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I Live Through These Moments Again and Again: The Duets
The first in a series of very special band-curated playlists is streaming now on Spotify, featuring duets from the Manics’ 1992 debut right up until September’s ‘The Ultra Vivid Lament’, alongside a number of rare collaborations.
So among famous duets ‘Little Baby Nothing’ (with Traci Lords), ‘Your Love Alone Is Not Enough’ (with Nina Persson) and ‘Dylan & Caitlin’ (with The Anchoress), you’ll also be able to hear a previously unreleased live version of ‘Let Robeson Sing’ (with Gruff Rhys), a rare 2020 re-recording of ‘Spectators of Suicide’ (with Welsh artist Gwenno) and plenty more.
Go here to tune in.
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That tracklisting in full:
Let Robeson Sing (w/ Gruff Rhys) – recorded live at the O2 Arena, 17/12/11
The Secret He Had Missed (w/ Julia Cumming)
Europa Geht Durch Mich (w/ Nina Hoss)
Spectators of Suicide (w/ Gwenno) – 2020/Believe in Magic re-recording
Your Love Alone Is Not Enough (w/ Nina Persson)
Between The Clock And The Bed (w/ Green Gartside)
Rewind The Film (w/ Richard Hawley)
Little Baby Nothing (w/ Traci Lords)
Dylan & Caitlin (w/ The Anchoress)
4 Lonely Roads (w/ Cate le Bon)
Black Holes For The Young (w/ Sophie Ellis Bextor)
I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone (Tom Jones and James Dean Bradfield)
This Sullen Welsh Heart (w/ Lucy Rose)
Nothing Left To Talk About (Sarah Cracknell featuring Nicky Wire)
Some Kind Of Nothingness (w/ Ian McCulloch)
Blank Diary Entry (w/ Mark Lanegan)
Divine Youth (w/ Georgia Ruth)