March 12th 2013

Playlist - 12th March 2013

A LIST

HARPER LEE LITTLE - GREEN CARS

LONG WAY DOWN - NATHAN O’REGAN

LOST IN HER SOUND - WARSAW RADIO

LET HER GO - PASSENGER

DON’T SAVE ME - HAIM

HELLO - PICTUREHOUSE

VAGABOND - EDDIE READER

IT’S A BEAUTIFUL DAY - MICHAEL BUBLE

JUST A FEW HOURS - JULIE FEENEY 

THE STARS (ARE OUT TONIGHT) - DAVID BOWIE (New)

 

B LIST

PLEASE DON’T SAY YOU LOVE ME - GABRIELLE APLIN

NOTHING ARRIVED - VILLAGERS

JOY TO YOU BABY - JOSH RITTER

SOMEONE IS SINGING OUR SONG - MICHAEL ENGLISH

WAGON WHEEL - NATHAN CARTER

UPSIDE DOWN - RYAN SHERIDAN

WAY BACK THEN - DONNA DUNNE

GREEN GARDEN - LAURA MVULA

WHEN I WAS YOUR MAN - BRUNO MARS

UP ON THE ROOF - JACK L 

RECOMMENDED LISTENING

Ghost Impact - Charlene Soraia

Our River Keeps on Flowing - Francis Conway (Irish)

Let IT Be ME - Jody Gallagher (Irish)

Dust Devil - Track Dogs (Irish)

Album of The Week: David Bowie The Next Day

 

The Next Day at #1 in 40 countries on iTunes. It is Bowie's first album in 10 years and the first he's made since entering his 60s. Its release has taken many by surprise.

 

From NME: Tony Visconti says that while making ‘The Next Day’, Bowie was smiling all the time, happy to be back in the studio, and had told him “‘I just want to make records’”. This album is, foremost, about songcraft. Rather than reinventing Bowie, it absorbs his past and moves it on, hungry for more (and indeed, Visconti has hinted that more is to come). It demands that you listen to it in this moment, not that you give it an easy ride because this is the man who made ‘Heroes’; and its songs more than live up to the demand. With Bowie sounding like he’s too busy and having too much fun to worry about the dying of any light, it seems like there’s many more next days to come.

 

 

 

 

 

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