LISTENING POST

“We chose the following songs because they are lovely.” GOAT’s playlist of obscure ’60s pop, rock and jazz is, of course, brilliantly fuzzy.

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Clandestine Swedish psych band GOAT have kindly made us a playlist of some of their favourite music before they perform at Primavera Sound in June.

This being a group cloaked in robes and secrecy, we can’t be too sure as to which two members compiled this mix of 60s pop, rock and jazz, but needless to say it’s just the right amount of obscure.

Some tracks come with a few words (below); tracks 7 to 15 are simply surmised in the third person: “Goat chose the following songs because they are lovely…”

Thank you, GOAT. We love you.

P.S. There is also a (slightly different) version of this playlist on our new Apple Music page, so check it out.

01. Duke Ellington – Blue pepper
“Heavy stuff from the duke of jazz.”

02. Fadoul – Laylat al jadba
“You just gifts dig in to the vocals.”

03. El michels affair – C.R.E.A.M
“I found this record somewhere. It’s a group that have recorded live instrumentals of Wu Tang’s first album. Really nice.”

04. Yusef Lateef – Morning
“Nice song in the morning”

05. King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard – Sense
“One of my favourites from our friends in the Gizzards. Great dudes and a great laid-back track from a laid-back album.”

06. Last Exit – Discharge
“More Brötzmann, more morning music. For breakfast maybe?”

“Goat chose the following songs because they are lovely…”

07. Pretty Things – The Good Mister Square

08. Black Sabbath – It’s Alright

09. Gregory Allan Fitzpatrick – Befria Norden

10. Beach Boys – I Can Hear Music

11. Grateful Dead – China Cat Sunflower

12. Mountain Bus – I Know You Rider

13. Lonnie Liston Smith – Astral Travelling

14. Jim Sullivan – U.F.O

15. Dennis Wilson – Holy Man

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