MARTIN’S TRACK OF THE WEEK (23 OCTOBER 2017)

My track of the week this week is a track that brings back very happy memories of my time in  London in the early 1990s: Paris Angels and their brilliant baggy track Perfume (loved up). 

This 1991 track, from one of the best bands to come out of the Manchester Acid House / Hacienda movement regularly played at Camden Palaces Tuesday night club – Feet First.

Remember many a happy night spent dancing to this track.

It still sounds brilliant thirty six years on… giving it a whirl… 

SHUSH! SOUNDS FROM UCC LIBRARY (2 OCTOBER 2017)

The podcast of this week’s show can be listened to here.

 

The playlist of the show can be listened back to here

Ronan’s track of the week is the brilliant jazz version of the country classic Ode to Billy Joe by Nancy Wilson. Click here to read why

Martin’s track of the week is also the Nancy Wilson track. Click here to see why.

Our Shush interview this week was with Jill Rogers of UCC Music Department and Malgorzata D’Aughton of UCC History who told us about their recent UCC President Excellence in Teaching Awards. They had many great things to say about the library. That interview can be listened to in full here.

Our recommended read of the week this week is a Libfocus blog looking at how librarians are actually a lot like DJS

SHUSH! SOUNDS FROM UCC LIBRARY (SEPTEMBER 25 2017)

The Podcast of today’s show can be listened to here

And the playlist can be listened to here

Martin’s track of the week is the perfect Weeping Song by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds. Read why here.

We did an interview with Kathy Bradley all about the new UCC Skills Centre, based in Q-1 of the Boole Library. That full interview can be listened to here.

Our recommended read of the week is a great read on one of our favourite bands – Belle and Sebastian via Toppermost