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Playlist, 25.01.08

Stuart Bailie | 21:16 UK time, Sunday, 27 January 2008

Stuart Bailie.jpgA big old mix of tunes last Friday. I'm enjoying the Lightspeed Champion album and the new Cat Power covers album, 'Jukebox'. Some shows are painful and even tense, but last week was entirely pleasant. You can listen back via the Radio Ulster website until next Saturday.

Sam Cooke – Shake (RCA)
Clarence Frogman Henry – Standing In The Need Of Love (Chess)
lightspeed.jpgLightspeed Champion – Everyone I Know Is Listening To Crunk (Domino)
Adele – Best For Last (XL)
Vashti Bunyan – Some Things Just Stick In Your Mind (Fatcat)
Kate Bush – Why Should I Love you (EMI)
Foy Vance – Homebird (Wurdamouth)
Cat Power – Silver Stallion (Matador)
Kris Kristofferson – The Junkie and the Juicehead (Columbia)
Jaymay – Gray Or Blue (Heavenly)
Gary Lightbody, Lisa Hannigan – Some Surprise (Oxfam)
Amiina – Rugla (Ever)
Adele – Make You Feel My Love (XL)
The Infomatics – Wake Up (QNISS)

Simon And Garfunkel – Leaves That Are Green (CBS)
Duffy - Mercy (A&M)
Dr Feelgood – I Don’t Mind (Grand)
Ida Maria - Stella (RCA)
Matt McGinn –Double Bed (white)
Chris Bell – Look Up (Ryko)
Adele – Hometown Glory (XL)
Brian Eno – Needle In The Camel’s Eyes (Virgin)
Martina Topley Bird – Carnies (Independiente)
Ian Dury – What a Waste (Stiff)
Sons And Daughters – This Gift (Domino)
Creedence Clearwater Revival – Down On The Corner (Fantasy)
Prefuse 73 – The Class Of 73 Bells (Warp)

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

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