The Golden Apples of the Sun Radio Show


Radio Show 23 February 2014 – Episode 158
March 8, 2014, 1:20 am
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From Jonny Trunk’s children’s music to Arthur Russel via Pentangle …Tristan Gibb curates some strange but beautiful sounds…

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PLAYLIST

Linda Perhacs – Freely – The Soul of All Natural Things

The Searching Years (Trunk Records) – Little Henrietta – Classroom Projects

Belbury Poly – The Absolute Elsewhere – The Willows

Julia Holter – Celebration – Tragedy

Jon Brooks – Walking From Wood Green – Shapwick

BBC Radiophonic Workshop (Delia Derbyshire) – Blue Veils and Golden Sands – BBC Radiophonic Music

Umberto – Black Candles – Prophecy of the Black Widow

Jim O’Rourke – 94 – The Long Way – Bad Timing

John Fahey – America – The Best of John Fahey 1959-1977

Pentangle – The Trees They Do Grow High – Sweet Child

Julia Holter – This is Ekstasis – Ekstasis

Roxy Music – The Bogus Man – For Your Pleasure

Linda Perhacs – Hey, Who Really Cares? – Parallelograms

Arthur Russell – Lucky Cloud – World of Echo

The Focus Group – Danse & Atoms – Sketches and Spells

Laurel Halo – Melt – Chance of Rain

Lubos Fischer – Matching Mirrors/Morgiana’s Prowl – Morgiana OST

Scott Walker – Big Louise – Scott 3

Julia Holter – He’s Running Through My Eyes                                                          – Loud City Song

The Small Choir of St Brandon’s School (Trunk Records) – Bright Eyes – Classroom Projects

Amon Duul II -Sandoz in the Rain (Improvisation)- Yeti

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