Thank you so much to Ian and Rebsie at the Eppy Gibbon Radio show on Prozilla radio for playing HERO TO ZERO and MIRACLE ON THE VISTULA from from my album Providence
Link to show below :
HERO TO ZERO is played at 11mins in until 16mins
MIRACLE ON THE VISTULA is played at 1hour 23 mins into the show
This is what Rebsie said about my music ,
On the last show that I presented I promised that next time I would play a couple of tracks from the new album by Katy Carr, and that’s the first often that we’re going to be playing on this show, from her new album Providence, which came out at the end of October 2020, all of her albums have their own unique identity, I think it’s fair to say and this one is very upfront and direct and dominated by voice since cello is her first album in five years. And it’s also the third instalment of a trilogy of albums, drawing on Polish themes, primarily relating to the Polish experience of World War Two. And the track you just heard was the Orwell inspired hero to zero. I’m going to be playing another track from Providence later on. Also on a future show. I’m going to be interviewing Katy, and there are so many interesting stories in her songs. We’re really looking forward to talking to her. So we’re definitely going to set it up this year. And in the middle of that set.
‘we’re going to have another track from the wonderful Anglo Polish artists Katy Carr, her new album Providence came out just a few months ago. And I’m gonna play a track from here called Miracle on the Vistula song, inspired by a significant event in the Polish Soviet war in 1920. And the Vistula is a major river in Poland. It’s very culturally important. It’s got a lot of folklore associated with it, even got its own dragon. And if you like what you’ve heard of Katy’s new album on this show, you can get it on her website. If you buy any of her albums from the website, she will sign it for you. With a lovely personal message. She is a really lovely friendly person and. She really looks after her fans CDs are not your thing. You can get all of the albums, as downloads from band camp………….’
This is the 302nd 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. There’s no feature album as such this time; instead we’re featuring artists from the independent label Clay Pipe Music. There will be four artists from their catalogue: Gilroy Mere, Tyneham House, Vic Mars and Plinth, 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 12 minutes. Downloaded file is 120 MB.
5. Shade (3:46) – Wax Machine (Taken from the album ‘Earthsong of Silence’; see waxmachine.bandcamp.com & waxmachinebbib.bandcamp.com/album/earthsong-of-silence)
6. Lonely Soul (6:42)– Psychic Equalizer (Taken from the album ‘The Sixth Extinction’; see psychicequalizer.bandcamp.com)
7. Blackthorn Winter (6:32) – Sproatly Smith (Taken from the album ‘The Minstrel’s Grave’; see sproatlysmith.bandcamp.com)
9. You Were There (4:41) – Fovea Hex (Taken from the EP ‘The Salt Garden II’ see foveahex.bandcamp.com)
13. We Are the Dead (4:59) – David Bowie (Taken from the album ‘Diamond Dogs’; see davidbowie.com)
14. Andy Warhol (3:57) – David Bowie (Taken from the album ‘Hunky Dory’; see davidbowie.com)
19. Truth (4:16) – Wax Machine (Taken from the album ‘Earthsong of Silence’; see waxmachine.bandcamp.com & waxmachinebbib.bandcamp.com/album/earthsong-of-silence)
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, beginning his countdown of his favourite albums of 2020.