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Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Old records and a few pints = THIS




Link: Listen on Mixcloud
Link: (download tbc)

Created & released: December 2011

Tracklisting: 

Family - Winter
Crazy Elephant - Pam
The Jaggerz - The Rapper
John Barry - Rodeo
Rachel Sweet - B-A-B-Y
The Pathfinders - To Love Somebody
The Five Stairsteps & Cubie - Stay Close To Me
Lulu - The Boat That I Row
David Bowie & The Lower Third - Can't Help Thinking About Me
Cat Stevens - Bitterblue
The Flamin' Groovies - Feel A Whole Lot Better
The Everly Brothers - Love Is Strange
The Open Mind - Cast A Spell
Chicago - 26 Or 6 To 4
The Greatest Little Soul Band In The Land - Something For My People
Etta James - Tell Mama
The Bar Kays - Knucklehead
Phil Upchurch - The Way I Feel
The Shadows Of Knight - Shake
Kasenetz-Katz Singing Orchestral Circus - Quick Joey Small
Ohio Express - Try It
The Monkees - I'm Not Your Stepping Stone
Jacques Dutronc - La Fille Du Père Noël
Os Mutrantes - A Minha Menina
The Dakotas - The Cruel Sea
Y Niwl - Tri
Jerry Keller - Here Comes Summer


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I just realised, I neglected to post this on here, even though it's been on the internet for a couple of weeks.  So I'll rectify that.  This me and a friend, playing records on record players, fuelled by Guinness and a desire to see what was going to come next.  There's no tricky mixing, no uber-raers, no scratching (well, not that kind of scratching, anyway) or any of that shite.  Just an hour and a bit of really brilliant music, with each record getting played because it felt like it was the right record to play.  There's all sorts in here, although it's got quite a bit of a '60s slant with a fair smattering of soul and a good dollop of Buddah bubblegum.  If that sounds like your 'bag', you might like to listen.  Well, that's the hope.

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