Monday, March 21, 2011

A tune a day #18


"What ever happens in life and what it may bring, don't ever lose your dreams and your fantasy…" Kurt Hauenstein

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Every day is like Sunday


Here's what I played at the Vauxhall Griffin last Sunday. It was fun. Look at Dennis's face. Look how fun it was! I've done a Spotify playlist of about three hours of it too (I couldn't find about a third of it on there, soz), so you can have a listen, any day of the week. HERE IT IS.


The Garden of Jane Delawney – Trees
Never On Sunday – Manuel & The Music Of The Mountains
Little Things Mean A Lot – Kitty Kallen
Sleepy Shores – Johnny Pearson
Ocean Spray (Ellis Island Sound Remix) – Manic Street Preachers
Boy On Space – Douglas Wood
Seance on a Wet Afternoon – John Barry & His Orchestra
He, Wir Fahr'n Mit Dem Zug – Veronika Fischer
Looking For You – Nino Ferrer
Just A Little Lovin' – Dusty Springfield
Up the Ladder to the Roof – The Supremes
Hochzeitsnacht – Uschi Brüning
Funny How Time Slips Away – Reuben Howell
Dr. Who and the Daleks (Opening Titles) – Malcolm Lockyer
San Salvador Da Bahia – Chappell Recorded Music Library
Dau – Y Niwl
Soft Winds – Chappell Recorded Music Library
Some Velvet Morning – Nancy Sinatra And Lee Hazlewood
Angylion – Alun Tan Lan
I'm Going Out (The Same Way I Came In) – Kiki Dee
Let's Slip Away – Johnny Dankworth & Cleo Laine
Just for You – Cilla Black
Toxic Girl (Monte Carlo 1963 Version) – Kings Of Convenience
Hormones – Tracey Thorn
Sunny Honey – Uschi Moser
Dulux Super 3 – Mike Sammes & The Mike Sammes Singers
The Family Way VII – Paul McCartney
International – Mary Hopkin
You Make No Bones – Alfie
Carnival [Puck Version] – The Cardigans
It Will Not Be Forgotten – The Pierces
Love At First Sight – Gist
Me and Bobby McGee – Kris Kristofferson
A Design For Life – Gruff Rhys
Why Don't You Take Me – One Dove
Door To The River – Manic Street Preachers
Girl On Death Row – Lee Hazlewood & Duane Eddy Orchestra
Erica America – Saint Etienne
Fugue for Thought – Bill McGuffie
Caribbean Honeymoon – Frank Weir & His Orchestra
You've Got To Be A Hustler If You Wat To Get On – Sue Wilkinson
Suitcase [Original Version] – Badfinger
Chardonnay – Cerys Matthews
River Song – Dennis Wilson
By the Sea – Laetitia Sadier
Robin's Nest – Denim
Fish Man – Ian Menzies
Roll Along – Roddy Woomble
Mexican Flyer – The Ken Woodman Sound
Y Creadur – Gruff Rhys
Let England Shake – PJ Harvey
Jackie Collins Existential Question Time – Saint Etienne
Silver Lady – David Soul
Our Lips Are Sealed – Nouvelle Vague & Terry Hall
The Loving Kind – Absent Elk
I'm On Fire – Chromatics
Je M'Appelle Geraldine (Mid-Tempo) – Jean-Claude Vannier
Kinky Love – Nancy Sinatra
Fallin' In Love – The Beach Boys
I Want More – Can
Look What I Got – Gerri Thomas
Satisfaction – Bubblerock
Golden Cage – The Whitest Boy Alive
The Witch Queen of New Orleans – Tom Jones & Johnnie Spence
Time To Wander – John Kerruish
Astral Cowboy – Curt Boettcher
Mesmerise – Chapterhouse
La, La, La – Massiel
Mo' Pop – Dot Allison
Baby, It’s You – Dolly Mixture
Lay This Burden Down – Mary Love
(Oh No! Not) The Beast Day – Marsha Hunt
House Of The Rising Funk – Afrique
The Great Houdini – Meic Stevens
If You're Lookin' for a Way Out – Odyssey
KILLER RAVE DRUGS – Blood Everywhere
Higher Than The Sun – Primal Scream
The Last Time – The Andrew Oldham Orchestra
E.V.A. (Original version) – Jean-Jacques Perry
Un Soir, Un Chien – Laetitia Sadier
Baby Blue – Dusty Springfield
Baby Let Me Kiss You – Fern Kinney
Let's Spend the Night Together – Charo & The Salsoul Orchestra
I Need Your Love – Dennis Parker
Tales Of The Unexpected (Disco Version) – Ron Grainer
Crawfisch (Pilooski Edit) – Elvis Presley
Higher Than the Stars (Saint Etienne Visits Lord Spank Mix) – The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

The Sunday Supplement

The Sunday Supplement
This Sunday, come down to the Vauxhall Griffin for a browse through the Sunday papers (save me a copy of Fabulous), a Bloody Mary and a delicious roast dinner.
Food is served from 1.30pm until sometime after 4, but you're advised to come down earlier rather than later as they can sell out pretty quickly. (It's been very busy over the last few weeks).
Gentle pops, wistful melodies and some soothing tunes will this week be supplied by Kiss & Make Up's Stuart. Come along and beat the Sunday blues.
x

Friday, March 4, 2011

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Happy Saint David's Day


I've made a compilation CD for Saint David's Day, like. I did it in a hurry, so it's probably a bit shoddy. Soz. But you can download it here. It's got an awful title :(

P.S. I've put the tracklisting in the comments.