This month we experiment with the worlds first scratch and sniff podcast, delight your hooter with aromatic gems from in and around the world of Stackridge and get a visit from Whispering Bob Harris.
Additional music from The Roches , John Cleese and The 1948 Show Choir, The Blue Meanies, The Harrisons, Alan Draper, Pillage Of The Scammed, Tim Moon, James Henry Jefferson Airplane and the Mutter Slater Band.
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Track: Lummy Days
Artist: Stackridge Album: Friendliness Buy this CD
Track: First Name of Love
Artist: Stackridge Album: Sex and Flags
Nellie the Elephant written in 1956 by Ralph Butler and Peter Hart . This version was recorded in 2006. In medical trials it was found listening to Nellie the Elephant significantly increased the proportion of lay people delivering compression rates at close to 100 per minute.
Track: Too Much
Artist: The Harrisons
Eddie and Cruns band.
Help raise funds to assist Stackridge fly off to to appear on US network TV. A CD full of musical contributions by Rhubarb Thrashers compiled especially for this cause. Nineteen tracks from twelve artists providing over an hours worth of music.
Track: Bristol Channel
Artist: Tim Moon Album: Assisted Flight CD
Track: Won't you try Saturday afternoon
Artist: Jefferson Airplane Album: 2400 Fulton Street
Track: No ones more important than the earthworm
Performed live on The Old Grey Whistle test 1975.
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