Shindig! Broadcast #59

JON ‘MOJO’ MILLS and THOMAS PATTERSON return to Soho Radio for their monthly show and look back at the best releases of 2018


Tracklist

David Lindup ‘The Zodiac’
The Action ‘Shadows And Reflections’       
Honeybus ‘She Said Yes’
Fickle Pickle ‘California Calling’
The Beatles ‘Circles’
Keith Mansfield ‘Funky Fanfare’
Michael Rault ‘I’ll Be There’             
GospelbeacH ‘Freeway To The Canyon’
Mapache ‘Katie Dear’
Bobbie Gentry ‘Sweete Peony‘
The Beatles ‘Not Guilty’
Gene Clark ‘Past My Door’
Popera Cosmic ‘Poursuite’
The Pretty Things ‘Mr. Evasion’
Oh Sees ‘Enrique El Corbrador’ 
Thee Hypnotics ‘(Let It) Come Down Heavy‘
The Steve Miller Band ‘My Dark Hour’ 
Bob Seger & The Last Heard ‘Persecution Smith’
Gwenno ‘Daromres y’n Howl’ 
The Soundcarriers ‘Waves’ 
Serge Gainsbourg & Michel Colombier  ‘Requiem Pour Un Con’ 
Calibro 35 (feat. Serena Altavilla) ‘Stingray’     
Eartha Kitt ‘Paint Me Black Angels’ 
The Loons ‘Blue Ether’ 
Gloria ‘Dancehall N°3’
Triangle ‘Litanies‘
Craig Smith ‘Now’s The Time’
Alan Klein  ‘Age of Corruption’     
Ralph McTell  ‘Pick Up A Gun’       
David Axelrod ‘The Mental Traveler’     
Zuider Zee ‘Might Be I’m Losing My Mind‘
The Lemon Twigs ‘The Lesson’
White Denim ‘Good News’

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Shindig! Broadcast #58 – The Xmas Day Show

Jon, Paul and Thomas drink Port, squabble and play a selection of seasonal tunes


Tracklist

Xmas Message into Rotary Connection ‘Christmas Love’
Donnie Hathaway ‘This Christmas’
The Flirtations ‘Christmas Time Is Here Again’
Count Sidney & His Dukes ‘Soul Christmas’
Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings ‘Funky Little Drummer Boy’
Jimmy Reed ‘Christmas Present Blues’
The Band ‘Christmas Must Be Tonight’
Big Star ‘Jesus Christ’
The Beach Boys ‘Morning Christmas’
Wild Billy Childish & The Musicians Of The British Empire ‘Ho Ho!’
Bob Seger & The Last Heard ‘Sock It To Me Santa’
The 3rd Power ‘Snow’
Homer & Jethro ‘Santa Claus, The Original Hippie’
The Annie Rocket Band ‘A Little Smile On Christmas Morning’
Green Seagull ‘First Snow Of Winter’
Saturday’s Children ‘Christmas Sounds’
The Asylum Choir ‘Icicle Star Tree’
The Free Design ‘Close Your Mouth It’s Christmas’
Saturday’s Children ‘Deck Five’
Francoise Hardy ‘Fleur de Lune’
The Sha La Das ‘Sha La Da La La (It’s Christmas time)’
Khruangbin ‘Christmas Time Is Here’
She & Him ‘The Coldest Night Of The Year’
Whyte Horses ‘Next Year Will Be Mine’
Jan & Lorraine ‘Snow Roses’
Mandy Morton ‘Ghost Of Christmas Past’
Lalo Schifrin ‘Joy To The World’
Rosko ‘Ou Est Pere Noel?’ 
Andy Pickett ‘Who Knows The Snow’
The Bangles ‘Hazy Shade Of Winter’
Fleet Foxes ‘White Winter Hymnal’
Horslips ‘Drive The Cold Winter Away’
Mike Oldfield ‘Dulce Jubilo’

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Shindig! Broadcast #57

A brilliant show, with guests Emma Tricca and Cobalt Chapel. Jon ‘Mojo’ Mills and Thomas Patterson man the music, pose the questions and all have a grand time


Tracklist

WCPAEB into Soundcarriers ‘Harmonium’
Great Society ‘Free Advice’
Jefferson Airplane ‘Come Up The Years’
Oxford Circle ‘Foolish Woman’
The Mystery Trend ‘Johnny Was A Good Boy’
Stained Glass ‘A Scene In Between’
Neighb’rhood Children ‘Long Years In Space’
The Storybook ‘Pretty Song from Psych Out’
Blue Cheer ‘Out Of Focus’
Big Brother & The Holding Company ‘Oh Sweet Mary’
Kak ‘Everything’s Changing’
Moby Grape ‘Seeeing’
Joy Of Cooking ‘Did You Go Downtown’
Tripsichord Music Box ‘We Have Passed’
Janko Nilovic ‘Xenos Cosmos’
Zimpel/ Zolek ‘Elytra’
Emma Tricca & Cobalt Chapel ‘Winter My Dear’
Cobalt Chapel ‘Who Are The Strange (Variant)’
Cobalt Chapel ‘Black Eyes
Emma Tricca ‘Julian’s Wings’
Daniel Romano ‘All The Reaching Trims’
The Human Beinz ‘Nobody But Me’
Julie Felix ‘Snakeskin’
The Kinks ‘Last Of The Steam Powered trains’ (Live at The Julie Felix Show, Jan 7 1969)
Steve Mason ‘Stars Around My Heart’
Joel Sarakula ‘Baltic Jam’
Fickle Pickle ‘Let Me Be The One’

 

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Shindig! Broadcast #53

Yes, it’s only a week after the last one but heatwaves do things like this


  1. Soho Radio WCPAEB intro
  2. The Marketts ‘Out Of Limits’
  3. Sharron Kraus ‘When Darkness Falls’
  4. The Fernweh ’Timepiece’
  5. Tony Molina ‘Before You Go’
  6. Mapache ‘Lonesome LA Cowboy’
  7. Israel Nash ‘The Widow’
  8. Grand Funk Railroad ‘Feelin’ Alright’
  9. Brant Bjork ‘Pretty Hairy’
  10. Garcia Peoples ‘Hangin’ On’
  11. The Nude Party ‘War Is Coming’
  12. Gulp ‘I Dream Of Your Song’  
  13. Bill Mason ’Now Run And Tell That’ (To run down tracks over)
  14. Marc Jonson ‘Mary’
  15. The Flies ‘I’m Not Your Stepping Stone’ 
  16. The Action ‘Come On, Come With Me’
  17. Manfred Mann ‘What You Gonna Do?’
  18. Jason Crest ’Black Mass’
  19. The Poets ‘In Your Tower’
  20. The Jimi Hendrix Experience ‘Hey Joe’
  21. Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio ‘Little Booker T’ 
  22. The Small Faces ‘Ogdens Nut Gone Flake’
  23. The Small Facers ‘The Hungry Intruder’ .
  24. Art ‘Supernatural Fairytale’ 
  25. The Pretty Things ‘Loneliest Person’
  26. The Humblebums ‘Saturday Round About Sunday’
  27. Fickle Pickle ’Saturday’
  28. Curved Air ‘Back Street Luv’
  29. The Lee Riders ‘The Moment’
  30. Lalomie Washburn ‘What’s Love’
  31. White Denim ‘It Might Get Dark’
  32. Man ‘Daughter Of The Fireplace’
  33. The Beach Boys ‘Passing By’
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Shindig! Broadcast #52

JON ‘MOJO’ MILLS goes it alone, meets The Lemon Twigs’ Michael and spins two hours of fab music


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1. Soho Radio Intro
2. The Millennium ‘Prelude’
4. The Lemon Twigs ‘If You Give Enough’
5. Jonathan Richman ‘Modern World’
6. Doug Tuttle ‘Twilight’
7. The Magnificent Tape Band ‘Danger’
8. Paul Steel ‘Yeti Rock’
9. The Asteroid No. 4 ‘Weeping Willow’
10. Big Kizz ‘High’
11. Zuider Zee ‘Quite A While’
12. Renee Armand ‘England’
13. George Martin ‘Sea Of Monsters’
14. Steve Gillette ‘Back On The Street Again’
15. Daniel Gérard ’Sexologie’
16. The Electric Prunes ‘Are You Loving Me More But Enjoying It Less’
17. The Steve Miller Band ‘Dear Mary’
18. Twice As Much ‘The Spinning Wheel’
19. John Cameron ’Dawn – Billy Sees Kes In The Tower’
20. Buffalo Springfield ‘The Hour Of Not Quite Rain’
21. Buffalo Springfield ‘I Am A Child
22. Dewey Martin & Medicine Ball ‘Indian Child’
23. The Grateful Dead ‘Born Cross Eyed’
24. Dave Evans ‘City Road’
25. Todd Rundgren’s Utopia ‘Slut’
26. The Rayders ‘A Working Man’
27. The Mourning After ‘Long Ways Back’
28. One Eleven Heavy ‘Valley Bottom Fever’
29. Frankie & The Witchfingers ‘Tea’
30. Eden Ahbez ‘The Market Place’
31. Archie Shepp ‘Attica Blues’
32. Blodwyn Pig ‘Worry’
33. Rick Henn & Company ‘Drainpipe’

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