DAYS December 2010 - SHOW NOTES
Lummy Days 25 - December 2010
Our dear chum Mr Crun Walter holds the fort for this Brussels sprout fuelled extravaganza .
Wonderful Stackridge songs plus the secret of the pantomime horse is revealed and we hear some recollections of fans first ever Stackridge gig. All this plus music from Jimmy Goodrich, The Nusongs Project, Alan Draper, Big in Japan, Straightshooter, LAF, Half Man Half Biscuit, Gnu and the Shrew and Mad Tea Party.
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Track: Breakfast with Werner von Braun
Album: The Original Mr Mick
Track: Blind To The Time Anew
Artist: Jimmy Goodrich
Web page: http://www.myspace.com/jimmygoodrichmusic
Jimmy Goodrich is a Canadian Singer-Songwriter, now based in Bristol, England.
Track: Be With Me This Christmas Time
Artist: The Nusongs Project
Web page: http://www.nusongsnusounds.co.uk/index.html
Artist: Alan Draper
Track: Nothing Special
Artist: Big in Japan
Album: From Y To Z And Never Again 7”
Big in Japan was a post punk band that emerged from Liverpool, England in the late 1970s this song is from 1978
Web page: http://www.myspace.com/strollingbonerecords
Track: Essence of porphyry
Track: Christmas Song
Album: Ten by two
Track: Time flies by (when you are a driver of a train)
Artist: Half Man Half Biscuit
Web page: http://www.hmhb.co.uk/
Back in the DHSS/The Trumpton Riots
Track: Gas Man
Artist: Gnu and the Shrew
Album: Time for Tea
Web page: http://www.myspace.com/gnuandtheshrew
Track: Oh Shit It’s Christmastime
Artist: Mad Tea Party
Album: Oh Sh?*?t it's Christmastime
Web page: http://www.themadteaparty.com/index2.html
Album: Something for the weekend
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