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Eugene McGuinness and John Foxx

3 hours
First broadcast:
Sunday 26 August 2012

Nemone wakes you up to your weekend with musical and cultural stimulation for your bank holiday weekend. There's another lie in tomorrow so this morning will be extra relaxed, with hand-picked tunes and snoozy features.

Singer songwriter and all round rock n roll champion Eugene McGuinness curates his Most Played playlist for you to wrap your ears round.

And John Foxx, early Ultravox member, electronica experimentalist, dance pioneer and graphic artist, also joins Nemone for a Record Exchange.

John has spent the last few decades creating music out of various beeps, bleeps and squelches - any music he can make out of the equipment he has acquired over the years.

With a Bestival slot and gigs coming up in September, he chats about his love of electronica and his new work as John Foxx and The Maths.

Music Played

37 items
  • Eugene McGuinness' MOST PLAYED (part 2)

    Eugene McGuinness' MOST PLAYED (part 2)

    Every weekend one of our favourite artists curates a mixtape of their ten Most Played tunes. This time around it was the turn of London-Ireland-Liverpool singer songwriter Eugene McGuinness. We played the first half today:
    The Rolling Stones - Gimme Shelter
    Van Morrison - Ballerina
    Bill Withers - Who Is He & What Is He To You?
    Neil Young - After The Goldrush
    David Bowie - Five Years
    Bob Dylan - Subterranean Homesick Blues
    Marvin Gaye - I Heard It Through The Grapevine
    The Beatles - If I Fell
    Primal Scream - Shoot Kill/Speed Light
    Chuck Berry - You Never Can Tell


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