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The Last Outing Before Xmas

Artist Song Buy
Katty Line  Les Mots Croises  buy on itunes
Marden Hill  Oh Constance  buy on itunes
Denizens  Ammonia Subway  buy on itunes
Butcher Boy  Profit In Your Poetry  buy on itunes
Bel Di Violeta  Cuando Yo Er A Pequena  buy on itunes
Wendy And Bonnie  I Realized You  buy on itunes
Girls At Our Best  Fast Boyfriends  buy on itunes
Such Perfect Liars  Innocent And Pure  buy on itunes
Liberty Thieves  I Regret Nothing  buy on itunes
My Little Airport  Are You Still Jumping Out Of Windows In Expensive Clothes?  buy on itunes
Starlets  Give My Regards To Betty Ford  buy on itunes
Hit Parade  House Of Sarah  buy on itunes
Sarah Goes Shopping  Summer Blues  buy on itunes
Momus  Lucky Like St. Sebastian  buy on itunes
Sea Stories  For 1,000 Years  buy on itunes
Trout  Sunrise Highway  buy on itunes
Avo-8  Out Of My Mind  buy on itunes
Newcolours  Again And Again  buy on itunes
Bee Gees  Kilburn Towers  buy on itunes
Relationships  The Godfathers  buy on itunes
France Gall  La Rose Des Vents  buy on itunes
Episode 4  Strike Up Matches  buy on itunes
No Flags Etc.  Don't Bring Me Back  buy on itunes


Come xmas, come the Wob gig in Brighton. Wob is an oustandingly talented guitarist with an operatic voice. He'll suddenly burst into On The Street Where You Live while tuning his guitar then launch into a political song about the glory of charity shops dealing with wealth distribution and that sort of thing. One can only love a man who sings of the virtues of scavenging. Of course while in Brighton it is only right to delve deep into the racks of vinyl in a labyrinth of a shop called Snooper's Paradise. And what a haul. Several records I've been hunting for were unearthed at bargain prices. I saved myself hefty pounds on ebay. And Wob was in sparkling form, playing for nearly three hours and treating us to the odd Kylie cover and calling the Spice Girls corporate whores while passing around the mince pies, although one or two complained that they were not vegan mince pies. Factions appearing already, we'll never celebrate revolutionary triumph brothers. And this was a new mix I made for the journey.


Little Spencer Boys
Date: 12/24/2007
Don't know much of these, but your comments are so wonderful that I certainly want to hear it (and Wog as well)
Date: 12/24/2007
Merry Christmas to you both, and thanks for all the goodies you sent my way in '07 - hopefully more trades will happen in 2008. This looks great, it actually has quite a few I know on here, 2,5,10,12,14...
Date: 12/24/2007
Happy holidays to you two.
Rob Conroy
Date: 12/24/2007
I dig the Bee Gees track and absolutely adore the Momus track, but no nothing else that I can see. That said, based upon those and on your other mixes, I'm sure this is dandy. Happy holidays to the both of you.
Date: 12/24/2007
I know three artists...that's it...nothing more. Hmm...I wonder what the others sound like. If only there were a way..... ; )
Date: 12/26/2007
I would love to hear this! Trade in '08 please monsiur et madame.
Skipper Bartlett
Date: 12/26/2007
ha HA, I'm starting to recognize stuff on your mixes. Wendy & Bonnie, France Gall, Bee Gees. Great ! Happy Holidays
Date: 12/26/2007
Looks lovely to me -- what I know anyway (W&B, Gall, Avo-8 State, Marden Hill, GAOB). Hope you and Kathryn had a wonderful London Christmas -- and wishing you both a splendid 2008.
Date: 12/27/2007
Still, keep up the revolution! Best for 2008 K & R!
Date: 12/28/2007
Lovely, just lovely. Is the Wendy & Bonnie from the reissue or did you seriously find the original LP in a charity shop? Cuz that'd be c-razy.
Date: 12/29/2007
It's a dream of mine to find the Wendy & Bonnie LP in a charity shop but alas it hasn't happened yet. The track is culled from the CD.

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