Chris T-T’s Midnight Campfire episode #91
From Words
posted on June 30th, 2016

Here’s what I played on this week’s Midnight Campfire. There’s been some technical glitches, so you may have heard the first half of this the previous week but I’m calling this week’s broadcast the full show. Listen again at Juice and I’ll put up the TotallyRadio archive link when it’s ready. Here’s the playlist…

The Eskies – Fever (After The Sherry Went Round, self-release)
Dana Immanuel & The Stolen Band – Clockwork (Come With Me, self-release)
The Hornblower Brothers – Selfie (single, self-release)
Paul Simon – Horace & Pete (Stranger To Stranger, Concord Music Group)
The Breath – Antwerp (Carry Your Kin, Realworld)
Sean Rowe – Soldier’s Song (Her Songs EP, Anti)
Sultans Of String – Enter The Gate (Subcontinental Drift, McKhool)
Spain – The Depression (Carolina, Glitterhouse)
Applewood Road – Home Fires (Applewood Road, Gearbox)
Alexis Taylor – Crying In The Chapel (Piano, Moshi Moshi)
Paul Goodwin – Cold Case (The Northern Lights In The Neon Tube, self-release)
Annie Keating – In The Valley (Trick Star, self-release)
Gabrielle Papillon – With Our Trouble (The Tempest Of Old, Birdsong)
* Nancy Sinatra – Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down
(Kill Bill Vol 1 OST, A Band Apart/Maverick)

John McCusker – Hello, Goodbye (Hello, Goodbye, Under One Sky)
Rant – Happy Days (Reverie, Make Believe)
Marry Waterson & David A Jaycock – Woolgathering Girl
(Two Wolves, One Little Indian)
Peter Gabriel – I’m Amazing (single, self-release)
Richie Syrett – Silhouettes & Outlines (single, To Die For)
MJ Hibbett & The Validators – In The North Stand (Still Valid, self-release)
The McGuire Sisters – Sugartime (The Best Of The McGuire Sisters 1953-62, Trapeze)
Sid Griffin & Tony Poole – Tell Her All The Time (Paisley Overground, At The Helm)
Howe Gelb – Howlin’ A Gale (‘Sno Angel Like You, Fire Records)
Tuath – Who Do You Want Me To Be? (Existence Is Futile EP, self-release)
Solarference – I Wish That The Wars Were All Over (Locks & Bolts, self-release)

* Campfire Songbook entry


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