Al Southgate - Live @ Old School Studios

Premiere DateFeb 16, 2013
Categories Media Music
00:00 Themetune
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00:42 Mr Jason talking
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02:38 Drain Al Southgate - Live @ Old School Studios
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06:04 Alchemical Marriage Al Southgate - Live @ Old School Studios
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09:35 Afraid Of Parading My Heart Al Southgate - Live @ Old School Studios
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12:42 Over & Over Al Southgate - Live @ Old School Studios
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16:27 Old Town Al Southgate - Live @ Old School Studios
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20:15 In The Middle Of The Night (It Comes) Al Southgate - Live @ Old School Studios
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24:35 My Favoured Mace Al Southgate - Live @ Old School Studios
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27:44 I'll Get You Down Al Southgate - Live @ Old School Studios
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31:19 Pimp Your State Of Mind Al Southgate - Live @ Old School Studios
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35:02 Themetune
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37:35 Finish
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LIVE @ OLD SCHOOL STUDIOS with MR JASON – Saturday 16th February 2013

AL SOUTHGATE – HURRAY! Happy Birthday to us! It’s our 300th episode! Did you think we’d make it this far? On this week’s landmark show we have one of our oldest musical aquaintances. Iain, my co-host on Planet Beet, has been friends and in bands with Al Southgate for the last 13-14 years, and Iain first played me Al’s music back when we first met. I’ve followed Al’s career over the years, and his well-crafted songs have just got better and better, and continue to. I’m very pleased that on the 300th show we have someone that we’ve been championing since way before this show began. Thanks for listening, whether you’re new to the show, or a hardened OSS fan of old. It’s been a crazy ride, but here’s to another 6 years!
Hey, Whaddaya Say, Let’s Radio!

AL SOUTHGATE MEMBERS
Al guitar & vocals

WEBSITES
https://soundcloud.com/al-southgate

This music was performed completely live, without a safety net, recorded to stereo analog tape, just as nature intended, by Jason Baldock & Conor Etteridge, at Old School Studios in Norwich, UK – http://www.oldschoolstudios.co.uk

Host Mr Jason
When he was seven, Jason started writing songs -- mostly silly stuff, which went hand in hand with the hilarious (in their minds) radio shows that he and his older sister would record on their dad's dictaphone.…

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