Uncut Playlist 28, 2011

A bunch of Roy Harper reissues seem to be dominating this rundown, justifiably I guess, but hopefully you can spot some other interesting stuff in here…

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A bunch of Roy Harper reissues seem to be dominating this rundown, justifiably I guess, but hopefully you can spot some other interesting stuff in here…



1 Levon Helm – Take Me To The River 1978-1982 (Raven)

2 Lindsey Buckingham – Seeds We Sow (Eagle Rock)

3 Part Wild Horses Mane On Both Sides – Poisson (MIE)

4 Cant – Dreams Come True (Warp)

5 Roy Harper – Flat Baroque And Berserk (Believe)

6 The Stepkids – The Stepkids (Stones Throw)

7 Wilco – The Whole Love (dBpm)

8 Purling Hiss – Lounge Lizards (Mexican Summer)

9 Blitzen Trapper – American Goldwing (Sub Pop)

10 A Winged Victory For The Sullen – A Winged Victory For The Sullen (Erased Tapes)

11 Roy Harper – Bullinamingvase (Believe)

12 Charalambides – Exile (Kranky)

13 Little Roy – Battle For Seattle (Ark)

14 Mungolian Jetset – Schlungs (Smalltown Supersound)

15 Laura Marling – A Creature I Don’t Know (Virgin)

16 Roy Harper – Sophisticated Beggar (Believe)

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