Half Man Half Biscuit, Cambridge Junction, March 2010
Musical randomness from the North Sea coast...
CCR 29: Tracklist
11th January 2011
Well the new year has bought with it a slew of resolutions. One of which is start podcasting more regularly. Hey even if I do another one I'll have exceeded last year's output. 2010 was a good year for gigs even though it doesn't feel like I got to see many.
End of the Road festival was the highlight as usual but I also got along to see King Creosote in London and Half Man Half Biscuit in Cambridge.
There were some local highlights which included seeing Tyrannosaurus Alan a couple times in Margate.
2010 was also the year they threatened to close 6Music, the year of campaigning and of its ultimately being saved. I was so angry I got all middle class and wrote to the BBC Trustees telling them the error of their ways. The contrast podcast, to which I sometimes contribute, was also strangley absent for most of 2010 but I'm pleased to say that it's back for the Festive Fifty. I got the honour of introducing the No. 2 track this year which is____ by ____.
I could tell you but I'd have to kill you! You'll have to wait another week or so for that to be released
but you can listen to Cold Citrus 29 right now...
Tunnels - Tyrannosaurus Alan
What a Fucking Lovely Day - Stephin Merritt
A Chicken With its Head Cut Off - The Magnetic Fields
Joy Division Oven Gloves - Half Man Half Biscuit
Spystick - King Creosote
Good Morning, Bubblegum - The Harvey Girls (Download)
Know Thyself - Jason Pegg
The Calcination of Scout Niblett - Scout Niblett
The Orchids - Psychic TV
Sunshine Recorder - Boards of Canada
Eggs - Jenny is a Boy
Oops! - Tipsy
Bluebirds - The Wilderness of Manitoba
Cherry Lips - Archie Bronson Outfit
Night Flight - Jelen
Comfort Me - Sparklehorse
Approx running time: 68 minutes
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