Shindig! Broadcast #26

Jon ‘Mojo’ Mills, Paul Osborne and Thomas Patterson play an array of sounds and meet Nirvana’s Patrick Campbell-Lyons in the studios of the show’s new home Soho Radio for their 26th Broadcast


Tracklist

Bernard Herrmann ‘Prelude / Outer Space / Radar’

Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger & The Trinity ‘Save The Country’

The Misty Wizards ‘It’s Love’

The Holy Mackerel ‘Scorpio Red’

The Chris Robinson Brotherhood ‘California Hymn’

Bobby Darin ‘Jingle Jangle Jungle’

Nirvana ‘Wings Of Love’

Nirvana ‘Black Flower’

Nirvana ‘The World Is Could Without You’

Nirvana ’The Touchables (All Of Us)’

Jimmy Cliff ‘Pack Up Hang Ups’

The Beach Boys ‘Caroline No’

The Flame ‘I’m So Happy’

The Beach Boys ‘Funky Pretty’

Blue Pills ‘Won’t Go Back’ (track 8)

Blood Ceremony ‘Lorely’

Mystic Moods ‘Cosmic Sea’

5th Dimension ‘Puppet Man’

Hareton Salvanini ‘ i Primitivo’

The Caretakers Of Deception ‘Cuttin’ Grass’

The Mystery Lights ’21 & Counting’

MC5 … Looking At You (original ’68 single version)

The Rationals ‘Guitar Army’ (track 2)

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3 comments on “Shindig! Broadcast #26

  1. Great show guys,Patrick from Nirvana is a wealth of 60s knowledge,you could just go to the pub and leave him talking,personally I loved Blues Pills and Blood Ceremony

  2. Don’t get me wrong. I like Blues Pills new album, but I do think it has a more commercial edge. I wish them every success. Blood Ceremony are superb and nail their influences. I think Lord Of Misrule is killer.

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