Wild Mercury Sound on Spotify

So this is pretty amazing. On yesterday's blog, Paul McLoughlin asked me to put our playlists onto Spotify, and I rolled out my usual excuses. Nick Watt, however, decided to take matters into his own hands, and consequently, Wild Mercury Sound now seems to be on Spotify.

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So this is pretty amazing. On yesterday’s blog, Paul McLoughlin asked me to put our playlists onto Spotify, and I rolled out my usual excuses. Nick Watt, however, decided to take matters into his own hands, and consequently, Wild Mercury Sound now seems to be on Spotify.



In case you missed Nick’s post, it’s worth copying here: “OK to keep you lot happy here are the first ten Wild Mercury Sound Playlists as a Spotify Playlist http://bit.ly/jLzUxa. It’s a collaborative playlist so feel free to add to it if you’ve found something interesting to share on Spotify that you thinks other fans of John’s column may like…Please don’t abuse it. I’ll try and have a crack at the next 10 over the weekend, however the more up-to-date I get the less albums will be available as a lot of playlist albums are pre-release copies…Enjoy.”

My huge thanks to Nick for sorting this out. Let me know what you’ve all been digging on these lists, can you? I’d be very interested to hear, as ever.

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