Radio Shows

Ordinary (and some not so ordinary!) people sharing and talking about their favorite vinyl

Papa Paul (Legend of Taiwan radio!) discusses ‘The Wild, the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle’ by Bruce Springsteen

Bob Marshall (GM of the Brass Monkey) discusses ‘Wish You Were Here’ by Pink Floyd (and tries desperately not to allude to banned substances!)

Jason David Lowe (Owner of On Tap and other establishments of similar fine repute) discusses ‘The Queen is Dead’ by The Smiths (and brilliantly fends off spurious jibes from the show’s host!)

Dave Reynoldson (Registrar at TES and dishwasher at the Three Lions Bar) discusses ‘Aladdin Sane’ by David Bowie (and tries not to get too teary eyed!)

Jayson Limmer (AKA Wildcat Tex!) discusses ‘Bad Music for Bad People’ by The Cramps (whilst wondering what Taiwan Taxi driver’s will make of it all!)

Denzil Watson (Associate Professor at Sheffield Hallam University, legendary frontman of the legendary band ‘Repo Man’ from the equally legendary Sheffield, lands in Taiwan for a holiday and finds himself on the radio!)

Joe Keithley (Legendary Punk Rocker and founder of D.O.A.) discusses ‘Never Mind The Bollocks Heres The Sex Pistols’ by The Sex Pistols (and why Punk Rock really did originate from the UK!)

Joe Henley (novelist, singer with Stench Of Lust & near-legendary in-flight magazine contributor) chooses Black Sabbath’s eponymous first album

Michael Zuck (dedicated Dead-Head and slightly less-dedicated lawyer) leads us through The Grateful Dead’s Workingman’s Dead

Jeff Stoddard (Leader of Death-Battle-Corpse Metal band, Roughhausen) goes with the obvious choice of Prince’s 1999

Jim Klar (the man who can kill you in 101 ways) tells us all about the fantastic, John Mayall’s Jazz Blues Fusion

Anthony van Dyck (THE man-about-town) surprises all with AC-DC’s Back in Black

Duncan Longden (the man with Taiwan biggest camera land) explains, once the host shuts up!! why A Tribe Called Quest’s Midnight Marauders is his Vinyl Decision

Paul Gouriet (proud purveyor of elevator music) tells us why Night at the Opera by Queen makes his day

Gary Rumney (stalker of the stars) bravely defends Brain Salad Surgery by Emerson, Lake and Palmer

Joe O Brien (Taiwan’s Head Moose) waxes lyrical about Guns ‘n’ Roses’ Appetite For Destruction, and, at times, let’s the host have a word in

Stuart RG Gregg (ex follicle consultant to the rich and famous of Merseyside) explains how Radiohead’s The Bends saved him from a wretched life of EDM

Marcus Aurelius (Party arranger to the stars!) tried to find how many tracks from OutKast’s Stankonia we can actually get away with playing on daytime radio!

Jason Kodie (Canada’s third most-famous accordionist!) is in the studio talking about how influential Paul Simon’s Graceland has been on his life. And gets so excited that he actually whips his organ out on air. Fantastic stuff!

Joel Finnestad (British Councillor and self-confessed Anglophile) bravely defends his choice of Wings Greatest (an oxymoron right there!) Hits

Brandon Thompson (Taiwan’s most cunning linguist!) graces the studio with his presence and tells us of his love for Michael Jackson’s classic, Thriller

Rambling Steve Gardner talks (and he can talk!) about Big Joe Williams and his album, Blues on Highway 49

Musician (like, REAL musician; he was in Prince’s band!), Jett Edwards, discusses Bobby Womack’s classic, The Poet

 

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