Saturday 16 August 2014

The Poetry Club setlist (15/08/2014)

Last night was terriffic!  Teenage Fanclub eased through a beautiful set in the loveliest of settings.  The Poetry Club afterwards was fun, too.  Here's what I played:
  1. Sandy Posey - Single Girl (MGM)
  2. Maureen Tucker - Around and Around (Trash / Varulven)
  3. Memphis - You Supply The Roses (Swamplands)
  4. Mystic Eyes - I Can't Wait To Love You (Get Hip)
  5. The Groove Farm - Surfin' Into Your Heart (The Subway Organisation)
  6. Myron & E w/ The Soul Investigators - On Broadway (Timmion)
  7. The Striders - There's A Storm Coming (Columbia)
  8. The Palace Guard - Falling Sugar (Orange Empire)
  9. Comet Gain - You Can Hide Your Love Forever (Fortuna Pop)
  10. Crystal Stilts -Through The Floor (Fortuna Pop)
  11. The Shall-I-Say-Quois - It's So Hard To Be Happy (Damaged Goods)
  12. The Youth - I'll Call Your Bluff (State)*
  13. JJ Barnes - Real Humdinger (Tamla-Motown)
  14. Othello Robertson - So In Luv (Outta Sight)
  15. Bettye Swann - Fall In Love With Me (Money)
  16. Lung Leg - Maid To Minx (Southern)
  17. The Mo-dettes - White Mice (Rough Trade)
  18. The Third Booth - I Need Love (Independence 68)
  19. The Paper Dolls - All The Time In The World (Vogue)
  20. Petula Clark - Fancy Dancin' Man (Vogue)
  21. The Magic Kids - Hey Boy (Goner)
  22. The Chills - Heavenly Pop Hit (Slash / London)
  23. Jackie Wilson - Because Of You (Go Ahead)
  24. The Supremes - Where Did Our Love Go? (Stateside)
  25. The Gentle Touch - Be Young, Be Foolish, Be Happy (Kapp)
  26. Mamie Lee - I Can Feel Him Slipping Away (MGM)
  27. 1910 Fruitgum Co. - Goody Goody Gumdrops (Buddah)
  28. Noonday Underground - London (Jonathan Whiskey)
  29. The Chesterfields Kings - She Told Me Lies (Mirror)
  30. The Embrooks - Dawn Breaks Through (Circle)
  31. The Motions - The Same Old Song (Havoc)
  32. Kaleidoscope - Jenny Aritchoke (Fontana)
  33. The Style Council - Shout To The Top (Polydor)
  34. James Fountain - Seven Day Lover (Harmless)
  35. Delores Hall - Good Lovin' Man (Keymen)
Thanks for all the dancing, folks!  It was a total blast to hear The Shall-I-Say-Quois' strident mixing of Jacques Dutronc's "Le Responsable" with The Monkees' "(I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone" at head-wrecking volume:

* Thanks to Mole from State Records for the loan of a test pressing of The Youth 7".  You're a gent, sir!


  1. sorry to miss this. massive energy crash. SP

  2. Looks like you took no prisoners... Shall I Say Quois tune, wow, that's heat.

  3. The Shall I Say Quois!!! Sooo good!

  4. Hey no worries, SP. Are you sure it wasn't an insane energy drop? :)

    Prince/Daniel: Glad you guys are enjoying Nurse Julie and her cohorts. It's a belter of a tune that sounds GREAT at volume!

    cheers, brogues