Saturday, May 26, 2007

Weekend Playlists 26 / 27 May 2007

Ah, and another Bank Holiday looms. How many do we need ?!!!
It's been a funny old week, from giving lifesaving treatment to pets (hey it worked !) to processing some t-shirt orders (cool !) to pretending to improve the studio quality even more, by tweaking a few buttons, standing back, smiling, and saying 'yeah, that's great'.
We do live in a fantasy world.
It's great !
Ok, so on to business...
Two shows as ever, around the world, this weekend.
On Saturday evening, 21.00 hours (UK time), it's the return of Richard Bismarck.
Then, Sunday at 20.00, it's Johnny Reece. Both into the ether and possibly your ears wherever you are, via Or, Sky 0195 if you are partial to that, across Europe.
What are we going to hear ?
Here goes...

Richard Bismarck, 21.00 Saturday, :

Tap Turns On The Water - CCS
Where's Me Jumper? - Sultans Of Ping
We Used To Vacation - Cold War Kids
Backwater - Brian Eno
I Scare Myself - Thomas Dolby
Heartbreaker (At The End Of Lonely Street) - Dread Zepplin
Jacqueline - Franz Ferdinand
Once I Had A Sweetheart - Pentangle
Sodium Light Baby - The The
The Pond And The Stream - Fotheringay
Secret Garden - T'Pau
Easy Does It - Supertramp
Strong Enough - Sheryl Crow
Diamond Dogs - David Bowie
Geht Ausseinander - Wir Sind Helden
Push It - Garbage
Two Years More - Bloc Party
Thin Line - Ezio
Adelaide - Thomas Dybahl
Lets Make Love And Listen Death From Above - CSS
Too Much In Your Life - Delays
In Context - Field Music
Magic Man - Heart
Really Glad You Came - Ian Dury
The Voice - Alan Parsons Project
The Minotaur's Song - Incredible String Band
(Whats So Funny 'bout) Peace, Love & Understanding - Brinsley Schwarz

Johnny Reece, Sunday 20.00, :

The Troggs - From Home
The Beatles - Ticket To Ride
Amy Arena - Excuse Me
The Pearlfishers - An Ordinary Day Out In The Suburbs
The Atlantics - Come On
John Martyn - Some People Are Crazy
Nut - Crazy
Matthew Sweet - Tonight We Ride
Western Electric System - Shot Down
Edwyn Collins - Johnny Teardrop
Winston's Fumbs - Real Crazy Apartment
Elvis Costello and Burt Bacharach - Such Unlikely Lovers
MCDJ-JR - The Search For Charlotte
Roxy Music - Sentimental Fool
Burning Love Jumpsuit - The Ruin Song
Telepopmusik - Don't Look Back
Scott Walker - Rosemary
The Boots - But You'll Never Do It Babe
The Waterboys - Strange Arrangement
Chuck Berry - Diploma For Two
I Monster - Daydream In Blue
Chris Morris - Club News
Slovo feat. Emiliana Torrini - Weebles Fall
Martin Denny - Sake Rock
Murry The Hump - Kebab Or Shag ?
Tom Baxter - Almost There (Demo)
REM - At My Most Beautiful

All the news, gossip, more, less, and left over pieces of breakfast will be found here on our official Blog, or possibly on our official MySpace, at

Whatever you end up doing, do have a great weekend !

Steve Lloyd PR The Album Zone
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Friday, May 18, 2007

The Goldfish Whisperer

Hey Zoneheads !
The weekend crashes in upon us once again. We're hoping for a quiet one, as myself, Mr Reece, and the right honorable Blubber the Wonder Goldfish will settle down on Saturday afternoon to watch the Cup Final. No need, I guess, to tell you where our allegiances lie. After that, it's one eye, no, hang on, both ears, on the Album Zone programmes being broadcast this weekend.
As ever, RTI is the place, Sky Satellite too, 9pm UK time on Saturday night for Pixie, and 8pm on Sunday night for Johnny Reece.
What's in store for us ? Here goes...

Pixie ! Saturday 19th May 2007 21.00 hours (UK time)
Also broadcast on Sky channel 0195

Tim Armstrong - Into Action
Johnossi - Man Must Dance
Jesse Malin - Questioningly
Desmond Decker - Jeserene
Tiger Army - Annabel Lee
Belle & Sebastian - Asleep On A Sunbeam
The Vibrators - Baby Baby
Juvelen - Watch Your Step
Edith Piaf - La Vie En Rose
Lagwagon - Dancing The Collapse
The Concretes - Kids
Hanoi Rocks - Cheyenne
Universal Poplab - We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful
Nada Surf - If You Leave
Sahara Hotnights - Cheek To Cheek
Johnny Thunders - Hurt Me
The Killers - Sam's Town
Darcy Clay - Jolene
The Who - Baba O'Riley
Oasis - Sunday Morning Call
The Adicts - Chinese Takeaway
Jason Mraz - I'm Yours
The Clash - Pressure Drop
Killerchaps - She Is A Little Pistol
The Pipettes - Judy
Franky Lee - Be Real
Babyshambles - Sedative
Tiger Army - In The Orchard
Jesus And Mary chain - Almost Gold
Johnny And The Self Abusers - Saints And Sinners
Yann Tiersen - Comptine D'Un Autre Ete
The Plan - Let's Leave


Johnny Reece Show
Sunday 20th May 2007, and Sky 0195
20.00 hours (UK time)

New Radicals - You Get What You Give
Leona Naess - I Tried To Rock You But You Only Roll
Tomorrow - My White Bicycle
New Order - Ruined In A Day
Cat Stevens - Sad Lisa
Mushi - Dead Man Walking
Lovage feat. Jennifer Charles - To Catch A Thief
Neil Young & Crazy Horse - Farmer John
Anti-Flag - She's My Little Go-Go Dancer
Sparks - Rock, Rock, Rock
Beautiful People - If 60s Was 90s
Jason Mraz - I'm Yours
Interpol - The Heimlich Manouvre
Robbie Robertson & The Red Road Ensemble - The Vanishing Breed
Marc Bolan - Mustang Ford (1981 Mix)
Linda McCartney - The White Coated Man
A Raincoat - I Love You For Your Mind (Not Your Body)
Matthew Sweet - Push The Feelings
Emiliana Torrini - Nothing Brings Me Down
The Liverpool Scene - I've Got Those Fleetwood Mac, Chicken Shack, John Mayall, Can't Fail, Blues
Fox - Imagine Me, Imagine You
Placebo - Pure Morning
The Kinks - David Watts
Burton Cummings - You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet
Roxy Music - Editions Of You
The Beatles - Sexy Sadie
Leonard Nimoy - Highly Illogical


Have a great weekend everyone, and thanks, as ever, for your support.
And buy an Album Zone T-Shirt !!!

Steve Lloyd PR The Album Zone

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Saturday, May 12, 2007

Schedules Playlists and Tea

Hello all,
the weekend hits us again, in a very rainy London town. It's been a quiet week, no rushing around, except a slight panic when AZ Towers, briefly, ran out of tea.
This should not happen. The elixir of life, you know.
Programme wise, Andy Miles and Johnny Reece step up, for our worldwide broadcasts via RTI this weekend, on
Saturday evening, just after 21.00 hours, it's Andy, whilst Johnny is on air in his usual slot, just after 20.00 hours, Sunday. That's the UK timezone, folks.
As you will know, we also broadcast around the globe via Radio Seagull, on Wednesday evenings, 6 hours (3 shows back to back) to keep you occupied. The URL for these, is simply They kick off at 18.00 hours.
Today, below, I also have the upfront schedules for these.

In weeks to come, we'll have Rich Phoenix back again, and, we hope, Cupcake, for her 2nd show for AZ. She's been a busy girl, work wise, but we're hoping to have her back with us sometime in June.
So, off we go, with the playlists for this weekend, followed by advance schedules for Radio Seagull :
Andy Miles Show : 21.00 Saturday, :

Cozy Powell - Na Na Na Na
Manfred Mann's Earthband - California
The Jayhawks - Life Floats By
Hoodoo Gurus - Like A Wipe-out
The Who - Little Billy
Bob Dylan - The Changing Of The Guards
Van Halen - Dance The Night Away
Type O Negitive - Dead Again
Ozzy Osbourne - No Easy Way Out
Pearl Jam - Army Reserve
Velvet Revolver - Fall To Pieces
Led Zeppelin In The Light
Spinal Tap - Stonehenge
Melanie - Lay Lady Lay
Black Label Society - The Last Goodbye
The Firm - You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling
Chris Robinson - Like A Tumbleweed In Eden
The Rolling Stones - New Faces
The Steve Miller Band - Space Cowboy
Guns n' Roses - Rocket Queen
The Jackson Analogue - Come On
Alanis Morissette - Joining You
The Answer - Come Follow Me


Johnny Reece Show, 20.00 Sunday, :

Faith No More - We Care A Lot
The Bevis Frond - Freedom Falling
The Byrds - Dolphins Smile
XTC - In Another Life
David Wrench - Superhorny
Alessi Bros. - Seabird
Jefferson Airplane - Somebody To Love
David Bowie - Wild Is The Wind
Chris Spedding - Jump In My Car
The Beatles - Yes It Is
Cowboy Junkies - Run For Your Life
Manic Street Preachers - Motorcycle Rider
Elvis Costello & The Attractions - New Amsterdam
Roxy Music - All I Want Is You
REM - Sweetness Follows
Redskins - Bring It Down (This Insane Thing)
Leonard Cohen - First We Take Manhattan
Lloyd Cole - What Do You Know About Love ?
France Gall - Ella Elle L'a
Napalm Death - Understanding
The Green Pajamas - The Elusive Dr. D
Depeche Mode - Somebody
Chinese Folk Music - Song Of Gusu
Ezio - Braver Than You Are ('Live')
Tom Waits - Christmas Card From A Hooker In Minneapolis
Shag - Loop Di Love


Radio Seagull :
Wednesdays - Album Zone Shows
18.00 - 00.00 hours :

16 May : Richard Bismarck, Pixie !, Johnny Reece
23 May : Gil Legine, Richard Bismarck, Johnny Reece
30 May : Pixie !, Gil Legine, Johnny Reece
June Schedules for AZ via Radio Seagull to follow shortly...
And that's about it !
Whoever you are, wherever you are, have a fine and safe weekend.
Steve Lloyd PR The Album Zone
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Friday, May 04, 2007

Expect The Unexpected

Hi Zoneheads,
it's one of those weekends where we say 'expect the unexpected', in a musical sense, with the Saturday and Sunday programming slots occupied by Barry De Foyle, and Johnny Reece, respectively.
Saturday and Sunday evenings - that's the name of the game - BDF on Saturday evening, 21.00 hours, and JR at 20.00 hours on Sunday.
Worldwide ? Oh, but of course ! All there for your ears, via, wherever you are. And those are UK times, by the way.
Those across Europe with Sky Satellite can pick and choose too, as the programmes also go out at the same time, on Sky Channel 0195.
This week has been a little 'technical', shall we say, moving things forward so as to enable various presenters of ours, wherever on the planet they may be, to directly transfer their shows into us here at AZ Towers, PC to PC. Ah, technology. It's great when it works.
We also now have the full programme schedules for May 2007 at our disposal - including not only Saturdays and Sundays via RTI, but our marathon Wednesday night 6 hour stints (3 programmes, back to back) via Radio Seagull and Radio Waddenzee, in the Netherlands.
I will post the full May 2007 details right here, on Wednesday.
On to this weekend then, and will your ears cope ?
You'll soon find out - here's the playlists... :
Barry De Foyle Show : 21.00 hours (UK time) Saturday 5th May 2007
The Arcade Fire - No Cars Go
Bif Naked - Everything
Judie Tzuke - Love On The Border
Melanie C - Beautiful Intentions
Foo Fighters - Cold Day In the Sun
Rachid Taha - Foqt Foqt
Merril Bainbridge - Being Boring
Elektric Music - TV
Pavlov’s Dog - All Night
Andy Mackay - Walking the Whippet
Melissa Auf Der Maur - I’ll Be Anything You Want
Fury In The Slaughterhouse - Won’t Forget These Days
Goldfrapp - Ride A White Horse
World Of Leather - Future Ex-Pop Star
Roxy Music - Do The Strand
Icehouse - Really Good Time
Pavement - … And Carrot Rope
Pierre Vervloesem - Holiday Out
Top Cat (underscore) - Hoyt Curtin
Magna Carta - Summer Poem–Ring Of Stones
Isao Tomita - Passepied
Gordon Giltrap - Catwalk Blues (live)
Ursula Burns - Alcoholic Monster
Decameron - Rock And Roll Woman
The Yoshida Brothers - Tsugaru Jinku
Pink Floyd - Wot’s … Uh The Deal
Nina Simone - I Put A Spell On You
The Pretty Things - Dream/Joey
Johnny Reece Show : 20.00 hours (UK time) Sunday 6th May 2007
The Beatles - She's A Woman
Lee Hazelwood and Nancy Sinatra - Some Velvet Morning
T.A.T.U. - Stars
The Bevis Frond - Well Out Of It
The Cure - Maybe Someday
The Bird And The Bee - Preparedness
Rick and Sandy - Lost My Girl
Bryan Ferry - Day For Night
Jeannie and The Big Guys - I Want You
Yusuf Islam - Heaven / Where True Love Goes
Lloyd Cole - Love You So What
Elvis Costello - When I Was Cruel No. 2
Tom Waits - Shore Leave
Tom Waits - Johnsburg, Illinois
Gary Numan - My Jesus
Keith West - Excerpt From A Teenage Opera
The Hush Sound - We Intertwined
Tyrannosaurus Rex - Stacey Grove
David McWilliams - Days Of Pearly Spencer
Tarmac - C'est Moments La
Ramones - Pinhead
Hee Bee Gee Bees - Meaningless Songs
Chocolate Watch Band - Let's Talk About Girls
David Bowie - Blue Jean
White Stripes - Icky Thump
Sandie Shaw - Girl Don't Come
The Mystery Trend - Johnny Was A Good Boy
Maurice Chevalier and Hermione Gingold - I Remember It Well
Thanks everyone, as ever, for your support.
Steve Lloyd PR The Album Zone
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