Listen to David Bowie’s long lost 1974 album The Gouster — Consequence of Sound

Prior to his death, David Bowie prepared a number of posthumous releases for the coming years. Today bring one such release, a new box set dubbed Who Can I Be Now? (1974-1976), which includes an unreleased album called The Gouster. The Gouster was recorded amidst Bowie’s “plastic soul”-era in 1974, during which time he embraced elements of funk, R&B, and soul music.…

via Listen to David Bowie’s long lost 1974 album The Gouster — Consequence of Sound


Celebrating Autumn On A Friday Night!

On Friday 23rd September, we were celebrating Autumn which officially started that week..these were the great ideas sent into the Jukebox on Black Cat Radio!

Forever Autumn, Justin Hayward (3 requests)

Autumn Almanac, Kinks (3 requests)

Wake Me Up When September Ends, Green Day (4 requests)

Leaves That Are Green, Simon And Garfunkel

The Boys Of Summer, Don Henley

September, Earth Wind And Fire

Yellow, Coldplay

Walking In The Wind, One Direction

Baby It’s Cold Outside

Fresh, Koop And The Gang

Love Fool, Cardigans

Since September, Hunter And Bear

Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me

September In The Rain, Diana Washington

September Song, Jeff Lynn

Dark Was The Night, Blind Willie Johnson

Autumn Song

September Morn, Neil Diamond

California Dreaming,Mamas And Papas

November Rain, Guns And Roses

Firework, Katy Perry

Autumn In New York, Frank Sinatra

Autumn Leaves

Golden Brown, Stranglers

Thanks everyone!

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Sting remembers Prince and David Bowie on new song “50,000” — watch — Consequence of Sound

It’s been a troubling year for aging rock stars, who have seen the deaths of contemporaries such as David Bowie, Prince, Glenn Frey, and Lemmy and probably wondered at some point, “Am I next?” Sting appeared on Friday’s episode of Later… With Jools Holland to premiere his new song “50,000”, a song that ponders that…

via Sting remembers Prince and David Bowie on new song “50,000” — watch — Consequence of Sound

Mariah Carey’s ‘Emotions’: A Look Back at Twenty-Five — WCBS-FM 101.1

By Amanda Wicks On Saturday (September 17), Mariah Carey’s sophomore studio album Emotions turns twenty-five. Before the singer came to inhabit her persona and her persona became analogous with (and in some ways obscured) her music, Emotions found a burgeoning Carey showing the world what she was capable of. Here we take a look back…

via Mariah Carey’s ‘Emotions’: A Look Back at Twenty-Five — WCBS-FM 101.1


Enjoying Music On A Friday Night!

On Black Cat Radio’s Friday Jukebox broadcast on 16th September, we were reflecting in song “Music” as it had been in the headlines that week. Here are the tuneful ideas received…..

Thank You For The Music, Abba (2 requests)

Guitar Man, Elvis Presley

Song Song Blue,Neil Diamond

I Love Rock’n’Roll

Dance To The Music

Why My Guitar Gently Weeps (2 requests)

Words, Bee Gees

Just The Music

So Sad The Song

Don’t Stop The Music (2 requests)

I Love Music, O Jays

Silly Love Songs, Wings

Lost In Music, Sister Sledge

Mystery Song, Status Quo

Play That Funky Music

Music, John Miles (3 requests)

Don’t Stop The Rock

Rock n Roll Music, Beatles

Roll Over Beethoven

Money For Nothing

Piano Man

Video Killed The Radio Star

Music That Matters

Do Re Me…

Love Song Damned

Your Song, Elton John

Angel Song

Lemon Song

Turkish Song…

Swamp Music

I Can Hear Music, Beach Boys

Thanks everyone!

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