Jim Neill

Jim Neill’s Jukebox 7/17/2013

Jim Neill’s Jukebox 7/17/2013
7PM
Morrissey – Suedehead
Pure Bathing Culture- Dream The Dare
Creeper Lagoon – Under The Tracks
Nada Surf – I Like What You Say
Red House Painters – Wop-A-Din-Din
Laura Marling- Rambling Man
Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers- Ice Cream Man
King Missile – Cheesecake Truck
Ivor Cutler – A Doughnut In My Hand
Nancy Sinatra- Summer Wine
Fountains Of Wayne – Mexican Wine
Beck – Defriended
8PM
Red House Painters – Summer Dress
Tera Melos – Sunburn
Nada Surf – You Were So Warm
Erik Blood – Shame Spots
Zombies- I Love You
The Incredible Casuals – Blind World
The Baptist Generals – Machine En Prolepsis
Ex Cops – James
Phantom Buffalo – Amateur Florist
Neu! – Hallogallo
Laika- Coming Down Glass
Phantom Buffalo – Stark Glass Man
Wire- It’s A Boy
Sandy Denny- It’s A Boy
9PM
The Posies – Flood Of Sunshine
Sneetches- How Does It Feel
Bonnie Prince Billy- God’s Small Song
BIbio- Ambivalence Avenue
Coralie Clement- Bye Bye Beautie
Richard Walters – Brittle bones
Comsat Angels- Dark Parade
Yo La Tengo – Ohm
Pascal Pinon – Þerney (One Thing)
Red House Painters – Shock Me (live On Kcrw)
The Republic Tigers – Buildings & Mountains

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