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Saturday, 11 July 2020

Isolation Mix Fourteen

Isolation Mix 14 or Songs The Lord Sabre Taught Us. Fourteen songs, an hour and a quarter mix of records played by Andrew Weatherall. Most of them, not quite all but most, I heard first because he included them in a set or a mix on the internet or one of his radio shows, for 6 Mix or Music's Not For Everyone, or he referred to them in an interview. The quality of the songs and the breadth of genres and styles tells you everything you need to know about his taste and ear for a tune. The selection of songs here spans 1956 to 2019 and covers rockabilly, blues, 60s modbeat, post- punk, weird southern blues/ rock/ gumbo, 80s dance and proto- house, krautrock, Paisley Underground guitar heroics, 21st century fuzz rockers and electro- cosmische funkers, ambient- drone, avant- disco and a 70s country tinged ballad. Something for everyone.

Cowboys International: The ‘No’ Tune
James Luther Dickinson: O How She Dances
Wayne Walker: All I Can Do Is Cry
The Animals: Outcast
Johnny Jenkins: Walk On Gilded Splinters
The Dream Syndicate: John Coltrane Stereo Blues
Crocodiles: Foolin’ Around
Liaisons Dangereuses: Los Ninos Del Parque
Fujiya & Miyagi: Extended Dance Mix
La Dusseldorf: Rheinita
AMOR: Paradise
Piano Fantasia: Song For Denise (Maxi Version)
Rich Ruth: Coming Down
Donnie Fritts: We Had It All


Walter said...

Another great mix to start into weekend

drew said...

As Walter said above

Jake Sniper said...

Looking forward to hearing this later on.

Swiss Adam said...

Jeff Barratt just like it on Twitter. Freaks me out when that kind of thing happens.

Anonymous said...

Another blinding mix, Adam. I didn't follow many of Andrew Weatherall's online sets or radio interviews so most of these songs were first time listens. He had a real knack for unearthing songs that have been overlooked, underplayed or forgotten. Even the ones I am familiar with, e.g. Fujiya & Miyagi, work really well in the mix. Great stuff! Cheers, Khayem

Tom W said...

Thoroughly enjoyed that. Thanks for curating and mixing.