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Playlist 28.03.08

  • Stuart Bailie
  • 30 Mar 08, 07:38 PM

Stuart Bailie.jpgI'm a major fan of the Soul Jazz label, who are still bashing out tasty compilations of Seventies reggae, New York post punk, Philadelphia soul and the soundtrack to a Brazilian cultural revolution.

neworleans.jpgTheir latest is a second volume of New Orleans Funk which was a perfect additive to my Friday night show.

The new REM album sounds good but rarely classic, but I'm liking the Scorsese soundtrack to the Rolling Stones film, 'Shine A Light' To hear Jagger and Jack White tackle 'Loving Cup' together is a rare pleasure. Also, I'll happily endorse Alexander Tucker, who is wondrously out of sych with everything.

PLAYLIST 28.03.08
BBC Radio Ulster, 92-95 FM, 1341 MW
Fridays, ten – midnight

Bonnie and Sheila – You Keep Me Hanging On (Soul Jazz)
REM – I’m Gonna DJ (Warner)
Mark Lanegan and Isobel Campbell - Come On Over (V2)
stones.jpgRolling Stones – Shine A Light (Rolling Stones)
Young Knives - Turn Tail (Warner)
The Charlatans – The Misbegotten (Cooking Vinyl)
The Coal Porters – Adam And Evil (Prima)
Tift Merritt – Tell Me Something True (Fantasy)
Lee Dorsey – Four Corners (Soul Jazz)
Martina Topley Bird - Poison (Independiente)
Oppenheimer – Look Up (Fantastic Plastic)
Nick Cave – Moonland (Mute)
REM – Mr Richards (Warner)
Hot Chip – The Pure Thought (EMI)

Dandy Livingstone – Message To You Rudy (Trojan)
Cyril Neville – Gossip (Soul Jazz)
The Shortwave Set – Yesterdays To Come (Wall Of Sound)
REM – Man Sized Wreath (Warner)
Vincent Vincent And The Villains – Killing Time (EMI)
John Hiatt – Have A Little Faith In Me (Capitol)
Ben Glover – Strong Enough For This (Mr Jones)
Carl Perkins – Matchbox (Sun)
Alexander Tucker – Phanton Rings (ATP)
Rolling Stones – Loving Cup (Rolling Stones)
The Ting Tings – That’s Not My Name (Columbia)
Tift Merritt – I Know What I’m Looking For Now (Fantasy)
Tom Waits – That Feel (Island)
The Clash – Bankrobber (CBS)

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

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