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Iggy Confidential

Iggy Pop plays eclectic and exciting music choices, spinning tracks from the likes of Arca, Keith Richards, Sarah Vaughan and Steve Reich.

Iggy Pop continues to serve up a sonic cocktail to kick the weekend off.

This week he's spinning tracks by the likes of Arca, Keith Richards, Sarah Vaughan and Steve Reich.

Iggy's musical legacy has inspired and energised rock and roll's alternative spirit since the late Sixties and his stage antics have marked him as a truly iconic frontman.

2 hours

Last on

Fri 22 Apr 2016 19:00

Music Played

  • JĀ³nsemble & Brett Richardson

    Jim, Jimi, and James (by Gabriel Lubell)

  • Bloc Party

    Ratchet

    • French Kiss/Co-Operative Music.
  • John Coltrane

    A Love Supreme: Part I - Acknowledgement

  • Skinny Fabulous

    BTW (Behaving the Worst)

  • Arca

    Mutant

  • John Luther Adams

    Ascension

  • Lionel Loueke

    Nonvignon

  • Lafayette Afro-Rock Band

    Hihache

  • Peter Evans Quartet

    Bodies and Souls

  • Scott Fagan

    Crying

  • Ty Segall Band

    The Tongue

  • Keith Richards

    Robbed Blind

  • Frank Sinatra

    Goodbye

  • Demo Delgado

    Live and Learn

  • John Coltrane

    A Love Supreme: Part II - Resolution

  • James Brown

    Ain't It Funky Now

  • Benny Goodman and His Orchestra

    Sing, Sing, Sing

    • The Essential Benny Goodman.
  • Steve Reich, Art Murphy, Philip Glass & Steve Chambers

    Four Organs

  • The Isley Brothers

    Summer Breeze

    • Polygram TV.
  • The Flamingos

    I Only Have Eyes For You

    • All Time Classic Rock 'n' Roll Tearje.
    • Warner Strategic Marketi.
  • Bob B. Soxx and The Blue Jeans

    Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah

    • Wall Of Sound.
    • Legacy.
    • 8.
  • Ohio Players

    Heaven Must Be Like This

  • Pete Drake

    Are You Sincere?

  • Sarah Vaughan & Clifford Brown

    Lover Man

  • D.R.I.

    Draft Me (Live at CBGB's 1984)

  • Jerry Lee Lewis

    High School Confidential (Live at the Star Club, Hamburg 1964)

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