A brand new eclectic mix in three parts. It’s a right ol’ jumble of stuff so hope you dig it. It was originally going to be my mix CD for the verygoodplus forum Xmas swap but I have decided to go with something different for that.

While curating this mix I found a box of 45’s I had forgotten about. It was filled with 45’s I had mostly purchased from the independent record shop in my home town; Spinadisc. So that will be uploaded around Xmas as a treat. 45’s on labels like Rocket Girl, Amberley, Awkward Silence, Kooky, Active Suspension, Static Caravan, Motorway, Warp to name 8. Keep your ears open for that one to drop around Xmas.

And To Both, Bee And Flower

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Sample from  DJ Vadim, Your Revolution – Unkown

From the compilation INCredible Sound Of Gilles Peterson.

Cold Worlds Intro – Don Harper

From the album Homo Electronicus part of the Lansdowne Series from 1974 

Garden Of Paradise (Intro) – Steve Hillage

From the album Rainbow Dome Musick, released on Virgin, 1979

Song Of The Sea – Poema

Private Press release on the album Beautiful Day

Rest Assured – Laura Allan

From the compilation album Anthology: Volume One – Give Me Wings on Unity Records, 1977

In-Passing – Kimberle

The B side of the the 45 Elegant, released on Catalyse Records, 1981

12 String Song – Gannett

From a vinyl compilation called Alternative Arrangements on Rega Research Limited, year unknown

Song Of Eden – Humble Gathering

B side from Lora on London Records, 1972 

Theme From “The Prophet” (Pleasure Is A Freedom Song) – Kahlil Gibran Featuring Richard Harris

Featuring the majestic voice of Richard Harris ‎– The Prophet was released on Atlantic, 1974 

Symbol – Adrianne Lenker

From the album Abysskiss, released Saddle Creek, 2018

L’ephemère Est Eternel – Mahogany

On the 45 Resonances on Amberley, 2000

Memories (Flyypost Renip) – Sarah Burgess

From the 45 Can Yo Feel The Nip, on NiP7, 2013 

Under The Ghost Dome Asleep – Aruu

From the wonderful compilation album As Raindrops Become Ocean released on Closet Records, 1985

Me And The Devil – Soap&Skin

A Robert Johnson cover that is sublime. On the 45 Sugarbread, released on Play It Again Sam, 2013 

People Folk (The Rushey Green Morris Mix) – Tunng

From the split 45, Tunng vs Dollboy, on Static Caravan, 2005 

Where Youth And Laughter Go – Broadcast

From Extended Play on Warp, 2000 

Mother Of Pearl – Pram

From the album – The Museum Of Imaginary Animals, on Domino, 2000 

Childhood – Summerhaze

From the Australian release Sweetheart on Jarra Hill Records, 1987 

I was made aware of this album some few years ago, when Danny McLewin rang me to tell me I needed it !

Summerhaze is a very different Australian ensemble. Formed by composer Cathie O’Sullivan in 1986, the group has attracted considerable attention for it’s innovative music and refreshing style of performance. The music of Summerhaze reflects the ever-changing mood of Australian music and successfully brings together familiar old sounds and startling new sounds. This album, the groups second, has many moods and it can rightfully claim to represent Australian music in the twentieth century.

Afternoon Pips – July Skies

From the album The Weather Clock on Rivertones, 2016

Early Morning – Eddie Fisher

Short piece from Eddie Fisher and the B side to Stay Together on Nentu Records, 1975 

Sea Cruise Blues – Phollop Willing P.A.

The B side of Orphan Baby, this 45 came out on Nerve Records, 1981

What Goes Up – North Of Ping Pong

From my precious North Of Ping Pong EP. White label released in 2006.

North Of Ping Pong is Charlie Creed-Miles, other band members are
Jesse Keegan (Audio Bullys), and Mark Monero

Calling From A Star (Reprise) – Merrell Fankhauser And The Maui Band

This track is from the LP A Day In Paradise, released on Source Records, 1985

Calling From A Star (Reprise) – Merrell Fankhauser And The Maui Band

This sample comes from the OST of the film The Heartbreak Kid which came out in 1973, music on the album was by Garry Sherman

The film was remade in 2007, directed by the Farrelly brothers and starring Ben Stiller.

The remake is one of favourite films.

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