Gavin joined John Kelly in the 2XM studio to play some of his favourite songs as well as tracks from the new album:Gavin Friday – Perfume
David Bowie – Lady Grinning Soul
Brian Eno – The Fat Lady of Limbourg
Gavin Friday – A Song that Hurts
M83 – Kim & Jessie
Editors – Papillon
Gavin Friday – Lord I’m Coming
Karen Carpenter – Superstar Aired April 30, 2011
These are the songs Gavin brought in for John to play on the John Kelly Ensemble (Lyric FM):
Finale – Gavin Friday/Maurice Seezer – FridaySeezer – The Boxer Ost – Mca Records – MCD11751
Tazarine – Gustavo Santaolalla – Santaolalla – Babel: Ost – Concord Records – 08880 7230 1917
Songs From The Seals – John Mccormack – Boulton/Bantock – Mccormack In Song – Prima Voce – NI 7854
Blame – Gavin Friday – FridayMacken – Catholic – Rubyworks – RWXCD76
September Song – Walter Houston – Weill/Anderson Arr. Reed – Kurt Weill – From Berlin To Broadway – Pearl Records – GEMM CDS 9189
Death From Dido And Aenaes – Klaus Nomi – Purcell – Klaus Nomi – Bmg – ND 75004
Lord I’m Comin’ – Gavin Friday – FridayMacken – Catholic – Rubyworks – RWXCD76
Night Of The Hunter (Introduction) – Charles Laughton & Studio Orchestra – Walter Schumann – Night Of The Hunter Ost – Bear Family Records – BCD 16263 AJ
Is That All There Is – Peggy Lee – Lieber/Stoller – The Lieber And Stoller Story Vol.3 – Ace – CDCHD 1156
Seems to be the longest magazine interview so far? An hour and a half non stop conversation for Rolling Stone Italy.
Time for a quick snap before John went back in presenting his show on Lyric FM. Gav played a selection of tunes ranging from Gustavo Santolalla off the Babel soundtrack to Klaus Nomi.
Gavin and Herbie winging it at the Gallery of Photography. Able, with just guitar and vocals, holds up well.
The artists formerly known as Prunes.
Mojo’s Martin Aston writes: “… torchy, mirror-ball beauty. These are his silkiest arrangements yet, but shadowy undercurrents ensure the tension never lets up.”
Uncut’s Stephen Trousse’s only reference point seems to be U2, but that’s alright since he writes: “Friday shamelessly rekindles the Eno/Lanois unforgettable shimmer, croons against the dying of the light, and somehow emerges defiantly alive.”