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Is This Thing On Podcast 101

Now the dust has settled on episode 100, 101 is biting at its heels with some of the best music on the planet!

in no particular order I played Mummy Short Arms ~ Change, No Snow No Alps ~ Lumerino, Catscans ~ Killing Fields, For Abel ~ Yorkshire, Miniature Dinosaur (not Alligator!), Ryan Peel~ What am I missing ?, Russell Morgan and Jesper Ejrup ~ Holding on to You and a live song from me How Can It Be Wrong?

I also mentioned This Thing is on! A compilation of some of the best tunes played on the podcast…Click here and see what you can get for, frankly, peanuts..

Paul Lane from unplug the jukebox came and talked about Weird Shapes and  Chris Devotion & the Expectations.

Dave Miles from BCFM started the first of a brand new feature on the Bristol music. We played a live track from Cue Fanfare recorded for his show A Cup of Tea and a Piece of Cake. This track as well as many others is available to hear on the official Cup of Tea and a Piece of Cake website.

How about that little lot then?

Is This Thing on Podcast

Is This Thin On Podcast 58

Nick Tann Dave Miles Drew Harris
Nick Tann Dave Miles Drew Harris

This week I was joined by my very good friends Drew Harris and Dave Miles.

As well as singing his famous Subcontinental Travel Sick Blues he also bought a few tracks that he has played on his own fine radio show on BCFM

First off though I played 10,000 leaves by the amazing Bella Kardassis, Dave responded with a fine live track Spider from Bristol artist Andy Skelton. I then countered with In To The Sea by Matt Stevens.
Dave then played his famous tune, the aforementioned Subcontinental Travel Sick Blues live in the studio and then introduced Stanton Delaplaine and his amazing tune Concrete.
It was then time for Paul Lane from Unplug the Jukebox to come and wax lyrical about 30 Pound of Bone and I followed up with Loser Rock by The Lost Boys.
Dave then introduced the sublime Baba Yaga’s Consort playing a live version of their track Snakes.
I closed the show with a rendition of a song I wrote for Dave, imaginatively titled Dave. worth clicking on the link if only just to see a lovely picture of Dave, all poise and sophistication!