Sunday, 18 December 2011

Universal Language radio show 18/12: Rob Bright's Alternative Christmas Message

For our final show of the year we had the privilege of being joined down in the basement by Rob Bright. Rob was such a great guest when he visited us earlier this year that we wanted to hand the entire show over to him.

With this in mind and after some hesitation, Rob agreed to do a 'Christmas Special'. So on the last weekend before Christmas Rob arrived (not down the chimney but in Jeff's car) armed with records a laptop loaded with film clips and some of his own M.I.N.S edits and delivered an alternative Christmas Special.

Ladies and gentlemen we bring you Rob Bright's alternative Christmas message:

Bill Fay - Scream In The Ears
Lambchop - Timothy B Schmidt
David Shrigley - Don'ts
Wilco - Art Of Almost
Friends Of Dean Martinez - Cordova
Warren Zevon - Night Time In The Switching Yard
Lilental - Wattwurm
PJ Harvey - The Devil
Dungen - Det Du Tänker Idag Är Du Imorn
Infantjoy - Ghosts
Faust - Jennifer
Deee-Lite - What Is Love (M.I.N.S. edit)
Plaid - Tak 5 John Maus - Believer
The Tubes - What Do You Want from Life?
Frank Zappa - We Are Not Alone
Yo La Tengo - Nuclear War versions 1 & 2 (M.I.N.S. edit)
Iggy Pop - The Endless Sea
Stephen Stills - My Angel
Broadcast - The Book Lovers
David Shrigley - Doctors
Boards Of Canada - Nlogax
Aidan Moffat - Oh! What A Not So Quiet Night Before Christmas
Brian Eno - Bottomliners
Yello - Dr Van Steiner (Instrumental)
Carpenters - Eventide
The Walker Brothers - The Electrician
Eddie Kendricks - Goin Up In Smoke
The Fall - Lucifer Over Lancashire

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3 comments:

  1. Great show - great selection, Id like to hear Rob back again

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  2. Hi Rob, it's a great show and it's always a pleasure to have Rob on. I'm hoping we can make it a regular thing. He's been on with us before so if you fancy a listen it's here.

    http://eightysix-mcr.blogspot.com/2011/04/universal-language-radio-show-1704-with.html

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  3. They don't call him The Guv'nor for nothin'

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