For the second time in this show’s history I had the pleasure of my dad’s company tonight, as his day in Bradford during his trip from Ireland co-incided with the day of my show.Â Apart from discussing the night’s music, we discussed his “6-penny worth of porridge” as featured in yesterdays copy of The Independent and also the proposed crewed one-way mission to Mars as recently discussed on my dad’s blog.
My dad’s favourite tune in tonight’s show was that by The Phoenix Foundation.
This week’s show had ice, 1950s hipsters. I jived well clear of Kerouac and kept the noise beats real fly. If you gaters feel like popping some rhyme waves in your noise cans but failed to reach down on in your pads yesterday then cak face not. For below is the entire interview (45 slick mins) with Max Decharne vomiting about his book/dictionary Straight From the Fridge, Dad. I would like to draw your attention to the end segment where he gives some great music and movie recommendations.
[podcast]http://www.bcbradio.co.uk/musicblog/wp-content/uploads/hip/Hip_part1.mp3[/podcast] Part 1
[podcast]http://www.bcbradio.co.uk/musicblog/wp-content/uploads/hip/Hip_part2.mp3[/podcast] Part 2
Just a few of the tracks we rolled were;
Jumpin Jive – Cab Calloway
Three Alley Cats – Roy Hall
(no idea) – Doctor Sausage and His Five Pork Chops.
The Show brings you intresting culture so you don’t have to find it yourself. Hopefully this week we will be having a poetry slam as a follow up. With our attempts at beat poems.