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01/03/2010

Marc has a session from ex-Delgados member and now solo artist Emma Pollock. Tune in hear the cogs turning and Marc's brain exploding!

Tonight we've Emma Pollock in session, previously in The Delgados now flying solo. She's back with her second solo album The Law Of Large Numbers and Marc can't get enough of it.

It's released on Chemikal Underground the label Emma helped form when she was in the Delgados and recorded throughout 2009 in Chem19 with husband and ex-Delgado Paul Savage producing.

The Law of Large Numbers is a theorem concerned with the outcome of a repeated simple experiment with equal probability outcomes, such as rolling a dice, and its comparison with the theoretically predicted result. It's responsible for many a disillusioned gambler.

So to hear the cogs turning and Marc's brain explode tune in!!!!

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Mon 1 Mar 2010 19:00

Music Played

  • Emma Pollock

    I Could Be A Saint

  • The Three Johns

    Sold Down The River

  • Django Django

    Wor

  • Monsters of Folk

    Dear God

  • Filthy Pedor

    Get Your Beak On

  • Ween

    Pork Roll Egg and Cheese

  • The Loungs

    12 Hand

  • Nazz

    Open My Eyes

  • Vermin Poets

    Like Poets Often Do

  • Euros Childs

    Spin That Girl Around

  • Emma Pollock

    Hug The Harbour

  • Dave Edmunds

    I Knew The Bride

  • Jimmy Cliff

    Come Into My Life

  • Ann-Margret

    Jim Dandy

  • Laura Gibson

    Spirited

  • Musée Mécanique

    The Propellors

  • Emma Pollock

    Red Orange Green

  • D.A.F.

    Der Mussolini

  • Loudon Wainwright III

    Be Careful There's A Baby In The House

  • Third Tuesday

    Third Time Under

  • LOVES.

    Sweet Sister Deliah

  • Veronica Falls

    Found Love In A Graveyard

  • John & Jehn

    Time For The Devil

  • Paul Haig

    Reason

  • Moose

    Je Reve

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