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10 Songs: Monday, April 27th, 2015


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1 – Rehab – Amy Winehouse – four years after her death, Amy is timeless on this great song which bypasses irony because it is so good,and so catchy, that its frothy good nature can’t be depressed by a nightmare and uncontrollable addiction – A

2 – Ong Ong – Blur – I am getting round to reviewing the new album, I was gonna do it yesterday and ran out of time, but when I do I will call this track the most fun on the album, (I will also sneer at the UK critics overreaction, though that goes without saying) – A

3 – Over My Head – Alabama Shakes – I gave the album a paragraph last week, and I stand by it, but songs like this Gospel-y charmer that ends the album makes we wanna write more – A

4 – Heavy Metal And Reflective – Azealia Banks – Down to counting the days till her Irving Plaza gig (fifteen), this has a teutonic beat and a metallic sting to it and it rocks but in place. She really is one of the best rappers around – A

5 – You Stole The Sun From My Heart – Some bloke commented that this isn’t a love song, it is about Nicky’s hatred of touring. God I hope not – A-

6 – Looks Like Rain – Passion Pit – I am beginning to wonder if I got this guy I love this song so much – A

7 – Deja Vu – Giorgio Moroder – Sia’s best moment since “Titanium”, maybe ever, gives the character to Moroder’s magic metronome – A-

8 – Bring Him Home – Josh Groban – My friend Roger Arnold on Groban: ” I cannot STAND his staccato tremolo. It’s supposed to be delivered from the diaphragm, a sweet tail on the note like BBs vibrato. His is like a kid making machine gun noises.But he is funny.”

9 – The Glamourous Life – Sheena Easton – This is one from the days when Prince had the magic touch, a puccussion dream of a track – A

10 – Meme – Brand New – Terrific headbanger of a rocker, moves fast and furious all the way through – A


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