Jim Neill

Jim Neill’s Jukebox 11.6.13

7PM

His Name Is Alive – In Every Ford
Luke Temple – Katie
Cibo Matto – Know Your Chicken
Psapp – Everybody Wants to Be a Cat

Dead Gaze – Yuppies Are Flowers
Straitjacket Fits- So Long Marianne
Agnes Obel – Dorian
Jenny Hval – Blood flight

Cryan Shames- Sailing Ship
Straitjacket Fits- Sparkle That Shines
Jagwar Ma – Uncertainty

8PM
Midlake – Antiphon
Beck – Looking for a Sign
Duran Duran – Save A Prayer

Scruffy The Cat-Land of 1000 Girls

Charlie Chesterman- Shabby Dress
Maria Taylor – Song Beneath The Song
The The – Uncertain Smile – Original 7″ Version 1982
Girls Names – Hypnotic Regression
Swervedriver – Rave Down

9PM

Jonathan Wilson – Dear Friend
Dead Gaze – Somewhere Else
Future Bible Heroes – Let’s Go to Sleep (And Never Come Back)

Bob Mould Circles
The Blow – I Tell Myself Everything
ESG – Dance
Julia Holter – In the Green Wild

Simple Minds – New Gold Dream
Mick Harvey – Praise the Earth – Act 3
Robyn Hitchcock – You And Oblivion

Jonsi- Grow Til Tall

Richard Butler- Good Days. Bad Days

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