Soho Vinyl Sessions: Paul Weller aka The Shindig! Broadcast #51

PAUL WELLER joins the Shindig! team at Soho Radio and cuts ‘Glide’, an exclusive track from his forthcoming album, direct to lathe to create a one of a kind acetate. The slab of shiny black vinyl will be up for auction soon, so watch this space. Paul also recorded ‘Gravity’, brought in some of his own current fave tracks to hear and chats about the music he holds dear


 

Paul Weller joins us live at Soho Radio, in this exclusive radio session, hosted by Shindig! Magazine… the latest!

Posted by Soho Radio on Monday, June 11, 2018

 

Tracklist
John Coltrane ‘India’
MC5 ‘The American Ruse’
Curtis Mayfield ‘Get Down’
The Dragons ‘Soul Teacher’
Paul Weller ‘Gravity’ (Live in the studio)
Zuider Zee ‘Lancelot’s Theme’
Marvin Gaye ‘You’re The Man’ (Alt. Vers.)
Nick Drake ‘Sunday’
Paul Weller ‘Glide’ (Live in the studio cut to acetate)

 

 

Traffic ‘Hidden Treasures’
Reg King ‘You Gotta Believe Me’
Leon Bridges ‘Bad Bad News’
Gaz Coombes ‘Slow Motion Life’
The Herd ‘Our Fairytale’
Gene Clark ‘Only Colombe’
Death In Vegas with Paul Weller ‘So You Say Your Lost Your Baby’

 

Paul Weller joins as live at Soho Radio, in this exclusive radio session hosted by Shindig! Magazine… the latest!The live performance features a track cut direct to vinyl.

Posted by Soho Radio on Monday, June 11, 2018

 

FJ McMahon ‘Black Night Woman’
Paul Weller ‘Aspects’
Honeybus ‘The Breaking Up Scene’
Janko Nilovic ‘Roses & Revolvers’
Paul Weller ‘Saturns Patterns’
Broadcast & The Focus Group ‘the be colony’
Gloria ‘The Rain Is Out’
Paul Weller ‘Picking Up The Sticks’
Blonde On Blonde ‘Spinning Wheel’
The Zombies ‘This Will Be Our Year’
The Jam ‘The Butterfly Collector’
Ron Grainer ‘Omega Man’

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Shindig! Broadcast #50

JON ‘MOJO’ MILLS and THOMAS PATTERSON enjoy spinning two hours worth of great music and chatting live on Soho Radio, Tues, March 15th, 1600-1800.


Gruff Rhys: Shindig! #79 cover star and featured on Soho Radio Show, The Shindig! Broadcast #50

Tracklist

Serge Gainsbourg & Michel Colombier ‘Psychasteni’
Procol Harum ‘Long Gone Geek’
The Choir ‘Boris’ Lament’
Taiconderoga ‘Speaking My Mind’
Bang ‘Questions’
Moby Grape ‘Omaha’
Moby Grape ‘Truly Fine Citizen LP promo’
Bubble Puppy ‘Hurry Sundown’
Fatty George Crew ‘Strassenfahrt durch wien’
Meic Stevens ‘Rowena’
Gruff Rhys ‘Frontier Man’
Gruff Rhys ‘Limited Edition Heart’
Gruff Rhys ‘The Court Of King Arthur’
Ron Grainer ‘Omega Man’
Damien Jurado ‘Percy Faith’
Jessica Risker ‘I See You Among The Stars’
Bess Of Bedlam ‘Folly Stone’
Kacy & Clayton ‘The Light Of Day’
The Left Outsides ‘The Unbroken Circle’
Ryley Walker ‘Spoil With The Rest’
Zoot Money’s Big Roll Band ‘I Really Learnt How To Cry’
John Howard ‘Goodbye Suzie’
Sunflower Bean ‘Twentytwo’
The End ‘Intropsection – Part 2’

 

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The Shindig! Revue #2 Band Showcase – Cat Black

BEN ADLAM has the unenviable task of introducing a band almost possibly  hard to introduce – London retro rockers CAT BLACK, who headline The Shindig! Revue #2 on Friday 18thMay at The Victoria in Dalston. Tickets here


Formed in a wizard’s hat in 2011, East London quintet Cat Black have been blowing audiences away for the last seven years. Their full throttle rock ’n’ roll drives at 100mph with no hands on the wheel and both eyes on the rear view mirror. Retrospective, yes. Revivalist, no.  The intertwined guitars of Ed Jalil and Dave Preston have authentic ’70s overdrive and licks, the rhythm section (Tony Coote on drums and Lee Grubb on bass) keep the grooves flowing. Cat Black also have a rare commodity in a world of beige singers, they have a solid gold, 100% gen-u-ine, bona fide frontman.

Like the rock ’n’ roll bastard messiah child of Mick ’n’ Keef , Rodders ’n’ Woody, Chris Robinson, Jim Jones and Bobby Gillespie leaping from the stage, Billy Skinner is a cyclone of a front man, engaging, funny and really fucking loud! His particular brand of rock ’n’ roll excess has graced almost every stage in London and across the country leaving jaws on the floor and ears pinned to the wall. It’s no surprise that they were voted one of the NME‘s Must See Live Acts.

Criminally under represented on record Cat Black have released a single self titled EP (buy here). Six tracks of diamond encrusted glam spliced with Exile era Stones and The Black Crowes.  The sound is a journey to a time of choppers, hotpants and spangles, it’s ’73 and it’s hot.  I feel shortchanged, there should be an album, there should be stadium tours, there should be stretch limos, this is real rock ’n’ roll band!

Come to the Vic and catch the black cats.

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Shindig! Broadcast #49

JON ‘MOJO’ MILLS and THOMAS PATTERSON spin the usual mag related tunes, special guests come in the form of THEE HYPNOTICS’ Jim Jones and Ray Hanson, fresh on the back of their reform tour


Credit: Jeff Pitcher

01) Soho Radio Intro WCPAEB
02) Shindig! Broadcast indent
03) Bond & Brown ‘Mass Debate’
04) Love ‘The Daily Planet’
05) Luther Russell ‘Arthur Lee’
06) The Association ‘Are You Ready’
07) Cochise ‘Velvet Mountain’
08) Mighty Baby ‘Devil’s Whisper’
09) Heads Hands & Feet ‘I’m In Need Of Your Help’ 
10) Formerly Fat Harry ‘Captain Heart’ 
11) Matthews Southern Comfort ‘And When She Smiles’ 
12) Hookfoot ‘Bluebird’
13) Michael Nesmith & The First National Band ‘1st National Dance’ (TALK OVER) 
14) Emma Tricca ‘Green Box’ 
15) Kacy & Clayton ‘The Light Of Day 
16) The Lost Brothers ‘More Than I Comprehend’ 
17) Olden Yolk ‘Vital Sign’ 
18) The Electric Prunes ‘I Happen to Love You’ 
19) Triptides ‘Saturday Far Away’ 
20) The Who ‘Early Morning Cold Taxi’ 
21) David Bowie ‘In The Heat Of The Morning’ 
22) David Bowie ‘Karma Man’ 
23) David Bowie ‘Let Me Sleep Beside You’ 
24) Thee Hypnotics ‘Choose My Own Way’ 
25) Thee Hypnotics ‘Love In A Different Vein (BBC John Peel Sessions)’ 
26) Thee Hypnotics ‘All Messed Up’ 
27) Thee Hypnotics ‘Shakedown’ 
28) Thee Hypnotics ‘Goodbye’ 

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Shindig! Broadcast #48

Jon ‘Mojo’ Mills, Paul Osborne and Thomas Patterson are joined in the studio with guests The Hanging Stars and Greg Foat for nearly two hours of music and chat


01) WCPAEB Intro
02) Booker T. & The MG’s ‘Something’
03) Duncan Browne ‘On The Bombsite
04) Edward’s Hand ‘If I Ever Thought You’d Change Your Mind’
05) Peter Sarstedt ‘Frozen Orange Juice’
06) Ralph McTell’Pick Up A Gun’
07) Hampshire & Foat ‘Honey For A Penny’
08) The Hanging Stars ‘Pick Up The Pieces’
09) Jonathan Wilson ‘Hi Ho The Righteous’
10) Green Seagull ‘Black & White’
11) The Hanging Stars ‘How I Got This Way’ (Live)
12) Gloria ‘Heavy’ (ft. Arianna Monteverd)
13) The Hanging Stars ‘Water Song’ (Live)
14) Gwenno ‘Tir Ha Mor’
15) The Soundcarriers ‘The Outsider’
16) Johnny Harris ‘Paint It Black’
17) The Buoys ‘Timothy
18) The Butterfield Blues Band ‘Dropping’ Out’
19) Johnny Hallyday ‘Rivière… Ouvre Ton Lit’
20) Wishbone Ash ‘Lady Whiskey’
21) Jonathan Wilson ‘Sunset Blvd’
22) Ernie Hawks & The Soul Investigators ‘Scorpio Man Theme’
23) Corduroy ‘London England’
24) Once & Future Band ‘Old Brain’
25) Procol Harum ‘Simple Sister’ (Live Rehearsal, Edmonton)
26) The Pandoras Hot Generation
27) Spirit ‘Rougher Road’

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