BBC - Bwani Junction - BBC - T in the Park - 2011

Greg James

16:00 – 17:45 // In the studio next is Newsbeat

Fri 8th July - Sun 10th July 2011

Balado, Kinross-Shire

Bwani Junction

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Railway children

This young Edinburgh four-piece first met at school, their curious moniker derived from the title of a 1956 feature film set in an Indian railway town. Making their festival debut at Belladrum last summer, the band is now racking up rave live reviews for scores of gigs around the UK, including Glasgow’s legendary King Tut’s and Madame Jo Jo’s in London.

Whilst exhibiting a passing knowledge of the global jukebox and clearly not shy about their distinct brand of Scottishness the band prefers to let the music do the talking.. And you to do the listening.

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  • 1.

    Feel No More

  • 2.

    She Ain't Saying No

  • 3.

    My Body My Mind

  • 4.

    (Untitled)

  • 5.

    Roots Too Deep

  • 6.

    Today's Crusades

  • 7.

    Two Bridges

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