The Trip with Brother Lee (15/07/2019)

The Trip with Brother Lee (15/07/2019)

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The Trip with Brother Lee (15/07/2019)
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Tracklist

Playing tracks by Hidden Orchestra, Mark Hollis, Monks Road Social, Chancha Via Circuito, Zook and more.

Chart history

  • 2
    2nd in the folk Chart

    2nd in the folk Chart

  • 16
    16th in the world Chart

    16th in the world Chart

  • 30
    30th in the jazz Chart

    30th in the jazz Chart

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Lee Skelly

the late night business was: seagulls / HIDDEN ORCHESTRA: "Stone" / more seagulls / CLAIRE ANTOLINI & RENAUD GARCIA-FONS: "Légende Persande" / MARK HOLLIS: "Watershed" / strong black coffee / AURAMICS: "Dagger Cordis" / MONKS ROAD SOCIAL: "Lost In Rasa" / DAVID ATKINSON: "Have You Ever Been To Shangrila?" with Joe Harvey-Whyte killing it on on pedal steel / CHANCHA VIA CIRCUITO: "Sueno En Paraguay" / LUDOVICO EINAUDI: "Fly" / Bill and Simon aka ZOOK: "Dulcetone" / my wife tweaking the Space Echo / ROB from Phoenix: "Amours" / OHAD FISHOF: "Edgeless Language" / pretty much a whole tray of baklava / OUR SOLAR SYSTEM: "En Bit Av Det Tredje Klotet" / KHALIL CHAHINE: "Ojos De Cielo" / TRAFFIC: "No Time To Live" / THE MIKE LEE SOUND: "Silver Blues" / my crazy wife again / STEVIE WONDER: "Have A Talk With God" (or, don't if that's not your thing in which case yeah Stevie stop telling me what to do ffs you're not my Dad etc) / DAN STUART from Green On Red: "La Pasionaria" / SHIRLEY ANN LEE: "Stop Look & Listen" off a knackered cassette thru a vintage compression unit / GREGORY ISAACS: "Babylon Too Rough" / THE STRANGLERS: "Don't Bring Harry" / analog drum machine business / BIBIO: "Autumn Struck" / ALI FARKA TOURE: "Asco" / DR JOHN: "Loop Garoo" / clear night sky / MAVIS STAPLES: "How Many Times" / "Heavy Water" off the 8-track portasudio / THEM: "It's All Over Now Baby Blue" / Isabella Rosselini movie on TV with the sound down / that REGGAE REGULAR 12" I found this week for £1 / THE MILLERS: "Easing" / L xx