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Audiogramme du vendredi 8 Janvier 2016

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1. Aretha Franklin – (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman
2. Carole King – I Feel The Earth Move (Live) [Live]
3. Liza Minnelli – You’ve Got To See Mama Ev’ry Night (Or You Can’t See Mama At All)
4. Norah Jones – If You Want The Rainbow (You Must Have The Rain)
5. Kathy Brier – There’ll Be Some Changes Made
6. Kathy Brier – Some Of These Days
7. Karen Elson – Who’s Sorry Now
8. Neko Case – Nobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out
9. Patti Smith – I Ain’t Got Nobody
10. Regina Spektor – Love Me Or Leave Me
11. Lauren Sharpe – Japanese Sandman (uke version)
12. Margot Bingham – Dream A Little Dream Of Me
13. Matt Berninger – I’ll See You In My Dreams
14. Elvis Costello – It Had To Be You
15. Pokey LaFarge – Lovesick Blues
16. Pedrito Martinez – The Peanut Vendor
17. Stephen DeRosa – The Dumber They Come The Better I Like ‘Em
18. JD McPherson – I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate
19. Leon Redbone – Baby Won’t You Please Come Home


Pause de l’après-midi du mercredi 25 février 2015 / Reprises en U

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1. Richard Cheese – Used To Lover Her (Guns N’ Roses)
2. Me First and The Gimme Gimmes – Uptown Girl (Billy Joel Cover)
3. Joe Cocker – Unchain My Heart (Ray Charles)
4. Ani DiFranco & Jackie Chan – Unforgettable (Nat King Cole)
5. Adem – Unravel (Björk Cover)
6. Patti Smith – Until The End Of The World (U2)
7. Bat For Lashes – Use Somebody (Kings Of Leon)
8. Gary Numan – U Got The Look (Prince)

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Pause de l’après-midi du jeudi 5 février 2015 / Reprises en D

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1. Mark Ronson – Diversion
2. Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly – D.A.N.C.E. (Justice Cover)
3. The Feelies – Dancing Barefoot (Patti Smith Cover)
4. Nouvelle Vague – Déréglée feat. Mélanie Pain (Marie-France)
5. The Ukulele Orchestra Of Great Britain – Dy-na-mi-tee
6. Diego Pelaez – Drive My Car (The Beatles)
7. Alain Goraguer Et Son Orchestre – Du Jazz Dans Le Ravin

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I just want some affection
I just want some affection
I don’t want no hoochie-coochie mama
No back door woman
No Queen Street sex thing
I want a tiger on bended knees
With all the kindness of the Japanese
I just want some affection
I wish I heard voices
Wish I was a telephone

The Go-Betweens’ first single,released in 1978. The master tapes for this and the second single were lost, forcing all reissues of these songs to be made from the vinyl.
The guitar reminds me – a lot – of Patti Smith’s Dancing Barefoot

she is benediction
she is addicted to thee
she is the root connection
she is connecting with he

here I go and I don’t know why
I fell so ceaselessly
could it be he’s taking over me…

I’m dancing barefoot
heading for a spin
some strange music draws me in
makes me come on like some heroin/e

There are great versions on youtube: live in 1979, live with Johnny Depp and Eddie Vedder. And of course there are the cover versions: Feelies and U2. That’s actually how I discovered this song / Threesome soundtrack 1994

It’s weird, that guitar chug reminds me of Patti Smith’s best-known song, the opening track on Horses: Gloria. It’s a cover of a Van Morrison / Them song, that was also covered by Jim Morrison and the Doors, but you knew that. Didn’t you?

The words are just rules and regulations to Patti:
Jesus died for somebody’s sins, but not mine
meltin’ in a pot of thieves
wild card up my sleeve
slick heart of stone
my sins my own
they belong to me, me

and Jim well he does what he does best:
You were my queen and I was your fool,
Riding home after school.
You took me home
To your house.
Your father’s at work,
Your mama’s out shopping around.
Check me into your room.
Show me your thing.
Why’d you do it baby?
Getting softer – slow it down, etc.
Now you show me your thing.
Wrap your legs around my neck,
Wrap your arms around my feet,
Wrap your hair around my skin.
I’m gonna huh – all right, ok, yeah.
It’s getting harder – It’s getting too darn fast, etc.
Come on, now, let’s get it on.
Too late, too late, too late, too late, too late,
Make me feel all right!

And if you want one last version, check out this live Van Morrison / John Lee Hooker duet from 1989.

Written by audiogrammes

December 3, 2011 at 10:40