Monthly Archives: November 2009


Here is another guy that I found courtesy of John in the Morning on KEXP, if you have never listened to it, give it a go.  I have never found another radio station that plays as many records that I … Continue reading

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Orange Sky

The first time I heard this track I reckon was early afternoon a good few years ago. At the time I was office based and to break the tedium, when not in meetings and such like I would listen to … Continue reading

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Candie Payne

Candie Payne was a lady I had high hopes for after hearing her first single, All I Need To Hear.  The cool sixties stylings of the track sounded like something from a film soundtrack from that era bringing to mind … Continue reading

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Just Because

My second favourite version of this song after Chuck Jackson’s. Scott Walker –  Any Day Now

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It’s Friday . . . Let’s Dance

ere is track 2, as there are no track listings on this 12″ from the first Bassbin Twins ep. The track has more samples than you can shake a stick at. The break I think is from Justify My Love, … Continue reading

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Bloody Weather

When all else fails there’s always the weather. Haven’t got much to say apart from when will this bloody rain end! I am in danger of losing my sunny disposition. I popped in to see a mate yesterday on the … Continue reading

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New Music – Super U

Some new music for you from a band who hail from Brighton,  Super U. They release their debut album, We Live In Bazakhstan on the 1st of December on Sack The Juggler records. I don’t really know how to describe … Continue reading

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The Bard Of Salford

Have been meaning to feature John Cooper Clarke for some time, ever since the Radio 4 programme about him. He has lived quite a life. He first came to prominence in the late 70’s in the wake of punk and … Continue reading

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At the moment I’m re reading Fuel Injected Dreams by James Robert Baker for the umpteenth time. I have to thank the girl who also put me on to the Pale Fountains song  after which this blog is named for … Continue reading

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When Two Tribes Kind Of Co-exist

This post is inspired by a comment DVD made last night on The Ghost of Electricity and a review I read yesterday in the Guardian. When I  was a youngster I was quite a confused individual, I initially didn’t realise … Continue reading

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