This month we have a programme to delight the Francophiles amongst you, as we take Lummy Days on a day trip to France. There is music James Warren recorded with the French band Orwell. Andy Davis talks about The Korgis and we say goodbye to Rachel Hall, Stackridges violinist and hello to her replacement Clare Lindley.
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Another excellent set Mr Fudge. Is the "Frog Song" a track from the album "More Nature Songs (from ballads for the age of science by Hy Zaret and Lou Singer)" by Marais and Miranda? The song is called "How Does A Frog Become A Frog". Keep up the good work
Nat Bowen - St Albans
Fantastic podcast. Can't wait for next month's edition on the new album. Keep up the good work Stackridge.
Robin Miller - Berkshire
Wonderful stuff, illuminating comments from the band, and not a duff track to be seen. I was disappointed though to see lack of info on the Frog Song. Please can you fill in some gaps? I don't think it's the Paul McCartney version...?
Barry Charles - Lutterworth, Leicester
These podcasts just get better and better!!!!!!!!! what a great selection of songs. I have a couple of "chums" who are not Stackridge fans who are now regular subscribers because of the awesome music and are now warming to Stackridge. Keep up the good work and please can we have this weekly!!!!!
Dee Smith - Camden, London
Oh my word! An hour of amazingly funny entertainment. It plopped into my iTunes this morning and my wife and I laughed all the way to work .We love Stackridge and this exactly captures the Stackridge spirit .
Fatty Fudge is a hero, like an escapee from the Goon show! Interesting song choices as usual, loved the Armchair Generals - more details please.
I am now scared to blow my nose in case a mysterious dusky voice says "Bonjour" CLASSIC!
bob - over the next hill
the best yet Mr Fudge
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