Chris T-T’s Midnight Campfire episode #100
From Words
posted on September 11th, 2016

Here’s the playlist for Midnight Campfire #100, first broadcast Wed 7 September 2016 on Juice 107.2 FM and now online at A relatively low key second birthday 100th episode (just a few vaguely themed songs in the second hour) but I loved it. Jill Sobule sings Neil Young into the Campfire Songbook and the new album of the month for September is Chris While & Julie Matthews. Here’s what I played…

Gene Wilder – Pure Imagination (Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory Soundtrack, Geffen)
Fairport Convention – Who Knows Where The Times Goes? (Unhalfbricking, Island)
Freakwater – Bolshevik and Bollweevil (Scheherezade, Bloodshot Records)
Rachel Newton – Proud Maisrie (Here’s My Heart Come Take It, Shadowlands)
Southern Tenant Folk Union – What Would You Give For A Leader With Soul? (single, Jo Rock)
Laura Nyro and Labelle – I Met Him On A Sunday (Gonna Take A Miracle, Sony)
Paul Brady – Arthur McBride – new recording (Nobody Knows: Best Of Paul Brady, PeeBee)
Esmé Patterson – Come See Me (We Were Wild, self-release)
Lynched – Peat Bog Soldiers (single, From Here)
Lisa Hannigan – We, The Drowned (At Swim, Hoop Recordings)
* Chris While & Julie Matthews – The Skin That I’m In (Shoulder To Shoulder, self-release)
** Jill Sobule with John Doe – Down By The River
(Cinnamon Girl compilation, American Laundromat)

Tracy Chapman – Talkin’ Bout A Revolution (Tracy Chapman, Elektra)
Bob Weir – Only A River (single, Sony)
Teyr – The Badge (Far From The Tree, Sleight Of Hand)
Rant – The Orca (Reverie, Make Believe Records)
Franz Nicolay – Open With The Wrestlers (From Us, The Beautiful, Xtra Mile Recordings)
Sophie Ellis-Bextor – Hush Little Voices (Familia, self-release)
John Martyn – I’d Rather Be The Devil (Devil Got My Woman) (Solid Air, Universal Island)
Eva Cassidy – Anniversary Song (Best Of Eva Cassidy, Blix Street Records)
Ray Charles – Two Years Of Torture (The Genius!, Rhino)
Jim Croce – Time In A Bottle (The Original Albums… Plus, Demon Group)
The Woodlands – Long Lost Century (Gems and Bones, Attic Ladder)
Joseph – Hundred Ways (I’m Alone, No You’re Not, ATO/PIAS)
Gene Clark – One In A Hundred (White Light, A&M)
The Playtime Allstars – Happy Birthday To You (Children’s Favourite Nursery Rhymes, Playtime)
Bob Dylan – The Times They Are A-Changin’ (The Times They Are A-Changin’, Sony)

* September’s Album Of The Month
** this week’s Campfire Songbook entry



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