Top singles from the past…

7 July 2020

Band: Kasabian – (Leicester, UK)
Active: since 1997
Single: Goodbye Kiss
Third single from their fourth LP
B-side: Narcotic Farm
Released: 20 February 2012
Album: Velociraptor! – fourth album

Turning slowly, looking back, see
No words, can save this, you’re broken and I’m pissed
Run along like I’m supposed to, be the man I ought to
Rock and Roll, sent us insane, I hope someday that we will meet again

Goodbye Tom

Out of the blue frontman Tom Meighan announced that he leaves the group.
Damn! One of the best live bands I ever witnessed. Here’s why…

KASABIAN: Facebook

(photo: Turn Up The Volume! Utrecht, The Netherlands – 2015)

I just read the news about Meighan that he pleaded guilty to assaulting
his former fiancee Vikki Ager while smelling heavily of intoxicants,
which of course is bloody malicious! No excuses for attacking women!

Catchy As Hell – Debut Single ‘FINETIME’ By CAST Released 25 Years Ago Today

Top singles from the past…

3 July 2020

Band: Cast – group formed in Liverpool in 1992 by
singer/guitarist John Power after leaving the near-
legendary The La’s – the band is still going strong
Single:  Finetime – debut single
B-sidesBetter Man and Satellites
Released: 3 July 1995 – 25 years ago today –
Powers performed the song for the first time
acoustically at a Liverpool festival while
still being with The La’s
Score: the single reached #17 in the UK
Album: All Change  – the band’s debut LP
turning 25 on 16 October – stream it here 

Original clip…

Rhapsodic live version at Glastonbury 1999

CAST: Facebook – Instagram – Discography

‘Song To The Siren’ by TIM BUCKLEY Who Passed Away 45 Years Ago Today

Top singles from the past…

29 June 2020

Artist: Tim Buckley
Track: Song To The Siren
Written by: Tim Buckley and his writing partner Larry Beckett
Released: 1970
Covers: by Pat Boone This Mortail Coil and Robert Plant among others
Album: Starsailor – his sixth LP released in 1970 – 50 years ago

Spine-chilling live version…

Studio version…

Tim Buckley passed away this day 45 years ago,
on 29 June 1975 from a heroin overdose, he was only 28