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Playlist 26.06.09

Stuart Bailie | 10:29 UK time, Saturday, 27 June 2009

Last night I got to talk cricket with Neil Hannon of the Divine Comedy and Thomas Walsh from Pugwash. Together they are the Duckworth Lewis Method and their concept album is literally a load of old flannel. White flannel, of course, which they plan to wear for their busking session at Lord's.


Also on the show, some live music from Junior Johnston and much chat from Paddy Glasgow about the Glasgowbury festival. In the second half, we were enthused by David, Katie And Philip from the Belfast Carnival. No point in playing any Michael Jackson songs. I didn't play him when he was alive and the media eulogies are so very tiresome. He was never a King to me....

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Fridays, ten - midnight

Playlist 26.06.09

Chris Farlowe - Just Look At Me (Immediate)
Mariarchi El Bronx - Cell Mates (Wichita)
Regina Spektor- Folding Chair (Sire)
Band Of Horses - Islands On Coast (Subpop)
Matthew Sweet, Susanne Hoffs - Willin (Shout Factory)
Junior Johnston - Ballad Of Glasgowbury (acoustic session)
Junior Johnston - Lonely Places (acoustic session)
Julie Feeney - My Roving Eye Guy (Mittens)
Tinariwen - Imidiwan Afrik Temdam (Independiente)
Jack Penate - Be The One (XL)
Manic Street Preachers - Peeled Apples (Weatherall remix) (Sony)

Geno Washngton - Understanding (Castle)
Regina Spektor - The Calculation (Sire)
Booker T And The MGs - Be Young Be Foolish Be Happy (Atco)
I Roy - Space Flight (Attack)
Kate And Anna McGarrigle - St James Hospital (Private)
Christina Courfin - Foreign Country (Nonesuch)
The Reindeer Section - You Are My Joy (Bright Star)
Throw Me The Statue - Hi Fi Goon (Secretly Canadian)
Interview with Neil Hannon and Thomas Walshe
The Duckworth And Lewis Method - The Age Of Revolution (1969)
The Duckworth And Lewis Method - The Flatten The Hay (1969)
The Duckworth And Lewis Method - The Jiggery Pokery (1969)
The Duckworth And Lewis Method - The The End Of The Over (1969)



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