One of Roy’s most beautiful love songs. Still haunts me fifty years on! One of his best songs ever!!
The opening track off the brilliant album Flat Baroque And Berserk. A track to make you think.
Another one from Folkjokeopus (his third album released in 1969). This is one of his humorous ones.
Another track off the Come Out Fighting Ghenghis Smith 1967 album. A grounbreaking track concerning his childhood and expectations.
Another track off his second album – a love song to Mocy.
Another track from Roy’s second album Come Out Fighting Ghenghis Smith.
A interesting look at Women’s Rights.
Well that Rock ‘n’ Roll trio could certainly rock. They were brilliant Rockabilly. Then he went and spoilt it by becoming a Teen Idol and producing crap pop songs.
I’m going to be playing the real stuff:
Another one from Roy’s second album. A whimsical look at the fires of a setting sun. A vehicle for reflection.
I thought i’d delve back into the fitting, to the dawn of Rock ‘n’ Roll and look at a bit of crossover from the R&B giant Ray Charles. He always cheers me up!
A song that summarises the dilemma of the young bohemian busking on the London streets. A fabulous track off the album Come Out Fighting Ghenghis Smith.