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Playlist 23.01.12

Stuart Bailie | 14:01 UK time, Tuesday, 24 January 2012

I'm very fond of the music of Eddie Hinton. He sang bruising soul tunes in the southern tradition and was intensely fond of Otis Redding. A lot of his recordings have that same pleading intensity and one of these, 'Everybody Need Love' was beautifully revived by the Drive By Truckers. He was also a session guitarist at the Muscle Shoals studio, playing with the legends during the greatest of times.
His recorded history is patchy, and according to some accounts, Eddie partied hard until his death at the age of 51. But the music won't go quietly and this programme's choice, 'Concept World', was one of the stand-outs from the 'Very Extremely Dangerous' debut. The horn section soars, the whistling is perfect and Mr Hinton gives it unquenchable feeling.

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Etta James - Good Rocking Daddy (Ace)
Spector - Chevvy Thunder (Fiction)
David C. Clements - No Sleeping (white)
Eddie Hinton - Concept World (Shout)
Howler - Back To The Grave (Rough Trade)
The Maccabees - Ayla (Fiction)
General Fiasco - Don't You Ever (Dirty Hits)
Beth Jeans Houghton - Sweet Tooth Bird (Mute)
Billie Holiday - More Than You Know (Union Square)
Real Estate - Easy (Domino)
Matrimony - Obey Your Guns (white)
Maccabees - Go (Fiction)
Howler - Wailing (Rough Trade)
Bruce Springsteen - We Take Care Of Our Own (Sony)
Mel And Tim - May Not Be What You Want (Stax)
Fanfarlo - Shiny Things (Atlantic)
Jeb Loy Nichols - Hard Times (Decca)
Leonard Cohen - Crazy To Love You (Columbia)
Ernest Tubb - Pick Me Up On Your Way Down (Righteous)
Lambchop - Gone tomorrow (City Slang)
The Triffids - Save What You Can (Domino)
Porcelain Raft - Unless You Speak From Your Heart (Secretly Canadian)
Wilco - Capitol City (dBpm)
Leonard Cohen - Come Healing (Columbia)
Bap Kennedy - Shimnavale (white)
Perfume Genius - Hood (Turnstile)
James Walborne - Gypsy Gate (Heavenly)


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