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Sunday, 19 December 2010

PMB011 The Now Sound of Christmas: Moog Cookbook, U900, Hong Kong in the 60s, The Three Suns and Wing

We're having a Cosmic Christmas this week up at the Moonbase. Yes, it's all galactic good cheer as we celebrate the turning of another year. We have a selection of festive favourites by some Moonbase stalwarts such as Alan Moorhouse, The Moog Cookbook, U900, Hong Kong in the 60s and of course Wing! We also have another (suitably festive) track from the new Shawn Lee album, Hooked-Up Classics.

MC Zirconium will also be telling us all about Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner, Blitzen and Rudolph.

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The Music
1.The Free Design: Now Sound Christmas Introduction from Holiday Freak Out
2.Alan Moorhouse: Dance of the Herald Angels from KPM 1052 - Christmas Party
3.The Three Suns: Russian Sleigh Song from A Ding Dong Dandy Christmas!
4.The Moog Cookbook: Jingle Bells from Bartell
5.John Baker: Christmas Commercial from BBC Radiophonic MusicBuy on Amazon
6.Bruce Haack: Deck the Halls from Zoot Zoot Zoot Here Comes Santa In His New Space Suit
7.U900: Sleigh Ride from Ukulele XmasBuy on Amazon
8.Sonny Bradshaw: Peace and Love (Little Drummer Boy) from Trojan Christmas Box SetBuy on Amazon
9.Shawn Lee: Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy from Hooked Up ClassicsBuy on Amazon
10.Wing: Santa in a Helicopter from Carols, Rap and Sing - A Beautiful Christmas with WingBuy on Amazon
11.bit shifter: let it snow from the 8bits of christmasFree
12.Hong Kong In The 60s: Walking in the Air from Christmastime, ApproximatelyFree

The Disinformation

Thursday, 16 December 2010

Life According to Dinosaurs Christmas Message

Oh come, all ye morsels! The Life According to Dinosaurs Christmas message starring the voices of your very own Project Moonbase hosts (as dinosaurs), will be broadcast on the telly box at Xmas time:

My Toons, CBBC, Sun 19th at 17.50 and again at 15:50 on the 24th.

RAWR!

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Life According to Dinosaurs Christmas Message

Sunday, 12 December 2010

PMB010 Edmundo Ros at 100: Edmundo Ros, Shawn Lee, Moon Wiring Club

On the show this week we celebrate the recent centenary of the king of calypso, Edmundo Ros. Most of the music on the show this week is by the great man but we also have some new tracks by Shawn Lee, more from the Moon Wiring Club, some chiptune, the sound of steel drums and a piece of electronic calypso by Jean-Jacques Perrey and Dana Countryman.

In addition, MC Zirconium will be telling us all about cats learning French, dogs learning Chami-curo and donkeys learning On-gota.






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The Music
1.Edmundo Ros & His Orchestra: Sunny from Latin Boss - The Centenary CollectionBuy on AmazonLatin Boss - The Centenary Collection - Edmundo Ros & His Orchestra
2.Edmundo Ros & His Orchestra: Mrs. Robinson from Latin Boss - The Centenary CollectionBuy on AmazonLatin Boss - The Centenary Collection - Edmundo Ros & His Orchestra
3.Shawn Lee: Romeo and Juliet from Hooked Up ClassicsBuy on AmazonHooked Up Classics - Shawn Lee
4.Moon Wiring Club: House of Tricks from A Spare Tabby At The Cat's Wedding (LP)Buy
5.RedHeat: Meow Meow Meow Redux from Just for LaughsFree
6.Edmundo Ros: Sakura from Expo 70 + Ros In JapanBuy on Amazon
7.Edmundo Ros & His Orchestra: From Russia With Love from Latin Boss - The Centenary CollectionBuy on AmazonLatin Boss - The Centenary Collection - Edmundo Ros & His Orchestra
8.Shawn Lee: Peter and the Wolf from Hooked Up ClassicsBuy on AmazonHooked Up Classics - Shawn Lee
9.Calimbo Steel Band: Blue Danube from The Heart of TrinidadBuy on AmazonThe Heart of Trinidad - Calimbo Steel Band
10.Edmundo Ros & His Orchestra: Taboo from Latin Boss - The Centenary CollectionBuy on AmazonLatin Boss - The Centenary Collection - Edmundo Ros & His Orchestra
11.Edmundo Ros & His Orchestra: The Breeze and I (Bossa Nova) from Latin Boss - The Centenary CollectionBuy on AmazonLatin Boss - The Centenary Collection - Edmundo Ros & His Orchestra
12.Jean-Jacques Perrey and Dana Countryman: Calypso Electronica from Destination SpaceBuy on Amazon

The Lost News

Sunday, 5 December 2010

PMB009 The Concealed Playroom: Moon Wiring Club, deWolfe, Hong Kong in the 60s, Stereolab

On the show this week we have music from the new Moon Wiring Club album, some selections from a new deWolfe compilation, progressive Hungarian space jazz, 25th century exotica, a trip to the sea of tranquility with Hong Kong in the 60s, the first half of an Emperor Machine remix of a Stereolab track and plenty of other surprises.

In addition to the music, MC Zirconium will be telling us about why bees have given up, how to sing like Wing and turning base metal into gold.

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Alternatively, you may download the MP3 directly by right-clicking here.

The Music
1.Claude Vasori: Accroche-Toi, Caroline (Vision On Title Theme) from Top Dog - A Retrospective Of Classic TV & Radio Themes 1960 - 1982Buy on AmazonTop Dog (A Retrospective Of Classic TV & Radio Themes 1960-1982) - Various Artists
2.The Qualitons: Aua from Panoramic TymesBuy on AmazonPanoramic Tymes - The Qualitons
3.Computer Magic & Eva Hipsey: DeLorean theme from Present themes for past placesBuy
4.Moon Wiring Club: Concealed Playroom from A Spare Tabby At The Cat's WeddingBuy
5.Mr. Ho's Orchestrotica: Mini Skirt from The Unforgettable Sounds Of EsquivelBuy on AmazonThe Unforgettable Sounds of Esquivel - Mr. Ho's Orchestrotica
6.Herbert Chappell: The Gonk (Theme From Seeing & Doing): Top Dog - A Retrospective Of Classic TV & Radio Themes 1960 - 1982Buy on AmazonTop Dog (A Retrospective Of Classic TV & Radio Themes 1960-1982) - Various Artists
7.Hong Kong In The 60s: The Flower of Quince House from PlacesFree
8.Moon Wiring Club: Playroom Concealed from A Spare Tabby At The Cat's WeddingBuy
9.Stereolab: Silver Sands [Emperor Machine Mix] (Part 1) from Not MusicBuy on AmazonNot Music - Stereolab

The Lost News