In a desperate bid for relevance and topicality I had to put some Kate Bush in here. I’ve never thought of her as a particularly emotional artist – I love her, obviously, but a lot of her stuff evokes moods rather than feelings. This is one of the exceptions: the final track on The Red Shoes, possibly my favourite KB album and somewhat overlooked, I sometimes think. She sings very directly about the aftermath of a failed relationship: moving her stuff out, having sex with ‘very good looking’ replacements, making a fresh start and so on. There’s just one problem: you’re the only one I want. It starts quietly enough, but by the end she’s wailing and shrieking like a woman on her fourth large gin. The fact that Gary Brooker plays his Hammond organ throughout, and Jeff Beck does the big guitar parts, was always going to make this a winner for listeners of my vintage, but it’s all about Kate’s big emotional meltdown which I find far more interesting than misty wiffly stuff about women drowning or whatever.