PMB130: Hot Wheels (Jack Arel, Pierre Dutour, Albert Duglas Meakin, The Shaggs, Johnny Pearson, Gabor Szabo, James Taylor Quartet, The Ventures, Oscar Brandenburg Orchestra, Fink, BBII)

PMB130 Hot WheelsPut on your driving gloves, dear listener, for a particularly high-octane edition of the show as this week as we explore the world of speedsters, car chases and rally racing.Amongst other thrilling selections, you will hear library music from both sides of the English Channel, a version of a well-known instrumental hit by anti-musicians The Shaggs and a most surprising “unplugged” version of that motorway classic, Autobahn.

Listen now:

The Music

1. Jack Arel & Pierre Dutour: Top Rally from Luke Vibert’s Further Nuggets Buy on Amazon
2. Albert Duglas Meakin: Car Chase a Margellina (Dal film Piedono lo sbirro) from Terence Hill, Vol. 1 Buy on Amazon
3. The Shaggs: Wheels from The Shaggs Buy on Amazon
4. Johnny Pearson: Action Drive from KPM 1000 Series: Speed and Excitement Buy on Amazon KPM 1000 Series: Speed and Excitement - Johnny Pearson
5. Gabor Szabo: Sophisticated Wheels from California Dreamin’: Jazz Exotica Buy on Amazon
6. James Taylor Quartet: One Way Street from The Money Spyder Buy on Amazon The Money Spyder - James Taylor Quartet
7. The Ventures: Starsky And Hutch from TV Themes Buy on Amazon
8. Oscar Brandenburg Orchestra: Music To Drive By from Girl In A Suitcase (Upgraded) Buy on Amazon
9. Fink: Autobahn from Mondscheiner Buy on Amazon
10. BBII: Car Chase from Red Giant – Single Buy on Amazon Red Giant - Single - BBII

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