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Playlist 29.02.08

  • Stuart Bailie
  • 3 Mar 08, 03:55 PM

Stuart Bailie.jpgIf you like old Billy Bragg, then the 2008 version will surely delight you. As far back as 'Levi Stubbs' Tears' you appreciated that he was into his soul music. His voice has become looser and deeper over time, resulting in a voice that can cajole and testify, big style. And on the Hammond organ he's got Ian McLagan, sometime member of the Small Faces and then the Faces. Together they are beautiful on 'Mr Love & Justice'.

So there was plenty of Bragg on the Friday show. plus a chance to hear myself in conversation with Ben Glover, author of the excellent 'The Week The Clocks Changed' album. Note to self: must listen more to that bijou Miracle Fortress record.

STUART BAILIE
BBC Radio Ulster, 92-95 FM, 1341 MW
Online: www.bbc.co.uk/radioulster
Fridays, ten – midnight


Manic Street Preachers- Motocycle Emptiness (Epic)
Vincent Vincent and The Villains – Blue Boy (EMI)
Billy Bragg – Sing Their Songs Back Home (Cooking Vinyl)
benglover2.jpgFrank Turner – Photosynthesis (Xtra Mile)
Duffy – Serious (A&M)
Kathleen Edwards – I Make the Dough, You Get The Glory (Rounder)
Miracle Fortress – Maybe Lately (Rough Trade)
Billy Bragg – I Keep Faith (Cooking Vinyl)
Ben Glover – No Direction Home (Mr Jones)
Ben Glover – Mercury Is Falling (Mr Jones)
Sambassadeur – Subtle Changes (Creeping Bent)
Willie Nelson – Louisiana (Lost Highway)

Billy Bragg – I Almost Killed You (Cooking Vinyl)
Kathleen Edwards – The Cheapest Key (Rounder)
Josh Ritter –Empty Hearts (V2)
Devotchka – The Clockwise Witness (Anti)
Duffy – Syrup And Honey (A&M)
Emily Loizeau – Autre Bout Du Monde (Fargo)
The Four Seasons – Rag Doll (Rhino)
Gary Louris – She Only Calls Me On Sundays (Ryko)
The Cave Singers –Elephant Clouds (Matador)
Bruce Springsteen – Atlantic City (CBS)
Two Gallants – Miss Men (Saddle Creek)
The Cinematic Orchestra – All That You Give (Ninja Tune)

Stu Bailie presents The Late show on Radio Ulster, every Friday from 10pm until midnight. See his playlist here.

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