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  • Paul 8:43 AM on May 28, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Alèmayèhu Eshèté, , , Angharad Drake, Bob Dylan, , , Cat Power, Cher, DM Stith, , Dusty Springfield, George McCrae, Irene, Kate Nash, Lush, Marissa Nadler, , , , The Beatles, The Funkees, , , , Until June   

    Nuggets 341 – Baby Baby II 

    Here is part two of my baby infused mixes. If I had to choose a favourite track, it would be Baby I Need Your Loving – a wonderful wall of sound track that has been remastered in stereo with the Supremes instead of Levi Stubbs and the rest of the Four Tops. I wager that the Wrecking Crew were involved.

    What’s your pick?

    For those who are curious about the picture above, you can read more about Donnie and Joe or watch this doco.

    Finally, I have included a song from the fabulous Pizzicato Five. The video isn’t the tune from this playlist, but it’s pretty fab.

    "Baby Where You Are" – Mountain Man Live from Luck Mansion
    Stereolab Live 15/11/2001 ~ 4. Baby Lulu
    Pizzicato Five│Twiggy Twiggy
    The Band & Bob Dylan – Baby Let Me Follow You Down (HD)
    Lush – 500 (Shake Baby Shake) live
    George McCrae – Rock You Baby [+Interview] Soul Train 1974
     
  • Paul 10:41 PM on December 25, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Cat Power, , Cosmicdust, , Flying Saucer Attack, Graveyard, , , Sight Seeing, , Still Corners, , , , ,   

    Nuggets 192 – Loud and Slow 

    Pic is Louise Brooks (and here) as Lulu in Pandora’s Box, a classic German silent film.

    It’s Christmas! We have shared the family rituals, waffles on Christmas day followed by a screening of Galaxy Quest. We have finished our Christmas dinner and are about to start a DVD marathon. Bliss.

    Highlights in this mix include Cat Power from her slo-core album Moon Pix recorded in Melbourne in eleven days with backing musicians Mick Turner and Jim White of the Dirty Three, True Widow with some heavier slo-core, Molly Hamiliton from Widowspeak, and Karianne from The Whines who have a similar snooty shtick with grungy guitar, Youth Castles / Sight Seeing with more 90’s grunge,  Shoegaze from Seam, Flying Saucer Attack, Still Corners, Cosmicdust, and Ceremony, then Dee Dee giving it her all with Coming Down before Trevor Powers aka Youth Lagoon sings us out.

    Tunes to follow… here

      Nuggets 192 - slow and loud

     
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