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Sunday, 2 March 2008

Playlist, 02/03/08

FEATURED ARTIST: Phil Bodner Sad news reached us here at the 'base this week as we learned that woodwind player extraordinaire Phil Bodner passed away during the week. He was one of the top-notch coterie of East Coast session musicians who appeared on hundreds of cracking albums from the mid-1950s through into the 1970s). He was was of Enoch Light's "Light Brigade" and appeared on many of his ping-pong stereo albums. But he was probably even better known as the founder of the Now Sound band, The Brass Ring. The Music 1. Geoff Love - Jason King 2. Jack Arel - Shore Of Sumatra (Original & Remix, 2007) 3. Balsara and His Singing Sitars - Tequila (Great International Hits) 4. Enoch Light - I Feel Fine (Discotheque Volume 2, 1965) 5. The Four King Cousins - Good Day Sunshine (Introducing..., 1969) 6. Adam Best - You Shouldn't Say 7. Jean Jacques Perrey/ Dana Countryman - Mame (The Happy Electropop Music Machine, 2006) 8. Ron Grainer - Playing It Cool 9. Liberace - Cement Mixer (Put-ti, Put-ti) (Liberace: 16 Biggest Hits, 2003) 10. Cal Tjader - Lullaby of Birdland (Black Orchid) 11. The Brass Ring - The Now Sound (The Disadvantages Of You/The Now Sound Of The Brass Ring, 1967) 12. Chris Joss - Granted (Teraphonic Overdubs, 2008) 13. Barry Adamson - Who Killed Big Bird? (Stranger On the Sofa, 2006) 14. Shawn Lee's Ping Pong Orchestraa - Jungle Soul (Ppo Version) (Jack Arel Remixes, 2007) 15. The Newbeats - Bread and Butter 16. Soundsational Sort of Soul - Fritzy Baby (Birds 'n Brass) 17. The Richard Carpenter Trio - Caravan (From The Top, 1991) 18. The Brass Ring - Lullaby From Rosemary's Baby (Gazpacho/Only Love, 1968) 19. Broadcast - Man Is Not a Bird (Haha Sound, 2003) 20. London Jazz Chamber - Mae West 21. Brass Incorporated - On a Bicycle Made For Three 22. The Brass Ring - Do You Know The Way To San Jose? (Gazpacho/Only Love, 1968) The News

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