The Blowin Weekly Extra – Sometimes the world has a load of questions..

Blowin 9-10pm Sunday 17 October 2010
More tunes than time…
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Listen to BCB on 106.6 FM or www.bcbradio.co.uk

Langcliffe Lime Kiln, photo by Janine Gaunt

Langcliffe Lime Kiln, photo by Janine Gaunt

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From BCB’s Tim Moon – his Folk Us! guest schedule includes BCB presenter and legendary music journo – Melody Maker etc - Karl Dallas talking about the Sandy Denny box set, at 9pm on Monday 18 October.

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The North Bar has a good Last FM stream – random radio for your PC – http://bit.ly/aIU0p3 – thanks to Zak for the tip

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Symbiosis Sound System meets Inspirational Sound
Friday 12 November, The Mill, Preston St, Bradford.
Dub Lab is back. £5 entry 10pm-late.

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This week I have mostly been.. commuting. And working.
Tonight, I went to a popcorn barn in Birstall with the Thornton Fiddler to watch The Social Network, aka the Facebook movie, screenplay by Aaron Sorkin, who was behind the West Wing, a big favourite of mine. The Social Network is two hours long, and it went by in a flash – it’s that good.
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Blowin
17 October

Jefferson Starship – Starship – Blows Against The Empire CD – RCA
Roland Kirk – Inflated Tear – Atlantic Jazz Legends CD – Atlantic
Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan remixed by Bally Sagoo – Kinna Sohna – Magic Touch CD – Oriental Star
Talking Heads – The Great Curve – Remain In Light CD – Sire
Dennis Walks & I Roy – Combination Heart Don’t Leap – Moodisc
Jimi Hendrix – New Rising Sun – First Rays Of The New Rising Sun CD – Experience Hendrix
Nightmares On Wax – Les Nuits – Carboot Soul CD – Warp

More playlists at www.rob-walsh.co.uk

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The Great Curve

Sometimes the world has a load of questions
Seems like the world knows nothing at all
The world is near but it’s out of reach
Some people touch it…but they can’t hold on.

She is moving to describe the world
Night must fall now-darker, darker.
She has messages for everyone
Night must fall now-darker, darker.
She is moving by remote control
Night must fall now-darker, darker.
Hands that move her are invisible
Night must fall now-darker, darker.

The world has a way of looking at people
Sometimes it seems that the world is wrong
She loves the world, and all the people in it
She shakes ‘em up when she start to walk.

She is only partly human being
Divine, to define, she is moving to define, so say so, so say so
She defines the possibilities
Divine, to define, she is moving to define, so say so, so say so
Holding on for an eternity
Divine, to define, she is moving to define, so say so, so say so
Gone…ending without finishing
Divine, to define, she is moving to define, so say so, so say so

The world moves on a womans hips
The world moves and it swivels and bops
The world moves on a womans hips
The world moves and it bounces and hops
A world of light…she’s gonna open our eyes up
A world of light…she’s gonna open our eyes up
She’s gonna hold/it move/it hold it/move it hold/it move it hold/it move it
A world of light…she’s gonna open our eyes up

She is moving to describe the world
Night must fall now-darker, darker.
She has messages for everyone
Night must fall now-darker, darker.
She is moving by remote control
Night must fall now-darker, darker.
Hands that move her are invisible
Night must fall now-darker, darker.

Divine, to define, she is moving to define, so say so
Night must fall now-darker, darker.
She…has got to move the world…to move the world…to move the world

A world of light…she’s gonna open our eyes up
A world of light…she’s gonna open our eyes up
She’s gonna hold/it move/it hold it/move it hold/it move it hold/it move it
A world of light…she’s gonna open our eyes up

Wanna define…so say so, so say so
Divine to define, she is moving to define, so say so, so say so
Night must fall now-darker, darker.
She…has got to move the world…to move the world…to move the world

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Keep On Blowin
Rob
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Rob co-founded BCB with Mary Dowson, back when the hills were young and it were all flat caps an chappatis round 'ere. It was known as Bradford Festival Radio then, and thanks to the generosity of Dusty Rhodes we got started. Now he takes photos, puts little silver discs in drawers, mumbles into microphones, and walks on the hills. Keep On Blowin..