Tuesday 17 September 2019

Never Ending Mixtape Part 40

Welcome to the latest addition to the Everything Flows Never Ending Mixtape. We begin with a stomper by Shirley and the Shirelles, before a few from the time they were simply known as The Shirelles. The group formed away back in 1957 and described as having a naive schoolgirl sound. The Beatles were among their fans and covered Baby It's You which is added to the playlist.

We then delve into pop perfection courtesy of Pet Shop Boys who have announced a Greatest Hits tour for next summer, including a Glasgow date. We then have punk pop from Buzzcocks and The Undertones, a rare one from Belle and Sebastian, Boards of Canada, one of my favourites from Teenage Fanclub and a cover version of it by Mark Morriss, Reed, Bowie, The Lemonheads and the late Daniel Johnstone feature alongside gems from Edwyn Collins, New Order, Marlena Shaw and The Exciters. And I've just discovered Australian group The Stroppies - there seems to be so much good music coming from down under at present.

As always - delve in and enjoy. The full list of new additions is below.

Look What You've Done To My Heart - Shirley and the Shirelles
What's The Matter Baby? - The Shirelles
Baby It's You - The Shirelles
Soldier Boy - The Shirelles
What Have I Done To Deserve This? - Pet Shop Boys
What Do I Get? - Buzzcocks
Love Is Lies - Buzzcocks
Here Comes The Summer - The Undertones
Jimmy Jimmy - The Undertones
Big John Shaft - Belle and Sebastian
Happy Cycling - Boards of Canada
Alcoholiday - Teenage Fanclub
Abracadabra - Judee Sill
Crayon Angels - Judee Sill
A Girl Like You - Edwyn Collins
Roll on Babe - Ronnie Lane and Slim Chance
Thieves Like Us - New Order
Alcoholiday - Mark Morriss
I Love You, Suzanne - Lou Reed
Conversation Piece - David Bowie
Wait a Minute - The Excitements
Let's Wade In The Water - Marlena Shaw
Confetti - The Lemonheads
Some Things Last A Long Time - Daniel Johnston
I Had Lost My Mind - Daniel Johnston
You Never Give Me Your Money - The Beatles
Regret - New Order
All The Lines - The Stroppies

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