Chris T-T’s Midnight Campfire episode #68
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posted on December 9th, 2015

Here’s the playlist for Midnight Campfire episode #68 first broadcast 9 Dec 2015 on Juice 107.2. For the first time I made this episode while touring and it’s turned out a mellower patchwork than usual, I think – though that’s fine. Listen online here and here’s what I played…

Kate Rusby – Cold Winter (The Frost Is All Over, Pure)
Kate Tempest – Europe Is Lost (single, Caroline International)
Yorkston Thorn Kahn – Little Black Buzzer (single, Domino)
Sam Amidon – Falsehearted Chicken (But This Chicken Proved Falsehearted, Ominvore)
Pentangle – Travelling Song (The Time Has Come (1967-1973), Sanctuary Records)
Leveret – Not Basingstoke (In The Round, Root Beat Records)
Jane Kramer – Carnival Of Hopes (Carnival Of Hopes, self-release)
John Tams – How High The Price / All Clouds The Sky / St. Hilda’s Waltz
(The Reckoning, Topic)
Malcolm Holcombe – Another Black Hole (Another Black Hole, Gypsy Eyes Music)
Howe Gelb – Neon Filler (Plucklings, Fire Records)
* June Tabor – Sir Patrick Spens (An Echo Of Hooves, Topic)

Joan Armatrading – Love And Affection (Joan Armatrading, A&M)
Sam Kelly – Six Miners (The Lost Boys, self-release)
Enya – The Humming (Dark Sky Island, Aigle/Warner Music)
Kelly Kemp – Pillow (Come Back, Come Back!, Everything Sucks)
The Self Help Group – Birds Still Sing (Dead Stars, Union Music Store)
Luckless – Better Than Being Blue (Vindication Blues, self-release)
Clype – Red Tide (Clype, self-release)
Billy Liar – It Starts Here (It Starts Here EP, self-release)
Paper Rifles – Politics (Politics EP, self-release)
Legendary Shack Shakers – The Dog Was Dead (feat. Billy Bob Thornton)
(Southern Surreal, Alternative Tentacles)
Mark McCabe – That Time I Almost Killed Martin
(A Good Way To Bury Bad News, Shield)
Annie Dressner – Hardy Boys (Strangers Who Knew Each Other’s Names, self-release)

* this week’s Campfire Songbook entry


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