The Full “Unorthodox Easter” Catastrophe – Playlist April 18 2009

In TFC on April 18, 2009 at 12:47 pm

Hi there pop-pickers.  On a night made for lovers, St Kilda supporters and lovers of high-grade cooking sherry, TFC yet again went no one has ever gone….withoutt well, not without some strife.  Plus ca change, plus les meme chose … filthy swines.

Anyhow, let’s clear the table and set up the Monopoly board and reveal the playlist.


Hot Mess – Sam Sparro

What Do You Want – Adam Faith

Adam Faith was a heart throb singer in Britain in the 60s who later found fame as an actor.  He was a sort of Cliff Richard type, who looked like he actually had sex on a regular basis.  No offence Cliff. Have a look him here as a singer 

Lose The Delusion – Tism

Bring It On Back – Edwyn Collins

A much under rated Scottish singer who had one hit with “A Girl Like That” and who can give some Eurovision trash a run for its money

Feel The Love – Cut Copy

Where The Wild Roses Go – Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds plus Kylie

Musical Cabbage #3 – Paul Kelly

I must admit it took me a while to “get”Paul Kelly.  I guess it was about the length of time it took for me to “get Australia.  After being here for 21 years, I am now a fully paid up member of PK’s admiration society.  Songs of depth, wit and observation.  Sometimes sweet, sometimes provocative.

Sweet Guy

Leaps & Bounds

Look Fine, Feel So Low

Casanova – Gisela

The truly appalling Andorran entry from last year’s Eurovision Song Contest. No redeeming qualities at all! Harsh, yes.  Honest, yes. Truthful, you bet your sweet bippy.  Here’s what Gisela  looks like.

Last Of The Red Hot Lovers – Lee Adam Wilshier

Power To The People – John Lennon

Fool On The Hill – Ausculate

Returning A Gift – Bob Newhart

Emu Dance – Galapagos Duck

The Music That Makes Me Dance – Mark Fuller

Vorsicht, Vorsicht – Gotz Alsmann

Kid Inside – David Campbell

Moonlight Feels Right – Starbuck

Galiku – Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu

Pick Up The Pieces – Average White Band

Express Your Freedom Anticapella


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