Thank you so much Rebsie and Ian Fairholm for your incredible music podcast show – what a joy! I think I am your biggest fan – highly recommend everyone to listen to your music show – I LOVE IT! –
For those seeking Katy Carr tracks find them on 25th Nov Episode 298: The Bird Who Knew Too Much … Songs Mr. TREBUS AND MY BELOVED GENERAL – This should be a Spotify Playlist!
Lovely comments from Rebsie about my music
Wasn’t that fab? That was Katy Carr, who is another artist, who is new to me I’m ashamed to say cuz she has been releasing albums since 2001. I came across her this week in a review in The Guardian. We’re all Guardian reading types around here, don’t you know? And I mentioned her to the epi Gibbon and he reckons he’s got her first couple of albums and that he’s had them for years and years. But as far as I know, he’s never played her on the show. So I thought I would rectify that. She’s got a brand new album that’s just come out. It’s her first in five years. I haven’t got a copy of it yet. I’ve got it on order. So in the meantime, I’m playing that track and another one later in the show, from her previous album Polonia, an album in which she explores her Polish heritage. And according to the sleevenotes it aims to promote the long standing deep friendship between Britain and Poland, one threatened by present political and social prejudices. The track you just heard was called Mr. Trebus. And we’ll be returning to the album later on in the show.
And just prior to that, you heard My Beloved General by Katy Carr from her album Polonia, which came out in 2015. And that too, is available on Bandcamp. But if you want a signed copy of the CD, then you can get that directly from Katy’s website shop. She describes herself as a singer, performer, songwriter, and aviator. She’s also writing a rather nice horse in the cover artwork that I’ve got here. She’s a fabulous songwriter. And her songs often draw upon genuine historic characters, My Beloved General being the story of a Polish war hero who ended up working in a bar in Edinburgh. So you get plenty of interesting stories as well as great music. And as I said earlier, she’s just released a new album called Providence. And hopefully I’ll be able to play something from that on my next guest slot on this show.
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This is the 298th edition of the Epileptic Gibbon podcast music show and the playlist to accompany it. You can CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOADbut note the shows are large files. The show is also available to stream via Mixcloud and the Progzilla Radio Network (the show appears on Progzilla in alternate weeks). Your usual host is taking a bit of a break this time but the show will go on, with regular guest presenter RebsieFairholm kindly standing in for him. She’ll be bringing you her own unique take on Eppy Gibbon music again. The feature album this time is ‘Yew’s Paw’ by William D. Drake. There will be three tracks from that, plus there’s the usual mixture of great & eclectic sounds from bands/acts you know & quite a lot that you won’t. Below you’ll find the track list, plus weblinks from where you can find more information about each artist.
Total running time: 2 hours and 17 minutes. Downloaded file is 125 MB.
1. Flying Over The Caucasus (3:34) – Psychic Equalizer (Taken from the album ‘The Lonely Traveller’; see psychicequalizer.bandcamp.com)
2. I Can’t Conceal (4:18) – Macmaster/Hay (Taken from the album ‘Hook’; see macmasterhay.bandcamp.com)
6. Uncourtly Music (4:25) – Bob Stewart (Taken from the album ‘The Unique Sound of the Psaltery’; see rjstewart.net)
7. Rose Buds in June/Mrs Preston’s Hornpipe (6:45) – The Imagined Village (Taken from the album ‘Empire & Love’; see eccrecords.co.uk )
8. Der Wilde Wassermann (7:02) – Faun (Taken from the album ‘Buch der Balladen’; see faune.de)
9. Spinning Top (2:41) – XTC (Taken from the album ‘White Music’; see www.ape.uk.net)
10. Brandenburg Concerto No.3 in G Major: 2nd movement (2:51) – Wendy Carlos (Taken from the album ‘Switched-On Bach’; see wendycarlos.com)
11. Brandenburg Concerto No.3 in G Major: 3rd movement (5:07) – Wendy Carlos (Taken from the album ‘Switched-On Bach’; see wendycarlos.com)
14. From Cassette… (4:37) – Sundae Club (Taken from the album ‘We Apologise for the Technical Difficulties. In the Meantime, Here’s Some Music’; see sundaeclub.bandcamp.com)
16. The Land’s Alight (6:33) – Fovea Hex (Taken from the EP ‘The Salt Garden III’ see foveahex.bandcamp.com)
18. Statue of Liberty (2:56) – XTC (Taken from the album ‘White Music’; see www.ape.uk.net)
19. Fair is my Love (3:06) – Oracle Hysterical (Taken from the album ‘Passionate Pilgrim’; see oraclehysterical.bandcamp.com)
20. High Tide (4:59) – Emily Portman (Taken from the album ‘Coracle’; see emilyportman.co.uk)
23. Stay With You (3:59) – Macmaster/Hay (Taken from the album ‘Hook’; see macmasterhay.bandcamp.com)
24. Mezuz (6:18) – Psychic Equalizer (Taken from the album ‘The Lonely Traveller’; see psychicequalizer.bandcamp.com)
Thanks to all the musicians who contributed and to all listeners. Send us comments if you like what you hear (or even if you don’t… feedback is so important!). If you want to keep up to date with news about the show, EppyFest, or just chat with other listeners, don’t forget that there’s a Facebook group – just search for the Eppy Gibbon Podcast Show on Facebook and request to join, plus don’t forget that we’re now part of the Progzilla Radio Network. Eppy will be back next time.