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Digital Subscriptions > Long Live Vinyl > Feb 2019 > CRATE DIGGING WITH Ed Harcourt

CRATE DIGGING WITH Ed Harcourt

Singer-songwriter Ed Harcourt treated us to Beyond The End, a stunning solo album of piano instrumentals, at the end of last year. Here, he reveals10 records That have provided him with sustenance throughout the course of his musical life…

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IGGY AND THE STOOGES

“I listened to this a lot when I was making my last record. We’d drive up to the studio and I’d always put on Gimme Danger. James Williamson provides an encyclopaedia of guitar riffs That would have influenced every punk band.”

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