The Wheel of Your Tune

The Wheel of Your Tune works like this; I metaphorically turn my spinning top to reveal a random letter and number.  The letter relates to an artist or the name of an album in my collection and the number relates to the track by that artist or on that album.  This week’s spin landed on H5.

My H5 track is Herbie Hancock – Black Gravity from his Future 2 Future album.

 

What’s your H5 track?

 

28 thoughts on “The Wheel of Your Tune

  1. Looking at my spreadsheet, the letter H offers up an embarrassment of riches. from Steve Hackett to Humble Pie, and all points between. An obvious choice might be Jimi Hendrix, another could be Hall and Oates, or maybe Richard Hawley. I could also pick some Hawkwind, Steve Hillage or even John Hopkins.

    However, I am going to pick something by Peter Hammill. The track I am choosing is the fifth one from his 1974 album The Silent Corner and the Empty Stage and it is called Red Shift.

  2. Since some of us are going to see her on June 1, here’s

    Peppers And Tomatoes by Maggie Holland

    the fifth track on her album Getting There. Written by Ralph McTell and very apposite (unfortunately) for these times in which we find ourselves.

  3. Beating the likes of Half Man Half Biscuit, Handsome Family, Hootie & The Blowfish, The Hold Steady et al (including the already mentioned Richard Hawley), I’m going for a double H.
    Track 5 on their debut LP People, here’s
    Hothouse Flowers – Hallelujah Jordan

  4. Honolulu Mountain Daffodils.
    Their second album, Tequila Dementia.
    Track Five, “Also Spracht Scott Thurston”.
    The voice saying his name after the “also spracht” is Iggy Pop’s. A thing of beauty, I reckon.

    LINKO!

  5. Just saw her live last month so I’ll go with Beth Hart. Track 5 of her 2015 album, Better Than Home, also the name of the song. (If it had been 3 there’s a top notch number called Bang Bang, Boom Boom, also a title track)

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