Playlist 6th May 2013

Playlist - 6th May 2013

A LIST

SOME NIGHT SHE WILL BE MINE - PICTUREHOUSE

  

CATCH YOUR FALL- ASLAN FEAT. DON MESCALL

 

REAL GOOD HANDS – GEOGORY PORTER

 

WHEN I WAS YOUR GIRL - ALISON MOYET

 

SLIP - STOOHIE

 

SOMEDAY – JULIAN LENNON FEAT STEVEN TYLER

 

LOVE LIKE THIS - KODALINE  

 

SHE MAKES ME HAPPY - ROD STEWART

 

GET LUCKY - DAFT PUNK FEAT PHARRELL WILLIAMS

 

ONLY LOVE SURVIVES - RYAN DOLAN  

 

MISS FANTASY - FLEETWOOD MAC

 

B LIST

DEEP DOWN - MCMAHON

 

HEARTS IN THE HEARTLAND - GALIA ARAD

 

WILL I EVER GET TO SLEEP - HEIDI TALBOT

 

LAURA MVULA – THAT’S ALRIGHT

 

IT’S ALRIGHT –PRIMAL SCREAM

 

MASTER HUNTER – LAURA MARLING

 

SYNCHRONICITY –ROISIN O

 

IS THIS WHAT YOU WAITED FOR –CRY BEFORE DAWN

 

BIRD IN A CAGE - THE LOST BROTHERS  

 

WHAM BAM! - ROBERT MIZZELL  

 

HOME - PHILIP PHILIPS

 

 

Recommended Listening

I'm Your Vinyl - For You

B & The Honey Boy-  Forgotten Books

Miles Kane - Don't Forget Who You Are

Gabrielle Aplin - Panic Cord

Where Can You Hear This Music

Tracks from the Radio 1 Album of the Week and the Playlist can be heard over the week on Risin' Time, The Ronan Collins Show, The John Creedon Show , The Weekend On One with Cathal Murray and Late Date.

Album of the Week: Eric Clapton - Old Sock

 

 This weeks album of the week is Eric Clapton Old Sock.

 

Rolling Stone say: 

There are many Eric Claptons: firebrand electric bluesman, psychedelic jam god, avuncular song historian, easy-listening singer-songwriter. Clapton's 21st LP finds him mainly playing the latter two roles with an all-star crew. The song selection, long on covers, is promising: vintage folk, blues, soul, country and reggae; American-songbook classics by Gershwin and Kern; plus new material written by his band. Of the latter, "Gotta Get Over" is lit by a funky Chaka Khan cameo and the set's hottest guitar work. "Every Little Thing," meanwhile, is a love-is-all-you-need anthem that trots out the Clapton kids and feels like an iPhone slide-show soundtrack. For the Billie Holiday-associated "All of Me," Paul McCartney drops in for a duet that could be an outtake from his recent standards LP; Clapton follows with a soulful reading of "Born to Lose" á la Ray Charles' Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music.

But "The Folks Who Live on the Hill" misses the class-conscious irony at that standard's core, and the reggae grooves – a take on Peter Tosh's "Till Your Well Runs Dry" recalls Clapton's hit cover of Bob Marley's "I Shot the Sheriff" – are light. Per the title, this is comfort music, made by a guy who seems to be chilling with friends. If it sometimes sounds too comfortable, well, Clapton has probably earned it.

 

 

 

Music Exchange: Maxi Still in Love with You - Phil Lynott

 

This week, Maxi, gives us one of her all-time favourites..

The song I can't get out of my head all week, is Still in Love with You by Phil Lynott.

Phil started life as a poet and used to go to the poetry readings in Slattery's of Terenure when he was a teenager. A little encouragement from the masters there , gave him the courage to keep on keeping on . He went on to worldwide fame and 27 years after his death, his memory is living and loved.

This is strong song, one he always dedicated to his mother Philomena , who is featured in On The Street Where He Lived , all about highs and lows of love .

Enjoy

Maxi

 

 

 

To listen back to The Street Where He Lived - Phil Lynott click HERE

 

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