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  • 2009 in a nutshell

    Came too late to participate in the 09 Xmas Swap, but every year my friends & I put together CDs of stuff that has caught our fancies over the previous 12 months & swap them around.

    One of those pals this year was my good neighbour Peter Sundae who suggested that some of you lot might like it & that I should post it up.

    So here it is.

    Phil Tate- Countdown
    Ronnie Aldrich- Voodoo Moon
    Andreas Dorau Und Die Marinas- Fred Vom Jupiter
    the Free Pop Electronic Concept- Pish! Pishaw!
    Mae West- If You Gotta Go
    Yana- Climb Up the Wall
    Roy Hogsed- Snake Dance Boogie
    Lord Kitchener- My Saxophone
    Jacques Berrocal W Vince Taylor- Rock 'n' Roll Station
    Laurie Anderson- Time To Go
    Vogel with Ivor Cutler- Arschloch
    Henry Cow- Rapt in a Blanket
    The King Of Luxembourg- Poptones (edit)
    Cate Le Bon- Hollow Trees House Hounds
    After Dinner- Cymbals At Dawn
    Plastic Ono Band / Yoko Ono- Mind Holes
    John Renbourn- Sweet Potato
    Nina & Frederick- Listen To The Ocean
    Enchanted Forest- Suzanne
    The Soundcarriers- Let It Ride
    Hank Marvin- Chameleon
    Don Farndon- I'm Alive
    The Dells- Please Don't Change Me Now




    http://www.sendspace.com/file/k5eijl

    Not being a dyed in the wool vinyl purist, there's stuff ripped from CDs & MP3s in there as well but it's the music that matters innit?
    Gosh, golly that was a weird one. Have I got time to go and take some more acid?

  • #2
    Looks interesting mate, I'll download it when I get a chance. It looks like a good mix of stuff. What's the Hank Marvin from?
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    • #3
      Hank Marvin track is from his first solo LP isn't it? from 68 or 69 I think.

      Looks like a great selection - will download shortly - thanks!
      "Ridicule is nothing to be scared of"

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      • #4
        that first Hank Marvin LP is worth a listen. It'll be on the blog next week.

        selection looks cool plushpig - cheers
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        • #5
          Yeah, I've got that first Marvin LP, just couldn't remember if that's where Chameleon is from. Its decent but its never quite clicked with me, to be honest.
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