Uncut Playlist 42, 2011

If you’re following on Twitter @JohnRMulvey, you’ve probably already got wind of a few of these, but the 2012 albums are really rolling in…

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If you’re following on Twitter @JohnRMulvey, you’ve probably already got wind of a few of these, but the 2012 albums are really rolling in…



Howlin Rain, Lambchop, Lindstrøm, Windy & Carl etc. Please check out the Endless Boogie and Leonard Cohen links, too; worth a listen.

1 The Lemonheads – Laughing All The Way To The Cleaners: The Best Of (Rhino)

2 Gruff Rhys – Atheist Xmas EP (Turnstile)

3 Lambchop – Mr M (City Slang)

4 The Roots – Undun (Def Jam)

5 Harpers Bizarre – Feelin’ Groovy: Deluxe Expanded Mono Edition (Now Sounds)

6 Leonard Cohen – Show Me The Place (Columbia)

7 Leonard Cohen – Dear Heather (Columbia)

8 Endless Boogie – Live In Paris (Youtube)

9 Howlin Rain – The Russian Wilds (American)

10 Suzanne Ciani – Lixiviation (Finders Keepers)

11 Mad River – Paradise Bar And Grill (Capitol)

12 Lindstrøm – Six Cups Of Rebel (Smalltown Supersound)

13 Windy & Carl – We Will Always Be (Kranky)

14 Isaac Hayes – New Horizon (BBR)

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