Shindig! Broadcast #42

Jon, Paul and Tom back at Soho Radio… 


Tracklist

Intro and EVA

The Dials ‘Once’

Markey Funk ‘Witch Doctor’ – Talk over

Black Sabbath ‘The Wizard’

The Schizophonics ‘Land Of The Living’

The Universals ‘Green Veined Orchids’

The Troggs ‘Maybe The Madman’

The Woggles ‘Moritori Salutant’

Serge Gainsbourg & Jean-Claude Vannier ‘Colin Mallard’

Jim Ghedi ‘Bramley Moor’

Pentangle ’I Saw Am Angel’

Jason Faulkner & Sandra Kerr ‘The Princess Suite’

Pearls Before Swine ‘Another Time’

Alan Hull ‘We Can Swing Together’

Curtis Maldoon ‘The Man From Afghanistan’

Janis Ian ‘Young Generation Blues’

Edwards Hands ‘Revolutions Death Man’

Sunny & The Sunliners ‘Get Down’

10CC ‘Waterfall’

Brian Eno ‘Taking Time Mountain’

Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers ‘The Waiting’

The Tubes ‘White Punks On Dope – Thomas Dynamic Mix’

Maston ‘Rain Dance’

The Undisputed Truth ‘Ball Of Confusion’

Facebooktwittermail

Shindig! Broadcast #41

JON ‘MOJO’ MILLS goes it alone as the Soho Radio team were broadcasting from Bestival. Recorded at home, featuring a selection of issue #71 related stuff and a few personal faves.


  1. Normal intro into Soho Radio into The Tremeloes ‘Instant Whip’
  2. Pentangle ‘Light Flight’
  3. Colorama ‘Give It A Miss’
  4. Russel Morris ‘The Real Thing’
  5. The Puppy ‘Belinda’
  6. Coven ‘For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge’
  7. Captain Beefheart ‘Zig Zag Wanderer’
  8. Calliope ‘I Wanna Thank You’
  9. The Lost ‘Violet Gown’
  10. Solar Flares ‘Hold Your Head Up’
  11. PP Arnold ‘A Likely Piece Of Work’
  12. The Clientele ‘Lunar Days’
  13. The Rolling Stones ‘Citadel’
  14. The Rolling Stones ‘2000 Light Years From Home’
  15. The Rolling Stones ‘Child Of The Moon’
  16. The Rolling Stones ‘Acid In The Grass’
  17. The Xtreems ‘Facts Of Life’
  18. The Beginners Mynd ‘Unity’
  19. Lesley Duncan ‘A Road To Nowhere’
  20. Keith Christmas ‘Travelling Down’
  21. The Virgin Sleep ‘Comes A Time’
  22. Fargo ‘Talks We Used To Have’
  23. Esther Phillips ‘Home Is Where The Hatred Is’
  24. The Undisputed Truth ‘Feelin’ Alright’
  25. Blue Beard ‘Sly Willy’
  26. Balls ‘Hound Dog Howling’
  27. Rare Bird ‘Devil’s High Concern’
  28. Arthur Brown & Kingdom Come ‘Triangles’
  29. Colin Blunstone ‘Smokey Days’
  30. Gilroy Mere ‘Cuckoo Waltz’
Facebooktwittermail

Ryley Walker to team up with Danny Thompson

A match made in heaven


 

H88A4769 copy[1]

 

Fresh from a recent UK and European jaunt earlier this year and with the acclaim in many “best albums of the year” awards for Primrose Green, Ryley Walker will return to the UK in February for what will be a very special tour. He’ll be joined onstage by the legendary double-bassist Danny Thompson, one of the founding members of Pentangle, who has performed with the likes of Richard Thompson, Tim Buckley, Nick Drake, John Martyn and many more, helping to create the lyrical and jazz-flecked astral folk that so influenced Walker close to half a century later. As well as performing works from his two acclaimed albums, the shows will likely include some new Ryley Walker material. Expect a memorable night as these two immensely talented artists come together to create something exceptional.

In advance of this, Shindig! asked Ryley how their first meeting went and what can be expected of the pairing: “Excellent! Me and Danny met up for tea in his nice little suburban home and had long conversations about blue note records and his wife made the most banging squash soup I’ve ever had! I’m in good hands. Expect a heady evening with each gig!”

Dates/info below:

Wednesday 17th February – BRISTOL – St George’s
Thursday 18th February – OXFORD – The Bullingdon
Friday 19th February – BIRMINGHAM – The Rainbow
Saturday 20th February – LONDON – Bush Hall
Sunday 21st February – BARTON-UPON-HUMBER – Ropery Hall
Tuesday 23rd February – STOCKTON-ON-TEES – The Arc
Wednesday 24th February – CLITHEROE – The Grand
Thursday 25th February – LIVERPOOL – Philharmonic Music Room
Friday 26th February – LEEDS – Brudenell Social Club
Saturday 27th February – FARNDALE, NORTH YORKSHIRE – The Band Room
Sunday 28th February – MANCHESTER – Band On The Wall

Facebooktwittermail