Saturday, July 11, 2015

Rockcast Saturday.07.11.15a; GYPSY SONGS; Uriah Heep, Dio, War,Craig Chaquico, Moody Bluus, J J Cale, Jimi Hendrix, Wo Fat, Warlocks, Lou Christy, Dave Stewart, Xenophobia, Van Morrison, Fleetwood Mac, April Wine, L A Guns, Shakira, Blues Experience, Brian Hyland, Anarbor, Jonathan Tyler and The Northern Lights, Cinderella


1. Uriah Heep - Gypsy
2. Dio - Gypsy
3. War - Gypsy Man
4. Craig Chaquico - Gypsy Nights
5. Moody Blues - Gypsy
6. J J Cale - I'm A Gypsy Man
7. Jimi Hendrix - Gypsy Eyes
8. Wo Fat - Gypsy Eyes
9. Warlocks - Gypsy Nightmare
10. Lou Christy - The Gypsy Cried
11. Dave Stewart - The Gypsy Girl And Me
12. Xenophobia - The Gypsy King
13. Van Morrison - Gypsy Queen
14. Fleetwood Mac - Gypsy
15. Lynyrd Skynyrd - Roll Gypsy Roll
16. April Wine - Sign Of The Gypsy Queen
17. L A Guns - Electro Gypsy
18. Shakira - Gypsy
19. Blues Experience - Gypsy Woman
20. Brian Hyland - Gypsy Woman
21. Anarbor - Gypsy Woman
22. Jonathan Tyler and The Northern Lights - Gypsy Woman
23. Cinderella - Gypsy Road


Blisterstix said...

Big Al,
Another masterful job! Thank you for the entertainment for the road. I had a busload rockin'. Also like Dino, I aint no robot! ;-)

Anonymous said...

Dear Big AL,

that was a cool set, the intro Gypsies, Tramps And Thieves is a guilty pleasure of mine and will always be. Hey a song with a line like "and papa would have shot him if he knew what he'd done" So cool. What do you get today? "Existence amounts to naught but female dogs and surplus currency" Hm, I kinda miss the old times. And it's so straight from the heart when a millionairess honestly tells you about the troubles of life. Anyway, like in Half Breed she absolutely nailed the melodrama part. Nobody did it better. Ok, Dusty Springfield, agreed, but anybody else?

And Brian Hiland - Gypsy Woman, aaah, another one. His Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini, some sort of early rapping. Try to say it three times fast. By the way, you got me into Rap again. That Cowboy Mouth - Tell The Girl Ur Sorry is simply great. The "oowee" at the start is infectious. And no, I'm not too old for this shit.

Talking about fun, Rockcast Christmas is a tradition and think I have a song for you that you could play either in the naughty or in the nice set. I didn't really listen when I heared it first. Steamhammer Boogie worked ever since invented, way before ZZ Top. And everybody tries to link a song to that holiday as a cash machine. But I was wrong and right at the same time. Foolproof music, yes, but the lyrics are really something. Naughty and nice at the same time. David Gogo - Let's Get A Real Tree. Tofu turkey, mushroom gravy, hemp suit... hehe.

Keep on rockin the remains of the free world


Unknown said...

Hahaha :-) Dino is funny :-) <3