LUMMY DAYS February 2011 - SHOW NOTES
 

Lummy Days 26 - February 2011

This month more fab music from Stackridges official Podcast with memories of the first ever Glastonbury festival and exclusive peek into the rehearsal room of the new Stackridge offshoot DLM.

Additional music from The Flower Machine,The Andy Davis Band, Strawberry Fools,Paul Grogan,Wreckless Eric,Noel Coward & Ray Noble Orchestra,Darren Hayman, The Normal, Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians, Audience, Ashley Foster and DLM.


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00:00:00 Friendliness-Stackridge Track: Lummy Days
Artist: Stackridge
Album: Friendliness
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00:01:28 Friendliness-Stackridge Track: Anyone for tennis?
Artist: Stackridge
Album: Friendliness
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00:04:10 Lavender Lane-The Flower Machine Track: I am the door
Artist: The Flower Machine
Album: Lavender Lane
Web page: www.theflowermachine.com

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00:08:11 The Andy Davis Band Album-The Andy Davis Band Track: Chrysler Girl
Artist: The Andy Davis Band
Album: The Andy Davis Band Album
Recorded Live on 29th July 1994 at The Hope Centre, Bristol

00:12:16 -Strawberry Fools Track: Believe
Artist: Strawberry Fools
Web page: http://www.soundclick.com/bands/default.cfm?bandID=936602&content=songinfo&songID=10078670

00:15:18 -Paul Grogan Track: Slark
Artist: Paul Grogan
Web page: http://www.nusongsnusounds.co.uk/

00:20:32 Greatest Stiffs-Wreckless Eric Track: It will soon be the weekend
Artist: Wreckless Eric
Album: Greatest Stiffs
Web page: http://www.wrecklesseric.com/

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00:24:58 -Noel Coward & Ray Noble Orchestra Track: Mad Dogs and Englishmen
Artist: Noel Coward & Ray Noble Orchestra
1932

00:28:13 -Stackridge Track: Purple spaceships over Yatton
Artist: Stackridge
The Winning Post, Twickenham 8th December 1974

00:37:22 January Song-Darren Hayman Track: I Know I Fucked Up
Artist: Darren Hayman
Album: January Song
Web page: www.hefnet.com

Sung By Elizabeth Morris

00:41:02 -The Normal Track: TVOD
Artist: The Normal
'Mute' records first label release In 1978

00:44:16 -Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians Track: That old feeling - Fox Trot
Artist: Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians
From 1937

00:49:09 The Forbidden City-Stackridge Track: Teatime
Artist: Stackridge
Album: The Forbidden City

00:54:45 Lunch-Audience Track: Ain't The Man You Need
Artist: Audience
Album: Lunch
From 1972 with Keith Gemmell on Sax

00:58:17 The Superior Sibling-Ashley Foster Track: 1 in 20 years
Artist: Ashley Foster
Album: The Superior Sibling

01:03:43 Exclusive recording of a rehearsal session February 2011-DLM Track: Bread and Water
Artist: DLM
Album: Exclusive recording of a rehearsal session February 2011

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Gone South - A desk in Watford 24/03/2011
Lummy Days was recommended to me by a Stackridge-fan friend of mine and the podcasts are great fun. I enjoyed the latest installment and, especially, Paul Grogan's take on a Stackridge original. Well done everybody :)

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