The British Breakfast presents:

Featuring a long cut from the band I’ve seen most in my lifetime and new releases by My Name is Ian, Sir Tom Jones, Gruff Rhys, The Catenary Wires, Frances Lung, Deep Tan, Spearmint and Roscoe Roscoe. Cheers Gene

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Playlist:

    Time: June 19 - 5:02:32 am
  • Dark Days/Light Years

    Super Furry Animals, “Cardiff In the Sun”

    from Dark Days/Light Years

    Rough Trade - 2009

  • Time: June 19 - 5:11:26 am
  • A Passion Play (2003 Remaster)

    Jethro Tull, “A Passion Play, Pt. 1”

    from A Passion Play (2003 Remaster)

    Parlophone UK - 1973

  • Time: June 19 - 5:35:39 am
  • Back to the Egg

    Wings, “Arrow Through Me”

    from Back to the Egg

    Paul McCartney Catalog - 1979

  • Time: June 19 - 5:39:30 am
  • The Beatles (The White Album)

    The Beatles, “Helter Skelter”

    from The Beatles (The White Album)

    UMC (Universal Music Catalogue) - 1968

  • Time: June 19 - 5:49:43 am
  • Zombie

    El Goodo, “The Grey Tower”

    from Zombie

    Strangetown Records - 2020

  • Time: June 19 - 5:54:18 am
  • Fantastic Company

    My Name Is Ian, “For Love”

    from Fantastic Company

    Bubblewrap Records - 2021

  • Time: June 19 - 6:00:24 am
  • The View from Halfway Down

    Andy Bell, “Love Comes in Waves”

    from The View from Halfway Down

    Sonic Cathedral - 2020

  • Time: June 19 - 6:05:21 am
  • Surrounded By Time

    Tom Jones, “Popstar”

    from Surrounded By Time

    S-Curve Records - 2021

  • Time: June 19 - 6:09:00 am
  • Seeking New Gods

    Gruff Rhys, “Loan Your Loneliness”

    from Seeking New Gods

    Rough Trade - 2021

  • Time: June 19 - 6:14:30 am
  • Isle of Dogs

    She's Got Spies, “Harasho”

    from Isle of Dogs

    Zelebritee - 2020

  • Time: June 19 - 6:21:12 am
  • The Zeros, “Hungry”

    from Radio Fun

    Small Wonder Records - 1977

  • Time: June 19 - 6:23:25 am
  • Please Don't Hit Me

    The Cortinas, “Heartache”

    from Please Don't Hit Me

    Bristol Archive Records - 1978

  • Time: June 19 - 6:28:18 am
  • Où Est la Maison de Fromage?

    John Cooper Clarke, “Innocents”

    from Où Est la Maison de Fromage?

    Castle Communications - 1978

  • Time: June 19 - 6:30:54 am
  • The Vibrators, “Judy Says (Knock You In the Head)”

    from Batteries Included

    CBS - 1980

  • Time: June 19 - 6:35:36 am
  • Johnny O'Neill, “End of Wagon Train Televison Show”

    from Ending Credits

    YOUTUBE - 1959

  • Time: June 19 - 6:37:17 am
  • Birling Gap

    The Catenary Wires, “Always on My Mind”

    from Birling Gap

    Skep Wax Records - 2021

  • Time: June 19 - 6:41:44 am
  • Miracle

    Francis Lung, “Bad Hair Day”

    from Miracle

    Memphis Industries - 2021

  • Time: June 19 - 6:42:50 am
  • creeping speedwells - EP

    deep tan, “hollow scene”

    from creeping speedwells - EP

    Practise Music - 2021

  • Time: June 19 - 6:46:06 am
  • Spearmint, “Walk Away From Hollywood”

    from Holland Park

    WIAIWYA - 2021

  • Time: June 19 - 6:49:41 am
  • Jacob's Ladder - Single

    Roscoe Roscoe, “Jacob's Ladder”

    from Jacob's Ladder - Single

    Slow Dance Recordings - 2021

  • Time: June 19 - 6:54:12 am
  • The Madcap Laughs

    Syd Barrett, “Love You”

    from The Madcap Laughs

    Harvest - 1970

  • Time: June 19 - 6:56:36 am
  • Manfred Mann, “My Little Red Book”

    from Book of Winners

    Ascot Records - 1965

  • Time: June 19 - 6:58:22 am
  • Low (2017 Remastered Version)

    David Bowie, “Breaking Glass (2017 Remastered Version)”

    from Low (2017 Remastered Version)

    Parlophone UK - 1977

    The British Breakfast    June 19th, 2021

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