Bobby Gillespie


June 08, 2011

Time: 2:30pm

In the controlled world of the music business where money rules and everybody loves a winner no matter how crap their music is it’s a very rare thing for anyone to have a vision beyond that and a feeling for art/artists and what can really be achieved through the medium of rock and roll.  For me, amongst other things, Rock and Roll = freedom & imagination. It means trying things when maybe there’s a chance you’re gonna fall flat on your face and make a fool of yourself. It means sticking your neck out and taking a chance on something you believe in. I think starting your own radio station is a great idea; it’s a mission statement, a declaration of independence, a breakaway from the conformist garbage that passes for commercial radio pumping out mind- rot distraction 24/7.  And most of all it should be F-U-N!!  We need a place where underground sounds/ideas/opinions can be heard, somewhere where the play list isn’t dictated by big money but by how good the music is. So, it was a pleasure to be asked by the people at Domino Records to host my own radio show and to have the freedom to play exactly what i wanted on Domino Radio.  I hope you have as much fun listening to the show as I had making it.


Tim Rose – Morning Dew
Subway Sect – Nobody’s Scared
The Poets – That’s The Way It’s Got To Be
Teddy and his Patches – Suzy Cream Cheese
Patti Smith – Piss Factory
Marianne Faithfull – Counting
Laura Nyro & Labelle – The Bells
The Sweet Inspirations – Oh What A Fool I’ve Been
George Perkins and the Silver Stars – Crying in the streets
Tim Hardin – Tribute to Hank Williams
Wait and See - Lee Hazlewood
Jonny Ace – Pledging My Love
Crazy Horse - I Don’t Want To Talk About It
Skip Spence – Broken Heart
Skip Spence – War and Peace
David Crosby – Song with No Name
The Paris Sisters – I Love How You Love Me
Dion – Baby Lets Stick Together
Mink De Ville – Spanish stroll
The Girls – Chico’s Girl
Nico - I’m Not Saying
Link Wray – Girl from the North Country
Dr Feelgood – Down at the Doctors
Link Wray – Good Rockin' Tonight
Jonny Thunders & the Heartbreakers– Chinese Rocks
Paris Sisters – Dream Lover

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About Domino Radio

In the spirit of such stand-alone broadcasting giants as Radio Caroline, John Peel Show, Rinse FM, The World Service and Woman's Hour - and dispensing with such orthodoxies as playlists and compliance - Domino Radio commences transmission on June 6th 2011, for a week of non-stop music, conversation and good times.

Presented by Domino's international roster of artists, along with friends and neighbours from the worldwide independent music community, Domino Radio will host a dynamic schedule loaded with individuality, free expression and all manner of sounds from around the world.


What songs do you want hear? What is the radio of your imagination? We're listening to you here at 87.7fm. Get in touch!