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Classic Album Sundays presents Dennis Bovell: The DuBMASTER

Dennis Bovell joins Colleen 'Cosmo' Murphy to dig deep into his new compilation, 'The DuBMASTER: The Essential Anthology'. 

Classic Album Sundays presents An Evening with Brian Jackson

Tune in to hear Brian's behind the scenes stories on what it's like to work with Gil-Scott Heron and much more.

Classic Album Sundays presents Ziggy Stardust 50, with Producer Ken Scott

Ziggy Stardust producer Ken Scott joins Colleen to discuss the making of the album that shot Bowie into inter-galactic fame.

My Classic Album: Steven Wilson on Kate Bush ‘The Dreaming’

'The Dreaming' is often characterised as her most uncommercial and experimental release, here Steven Wilson explains why it's his favourite!

My Classic Album: Pink Floyd’s Nick Mason on ‘Dark Side of...

How did an album about mental illness, mortality and the need for human empathy stay on the U.S. Billboard Charts for 741 weeks (14 years)?

Album Inspirations: John Harris on Radiohead ‘OK Computer’

OK Computer seamlessly infuses electronic instrumentation into the initial Britrock sound without overwhelming it and the result is a spacey soundscape. OK Computer was the first Radiohead album that truly shocked their fans.

CAS Worldwide: Talking Heads ‘Remain In Light’

Recorded at Compass Point Studios and produced by Brian Eno the album drew on the influence of artists such as Fela Kuti. The album also pushed to dispel notions of the band as a mere vehicle for frontman and songwriter David Byrne.

My Classic Album: Jazzie B on Soul II Soul ‘Club Classics...

Jazzie B revolutionised black British music when he founded the band Soul II Soul. Their debut 1989 album became an international phenomenon; its blend of soul, reggae and funk landing perfectly amid the exploding house music culture of that year.

This Woman’s Work: The Patti Smith Group ‘Horses’

Lenny Kaye and KT Tunstall joins Colleen 'Cosmo' Murphy to explain how the word freedom defines the album through and through: the social and sexual freedom of the era, the artistic freedom born of a city in crisis, and the freedom of rock ’n’ roll.

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