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Sounds of a City: Massive Attack 'Blue Lines'

Sounds of a City: Massive Attack ‘Blue Lines’

Classic Album Sundays

The next episode of 'Sounds Of A City' focusses on Bristol and it's most iconic album, Massive Attack's 'Blue Lines'.

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Jan
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J Dilla 'Donuts' with Boiler Room Head Of Music Raj Chaudhuri

J Dilla ‘Donuts’ with Boiler Room Head Of Music Raj Chaudhuri

Classic Album Sundays

Check out the full presentation and gallery from our recent J Dilla 'Donuts' event with Raj from Boiler Room.

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Jan
1
 
Sounds of a City: Martyn Bennett 'Bothy Culture'

Sounds of a City: Martyn Bennett ‘Bothy Culture’

Classic Album Sundays

Colleen chooses the album she feels sounds like Edinburgh for the fourth edition of her Sounds of a City series on BBC 6 Music.

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Jan
1
 
Sounds of a City: New Order 'Power Corruption & Lies'

Sounds of a City: New Order ‘Power Corruption & Lies’

Classic Album Sundays

Colleen chooses the album she feels sounds like Manchester for the third edition of her Sounds of a City series on BBC 6 Music.

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Jan
1
 
Sounds of a City: The Teardrop Explodes 'Kilimanjaro'

Sounds of a City: The Teardrop Explodes ‘Kilimanjaro’

Classic Album Sundays

Colleen chooses the album she feels sounds like Liverpool (and it is not The Beatles!) for the second edition of her Sounds of a City series on BBC 6 Music.

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Jan
1
 
Sounds of a City: The Human League 'Travelogue'

Sounds of a City: The Human League ‘Travelogue’

Classic Album Sundays

Colleen chooses the album she feels sounds like Sheffield for the first edition of her Sounds of a City series on BBC 6 Music.

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Jan
1
 

Sounds of a City: Massive Attack ‘Blue Lines’

The next episode of ‘Sounds Of A City’ focusses on Bristol and it’s most iconic album, Massive Attack’s ‘Blue Lines’.

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J Dilla ‘Donuts’ with Boiler Room Head Of Music Raj Chaudhuri

Check out the full presentation and gallery from our recent J Dilla ‘Donuts’ event with Raj from Boiler Room.

Read on »

Sounds of a City: Martyn Bennett ‘Bothy Culture’

Colleen chooses the album she feels sounds like Edinburgh for the fourth edition of her Sounds of a City series on BBC 6 Music.

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Sounds of a City: New Order ‘Power Corruption & Lies’

Colleen chooses the album she feels sounds like Manchester for the third edition of her Sounds of a City series on BBC 6 Music.

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Sounds of a City: The Teardrop Explodes ‘Kilimanjaro’

Colleen chooses the album she feels sounds like Liverpool (and it is not The Beatles!) for the second edition of her Sounds of a City series on BBC 6 Music.

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Sounds of a City: The Human League ‘Travelogue’

Colleen chooses the album she feels sounds like Sheffield for the first edition of her Sounds of a City series on BBC 6 Music.

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Classic Album Sundays Radio Documentary on The Making of Elton John’s ‘Goodbye Yellow Brick Road’

Colleen ‘Cosmo’ Murphy explores the stories behind the Elton John’s consummate pop masterpiece featuring interviews with Elton, Bernie Taupin, Ed Sheeran & more.

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City Radio Glasgow’s Documentary about Classic Album Sundays

Ryan McMullan presents a great half hour radio doc on CAS and interviews our worldwide hosts and the listeners themselves. Find out why the listeners find the experience so unique.

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“The Art of Sequencing”

Colleen ‘Cosmo’ Murphy and Classic Album Sundays are featured on “The Art of Sequencing” which explores why many artists feel the order of songs on their albums is of utmost importance. Hosted by Elbow’s Guy Garvey and featuring contributions from Pink Floyd’s Nick Mason and Pete Jobson from I am Kloot.

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Colleen ‘Cosmo’ Murphy & Classic Album Sundays on Bestival Radio

Colleen ‘Cosmo’ Murphy plays favourite classic album cuts and relays some of the stories behinds the albums on Bestival Radio (a solo effort on one turntable!)

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