Shady Ladies volume 6: The sound of raging hormones

Love is in the air! Or, at least, it is if you believe the rampant commercial machine that drives the Valentine’s Day industry. This month we’re jumping on the romantic bandwagon and picking lovesongs and songs we love, from loved-up dance tunes to bitter ballads. Grab a box of tissues and put your headphones on…

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Thanks to everyone who sent in requests. Keep them coming – leave your suggestions in the comments below or on the Podbean page.

Tracklisting:

  • Haddaway – What is love
  • Prince – Kiss
  • The Juan Maclean – Happy House
  • Nina Simone – My Baby Just Cares For Me
  • Those Dancing Days – Spaceherosuites (requested by Tom Humberstone)
  • Pulp – Babies
  • Dubstar – St Swithin’s Day
  • The Postal Service – Such Great Heights
  • The House of Love – Love in a Car
  • The Mountain Goats – No Children (requested by Helen Arney)
  • Herman Dune – I Wish That I Could See You Soon
  • Mickey & Sylvia – Love is Strange
  • Ella Fitzgerald – Night and Day
  • Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers – The Hub (excerpt)
  • John Martyn – The Dealer (Live)
  • Crosby Stills & Nash – Helplessly Hoping
  • Captain Beefheart – Observatory Crest
  • Shadow Orchestra – Plucking and Bowing
  • Stone Roses – Tightrope (requested by Keith Kerwin)
  • Richard Thompson – 1952 Vincent Black Lightning (requested by Harriet Moll)
  • Jeff Buckley – Lover You Should’ve Come Over
  • Sunday Driver – Naked Bodies
  • Lamb – Gorecki

Here’s the Spotify playlist

See you next month!

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5 responses to “Shady Ladies volume 6: The sound of raging hormones

  1. Such good songs! What excellent taste. I love The Mountain Goats track so much. Pretty bitter though…despite being in a long term relationship and being a super romantic type I might make a really bitter, snarky valentine’s day mix…

    • Thank you – though the rest of the guys in the band and our requesters should take the credit for the good taste (except guitarist Nick’s choice of Haddaway – inexplicable, but rules are rules and it had to go in…)

      If you make a snarky mix, do share it 🙂

  2. There’s a time and a place for Haddaway.

    Enjoying this month’s podcast, thanks Kat.

  3. I’d have gone with The Day I See You Again over St Swithin’s Day personally.

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