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Have a Drink on Us!

This week, our theme will be booze-related songs, though we’ll probably have some coffee in between.

See you in the Cavern,
Malaclypse

214 Ringo Starr

A very populatr show, well attended and very enlightening, as Ringo showed a good deal of singing ability, belying his reputation.   Our thanks to Martin for the show.

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Ringo

This week’s show will feature the work of the “fifth Quarryman,” or rather the fourth Beatle, Sir Richard Starkey, MBE. While he did not make the headlines as much as the other three after their band dissolved, he did have a prolific career with some interesting corners in it.

See you in the Cavern,
Malaclypse

038R Lost in 2017 Remastered

Remastering a Lost In… show is a tricky concept for us, and we did our best to renew the show by offering different tracks in celebration of the lost artists, which ended up extending the show, but making it better. Continue reading

Lost in 2017

This week, we will head back five years and revisit those great artists that we lost during the year 2017.

See you in the Cavern,
Malaclypse

213 John Coltrane

A fine show, and a bit edgy, as Coltrane is not an easy subject and can divide opinion along sharp lines.  I’m pleased to say it was well attended and appreciated, up to 24 listeners at one point and over 20 for the whole show.  Assembled by Hugh, for one of his favourite musicians, and very well done.

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082R Un-covered

The first set of Un-covered tracks that we put together, with some rather fine juxtapositions.  21 listeners at one point, which is a very satisfying statistic.

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Un-Covered

This week we will look back to our first outing of the idea of getting some stylistic diversity going by picking songs with the same title, that are not otherwise related to one another. Well, one title turned out to be a bit more related, with two brothers having both recorded different songs under the title, but you get the basic idea…

See you in the Cavern,
Malaclypse

212 Greenslade

Another show from esteemed collaborator Martin Lewis, this time on a prog rock band who began as a quartet with two keyboards, bass and drums, and no guitarist.  Formed out of the ashes of Colosseum, a pioneering prog band, it continued in that direction.  A good selection of tracks covering their two periods recorded in studio albums, appreciated by 25 listeners at one point.

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