Jim Carroll

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The (very last) Far Side on Phantom FM – playlist for November 6

As played on the last ever Far Side, Phantom 105.2, Tuesday November 6. That’s all from us on Phantom, folks. It’s been a fantastic experience to do a weekly radio show so thanks to everyone who has tuned into the …

Wed, Nov 7, 2012, 09:59

   

As played on the last ever Far Side, Phantom 105.2, Tuesday November 6. That’s all from us on Phantom, folks. It’s been a fantastic experience to do a weekly radio show so thanks to everyone who has tuned into the show over the last four years (or the other shows I did on the station for the two years before that) and who dug what they heard.

Far Side bonus: for those who missed the show (and thanks to the anonymous donor who taped these from the radio old school-style), here’s hour one and hour two

Bruce Springsteen “Born to Run” (CBS)
KRS One “Sound Of the Police” (Jive)
House Of Pain “Jump Around” (Tommy Boy)
Jay-Z “Dirt Off Your Shoulder” (Def Jam)
Jay-Z/Kanye West “Niggas In Paris” (Roc-A-Fella)
Kanye West “All of the Lights” (Roc-A-Fella)
Los Miticos del Ritmo “Otro Muerde El Polvo” (Soundway)
Hackney Colliery Band “Prodigy Medley” (Wah Wah)
Hot 8 Brass Band “Ghost Town” (Tru Thoughts)
Brassroots “Good Life” (White)
El Michels Affair “Shimmy Shimmy Ya” (Fatbeats)
Prince Fatty “Shimmy Shimmy Ya” (Mr Bongo)
The Roots/Erykah Badu “You Got Me” (MCA)
John Boutte “Treme Song” (Geffen)
Professor Longhair “Big Chief” (Watch)
Aaron Neville “Hercules” (A&M)
Dawson Smith “I Don’t Know If I Can Make It” (Original Roadshow)
Vicki Anderson “Message From the Soul Sisters” (People)
Lyn Christopher “Take Me With You” (Paramount)
The Intruders “Hang On In There” (Philadelphia International)
Gloria Lynne “Speaking of Happiness” (Fontana)
Soak “Sea Creatures” (White)
Fleet Foxes “White Winter Hymnal” (Sub Pop)
Lisa Hannigan/Faultline “Couldn’t Have Loved You More” (White)
Nina Simone “Wild Is the Wind” (Verve)
Fairfield Four & Elvis Costello “That Day Is Done” (Word)
Jerry Lee Lewis “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” (Mercury)

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