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Adam Walton playlist and show info: Sunday 14 March 2010

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BBC Wales Music BBC Wales Music | 09:37 UK time, Monday, 22 March 2010

This week's show features sets of live musical wonderment recorded at our recent happening in Hendre Hall, Bangor from Aberystwyth's Georgia Ruth, Tregarth's John Lawrence and Machynlleth's Nia Morgan. Have to get those hometowns / villages in there. It was a magical night and these recordings capture that perfectly. Poor blighters have to put up with me interviewing them, too, although John and Nia at least had the advantage of my recording equipment running out of juice partway through.


Elsewhere I talk to Ewloe's Tim McIvor from the challengingly-named Tim and Sam's Tim and the Sam Band with Tim and Sam about their beautifully textured debut album Life Stream.

Huw Pooh drags us back to the snot and faded bondage pants of Welsh Oi! as he reminds us of Picture Frame Seduction.

Lara Catrin translates Big Leaves' Seithenyn for those of us who are dysgu Cymraeg - or just have a curiosity about Welsh song lyrics.

Ben revisits an frequently overlooked, but inspirational, facet of Donovan's back catalogue.

Demos / gig info / comments & correspondence to: themysterytour@gmail.com

Next week: Dirty Goods in session and Liz from The School on their brilliant debut album 'Loveless Unbeliever' (Elefant Records).

IMPORTANT - if you have posted me a package to our Wrexham address in the last four weeks, could you get back to me and let me know, please? I'm trying to audit any post that hasn't arrived. Sorry for any inconvenience!

Have an excellent and music-filled week,



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