Podcast 2 – 3rd June 2021

Published On 7 June, 2021 | By admin | Podcast

My old radio show is reborn! Join me on the frontline of the one man war on musical mediocrity with this fortnightly podcast.

World music, African music, blues, country, gospel, rhythm’n’blues, calypso, folk, roots music, reggae, rock’n’roll… new ones, old ones and surprising ones, but all bloody great.


(Artist – Song Title – Album – Label)

The Swan Silvertones – At The Cross – Get Your Soul Right – Charly
The Clash – Tommy Gun – Give ‘Em Enough Rope – Columbia
Prince Far I – Reggae Music Moving – Black Man Land – Virgin Front Line
Dorothy Masuka – Hapo Zamani – Pata Pata – Mango
Ry Cooder – How Can You keep On Moving? –  Into The Purple Valley – Reprise
Woody Guthrie – I Ain’t Got No Home – A Proper Introduction To Woody Guthrie – Proper
Bruce Springsteen – Deportee – Till We Outnumber Them – Righteous Babe
John Shuttleworth – Get The Volvo Val – The A1111 And other Ones – Chic Ken
MG Boulter – Soft White Belly – Clifftown – Hudson
Hom Bru – Cooper’s Reels – No Afore Time – Hom Bru
Electric Jalaba – Cubaili Ba – Strut
Ronnie Butler – Burma Road – Download
Half Man Half Biscuit – 24 Hour Garage People – Trouble Over Bridgwater – Probe Plus
Charlie Poole & His North Carolina Ramblers – Shootin’ Creek – The Essential Charlie Poole – Proper
Joseph Kabasele – Ko Ko Ko, Qui Est La? – Le Grand Kalle: His Life, His Music – Stern’s
Angelique Kidjo – Malaika – personal recording
Gillian Welch & David Rawlings – Hello, In There – All The Good Times Are Past And Gone – Acony
John Prine – Picture Show – The Missing Years – Oh Boy
Swamp Dogg – Sam Stone –  Cuffed, Collared & Tagged – Edsel
Mary Gauthier – Bullet Holes In The Sky – Rifles & Rosary Beads – Proper
Terry Allen – American Childhood II (Bad Kiss) – Just Like Moby Dick – Paradise Of Bachelors
Les Amazones De Guinee – Deni Wana – Wamato – Stern’s
Shaba Kahamba – Litiot – Bitumba – Karac

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