Snc 027 – Wed 16 Aug 2006


A very full and even more eclectic mix this week.Title music is Happy from Jimmie
Bratcher’s 4th CD titled Red. Intro: Happy – Jimmie Bratcher (Missouri, USA) names signing up to PMN – seems to rather miss the point so I’ll not be playing them. For me, it’s about new music and independence from big labels.Science – Stalling Dawn (Florida, USA)Based out of Tampa, FL, Stalling Dawn consists of Jesse Morris, Jim Fell, Ryan Gardner, and Nick Brown. They do what they like and they like what they do. They just try to make music that will appeal to most people while still maintaining a definite individual personality. They love playing live. – Anne Farnsworth (California, USA)Jazz pianist and vocalist Anne Farnsworth lives in Los Angeles, where she divides her time between performing, teaching, and journalism. She has toured extensively in the States and abroad and has appeared with Harry ‘Sweets’ Edison, Johnny Griffin, Jaki Byard, and Herbie Hancock. Pier, Suffolk (1) A boys day out with Pete Cogle from PC Podcast. We share a love of "weird and wonderful" music, the Suffolk coast and good beer. Monty Python and Michael Palin filmed in Southwold (see pic above). Look out for East of Ipswich (1987). – Josh Bonnefin (Australia)Josh has been recording music in some form since he was 12. His musical influences are varied. Most of his solo writings are acoustically based, however he aslo plays in a band where his rock influences come through. Link from the PMN is currently inactive.Southwold Pier, Suffolk (2)Pete risks his toes for his art. The brave soul deserves your attention – check out the PC Podcast http://pcpodcast.blogsome.comTim Hunkin creates the wonderful machines in the Under the Pier Show. They really have to be seen but as second best, you can see most of the machines on his website even watch an excellent short film about the man and his passion. – Mogura (Tokyo, Japan)Solo singer song writer, guitarist, based in Tokyo, Japan. Plays at live music clubs and bars in the Tokyo area. Key Morse podcast challenge.The answer to what the Morse code played last week means.Blink – The Kelleys (Ohio)Since the summer months of 2003, The Kellys have been hard at work honing their sound. Through the recording and release of their first album, Greatest Hits (March 2004), and a constantly flowing cycle of creation, the band has been able to yet again nurture their sound into something more powerful and intri … [Just not quite enough characters again!] accent and strangled names of bands!Mr Ed – Wonderhorse (UK)In 2004 Wonderhorse fled the evil Overlord Ironshoe in the hope of bringing peace and harmony to Planet Horse and rockin tunes to mankind as a whole. [Bloody good music though!]






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