Remember you're a Woble

Couldn't believe my luck at the mis-spelling on this recently acquired 7" sleeve. Gold.

Head here to hear my characteristically massive Glam Radio show. I didn't set out to make out a two and half hour show, honest guv, it just turned out like that. Though, given the gigantic size of Reynolds' magnum opus, it is somewhat fitting.

Love Inc - Hot Love (Mike Mix)
T Rex - Hot Love
Eddie Cochrane - Summertime Blues
John Lennon - Cold Turkey
Norman Greenbaum - Spirit in The Sky
Alice Cooper - Caught In A Dream
Todd Rungdren - Wolfman Jack
Jobriath - Blow Away
Halfnelson - Wonder Girl
New York Dolls - Looking For A Kiss
Elliot Murphy - Last of the Rock Stars
Suzi Quatro - Devil Gate Drive
Sweet - Ballroom Blitz
Anthony Newley - Moogies Bloogies
David Bowie - Dodo
Mott The Hoople - Sucker
David Essex - Rock On
Roy Wood - Rock Medley (Rockin' Shoes/She's Too Good For Me/Locomotive)
The Sensational Alex Harvey Band - Faith Healer
Cockney Rebel - My Only Vice
Roxy Music - Sultanesque
The Damned - Morning Bird
Paul Ryan - Natural Gas
Jimmy Jukebox (aka Kim Fowley) - Motorboat
Iron Virgin - Rebels Rule
Shakane - Love Machine
Sailor - Glass of Champagne
Gary Glitter - Rock'n'Roll Part 2
Kanye West - Black Skinhead
The Young Gods - Did you Miss Me
The Wombles - Remember You're A Womble
T Rex - Metal Guru


1) The Arena Eddie Cochrane Documentary from 1982 which features an excerpt of Chris Petit's "Rock On" (thanks Carl). The Beatles also owe a debt to Cochrane as it was Paul McCartney's ability to play "20 Flight Rock" that secured him a place in the band.

2) Todd Rundgren on the rear sleeve of "Something/Anything?"

3) A sentence I started but didn't finish: I have sections in my collection for US 1960s and UK 1960s, but Seventies Rock is a single "transatlantic" section. In case you were interested ;-)