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Huzzah: Lloyd Cole on network radio

September 13, 2010

Lloyd Cole was on the BBC Radio 5Live mid-morning show’s music review section today and the peerless Radcliffe and Maconie on BBC Radio 2 this evening.
He was promoting his new record, Broken Record, which was financed by fans through his brilliant website. ‘Writer’s Retreat’ is the first single from it – it’s not really a single – but it’s the one he has chosen to film a promo for.
For my money it is the closest album he has recorded to 1995’s Love Story, my favourite of his. (See GMs passim) Crucially his voice gets better as the years go on and he gets even more wry, which is, in the parlance of modern girls the world over, ‘a good thing’.
I’ve filleted the section from Radio 5 below, the longer Radcliffe and Maconie session will follow when I have time to edit it.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. September 14, 2010 1:40 pm

    Thanks for your work Paddy. I'm looking forward to you posting the Radio 5 interview edited. A great songwriter, and a fantastic album from Lloyd Cole. Thanks.

  2. September 14, 2010 1:51 pm

    Make that Radio 2!

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