PMB152: Making the Action (Adrian Baker & Roy Morgan, Kosmischer Läufer, Jacqui Dankworth, Bruno Spoerri, Massonix, WeirdGear, Calibro 35, Mild Peril, Irving Martin & Brian Dee)

PMB152 Making the ActionThis week’s show is made up of some the latest releases and reissues to arrive here at the Moonbase.

We have two selections from the long-awaited third collection of library music put together by Luke Vibert, an example of the music used as part of the training regime by East German athletes in the 70s (allegedly), two tracks submitted by our highly talented listeners and plenty more besides.

Listen now:

The Music

1. Adrian Baker & Roy Morgan: Freshman from Luke Vibert’s Nuggets 3 Buy on Amazon
2. Kosmischer Läufer: Die lange Gerade (DJ Bongoboy Edit) from Volume One Buy on Amazon Volume One: The Secret Cosmic Music of the East German Olympic Program 1972-83 - Kosmischer Läufer
3. Jacqui Dankworth: It’s Tomorrow’s World from Live to Love Buy on Amazon Live to Love - Jacqui Dankworth
4. Bruno Spoerri: Swiss Pack from Hommage Au Fromage Buy on Amazon Hommage Au Fromage/Hollingsville - Bruno Spoerri
5. Massonix: Raybestos from Hollingsville Buy on Amazon Hommage Au Fromage/Hollingsville - Bruno Spoerri
6. WeirdGear: Köln from Cosmonautes Discotheque Buy on Amazon Cosmonautes Discotheque - WeirdGear
7. Calibro 35: One Hundred Guests from Traditori di Tutti Buy on Amazon Traditori di tutti - Calibro 35
8. Mild Peril: Wizard’s Pupil from Bedroom Cassette Masters 1980-89 Volume Four Buy
9. Irving Martin & Brian Dee: Making The Action from Luke Vibert’s Nuggets 3 Buy on Amazon

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