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
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.
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.
Our most recent radio show was a mixture of elation and deep sadness. We celebrate the welsh football team qualifying for their first major tournament since 1958, mark the arrival of new albums by Cosmo and Killing Joke and look forward to the knees up that will mark the 20th and 25th anniversaries of Tarantism and AOS3 respectively.
However, we also say goodbye to Mark Humpries, who has sadly gone on to the great gig in the sky since our last show. Many will remember him playing with bands like Pod, Dooffer and Cakehole Presley. Many more will have seen him simply busking around the Hayes area of Cardiff, casually putting all other buskers to shame with his abundance of talent, making the most complicated of things look simple.
Play list for show
1. Bloody Revolutions: BY CRASS
2. Screwed up: BY MENACE
3. Spiritual Embryo: BY POD
4. Meibyon y ddraig: BY SUCKAFISH
5. Spirit of the bliss: BY DOOFER
6. Natty dread: BY DELROY AND TRINITY
7. Let the good times roll: BY CHRIS PHILLIPS
8. Euphoria: BY KILLING JOKE
9. The hop: BY THEATRE OF HATE
10. Tracing paper: BY THE STONE FOUNDATION
11. Knock it on the head: BY TARANTISM
12. Jah war: BY RUTS DC
13. Johanesburg: BY GIL SCOTT HERON
14. Covered in candy: BY CAKEHOLE PRESLEY
15. These streets are ours: BY COSMO
16. SchNews: BY THE SPORADICS
17. Here comes the judge: BY PETER TOSH
18. Whipper snapper: BY LAVERNE BAKER
19. Seventy seven: BY AOS3
20. Abstract reality: BY LACERTILLIA
21. Anti-fascist fascist: BY THE TOFU LOVE FROGS
22. If you’re nice to me: BY FUNKEE AND THE TWO TONE BABY
23. All the young dudes: BY MOTT THE HOOPLE
24. True meaning of dub: BY THE MAD PROFESSOR
25. Tavira girl: BY MARK HUMPHRIES
26. Party time: BY THE HEPTONES
27. Naked in the rain pure trance mix: BY BLUE PEARL
Show first broadcast on community radio station www.dapperfm.co.uk on Tuesday 27th October 2015
Show sponsored by Rhondda Cynon Taff UNISON, the union for public sector groovers.
Our next radio show will be broadcast between 8pm and 10:30pm(ish) GMT on 29th September 2015 – on Dapper FM. It will be a ‘We Shall Overcome’ Special.
The We Shall Overcome Weekend, takes place over the weekend of 2nd 3rd and 4th of October 2015. There will be cultural events happening all over the UK to both to simply celebrate our culture and to shout from the roof tops that we are opposed to austerity.
Here be a link to listen again to our 100th Radio Show . There are a few celebratory toons, along side a preview of some of the bands playing Something Else in the Dean Festival 2015 and a tribute to the late Bryn Merrick, bas player with Victimize, The Damned and The Shamones, who sadly passed away on 12th September.
1. Push through the silence: BY LOVE BAZZAR
2. One hundred days and one hundred nights: BY SHARON JONES AND THE DAP KINGS
3. One love: BY BOB MARLEY AND THE WAILERS
4. Psychotic reaction: BY THE COUNT FIVE
5. Re do: BY MODERN BASEBALL
6. Out with the dogs: BY THE SICK LIVERS
7. Ninety nine: BY SLAVES
8. What have we got: BY SHAM SIXTY NINE
9. Pogo dancing: BY CHRIS SPEDDING AND THE VIBRATORS
10. Ambition : BY SUBWAY SECT
11. Love potion number nine: BY THE CLOVERS
12. Two sevens clash: BY CULTURE
13. Nasty: BY THE DAMNED
14. Where did the money go: BY VICTIMIZE
15. Ninety six tears : BY BIG MAYBELLE
16. Ninety six degrees in the shade: BY THIRD WORLD
17. TV: BY INNER TERRESTRIALS
18. Harthouse reels: BY TARANTISM
19. Your number is my number: BY NINE NINE NINE
20. PC nineteen eighty four: CRISIS
21. Impossible: BY SPANNER
22. Broken Britain: BY THE SPORADICS
23. I’ve got a date: BY ALTON ELLIS
24. One in a million: BY MAXIME BROWN
25. Alcohol kiss: BY TRAMPOLINE
26. Dr benway: BY HEADJAM
27. Away from the numbers: BY THE JAM
28. Things are getting better: BY TWENTY FIFTH OF MAY
We would like to thank all those that have supported us over the last 100 shows, particularly the crew at www.dapperfm.co.uk and our sponsors, Rhondda Cynon Taff UNISON, the union for public sector groovers.