Call this the Meteorological Midweek Mix
One of the readers has been having a moan about things meteorological.
Quite right, too. No point in shaving your legs, putting on nail polish and investing in expensive diaphanous kit if the sun won't come out to play.
So if there's anyone else out there feeling somewhat deprived in the lux department, here are a few ditties to cheer you up
My Friend The Sun - Family from Bandstand
Burn the sun - Ruined By Martin from Burn the sun
Don't Eat The Yellow Snow - Frank Zappa from Strictly Commercial
Electrical Storm - U2 from The Best of 1991-2000
Everybody's Missin' The Sun - Grin from The Very Best Of Grin Featuring Nils Lofgren
Fairweather Friend - Graham Brazier from East Of Eden
Fallen leaves - Teenage Fanclub from Man made
Flood - The Feelers from Communicate
High Country Weather - Jordan Reyne from Baxter
Ice - Daniel Lanois from Acadie
Lost in the flood - Bruce Springsteen from Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J.
Rain - The Beatles from 45s
Rainstorm - Bonnie Raitt from Takin my time
Six Feet Of Snow - Little Feat from Hotcakes & Outtakes
Slippin' And Slidin' - Little Richard from John Lennon's Jukebox
Snowing In Boston - Paved Country from Chemically Unable To Panic
Solar Energy - Fred Dagg from Fred Dagg Anthology
Stormy Monday - Chris Farlowe from Hungary For The Blues
The Wind Changed - Able Tasmans from Store In A Cool Place
Under The Weather - KT Tunstall from Eye To The Telescope
Weather With You - Tim Finn, Bic Runga & Dave Dobbyn from Together In Concert: Live
Wet Sand - Red Hot Chili Peppers from Stadium Arcadium: Jupiter
I was tempted to slip "Hail, hail Rock'n'roll" in, but that might have been pushing it...