Episode 2: Back For More
I Divide the Sky as it Burns Red over The Dead Famous as written on Page 44 but First Things First there'll be Dreaming Spires as the Rainy Boy Sleeps atop the Winter Mountain proving there's only One Cure For Man, Under a Banner.
Okay so I was unable to follow through on my promise of using a better microphone this time round but this is on the 'to do' list, flagged in red and underlined several times. Oh, it's in bold too! I must therefore apologise for the slight sound distortion at times but thankfully this is only during the bits I'm waffling on about stuff so you know what to do! That's right, just hit that fast forward button/option. You might need to get that replaced after just these first two episodes. Or take out some insurance exclusively for that button.
Putting this playlist together was just as much fun as the previous one and features the following:
- Introduction - I Divide
- The Arrival - I Divide
- Paralysed Lullabies - Sky Burns Red
- Superstar - The Dead Famous
- Answers - Page 44
- Let the Good Times Roll, Kid - First Things First
- Not Every Song From the Sixties is a Classic - The Dreaming Spires
- I'm Leaving Home - Dan Donnelly
- Shopping Centre Song - Rainy Boy Sleep
- Sarah - Winter Mountain
- Digits Point - Howard James Kenny
- Blackbirds - One Cure For Man
- Another Time - Under a Banner
Please do check out Tweep Nation, the podcast run by Dionne and Amber who I mentioned because they really will have you rolling around the floor laughing your arse off.
Also, a book to add to your reading list, especially if fantasy is a genre you enjoy or like to dip into, is Dionne Lister's recently released debut novel Shadows of the Realm .
Truck Festival because there are some fantastic acts on the bill. I'm a fool for not having a ticket yet but that is also on the 'to do' list. This is right at the top, at the sides and the bottom just so I don't miss it. It also has huge arrows pointing inwards to it and a little note by the side saying I will be severely beaten with very smelly wet fish if I fail to get a ticket and it sells out. I'm on it. I promise. I really don't want to miss this!
The Dreaming Spires I've seen and feature in this episode with their brand new single.
British Sea Power I saw at Beautiful Days Festival a few years ago as I did with US band The Low Anthem who appeared there last year. One of their songs featured one of the guys using a saw as an instrument. Yes, an actual saw as in sawing a plank of wood saw. Like your dad on a Sunday afternoon. 'It's time to just go and saw a plank of wood in half!' (Eddie Izzard) It was different but nevertheless it was musical!
Villagers and Frightened Rabbit I first saw play on Later with Jools Holland and I've been enjoying Get Cape Wear Cape Fly and Mystery Jets for a number of years already. Not 100% sure I've heard any of the others but I need to have a closer look.
The Last Republic I played and championed in episode 1! Fantastic band so to miss out on them when playing so near and with all the other great music on offer I'd need my head examining wouldn't I?
I guess I'll be seeing you there then?
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Coming up in episode 3 then I should have the following:
T J Courtney
In addition to a very special musical guest track in the style of David Bowie so make sure you subscribe and tune in for that!
Until then, peace to all of you!
As always thanks to Mark Blasco at podcastthemes.com for the intro and outro theme.