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Lost In Music with George Paterson 31.01.21

Top tuneage… Show #179 Start! – The Jam Caroline Arlo Parks Boogie With Stu – Led Zeppelin Summer Wine – Clara Luciani & Alex Kapranos Passionate Friend – The Teardrop Explodes Time In A Bottle – Jim Croce Scratchcard Lanyard – Dry Cleaning I Would Die 4

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Into Music: Interview and Album Review with Kerri Watt

It’s been a pretty hectic 2020 for Glasgow born singer songwriter Kerri Watt with lots of online gigs, recordings and releases but it was also supposed to be the year her debut album Neptune’s Daughter was released. However, due to the impact of Coronavirus it was put

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Lost In Music with George Paterson 24.01.21

Tasty… Show #178 Everything Is Easy – Dead Pony Higher Ground – Stevie Wonder The Ghost Of Tom Joad – Junip If I Should Fall Behind – Dion I Am The love – Elisabeth Elektra I Feel Free – Cream Whistle For The Choir – The Fratellis

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Into Music: The Greatest Band You’ve Never Heard – Chapter 13

…………………………………………………………………… EVERYBODY WANTS TO RULE THE WORLD The true story of the greatest band you’ve never heard …………………………………………………………………… Chapter 13 – The Shawlands Redemption If at first you don’t succeed, redefine success. Things could be a lot worse. Okay, we’ve watched enviously as our contemporaries secured record

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Lost In Music with George Paterson 17.01.21

Into Creative have a special interest in this week’s show. Listen on… Show #177 Place Your Hands – Reef Let’s Clean Up The Ghetto – Philadelphia International All Stars Homeless Child – Anna Tivel Jean’s Not Happening – Pale Fountains Utopia – Wulver When The Loving comes

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Lost In Music with George Paterson 10.01.21

It’s a belter… Show #176 The Divine Chord – The Avalanches (ft Johnny Marr & MGMT) New Rose – The Damned I’ll Be Gone – Norah Jones & Mavis Staples Sunny Goodge Street – Donovan Find My Way – Paul McCartney The Gift Of Rain – It’s

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Into Music: Interview with Phil “Swill” Odgers

Born in Oban, Phil “Swill” Odgers spent his early childhood in Scotland before moving down to the south east coast of England where he formed the punk band Catch 22 (who twice supported The Clash) with Paul Simmonds. A few years later they both moved to London

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Into Scottish Creatives: Joe McAlinden with John Welsh

A quick check on Joe McAlinden’s body of work is more than a little impressive. The Boy Hairdressers, Groovy Little Numbers, BMX Bandits, Superstar and Linden, not to mention a variety of collaborations over the years. Joe was kind enough to take some time out for an

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Lost In Music with George Paterson 31.12.20

Full of Scottish goodness… Show #175 When The Kingdom Comes – Primal Scream Shang A Lang – Bay City Rollers Let The Days Drift Away – Close Lobsters We Must Be In Love – The Cuban Brothers (ft KT Tunstall) I Don’t Want You – The Anteeeks

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Into Scottish Creatives: The Bluebells – Sisters

The Bluebells recently re-released their album Sisters via the Last Night From Glasgow record label. The album has been remastered, recut and features an alternative version of Everybody’s Somebody’s Fool as well as the addition of Aim In Life and Some Sweet Day which were not on the

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