Midnight Campfire playlist 4 Feb
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posted on February 4th, 2015

Here’s the playlist for last night’s episode of Chris T-T’s Midnight Campfire, which was show #23. I’ll link to audio as soon as it’s up online…

This week started and ended with songs called ‘Everybody Knows’ and I have no idea what happened in between…

Divine Comedy – Everybody Knows (A Secret History, Setanta)
Esme Patterson – Never Chase A Man (Woman To Woman, Xtra Mile Recordings)
Francois & The Atlas Mountains – Volcan (Lhomme Tranquil, Domino)
Tobias Ben Jacob & Lukas Drinkwater – Burning Low, Folkstock)
Grasscut – Curlews (Lo Recordings)
Napoleon III – This Is My Call To Arms (In Debt To, Brainlove Records)
Bruce Springsteen – Johnny 99 (Nebraska, Columbia)
Ewan MacColl – To The Begging I Will Go (The Manchester Angel, Topic)
Crazy Arm – A Pocketful Of Gold (The Southern Wild, Xtra Mile Recordings)
Grace Petrie – Deliver Us From Evil (Love Is My Rebellion, self-release)
Matt Creer – North Northwest (The Leeward Side, self-release)
John Coltrane – Naima (Giant Steps, Atlantic)
Tobias Jesso Jr – How Could You Babe (Goon, self-release)
* Kelly Oliver – Caledonia (This Land, Folkstock)

Courtney Barnett – Pedestrian At Best
(Sometimes I Sit And Think, Sometimes I Just Sit, Marathon)
Chip Taylor – Sleep With Open Windows (The Little Prayers Trilogy, Train Wreck)
Panda Bear – Tropic Of Cancer (Panda Bear Meets The Grim Reaper, Domino)
Harry Harris – Kandinsky Was A Synaesthete (Songs About Other People, WildSound)
Bethia Beadman – Lady London (Chinatown, Roselie Records)
Lazy Heart Parade – The Best Defence Is All Out Attack
(Anthology III compilation, Folkroom)
The Jamie Freeman Agreement – Key Of Me (100 Miles From Town, Union Music Store)
Sarah Proudfoot – Mind Games (Let It Slide, self-release)
Arab Strap – Turbulence (Chemikal Underground)
J.J. Cale – Chains Of Love (To Tulsa And Back, Capitol)
Nick Drake – Fly (Bryter Layter, Island)
Leonard Cohen – Everybody Knows (I’m Your Man, Sony)

* this week’s Campfire Songbook entry, suggested by Ange and Dave in Manchester – and Lucy in Brighton – was Dougie MacLean’s Caledonia. Greg in Portslade had requested some more Kelly Oliver, so I combined the two and played her version.

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