This is the 284th edition of the Epileptic Gibbon podcast music show and the playlist to accompany it. You can CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD but note that 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). This show is filled to the brim with quality music, most of it from 2020, though we do have a few older tracks, including a couple played in tribute to people we have sadly lost this year – including the composer Krzysztof Penderecki, & Dave Greenfield, keyboardist with The Stranglers. And we also have a feature album on this show, ‘Morning Sun’, the 2016 album from Israeli composer, singer & guitarist Gadi Caplan, so you’ll hear three tracks from that. In addition, you can expect the usual eclectic musical mixture. 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 36 minutes. Downloaded file is 142.5 MB.
1. Threatened (3:35) – The Stranglers (Taken from the album ‘Black And White’; see www.thestranglers.co.uk/)
2. Opening Titles (2:03) – Peter Best (Taken from the album ‘Crocodile Dundee Original Soundtrack’; see www.discogs.com/artist/335838-Peter-Best)
4. Promise of Light (5:33) – Paul Mallyon (Not currently available to buy but will be available soon on a forthcoming EP or album; see www.discogs.com/artist/2492482-Paul-Mallyon)
7. Demons (5:23) – Girl Swallows Nightingale (Taken from the album ‘Shapeshifter′; see girlswallowsnightingale.bandcamp.com/album/shapeshifter & www.facebook.com/GirlSwallowsNightingale/)
8. Morning Dance (2:37) – Neil Campbell (Taken from the EP ‘The Forest Dwellers′; see neilcampbell.bandcamp.com/album/the-forest-dwellers & www.neilcampbell.org.uk/)
9. Automatic Air (4:12) – Once And Future Band (Taken from the album ‘Deleted Scenes’; see onceandfutureband.bandcamp.com/album/deleted-scenes & www.facebook.com/OnceAndFutureBand)
11. Harm-O-Lodge (4:44) – Isotope 217 (Taken from the album ‘Who Stole The I Walkman?’; see isotope217.bandcamp.com)
12. I Am a Poor Wayfaring Stranger (4:10) – Jos Slovick (Single available to buy as a digital download; see www.universalpictures.com/movies/1917)
16. Pure And Radiant Joy (4:53) – Tadzio (Taken from the forthcoming album ‘That Cold Grey Light’; see the-tadzio.bandcamp.com/album/that-cold-grey-light & www.facebook.com/tadzioband/)
18. My Kingdom For a Horse (4:26) – Army of Moths (Taken from the ‘My Kingdom For a Horse’ EP; see armyofmoths.bandcamp.com/album/my-kingdom-for-a-horse-ep & armyofmoths.com/)
19. The House You Built For Us (3:35) – Tribes of Europe & Barbara Stretch (Single available to buy via tribesofeurope.bandcamp.com/track/the-house-you-built-for-us; see also soundcloud.com/tribes-of-europe)
21. Four, Two, Eight (3:53) – Sundae Club (Taken from the EP ‘We Apologise for the Technical Difficulties. In the Meantime, Here’s Some Music.’; see sundaeclub.bandcamp.com/album/we-apologise-for-the-technical-difficulties-in-the-meantime-heres-some-music)
23. A Tonic For The Snoring (Original Demo) (4:14) – Sanguine Hum (Taken from the album ‘Archive Vol.1’; see sanguinehum.bandcamp.com/album/archive-vol-1, www.sanguinehum.com, & www.facebook.com/SanguineHum/)
25. See (5:55) – Wood River (Taken from the album ‘More Than I Can See’; see woodrivermusic.bandcamp.com/album/more-than-i-can-see & www.facebook.com/woodriverband/)
27. Acorns (2:00) – Neil Campbell (Taken from the EP ‘The Forest Dwellers′; see neilcampbell.bandcamp.com/album/the-forest-dwellers & www.neilcampbell.org.uk/)
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. Next time, I’ll be back with a return to my review of some of the ‘best of the rest’ of 2019 music, so I hope you’ll come back for that.