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Charles Howl

Charles Howl in session tonight from Maida Vale. Marc's been playing Meet Lou's Needs off the album Sir Vices.

London-based Charles Howl is a quintet (featuring two of The Proper Ornaments) from London - they will be bringing a string quartet in too - nice.

2 hours

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Mon 12 Dec 2016 19:00

Music Played

  • Mott the Hoople

    Roll Away The Stone

    • Mott The Hoople - Greatest Hits.
    • CBS.
  • The Moonlandingz

    Black Hanz

    • Black Hanz EP.
    • Transgressive Records.
  • Brix & The Extricated

    Something To Lose

    • Blang.
  • DUDS

    Auf Der Einbahnstrasse

    • Unfit for Work.
    • Bandcamp.
  • Jesca Hoop

    The Lost Sky

    • Sub Pop.
  • The Wave Pictures

    Now I Want To Hoover My Brain Clean

    • Moshi Moshi Records.
  • Radiohead

    There, There

  • Moon Duo


    • Occult Architecture Vol 1.
    • Sacred Bones.
  • Ezra Furman

    Day of The Dog

    • Day of the Dog.
    • Bar None Records.
  • Charles Howl

    Meet Lou’s Needs

  • Super Furry Animals

    God Show Me Magic (Mark Radcliffe session 1st April 1996)

  • Throwing Muses

    Soap And Water (Radio 1 Session, 4 May 1988)

  • Syd Barrett

    Baby Lemonade

    • Barrett.
    • EMI.
  • Oh Sees

    Classic Banana

    • Castle Face.
  • Julie Byrne

    Natural Blue

    • Basin Rock.
  • Charles Howl

    Death of Print

  • Charles Howl

    She’s Throwing Up

  • Cherry Ghost & The Earlies

    Just Like Christmas (Marc Riley session 20th Dec 2007)

  • Fats Domino

    The Rooster Song

    • Fats Domino.
    • Liberty.
  • Nadia Reid

    The Arrow &The Aim

    • Basin Rock.
  • Michael Chapman

    The Mallard

    • 50.
    • Paradise of Bachelors.
  • Butthole Surfers

    Blind Man (John Peel session 20th Sept 1988)

  • Jim Jones and the Righteous Mind

    Till It's All Gone

    • MaSonic.


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