Manu Dibango - Weya (from Africafunk, Harmless 1999)
Great dirty-sounding 70s funk.
Kate Bush - Hounds of Love (from Hounds of Love, EMI 1985)
Great song with peculiar lyrics.
Crucifyre - Kiss the Goat (from Kiss the Goat demo 2010)
Perfect old fashioned Satanic death metal; fun.
Cyndi Lauper - Money Changes Everything (from She's So Unusual, Portrait 1983)
Arguably the best song from her best album.
David Bowie - Soul Love (from Ziggy Stardust, RCA 1972)
Makes his current work seem as 'okay' as it really is.
Donovan - Catch the Wind (single, Pye 1965)
Lovely. Eartha Kitt did a nice version too, but it sounds creepier.
Fen - Spectre (from Dustwalker, Candlelight Records 2013)
Great mellow song from excellent post-black metal album
James Taylor - Carolina in my Mind (from Sweet Baby James, Warner Bros 1970)
Wistful and lovely, even if (like me) you have no intention of going to Carolina
John Cale - Hanky Panky Nohow (from Paris 1919, Reprise 1973)
Another wistful song, but with a silly title
Orange Juice - I Guess I'm Just a Little Too Sensitive (from The Orange Juice, Polydor 1984)
Slinky, soulful and generally as great as its title suggests!
Morrissey - I'm Throwing My Arms Around Paris (from Years of Refusal 2009)
A lesser Morrissey single, but still great.
Eno - I'll Come Running (from Another Green World, Island 1975)
The perfect marriage of pop-Eno and ambient-Eno.
Miles Davis - Stuff (from Miles in the Sky, Columbia, 1968)
Bleak and beautiful
Pilot - January (from Second Flight, EMI 1975)
Appropriate and nice.
Rotting Christ - Cine iubeşte şi lasă (from ΚΑΤΑ ΤΟΝ ΔΕΜΟΝΑ Ε ΑΥΤΟΥ, Century Media 2013)
A beautiful interlude featuring early Greek music specialists Eleni and Souzana Vougioukli.
The Sadistic Mika Band; Style Is Changing (from Hot Menu, EMI 1975)
Strange bendy glam
Sabbat - Advent of Insanity (from Dreamweaver, Noise 1989)
The best produced and 'nicest' song on the classic album...