Skeletons and Catherine Wheels

The latest edition of Bradford Beat is a double whammy – a Halloween and Bonfire Night special.
The show is being repeated this Thursday (Nov 1) and you can listen again by clicking here

The full list of ghoulish and firework-themed tracks is here:

Siouxsie and the Banshees – Hallowe’en
The Coral – Skeleton Key
The Seven Inches – A Letter
Nick Toczek – Noo Yawk
Embrace – Fireworks
Catherine Wheel – Flower To Hide
Cocteau Twins – Pink Orange Red
Whiter Than – And So To The Burning
Jim Jones Revue – It’s Got To Be About Me
Bauhaus – Bela Lugosi’s Dead
The Damned – Nasty
The Fall – Frightened

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About Simon

Simon Ashberry has been playing the best of local music on Bradford Beat for almost two decades. He was music columnist for the Telegraph & Argus for several years, covering local acts such as Embrace, Terrorvision, Tasmin Archer and New Model Army, and has played bass in several bands himself. He was previously part of Bradford-based Loom with John Rigby from Trip and Stumble and currently plays with Leeds band the Stromatolites.

1 thought on “Skeletons and Catherine Wheels

  1. avatarAlbert

    You played Catherine Wheel! I’ve not listened to them for years. I loved them in the early 90s. I still find it weird how they got so big in the USA.

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