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Old 10.04.2006, 07:28 AM   #516
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Originally Posted by Glice
Tracklisting for the above:

The Monks - Pretty Suzanne
Madonna - Human Nature
Adel Salameh & K Sridhar - Inspiration (I may have the spelling wrong on this, the CD has been lent to someone so I'm going on my notes. It's a Oud/ Sarod improvised duet)
Widget Evil - Terrorists Drink Lemonade (local guys, non-Americans, you may have noticed I've put them on two tapes now. Because I think they need to be heard more - http://www.myspace.com/widgetevil
Disc 4, Tracks 2-5 - Number Stations box set

Side 2

Gustav Holst - Mars (Neeeerr NeeeerrRRRR NEERRRRRRRRRRRRR....)
Kenny Rogers - Lucille
Micheal O Brain - Nor Crionna (Irish bagpipe, which is squeezed rather than blown like the Scottish version).
The Fall - Garden (Peel Session Version) Buy the box set NOW.
The Rebel - Tammy Payton Likes a Boy.
Low - Lord can you hear me? (Spacemen 3 cover)
Dizzy Rascal - I luv U.
Throbbing Gristle - Slug Bait.
Ronnie Ronalde - In a missionary Garden. The best whistler who ever lived, as Porkie will no doubt back me up on.
Roy Orbison - It's over.

I'm more for Fred Lowery but Ronnie Ronalde is a classy choice nonetheless.In fact whistlers in general should be heard more.
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