David Celia (Part 2) - Live @ Old School Studios

Premiere DateMay 26, 2012
Categories Media Music
00:00 Themetune
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00:43 Mr Jason talking
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01:52 Welcome To The Show David Celia - Live @ Old School Studios
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04:47 The Wind David Celia - Live @ Old School Studios
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10:32 This Isn't Here David Celia - Live @ Old School Studios
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13:46 Cactus David Celia - Live @ Old School Studios
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17:41 I'm Not Texan David Celia - Live @ Old School Studios
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20:21 Instant Puppy Love David Celia - Live @ Old School Studios
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26:35 Life Is A Dream David Celia - Live @ Old School Studios
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28:46 Mr Jason talking
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30:51 Adventurers Port Isla
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33:38 Themetune
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35:10 Finish
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LIVE @ OLD SCHOOL STUDIOS with MR JASON – Saturday 26th May 2012

DAVID CELIA (part 2) – David and his awesome band were due to come into Old School Studios on the afternoon of the Norwich leg of their UK tour, but they ended up doing a BBC radio session, and didn’t then have enough time for our one. Soooo, we brough the mountain to Mohammed. Well, not a mountain, but a bunch of recording equipment.. To the Bicycle Shop, which is a cafe/bar and music venue.. It was worth the effort, and the gig was fantastic! This is Part 2 of the gig. Part 1 was featured 2 months ago. I have no idea why it took me so long to air the 2nd part.. Sorry about that listeners..
Hey, Whaddaya Say, Let’s Radio!

BAND MEMBERS
David vocals, guitar, uke, electric piano
Joan keys, vocals, guitar
Dave bass, vocals
Cleat drums

DAVID CELIA gigs
5th-10th Jun 2012 Coconut Island, Absurdonia Germany
15th Jun 2012 La Casa Cottbus, Germany
16th June 2012 Bunte Republic Dresden, Germany

WEBSITE
http://www.davidcelia.com/

This set was mixed and recorded live @ The Bicycle Shop, Norwich, UK, by Mr Jason. Thanks to Ian Hudson from Dreams Music Promotions, and Rob et al at The Bicycle Shop.
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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