PMB249: ALL CAPS (Terry Snyder & The All Stars, Eddie Layton, Steffi & Bert, Django Django, Amadou Kienou & Son Ensemble Foteban, Kim Kwang-Nam, Bert Kaempfert, Raymond Lefevre, Massed Bands of HM Royal Marines, Song for Ottowa)

PMB249: ALL CAPSWe take a break from our trip through the colours of the rainbow this week, dear listener, with a trip around (some of) the capitals of the world.

We hope it proves to be as much of a journey of discovery as it was for us as we share some very heart-felt and often quite puzzling celebrations of some of the world’s great cities.

Special thanks are due to our Canadian ambassador for finding a great 80s tribute to her very own capital city.

Listen now:

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The Music

1. Terry Snyder & The All Stars: I Love Paris from Persuasive Percussion Buy on Amazon
2. Eddie Layton: Bright Lights Of Brussels, Expo 1958 from Vintage Jazz No. 145 – EP: Bright Lights Of Brussels – EP Buy on Amazon
3. Steffi & Bert: Berlin-Dixie from Der Zauber Von Berlin Buy on Amazon
4. Django Django: Skies Over Cairo from Django Django Buy on Amazon
5. Amadou Kienou & Son Ensemble Foteban: Ouagadougou kalou from Taabali Buy on Amazon
6. Kim Kwang-Nam: Third-class Of A Train For Seoul from Golden Hit Song Album Buy on Amazon
7. Bert Kaempfert and His Orchestra: Cha Cha Brasilia from That Latin Feeling (Remastered) Buy on Amazon
8. Raymond Lefevre et son orchestre: Lima from La petite surprise party, vol. 5 (Mono Version) – EP Buy on Amazon
9. Massed Bands of HM Royal Marines: Canberra from Mountbatten Festival of Music 2013 Buy on Amazon
10. Song for Ottowa: The Capital City Watch

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The Unnecessary News

Thing of the Week

Bar Globe by Zoffoli This week’s thing should appeal to both the heavy drinker and historical geographer. The Bar Globe by Zoffoli offers the chance to inform and educate your guests on the subject of the 17th century view of the world while becoming increasingly inebriated. Most importantly, it comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.

We also mentioned Capital City Quiz Book: 200 Multiple Choice Capital City Quiz Questions: Volume 1 by Clint Glover, LONDON: The Information Capital: 100 maps and graphics that will change how you view the city by James Cheshire and Oliver Uberti and a board game Jigraphy: Flags, Capitals, Currencies & Populations by The Happy Puzzle Company.

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