LUMMY DAYS May 2009 - SHOW NOTES
 

Lummy Days 07 - May 2009

In this month's show we will be down on the Stackridge allotment to dig up some facts about the bands musical influences, we'll hear the story of how Stackridge came to reform,and have a chat with Dave Tommey, Stackridge's sound man.


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00:00:00 Friendliness-Stackridge Track: Lummy days
Artist: Stackridge
Album: Friendliness
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00:01:22 Extravaganza-Stackridge Track: Benjamin's Giant Onion
Artist: Stackridge
Album: Extravaganza

00:06:16 -Billy Cotton and his band Track: Marrow Song (oh what a beauty)
Artist: Billy Cotton and his band
Written in 1952 by Edrich Siebert

00:12:27 Mr Mick-Stackridge Track: Can Inspiration Save the Nation
Artist: Stackridge
Album: Mr Mick

00:15:35 Adams & Rea the CD!-Adams and Rea Track: Budget Hotel
Artist: Adams and Rea
Album: Adams & Rea the CD!
Web page: http://www.adamsandrea.com

Adams and Rea have just won the Tuborg Musical Comedy Award 2009

00:18:51 -Alan Draper Track: Donít forget the beer dear
Artist: Alan Draper
Written by Gordon Haskell and first noted as being performed by Stackridge at Shaw Theatre, Euston, London on 2nd February 1975 that Elton John and other luminaries attended, including Kiki Dee and Neil Sedaka

00:23:21 Will Grove-White and the others  -Will Grove-White and the others  Track: Oh Cor Blimey
Artist: Will Grove-White and the others
Album: Will Grove-White and the others
Web page: http://www.willgrovewhite.com/

00:28:15 Will Grove-White and the others  -Will Grove-White and the others  Track: Holding On
Artist: Will Grove-White and the others
Album: Will Grove-White and the others
Web page: http://www.willgrovewhite.com/

00:32:59 The Shape of Things to Come-The Left Outsides Track: To where your footsteps led
Artist: The Left Outsides
Album: The Shape of Things to Come
Web page: http://myspace.com/theleftoutsides

From the forthcoming album titled, 'The Shape of Things to Come' scheduled for release in Summer 2009 on the Track and Field label. They currently have a 7" single available called 'The Third Light' from their website www.theleftoutsides.com

00:38:56 Stackridge-Stackridge Track: Marigold Conjunction
Artist: Stackridge
Album: Stackridge

00:44:25 -Flotsam and Jetsam Track: Is it because he is an Auzie
Artist: Flotsam and Jetsam
Mr. Flotsam and Mr. Jestsam were a British musical comedy duo of the 1920s and 1930s.

00:47:32 -The Lords of Whimsy Track: Across the Milky Way
Artist: The Lords of Whimsy
Web page: http://www.myspace.com/lordsofwhimsy

00:55:57 Sex and Flags-Stackridge Track: Beating a path
Artist: Stackridge
Album: Sex and Flags

01:01:33 Stackridge-Something for the weekend Track: It must be time for bed
Artist: Something for the weekend
Album: Stackridge

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Antony Beal - Lincolnshire 29/05/2014
Excellent podcasts all. But the first seven can't be downloaded, for some reason?

Phil Potter - Mostly vertical, sometimes horizontal 30/05/2009
Three cheers for Fatty Fudge - he may be a form of "lard based confectionery" but he doesn't half knock out some great podcasts.

Looking forward to the June edition. Loved the Ukulele guy song cor blimey. And forgot what a great song Benjimins onion was!

Nat Bowen - St Albans 07/05/2009
I wish to complain that there was no mention of the humble Swedish turnip in the show. Surely no allotment based entertainment show is complete without at least one Rutabaga reference!Great podcast other than that, entertaining and educational.

Never heard the Beer Dear song before loved it I hope that the band decide to do it again.

Keep up the good work Fatty!!!

Spud - Wantage 06/05/2009
What a superb way to while away an hour or so. Keep up the good work and roll on hearing the new CD.

Really loved Alan Draper's Don't Forget the Beer Dear. He also has a link with It Must be time for Bed. I wrote a play (OK Ade a Pantomime!) using a lot of Stackridge songs and needed karaoke tracks for the cast to sing to. Alan provided them and Time for Bed was one of them.

Your fantastic work is greatly appreciated.

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