More tunes than time…
Blowin 9-10pm Sunday 21st March 2010
Blowin podcasts blowin.podomatic.com
Listen to BCB LIVE – 106.6 FM in West Yorkshire, and www.bcbradio.co.uk/bcb.m3u everywhere else..
Whole Lotta Love inna dance-rock stylee anyone? anyone at all?
AND Stairway To Heaven! No? a step too far?Â ….come back here, now!
- Edgar Broughton Band â€“ Apache / Drop Out
- Asif Ali Khan w. Manzoor Hussain Santoo Khan & Ensemble â€“ Rone Umaara De – Dancing With The Dead CD â€“ Ellipsis Arts
- Horace Andy â€“ Natural Mystic – The Prime Of Horace Andy CD â€“ Music Club
- Joy Division â€“ Love Will Tear Us Apart â€“ Substance CD – Factory
- Four Tet â€“ Angel Echoes â€“ There Is Love In You CD â€“ Domino
- Prince Jammy â€“ Interboro Dub â€“ Prince Jammy Presents Strictly Dub CD â€“ Pressure Sounds
- Jimi Hendrix â€“ Sunshine Of Your Love â€“ Valleys Of Neptune CD â€“ Sony
- Issa Juma And Super Wanyika Stars â€“ Barva (The Letter) â€“ World Defeats The Grandfathers â€“ Swinging Swahili Rhumba 1982-1986 CD â€“ Sterns
- The Box Tops â€“ The Letter â€“ Bell
- Big Star â€“ In The Street – # 1 Record / Radio City CD â€“ Big Beat
- Rhythm & Sound w. Jennifer Lara â€“ Queen In My Empire â€“ Rhythm & sound w. the artists CD â€“ Basic Channel
- Rhythm & Sound â€“ Queen Version â€“ Rhythm & Soundâ€“the versions CD – Basic Channel
- Lord Tanamo â€“ Keep On Grooving â€“ Studio One
More playlists and pictures at www.rob-walsh.co.uk
Keep On Blowin
Scores more astonishing photos received from our friend Irene Young, at the Kumbh Mela in India.
Irene would like to get a book of the photos published, to help fund the school at the Buddhist monastery in Myanmar sheÂ teaches at – if you have any suggestions that may help her I am happy to pass them on.
Here’s what she has to say about this one:
‘It was the main bathing day at the Kumbh Mela.Â Thousands of Naga sadhus took the bath in the early morning, and we managed to stayÂ behind them and get to the bathing ghats.Â No one isÂ allowed to take photos at these ceremonies, but I managed to get the crowd shots by sneaking into the temple area and reaching a top floor. To stay down with them could have meant violence if they saw cameras, we had to be so careful.’
In memory of Ian Lindsay