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The Far Side – playlist for Tuesday January 27

As played on The Far Side, Phantom 105.2, Tuesday January 27, 10pm-midnight The new tunes on last night’s show from Arcade Fire, Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings, Beirut, Antony (with The National’s Bryce Dessner), The Books & Jose Gonzalez …

Wed, Jan 28, 2009, 09:38

   

As played on The Far Side, Phantom 105.2, Tuesday January 27, 10pm-midnight

The new tunes on last night’s show from Arcade Fire, Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings, Beirut, Antony (with The National’s Bryce Dessner), The Books & Jose Gonzalez and TV On The Radio’s David Sitek came from “Dark Was the Night”, the indie blockbuster double-CD due on February 20 with all proceeds going to the Red Hot, the organisation dedicated to fighting AIDS through pop culture. More info on the release and full track listing here

The Phantom Band “Folk Song Oblivion” (Chemikal Underground
Arcade Fire “Lenin” (4AD)
Crystal Stilts “Departure” (Angular)
Crystal Antlers “Vexation” (Touch & Go)
Titus Andronicus “My Time Outside the Womb” (Merok)
Wavves “Wavves” (De Stijl)
Santogold/Lil Wayne “Unstoppable” (Atlantic)
Jay Electronica “Exhibit A (Transformations)” (Guitar Center)
Mos Def “Quiet Dog” (Downtown)
Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings “Inspiration Information” (4AD)
Micachu & The Shapes “Golden Phone” (Accidental)
Beirut “Mimizan” (4AD)
Antony & Bryce Dessner “I Was Young When I Left Home” (4AD)
Evan Voytas “I Live This Life Here For You” (Own label)
Imelda May “It’s Your Voodoo Working” (Blue Thumb)
Bruce Springsteen “My Lucky Day” (Columbia)
Fever Ray “I’m Not Done” (Rabid)
The Books & Jose Gonzalez “Cello Song” (4AD)
David Sitek “With A Girl Like You” (4AD)
Duke Ellington “Moonbow” (Reprise)
Nina Simone “Wild Is The Wind” (Verve)
Nico Muhly “The Only Tune (III)” (Bedroom Community)
Hauschka “Waiting for the Bus” (Fat Cat/130701)
Soap & Skin “Sleep” (Couch)
Katie Kim “Beautiful Human” (Artbeat 2008)
Alex Turner “A Choice Of Three” (Azuli)
Tenaka “Alaskan” (Own label)
Bon Iver “Woods” (Jagjaguwar)