Chris T-T’s Midnight Campfire episode #78
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posted on March 16th, 2016

Here’s what I played on Midnight Campfire #78, first broadcast Wed 16 March 2016 on Juice 107.2. I really enjoyed the first hour but the second hour got away from me a bit and almost collapsed, partly because I was falling asleep just as some tech issues happened. It’s an interesting (and nicely mellow) mix of music though, all the way through. Here’s the TotallyRadio link to listen online – and here’s what I played…

Rocky Votolato – Hospital Handshakes (Sawdust and Shavings, Glitterhouse)
James Vincent McMorrow – Wicked Game (live at St Canice Cathedral, Kilkenny)
(single, Believe Digital)
The Cave Singers – Strip Mine (Banshee, self-release)
Breabach – Outlaws And Dreamers (Astar, self-release)
Emmy The Great – Constantly (Second Love, Bella Union)
Roxanne de Bastion – Wasteland (Seeing You EP, Hidden Trail)
Nick Drake – River Man (Five Leaves Left, Island)
Kelly Oliver – The Other Woman (Bedlam, Folkstock Records)
Will Pound & Eddie Jay – The Crooked Reel (Ignite, self-release)
The Blazing Zoos – It’s Your Own Time You’re Wastin’ (Chocks Away, Corinthia)
Pete Astor – Really Something (single, Fortuna Pop!)
* Pilgrim’s Way – Howden Town (Red Diesel, Fellside)
** Jeff Buckley – Everyday People (You and I, Sony)

Mavis Staples – If It’s A Light (Livin’ On A High Note, Anti)
Maz O’Connor – Mother Make My Bed (The Longing Kind, Restless Head)
Joe Buzfuz – Now That I’m The Mayor Of London (single, Blang!)
Darren Hayman & The Short Parliament – Impossibilities (Bugbears, Belka)
Sheila Chandra – Ever So Lonely / Eyes / Ocean (Moonsung, Realworld)
Dallahan – Harbour Of Polperro (Matter Of Time, self-release)
Silly Sisters – How Shall I Your True Love Know? (No More To The Dance, Topic)
Karen Dalton – Ribbon Bow (It’s So Hard To Tell Who’s Going To Love You The Best, Capitol)
Graham Coxon – Cruel Mother (Shirley Inspired compilation, Earth Records)
Jobriath – Ducky Lullaby (As The River Flows, Eschatone)
Josienne Clarke & Ben Walker – My Love Is Like A Red Red Rose
(Fire & Fortune, Navigator)

* March album of the month.

** this week’s entry into the Campfire Songbook.


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