PMB121: The Rites of Spring (Moe Koffman, Terry Snyder, Lenny Dee, Emil Richards, Tomita, The Three Suns, John Barry, Get The Blessing, Paul Nogues, Unit Six, The Brass Ring)

PMB121 The Rites of SpringOn the show this week, despite the awful weather conditions currently being experienced here on the Moon, we decided to celebrate the first day of Spring by collecting together some of our favourite seasonal tunes. The tracks on this week’s show are also some of the highlights of a recent set played by DJ Bongoboy at the annual fund-raising event for Scottish Arts Societies at the RSA in Edinburgh.

Listen now:

The Music

1. Moe Koffman: Spring – Overture from The Four Seasons in Rock
2. Terry Snyder and the All-Stars: I Love Paris from Persuasive Percussion – Bachelor Pad Music Buy on Amazon
3. Lenny Dee: Spring Beautiful Spring from In Dee Mand Buy on Amazon
4. Emil Richards: Diamond (April) from Stones Buy on Amazon
5. Tomita: Ballet of the Chicks in their Shells from Pictures at an Exhibition Buy on Amazon
6. The Three Suns: April Showers from Movin’ ‘n’ Groovin’ Buy on Amazon
7. John Barry: Florida Fantasy from Midnight Cowboy (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Buy on Amazon
8. Get The Blessing: OCDC from OCDC Buy on Amazon
9. Paul Noguès: The Four Seasons, Op. 8, Concerto No. 1 in E Major, RV 269 “La primavera” (Spring): I. Allegro from Go! Vivaldi, Vco! Buy on Amazon Go! Vivaldi, Vco! - Paul Noguès
10. Unit Six: Mayday Version 2 from Two in One
11. The Brass Ring: Like A Breath Of Spring from Gazpacho/Only Love Buy on Amazon

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