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The Full Catastrophe 9th April 2011

In Uncategorized on April 9, 2011 at 11:01 pm

Hosted & posted by Andy Bell

The indian summer ended with a dark and somewhat stormy night.  Good radio listening weather my pretties.

And the growing chill in the mornings reminds us all that the ugg boots must be made ready for action.

And this week saw a new feature: Onceupona.  “Tubby the Tuba” is the first in what I hope will be a series of tales old and new.  Stand by for the arrival next month of “Steve Trenchley and the case of the missing Myki”!!

And then there was Sportnachrichten mit völlig unangebracht Musik AKA Sports results With Totally Inappropriate Music

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Let’s All Chant – Gusto

Don’t Ever Change – The Crickets

Thank You – Dido

Part of a pair of songs to record my thanks for the kind messages last week about TFC reaching 150 programs.

Danke Schoen – Wayne Newton

Old Movies – Craig Carnelia

Beg, Steal Or Borrow – The New Seekers

2nd in Eurovision in 1972. Mmmmm.

Swinging Safari – Bert Kaemphert

Hey, Hey Grosses Madchen – Gotz Alsmann

This Boys In Love – The Presets

The Ugly Duckling – Danny Kaye

This Boy’s In Love – The Presets

I Just Want To Celebrate – Rare Earth

When Cactus Is In Bloom – Topp Twins

He’s Funny That Way – Etta James

One of the great voices that reflect a life lived, often not in the happiest way.  Once heard Etta James can never be forgotten.  Powerful, insistent, real.  Her autobiography was called “Rage to Survive”.

The Lady Is A Tramp – Mary Martin

A show tune from the 1937 Rodgers and Hart musical “Babes In Arms”. Mary Martin was a sterling performer who was Larry Hagman’s ( AKA J.R. in “Dallas”) mum.

Shaky – The Duke & The King

Tubby The Tuba Part 1 – Victor Jory

The tale of a brassy character who learned a great lesson from a creature in the wild.  A classic recording from the 1950s.

Oh Happy Day – Edwin Hawkins Singers

Last Of The Secret Agents – Lee Adam Wilshier

(Get A) Grip (On Yourself) – The Stranglers

Hold On I’m Coming – Solomon Burke

For What It’s Worth – The Candy Skins

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