The Sugarcandy Mountain Radio Hour Episode 5

Welcome back to the Mountain!

… he claimed to know of the existence of a mysterious country called Sugarcandy Mountain situated somewhere up in the sky, a little distance beyond the clouds, and in Sugarcandy Mountain it was Sunday seven days a week…

Another hour on the mountain. Originally I was going to do these monthly and actually talk inbetwixt the records like Dave Lee Travis but my anxiety and self doubt made talking, and then having the possibility of someone listening, much to much of an ordeal. So please enjoy the hour of music without any interruptions from me.

As usual it’s a genre spanning collection of tunes I’m listening to at home just now . . .

Can’t get enough of the William Sheller Lux Aeterna LP right now as I managed to swap up some bit’s for a bootleg copy as the OG is slightly out of budget !

Check out Melanie De Biasio man oh man, is her stuff wonderful. Jazz singer who plays the flute !!! Obviously I want to run away with her to an island where she can blow her flute and sing me sweet joy.

I have included 2 tracks from the Futuristica Music label which is out of Bournemouth – the Georgie Sweet track is smashing and I’m looking forward to more from her.

And ending with Carrot Green – there are a few bit’s out on the interweb of his work, some remixes and some original pieces – I’m loving the chilled out squelchy acid vibes he adds to his tracks.

The Sugarcandy Mountain Radio Hour Episode 4

Introit by William Sheller
The Edge by David McCallum
Summer In The City by Quincy Jones
Spirits In Transit by 4 Hero
Ocean Wide, Canyon Deep by Jacob Collier (feat. Laura Mvula) with Metropole Orkest; conducted by Jules Buckley
No Deal by Melanie De Biasio
Sorry by Georgie Sweet
Stay With You by Deborah Jordan (feat. Oz & LaNote)
Love Is The Answer (Instrumental) by Dwight Trible & The Life Force Trio
A Litter of Moon Kittens by Saucy Lady
Nzuku by Arp
Kalimbas by Carrot Green

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