Never let it be said that this blog does not have a raging chubby for all things Nick Lowe-related:and now, thanks to reader Stephen, we have a chance to prove it all over again, Bootleg City-style!

Here’s a rip of Lowe’s recent performance for the BBC at St. Luke’s, in support of his new album, At My Age, which is typically wonderful and has not been reviewed here only on account of my surplus of lame. Thanks, Stephen!

What’s Shakin’ On The Hill
Without Love
Lately I’ve Let Things Slide
Has She Got A Friend
I Trained Her To Love Me
Indian Queens
Cruel to Be Kind
You Inspire Me
Long Limbed Girl
Hope For Us All
The Other Side Of The Coin
Shting Shtang
The Man In Love
(What’s So Funny ‘Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding
I Knew The Bride (When She Used To Rock ‘N’ Roll)
The Beast In Me
A Better Man
Heart of the City

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