#LunchtimeListens 002: Jack Sellen

Jack Sellen came into our circle of joy when he introduced himself to my long-time collaborator Leo Walton, chief maestro of the Amateurism collective of DJs, and started spinning discs at Burgerac's Burgershack HQ, The Royal Oak in Marylebone. Jack's particular penchant for playing country disco and psychedelic swamp rock means his musical selections always float my boat. The fact that he also happens to be one half of DJ and remix duo The Flying Mojito Brothers – who have been dropping some TOTALLY ESSENTIAL re-edits of tracks by the likes of Warren Zevon, Steely Dan and Crosby Stills & Nash via the ever-brilliant AOR Disco blog over the last year – means you'd be crazy not to tune into this acid cowboy's frequency right about now.

1 Number 6 is Drugged by The Prisoner OST
2 Come For Your Lunch by Shadow
3 Let's Go Everywhere by Medeski, Martin & Wood
4 Nashville Soul Pt. I by The Syndicate
5 Shaft's Mama (JS bubye noodly guitar solo edit) by Swamp Dogg
6 Whatever Side You're On (feat. Paul Butler) by Shawn Lee
7 Feeling Soul (75 Cut) by Bob Andy
8 Soprann Aux Antilles by Camille Soprann Hildevert
9 Douga by Quintette Guinéenne
10 Biological Speculation by Funkadelic
11 Flying Merry Go Round by Barry McGuire
12 Melvin by The Belles
13 The Sun Comes Up A Purple Diamond by Scott Hirsch
14 Hadd Mondjam El by Sarolta Zalatnay
15 What You Talkin' About by Paul Pena