OCTOBER 2014

 halloween-music-pumpkinFriday 31st October                                                                              David Lynch – Crazy Clown Time                                                                 Taken from Crazy Clown Time, Lynch’s debut album released in 2011

 

Thursday 30th October   Rick Tomlinson – Surfin UAE

Only appearing on the Rough Trade Counter Culture album,  released in 2009

 

Wednesday 29th October      The Seeds – Faded Picture

Taken from the 1966 album Web Of Sound

 

Tuesday 28th October      Little Dragon – Klapp Klapp

This single was released on February 14th 2014, taken from the album Nabuma Rubberband which came out in May 2014

 

Monday 27th October     The Undisputed Truth – Smiling Faces

Taken from the self titled album and released in 1971

 

Sunday 26th October    Dead Man’s bones – In The Room Where You Sleep

Taken from the 2009 album Dead Man’s Bones released in 2009

 

Saturday 25th October      Chris Isaak – Baby Did a Bad Thing

Taken from the 1995 album Forever Blue

Friday 24th October      Cate le Bon – Me Oh My

Taken from the album Me Oh My and released in 2009

 

Thursday 23rd October    Calexico – Banderilla

Any fans of Breaking Bad may remember this fantastic track!  Taken from Calexico’s 2001 EP, Even My Sure Things Fall Through

 

Wednesday 22nd October    Ian Brown – Billy Jean

Taken from the album The Greatest, released in September 2005

 

Tuesday 21st October     Prince Fatty, Nostalgia 77 — Medicine Chest Dub – Prince Fatty Meets Nostalgia 77

Due for release on the 24th November 2014 on the Tru Thoughts label

 

Monday 20th October      Bombino – Azamane Tiliade

Taken from the album Nomad which was produced by The Black Key’s Dan Auerbach and released in April 2013

 

Sunday 19th October     Timber Timbre – Under Your Spell

Taken from the 2nd album Medicinals, released in 2007

 

 

Saturday 18th October      Quilt – Tie Up The Tides

From the Album Held In Splendor, released January 28 2014

 

Friday 17th October     The Great Society – Sally Go Round The Roses

Released in 1968 as the B-side to Didn’t Think So.

…Grace Slick remains to be one of The Listening Post’s all time favourite female artists! 

 

 

Thursday 16th October      Hanni El Khatib – Moonlight

Taken from the album Moonlight which is due for release on 20th Jan 2015

 

 

Wednesday 15th October    Leonard Cohen – Anthem, Live at London’s O2 Arena

Released March 2009 and featured as today’s song of the day especially for my brother…..

Tuesday 14th October     Perfume Genius – Queen

 Taken from Too Bright, the third album released in Sept 2014

 

Monday 13th October    She Keeps Bees – Owl

Every She Keeps Bees album has been both Self recorded and self released. Eight Houses is their third Lp and was released in September 2014

 

 

 

Sunday 12th October    Parquet Courts – Black and White

Taken from their third studio album released in June 2014

 

 

Saturday 11th October    Vashti Bunyan –  Train Song

The single “Train Song” / “Love Song” was released in 1966, (Columbia)

 

 

Friday 10th October    Juana Molina – Eras at Glastonbury

Taken from the sixth studio album Wed 21 released in Oct 2013

 

 

Thursday 9th October     The Amazing Snakeheads – Nighttime

Taken from their debut album Amphetamine Ballads released in April this year

 

 

Wednesday 8th October 2014    The Dead Weather – Will There Be Enough Water

Taken from their 2009 debut studio album Horehound

 

Tuesday 7th October 2014       Peggy Sue – Substitute

Taken from their 3rd studio album released in January 2014

 

Monday 6th October 2014     Wax Tailor – We Be

Taken from the second album Hope & Sorrow released in 2007

 

Sunday 5th October 2014      Skatalites – Fugitive Dub

Taken from the 1975 album The Legendary Skatalites in Dub

 

Saturday 4th October 2014    Goat – Let It Bleed

Taken from the 2012 album World Music

 

Friday 3rd October  2014     Sinkane – Jeeper Creeper

Taken from the 2014 album Mean Love

 

Thursday 2nd October 2014     Tim Buckley – Hong Kong Bar

Taken from the 7th album Greetings From L.A, released in 1972

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