As we roll relentlessly towards the end of the year, Clint’s play list for show # 105 featured 14 of the best tracks released in 2015.
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1. What’s going on: BY MARVIN GAYE
2. Mr Terrorist: BY JOSEPH COTTON
3. Sucker for the witch: BY CLUTCH
4. No justice: BY SKINDRED
5. Medicine show: BY BIG AUDIO DYNAMITE
6. Donkey: BY WONK UNIT
7. Sputnik remix: BY PUBLIC SERVICE BROADCASTING
8. Smell of Elvis: BY THE SICK LIVERS
9. Where’s captain kirk: BY SPIZZ ENERGY
10. Day of the dog: BY THEATRE OF HATE
11. Our streets; BY THE UNDERCOVER HIPPY
12. Blood of our youth: BY ONE EYED GOD
13. Ganja smoking: BY EEK A MOUSE
14. Crazy: BY ESQUERITA
15. Mansplaining: BY THE WIMMINS INSTITUE
16. See no, hear no, speak no: BY REGIME
17. Hercules: BY AARON NEVILLE
18. Fortune teller: BY ROBERT PLANT AND ALISON KRAUS
19. Pulse four: BY THE MOONLOONIES
20. Used to be a punk: BY THE SPORADICS
21. Be gone: BY THE BLUES BUSTERS
22. Call me; BY SOME SOUL DUDE
23. Seven nation army: BY SCOTT BRADLEE
24. Nature of the beast: BY NUKE ON ROUTE
25. The boy with the Arab strap: BY BELLE AND SEBASTIAN
26. Priestess: BY PUMAROSA
27. Light my fire mash up: BY STEPTOE AND THE DOORS
28. The craeft worker: BY SENDELICA
First broadcast on 24th November 2015 on www.dapperfm.co.uk
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Well, there is no avoiding it, we are hurtling towards the end of the year. So Clint will be concentrating his mind for the next few shows on the best of the music released in 2015. Too early to be looking at a best of the year? Well, maybe, but hey, there have been some fantastic new releases this year.
So over the next few shows expect the likes of AOS3, Moonloonies, One Eyed God, Cosmo, The Membranes, Clutch, Public Service Broadcasting, Sendelica, Nuke on Route, Scum of Toytown, Pretty Vicious and many more to make it onto Clint’s play lists.
No doubt John will also be reflecting on the last year and the new-old releases he has got his mitts on at various record fairs, boot sales and independent record stores.
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Next PEPPERMINT IGUANA RADIO SHOW – Tuesday 10th November from 8pm
Well, it might be our 104th show, but The Artist Formerly Known as Ginger John has been absent without leave a few times since we first hit the air. There was the time he had the gastric band fitted, the time he wanted to catch up with the live East Enders, the time he was washing his hair and the time he was doing the thing we promised to never talk about in public. So – anyway – he is going to be celebrating his 100th radio show this week, bless him. His play list will include some of his favourite tunes that he has played when he can be bothered to turn up, including Alton Elis, The Clash, Chiefs of Relief, The Impressions and the Slaves.
Clint, meanwhile, has spent the last week protesting at the abuse of lions and tigers near Bargoed (no, they are not normally fund in Bargoed, it was a travelling circus). So he will have a number of lion/tiger/circus themed tracks to fit alongside his usual mix of new releases and previews of forthcoming gigs. Expect The Members, AOS3, Dugmus, Cabinet of Millionaires and Radical Dance Faction to make it through to his final list.
Tune in via www.dapperfm.co.uk from 8pm o’clock on Tuesday 10th November.
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Tyr-y-berth has been revolting this week, as protestors have gathered every night to say ‘down with this sort of thing’, outside a travelling show put on by the UKs last Lion Tamer.
The once famous Chipperfield Circus, regulars on prime time 1970s Saturday night TV, appear to have fragmented. Thomas Chipperfiled now splits his time between running ‘An Evening with Lions and Tigers’ and defending himself in the media.
The show cannot tour England at the moment, because the cages in which he keeps the animals have been declared too small by DEFRA. As a result, he has resorted to touring Wales, where the legislation is slightly different. The aim of the tour appears to be to raise money to increase the size of the animals ‘enclosures’.
An enclosure sounds nice, but what they actually mean is ‘cage’. If you read between the lines, they seem to be accepting themselves that their cages are currently too small. (We have not touched on whether they should be in these cages in the first place). Continue reading WELSH VALLEYS SAY NO TO ‘AN EVENING WITH LIONS AND TIGERS’