Here’s what Pete Doherty’s been listening to lately

Featuring The Beatles, The Stones, Morrissey and more

Pete Doherty has shared a playlist made while touring South America with The Libertines.

The 14-track playlist was compiled at the San Cristobal Tower Hotel in Santiago, Chile, according to Doherty. On Monday, The Libertines performed at the city’s Movistar Arena supported by Iggy Pop.

Doherty’s selections include songs by The Beatles, Trick, The Stone Roses and Morrissey. See the full tracklist below.

Last month, The Libertines’ frontman announced a new solo album ‘Hamburg Demonstrations’ and unveiled his new single, ‘I Don’t Love Anyone (But You’re Not Just Anyone)’. The record will be Doherty’s first solo outing since his 2009 debut.

Earlier this year, NME spent an evening with Pete Doherty for a cover story. Read it here.

Playlist tracklist:

Peter Doherty – ‘I Don’t Love Anyone (but You’re Not Just Anyone)’
Mississippi John Hurt – ‘Make Me A Pallet on Your Floor’
The Beatles – ‘I’ll Be Back’
Dirty Pretty Things – ‘Hippy’s Son’
The Stooges – ‘Search and Destroy’
Ken Boothe – ‘Artibella’
Tricky – ‘Council Estate’
Frank Sinatra – ‘I’ve Got You Under My Skin’
Blaze Foley – ‘Clay Pigeons’
Django Reinhardt – ‘Tears’
The Stone Roses – ‘Where Angels Play’
Desmond Dekker – ‘007 (Shanty Town)’
Morrissey – ‘The First Of The Gang To Die’
The Master’s Apprentices – ‘War Or Hands Of Time’
The La’s – ‘Clean Prophet’
Jimmy Cliff – ‘Many Rivers To Cross’