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Gulp

As heard on Cerys Matthews.

I keep thinking it reminds me of something, and then I realise it doesn’t

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Canada, O Canada

Friday 22 May 2015

Homeward bound we finally reach our front door lateish on Saturday afternoon, my thanks to Cerys Matthews (Radio 6; Sunday mornings), Johnnie Walker (Radio 2; Sunday afternoons) and Mike Brown (CHBN – the Friday Alternative, should be compulsory listening) for providing an aural disguise to the jet engines on the 747.  258 more words

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Easter, not my day of resurrection

I woke up on Easter Sunday in a bed that wasn’t mine with a hangover. A boy, whose name I couldn’t quite remember, that I met in a sad bar I wish I could forget , had just left. 80 more words

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Di notte il cielo senza stelle è tutto nero

When they make promotional statements about 6 Music, a phrase often used is: ‘The next thing you hear might be the best song you’ve ever heard’. 208 more words

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Beggin'

Helpful history from Wikipedia:

Beggin’ is a song composed by Bob Gaudio and Peggy Farina and popularized by The Four Seasons in 1967. In 2007, the song received new popularity when it was remixed by the French DJ Pilooski. 33 more words

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Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep

As heard on Sunday morning by the ever-reliable Cerys Matthews

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Changing Trains - Theory Of Everything - Album Review

Changing Trains are a six-piece who hail from Limerick in the South-West of Ireland.  The Theory Of Everything  may be their debut album but the members of the band have been around the music scene for many years and it shows. 679 more words

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