A primetime version of the popular lunchtime talk show 'Loose Women'. This series featured male co-hosts for the first time, with Kaye Adams joined by Ted Robbins in each episode.
Type: Talk Show
Runtime: 30 minutes
Loose @ 5.30 - Peter Gabriel (1978 album) - Netflix
Peter Gabriel is the second solo studio album by English singer-songwriter Peter Gabriel, released in 1978. The album is the second of four with the same eponymous title. Guitarist Robert Fripp served as producer, whose influence on the album is evident in the use of 'Frippertronics' on the track “Exposure”. The album did not sell as well as the first Peter Gabriel, but reached No. 10 on the UK charts. “Mother of Violence” was written by Peter and his first wife Jill Gabriel. This album is often referred to as Scratch, referring to the album cover by Hipgnosis. This album was originally intended as part of a loose trilogy with Robert Fripp's Exposure and Daryl Hall's Sacred Songs (all three albums were produced by Fripp).
Loose @ 5.30 - Track listing - Netflix
All songs written by Peter Gabriel, except where indicated. On original LP pressings of the album, the audio track of “White Shadow” (which was the last song on Side One) continued into the run-off groove, causing the track to play continuously until the tonearm was lifted from the record. Some editions of the cassette release had a different running order: “A Wonderful Day in a One-Way World” was track 11, “Home Sweet Home” was track 5, and “White Shadow” was track 4. The original B-side of the single “D.I.Y.” is a longer version of “Perspective” edited for the album and all subsequent releases.
Loose @ 5.30 - References - Netflix