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PMB251 The Rainbow Collection: Green (Johnny Keating, Jonina, toitoitoi, Enoch Light & The Light Brigade, Claus Ogerman, Jack Dieval, Gene Marshall, Bernard Fevre, Peopleodeon, Lawrence Welk, Ethel Smith, Peter Herbolzheimer)

Continuing on our journey through The Rainbow Collection, we reach that most verdant of colours, green. You’ll hear slightly creepy library music from the UK and France, a brand new release from Ghost Box and no less than four German … Continue reading

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PMB178: Is This A Dream? (The Cosmic Rays, Korla Pandit, 101 Strings, TOMTIT, Ethel Smith, Seeland, Delia Derbyshire/Barry Bermange, Boris Zepyr, Gerhard Gregor, Hans Conried, Jürgen Müller)

You are going to relax, so begin by making yourself perfectly comfortable. Sit down in your favourite chair. Or lie down on your favourite couch or bed. Drop your arms to your sides and gaze intently at a spot high … Continue reading

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PMB007: First Lady of the Hammond, Ethel Smith (John Fiddy & Sammy Burdson, Monroeville Music Center, XoC, Johnny Dankworth, Disasterpeace,Sam Sklair & Gus Calbraith, Pierre Arvay, Jean Jacques Perrey,Dana Countryman, Matt Berry)

On the show this week we celebrate the imminent 100th anniversary of birth of the First Lady of the Hammond Organ, Ethel Smith. We also have some fabulous retro-futuristic radiophonic pop from the Monroeville Music Center as well as a … Continue reading

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