Podcast 9 – 29th November 2021

Published On 29 November, 2021 | By admin | Podcast

My favourite record of 2021 is ‘Clifftown’ by M.G.Boulter. I’m delighted to welcome Matt for a scintillating kitchen session featuring songs from the album.

Plus the usual mix of music you may not know but are sure to love.


(Artist – Song Title – Album – Label)

Sandy Denny – The Quiet Joys Of Brotherhood –  A Boxful Of Treasures – Fledg’ling
Cobra – Fulfilment – Gold Mine – RAS
Reverend Robert Ballinger – John Saw The Number – The King’s Highway – Bear Family
Abafana Baseqhudeni – Mubi Umakhelwane – A Taste Of The Indestructible Beat Of Soweto – Earthworks
Teacher – You Can’t Step Twice On The Same Piece Of Water – CD single – Mango
Martha & The Muffins – Summer Of Song –  Marthology: In & Outtakes – Muffin Music
Doc & Merle Watson – Home Sweet Home – Home Sweet Home – Sugar Hill
MG Boulter – Clifftown – Kitchen session
MG Boulter – Nights At The Aquarium – Kitchen session
MG Boulter – Icy Paw – Kitchen session
Paul Simon – Renee & Georgette Magritte With Their Dog After The War – Hearts & Bones (2004) – Warner Bros
Henry Thomas – Railroadin’ Some – Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order – Herwin
Momo Wandel Soumah – Afro Swing – Fonti Musicali
Culture – So Long Babylon, A Fool I (And I) – Baldhead Bridge – Shanachie
Dam – Meli Huriye (I Dion’t Have Freedom) – Dedication – Red Circle
Dub Syndicate – Stoned Immaculate – Stoned Immaculate – On U Sounds
Remmy Ongala & Orchestra Super Matimila – Bwana Mdogo – The Kershaw Sessions – Strange Roots
Reverend Robert Ballinger – Walk The Streets Of The City – The King’s Highway – Bear Family
Peter Rowan – Before The Streets Were Paved – T For Texas – Waterfront
MG Boulter – Midnight Movies – Kitchen session
MG Boulter – Pilate – Kitchen session
MG Boulter – Night Worker – Kitchen session
Los Nemus Del Pacifico – El Picaflor – Harder Than Before – Mango

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