Best of 2018

I listen to an awful lot of music every day, it’s my job and responsibility as a radio presenter. But most of all, it’s a labour of love digging out interesting stuff, making new discoveries in all directions. The end of the year makes me think of my ultimate favourite tunes, which is never an easy thing to do. However, here’s some kind of a Best Of list with some records and artists I especially enjoyed in 2018.

Adrianne Lenker – “Abysskiss” (Saddle Creek)

Some of you are probably familiar with Lenker as a guitarist and vocalist in Brooklyn-based indie rock band Big Thief. Her full-length solo record is a stripped-down singer-/songwriter approach and with this, she’s covering intimate emotions on her stroll along the abyss. In a way it’s hauntingly intense, but nevertheless comfort for your soul. Adrianne Lenker shows a subtle, otherworldly brilliance with her light fingerpicking on acoustic guitar while her songs are thoughtful, deep and poignant. And with this combination, there’s a true affinity to other outstanding artists like Judee Sill or Connie Converse.


Ari Roar – “Calm Down” (Bella Union)

Sometimes it’s true: great art comes from great pain. Adrianne Lenker has quite a history with being born into a religious cult and she almost died, when a railroad spike crashed her skull as a kid. And she managed to create something special in the wake of the tragedy, just like Caleb Campbell alias Ari Roar. The Texan singer-songwriter struggled with panic attacks from early on. As a late teenager, he had an operation on the spine, which left him bed-bound for months. Of course, these experiences have an impact. And in this case, he’s doing the best by channelling it into beautiful melodic lo-fi pop. The sweet miniatures on Calm Down might sound effortlessly in the first place, but there’s something else underneath the surface, with traces of doubts and fear. It’s a glorious debut for repeat listens.


Clearance – “At Your Leisure” (Topshelf)

This band provides a compelling sound by picking up familiar indie rock in a modern way. They create something fresh and interesting and already got a lot of praise here in my blog. If you like passionate, bright guitar music from the 80ties and 90ties, you should listen to this one.


Field Music – “Open Here” (Memphis Industries)

Whenever there’s a new Field Music record, it always ends up in my top ten of the year. Again, the spacious production on Open Here is exquisite, the compositions are intricate and classy. Field Music are ambitious, but they have all the knowledge and the talent to follow their visions. It’s a beautiful and well-crafted record that needs to be heard, because it has something to say. Maybe it’s all a bit too smart to reach the big crowd – but I’m sure the time will eventually come and Field Music get all the praise they deserve.


Lake Ruth – “Birds of America” (Feral Child Records)

They like to go under the banner “baroque pop”, but there’s so much more to discover in the music of Lake Ruth: from folk to jazz to avant-pop. I’m a fan of Matt Schulz since his days with Enon – he’s an excellent, versatile drummer. And singer Allison Brice, she has a way of phrasing her poetic lyrics in meandering harmonies like no other. All backed-up by a multi-layered smooth texture with a slight vintage touch. Lake Ruth are quite unique doing their own thing, and Birds of America is nothing less but an awe-inspiring masterpiece.


Shy Boys – “Bell House” (Polyvinyl)

Undeniably, these guys know how to sing! And the harmonies all perfectly meld together. It’s a special quality that only happens, when siblings start a band. The family sound is so intriguing because the harmonies are amazingly organic. Music history is filled with such examples and just like Field Music, the Shy Boys are band of brothers, supported by a couple of best friends. I summoned up a rave review earlier this year in my little blog here.


Stephen Steinbrink – “Utopia Teased” (Melodic / Western Vinyl)

This singer-/songwriter is a terrific talent. And again, we have an artist here, who knows a lot about the dark stuff in life. Stephen Steinbrink was left devastated after a fateful fire during a warehouse party in Oakland, California that killed 36 people in December 2016. After a couple of months stunned with grief, Steinbrink quit a minimum wage job, locked himself up in a shipping container with all sorts of music equipment, stimulated by a daily diet of LSD. And the songs started pouring out of him. Utopia Teased sounds a bit different, less perfect than his previous records. It’s a bit more daring with field recordings and synthesizers, but again it’s a collection of beautiful songs with substance and a hidden treasure for eternity.


Still Parade – “Soon Enough” (Feel Flows)

This is a very fine piece of work from Berlin, but made with love in LA. It feels like Niklas Kramer had a very clear vision for his new Still Parade album and he obviously put a lot of effort and thought into it. It sounds warm like a cozy blanket and puts the listener at ease. Of course, the Beach Boys influence is evident, but in a clever way. Smart harmonies combined with a startling sense of intimacy, and the formidable production brings out a nice vintage flair. It’s the kind of music that makes the world a better place. Sometimes, that’s just what you need.


The Fernweh – “The Fernweh” (Skeleton Key)

Yes, I am repeating myself here – I already picked this album for my Best Of list two years ago! Back then, I received a promotional copy from the band directly. Thankfully, it just got a proper release via Skeleton Key because this sublime debut is really exceptional. It’s a beautiful collection of hazy late 60s, early 70s inspired folk and pop, combined with a gentle nod to British psychedelia. Treat yourself & give it a listen, if you’re not already familiar with this. The Fernweh demonstrate an exceptional level of song craft and the record deepens with every listen.


Tony Molina – “Kill The Lights” (Slumberland)

Tony Molina is deeply rooted in 60s songwriting and DIY aesthetics. With Kill The Lights, he created a truly glorious pop record by offering 10 tracks in under 15 minutes. His sensitive songs are infectious and short to the point. Just like Ari Roar, Tony Molina is able to put it all into a 60-second song and I never get tired of listening – again and again. This really is a lovely, but as well soul-baring record.


Teenage Fanclub – Vinyl-Reissues (Sony)

Why should I be interested into these reissues when I already have all the vinyl of Teenage Fanclub in my collection? Well, guitarist and singer Raymond McGinley of the band explained to me: back in the 90s, the vinyl was just a copy of the CD. But if you want the best vinyl sound, you need a special mastering. That’s basically, what Teenage Fanclub did: they took the original master tapes, worked through all of them at Abbey Road Studios and improved the mastering for this new vinyl edition. And it really does make a difference, especially the new pressing of 1993s Thirteen is now more immediate and has a much better dynamic. Also, each essential album includes a bonus seven-inch single, mostly of tracks which originally appeared only on CD singles and EPs. To promote all these reissues from the Creation era, Teenage Fanclub played a very special concert series in Great Britain. Here’s my review of the nights in Birmingham and London, which also marks my concert highlight of 2018.


SUPER 8 – T-T-T-Technicolour Melodies/Turn Around Or…/HI LO (Futureman Rec)

Frequent listeners of my radio show already know about SUPER 8 – Paul Ryan a.k.a. Trip got a lot of airplay in 2018. Not only, because he put out a lovely mix of guitar pop as a one-man-band with all sorts of instruments like cello and trumpet. He also managed to surprise again and again with new top material. Three homemade full lengths were released this year on Futureman Records and it’s hard to pick a favourite album really. Each release is kind of special and filled with a laid-back and sunny charm. Backed up now and again with some thoughtful songs and well-curated cover versions. It looks like SUPER 8 will be back in 2019 with a more acoustic-based album – a thing looking forward to!

23th December 2018

Good company

Entgegen anderslautender Gerüchte ist der beste Freund des Menschen nicht der Hund, sondern die Musik: eine universelle Begleiterin, in guten wie in schlechten Zeiten. Vom «Soundtrack des Lebens» ist gar die Rede, wenn uns eine Musik über längere Zeit begleitet und bedeutende Ereignisse markiert. Das klingt hoch gegriffen, aber nicht ZU hoch. Musik steuert unsere Emotionen, sie beruhigt, erfreut und tröstet, mit zartem Schmelz, stoischem Nicken oder lautem Getöse. Golden Glades stellt heute Musik vor, neue und alte, die das Zeug zur besten, loyalsten und einfühlsamsten Freundin hat. In diesem Sinne für good company sorgen heute Gabe Goodman, Girl Gaze sowie Altmeister J Mascis.

Diese Sendung war zu hören am Mittwoch, den 21.11.18 – 20:00-22:00 Uhr.
Wdh.: Samstag, 24.11. von 15:00-17:00 Uhr & Montag, 26.11. von 08:00-10:00 Uhr

Stream online here: ByteFM
Berlin: 91.0 MHz // Hamburg: 91.7 MHz


Lloyd Cole & The CommotionsBrand New FriendPolydor
Howlong WolfI Bear That In MindDala Produkte
FrontpersonTick-Tock (Frontrunner)Oscar St. Records
Bill Ryder-JonesAnd Then There's YouDomino
Slow PulpAt
ClearanceGallery GlareTopshelf Records
J MascisElastic DaysSub Pop
J MascisI Went DustSub Pop
SUPER 8Angels & Neil DiamondFutureman Records
The Passmore SistersJune In The WaterVegetable Records
Laura GibsonGonersCity Slang
Moe TuckerLast NightSundazed
Lachlan DentonGravityBobo Integral
The Ocean PartyStubbornEmotional Response
Paul CherryChanging TimesFeeltrip
mylittlebrotherLove Song For An
The Magic LanternBetween the World and
Still ParadeAs Long
The Last DetailYou're Not MineElefant
The Last DetailTake My HandElefant
IogiMagic TrickRaw Tapes Records
Henry NowhereProblems of the HeartSleep Well Records
Jackson MacIntoshLuluSinderlyn
Girl GazeSuddenlyTeam Love
Gabe GoodmanThe Bandage and the WoundSalient Recordings
Gabe GoodmanFixed PointSalient Recordings
Fort JamsOn & OnPlastic Jurrasic
FoxwarrenTo BeAnti
Gia MargaretBirthdayOrindal Music
Songs For WalterTraitorsTallbird Records
Aby VulliamyGoodbye SongKaraoke Kalk

Tonight’s Music

Meine Damen und Herren: Aus einer Rumpelkammer im schönen Bern sendet Sandra Zettpunkt die heutige Golden Glades-Ausgabe zum Thema TONIGHTS’ MUSIC. Anders als bei Jimmy Fallon ist diese Show keine Dauerwerbesendung der Entertainment-Branche, sondern ein Hort des geschmackssicher zusammengestellten Musikguts. Let me überrasch you.

Diese Sendung war zu hören am Mittwoch, den 20.06.18 – 20:00-22:00 Uhr.

Stream online here: ByteFM
Berlin: 91.0 MHz // Hamburg: 91.7 MHz


Adrian Teacher & the SubsHello
The Love-BirdsHit My HeadTrouble In Mind
Samara LubelskiBlack DotsDrawing Room Records
Jessica RiskerCut My HairWestern Vinyl
Thad KopecSinging
Parks, Squares and
FlasherSun Come And GoldenDomino
Simon LoveNot If I See You FirstTapete
We Are MuffyFrosted CandyTapete
Ari RoarPicked The LockBella Union
SUPER 8Serious DrugsFutureman Records
BMX BanditsCan't Wait 'Til I Get HomeElefant
mylittlebrotherSlow DanceBig Stir
SpygeniusS.O.B.Big Stir
gobbinjrbapTopshelf Records
Daniel RossenDeerslayerWarp
Modern StudiesMud and FlameFire Records
The SpiresTonight's MusicFop Music
Rolling Blackouts CFTalking StraightSub Pop
Sam EvianAppleSaddle Creek
Distant ShoreMoving Up
Fenn is coolThis Time of YearZ Tapes
Ryley WalkerOpposite MiddleDead Oceans
LemonheadsIt's A Shame About RayAtlantic
The Golden RailShouldn't Get Hung Up About
Nick BatterhamNo ExcusesPopboomerang
The Sea And CakeStarlingThrill Jockey
HussaloniaYou've Got
The MigrationsCan You Not Here The MusicFun In The Church/Staatsakt
Christopher PellnatCloud
Dear NoraCreature of HabitOrindal Music
Phil Yates & The AffiliatesBite Your TongueFutureman Records
Laura VeirsThe MeadowBella Union


Stellen Sie sich eine Ihnen vertraute Bar vor, mit kompetentem Tresenpersonal und einer erlesenen Auswahl an hoch- und niederprozentigen Komponenten. Sie setzen sich auf Ihren Stammplatz und geben folgende Bestellung auf: «Bitte einmal die Empfehlung des Tages.» Um einen solchen Vorschuss an Vertrauen bittet Sandra Zettpunkt heute ihre Hörerinnen und Hörer. Lehnen Sie sich zurück, im Wissen darum, dass auf dieses Gemisch Verlass ist und man seinen Konsum auch am folgenden Tag nicht zu bereuen haben wird.

Diese Sendung war zu hören am Mittwoch, den 28.03.18 – 20:00-22:00 Uhr.

Stream online here: ByteFM
Berlin: 91.0 MHz // Hamburg: 91.7 MHz


Richard In Your MindPonderosaRice Is Nice
Olden YolkCut to the QuickTrouble In Mind
Whyte HorsesCounting Down the YearsCRC Music Group
Aksak MaboulPalmiers en potsCrammed Disc
Die Time TwistersPorsche-GirlTapete
Katie Von SchleicherGlad To Be HereFull Time Hobby
Big Thief, Jeff Tweedy & TwainThere Is a VineTzadik
Connie ConverseThere is a VineLau derette Recordings
Frankie CosmosI M FriedSub Pop
SUPER 8Last Final CigaretteFutureman Records
Gretchen's WheelBetter in the DarkFutureman Records
Say Sue MeOld TownDamnably
The Yellow MelodiesDon't Think TwiceBeautiful Music
Nap EyesI'm BadJagjaguwar
TriptidesFlashing Before Your EyesRequiem Pour Un Twister
The HangaboutsKits & Cats and Saxon WivesFutureman Records
LithicsExcuse GeneratorKill Rock Stars
Bad WireHole MineLab259
Martha FfionWe Make DoTurnstile
Stephen SteinbrinkUselessMelodic
Stephen's ShoreOjaiMeritorio Records
Melissa LaveauxNan Fon BwaNo Format
Little TornadosCherie la moucheRiver Jones/Rio Bogota
Caroline SaysSweet Home AlabamaWestern Vinyl
Aaron RocheThe TelephoneFigureight
Aaron RocheSupreme MonumentFigureight
Green SeagullRemember The TimeMega Dodo
DropkickSee You TherePretty Olivia


Zu den irritierenden Phänomenen der Gegenwart gehört die prozentuale Aufteilung von Musik. Finanzielle Anteile wollen natürlich geregelt sein, trotzdem wirkt es eher kunstfern, wenn jemand angeblich 70% der Melodie beigesteuert habe. Auch Genreangaben wie «50% Folk plus 50% Posthardcore» dienen nicht unbedingt der Wahrheitsfindung. Deshalb haben wir uns entschieden, die heutige Sendung unter das Motto «100%» zu stellen. Also Achtung, hier gibt’s keine halben Sachen, sondern nur das volle Brett.

Diese Sendung war zu hören am Mittwoch, den 28.02.18 – 20:00-22:00 Uhr.
Wdh.: Samstag, 03.03. von 15:00-17:00 Uhr & Montag, 05.03. von 08:00-10:00 Uhr

Stream online here: ByteFM
Berlin: 91.0 MHz // Hamburg: 91.7 MHz


Sonic Youth100%Geffen
The OriellesSnapsHeavenly
Frankie CosmosJesseSub Pop
PorchesNow The WaterDomino
Dan BilluDecadenceIMU Records
Christian Besa
Yo La TengoShades Of BlueMatador
Summer SaltOne Last
MonteroMontero AirlinesChapter Music
Le Faux EnsembleEnd CreditsDissociation
Haley HeynderickxThe Bug CollectorMama Bird Recording
Grant-Lee PhillipsKing of CatastrophesYep Roc
Songs For WalterSquaring
Candy OperaWhat A Way To TravelFirestation Records
Stay SouthIf You Leave
The Radio Dept.Your True NameJust So!
Benjamin Schoos f/ Laetitia SadierJe Ne Vois Que VousFreaksville Music
The SufisAnymoreBurger Records
Lake RuthRadiant CityFeral Child
SeazooSt Hilary
DropkickIt's Still RainingPretty Olivia
Pete AstorYou Better DreamTapete
Eerie WandaTo Dream AgainBeyond Beyond is Beyond
SUPER 8Just a SerenadeFutureman Records
Nap EyesEvery Time The FeelingJagjaguwar
Charles WatsonAbandoned BuickMoshi Moshi
Mt. Wilson RepeaterIsland MoonMerge
Bat FangsMercuryDon Giovanni Records
Winona ForeverKeep

SUPER 8 – Interview

It can be a real challenge, doing research for my radio show about new or less known artists. I’m always curious to know more about the people behind the music and like to pass on some extra details to my bright listeners. These days, you might think, any information is easy to find online. But no: often enough, I have very little to work with.

This was also the case, when I first listened to the fabulous song collection on T-T-T-Technicolour Melodies! by SUPER 8 – there was almost no background information available. But as it happened, I shared direct messages with TRiP, the artist behind SUPER 8 and luckily, he didn’t mind me asking some nosey questions!


When did you start playing music? 

I was given a cheap, catalogue guitar when I was a kid and, although it intrigued me, it was more of a prop than an actual working instrument. I got a better guitar when I hit my teens and started to take music-making more seriously from there on in (especially when I realised that music came fairly easily to me!)

Any band projects we should know about?

I was in bands when I was growing up in the North West of England. I would stand in on bass, I even tried to convince myself I was a lead guitarist for a spell but, looking back, it was just a rite of passage …. It wasn’t until I left the North West and moved to Scotland around the turn of the century that I decided I wanted to try and make more of a go of music (which also coincided with me actually singing my songs for the first time – prior to that I had never sung publicly before).

I’d like to know more about the details of your latest album T-T-T-Technicolour Melodies! – Are you a one-man-band (who plays Cello and Trumpet)? How did you manage the process of recording?

Ha! Ha! Yes, I’m a one-man-band Jack-of-all-trades/master of none! Everything on the “T-T-T-Tech Mels!” album is just Me, Myself & I. That said, writing, performing, recording and producing everything myself wasn’t something I consciously set out to do – it just happened. Moving north of the border, I didn’t know anyone to begin with so I just fell into doing stuff on my own as in: “I’m hearing cello on this latest song but I don’t actually know anyone who plays cello so I’ll just have to hire one and try to play it myself!” As with pretty much everything I play, the fact that I have no formal training nor practical/technical experience when it comes to playing it doesn’t seem to stop me. I’m really just making this up as I go!

Apart from being colourful, how would you describe your sound as SUPER 8?

As a writer, it tends to start with just a snatch of a basic vocal melody with a loose acoustic guitar accompaniment. Once I’ve mapped out the rough shape of a song, I try to let the song tell me where it wants to go rather than the other way around! Sometimes it doesn’t need much more than where it originally springs from acoustically (like tracks ‘To Morocco’ & ‘Just A Serenade’ for example). Other times a song gets to get ‘the works’ (eg: backwards loops; glockenspiel; kitchen sink?!) just whatever suits and is right for the song really!

You name The Monkees as a major influence – why them? Aren’t they just a silly boy band, a retort product made for the masses? 

Yeah, of all the amazing bands out there it’s a bit tongue-in-cheek I guess to pick The Monkees as a major influence but I guess they are! I used to watch The Monkees TV repeats as a kid – it was my favourite programme. I guess they just stuck with me (plus they had some amazing songs!!!)

Any other important influences or bands you like to relate to?

I was brain-washed as a child with a diet of Beatles/Stones/Kinks/Simon & Garfunkel and Neil Diamond (I found The Monkees all by myself – LOL!) Growing up when a lot of my peers were embracing the whole New Romantic movement I instead found myself gravitating back in time to the music of: T-Rex; Bowie; Neil Young; James Taylor; etc. I suppose the first band of ‘my generation’ that moved me musically was The Smiths and, from there, I began to find my niche. I got the jangly guitar bug from C86 onwards. You’ve got to love a bit of McCarthy et al on occasions! I actually love & appreciate loads of music from Classical to ‘cheesy’ 60s Bossa Novas through to the cut-n-paste audio mash-up montage work of acts like The Avalanches but the stuff I keep coming back to, the music that really floats my boat I guess, is great songs by predominantly guitar-based bands! Think: Beatles; Beach Boys; Big Star; The La’s; Teenage Fanclub; Elliott Smith; you get the idea!


You covered Serious Drugs by the BMX Bandits – why did you choose this song? 

Err, it just sort of happened really! It came up on an old mix tape a while back. I hadn’t heard it in some time but I still remember buying it when it first came out after hearing it on the John Peel show. It was one of those songs that instantly ‘struck a chord’ with me on first hearing – it has everything that constitutes a GREAT song in my book! Anyway, it must have been working away on my sub-conscious as, the next time I picked up a guitar, I started playing it (albeit with the wrong chords to begin with!) I’m not really known for doing cover versions per se (what time I have to make music is usually spent writing my own stuff) but it seemed to make sense that I try and do it justice and give it a go. It didn’t take very long to come together which is always a good sign for me. I was honoured to discover recently that the guys who actually wrote said song (namely Duglas T Stewart of BMX Bandits; Norman Blake of Teenage Fanclub and Joe McAlinden of Superstar fame) wholeheartedly approve of my rendition. I’m not worthy!

For your own songs, it feels like there’s some autobiographical stuff coming in? 

Yeah, I guess drawing from personal experience does have a habit of creeping in but I do try to keep an open mind and write from different perspectives too.

S.K.Y. is quite a thoughtful song, what’s the story behind this tune? 

Someone I knew was in a difficult place. I couldn’t find the right words to say at the time but, with guitar in hand, this song just presented itself. Music is weird like that (weirdly good!)

Do you play live shows?

Like I say, I was in bands when I was younger. When I first moved to Edinburgh I used to play on the acoustic open-mic circuit (KT Tunstall’s Cowgate sessions and Paul Gilbody’s ‘Acoustic Edinburgh’ nights for example) but these days I find playing on my own acoustically is quite limiting. I’ll be playing and thinking: “Where’s the trumpet solo?” “Where’s the double bass?” In fact, the last ‘proper’ gig I did was back in 2006 supporting ‘The Stylistics’ at Dunfermline’s Carnegie Hall. They had a full 13 piece band on stage whereas I just rolled up with my acoustic and a harmonica – it was quite daunting! I’m not ruling out the whole playing live thing for the future but you have to wear a different hat. I’m definitely more ‘at home’ in the studio nowadays.

How come you ended up with Futureman Records, a label in Detroit? Do you actually need a label these days when there’s Bandcamp?

The whole business of music is SO different nowadays. Deep down I’m still ‘old skool’ in my tastes I guess. As I say, I’ve become a bit of a studio hermit over the years! I hadn’t really planned on being on a label so wasn’t actively seeking one out but, off the back of my BMX Bandits cover as it turned out, I was approached by Futureman Records’ head honcho Keith Klingensmith and, after checking out his label I thought: “Yeah! Why the hell not?” With bands like The Hangabouts signed to the label, I guess it’s put a new spin on things for me. It’s no longer just me tinkering away in my home studio, I sort of feel part of an international music club with proper deadlines to meet and stuff! It’s all very professional (even though it’s not – Ha! Ha!)

Any idea, why power-pop is such a male dominated thing? To me it seems like girls are very present in the songs, but never play instruments…

To be honest I don’t even know what ‘Power Pop’ is! Great songs are great songs regardless of genre tags & pigeon holes. Is Lindsay Murray (also signed to Futureman Records) ‘Power Pop’? She’s female, she plays a Rickenbacker … does that make her ‘Power Pop’? I really don’t know! If girls wanna BE ‘Power Pop’ then, hey, take out a loan, get your folks to remortgage their house or whatever it is you need to do to be able to beg, borrow steal said seemingly pre-requisite Rickenbacker then write some (good!) songs and just BE ‘Power Pop’ ladies (or not!)

What was the first and the very last record you bought?

Serious Drugs’ by The BMX Bandits on 7” vinyl in 1993 (LOL!)

What are your plans for the future?

I’d just like to be able to eke some kind of sustainable way of being able to do what I love which is making music. The way things stand, music just doesn’t pay the bills … at all! It would be great to be in the fortunate position whereby writing songs is just ‘what I do’ and a means to just getting by.

LOVE is ON the air

LOVE is ON the air! Passend zum Valentinstag geht es heute bei Golden Glades um das Lieblingsthema aller Popmusik. Nun gibt es nicht nur Liebeslieder wie Sand am Meer, sie sind auch thematisch breit gestreut: berauschende Wirkung, aber auch Ernüchterung und Schmerz sorgen für große Songkunst – der wir uns heute ganz und gar hingeben wollen.

Diese Sendung war zu hören am Mittwoch, den 14.02.18 – 20:00-22:00 Uhr.
Wdh.: Samstag, 17.02. von 15:00-17:00 Uhr & Montag, 19.02. von 08:00-10:00 Uhr

Stream online here: ByteFM
Berlin: 91.0 MHz // Hamburg: 91.7 MHz


Ruby AndrewsJust Lovin' YouEssential
WazonekLove Is All
Big StarI'm In Love With A GirlArdent Music
Those Pretty WrongsLucky GuyArdent Music
OzarksPyramids of LoveWil-Ru
Martha Reeves & the VandellasThis Is the LoveMotown
Bryan Ferry & Roxy MusicLove Is The DrugVirgin
PeanessOh GeorgeAlcopop
Teenage FanclubI Don't Want Control of YouIndie
Bed RugsLoveWaste My Records
Emitt RhodesLove Will Stone YouDunhill
The YearningHow Do You Make Somebody FallÉElefant
Miss WorldBuy Me
Marika HackmanMy Lover CindySub Pop
MontageMy LoveLaurie Records
Harry NilssonYou Made Me Love YouBMG
BC CamplightJust Because I Love YouBella Union
Irma ThomasAnyone Who Knows What Love IsCapitol
Pete Fij & Terry BickersLove's Going to Get YouIndie
The House of LoveDestroy the HeartCreation
Taylor KnoxOh Young LoveCadence Music
John BromleyIf You Are There With MeRev-Ola
Nick DrakeNorthern SkyIsland
Anna BurchTea-Soaked LetterHeavenly
The Golden RailOh My!
Last LeavesLove and the World Well LostLost & Lonesome
LoveSoftly To MeElektra
Julie DoironOur LoveAporia Records
Prefab SproutAll the World Loves LoversCBS
Jane Birkin & Serge Gainsbourg69 anne ErotiqueLight In The Attic

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