The 5 O’clock Shadow: Thursday October 22, 2020

This quintessential English art rock band turned a 1960’s psychedelic gem into a top 50 hit on the Billboard dance charts in 1980. It’s smooth, accessible and danceable no matter how high you fly or where you touch down.

The original version of this song is thought to be the first bonafide psychedelic rock song of the counter culture era. It was even banned from many U.S. radio stations because of its perceived drug connotations. Band members denied this saying the record was about a flight to London and their 1965 English tour.