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The Don's selections cross time, space and genre. This week his Crucial Vinyl is Lamb's self-titled debut, released in 1996.

The Don's selections cross time, space and genre. Each week, as well as blending his favourite new music with classics from the UK, USA, Jamaica, Africa and way beyond, Don highlights a piece of Crucial Vinyl - a cherished album from his own collection. This week it's Lamb's self-titled debut, released in 1996.

Don says, 'This brilliant debut by the English electronic duo from Manchester tapped into the whole Bristol trip hop thing, combining elements of drum 'n' bass, jazz,dub and breakbeats, but what really set it apart was the magnificently distinct vocal delivery of vocalist Lou Rhodes.'.

2 hours

Music Played

  • Definition of Sound

    Now Is Tomorrow

  • Arcade Fire

    Creature Comfort

  • Black Sabbath


  • Vibronics

    Give Me The Feelings (feat. Michael Prophet)

  • The xx


  • Smiley and The Underclass

    Truth and Rights

  • Penetration

    I Don't Mind

  • Prince Buster

    Whine and Grine

    • Island.
  • The Dandy Warhols

    Not If You Were The Last Junkie On Earth

    • Capitol.
  • Golden Teacher

    Sauchiehall Withdrawal

  • The Roots

    The Seed

  • Dub Syndicate

    Roots Commandment

  • Iglooghost

    Peanut Choker

  • DEVO

    (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction

  • Four Tet

    SW9 9SL

  • Little Roy

    Very Ape

  • The Walker Brothers

    The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore

  • Ultramarine


  • Broen

    You (Detective)

  • Mystic Eyes

    Perilous Times

  • Idjut Boys

    One For Kenny

  • Local Natives


  • Lamb


  • Lamb


  • Lamb


  • The Tamlins


    • Single.
    • Taxi.
  • Jordan Rakei


  • Neville Staple

    Roadblock (Slam Door Dub Mix by Ed Rome)

    • The Return Of Judge Roughneck.
    • Cleopatra Records.
    • 15.
  • Ibeyi

    Deathless (feat. Kamasi Washington)