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United Kingdom United Kingdom. DJ since Sep 29, 2008

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jobsworth All Your Love. John Mayall with Eric Clapton. Liverpool, 2003
jobsworth ....completing the circle of the week with Steely Dan. Black Friday.
jobsworth On to Thursday. The completely underrated Thursday's Child. David Bowie in classic wistful form.
jobsworth And so it's on to Wednesday. I can hear the soft breathing of the girl that I love. Simon and Garfunkel. Wednesday Morning 3AM.

Simon & Garfunkel- Wednesday Morning 3 AM

jobsworth And so it's on to Tuesday. The Rolling Stones. Ruby Tuesday.

Rolling Stones-Ruby Tuesday

jobsworth And so it's on to Monday. The Allmans. Eric Clapton. Stormy Monday.
jobsworth So that was Saturday. Next up, Sunday. The Doobie Brothers. Another Park Another Sunday. From the brilliant What Were Once Vices album.
jobsworth Starting this evening off with Chicago. Saturday In The Park. From their fabulous Chicago V album. Worth it for the bass lines alone.
jobsworth Closing tonight's session with the incomparable Janis Joplin. Move Over. A rare talent.
jobsworth Track 9. Another version of my all-time Number 1 favourite song in any genre. Suite: Judy Blue Eyes. Crosby, Stills and Nash. All acoustic. Superb.
jobsworth Track 8. Mellowing out a bit now, only two more tracks after this. Chicago. Saturday In The Park.
jobsworth Track 7. One of my all-time favourite Doobies tracks. China Grove.
jobsworth Oops. Forgot track 3. Another bite at a piece of Help>Slip>Franks. Just Franks this time. Grateful Dead. Franklin's Tower.
jobsworth Track 6. Probably my favourite start-slow-then-gently-go-frenetic track. Rare Earth. Get Ready. Be patient and then be astounded.


jobsworth Track 5. Classic, immense version of Love Like A Man. Ten Years After in fine fettle, Alvin Lee doing only what Alvin Lee can.
jobsworth Track 4. An absolutely stupendous version of Dylan's Like A Rolling Stone. Performed by the One And Only. Yup, it's Jimi Hendrix.
jobsworth Moving on to Elvis in "comeback kid" mode. Here he is with Suspicious Minds, his 17th and last US No 1.
jobsworth Starting tonight's set with a bearded Jim Morrison leading the Doors through the Delta Blues classic Crawling King Snake, a John Lee Hooker favourite

The Doors Crawling King Snake

jobsworth Jim Morrison. One of a handful of people I would love to have met and had a conversation. Moths to flames.
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