Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Blogcast: Contrast #24 - Entrance Music For A Film



The theme of this weeks Contrast, number 24, is 'Entrance Music For A Film'. I've contributed something from poor old disappointed Richard Hawley, who, despite what the stinking Mercury Judges think, is still the best Sheffield resident to release an album in the last year. He's also soon set to feature on Jarvis Cocker's debut solo album, and as I just got a ticket for Jarvis' first solo show in the UK, I might even get to see Hawley playing in the backing band. Oh please let it be true. Anyway, this week's Contrast is another goodun, so make sure you go and take a look.

Playlist:

(00:00) Helm un Heik - 20th Century Fox Fanfare

(00:23) The Cocteau Twins - Fifty-fifty clown
Colin from Let’s Kiss and Make Up

(04:24) The High Violets - Cool Green
Nikki from Indie don’t dance

(08:51) +/- - Surprise
Andy from Circles of Concrete

(12:57) Erik Scott Johnston - For Candace
Cindy from Adzuki Bean Stash

(15:32) Hope of the states - The black amnesias
Simon from You can call me Betty

(21:15) 50 Foot Wave - Bug
Bob from Gimme Tinnitus

(25:55) Yoko Kanno - The real folk blues
Tom from Other People’s Toys

(32:27) Chet Baker - Vehicle
Tim from the face of today

(35:30) The National - All the wine
Richard from Invisible Limb

(38:54) Fields of the Nephilim - Intro (harmonica man)
Chip from Donewaiting.com

(41:22) Hawks and Snakes - Her Cooling Jets
Bethanne from CTASLS

(43:40) Dead Can Dance - Frontier
FiL from Pogoagogo

(47:30) John Barry Seven - Hideaway
ZB from So the wind won’t blow it all away

(50:23) Richard Hawley - Coles Corner
Jamie from The Run Out Groove

(55:45) Bedhead - Burned Out
Merz from Mars needs guitars

1 Comments:

Blogger Tim Young said...

Yup. Mercury judges were definately wrong. Thanks for a fab submission as always Jamie.

6:51 pm, September 12, 2006  

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