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Paul Du Noyer @ The Cornerstone: The quintessential songs of Liverpool and London

November 25, 2009

AS mentioned on recent GM’s passim, I am ‘in conversation’ with Paul Du Noyer at the Cornerstone campus of Liverpool Hope University for its Cornerstone Festival tomorrow. (Thursday, November 26, Room: COR114, 1pm)
I have put together a collaborative playlist on Spotify as a talking point for one of the questions.
However, what do you think are the best songs about Liverpool and London or the best songs from acts from those cities?
If you are a Spotify user please contribute here or add your suggestions below.
Click on the picture for initial choices from GM HQ.
Please offer all your opinions widely and generously.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. November 25, 2009 1:34 am

    Waterloo Sunset for LondonPenny Lane for Liverpool.Hate to be predictable…but gotta' be honest!

  2. November 25, 2009 3:09 am

    London Calling / Guns of Brixton – The Clash: pretty predictableBiscuits – Fink: Just for how he depicts his hatred at working in City of LondonFrank Turner – Long Live The Queen: another possible shout for London.Gomez – Whippin' Picidilly: Not so much focused on Liverpool (although recorded in Parr Street Studios), but just a good song about a galavant around Northern England.Jamie T/ Smiths/ Libertines – most of their material reallyNo More Eating – Plan B: About London's poverty and drug culture.

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