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‘SO LONG’ is being played on Rock Radio UK
The Walrus and the Carpenter and the gang sat on the beach, Tweedledee & Tweedledum were playing with their yoyos. “Stop that!” said Alice, “I know what you're upto”. The boys really hadn't been the same since going to last week's The SoapGirls gig, they'd also started swearing a lot.
The Walrus & the Carpenter looked out to sea and reminisced about nights like that they'd been to when slightly younger. The crabalocker fishwife then turned up with the oysters and they all sat down to tea.
This week's Walrus & Carpenter Show sets off on a psychedelic course with the Wooden Shjips and a track from their new LP “V”, BLACK SPACE RIDERS will also be tripping with us, A Shoreline Dream (Shameless Promotion PR) will be singing about "New York" before everything becomes “Undone” with Soft Science. Off to Spain for the next part of the trip with Linda Guilala, while The 109s from Hampshire in the UK see out the first part of the show.
The Carpenter has music mostly from the UK this week, inspired from a dog walking visit to Cadmans Pool in the New Forest. From the UK; Harpin On, London Blusion, Aeonian Dog, The People The Poet, Bad Day Blues Band, Bad Pennies, The Worried Men. Backing up the Brits; The BluesBones from Belgium and Spock's Beard from Los Angeles
Chris Hillman(White Star Records) has chosen a track from The Fierce & The Dead also from the UK as his Track of the Week. Prog Mag Awards, check out and vote in the nominations. Nominations include The Paradox Twin on Chris's White Star Records,
Good luck to all the Nominations.
Part 3 features a chat with Lucas Hardy and a couple of tracks from his brand new CD “This House, It Was a Home”, and a female singer songwriter to balance things out in the shape of Charlotte Carpenter and her very beautiful song “Turn Away”, Modern Studies will be in the mix, as will New Zealand's Death and the Maiden and the final track will be “The Space Between” AURI. 3 parts, each with a distinct character all kicking off at 7 o'clock Tuesday evening (UK time) on Rock Radio UK ... See more