Wet, wet, wet so:
John Surman-'How Many Clouds Can You See?'
John Surman-'Such Winters Of Memory.'
Ray Charles-'What'd I Say.'
Free-'Tons Of Sobs.'
Andrew Hill-'Lift Every Voice,'
Great playlist Jim.
Yes, my daughter is very keen to embark on her London adventure. My wife's taking her down soon. (I'll stay with our two small boys). I'm due down in November and she's promised me an afternoon of vinyl hunting if we dine out in some style somewhere and see something at the NT or Old Vic. Sounds a good deal to me.
A returning mild obsession with this particular Bob album:
Slow Train Coming
Surely one of his best sounding LPs. Embrace, ignore or reject the God-tinged lyrics and enjoy the high quality songs. Plus, Man Gave Name To All The Animals is fast becoming a drive-time favourite with my two lads.
Still Crazy After All These Years - Paul Simon
Best OF Quicksilver Messenger Service
Designer Beatnik - Dr. Calculus
Metal Box - PIL
Desire - Bob
Judy, Judy, Judy Live at Carnegie Hall - Judy Garland
Therapy - Loudon Wainwright
"Jimi" - Soundtrack recordings from the Hendrix documentary
In Dub - The Bush Chemists
Geogaddi - Boards Of Canada
We Are Reasonable People - Warp comp.
Speedway - Elvis