Tuesday, May 15, 2007

May 14, 2007 Playlist w/ Host Bob Dubrow

The re-scheduled interview with great longtime Fairport Convention drummer Dave Mattacks took place today. Dave has a wide-ranging discography thanks to session work for various artists' albums over the last 40 years, and so we chatted about his history in music while playing tracks on which he had a part (except for one, the Mike Heron song below from an album on which DM did play...however, Dave wanted to hear the one with Keith Moon on drums , Pete Townshend on guitar, Ronnie Lane on bass, and John Cale on viola). I have to say it was as fine a time as I've spent hosting a guest (Joe Boyd was great too last month). Thanks DM! Now time to see if I can snag the one and only Richard Thompson next month when he comes to town...that'd be a nifty UK folk rock trifecta, doncha' think?

1. Fairport Convention - "Reynardine" (Liege & Lief 1969)
2. Paul McCartney - "All Shook Up" (Run Devil Run 1999)
3. Mike Heron - "Warm Heart Pastry" (Smiling Men With Bad Reputations 1971)
4. Richard Thompson - "Fully Qualified to Be Your Man" (Action Packed: Best of the Capitol Years 2001)
5. Mickey Jupp - "Brother Doctor, Sister Nurse" (Juppanese 1978)
6. Sandy Denny - "For Shame of Doing Wrong" (1977 from Gold Dust: Live at the Royalty Theatre 1998)
7. Kate & Anna McGarrigle - "Naufragee Du Tendre (Shipwrecked)" (Dancer With Bruised Knees 1977)
8. The Albion Dance Band - "Froggie's First Jump/Beetle in the Wine" (Shuffle Off! 1983)
9. Steeleye Span - "Well Done Liar!" (Bedlam Born 2000)
10. Richard Thompson and Danny Thompson - "Sweetheart on the Barricade" (Industry 1997)
11. George Harrison - "Blood From a Clone" (Somewhere in England 1981)
12. Jethro Tull - "Living in the Past" (A Little Light Music 1992)
13. XTC - "My Bird Performs" (Nonsuch 1992)
14. Philip Pickett and Richard Thompson - "Chi Passa Per Sta Strada " (Bones of All Men 1998)
15. Nick Drake - "Hazey Jane I" (Bryter Layter 1970)
16. Loudon Wainwright III - "The Back Nine" (More Love Songs 1986)


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