Last Thursday 3rd of January

January 10, 2008 at 12:56 pm (Uncategorized)

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Last Thursday was the first show of the new year.  It was eerily quiet in town as I made my way to the studio, and it had been snowing earlier that day.  So I played through some more of my favourite tracks of last year, and the first few tracks of the show were decidedly darker than usual.  It suited the mood of the night.

Here is the playlist:

The Jimmy CakeThe Art of Wrecking from Sceptre & Crown (to be released in 2008)

Gavin Glass & The Holy ShakersRagdoll (featuring Cathy Davey) from Gavin Glass & The Holy Shakers

Stagger LeeMisery River B-side from the single Bad Shoes

The ThingsThe End from Wild Psychotic Sounds EP 

Jape vs Delorentos – Jape remix of Stop! from Delorentos’ album In Love With Detail

Captain Moonlight – The Plan from Agroculture

Messiah J & The ExpertSomething Outta Nothing from the album Now This I Have To Hear

Adele – the single Hometown Glory

Super Extra Bonus PartyPropellor from the album Super Extra Bonus Party 

Adrian CrowleyWalk on Part from Long Distance Swimmer

Now…here it is.  Apologies for the delay!


The Indie Hour Thursday 3rd of January 2008

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  1. Paul said,

    Spectre not Sceptre!
    I think that’s going to happen a lot!
    Nice to know it’s out in the world.

  2. aoifemc said,

    Ooops!! Completely different things altogether 🙂
    Sceptre – a ceremonial or emblematic staff
    Spectre – a ghostly appearing figure; “we were unprepared for the apparition that confronted us”.
    Apologies Paul!

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