The Reviews Editor’s iPod

A tremendous amount of proofreading this afternoon, and we haven't had much time to go through new releases, or write proper blogs. So here are the 36 songs that have just been played on John Robinson's bulging iPod. One of those shuffle sessions that turn out to work rather well, I reckon...

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A tremendous amount of proofreading this afternoon, and we haven’t had much time to go through new releases, or write proper blogs. So here are the 36 songs that have just been played on John Robinson’s bulging iPod. One of those shuffle sessions that turn out to work rather well, I reckon…



1. Mary Margaret O’Hara – You Will Be Loved Again
2. Bob Dylan – Forever Young (Continued)
3. Bert Jansch – Strolling Down The Highway
4. Neil Young – Organ Solo
5. The Kinks – Dead End Street
6. Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks – Sheets
7. Ornette Coleman – Change Of The Century
8. Pylon – Danger
9. Gram Parsons – Cash On The Barrel
10. John Coltrane – Acknowledgement
11. Bach – Violin Partita #1 In B Minor
12. Ringo Starr – Beaucoups Of Blues
13. The Byrds – You’re Still On My Mind
14. Dexys Midnight Runners – Keep It
15. The Damned – Antipope
16. Nico – Lawns Of Dawns
17. Don Armando’s Second Avenue Rumba Band – I’m An Indian Too
18. The Beastie Boys – Gratitude
19. Holy Fuck – Safari
20. Genaro Salinas _ La Numero Cien
21. Bruce Springsteen – Open All Night
22. Squirrel Bait – Short Straw Wins
23. The Groop – Wonder Why
24. Robert Plant & Alison Krauss – Stick With Me Baby
25. Blue Oyster Cult – 7 Screaming Diz-Busters
26. The Walkmen – Bows + Arrows
27. Bob Dylan – Goodbye Holly
28. Michael Garrick Trio – Moonscape
29. Bert Jansch – Smokey River
30. Blue Oyster Cult – A Fact About Sneakers
31. Jonathan Richman – South American Folk Song
32. The Groop – I Just Don’t Know How To Say Goodbye
33. Von Sudenfed – The Young, The Faceless And The Codes
34. Richard Thompson – Sunset Song
35. The Flying Burrito Brothers – Cody Cody
36. The Grateful Dead – Cosmic Charlie

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