In this months efficacious episode of Lummy Days, Andy Davis talks about the music he is writing for a forthcoming film featuring the Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers, Crun updates us on Stackridge's new van and we have a startling larger based announcement from Mr Slater.
Additional music from The Fore, Edward II, Josh Thornton, The Dolphin Post , Rachel Hall, The Blue Meanies, The Brian Jacket Letdown and Aelph.
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Andy Davis and Leon Hunt are writing the music for feature length stop-motion model animation movie Grass Roots featuring the Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers. Gilbert Shelton interview extract courtesy http://www.panelborders.com
I have just discovered that Stackridge are back together and this brillaint podcast. What a fantastic gift to the world. Having listened to two I will now download them all and subscribe. Who is Fatty Fudge? Is he from the music business? He has amazingly eclectic taste. I will be buying the new cd , after listening to the last podcast episode what a great insight into a new album, much better than a written review or these 30 second snippets you get on Amazon. Well done Stackridge, I will coming to a live gig soon . Paul
Ben Milton - Hastings
This podcast just gets better and better....and now a hidden track ! Brilliant music and very funny. Keep up the good work Fatty!
MickMike - Maidstone
Wonderful to have the fortnight-old/fading memory of Bush Hall recalled so quickly - without a script (or crypt). But strangely bemused by the trailed Mutter's "larger announcement", which seemed to be about some amber fluid and not a big box or perhaps his waistline measurement - puzzled of Kent!
Doing this just to select the Image name list again - where's the PSOY image?
Jeff Cooper - Cheltenham, England.
Loving this month's edition. In particular The Blue Meanies cover of "It's Not Unusual" (which is unusual for me as I normally have an irrational dislike of all things Tom Jones!).
Also, heartened by the news of Edward II's reformation. Saw them live on a couple of occasions years ago and loved 'em.
Tis educational stuff this Lummy Days Podcast malarky...
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