Posts Tagged 'Classic Album Sunday'

CAS Oslo presents Euroboys ‘Long Day’s Flight ‘Till Tomorrow’

Norways’ Euroboys join us for a special one off event in Oslo.

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Classic Album Sundays presents Johnny Cash ‘Forever Words’ with John Carter Cash

We’re joined by Johnny Cash’s son John Carter Cash to discuss the new album based around his father’s previously unreleased poems and writings featuring artists such as Chris Cornell, Elvis Costello and many more.

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Classic Album Sundays presents Jake Long performing Miles Davis ‘Bitches Brew’ at The Jazz Café Video

Check out Jake Long leading a performance of Miles Davis’ ‘Bitches Brew’ live from London’s iconic Jazz Café.

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Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds ‘The Boatman’s Call’ Vinyl Giveaway

March’s album of the month is up for grabs to one lucky follower!

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CAS Sydney presents The Church ‘Starfish’ with special guest Steve Kilbey

We are delighted to be joined by The Church’s Steve Kilby to celebrate one of the greatest Australian albums of all time.

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The Wailers ‘Burnin” Musical Lead-Up Playlist

We’re looking forward to celebrating The Wailers’ 1974 classic Burnin’ as our April Album Of The Month. Our musical lead-up playlist provides a snapshot of Marley and Co’s inspirations and musical peers, from The Skatalites and The Upsetters to veteran

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Classic Album Sundays presents Johnny Cash ‘Forever Words’ with John Carter Cash

Take a listen to John Carter Cash’s memories of his father and how he put the new album Forever Words: The Music together.

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CAS and Boiler Room present Contemporary Classics #004: “Hercules & Love Affair” with Andy Butler

The fourth instalment of Contemporary Classics sees Hercules and Love Affair main man Andy Butler join us at Eagle London, the home of Horse Meat Disco.

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Classic Album Sundays on Worldwide FM: Nick Cave ‘The Boatman’s Call’

We’re back on Worldwide FM celebrating Nick Cave’s 1997 masterpiece.

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Nick Cave ‘The Boatman’s Call’ Legacy Playlist

The haunting influence of Nick Cave’s music can be heard on newer artists such as Sun Kil Moon to iconic artists such as David Bowie.

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