It’s been a while since the wizards last convened so this time round there is plenty to discuss and loads of music to play and dissect. There is also an unusually bumper postbag to get through.
So, settle down, strap in and enjoy a mix of legendary band re-enactments, talk of Tommy Edison and more Half Man Half Biscuit quotes than you can throw a stick at.
hell, lloyd & verlaine on the wizards’ sofa
You can download the full shenanigans here or just plug yourself into the audio-player right underneath these words.
Marquee Moon Reconstructed:
Here’s some of the physicality played on the show:
the wizards’ album cover of the year!
Chuck Prophet Interview
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Posted by kickerofelves1 on November 16, 2014 in Full length podcasts, Podcasts and tagged bjork, chris forsyth & the solar motel band, Chuck Prophet, Edwyn Collins, Goat, Half Man Half Biscuit, islet, James Yorkston, les big byrd, Lou Reed, mark bell, Orange Juice, richard hell, richard lloyd, Robert Pollard, swans, teenage guitar, television, The Just Joans, the primitives, the ska vengers, the style council, the young sinclairs, They Might Be Giants, tom verlaine.
These are the tracks we played on this show in the order we played them:
1. Goat – Talk To God
2. The Just Joans – Hideous Accident
3. Swans – A Little God In My Hands
4. Les Big Byrd – Back To Bagarmossen
5. Islet – Carlos
6. Television – Marquee Moon
7. Chris Forsyth & The Solar Motel Band – I Ain’t Waiting
8. The Style Council – Here’s One That Got Away
9. James Yorkston – Guy Fawkes’ Signature
10. Teenage Guitar – A Year That Could Have Been Worse
11. They Might Be Giants – Edison Museum
12. The Primitives (Lou Reed) – The Ostrich
13. The Ska Vengers – Gunshot
14. Half Man Half Biscuit – The Unfortunate Gwatkin
15. Mark Bell – A Salute To Those People Who Say Fuck You
16. Bjork – 5 Years
17. Chuck Prophet – Laughing On The Inside
18. The Young Sinclairs – That’s All Right
19. Orange Juice – What Presence?!
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