The very first Quiet Revolution playlist Tuesday 13 February 2007

I’ve been digging into my archive and found this which was the playlist for the very first Quiet Revolution show.

Steve Earle “The Revolution Starts Now” (from “The Revolution Starts Now”, 2004, Artemis Records)


  1. Peter Bruntnell “Here Come The Swells” (from “Ends of The Earth”, Loose, 2003)
  2. Gillian Welch “Time (The Revelator)” (from “Time (The Revelator)”, 2001, Acony Records)
  3. Kathleen Edwards “Hockey Skates” (from “Failer”, 2003, Zoe Records)


  1. Whiskeytown “Houses on the Hill” (from “Strangers Almanac”, 1997, Outpost Recordings)
  2. Lambchop “Autumn’s Vicar” (from “Is A Woman”, 2002, City Slang Records)


  1. Robert Cray Band “Right Next Door (Because Of Me)” (from “Heavy Picks – The Robert Cray Band Collection”, Mercury, 1999)
  2. Eric Bibb “Kokomo” (from “Painting Signs”, 2005, Manhaton Records)
  3. Guy Davis “What You Doin’?” (from “Give In Kind”, 2002, Red House Records)


  1. Manu Chao “Mentira” (from “Clandenisto”, Virgin, 1998)
  2. Juana Molina “Yo No” (from “Son”, Domino, 2006)

Karine Polwart “I’ve seen it all” (from “Scribbled In Chalk”, Shoeshine Records, 2006)

Hour 2


  1. Tim Van Eycken “Barleycorn” (from “Stiffs, Lovers, Holymen, Thieves”, 2006, Topic Records)
  2. The Proclaimers “I’m Gone” (from “Restless Soul”, 2005, Persevere Records)


  1. Stewboss “Midnight Shift” (from “Sweet Lullaby”, 2002, Flying Sparks)
  2. Heather Eatman “Midnight Shift” (from “Real”, 2001, Eminent Records)


  1. Show of Hands “Crooked Man” (download single) featuring Miranda Sykes from 2004 CD-EP on Hands On Music 
  2. Martyn Joseph “How Did We End Up Here?” (from “Deep Blue”, 2005, Pipe Records)
  3. P.F. Sloan, Frank Black & Buddy Miller “The Eve of Destruction”(From “Sailover”, 2006, Hightone Records)


  1. Sarah McLachlan “Good Enough” (from “The Freedom Sessions”, Nettwerk, 1994)
  2. Loudon Wainwright III “Primrose Hill” (from “Little Ship”, 1997, Virgin Records)

The Bible “Honey Be Good” (from “Eureka”, 1988, Haven Records)

Tunng “Woodcat” (from “Comments of the Inner Chorus”, 2006, Full Time Hobby Records)

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds “Right Now I’m-A-Roaming” (From “B Sides and Rarities”, 1997, Mute Records)

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