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#38 Buffet – Birds and Brass

Hey lovely people. If you listened to our show – big thanks! We hope it tickled your fancy. If you didn’t but are curious, here’s a link: http://www.podcast.canstream.co.uk/bcb/index.php?id=7550

And this is list of what we played:

1. First Lady (advert) – THE MIKE SAMMES SINGERS
2. Bonkers – DIZZEE RASCAL
3. Christobel – JOAN AS POLICEWOMAN
4. Apocalypse Dreams – TAME IMPALA
5. 7 Heures du Matin  - JAQUELINE TAIEB
6. Film Reel – SMOKE FAIRIES
7.  Long Division – SUUNS
8. The Man From the Future (part 2) – THE SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN
9. I Bought My Eyes – TY SEGALL BAND
10. Treading Water – VIEO ABIUNGO
11. If You Can’t Beat Them, Try Solvents – ANTLERED MAN
12. Cool Spirit – FENCE
13. Totally Wired – THE FALL
14. Misty Mountain Hop – LED ZEPPELIN
15. Hey Ladies – BEASTIE BOYS

We’re back on 11th August with a Chris in France special!

Ciao, bellas!

Team Buffet
xxx

16 March – Joe Tilston on The BCB Sessions!

Hello,

Are things better late than never? Hmmmm….hope so! At least if you listen again to the The BCB Sessions (go to BCB’s www.bcbradio.co.uk) you can see the matching track listings! Shows last on the system for listen again purposes for four weeks after broadcast. So, on 16th March Joe Tilston was my featured artist. Joe and Luke performed a great session so it’s definitely worth going back to. He’s got a great radio voice and I love playing the little jingle he did for the show. Thanks for coming in chaps. Here’s where you find out more about Joe T: http://www.myspace.com/joetilston

This is what made the line up:

Joan As Policewoman – Magic

The Heavy – How you like me now?

Smiling Ivy – Life backwards (Like this band from Shef lots – Checkout www.smilingivy.co.uk)

Interview with Joe Tilston and Luke

Joe Tilston & Luke (BCB Session) – Liza and Henry

Bibio – K is for kelson

Ellen and the Escapades – Preying on your mind (acoustic version from Number 42 Records, new Hudds label http://www.facebook.com/thenumber42records)

Black Mountain – Rollercoaster

Joe Tilston (BCB Session) – Different Feet

Cloud Control – This is what I said

Handmadehands – Sunshine (great track from Bradford band)

Animal Collective – My girls

Joe Tilston (BCB Session) – Little Scars

Bye for now,

Lx

Tasty – Wed 23rd Feb, 9pm

Greetings to you!

Yet another tricky selection business this week….I’m juggling loads of great tunes. Here’s what came top of the list and made it onto the show:

Mazes – Most days
Dorian Concept – Her tears taste like pears
Anna Calvi – Blackout
Joan as Policewoman – Kiss the specifics
The Kills – Satellite
Cherbourg (BCB Session track from the archive) – Never love again
Gabby Young & Other Animals – Whose house (this band are originally from my neck of the woods in Wiltshire…saw them at WOMAD and loved them.)
Disco Machine Gun – The sirens (this is the b-side to their new single. They’re having a party on 9th April to launch the single – your name’s on the list).
Yimino (BCB Session track from the archives) – Q-bit
The Memory Band – A new skin
Olaf Arnalds – Surrender (feat. Bjork)
Malachai – Let em fall
East Park Reggae Collective – The Frontline (from Leeds, fans of La La and the Boo Ya will like this!)

Next week on the show we’ve got Duane Simon doing a bit of beat boxing and moon dancing – it’s gonna be great so tune in Wed 2nd March from 9pm on 106.6fm in Bradford or online at www.bcbradio.co.uk

Final word, if you like what we’ve been playing but you’ve missed the show then fear not! We’ve got a new listen again service – you can listen to your favourite programmes up to four weeks after they were broadcast. Click on this link: http://www.podcast.canstream.co.uk/bcb/

For your pleasure #2: Joan As Police Woman

Tomorrow night (Sunday) Leeds’ burgeoning live music venue the  Brudenell Social Club will be graced – for the second time within a year – with the presence of Joan Wasser, aka Joan As Police Woman.

I don’t expect this to cause huge ripples among the majority of readers here, but if my words here have any weight whatsoever then I shall see you amongst the crowd there tomorrow, as this is an artist who should not be missed when she swoops into town.

Beginning her musical career as an undergraduate at Boston University – where she was taken on as an early admittance student – Wasser played with various Boston bands whilst holding a place as violinist with the university’s symphony orchestra.

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