Episode 95: Thieves’ Kitchen Interview 2013

February 9, 2013 at 10:30 am (Uncategorized) (, , , , , , , )

This is the 95th edition of the Epileptic Gibbon podcast music show and the playlist to accompany it. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN. You can also listen via Mixcloud here. This is a special edition of the show focusing on an interview with Phil Mercy and Amy Darby of the band Thieves’ Kitchen, largely to celebrate the release of the brand new album by the band, ‘One for sorrow, Two for joy’, which is pretty much the feature album for this show. You’ll also hear a track off the brand new album by Guapo and some tracks chosen by different members of Thieves’ Kitchen. Below you’ll find the track list, plus weblinks to where you can find more information about each artist.

Total running time: 2 hours and 9 minutes. Downloaded file is 117.9 MB.

1. Complex #7 (4:47) – Guapo (Taken from the album History Of The Visitation; see www.guapo.co.uk/ & www.cuneiformrecords.com/bandshtml/guapo.html)

2. Returglas (4:13) – Thieves’ Kitchen (Taken from the album ‘The Water Road’ ; see thieveskitchen.wordpress.com/ & www.facebook.com/thieveskitchen)

Interview with Phil and Amy of Thieves’ Kitchen.

3. Of sparks and spires (12:50) – Thieves’ Kitchen (Taken from the album ‘One for sorrow, Two for joy’; see thieveskitchen.wordpress.com/ & www.facebook.com/thieveskitchen)

4. Harryhausen (3:20) – Candidate (Taken from the album ‘Oxengate’; see www.candidatesite.co.uk/)

5. Playing At Gypsies (5:17) – Telling The Bees (Taken from the album An English Arcanum; see www.tellingthebees.co.uk/, www.cdbaby.com/artist/TellingtheBees & www.facebook.com/tellingthebees)

6. The Weaver (4:33) – Thieves’ Kitchen (Taken from the album ‘One for sorrow, Two for joy’; see thieveskitchen.wordpress.com/ & www.facebook.com/thieveskitchen)

7. May-Fly (3:51) – The Underground Railroad (Taken from the album ‘Through And Through’; see www.theundergroundrailroad.net/index.htm & www.facebook.com/TheUndergroundRailroadBand)

8. Lost In Germany (4:52) – King’s X (Taken from the album ‘King’s X’; see www.kingsxrocks.com/ & www.facebook.com/KingsXFanPage)

9. Beggar’s Blanket (2:56) – Esbjörn Svensson Trio (Taken from the album, ‘Tuesday Wonderland’; see www.est-music.com/)

10. Germander Speedwell (14:33) – Thieves’ Kitchen (Taken from the album ‘One for sorrow, Two for joy’; see thieveskitchen.wordpress.com/ & www.facebook.com/thieveskitchen)

Many thanks to Phil and Amy for coming in to do the interview and for producing such a wonderful album. Please leave a comment if you like what you hear (or even if you don’t… feedback is so important!) or if you want to have your say on anything else connected to this podcast. If you want to keep up to date with news about this podcast, 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. There should be a couple of new shows in March, including a preview of EppyFest, so I hope you’ll come back for those.

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2 Comments

  1. Miner said,

    Great episode! Wasn’t aware of the new TK album, and just love the tracks you played so it’s going on the top of my to-buy list. You can count me among the diehard TK fans; I have all their previous albums, and had the rare privilege of seeing them play live at ProgDay here in the states back in ’02, shortly after Amy had joined the band. Hard to believe that was over 10 years ago!

    • epilepticgibbon said,

      Thanks so much for the kind words! It’s always nice to hear that the show has informed someone about something that interests them enough to buy it, in this case the new TK album. Glad you love the tracks – it is indeed an excellent album and great to hear that it’s gone to the top of your to-buy list. And 10 years ago, eh? Time really does fly. It must be nearly five years since I saw TK play live, now that I think about it. I hope you’ll check out other episodes on the back of this one if you haven’t already. Thanks again for commenting.

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