KIT Records Radio Show

I recently spent a lovely Sunday afternoon playing some records on NTS Live with Richard Greenan of KIT Records.

Ed Gillett – aka Shape Worship – ambled into the studio to give me a hand this week, armed with a giant bag of freshly rummaged vinyl. Soon he was uprooting wires and plugging in frankly baffling slabs of LED-encrusted equipment. Minimal chat on this one – I was gobsmacked most of the time, but still pulled myself together to offset Ed’s professionalism with a few slip-ups. Highlights include the wonderfully fluid Acid Arab / Dolo Percussion bit by Ed, and the mournful spirituals we bounced back and forth. Also notable: “Jumbo Mixed Grill” by The Nag’s Head caused a Somali man to burst into the studio and dance around holding a can of Idris. Tracklist headache.

Listen to the show here

Bob Dylan – Tell Me That It Isn’t True
Spacemen 3 – Big City (Everybody I Know Can Be Found Here)
John Fahey – Sligo River Blues
Moussa Doumbia – Menebo Nden
Lord Invader – Ten Thousand To Bar Me One
Bukka White – Baby Please Don’t Go
Dean Blunt – The Narcissist
Lucky Dragons – Lip Reading
Cachao – Descarga Cubana
Baligh Hamdi – Esmaouni
Acid Arab – Acid Arab Theme
Dolo Percussion – Dolo 4
Kit / oMMM – intro
Yaaard – I Want You Too
Golden Teacher – Double Bump
Tom Noble – Malaco (excerpt)
Moondog – Be a Hobo
Paul Robeson – Curly Headed Baby
Northern Harmony – I’ve Been In The Storm So Long
Doris Troy – What’cha Gonna Do About It
Art Blakey – You Don’t Know What Love Is
The Flamingos – I Only Have Eyes For You
Edith Piaf – Mon Dieu
Sun Ra – Call For All Demons
The Nag’s Head – Jumbo Mixed Grill
Archie Pelago – Avocado Roller
Igor Jadranin – Blue Phase
Shape Worship – Seaglass
Mazhar ve Fuat – Seviyorum Seni Can‡m
??? – ???
Mike Auldridge – Greensleeves
Edmundo Ros – London Is The Place For Me