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'Broadcast One' - Dandelion Radio's 1st compilation album

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Plenty to listen to this month - 23 hours of new shows

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Gareth's August show brings two hours of new music plus a few forgotten classics. In the 1st hour, 'Secret Songs of the Sixties' serves up two obscure Japanese tracks circa 1967, taken from a new 6-CD box set called 'Far East! Far Out!' on the Rubble label. Also from Japan, we have a new track by Mecha Elvis, formerly of Dandlion Radio Festive 50 favourites Astro-B.
Meanwhile there are two brand new recordings by Bubblegum Lemonade and Richard Hughes which come straight off the mixing desk. In fact, they're so new that no actual release dates have even been planned yet! There's also some Balkan surf guitar courtesy of The Baghdaddies plus Matt Tiller salutes the UK's first black footballer; Jack Leslie.
To celebrate the release of his new album 'Employee of the Month' (released August 28th), singer and musician Stephen Evens will be the guest curator of 'Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue' in the 2nd hour. Stephen will be choosing and introducing 4 songs of his choice, including his devotion to Cardiacs. Somewhat spookily, Stephen recorded his section for Gareth's show just the day before Tim Smith sadly passed away.
There's also a competition this month, with a chance for you to win two brand new CDs. Gareth is giving away a signed copy of the debut album by Indie-Folk duo O'Reilly & Vincent, and a copy of the new Stephen Evens album.

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Gareth Jones: Dandelion Radio
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The Baghdaddies - Surf Balk Buy this track
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