Cass Browne - Gorillaz

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June 13, 2011

Time: 1:09am

“Sorry, I’ll Play That Again…..”

Cass Browne plays a variety of tracks and tunes from a box of records he found in a skip many years ago. These include gorgeous selections from Nancy Sinatra, The Shangri-Las, Toots and The Maytals, Ian Dury, Lee Dorsey, Sanford Clark, Ream Daranoi, Lee Perry and and a nifty little turn from The Clash. Many of the songs are very, very old. He knows that. But he does now realise that, as much as he loves these records dearly, it might be time to by some new ones.

He is helped along in places by his 5-year old godson Jimi Nicholls.

Show recorded by Morgan Nicholls

Tracklisting:

Pipeline – Johnny Thunders
Chick Habit – April March
Down The Road Apiece – The Rolling Stones
Brown Eyed Handsome Man – Chuck Berry
She’s Got It - Little Richard
A Legal Matter – The Who
Be My Baby – The Ronettes
Out in The Streets – The Shangri-Las
Fai Yen – Ream Daranoi
Phaedra finds the boy on the dolphin – The Lionel Newman Orchestra.
Sundown, Sundown – Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazelwood
Son of a Gun – Sanford Clark
Dama Dam Mas Qalandar – M. Ashraf (featuring Ahmed Rushdi)
Letter to Hermione – David Bowie
I Live of You - X- Ray Spex
Goodbye Toulouse – The Stranglers
Apples – Ian Dury
Safe European Home – The Clash
Sweet n’ Dandy - Toots and The Maytals
The Bleechers – Check Him Out
Do Re Mi – Lee Dorsey
Stone Free - Jimi Hendrix
I Don’t Want To Grow Up – Tom Waits





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