PMB S03E05 Basil: The Kirchin Experience (Ivor & Basil Kirchin Band, The Basil Kirchin Band, Johnny Keating, Broadcast, The High Llamas, Stereolab, Basil Kirchin & Jack Nathan)

PMB S03E05 Basil: The Kirchin ExperienceThis week we celebrate the life and work of one of Britain’s greatest big band leaders, soundtrack composers, library music composers and time/mind-bending musicians, Basil Kirchin.

Hull City of Culture 2017 recently put on a weekend of the great man’s music, which DJ Bongoboy was lucky enough to attend.

Inspired by that, we’ve put our own tribute together. There’s music from every part of Basil’s life in music, as well as tracks by bands who have been inspired by him.

Listen now:

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The Music

1. Ivor & Basil Kirchin Band: Jungle Fire Dance from TV Sound And Image (British Television, Film And Library Composers 1956-80) v a Buy on Amazon
2. The Basil Kirchin Band: Bee’s Knees from Rock a Conga EP Buy on Amazon
3. Johnny Keating and 27 Men: Listen… from The Keating Sound Buy on Amazon
4. The London Studio Group (Basil Kirchin, Jack Nathan and John Coleman): Prelude And Dawn from Abstractions Of The Industrial North Buy on Amazon
5. Broadcast: The World Backwards from Work And Non Work Buy on Amazon
6. The High Llamas: The Click And The Fizz from Beet, Maize & Corn Buy on Amazon
7. Alan Barnes on Basil
8. Basil Kirchin: Sketch Three from Charcoal Sketches Buy on Amazon
9. Stereolab: The Spiracles from Cobra And Phases Group Play Voltage In The Milky Night Buy on Amazon
10. Basil Kirchin & Jack Nathan: The Good Guys from Kpm 1000 Series: It’s About Time  Buy on Amazon
11. Basil Kirchin: Primitive London 1 from Primitive London (Original Soundtrack) Buy on Amazon
12. Basil Kirchin: Silicon Chip from Silicon Chip Buy on Amazon

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The Late News

Thing of the Week

After enjoying so much Basil Kirchin on this week’s show, you may want to grow your own. Well, thanks to this packet of Basil seeds, now you can!

PLEASE NOTE: There is no evidence whatsoever that basil seeds have undesirable side effects.

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