Planet Beet

Premiere DateDec 19, 2012
Categories Media Music
00:00    Feemtoon
00:49    Mr Jason talkin'
01:02    Dubious Charms Subsonics
02:34    Mr Jason talkin'
04:06    That's Alright Deadbeats
06:30    Mr Jason talkin'
08:02    This Moment In Heaven
11:45    Mr Jason talkin'
13:06    Tower Breakers Port Isla
16:47    Mr Jason talkin'
19:42    Slapp Logan
22:55    Mr Jason talkin'
23:32    5th Season
28:15    Mr Jason talkin'
29:27    She Won't Ever Calm Down Pale Lights
33:12    Mr Jason talkin'
34:42    You Only Smile On Sundays Deadbeats
37:28    Mr Jason talkin'
39:14    A Man With A Twitch In His Cheek Phantom Family Halo
43:01    Mr Jason talkin'
45:05    Too Damaged Subsonics
47:18    Mr Jason talkin'
49:13    The Weaver Paul Weller
52:45    Mr Jason talkin'
54:14    John Waters The Recordettes
55:53    Mr Jason talkin'
57:02    Animals James Eliot Taylor
60:41    Outro
60:47    Finish

Planet Beet with Mr Jason – Wednesday 19th December 2012

Well, it’s cold outside, but it’s warm in bed, so why not let me tuck you into the Planet Beet Bed of Music, and then you can settle down with a cup of Audio Cocoa, and appreciate the soothing sounds, creeping across the airways of your mind. This week, our Album Of The Month is Phantom Family Halo & Francis Jewel’ “Don’t Be Afraid Of The Jungle, our Classic Album is Paul Weller’s seminal “Wild Wood”, and we’re also featuring Subsonics‘ brand new LP “In The Black Spot”, which is out now on Slovenly Records.
Whadaya say? Let’s Radio!

Pale Lights


James Eliot Taylor

Websites
Old School Studios – http://www.oldschoolstudios.co.uk
Packed Full Of Jam – http://www.packedfullofjam.com

Recorded at Old School Studios, Studio C, onto analogue computer.

Planet Beet is (self) sponsored by “Biscuish”, the new jam-filled biscuit-style treat, from the new Packed Full Of Jam range of snack items. Goto our website for further details. http://www.packedfullofjam.com

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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