Lummy Days 19 - May 2010

This month we have some rare catches in the Stackridge butterfly net, including two 1970s concert recordings, Andys memroies of his cat and the lads in the band choose an actress to be marooned with.

Additional music from Bert Miller and the animal folk, Dynamo Bliss, The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists,Gracie Fields,Alan Draper,Larry Pickleman,The Korgis,The Pink Fairies.Mary Gauthier and Lady June

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00:00:00 Friendliness-Stackridge Track: Lummy Days
Artist: Stackridge
Album: Friendliness
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00:01:24 A Victory for Common Sense-Stackridge Track: The Old Country
Artist: Stackridge
Album: A Victory for Common Sense

00:05:37 -Bert Miller and the animal folk! Track: Worms don't like a rainbow
Artist: Bert Miller and the animal folk!
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from Totnes

00:09:41 21st Century Junk-Dynamo Bliss Track: Fear of Clouds
Artist: Dynamo Bliss
Album: 21st Century Junk
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Released 15 January 2010 Mikael Sandström: vocals, guitars, bass Stefan Olofsson: vocals, keyboards, bass Peter Olofsson: drums, percussion

00:18:21 -The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists Track: Weep in your beer
Artist: The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists
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Julian Gaskell & his Ragged Trousered Philanthropists are a four-piece outfit from Cornwall

00:25:07 -Stackridge Track: Spin Round the room
Artist: Stackridge
Live from Sheffield Polytechnic 1975

00:30:11 -Gracie Fields Track: The Thing-Ummy-Bob
Artist: Gracie Fields
Written by Thompson &Heneker in 1942

00:33:08 Presciption-Alan Draper Track: The Lyder Loo
Artist: Alan Draper
Album: Presciption

00:36:28 -Larry Pickleman Track: Go to school
Artist: Larry Pickleman
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00:39:06 Sticky George-The Korgis Track: All the love in the world
Artist: The Korgis
Album: Sticky George

00:45:01 Kings of Oblivion-The Pink Fairies Track: When's The Fun Begin
Artist: The Pink Fairies
Album: Kings of Oblivion
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Released June 1973

00:51:14 Mercy Now-Mary Gauthier Track: I Drink
Artist: Mary Gauthier
Album: Mercy Now
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00:56:03 Linguistic Leprosy-Lady June Track: To Whom It May Concern
Artist: Lady June
Album: Linguistic Leprosy
From 1974

00:59:20 -Stackridge Track: Your mother should know
Artist: Stackridge
Live Kings College London October 2nd 1975

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