Shindig! Broadcast #36

Jon ‘Mojo’ Mills and Thomas Patterson talk less than usual and play lots and lots of music


Tracklist

‘Oh Calcutta’ Nick Perito

‘Life Is Just Beginning’ The Creation

‘Another Cold & Windy Day’ Bee Gees

‘I Can See The Light’ Les Fleur De Lys

‘Satt Att Se’ Dungen

‘A Song For A New Age’ Tim Blake

‘King Of The Dawn’ The Sundowners

‘Morning Joy’ Peter Walker

‘Colorado’ Danny Holien

’You Do Too’ Mortimer

‘Crying To Be Heard’ Chris Harwood

‘Rainy Day In June’ Stoneground

‘It’s Gonna Be High Tonight’ Ashton, Gardner, Dyke & Co.

‘Heaven Is In Your Mind’ Three Dog Night

‘Rainmaker’ Traffic

‘PF Sloan’ Unicorn

‘Desert Island Woman’ Chilli Willi & The Red Hot Peppers

‘The Ballad Of John & Julie’ Unicorn

‘Jakten Genom Skogen’ Dungen

‘Things That Would Be Helpful To Know Before The Revolution’ Father John Misty

‘1970 In Aspic’ Robyn Hitchcok

‘Hangin’ On’ GospelbeacH

‘Real Love’ BNQT

’Souvenir Shop Rock’ Savoy Motel

‘Look & You Will Find’ John Woolley & Just Born

‘Baby What Do You Want Me To Do’ Sons Of Fred

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Jason McNiff ‘Cairo’

English singer-songwriter JASON McNIFF is set to release a double CD retrospective anthology called Rain Dries Your Eyes, due out on April 28th via Tombola.  Rain Dries Your Eyes spans more than 15 years and includes brand new tracks, previously unreleased material and songs from Jason McNiff’s six studio albums. The collection showcases his fragile, wistful and timeless blend of blues and folk. A modern day troubadour, McNiff started recording in the early ’00s, but he has a sound that harks back to the great folk rock pioneers of the late ’60s/early 70s


Forthcoming dates:

6 April – Lantern Society at Print Works, HASTINGS
22 April – Music’s Not Dead, BEXHILL
2 May – Servant’s Jazz Quarters, LONDON
7 May – Jenny Lind – HASTINGS
20/21 May – Wood Festival, OXFORDSHIRE

 

 

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The Love Affair and Steve Ellis picture gallery

STEVE ELLIS is currently putting the finishing touches to his next album that features Paul Weller and a host of mod pals. Shindig! have heard a track of two, and it’s great. More on that soon. In the meantime here’s a pic gallery of cuttings from Steve’s collection with the singing cad’s own captions


“Elcot Park Hotel. Break from rehearsal.”

“I was right.”

“No your not.” Read more The Love Affair and Steve Ellis picture gallery

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