PMB074: The Rolling Stones at 50 (Peter Thomas, Tätärä, Charo & The Salsoul Orchestra, David McCallum, Hot Ice, The Grassmasters, Sandie Shaw, Lassigue Bendthaus)

PMB074: The Rolling Stones at 50This week on the show we send our hearty 50th anniversary best wishes to Mick, Keef, Ron and Charlie as we mark 50 years of The Rolling Stones. As regular listeners will know, however, we try to avoid playing tracks by the artists we are actually featuring. So on the show this week you’ll hear Stones covers in a range of styles including brass, bluegrass, electronic, glitch, Eurovision pop, disco and latino soul.

Listen now:

The Music

1. Peter Thomas Sound Orchestra: Jumpin’ Jack Flash from The In-Kraut Buy on Amazon
2. Tätärä: 19th Nervous Breakdown from Next Show Buy on Amazon Next Show - Tätärä
3. Charo & The Salsoul Orchestra: Let’s Spend The Night Together from La Musique De Paris Derniere 2 Buy on Amazon
4. David McCallum: Satisfaction (2001 Digital Remaster) from A Part Of Me/A Bit More Of Me Buy on Amazon
5. Hot Ice: Brown Sugar from Stone Disco Buy on Amazon
6. The Grassmasters: Paint It Black from Stones Grass Buy on Amazon Stones Grass - The Grassmasters
7. Sandie Shaw: Sympathy for the Devil from Reviewing the situation Buy on Amazon
8. Yoyo International Orchesta: Gimme Shelter from Instrumental Hits of the Rolling Stones Buy on Amazon Instrumental Hits of the Rolling Stones - Yoyo International Orchesta
9. Lassigue Bendthaus: Angie (miniature numerique) from Pop Artificielle Buy on Amazon

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One Response to PMB074: The Rolling Stones at 50 (Peter Thomas, Tätärä, Charo & The Salsoul Orchestra, David McCallum, Hot Ice, The Grassmasters, Sandie Shaw, Lassigue Bendthaus)

  1. revdode says:

    Dear lunar chaps thank you for finally clearing up and doubts I had on the subject of Sandie Shaw. The grassmasters are however amazing!
    One of my other favourite shows broadcast a quite amazing “no devo devo show, easily found with googling for national cynical network. It reminded me quite a lot of a typical PMB covers show although lacked pans or 8 bit versions and was longer with more moments when I considered Hungarian radio.