Spinney Records featuring Vashti Bunyan & Memory Band


June 12, 2011

Time: 2:00pm

Spinney is a little place where some forgotten music gets dusted down and sent out into the world again. Folky stuff like two of the most lauded but rarest UK folk albums of the early 70s; Vashti Bunyan’s “Just Another Diamond Day” & Barry Dransfield’s self-titled album from 1972; Wil Malone’s proto-synth R&B soundtrack to the 1972 British horror film “Death Line”; the early recordings of Sheffield’s Artery - the band that made Jarvis Cocker form a group himself. There’s been recent folkier work on the subsidiary Hungry Hill includes music by The Memory Band, Nancy Wallace & Anthony Reynolds.

The Spinney Show will air some more neglected music and will feature live appearances from Vashti Bunyan and the Memory Band amongst others.


Shawn Phillips - Withered Roses
The Moody Blues - Lazy Days
Captain Beefheart - Lazy Music
Harry Nilsson - Me and My Arrow
Gareth Dickson - Two Trains
Alisdair Clayre - Travelling North
Vashti Bunyan - Train Song
Fever Ray - Here Before
Donovan - Happiness Runs
Captain Beefheart - New Electric Ride
Grin - Everybody's Missing the SUn
Neil Young - Til The Morning Comes
Graham Bond - Forbidden Fruit
The Memory Band - Love Is The Law (LIVE)
Fotheringay - The Way I Feel
The Memory Band - When I Was On Horseback (Live)
Sammy Davis Jr - The Candyman
Linton Kwesi Johnson - Inglan Is A Bitch
Etchingham Steam Band - Hard Times Of Old England

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