Cut Me Some Slack EP70 25th March 2015
00:00
00:00
Embed Code (recommended way)
Embed Code (Iframe alternative)
Please login or signup to use this feature.

There's a good reason why I didn't have this Irish them for St Paddy's Day (ie the week before), but it's still all good.
This week's Cut Me Some Slack features music from Van Morrison, The Riptide Movement, The Divine Comedy, and Hothouse Flowers. A pretty good lineup...
We talk about Van's new 'Duets' album (the song we play 'Just A Man') features Bobby Womack, getting in touch with your inner-hippy. The joys of Van Morrison being a bit surly. unpredictable, and ultimately pretty bloody good. We kick off the show with the track 'Wild Night' from the Tupelo Honey album.
We then move on to feature Dublin's Riptide Movement. A band that were new to me and I liked a few tracks of theirs that I'd listened to beforehand. There's a cool video that accompanies the song 'All Works Out' and apparently they're quite popular in India. Go figure...Only one small complaint - don't dress like you've just walked out of and H&M ad...
If you've never heard of The Divine Comedy then you really should check them out. Neil Hannon tells a great story and 'At The Indie Disco' is a great example. Top tune...
We finish the show with Hothouse Flowers. I think they're somewhere in your record collection between The Waterboys, Crowded House, and World Party
A great show...hope you enjoy it!

Licence : All Rights Reserved


X