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    Quote Originally Posted by sonofstan View Post
    All Niney productions?
    Correct, but better than that - the I-Roy one is a version of "Wolf and Leopard" with his own rude lyrics laid on top, the Niney one was just him mucking about with the original riddim on his own, probably while he was waiting for someone else to come into the studio to cut another version of the same tune.

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    This week's compilation:

    1. Culture - Get Ready To Ride The Lion To Zion
    2. Burning Spear - Slavery Days
    3. Peter Tosh - Equal Rights
    4. Big Youth - Hot Stock
    5. Augustus Pablo - King Tubby Meets Rockers Uptown
    6. King Tubby - Straight To The Boy Niney Head
    7. Gergory Isaacs - Love Is Overdue
    8. Dennis Brown - Money In My Pocket
    9. Horace Andy - Fever
    10. The Congoes - Feast Of The Passover
    11. U-Roy - Wear You To The Ball
    12. Max Romeo - War Inna Babylon
    13. The Aggrovators - Move Out A Babylon (Version)
    14. Lee Scratch Perry - Dreadlocks In Moonlight
    15. The Upsetters - Rastaman Shuffle
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    1. Albatross - Public Image Ltd.
    2. Broadway - The Clash
    3. The Teams that Meet in Caffs - Dexy's Midnight Runners
    4. Widening The Gravel Road - Cathal Coughlan & The Grand Necropolitan
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    5. Pyjamas - Arab Strap
    6. Paperback Bible - Lambchop
    7. Goodbye to old friends - Stuart A. Staples
    8. Kick Over The Statues - Redskins
    9. The Bride Wore White - The Blades
    10. Wai - Bonnie 'Prince' Billy
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    TGS, do you have the Stuart A.Staples album?
    What's it like? I'm a big Tindersticks fan, and that's on my wishlist.
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    I have the more recent one 'Leaving Songs', and think it's definitely up there with Tindersticks more recent stuff, while not reaching the level of the first two albums. Then again there's very few recordings that would hit the heights of them first two Tindersticks albums. But all in all a very good album and well worth getting your hands on.
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    Big Tindersticks fan too, though they lost it a tiny a bit after Simple Pleasures, my favourite of theirs by a long way, what was that, their 4th one?
    Must have a look out for the Stuart Staples stuff so.
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    'Leaving Songs', that's the one. Didn't realise there was an earlier one. I'm so out of touch.

    Stann, I really like Simple Pleasures, and yes, by my count it's the fourth. The debut album is still by far my favourite. The second and curtains I used to listen to a lot, but not as much now. I like 'Can our love', but the last couple aren't as strong as S.P.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noby View Post
    'Leaving Songs', that's the one. Didn't realise there was an earlier one. I'm so out of touch.
    I didn't know there was another one either until I got 'Leaving Songs'.
    'Lucky Dog Recordings' I think is the name of it. As far as I know he played in Sugar Club not so long ago. Didn't hear any reports of it though.
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    I saw that being advertised, but couldn't make it.
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    Lloyd, I'm ready to be heartbroken - Camera Obscura
    Kennedy - The Wedding Present
    Serotonin - Simple Kid
    Miles and Miles - The Frank and Walters
    She's attracted to - The Young Knives
    So you'll aim towards the sky - Grandaddy
    Starlight - Muse
    From the Ritz to the rubble - Arctic Monkeys
    Does anybody want to take me home - Ryan Adams
    Hairdresser on Fire - Morrissey
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    New week, new songs...

    The Beatnuts-Watch Out Now
    The Beatnuts-You're A Clown
    Prince-It
    Prince-Strange Relationship
    Basement Jaxx-Hush Boy
    Basement Jaxx-Hey U
    Basement Jaxx-Tale Me Back To Your House
    De La Soul-Verbal Clap
    De La Soul-Shoomp
    Kool & The Gang-Open Sesame
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    The Frames - Sad Songs (even if ya hate the frames this is a gorgeous song)
    Bernard Fanning - Yesterdays Gone (again this is just pure non cynical loveliness...yuuuuuuuuuuuuum)
    Bell X1 - Rocky took A lover (nice song - dont be put off by fact its bell x1 altho dont do what I did and agree to go to gig on strength of it - nitemare!)
    Fratellis - Everybody Knows ya cried last nite (catchy as f*ck)
    La Rocca - The Truth (sounds like The Band with a nice wee chorus)
    Cat Stevens - Tea For The Tillerman(music from tv show extras)
    Bill Bailey - Unisex Chipshop ("I used to buy my chips, from an oppressive chip shop regime" - they dont write lyrics like that anymore)
    Rolling Stones - Sway (classic 70s stones - been singing it all week without knowin one word of it)
    Razorlight - Who Needs Love (best song on that album)
    Van Morrison + Pink Floyd - Comfortably Numb (from soundtrack to the departed. )
    Big Star - Thirteen(short and sweet )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr.Nightdub View Post
    Correct, but better than that - the I-Roy one is a version of "Wolf and Leopard" with his own rude lyrics laid on top, the Niney one was just him mucking about with the original riddim on his own, probably while he was waiting for someone else to come into the studio to cut another version of the same tune.

    You gotta love the Jamaican approach to copyright.
    Just out of interest what ya think of that Trojan Document Album?
    Got it from Urban Outfitters music shop thingie when I heard it bein played there. really like it.

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    Tend to keep my ipod on shuffle (saves me making decisions ) but recently I've enjoyed:

    The Brides Have Hit Glass - Guided By Voices
    It's A Miracle - Trash Can Sinatras
    If We Can't Get It Together - You Am I
    I Need Direction - Teenage Fanclub
    The Disappointed - XTC
    The Milkman of Human Kindness - Billy Bragg
    I Am The Cosmos - Big Star
    Poison River - Stars of Heaven
    Maybe I Should Drive - Trash Can Sinatras
    Gigantic - The Pixies
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    Once in a lifetime - Talking Heads
    Roadhouse Blues - The Doors
    Light my Fire - The Doors
    Nothing but green lights - Tom Vek
    Alala - Cansei de ser Sexy
    Over and over - Hot chip
    Don't you forget about me - Simple Minds
    Empire - Kasabian
    Territorial ****ings - Nirvana
    Love don't let me go - David Guetta
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    Apply Some Pressure - Maximo Park
    Maps - Yeah Yeah Yeahs
    What Goes Around - Justin Timberlake
    Banquet -Bloc Party
    Wake Up - Arcade Fire

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    dice- finlay quaye william orbit
    this must be the place -talking heads
    be yourself - Audioslave
    bling - the killers
    simon says - the shins
    sinnerman - from miami vice OST
    hounds of love - futureheads
    howl - black rebel motorcycle club ´
    parlez ep - the parlez
    lavinia - the veils
    nobodys child - billy connolly
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    This week... (snap RogerMilla!)....

    1. Heel And Toe (Evil 9 Remix) - Adam Freeland
    2. Love Don't Let Me Go (Walking Away) - David Guetta vs The Egg
    3. Computer Love - Kraftwerk
    4. Talk - Coldplay (Just to see, and f*ck me! Identical!)
    5. Sun Rise Light Flies - Kasabian
    6. Long Hair (Stereo MCs Mix) - Little Barrie
    7. Let It Out (Let It All Hang Out) - The Hombres
    8. Remedy - The Black Crowes
    9. Yoo Doo Right - Thin White Rope (Can cover)
    10. Dice - Finlay Quaye
    11. Come Pick Me Up - Ryan Adams
    12. Airlock - Radioactive Man
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    I got a couple of albums at the weekend:
    Radiodread - Easy Star All-Stars
    Double Nickels on the Dime - Minutemen
    Fontanelle - Babes in Toyland

    All three have been on heavy rotation.
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    Wow! Babes in Toyland, totally forgotten about them noby. Jesus they were tough girlies! Have Fontanelle on cassette or vinyl somewhere I'm sure, is that the one with Bruise Violet on it? Some song. Some band. Must dig that out.
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