Chris T-T’s Midnight Campfire episode #87
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posted on May 18th, 2016

Here’s the playlist for Midnight Campfire #87, first broadcast on Juice 107.2 on Wed 18 May 2016. Loved this one; although it’s a simple show – no theme – it felt a ton better than last week. Gill Sandell is still Album of the Month and one of our favourite listeners Andy Waller suggested this week’s Campfire Songbook entry. Listen online at TotallyRadio and here’s what I played…

Foy Vance – Noam Chomsky Is A Soft Revolution
(The Wild Swan, Gingerbread Man)
The Staves – Outlaw (Sleeping In A Car EP, Atlantic)
Jack Cade – The Last Sunrise (A Murder Of Crows, Collision)
Whapweasel – The Hexhamshire Lass (Festivalis, self-release)
The Wonder Stuff – For The Broken Hearted (30 Goes Around The Sun, IRL)
Blair Dunlop – First World Problem (Gilded, self-release)
Jess Morgan – Natalie (single, self-release)
Megson – A Prayer For Hope (Good Times Will Come Again, EDJ Records)
Bruce Springsteen – Atlantic City (Nebraska, Columbia)
Fay Hield – Raggle Taggle Gypsy (Old Adam, Soundpost)
9Bach – Anian (Anian, Realworld)
The Magnetic North – A Death In The Woods
(Prospect Of Skelmersdale, Full Time Hobby)
Joe Tex – Trying To Win Your Love (Joe Tex Collection Vol. 2, Sony/ATV Europe)
* Gill Sandell – Walk On Low (Songs Of Our Years, Rowan Tree Records)
** Comus – Song To Comus (Anthems In Eden compilation, Sanctuary)

Gil Scott Heron – Johannesburg (Johannesburg, Westside)
Faustus – Deal For Yourself (We’ve Got It All EP, Fervor)
Steven James Adams – Modern Options (Old Magick, Fortuna Pop!)
Ange Hardy – Kubla Khan (feat. Tamsin Rosewell) (Esteesee, Story Records)
Rachael McShane, Stu Hanna, Emily Smith – Kingdom Come
(Darwin Song Project, Shrewsbury Folk Festival)
Radiohead – Spectre (A Moon Shaped Pool, XL Recordings)
Emily Smith – Fair Helen Of Kirkconnel (A Day Like Today, Foot Stompin’)
Nuala Kennedy – Fair Annie Of The Loch Royanne
(Behave The Bravest, Under The Arches)
Matt McKee – Alchemy & Other Tricks (The Body You Ride Around In, self-release)
The Copper Family – The Month Of May (Come Write Me Down, Topic)
Richmond Fontaine – Whitey & Me
(You Can’t Go Back If There’s Nothing To Go Back For, El Cortez)
Grace Petrie – The Redundancy Hymn (Love Is My Rebellion, self-release)

* May’s Album of the Month
** this week’s Campfire Songbook entry, suggested by Andy Waller – thanks Andy!

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