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Richard Hawley's playlist

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There are two things you should really know about Richard Hawley: One, he sports an almighty quiff and two, he was in Pulp. He's also recorded with the likes of the Arctic Monkeys and Elbow. As his seventh album, Standing At The Sky's Edge, is released this week, we got him to list his ten favourite tracks. Take a listen to the playlist below.

Click here for Standing At The Sky’s Edge

1. Ken Cook: Jenny



2. Gene Vincent: Race with the devil



3. Little Walter: My Babe



4. Jimi Hendrix: Foxy Lady



5. Echo and the Bunnymen: Killing moon

6. Orange Juice: Felicity



7. Fred Neil: The Waters Wide



8. Pink Floyd: See Emily Play



9. The Everly Brothers: So Sad



10. Captain Beefheart: Too Much time



(Image: Rex Features)

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