Chris T-T’s Midnight Campfire episode #93
From Words
posted on July 13th, 2016

Here’s the track listing for episode #93 of Midnight Campfire, first broadcast Wed 13 July 2016 on Juice 107.2. Annie Keating’s Trick Star is July’s Album of the Month and The Coppers sing this week’s Campfire Songbook entry. Listen online to the episode – and I’ll put up the TotallyRadio archive link as soon as it’s ready. Here’s what I played…

Sam Carter – From The South Bank To Soho (How The City Sings, Captain Records)
Deerful – Better (Staying Still EP, self-release)
Kaela Rowan – Lord Gregory (The Fruited Thorn, self-release)
O’Hooley & Tidow – The Needle And The Hand (Shadows, No Masters Co-op)
The Felice Brothers – Triumph ’73 (Life In The Dark, Yep Roc)
Dick Gaughan – What You Do With What You Got (Outlaws & Dreamers, Greentrax)
Martyn Joseph – The Luxury Of Despair – Acoustic (Sanctuary Acoustic, Pipe Records)
The Breath – The Toll (Carry Your Kin, Realworld)
Ben Seretan – Bowl Of Plums (Bowl Of Plums, Whatever’s Clever)
Alasdair Roberts & James Green – The Left-Hand Man
(Plaint Of Lapwing, Clay Pipe Music)
* The Copper Family – Spencer The Rover (Come Write Me Down – Early Recordings, Topic)

Michael Kiwanuka – Black Man In A White World (Black Man In A White World, Polydor)
** Annie Keating – You Bring The Sun (Trick Star, self-release)
Joanne Rowe – Night, Sleep Tight (single, self-release)
Hattie Briggs – Lift Me Up (Young Runaway, self-release)
Martin Creed – Everybody Needs Someone To Hate (Thoughts Lined Up, Telephone Records)
Louis Barabbas – Hate (Project Fear EP, Debt Records)
BJ Barham – Unfortunate Kind (Rockingham, At The Helm)
Gord Downie, The Sadies & The Conquering Sun – One Good Fast Job
(Gord Downie, The Sadies & The Conquering Sun, Wiener Art Inc.)
Paul Goodwin – Never Better (The Northern Lights In The Neon Tube, self-release)
Martin Carthy & Dave Swarbrick – Clyde’s Water (Skin + Bone, Topic)
Sheelanagig – Shetlag (Beard Town, self-release)
Stephen Steinbrick – Building Machines (Anagrams, Melodic)

* this week’s Campfire Songbook entry picked by Thomas in east London – thanks very much.
** from July’s Album of the Month.


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