Jim Carroll

Music, Life and everything else

Now Playing – what’s playing on the OTR jukebox this week

Jessie Ware “Devotion” (PMR) Splendid slo-mo, soulful works of art from the lady who could have been a football hack and should have won the Mercury Music Prize. Album streaming in full here, samples below. Wave Machines “Ill Fit” (Neapolitan) …

Fri, Nov 9, 2012, 08:36

   

Jessie Ware “Devotion” (PMR)

Splendid slo-mo, soulful works of art from the lady who could have been a football hack and should have won the Mercury Music Prize. Album streaming in full here, samples below.

Wave Machines “Ill Fit” (Neapolitan)

Finger-poppin’ good vibes from the Liverpool band’s forthcoming second album “Pollen”

Robert Plant “Satan, Your Kingdom Must Come Down” (Rounder)

The theme tune to Boss, the US TV series with Kelsey “Frasier” Grammar as the mayor of Chicago. Also stars Hannah Ware, Jessie’s sister.

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Mor Thiam “Ayo Ayo Nene”

Senegalese drummer (and Akon’s dad) Mor Thiam produced this gloriously hypnotic groove back in 1973.

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Beck “Where It’s At” (Geffen)

Two turntables, a microphone, the Dust Brothers at the controls and Beck at full throttle.

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