Invisible Jukeboxes

Busy busy busy. The machinery of life is complicated and unpredictable.

This post is lifted from Feuilleton.

“Invisible Jukebox is one of the longest running regular features in The Wire magazine, a cross between music interview and music quiz in which a different interviewee each month is asked to listen to a piece of music and identify the title and artist.”

The Wire back issues can be found at the Internet Archive.

1991
• Mark Springer
• John Harle
• Bob Stewart
• Kate & Anna McGarrigle
• Leon Redbone
• Bill Bruford
• Taj Mahal

1992
• Cabaret Voltaire
• Asley Maher
• James Moody
• Julian Lloyd Webber
• Steve Martland
• Ali Farka Toure
• Humphrey Lyttleton & Acker Bilk
• Billy Jenkins
• Neneh Cherry

1993
• Sonic Youth
• Don Pullen
• Coldcut
• Jack Bruce
• Lester Bowie
• Lydia Lunch
• Pee Wee Ellis
• Paul Weller
• Holger Czukay

1994
• James MacMillan
• Elvis Costello
• Steve Albini
• June Tabor
• Saint Etienne
• Ryuichi Sakamoto

1995
• John Peel
• Mark E. Smith
• Anne Dudley
• Future Sound Of London
• Bruce Gilbert
• Peter Hammill
• Mark Isham
• Robert Wyatt

1996
• Gavin Bryars
• Goldie
• Mixmaster Morris
• Courtney Pine
• Philip Glass
• 808 State
• Ice T
• Barry Adamson
• John Cale
• Henry Rollins
• Diamanda Galás
• James Chance

1997
• Harold Budd
• The Orb
• Airto Moreira
• Jah Wobble
• Sonic Boom
• Ivor Cutler
• Adrian Sherwood
• Arto Lindsay
• Van Dyke Parks
• Stereolab
• 4 Hero
• Bootsy Collins

1998
• Tortoise
• Julian Cope
• Suicide
• David Thomas
• LTJ Bukem
• Jesus & Mary Chain
• Spiritualized
• Talvin Singh
• Ken Kesey
• Derrick May
• Squarepusher
• Derek Bailey

1999
• Jim O’Rourke
• Autechre
• Kevin Shields
• Natacha Atlas
• Alec Empire
• Stock, Hausen & Walkman
• Blixa Bargeld
• John Paul Jones
• Terry Riley
• Lee Konitz
• Caetano Veloso

(100 Days of Blogging: Post 031 of 100)

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