‘Don’t Look Back’ sang Bob Dylan. And indeed Teenage Fanclub. But sometimes you’ve got to look back before you can move forwards again. 2009 starts with a bang! Plain Or Pan? is almost 2 years old and to celebrate I’ve compiled a selection of the most-loved and downloaded tracks from the blog. This is your very last chance to grab some of those nuggets of pop goodness that you may have missed first time around.
1. Sgt Peppers’ vocal track – The Beatles
2. Coca Cola – Jerry Lee Lewis
3. Son Of Sam acoustic – Elliott Smith
4. There She Goes promo – The La’s
5. All The Way Down beat version – The Primitives
6. Boots – Lee Hazelwood
7. Just Dropped In – The Dap Kings
8. Baby I Love You vocal track – Ronettes
9. Hey Hey What Can I Do – Led Zeppelin
10. You Really Got A Hold On Me – Small Faces
11. Your Time Is Gonna Come – Sandie Shaw
12. Mama You Been On My Mind – Rod Stewart
13. In The Heat Of The Morning – Last Shadow Puppets
14. The Loner – Supergrass
15. Down By The River – Joey Gregorash
16. Southern Man – Sylvester and the Hot Band
17. Freaky Dancin’ – Happy Mondays
18. Filthy – St Etienne
19. Gimme Shelter vocal track – Rolling Stones
20. Flume live MOKB/WEEM – Bon Iver
21. Grace – King Creosote
22. Just Like a Woman live in the studio– Jeff Buckley
1. Monkey Gone To Heaven vocal track – The Pixies
2. Handy Man Peel Session – Frank Black & Teenage Fanclub
3. About A Girl BBC session – Teenage Fanclub
4. Dead Leaves And Tne Dirty Ground – Nina Persson
5. Hanging On The Telephone – The Nerves
6. Down On The Street take 2 – The Stooges
7. Tradewinds – Super Furry Animals
8. Riders On The Storm outtake – The Doors
9. I Heard It Through The Grapevine vocal track – Marvin Gaye
10. Coca Cola – Ray Charles & Aretha Franklin
11. Homework – John Lee Hooker
12. Stickman version 1 – Elliott Smith
13. Snow – Trashcan Sinatras
14. Moon River full-length version – Morrissey
15. Autumn Almanac BBC session – The Kinks
16. Everybody Drop It Like It’s Hot – DJ Prince
17. 99 Problems – Jay Z/The Beatles
18. Over live in a stable– The La’s
19. Music When The Lights Go Out Legs 11 demo – The Libertines
You’ll find CD1 here, CD2 here and you’ll find the artwork here. Easy-peasy!
11 thoughts on “Aye! Tunes! iCompiled for you”
now that’s what I call a simple download (Vol57.
Happy new year!
the link is broke
love your blog, but the link to cd1 is corrupted somehow.
thanks for the good work though! one of the most helpful blogs around
Hey folks – thanks for the comments. I’ve had a look at the links and they do seem to be working fine. I’d suggest trying them again later,as heavy traffic on the file server can sometimes screw things up a bit. Patience, my friends!
Happy New Year amigo…..great way for you to kick off 2009.
I’m sure it was the nude photo of Sandie Shaw that got the attention with that posting!
Thanks so much for the Fannies cover of “About A Girl”, Sir! Been looking so long, feared I’d imagined it all along. 🙂
Hi mate…brilliant content. I can’t seem to open the downloaded .rar files on my Mac for these cd compilations. They don’t seem to download as mp3s like most of the other files. Any suggestions? Keep up the superb work.
Awesome mix(es)! FYI: It’s Lee Hazlewood (not Hazelwood) — common mistake tho. Thanks again!
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