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Baker's Dozen

My Pioneers: Santigold's Favourite Albums
Tara Joshi , October 10th, 2018 07:44

In this week's Baker's Dozen, Santigold takes Tara Joshi through 13 favourite albums from Salt-N-Pepa to the Cocteau Twins, Fela Kuti, Nina Simone and Bad Brains, and points out that while Morrissey might have gone wrong, you can't take away what his songs once gave her

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Peter Gabriel - So
This is kind of a random one for me, but I like that era of pop music, with that really world music influence – I say "world music" because it was elements from everything. This record is amazing – it has 'Red Rain', that song 'Don't Give Up' with Kate Bush. I was 11, and there was thing in this magazine where if you sent one cent you'd get sent all these cassette tapes – Columbia House, it was called. But then they would also sign you up, and so my parents would get all these bills… Anyway, that's how I got Peter Gabriel! And I used to sing every song.


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