Tuesday, October 11, 2011

It looks like the summer is over


Here's what I played at The Sunday Supplement at the Vauxhall Griffin on the 9th October 2011, the same day that Paul McCartney married his third wife, Nancy Shevell.

Gurney Slade Theme – Max Harris
Silly Woman – Bert Jansch
In The Morning – The Bee Gees
Down Through The Summer – Ross Hannaman
Sunday Mornin’ – Julie London
Follow, Follow (End Title) – John Barry
Speak Softly Love (Theme From The Godfather) – Matt Munro
Never Can Say Goodbye – The Sandpipers
Theme From The Rebel – Frank Cordell
Valerie – Broadcast
Far Away – José González
Paperback Bible – Lambchop
Toxic Girl (Monte Carlo 1963 Version) – Kings Of Convenience
The Family Way VII – Paul McCartney
It Will Not Be Forgotten – The Pierces
Crying In The Night – Buckingham Nicks
Love At First Sight – The Gist
The Girl On Death Row – Lee Hazlewood & Duane Eddy Orchestra
Teach Your Children – Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Summer Is Over – Dusty Springfield
Another Time Another World – The Chantelles
Stoned Soul Picnic – Julie London
Lipstick Traces – Benny Spellman
Feelin’ Kinda Sunday – Nancy Sinatra
Cecily – Sandy Salisbury
A Little Soul – Pulp
Walk On By – Leroy Van Dyke
Tennessee Mountain Home – Dolly Parton
Sacred Love – The Breakaways
Occapella – Lee Dorsey
Like The Swallow (Foxbase Beta Version) – Saint Etienne
Melody Fair – The Bee Gees
River Song – Dennis Wilson
Where Dreams Go To Die – John Grant
O-o-h Child – The Five Stairsteps
It Never Rains In Southern California – Albert Hammond
Stoned Love – The Supremes
Baby Cakes – Maxine Brown
I’m Gonna Leave You – Dusty Springfield
Stars On Sunday – All Seeing I
Primrose Lane – Dickie Pride
Bacarolle – Heinz Funk Electronic Combo
Let It Be Me – Nancy Sinatra
Catch The Breeze – Slowdive
Yummy, Yummy, Yummy – Julie London
Reviewing The Situation – Jacki Bond
Mr Scrooge – The Orchids
Caught In The Middle – Cerys Matthews
I Can Hear Music – The Breakaways
Ghostriders In The Sky – Susan Christie
Shark-Ridden Waters – Gruff Rhys
Look What I Got – Gerri Thomas
The Man Who Sold The World – Lulu
Up The Ladder To The Roof – The Supremes
Made In America (Extended Version) – Jacky Chalard
The Night – Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons
Popcorn – Ike & TIna Turner
I’m Going Out (The Same Way I Came In) – Kiki Dee
I’m Not The Loving Kind – John Cale
Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight – Trash
The Last Beat Of My Heart – Siouxsie & The Banshees
Blue Cabaret – Ronny
Das Model – The Cardigans
Fish Man – Ian Menzies
Don’t Shilly Shally – Edwin Collins
Love Hit Me – The Orchids
A Certain Girl – The Yardbirds
Southern Man – Sylvester & The Hot Band
Sorry! (Psychemagik Edit) – Ronnie Hazelhurst
What Do You Want The Girl To Do – Boz Scaggs
Driver’s Seat – Sniff & The Tears
The Patience Of A Saint – Electronic
Darklands (With Strings) – The Jesus & Mary Chain
Compare Me With The Rest (Part 1) – Ronny
The World Is A Ghetto – Amral's Trinidad Cavaliers Steel Drum Orchestra
I’m On Fire – Chromatics
Feel It All Around – Washed Out
Un Soir, Un Chien – Laetitia Sadier
Baby Blue – Dusty Springfield
I Want More – Can
Le Lambeth Walk – Dalida

I thought I was being dead original playing Le Lambeth Walk, but apparently, Peter & Rajan finished on it the week before too.

I've managed to find just under three quarters of my playlist on Spotify, so have a listen if you like.