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Iggy Confidential

The 'godfather of punk' Iggy Pop returns to 6 Music with the first of his shows in a new permanent slot. Expect more eclectic music choices from his personal record collection.

The 'godfather of punk' Iggy Pop returns to 6 Music with the first of his shows in his new permanent slot. Expect more eclectic and exciting music choices as he delves into his personal record collection, and gives insights behind his selections.

Tonight's tracklist ranges from The Ramones and Philip Glass to James Brown and Sleaford Mods.

2 hours

Last on

Fri 10 Apr 2015 19:00

Music Played

  • Sleaford Mods

    Donkey

    • Wipe Out Music.
  • Fat White Family

    Cream of The Young

    • Burger Records.
  • Royal Blood

    Figure it Out

    • Warner Music.
  • Steve Reich

    Music for 18 Musicians: Pulses (I)

    • Nonesuch.
  • Viet Cong

    Death

    • Jagjaguwar.
  • Joey Bada$$

    Big Dusty

    • Cinematic Music.
  • Miles Davis

    On the Corner (Unedited Master - Excerpt)

    • CBS.
  • Goat

    Goatchild

    • Sub Pop.
  • Gene Krupa

    Sing, Sing, Sing

    • Metro Records.
  • Protomartyr

    Free Supper

    • Urinal Cake Records.
  • Tinariwen

    Cler Achel

    • Independiente Ltd.
  • Metallica

    53rd and 3rd

    • Columbia.
  • Tame Impala

    Feels Like We Only Go Backwards

    • Modular Recordings.
  • Beck

    Morning

    • Fonograf Records.
  • Parquet Courts

    Sunbathing Animal

    • Beggars Banquet Records.
  • Savages

    I Am Here

    • Matador Records.
  • James Brown

    King Heroin

    • PolyGram Records.
  • Ex Hex

    Beast

    • Merge.
  • Jimmy Reed

    Bright Lights, Big City

    • GNP CRESCENDO RECORDS.
  • Girlpool

    Slutmouth

    • Wichita.
  • Swans

    Failure

    • Young God Records.
  • Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds

    We Real Cool

    • Bad Seed.
  • Philip Glass

    November 25th: The Last day (from the soundtrack to Mishima)

    • nonesuch.
  • John Coltrane

    The Night Has a Thousand Eyes

    • Atlantic Jazz.

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