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Audiogramme du mercredi 9 Mars 2016

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1. Moondog – Bird’s Lament
2. Jacques Higelin – Quand J’improvise Sur Mon Piano
3. Pierre Barouh – Le Tour Du Monde
4. Serge Gainsbourg – New York USA
5. Los Zafiros – Bossa Cubana
6. Booker T & The MG’s – Hip Hug Her
7. B.B. King – Blind Love
8. King Curtis – Memphis Soul Stew
9. David Bowie – I Can’t Help Thinking About Me
10. Lesley Gore – It’s My Party
11. The Yardbirds – For Your Love
12. Donovan – Hey Gyp (Dig The Slowness)
13. Small Faces – Watcha Gonna Do About It
14. Canned Heat – Rollin’ and Tumblin’
15. Howard Tate – Look At Granny Run Run
16. Lee Dorsey – Get Out My Life Woman
17. Esther Phillips – And I love him
18. Diamond Joe – Don’t Set Me Back
19. Ramsey Lewis Trio – The “In” Crowd
20. Les McCann & Eddie Harris – Compared to What

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Audiogramme du lundi 29 Fevrier 2016

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1. The Folk Implosion – Wet Stuff [Instrumental] Satie Remixed
2. Bachar Mar-Khalifé – Ya Nas
3. Talking Heads – The Book I Read
4. David Bowie – Boys Keep Swinging
5. The Stooges – T.V. Eye
6. Mars – Helen Fordsdale
7. St. Vincent – Emotional Rescue (Rolling Stones)
8. Thelma Houston – 96 Tears
9. Dee Dee Warwick – Suspicious Minds
10. The Ink Spots – Address Unknown
11. Lissie – Wild West
12. Old Man Canyon – Hollow Tree
13. Pinegrove – Cadmium
14. Tusk – Dull Ache
15. Roxy Music – For Your Pleasure

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Audiogramme du vendredi 26 Fevrier 2016

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1. The Doors – Love Street
2. John Lennon – Remember
3. ? & The Mysterians – 96 Tears
4. The Velvet Underground – Sweet Jane
5. Talking Heads – Warning Sign
6. Ronnie Spector – Try Some By Some
7. T-Rex/Marc Bolan – 20th Century Boy
8. Steve Forbert – Big City Cat
9. The Rolling Stones – We Love You
10. Roxy Music – 2HB
11. Bruce Springsteen – It’s Hard To Be A Saint In The City
12. Stevie Wonder – Fingertips Pt.2
13. Blondie – Rip Her To Shreds
14. Bob Seger – Beautiful Loser
15. David Bowie – Yassassin
16. The Staple Singers – Tellin’ Lies

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Audiogramme du lundi 8 Fevrier 2016

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1. Mulatu Astatke and The Heliocentrics – Chinese New Year
2. The Platters – On A Slow Boat To China
3. Frank Sinatra – It Was A Very Good Year
4. Tori Amos – Pretty Good Year
5. Jeff Buckley – New Year’s Prayer
6. Noah and The Whale – Still After All These Years
7. Men Without Hats – Living In China
8. Japan – Visions Of China
9. Iggy Pop – China Girl
10. David Bowie – Golden Years (1999 Remastered Version)
11. The Doobie Brothers – China Grove
12. Curtis Mayfield – This Year
13. Indochine – Mao Boy (Oli De Sat – No Future Mix)
14. Nino Ferrer – Mao et Moa
15. Serge Gainsbourg – Mickey Maousse
16. Joan As Police Woman – New Year’s Day

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Audiogramme du lundi 1er Fevrier 2016

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1. Slim Gaillard – Sploghm
2. Harry Nilsson – The Puppy Song
3. The Living Sisters – How Are You Doing?
4. Meiko – Boys With Girlfriends
5. The Staple Singers – The Weight
6. James and The Drifters – Get the Spirit
7. of Montreal – Jimmy (MIA Cover)
8. Millie – My Boy Lollipop
9. Sly & Robbie – Billie Jean (Michael Jackson)
10. Mirwaïs – Naive Song
11. Chairlift – Crying in Public
12. Her – Her
13. Dev Hynes and Connan Mockasin – La Fat Fur
14. Iggy and The Stooges – Gimme Danger
15. EL VY – Let’s Dance (David Bowie)
16. David Bowie – Heroes (Live Acoustic)

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Audiogramme du lundi 25 Janvier 2016

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1. James Murphy – Golden Years (Instrumental David Bowie cover)
2. James Murphy – Birthday Song
3. The Mills Brothers – You Always Hurt The One You Love
4. Van Morrison – Moondance [Jazz Version]
5. The Newbeats – Bread And Butter
6. The Shortwave Set – Glitches N Bugs
7. The Shins – Black Wave
8. Philip Oakey and Giorgio Moroder – Together In Electric Dreams (With Giorgio Moroder)
9. The Apples In Stereo – Dance Floor
10. Safar – Wa Namshi
11. Songhoy Blues – Kashmir
12. Arcade Fire – Reflektor
13. TV On The Radio – Province
14. David Bowie – ‘Heroes’/’Helden’
15. ARO – I Can Change (LCD Soundsystem)

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David Bowie RIP

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La nécrologie du “Guardian” à propos de l’artiste anglais, mort à 69 ans.

L’hommage de Jarvis Cocker, chanteur du groupe Pulp:

“He was like an umbrella for people who felt a bit different. Bowie was like a like a lighthouse that guided those people and made them feel it was alright to be different, to try things out and dye your hair and wear strange clothes. I think people feel it very personally because he was very important in how people grew up.

“I do think it’s quite amazing that he put this record out and managed to keep it secret that he was ill. People should watch that ‘Blackstar’ video and listen to that song. It’s like he’s saying goodbye to everybody, he’s controlling it.

“We can all talk about David Bowie. I think the best thing to do on this day would be to listen to him, and to watch films of him and just see what a fantastic artist he was and how many different guises he had, and the incredible amount of work that he did.

“Obviously it’s a sad day that he’s died, but the fact that he managed to stay in control of that image and make another artistic statement when he was obviously ill and knew that he was dying, I think that’s incredible and it makes me feel quite happy that he stayed creative right to the end of his life. I think that can only be inspirational.”

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January 11, 2016 at 18:07

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