The Golden Apples of the Sun Radio Show

Radio Show – 4 September 2011 – Episode 31
September 10, 2011, 12:51 pm
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Tristan Gibbs explores the sounds of beautiful rediscovered female folk, psych, electronica, new wyrd, hauntology and much more…come in…

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Susan Christie – Rainy Day – Paint a Lady
Linda Perhacs – Chimacum Rain – Paralellograms
Vashti Bunyan – Glow Worms – Just Another Diamond Day
Magpahi – Horses – Bearded Ladies
Josephine Foster – Where There Are Trees – Hazel Eyes, I Will Lead You
John Fahey – On the Sunny Side of the Ocean – The Transfiguration of Blind Joe Death
Jim O’Rourke – Bad Timing – Bad Timing
Swans – You Fucking People Make Me Sick – My Father Will Guide Me Up a Rope to the Sky
Led Zeppelin – The Battle of Evermore – [Untitled]
Espers – Cruel Storm – Espers II
The Owl Service – Willie O’Winsbury – The View from a Hill
Paul Giovanni – Procession – The Wicker Man OST
Fairport Convention – Farewell, Farewell – Liege & Lief
BBC Radiophonic Workshop (John Baker) – Structures – BBC Radiophonic Music
Delia Derbyshire – The Pattern Emerges – Electrosonic
Wendy Carlos – Theme from A Clockwork Orange – A Clockwork Orange OST
Nuno Canavarro – [Untitled] – Plux Quba
Phonophani – Neverdal – Kreken
Nico – The Fairest of the Seasons – Chelsea Girl
Nick Drake – Cello Song – Five Leaves Left
Love – The Castle – Da Capo
Trevor Jones – Gelfling Song – The Dark Crystal OST
Motion Sickness of Time Travel – Late Day Sun Silhouettes – Luminaries & Synastry
Belbury Poly – Caermaen – The Willows
Balam Acab – Dream Out – See Birds
Moon Wiring Club – Queen of Puddings – A Spare Tabby at the Cat’s Wedding
Demdike Stare – Forest of Evil (Dusk) – Tryptych Pt. 1: Forest of Evil


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