Radiohead Drummer Goes Solo

Phil Selway records tracks for charity album

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Video footage of Radiohead drummer Phil Selway singing at a gig in London has been posted online ahead of his debut solo release.

Selway has written one and sung on two songs for ‘7 Worlds Collide: The Sun Came Out’ – a charity album put together by Neil Finn.

The drummer sang the tracks at a gig in Dingwalls in London last week (August 11) to promote the album and videos of the performance have appeared on YouTube.

It has been reported that Selway will record his own solo album in September.

‘7 Worlds Collide: The Sun Came Out’ is out on August 31 and includes contributions from KT Tunstall, Johnny Marr and Jeff Tweedy and Glenn Kotche from Wilco.

The full tracklisting is:

1. Too Blue – (written by Johnny Marr/Jeff Tweedy), vocals Neil Finn/Johnny Marr and featuring Ed O’Brien, Phil Selway (Radiohead) and Glenn Kotche/ (Wilco)
2. You Never Know – (written by Jeff Tweedy), vocals Jeff Tweedy (Wilco)
3. Little By Little – (written by Sharon Finn/Neil Finn), vocals Sharon Finn and Neil Finn
4. Learn To Crawl – (written by Ed O’Brien/Johnny Marr/Liam Finn/Neil Finn), vocals Neil Finn
5. Girl Make Your Own Mind Up – (written by Don McGlashan), vocals Don McGlashan, featuring Glenn Kotche (Wilco), Ed O’Brien (Radiohead), Jeff Tweedy (Wilco)
6. Hazel Black – (written by KT Tunstall/Neil Finn), vocals KT Tunstall
7. Red Wine Bottle – (written by Liam Finn/Chris Garland/Johnny Marr), vocals Liam Finn
8. Black Silk Ribbon – (written by KT Tunstall/Bic Runga), vocals KT Tunstall and Bic Runga
9. Run In The Dust – (written by Johnny Marr), vocals Johnny Marr
10. The Ties That Bind Us – (written by Phil Selway), vocals Phil Selway (Radiohead)
11. What Could Have Been – (written by Jeff Tweedy), vocals Jeff Tweedy (Wilco)
12. Duxton Blues – (written by Glenn Richards), vocals Glenn Richards featuring Johnny Marr and Neil Finn
13. Reptile – (written by Lisa Germano), vocals Lisa Germano, featuring Glenn Kotche (Wilco), Neil Finn

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