PCP#605… State of Mind…

State of Mind…. with tracks by … The Happy Problem, Visionary Underground, Combat Nocturne, Ensemble Al-Asdeka, Pixie Trace, Plunkett, AnarchyX, Robert Soko, Screw-Jay, The Bombay Dub Orchestra, Dead Heart Bloom, The Soap Company, Talco, Radiomaniac, Danish Daycare, Juanitos.

  1. Head Case, by The Happy Problem. New York, USA.
  2. State of Mind, by Visionary Underground London, England.
  3. God Bless Afrika, by Combat Nocturne. Aquitaine, France.  [Jamendo]
  4. La Roza Linda, by Ensemble Al-Asdeka.Michigan, USA. [Magnatune]
  5. Bandolera (Original Mix), by Pixie Trace. Mexico. [Moombah Bandits]
  6. 21st Century, by Plunkett.Italy.
  7. Doch Toten, by AnarchyX. Berlin, Germany. [Jamendo]
  8. Behind The Line, by Screw-Jay. Hungary.[Jamendo
  9. Rare Earth, by The Bombay Dub Orchestra. London, England & Bombay, India. [Promonet]
  10. There Will Come Soft Rains – Dead Heart Bloom. New York, USA.
  11. Selfish Cow, by The Soap Company. Croydon, England.
  12. Le Sedia Vuota, by Talco. Marghera, Italy. [Jamendo]
  13. Gulliver (Side Effects Of Modern Psychotropic Substances), by Radiomaniac. Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Russia. [Southern’s City Lab]
  14. A Purpose To My Sins, by Danish Daycare. Malmo, Sweden. [af-music]
  15. Octopussy, by Juanitos. Chambéry, France.[Jamendo]

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It’s A Frog’s Life Acoustic Podcast Show 132 – PC Frogcast

Before I recorded by 500th PCP, Graham Holland from It’s a Frogs Life Acoustic Podcast asked me if I’d like to do a PC Frogcast, with the best acoustic tracks I’ve played on PCP.  I delved back into the archives, all the way back to PCP#6 and came up with the following.  Find more about Graham and his acoustic podcast here!

It’s A Frog’s Life Acoustic Podcast Show 132 – PC Frogcast, with tracks by …… Lawrence Blatt, Paddy Rasta, Lay Low, Bubamara Brass Band, Orca, Le Trio Joubran, Ben Caplan and the Casual Smokers, ICHI, Matt Stevens, Dead Heart Bloom, Romashka, Lull, Keston Cobblers’ Club, Slow Club.

  1. Say Hello To Yesterday, by Lawrence Blatt. San Francisco, California. [pcp#108 7th March 2007]
  2. Fair Trade Bananas, by Paddy Rasta. Ireland and Aberdeen. [pcp#109 10th March 2007]
  3. Please Don’t Hate Me, by Lay Low. Reykjavik, Iceland. [pcp#131 26th May 2007]
  4. Manea Romi, by Bubamara Brass Band. Russia. [pcp#368 24th September 2011]
  5. Fjllini Standa Ti, by Orca. Faroe Islands. [pcp#220 31st May 2008]
  6. Nawwar, by Le Trio Joubran. Palestine. [pcp#351, 21st May 2011]
  7. Conduit, by Ben Caplan and the Casual Smokers. Halifax. Nova Scotia, Canada. [pcp#400 13th May 2012]
  8. Go Gagambo, by ICHI Bristol, England. [pcp#464 15th May 2014]
  9. West Green (Loft Dub), by Matt Stevens. London, England. [pcp#166 26th September 2007]
  10. There Will Come Soft Rains – Dead Heart Bloom. New York, USA. [pcp#6 24th February 2006]
  11. Shimdiggy, by Romashka. New York, USA. [pcp#114 28th March 2007]
  12. Boy In The Night, by Lull. Montpellier, France. [pcp#115 31st March 2007]
  13. Your Mother, by Keston Cobblers’ Club. Keston, England. [pcp#493 23rd May 2015]
  14. Me And You, by Slow Club. Sheffield, England. [pcp#203 9th February 2008]
By |2018-04-20T12:44:38+00:00July 17th, 2015|PC Podcast (PCP)|0 Comments

I’m raising money for a Children’s Cancer Charity.

Between Friday 27th and 29th September a bunch of us will be Swooving for 40 hours for 40 different charities.

I shall be Swooving for 10 hours and my chosen charity is Chestnut Tree House, which provides care for children and young people with life-shortening conditions, and their families.

To Swoove means to Sing, Whoop and Move. It’s a great physical and mental excercise and keeps me sane in an otherwise insane world.

If you have heard my podcasts, and have a couple of pounds, dollars, euros, or any other currency spare then please consider donating HERE to the cause. The last time I asked for sponorship was back in 2013, so I don’t ask everyday.

THANK YOU!