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  1. Oh, and check out an old friend of TRL, doing the (track 1) introduction!
  2. The Nits & Kent - Avec une Aile cassee Hugh Harris - Hurricane Todd Rundgren - Drive Kalman Olah Trio - Contrasts and Parallels Linda Ronstadt & Emmylou Harris - Loving the Highwayman Randy Crawford - Blue Flame Curtis Mayfield & Aretha Franklin - Back to Living again Marc Ford - Greazy Chicken ...and I've just bought 'Dap-Tones Gold' - a compilation of the record label's artists. I'm looking forward to giving it a spin tonight.
  3. This book might interest you (and others). It covers Spain by region, with stunning photography, interesting stuff about Spanish food and culture, as well as recipes. Borders had some of the 'Culinaria' collection on sale, before they closed down, and I still regret not buying more volumes in the series while they were cheap.
  4. World Party - Rescue me The Bee Gees - Harry's Gate John Philips - Shady They might be Giants - Birdhouse in your Soul Fun Boy Three & Bananarama - It ain't what you do Jerry Burns - Crossing over The Dixie Dregs - Kat Food Van der Graaf Generator - The Hurlyburly
  5. The other thread on Bridge was started only 3 days ago. To be fair, the thread had slipped to page 2, so maybe you weren't to know, but your response was a little paranoid.
  6. A pretty positive piece, considering the subject matter. If you missed it, iPlayer will have it at some point soon - the interview started immediately after the 10 o'clock news.
  7. What with all the sunny weather, I have the following Stevie Wonder playlist set to 'shuffle': Smile please Bird of beauty Signed, sealed and delivered Too high Higher Ground Don't you worry 'bout a thing He's Misstra Know-it-all Love having you around Sweet little Girl Happier than the morning Sun Girl blue Keep on running Have a Talk with God Contusion Sir Duke Pastime Paradise I wish As Another Star Saturn Ebony Eyes All day Sucker You are the Sunshine of my Life Maybe your Baby Tuesday Heartbreak You've got it bad, Girl Superstition I believe (when I fall in love...)
  8. Willie Nelson - My own peculiar Way Joe Jackson - Fools in Love Yusuf - Roadsinger Steve Miller Band - Wild Mountain Honey Raful Neal - Let's work together Kenyon Hopkins - Blue Harlem Frank Zappa - Keep it greasy (live) Rob Wasserman & Bobby McFerrin - Brothers
  9. Thus multiplying the amount of Superleague related content on the BBC by about 800%...
  10. Nick Drake - Brittle Days II Spiritualized - Angel Sigh Ben Harper - Please me like you want to King's X - Shot of Love Buffalo Springfield - Pay the Price Edgar Winter & Leon Russell - Harlem Nocturne Yes - Yours is no Disgrace Gil Scott-Heron - Your Soul and mine
  11. Jackie Moore - Here I am Peter Gabriel - I don't remember Jellyfish - That is why Eldridge Holmes - Pop, Popcorn Children Archie Roach - Summer of my Life Brandi Carlile - Have you ever Cowboy Junkies - Leaving Normal Pink Martini - No hay Problema
  12. The Persuasions - Lazy River Road Brian Eno & Joanna MacGregor - The Beatitudes The Tim Ware group - Dreamer's Prerogative The Grateful Dead - Speaking in Swords Amon Tobin - Sordid Bob Dylan - The Groom's still waiting at the Altar John Lennon - Bless you Eric Johnson - East Wes
  13. I bought a couple of lambs' hearts from the butcher the other day, and used the recipe in Fergus Henderson's 'Nose to Tail Eating'. Clean and trim the hearts gently fry chopped onions and garlic add red wine and simmer add chunks of day-old (i.e. slightly dry) bread smoosh together add chopped sage and allow to cool stuff hearts, then cover the opening with strips of bacon and tie into place in a covered pot, cook gently in chicken stock for about 2 and a half hours take out hearts, allow to rest somewhere warm under foil, while you reduce the cooking liquid strain the liquid to use as gravy and serve up the hearts with mashed potatoes and marrowfat peas ...and very very nice it was, too.
  14. I'm enjoying the game reviews. "The ubiquity of Tetris is also because it is highly addictive. Its repetitive gameplay and use of a repetitive Russian folk tune causes players to slip into a hypnagogic state, making them receptive to the Communistic themes inherent in the game imagery (everyone is an unindividualistic block that must be made to fit together in Soviet conformity, and sometimes whole lines of people are made to disappear without any explanation). This is intentional, since, like all work done by the Soviet Academy of Science where Tetris was developed, it was part of secret military research"
  15. I never knew our Lord and Saviour looked this crazy...
  16. Howard Tate - You don't know nothing about Love Wayne Toups & Zydecajun - Sugar Bee Dr John - Save the Bones for Henry Jones Frank Zappa - Proto-Minimalism Sly & Robbie - Fire Robert Ward & the Ohio Untouchables - Your Love is amazing Joe Jackson - Steppin' out (live) Thelonius Monk & John Coltrane - Blue Monk Dr Hook & the Medicine Show - High flying Eagle
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