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Is This Thing on Podcast – Steve Lowis Special

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Yes my chilly willies, it’s another special this time the fragrant Steve Lowis came and spoke to us about his new album “Chapter” it is rather wonderful and you should go and buy it BUT BEFORE you do have a listen to this. Steve explains what it is all about and what drives him  and all that wonderful worthy stuff

 

Steve website with pictures and allsorts https://www.stevelowis.com/

You can buy Steve’s wonderful album with all the trimmings click click click https://stevelowis.bandcamp.com/merch/chapters-book-with-cd-lyrics-and-photos

 


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A kind of Eastleigh Festival of Music Special…..

Paul Lane and myself discuss the event and play music form some of the people who played including Andrew Foster, Anja McCloskey, The Real Raj, The Last Child Dancing, Toupe, Steve Lowis, Woven Bird and good old me, Nick Tann.

Should be a normal show next week, what ever one of those

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After a very tiring weekend I bring you some of the best music on the planet, namely The Statler Project ~ Been In Your Streets, Fit & The Conniptions ~ Sweet Sister Starlight, The Travis Waltons – Milliionaire, Matt Erion Orchestra ~ Reach (Simon Brown’s choice),  The Fierce & The Dead, The Real Raj ~ Safe & Sound, Steve Picken ~ High Hopes, Anja McCloskey ~ Stephanie (whose diary from America you can find at (Mintsouth.com), Steve Lowis and a track by me dedicated to all the people who supported me yesterday as I recorded the 8 tracks for my Vinyl Project.

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It appears that the Markers Mark did the trick this week as I whizzed through the podcast at record speed!

I started off with and old favourite Diana by The Wilton Project, then a most beautiful tune by April Maybe May called Sugar & Mess and then Alibi by Planes Over Paris. Then came my interview with the delightful Anja McClosky who told me all about her imminent tour of America next month. If you’re about try and catch her to say hi.

I also played Anja’s amazing tunes Stephanie IV. Pam Shaffer’s track Henry followed this then a word or two from that nice Paul Lane from Unplug the Jukebox. Steve Lowis’s Rescue and newly named Alligator Indian and their top track Prospect Park.

I finished off with a track I recorded on my honeymoon in 2006, lets just call it Slide.

I hope you enjoyed the podcast, click on something eh?

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Back to some form of normality this week

I played (in no particular order) Indigo Earth, Haunted Stereo, Matt Stephens remixed by Pseudo Ambient, Kevin Fisher, Steve Lowis, STIMULATOR, Matt Erion Trio, Jim Chorley and me.

Dave Miles was talking to Benita Johnson and Apoc was waxing lyrical aboot Another Story

My hangover suggests that this may not be as good as I may have thought it was.

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In this weeks podcast I play in no particular order the very talented James Corachea (England) whose video you can see below, the sublime Steve Lowis (England), the quite beautiful American duo Camp Out, Dave Miles’ Pure Acoustica interview is with the amazing James Watson, voice of a knave Tom Caulfield (England), the also very beautiful Sweet Tooth (England)  and for the first time I play Slovakian band I & Son and Lost in Wonderland (England) and the sweet gypsy tones of Juana Ghani (USA)

Some more astute readers may have noticed that I have put the country of origin for the first time. Well done…

I also mention that, thanks to everyone, I have now topped my 1000 target

I also mentioned one of my other ventures Pure Acoustica

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In another top class podcast I play two tracks from Matt Stevens new album Ghost. Why two you may ask, because it’s that bloody good I reply! I also play a beautiful track from the new album from Eleven & the Falcons, an old favourite of mine from The Visitors, then Apoc, in a new feature, checked out my website, then I played yet another old fave namely Diana by the Wilton Project, Stephan Schwenk played a loverly tune composed by Jeroen Groot Beumer from the Netherlands. I played a rough but sublime track by Lewis Maclean (Mark Bolan anyone?) then an interview I recorded with Steve Lowis with a great song at the end. One of my tunes “Love Lies” I don’t think that is available to download anywhere but will be very very soon.


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