Goodmorning everybody! :)
Last night we had one more of our shows on JustIn Case Radio, as usual.
Again enough people were with us through the 2 hours of the show, and it seemed that they enjoy it very much. This time the conversations on the chatbox were more serious, and we didn't have so much fun like other times, but it was nice for a change. In these 2 hours we played 20 songs in total, covering a wide variety of musical styles. That means we played songs from 1969 up to present, and from Folk-Rock up to Prog-Metal. We usually like to play many different styles so no one will be bored. Everybody will find some songs that they will like or adore in these 2 hours.
And as for last night's Top-5 songs that were graded by our audience, here is the list:
1. Fairport Convention: Crazy Man Michael
2. Van Der Graaf Generator: Refugees
3. Queen: Death on two Legs/Lazing on a Sunday Afternoon
4. King Crimson: In the Wake of Poseidon
5. It's a Beautiful Day: Girl with no Eyes
From these 5 songs the first 4 had an average of 8.5 points or more, which means that are going to be in the list with the songs that will be on the final stage in order to claim the title as "Song of the Month". But we still have a couple of shows until the end of the moth, so many more songs will be added on that list.
And here you can see the whole playlist from last night's show:
Rhapsody (Of Fire): March of the Swordmaster / Nightwish: Over the Hills & Far Away / Triddana: Gone with the River / Circus Maximus: Glory of the Empire / Queen: Death on two legs - Lazing on a Sunday Afternoon / Mystery: Behind the Veil of Winter's Face / Marillion: Emerald Lies / Peter Gabriel: Here Comes the Flood / Carol of Harvest: Somewhere at the End of the Rainbow / Amarok: Fieldmour I / Echo: The Illusion / It's a Beautiful Day: Girl with no Eyes / Curved Air: The Dancer / Fairport Convention: Crazy Man Michael / The Incredible String Band: Red Hair / Big Big Train: Hedgerow / Roxy Music: Just like you / Supertramp: A Soapbox Opera / Van Der Graaf Generator: Refugees / King Crimson: In the Wake of Poseidon.
I want to thank all of you that were with us last night, and helped us put on a nice show.
See you on next Sunday! :)