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The 47th Uncut Playlist Of 2013

The 47th Uncut Playlist Of 2013
John Mulvey

The last playlist of 2013, I think, and – as you’ll see – a bunch of faithful retainers slipping back in with 2014 releases. Not sure I can believe I’m ending the year with an embedded video of Tears For Fears covering Animal Collective, but there you go.

There should be one more blog to come, actually, if I have a chance to write a review of tonight’s Waterboys gig. If anyone’s seen them on this “Fisherman’s Blues” tour and can report back today, I’d be very interested to hear from you.

In the meantime, all the best for the solstice and so on. Sending you my love, and a bang on the ear…

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1 Hauschka – Abandoned City (City Slang)

2 D Charles Speer & The Helix – Doubled Exposure (Thrill Jockey)

3 Hans Chew – Life And Love (At The Helm)

4 Hiss Golden Messenger – London Exodus (Paradise Of Bachelors)

5 Various Artists – Acid Arab Collections (Versatile)

6 Angel Olsen – Burn Your Fire For No Witness (Jagjaguwar)

7 ?

8 Metronomy – Love Letters (Because)

9 Chet Baker – Quintette (Boplicity)

10 Neko Case – The Worse Things Get, The Harder I Fight, The Harder I Fight, The More I Love (Anti-)

11 Benmont Tench – Blonde Girl, Blue Dress (Blue Note)

12 Robert Ellis – Only Lies (New West)

13 The War On Drugs – Lost In The Dream (Secretly Canadian)

14 Neneh Cherry – Blank Project (Smalltown Supersound)

15 Hiss Golden Messenger – Bad Debt (Paradise Of Bachelors)

16 Tears For Fears – My Girls (www.tearsforfears.com)

17 Drive By Truckers – English Oceans (ATO)

18 Ryley Walker – The West Wind (Tompkins Square)

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