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Playlist 08.02.08

Stuart Bailie | 11:08 UK time, Sunday, 10 February 2008

Stuart Bailie.jpgAnother sweet show on Friday night. I was joined for a couple of live tracks by Matt McGinn, who has a tune out at the moment called 'Double Bed' and who's finding his voice and his style with rewarding speed.

vampire.jpgThe Vampire Weekend album is a treasure of alternative fun with hints of world music, shown through a wonky prism. It was also great value to hear a Scottish act called The Galipaygos, who clearly admire Gram Parsons, the Band and Neil Young. That also applies to local artist Ben Glover, who releases his debut album in a weeks time, and you'll hear plenty of that next Friday.

PLAYLIST 08.02.08

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

Patti Smith – People Have The Power (Arista)
The Galipaygos – Happiness Starts Now (Unity)
Matt McGinn – Double Bed (live session)
Nick Lowe – I Love The Sound Of Breaking Glass (Proper)
Matt McGinn – Lately (live session)
Vampire Weekend – M79(XL)
Rev Gary Davis – If I Had My Way (Smithsonian)
Guillemots – Get Over It (Polydor)
Jaymay – Ill Willed Person (Heavenly)
Marvin Gaye – I Met A Little Girl (Motown)
Adam Green – Morning After Midnight (Rough Trade)
The Stooges – No Fun (Elektra)

Morrissey – First Of The Gang To Die (Attack)
The Galipaygos – Pickin Fishes (Unity)
Devon Sproule – Let’s Go Out (Tin Angel)
Martin Simpson – Never any Good (Topic)
Ben Glover – Mercury Is Falling (Mr Jones)
Junior Brown – What’s Left Just Won’t Go Right (Demon)
Adam Green – Festival Song (Rough Trade)
Kd Lang - Jealous Dog (Nonesuch)
Rivers Cuomo – Buddy Holly (Geffen)
Vampire Weekend – Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa (XL)
The Teardrop Explodes – Reward (Mercury)
The Cave Singers – Dancing On Our Graves (Matador)
The Verve – A Northern Soul (Hut)
Feist – My Moon My Man (Polydor)

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

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