Johnny C Redway wrote:
'I Want to Take You Higher' - Sly & the Family Stone
'Three in One' - Lee 'Scratch' Perry
'The Man Don't Give a Fuck' - Super Furry Animals
'I'll Run Your Hurt Away' - Ruby Johnson
'Be-Bop-a-Lula' - Gene Vincent
'Dirtweed' - Super Chron Flight Brothers
'Hymn to the Big Wheel' - Massive Attack
'Death or Glory' - The Clash
'Second Hand News' - Fleetwood Mac
'Matty Groves' - Fairport Convention
'The Classical' - The Fall
'Pure Shores' - All Saints
'Some Kinda Love' - Velvet Underground
'Nathan Jones' - The Supremes
'Papa's Got a Brand New Bag' - James Brown
Wow, two pretty cool lists here, in fact it really was a coin-toss type thing, but I think B'
s just a bit sexier, despite the frankly odd Clash choice. Nonetheless, of its next 5, the grooving Velvets number, the classic Brown tops it off and a nicely quioxtic Supremes choice to go with the mighty selections previously, including a haunting Massive Attack song, the astonishing Super Chron Flight Brothers track and just damn crazy Perry number seal the deal.
A can feel hard done by- they put up a good fight.
It's before my time but I've been told, he never came back from Karangahape Road.