Boogie Blessed - Breakestra
Pippy Pip - The Black Seeds
When The Time Is Right - I See Angels
3 Days Rain - Gaoler's Daughter
Juneteenth - The Ten Thousand
I Couldn't Say It To Your Face - Arthur Russell
Milk & Honey - The Wax Collection
Doing Me Wrong - Orgone
Wake Up! - Extra Love
Lake Of The Moon - Hot Vestry
You Asked For The Moon And You Got It - Suzuki Method
I Disappear - Buzz Kull
Love Issue - The Rebirth
He's Gonna Step On You Again (LP Version) - John Kongos
Rainbow - Mahalo
The Scream Before the Silence - The Ventriloquists
Black Hole - Shawn Lee
Hospital Song - Francolin
You Played Your Part, Singer! - Sebastian Dangerfield
Things I Wish I'd Said - The Chameleons
Its Only Real - Secret of Life
Inniskeen Road: July Evening
by Patrick Kavanagh
The bicycles go by in twos and threes -
There's a dance in Billy Brennan's barn to-night,
And there's the half-talk code of mysteries
And the wink-and-elbow language of delight.
Half-past eight and there is not a spot
Upon a mile of road, no shadow thrown
That might turn out a man or woman, not
A footfall tapping secrecies of stone.
I have what every poet hates in spite
Of all the solemn talk of contemplation.
Oh, Alexander Selkirk knew the plight
Of being king and government and nation.
A road, a mile of kingdom, I am king
Of banks and stones and every blooming thing.