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MEMORY TAPES: 3RD SEPTEMBER 2010

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Jon Teamlaverne Jon Teamlaverne | 16:27 UK time, Thursday, 2 September 2010

This week's Memory Tapes has been promised for a while. Writer and director Graham Linehan was a guest on the show a while back, and during his visit he promised us a Memory Tape. And Whaddaya know, it arrived this week.

 

Here's the tracks:

 

Alan Ladd - Baby Bird (beautiful song on a 'Volume' compilation, can't find it now)

The International Narcotics Traffic - McCarthy (one of my all-time favourite bands)

My Kind of Soldier - Guided By Voices (not one of the songs people go on about, but one of their best)

Dylan - Throwing Muses (from The Real Ramona)

Follow You Follow Me - Genesis

Ghost of His Smile - Sparklehorse

Party Crashin' - Evangelicals

Please Please Please Let me Get What I want - The Smiths (one of the rare occasions that Morrissey seems to be singing the same song that Johnny Marr is playing)

The Number - Woods

Cattle and Cane - The Go-Betweens

Peekaboo - Swallow

You Will Be Loved Again - Mary Margaret OHara (one album, an all-time classic)

Winona - Drop Nineteens

3rd Time We Opened The Capsule - Kitchens of Distinction

Ordinary Song -The Little Ones

Elephant Gun - Beirut

Horsin' Around - Prefab Sprout

Goodbye Lucille #1 - Prefab Sprout

In Paradisum - Faure

 

Tune in to Friday's show to hear Lauren chatting with Graham and five of the listed tracks.

 

Would you like to send Lauren your Memory Tape? Do it!

 

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