Monday, 28 May 2012

The Christopher Laird Show 28.May.2012


BEE GEES - Night Fever
TENNIS - My Better Self
MAGAZINE - Shot By Both Sides
THE CRIMEA - White Russian Galaxy
LADYTRON - Destroy Everything You Touch
ROBIN GIBB - Sesame Street Fever
MADNESS - It Must Be Love

Sunday, 27 May 2012

Ruby's Chicky Boil-Ups: Nonsense

Woolly Bully – Sam Sham and the Pharoahs

Hey Nonny Nonny – Violent Femmes

Zoo Be Zoo Be Zoo – Sophia Loren

Kocka Mow Mow – The Dinks

MacArthur Park – Donna Summer

I Zimbra – Talking Heads

Hi De Ho Man – Cab Calloway

Buffalo – Stump

I Like Bananas Because They Have No Bones – The Hoosier Hot Shots

Rubber Biscuit – The Chips

Unsettled – Robyn Hitchcock

Ever See A Diver Kiss His His Wife – Shirley Ellis

Nonsense Nonsense - Geneva Jacuzzi

Goldyloppers and the Three Bearloders (Excerpt) – Professor Stanley Unwin

Gopher Mambo – Yma Sumac

Si si Je Suis Un Rock Star – Bill Wyman

Just A Wee Deoch An Doris – Unknown

Bike Ride to the Moon – The Dukes of Stratosphear

Song of the Pop Bottlers – Morris Bishop, Read by Tony Church

Multifoiled – Cocteau Twins

Hip Hug-Her – Booker T and the MG’s

Saturday, 26 May 2012

Hip Auntie 26.May.2012

1. London Is The Place For Me – Lord Kitchener
2. London's Burning – The Clash
3. Buckingham Palace – Ann Stephens
4. Pop Goes The Weasel – Anthony Newley
5. Werewolves Of London – Warren Zevon
6. A Transport Of Delight – Flanders & Swann
7. Finchley Central – New Vaudeville Band
8. We Are London – Madness
9. Dick-A-Dum-Dum – Des O'Connor
10. England Swings – Roger Miller

Thursday, 24 May 2012

Dérailleur - Thursday 24 May 2012

Allergies - The Lovely Eggs (2011)
Son Of A Preacher Man - Aretha Franklin (1970)
This Night Has Opened My Eyes - The Smiths (1984)
Sentinel (Steve Proctor Remix) - Neutron 9000 (1990)
A Change Is Gonna Come - Sam Cooke (1965)
Bumblebees Dance - Jack Arel and Pierre Dutour (1968)
Unreal Square - Squarepusher (2012)
Loneliness Shines - Malcolm Middleton (2005)
Ascending - Actress (2012)
Temporary - White Rabbits (2012)
Sonny's Lettah (Anti-Sus Poem) - Linton Kwesi Johnson (1979)
Alien Observer - Grouper (2011)
Eleggua - Dr. John (2012)
La Ritournelle - Sebastien Tellier (2004)

Saturday, 19 May 2012

The Doggone History of Country Music 19.May.2012

Johnny Cash – Hey Porter
Mack Self – That Mexican Limbo
Waylon Jennings – White Lightning
Merle Haggard & The Strangers – Mama Tried
The Everly Brothers – Ladies Love Outlaws
Sammi Smith – So Long, Charlie Brown, Don't Look for Me Around
Johnny Paycheck – Heartaches By The Number
Billy Joe Shaver – I Changed My Mind
David Allan Coe – Fuzzy Was an Outlaw - Original
Kris Kristofferson – Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down
Willie Nelson – Following Me Around
Townes Van Zandt – Waitin' Around To Die - Original
Jessi Colter – If She's Where You Like Livin' (You Won't Feel At Home With Me)
Dale Hawkins – Susie-Q
Jerry Jeff Walker – Gettin' By
Tanya Tucker – Texas (When I Die)
Michael Martin Murphey – Rainbow Man
Waylon Jennings doing a cover of Allman Brothers' song Midnight Rider
Leon Russell – A Song For You

Thursday, 17 May 2012

Library Of Sound May 16th 2012

May's show was a joy to do thanks to Seamus Fogarty agreeing to let us bend his ear at the Camden Crawl 2012. Irish man Seamus was first up during the festival's Fence Collective showcase at the Earl of Camden, which made for a cosy venue for the session that also featured Library favourites such as Kid Canaveral and The Pictish Trail.
Mr Fogarty's debut album God Damn You Mountain is a triumph... and a real grower of a vinyl treat. We'd recommend it as an excellent addition to your collection - just £12 and for that you get the vinyl AND CD version. Generous man!

A lot of the songs that we played during the May show have some impressive videos, so we couldn't let the opportunity pass to point you in their direction... we're all about the one-take vids here in the Library... take a peek at:

Here's Seamus filmed by another Irish talent Myles O'Reilly, we've yet to see a video by Myles we don't like

Now, if we'd been able to play the Jim O'Rourke track it would have been like this

And then we also loved the one-shot brilliance of Laura Gibson's Milk-Heavy, Pollen-Eyed

Ok, ok, just one more vid... we had to link to the very clever homepage for some details about the project by Peter Broderick

What's that? You want one more one-shot?.... oh go on then... here's Hannah Cohen's Don't Say

Right, finally.... you've probably been looking for the show's track list.... here we go:

1. Interpol - Untitled
2. Peter Broderick -
3. Wolf Alice - Wednesday
4. Seamus Fogarty - Appletrees
5. Johnny Cash - Tennessee Stud
6. Jim O'Rourke - Ghost Ship In A Storm
7. Seamus Fogarty - By The Waterside
8. Hannah Cohen - Don't Say
9. Laura Gibson - Milk-Heavy, Pollen-Eyed
10. Sweet Lights - Are We Gonna Work It Out

Monday, 14 May 2012

The Christopher Laird Show 14.May.2012


WIRE - Ambitious
KING TUFF – Bad Thing
THE FASCINATIONS - Girls Are Out To Get You
BUFFALO TOM - Tree House
AU REVOIR SIMONE - Night Majestic
PRINZHORN DANCE SCHOOL - You Are The Space Invader
SPILLER feat. SOPHIE ELLIS BEXTOR - Groovejet (If This Ain't Love) [Spiller's Extended Vocal Mix]
PLAY DEAD - This Side Of Heaven (Serious Mix)
SPANDAU BALLET - True (12” Version)
NADA SURF - Always Love
BEASTIE BOYS - 3-Minute Rule

Friday, 11 May 2012

Filmic Playlist May 2012

Hello one and all, here are details of all the tracks played in this month's Filmic.

Track Name-Composer/Artist-Film
Training Montage/Harry Gregson-Williams/Spy Game

Moresque/Adrian Corker/The Way of the Morris
Empty/Ray La Montagne/The Conspirator
Main Theme/Jerry Fielding/the Mechanic
Theme/Mark Isham/The Mechanic
Make Someone Happy/Julie Styne-Jimmy Durante/Sleepless in Seattle
Milong Del Poeta/Luis Bacalov/Il Postino
Prelude/Bernard Herrmann/Psycho
The Knife/Bernard Herrmann/Psycho
This Is Not America/Pat Metheny-David Bowie/The Falcon & The Snowman
Cold War/Clint Mansell/Farewell
For All We Know/Clint Eastwood-Sam M.Lewis/J.Fred Coots
Mississippi/Thomas Newman/The Help
Dutchman/John Barry/Dutchman
Turkish Delight/Richard Jacques/007 Blood Stone
Firefight At The Dam/Richard Jacques/007 Blood Stone

Friday, 4 May 2012

love Action's Friday Fix - 4.05.12

Love Action's Friday Fix - Summer?

Happy first week of Summer - yes Summer, though you'd hardly know it. Don't let it get you down however as this month's show is packed with warm and fuzzy soul and lo-fi tunes. Oh and May the 4th be with you to all our Star Wars fans.

On the show this month:

I'm Blue (The Gong-Gong Song) - The Ikettes
Kidnapped - The Blackberries
Soul Time - Shirley Ellis
He Did It - The Ronettes
Make Me Yours - Phyllis Dillon
Fire Burning - The Urges
Another Guy - Miracle Workers
You Got What I Want - The Boys Blue
He's Waiting - The Sonics
Girlfriend - Ty Segall
Tumble Down - Terry Malts
Bells - Sic Alps
Meet Me In The City - The Babies
A Swingin' Summer - The Images
Chevy Baby - The Cosmopolitans
Baby Baby (I Still Love You) - Cinderellas
Try The Worryin' Way - The Fabulettes
Night Swim - Frankie Rose
A Forest - The Cure
In Between Days - Mystery Jets & Esser
Keep An Eye On Summer - The Beach Boys

Plus backing music is the soundtrack to the 1965 short film about skateboarders, Skaterdater. Enjoy, and please feel free to send on requests - especially your guilty pleasures - for next month's show to:! and of course you can follow me on twitter at

Tuesday, 1 May 2012

Jessica 6 in 1963

Jessica 6 in 1963

1 May 2012

Tu Mens – Gillian Hills
Featured on her Tu Mens EP
Barclay Records

Summer Holiday – Cliff Richard and The Shadows
Featured in Summer Holiday film/soundtrack
#1 UK singles chart
#1 UK album chart
Columbia Records (EMI)

Do You Want To Know A Secret – The Beatles
Featured on their debut album, Please Please Me
#1 UK album chart
Parlophone Records
US-only single - #2 Billboard Hot 100
Vee-Jay Records

Hey Paula – Paul and Paula
#8 UK singles chart
#1 US Billboard Hot 100
#1 US Billboard Hot R&B Singles
Philips Records

Leavin’ On Your Mind – Patsy Cline
#8 US Billboard Hot Country Singles Chart
#83 US Billboard Hot 100
Featured on the posthumously-released compilation album The Patsy Cline Story
Decca Records

From Russia With Love – Matt Monro
Featured in From Russia With Love film/soundtrack
United Artists Records
#20 UK singles chart
Parlophone Records

Wild Is The Wind – Nancy Wilson
Featured on her seventh album, Hollywood – My Way
Capitol Records

Moon Gas – Dick Hyman and Mary Mayo
Featured on their album, Moon Gas
MGM Records

In My Room – The Beach Boys
#23 US Billboard Hot 100
#209 Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time
Featured on their third album, Surfer Girl
#7 US Billboard 200
#13 UK album chart (1967)
Capitol Records

Blowin’ In The Wind – Bob Dylan
#2 US Billboard Hot 100
#14 Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time
Featured on his second album, The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan
#22 US Billboard 200
#1 UK album chart (1964)
Columbia Records

Deserted Ballroom – The Jay Gordon Concert Orchestra
Featured on their Music From Another World album
Tops Records

Louie Louie – The Kingsmen
Request from @tiredhippo

#2 US Billboard Hot 100
#26 UK singles chart (1964)
#55 Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Songs of All Time
Jerden Records/Wand Records

I Wanna Be Your Man – The Rolling Stones
#12 UK singles chart
Decca Records
B-side to US-only single of Not Fade Away
#48 US Billboard Hot 100
London Records

Be My Baby – The Ronettes
#2 US Billboard Hot 100
#4 UK singles chart
#22 Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time
From their only studio album, Presenting the Fabulous Ronettes
#96 US Billboard 200
Philles Records


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