Saturday, September 29, 2007

An International Flavour

Hi all,
bit of an International flavour going on with our Programming over the next fortnight.
Scots, Swedish Pixies, English Punky girls, New Danes, Northern Irish Progheads, Americans, ah, you name it, they will be appearing in various places.
Firstly, I must mention how great it was to see the Punklicious Zoe once again, who was here at AZ Towers a couple of days ago, and recorded a brand new show.
From the Schedules I posted just last week, you'll see where and when she's around, but, as ever, we'll put it on our Pod first so you can hear her return to AZ action, exclusively.
You know the place :
Zoe's show will be there, as from later today, Saturday. Tune in !
In the last week or so, more new shows have arrived, all demanding your attention.
Following his summer sabbatical, the Danish cool one, The Gilster, has his brand new Programme up too, exclusively on our Pod, first. Same goes for our Northern Irish Mr Progman, Barry De Foyle. Those shows are there right now, along with the return of Richard Bismarck, an excellent show as ever, this time decorated with occasional tales of his trip to France, in recent times.
Incidentally, Mr Bismarck also appears tonight, 21.00 hours, Saturday, via, and Sky Satellite 0195, and his playlist is published for you below.
From tomorrow, it's the Scotsmans turn, as the Johnny Reece Show appears on the Pod, directly appearing after being broadcast at 20.00 via, and Sky 0195. That's tomorrow evening, folks.
Lots of newies promised by the Scotsman on this occasion, with some new finds he describes as 'brilliant' (well he would, wouldn't he ?), such as Erin Lang, Sufjan Stevens, and more. Also included, a rare original from Gloria Jones, an ultra rare REM 'live' track, and the odd bit of Synth, Pop, and Goth thrown in for good measure.
Oh yes, and he had another bizarre dream. You'll hear it all !
Following on from all the above mayhem, the following week sees the return of Pixie ! to the fore. Her new Programme is first broadcast on the radio waves of Radio Seagull, on the 9th of October, but we'll put it exclusively on our Pod first for you. Be patient !
Also, our man in NJ, Rich Phoenix, returns at the same time. Expect both Pixie and Rich to be appearing on our Pod next weekend, and oh, I'll be reminding you...
Ah, carpentry. Remember that ? Well, just a little has been done, certainly not the full monty which we expected, but that was due to work coming first here at AZ Towers, more than anything else. Now, some of it is delayed just a little further, as news of a super-duper all powerful new PC to add to our studio armour will be arriving this very afternoon, courtesy of Andy Miles, who travels up from the leafy glades. So, it's all go !
Now as promised, the playlist for the Richard Bismarck Show, tonight :
Porquoi Un Pyjama - Régine
Joe Le Taxi - Vanessa Paradis
Back In The USSR - The Beatles
Je M'Appelle Jane - Jane Birkin en duo avec Mickey (3D)
The Trick Is To Keep Breathing - Garbage
Mina Loy (MOH) - Billy Corgan
Back On The Street - Utopia
Hang Me Up To Dry - Cold War Kids
Who Are You, Defenders Of The Universe? - The Dears
Sailor & Widow - Keren Ann
Hope You Like The New Me - Richard Thompson
Kid - The Pretenders
I Feel Better Than James Brown - Was (Not Was)
Fingertips - Emiliana Torrini
Supply & Demand - The Hives
All Ablaze - Ian Brown
Planet Earth - Prince
Alpha Beta Gaga - Air
Complaints - Sparks
Manuscript - Al Stewart
We Love You - Rolling Stones
She's Got Everything - Kinks
Everything I Cannot See - Charlotte Gainsbourg
Raised On Robbery - Joni Mitchell
Sleeping Beauty - Lene Lovich
Suite: Judy Blue Eyes - Crosby, Stills & Nash
The Hedgehog's Song - Incredible String Band
Down The Dustpipe - Status Quo
Keep an eye on that Pod, won't you - it's ever changing these days !
Thanks, as ever, for your support.
Steve Lloyd PR The Album Zone
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Saturday, September 22, 2007

Uploading, and Schedules. Oh, and Carpentry.

'Bon Weekend', as they say, somewhere else.
It's been quite a week at AZ Towers. From one extreme to the other, with no new shows left in the can and panic ensuing, to emergency emails going out asking for Shows, and then swathes of newies coming in.
Suddenly, gladly, we're drowning in new Programmes. It's just what we needed, as none of the planned changes could be done at AZ Towers without having a back-up of Shows, as the main Studio would be down for a week or so, whilst the work was done.
All of that can be started now.
So, a few days of uploading, ftp'ing, transferring, you name it, sometimes 24/7, has been happening.
Now, below, you can see the fruition of that, with Schedules upfront for our outlets, and some new Programmes on our Pod, too, with more to come.
We've had all that, together with (occasional) upside down fish (long story, but he'll be fine), a continuation of niggling shoulder injuries, and perhaps the strangest, a great deal of carpentry to come, sawing and measuring, for a remade studio plinth, by people (who shall remain nameless) with no carpentry skills whatsoever.
Where's that Legine bloke when you need him ? He could build a house from a twig, we'll have you know.
So, it should be rather comical here. Let's hope, not too comical. We know what we want by the end of it, it's just the 'getting there' that might be a problem. However, we've a week to do it. Wish us luck !
There are a whole load of emails going out over the next few days, full of all the questions we have been asked by listeners, directed at our AZ stalwarts. When the replies come in, they will be answered here, although a great deal of them will be answered within the Programmes themselves. You have been warned !
Oh, and keep those questions coming.
I'm very happy to tell you, that 2 Presenters will be returning to The Album Zone.
Zoe Street, and Nick Saloman, will both be presenting new Programmes for us, in the forthcoming weeks.
Nice to have you back !
As for our Pod, we have 2 brand new Shows for you, already uploaded and straining at the leash to jump into your earlobes. Richard Bismarck and Barry De Foyle, are the culprits. Check them out !
By tomorrow evening, Sunday, these will be joined on our Pod by newies from Gil Legine, and Johnny Reece.
To this weekends Programming, and tonight, we are 'righting a wrong', which occured 3 weeks ago, on September 1st, when RTI had more than a few technical problems, in airing the whole of the Barry De Foyle Show. So, this is repeated tonight - hopefully this time, all of it !
It's via, and also on Satellite, on Sky channel 0195, at 9pm UK time.
Tomorrow, Sunday, at 8pm, same frequencies as above, Johnny Reece is back in the chair, in his usual weekly slot. It was a last minute rush to get this one done, in between all the uploading going on, that Johnny ended up having to record it close to the middle of the night. We are assured though, no yawning or extended 25 minute tracks for coffee breaks, are included. Or, so he claims !
To the Upfront Schedules, at last - here goes ! :
Programmes via, and Sky Satellite 0195 :
Sat 29 Sept, 21.00 : Richard Bismarck
Sun 30 Sept, 20.00 : Johnny Reece
Sat 6 Oct, 21.00 : Barry De Foyle
Sun 7 Oct, 20.00 : Johnny Reece
Sat 13 Oct, 21.00 : Gil Legine
Sun 14 Oct, 20.00 : Johnny Reece
Sat 20 Oct, 21.00 : Pixie !
Sun 21 Oct, 20.00 : Johnny Reece
Sat 27 Oct, 21.00 : Rich Phoenix
Sun 28 Oct, 20.00 : Johnny Reece
Sat 3 Nov, 21.00 : Barry De Foyle
Sun 4 Nov, 20.00 : Johnny Reece
Sat 10 Nov, 21.00 : Zoe Street
Sun 11 Nov, 20.00 : Johnny Reece
Sat 17 Nov, 21.00 : Nick Saloman
Sun 18 Nov, 20.00 : Johnny Reece
Sat 24 Nov, 21.00 : Andy Miles
Sun 25 Nov, 20.00 : Johnny Reece
Programmes via Radio Seagull, :
Mon 24 Sep, 18.00 : Johnny Reece (repeated 28 Sep, 02.00)
Tue 25 Sep, 18.00 : Barry De Foyle (repeated 29 Sep, 02.00)
Wed 26 Sep, 18.00 : Johnny Reece - Bolan Special (repeated 30 Sep, 02.00)
Mon 1 Oct, 18.00 : Johnny Reece (repeated 5 Oct, 02.00)
Tue 2 Oct, 18.00 : Gil Legine (repeated 6 Oct, 02.00)
Wed 3 Oct, 18.00 : Richard Bismarck (repeated 7 Oct, 02.00)
Mon 8 Oct, 18.00 : Johnny Reece (repeated 12 Oct, 02.00)
Tue 9 Oct, 18.00 : Pixie ! (repeated 13 Oct, 02.00)
Wed 10 Oct, 18.00 : Rich Phoenix (repeated 14 Oct, 02.00)
Mon 15 Oct, 18.00 : Johnny Reece (repeated 19 Oct, 02.00)
Tue 16 Oct, 18.00 : Zoe Street (repeated 20 Oct, 02.00)
Wed 17 Oct, 18.00 : Nick Saloman (repeated 21 Oct, 02.00)
Mon 22 Oct, 18.00 : Johnny Reece (repeated 26 Oct, 02.00)
Tue 23 Oct, 18.00 : Andy Miles (repeated 27 Oct, 02.00)
Wed 24 Oct, 18.00 : Barry De Foyle (repeated 28 Oct, 02.00)
Whew !
That just about covers it.
Just enough time to wish you all a great weekend.
Thanks, as ever, for your support, it is greatly appreciated.
Steve Lloyd PR The Album Zone
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Friday, September 14, 2007

Reecey on Bolan, and the Gilster returns

Greetings, Zoneheads !
Up and running with the Shows this weekend, and here are the details.
As many musos will know, Sunday is the 30th Anniversary of the death of Marc Bolan. As members of the Zone fraternity will know, our Mr Reece was a bit of a fan. The Scotsmans show this weekend takes this into account, with each alternate track of the programme featuring the man himself. But, with a difference (naturally !).
As Mr Reece always said, it's unfortunate that Bolan was known mainly just for those reams of hit singles, when in fact, most of his music was far, far removed from that style. This is proved, on Sundays Johnny Reece Show.
Do tune in, if you can. The Bolan material in particular, will surprise you.
You'll find it at 20.00 hours (UK time) whistling around the world, via
At the same time too, on Sky 0195.
For Seagull listeners ( it's on Monday evening at 18.00, and Friday at 02.00.
That's all UK time by the way, and from Sunday evening it will also be on our Pod.
The Bolan mix is augmented by some goodies from 2007 right back to the 1920s, we'll have you know !
Gil Legine steps up to the plate too, on Saturday evening via RTI, at 21.00 hours. This show is already on our Pod, so if you want to nip along before then, it's there for your delectation.
To add to our weekend shows on RTI, remember we are also broadcast via Radio Seagull, 6 times per week, at 18.00 hours on Mon, Tue, Wed, these being repeated at 02.00 on Fri, Sat, and Sun.
Respectively, those slots are filled this week by Johnny Reece, Richard Bismarck, and Barry De Foyle.
Thank you for the questions - keep them coming !
More will be answered during this coming week.
Want to know anything ?
Ask away...
This time - it's Playlists upfront time, so here goes, starting with Reecey's Bolan special, first broadcast this coming Sunday at 20.00 hours, via :

Johnny Reece Show
Sunday 16th September 2007 :
T.Rex - There Was A Time / Raw Ramp / Electric Boogie
R.E.M - At My Most Beautiful
Marc Bolan - The Third Degree
Death Cab For Cutie - Marching Bands Of Manhattan
T.Rex - By The Light Of A Magical Moon
Janis Martin - Drugstore Rock n' Roll
T.Rex - Life's An Elevator
Nirvana - Rainbow Chaser
John's Children - Midsummer Nights Scene
Pop Levi - (A Style Called) Cryin' Chic
Tyrannosaurus Rex - Chariots Of Silk
Bryan Ferry - Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever
T.Rex - Pain And Love
The Royalettes - Yes, I'm Ready
T.Rex - Change
Ezio - 30 And Confused
Marc Bolan - Beyond The Risin' Sun
Pink Anderson - C. C. and O. Blues
T.Rex - Broken Hearted Blues
Blind Boy Fuller and Floyd Council - If You Don't Give Me What I Want
Marc Bolan - Hippy Gumbo
Pink Floyd - Pow R. Toc H.
T.Rex - Ballrooms Of Mars
Pamela Blue - My Friend Bobby
Tyrannosaurus Rex - Child Star
Gil Legine Show
Saturday 15th September 2007 :
Cardiacs – Burn Your House Brown
Stevie Wonder – Contusion
Vivian Stanshall – Possibly An Armchair & Fresh Faced Boys
The Tubes – Up From The Deep
Q.O.T.S.A. – Suture Up Your Future
Van der Graff Generator – Darkness (11/11)
Capt. Beefheart and The Magic Band – Ice Cream For Crow
Patti Smith – Smells Like Teen Spirit
Genesis – Carpet Crawlers
The Police – Hole In My Life
Eno – Needles In The Camels Eye
Frank Zappa – Son Of Mr. Green Genes
Rufus Wainwright – Slideshow
Buckingham Nicks – Crying In The Night
Tori Amos – Body and Soul
Yes – Starship Trooper:
a) Life Seeker
b) Disillusion
c) Würm
Nine Horses – Get The Hell Out
Tom Waits – Untitled
Jimi Hendrix Experience – Manic Depression
Pink Floyd – Wish You Were Here
And there you have it.
Enjoy your weekend, wherever you are.
I'm back midweek, with some of those answers, and some Schedule updates.
Thanks, as ever, for your support.
Steve Lloyd PR The Album Zone
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Friday, September 07, 2007

Weekend Playlist, and those questions !

Hello all, and here we go, into another weekend.
First things first, and thanks for the questions so far. Just as we wanted, some directed at certain presenters, others designed 'for all'.
I can see there will be a lot of emails flying back and forth over all this, as the AZ Personnel are rather spread around, geographically. However, I've taken the easy way out to start it all off, for obvious reasons, as the 2 people here at AZ Towers this week, were myself, and Mr Reece.
So, Johnny had 3 opening questions fired at him, from different sources, which he has answered (in a very long winded way !) below.
Thank you for the questions, and keep them coming !
Either to, or directly via our MySpace page.
Playlist first though, as the Andy Miles Show hits the airwaves this weekend, via, and Sky 0195, on Saturday evening, at 21.00 hours, UK time.
Here's the Playlist :
Rush - Armor And Sword
Kasabian - Test Transmission
Grand Funk - Mean Mistreater (live)
Glenn Hughes - Switch The Mojo
Stone Sour - ZZYZX Road
The Jackson Analogue - Come On
Weezer - American Gigolo
The Who - I've Had Enough
Ratt - You're In Love
Doll And The Kicks - Just Sixteen
Buffalo Springfield - For What It's Worth
Velvet Revolver - Quick Machines
Bob Dylan - Baby Stop Crying
The Wildhearts - Inner City Overture
The Rolling Stones - Dandelion
Black Label Society - New Religion
Bread - Trunckin'
Led Zeppelin - The Song Remains The Same
The Beatles - Dizzy Miss Lizzy (live)
Spinal Tap - Rock And Roll Creation
Robin Trower - Day Of The Eagle (live)
Cate LeBonn - No One Can Drag Me Down
Steppenwolf - Snowblind Friend
Rush - The Way The Wind Blows
Nine Black Alps - Not Everyone
Free - Sweet Tooth

As ever, the Johnny Reece Show airs on Sundays, same frequencies, 20.00 hours.
Please note - there is no new Johnny Reece Show this week. A repeat of the 13th August show is being aired, one of the 'A to Z' specials.
Johnny will return with a new show next week.
Ok, Questions and answers !
This time, answered by Johnny Reece.
Here goes :

Fawn, from Chicago, asks :
In your career with the Album Zone and the thousands of songs that you've played have you ever played anything that changed a listeners life?

Oh, my. You know, I would really love to say yes. But would that be true ? I'd love it if someone would write in and tell me that it is. I think so, I hope so. There's no bigger compliment, is there ? Over the years I've had plenty of contacts where people have commented on how something made them feel, or how they were reminded of something personal to them, or, just that they were stunned at the beauty or feeling of a certain song that they had never heard before.
Does that count ? I hope it does. It's such a nice thought. I've done 'secret' dedications before to people, where only they would know it was for them, which means something I suppose. That's so sneaky !

Marenka, from Bratislava, asks :
I've listened for about a year now, and you steer away, far away from anything in the news no matter how big the story, on a world scale. Why ?

Because we are not news journalists, and we are not a news station. The whole world is saturated 24/7 with news, whether it is the Internet, TV, Satellite, Radio, whatever. Anyone can see or hear news from literally thousands of sources, absolutely anytime they want. It's not our thing, and it certainly isn't our area of expertise.
Let me put it this way - if I want news, I'll tune in to the news. Simple as that.
No, we're quite happy with the way we do it, and I wouldn't have it any other way. We play records. Perhaps we're escaping from reality by doing that, which is fine.

Steve, from Weybridge, Surrey, asks :
Question for Mr Reece to make you cringe ! I've heard you on various stations over a number of years, with different formats, different staff, and colleagues, over the past 15 years or so. Who did you enjoy working with, and why ? And what shows are/were your favourites ?

Great, a question to put me in trouble with anyone that I don't mention !
Ok, but bear in mind this is all about personal preference. Maybe just the time, or the feel or atmosphere I get from hearing someone or something.
I must state, we're all equal here at AZ !!!
I'll start currently, and work back.

Of current shows, I would say Pixie. There is a whole host of reasons, all thrown in together which go into the melting pot. The different accent, the great music I am largely unfamiliar with, but most of all, the absolute enthusiasm for what she is doing which comes over so strongly. I think when someone enjoys making a programme, it comes across, therefore making it even more enjoyable to listen to, and I think that's what she does. She's a joy to listen to, especially when she wants to tell you what's been happening, or places she's been, or gigs attended, things like that. I like Radio to have the personal touch.
Also, Richard Bismarck. Probably the most relaxed style we have, and a great great listen, every single time.
He's also absolutely hilarious, a great sense of humour.

Going back a little further, the shows I really miss are from Nick Saloman.
I've known Nick for many years, and his shows were an absolute education, and fascinating at the same time. Mix that in with a dry sense of humour and anecdotes from his musical world and you have 2 hours of genius ! I'd probably name Nick's shows as my favourites of any that have ever come out of the Album Zone.
I always wish he'd want to do more, but Nick is his own man - he comes and goes, every year or two, or three. Maybe he'll do another one day. I hope so.
Funnily enough, his daughter Debbie did a one-off show for us, a few years back, and that was marvellous too, so it clearly runs in the family.

Back further, and I'm going back to the Caroline Ship, where I'd have no hesitation of naming 2 favourites, who you couldn't imagine could be more different than each other.
Steve Satan aka Colin W Mueslibar first of all, you were always on the edge with him, not quite knowing what he'd say or do next, which was half the fun. Always a brilliant, and once again, amusing Programme too.
I do wish he'd had more time over the years to do more shows for us, I'd broadcast them in a second.
Way at the other end of the scale, a completely different type of presenter, and that was Steve Masters.
The 'Hippy Hitman' as he was called - he only played hits. You wouldn't think that was my thing at all, but the style, timing, and general way of presenting was so good to hear, he was quite brilliant.
Haven't a clue what he's doing now. It's Steve's voice on our spoof 'news' jingle that we used to use, by the way..
That's all folks !
You know how to get in touch...
Steve Lloyd PR The Album Zone

Tuesday, September 04, 2007

Questions ?

Hi Zoneheads, all good ?
I got to thinking - it's been a long, long time since we got into the minds of everyone at AZ. I had a look back, and it must be almost 2 years since the amusing little questionnaire was filled in by everyone, at the time.
Time to update, yes ?
Since then, people have gone, and new people have arrived.
Things have changed, with different outlets for the Programmes.
So, it's time for an update.
I have plenty of questions I'd like to ask, I know that for sure.
Do you ?
Well, ask away. Whether it be a question for one and all, or directed at a certain Presenter, all you have to do is pop it on an email, and we'll add it to the list.
I'd like this to be rather extensive, covering everything from Music and growing up, the past, the future, opinions on just about everything (depends how secretive they are, doesn't it ?).
So, get your questions in, and we'll round up the AZ Squad for you, and the answers will be posted right here, in a series of Bulletins and Blogs, in between our usual Playlist and Schedule updates.
You know the place - email us at
Have a good week, everyone ! - we await your questions !

Steve Lloyd PR The Album Zone

Sunday, September 02, 2007

Album Zone drops RTI for debut Programme Broadcasts

Sunday, sunday, and I hope you've had a good weekend.
It's been one of those quiet ones. Good !
Apart from that, it has been more than slightly irritating, with RTI getting the AZ Scheduled programmes wrong yet again (Sundays 9pm show aired at 8pm Saturday, this time, and the same one occured tonight, meaning the Barry De Foyle show was not aired - luckily it's now on our Pod).
You'd think, after two and a half years, they would either get it right, or have someone in place able to read the date of the Programme.
Hmmm. It seems not. As this is clearly something which never seems to change, we have no choice but to move the 'debut airings' of our Programmes elsewhere.
We cannot continue to advertise and promote our own Programmes only to find they are not getting aired as advertised, that is simply amateur and unprofessional - so, the change occurs as of now.
However, no matter, as most of you know, we decided some weeks back that because of this endless nonsense, that as of September 2007, all 'debut' airings of Album Zone Programmes will be via our friends at Radio Seagull, in the Netherlands, who broadcast around this funny little planet of ours, via
Each programme will have 2 plays, at different days and times/timezones, before moving on to our very own Pod - where you can play or download them any time you wish, 24/7.
Each Album Zone show remains on the Pod for 14 days only.
No more, no less.
Finally, some weeks later, we'll send them to RTI for repeat.
So, if you're a Sky listener - do bear this in mind - as of now, the Sky and RTI airings will all be older repeats - for the very reasons outlined in Paragraph 1, above.
We have been forced to make the change - it was simply too inefficient for too long otherwise, and RTI were clearly not going to fix it.
This weeks Album Zone via Seagull Programmes, broadcast at 18.00 hrs (UK time) on Mon, Tue, Wed, and 02.00 hrs (UK time) on Fri, Sat, Sun, are as follows :
Mon/Fri : Johnny Reece
Tue/Sat : Gil Legine
Wed/Sun : Andy Miles
On to this evening, and the playlist for the last 'new' Sunday Johnny Reece Show aired earlier via RTI and Sky, was as follows :
(please note - new Johnny Reece Shows will now get their debut airings on Mondays via Radio Seagull, from Monday September 17th, then every following Monday, at 18.00 hours UK time)...
The Playlist :
The Alchemicals - Record Player
The Kinks - Till The End Of The Day
Depeche Mode - In Your Room
Urge Overkill - Girl, You'll Be A Woman Soon
Pretenders - Samurai
Stone Roses - Standing Here
Wax - Ready Or Not
Roy Orbison - Trying To Get To You
Jimi Hendrix Experience - Love Or Confusion
Fraff - Be Careful What You Wish For
Roxy Music - The Bogus Man
The Beatles - Happiness Is A Warm Gun
Steve Harley and Cockney Rebel - Black Or White
Beau Brummels - Magic Hollow
Bruce Springsteen - Missing
Garbage - You Look So Fine (Fun Lovin' Criminals version)
Morris Quinlan Experience - In The Beginning
Tim Hardin - Hang On To A Dream
T.Rex - Monolith
Machine Gun Fellatio - Horny Blonde 40 (Portishead remix)
Travelling Wilburys - She's My Baby
John Mayer - Your Body Is A Wonderland
Ezio - Cinderella
Johnny Zero and The Angels - You Don't Eat Your Sweets With The Wrappers On
I'll be back at the end of the week, with news of Pod updates, future Album Zone via Radio Seagull schedules, and details of which repeats will be aired on RTI and Sky.
Have a great week everyone !
Steve Lloyd PR The Album Zone
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Saturday, September 01, 2007

Welcome to September !

Hi Zoneheads, and welcome to September.
What's with the country images ? Well, as it's Barry De Foyle and Johnny Reece on the airwaves this very weekend, I thought I'd include a couple of pictures of where they, respectively, grew up. Really !
What I did like, is a recent Barry De Foyle blog from his own page, regarding his recent travels, so I thought I would repeat it for you, below - and it also includes his playlist, for his Saturday evening Show.
Here goes :
Just back from two weeks in the land of cream teas, pasties and beer (that's Cornwall, in case you were wondering). A wonderful place to unwind and recharge the batteries with breathtaking scenery at the most westerly (Land's End) tip of Great Britain and the most southerly (the Lizard). Add ancient monuments like Tintagel castle (legendary birthplace of King Arthur) and modern wonders (like Goonhilly Down Satellite Tracking Station and the superb Eden Project) and you'll be so relaxed and mellow you won't want to come back !

Some mellow sounds too, on the Album Zone this weekend (broadcasting Saturday 1st September) together with the usual eclectic mix and some old favourites. As ever, there is a plethora of ways to hear - have a look on the Album Zone page on Myspace - link from my own Myspace page or go to:

or even

Cream teas all round !

Be well,



The Barry de Foyle Show
The Album Zone
Saturday 1st September 2007

Fredericks, Goldman, Jones - On N'a Pas Change
Supertramp - Dreamer
Billie Davis - I Want You To be My Baby
Electric Light Orchestra - Showdown
Tina Turner - Nutbush City Limits
The Police - When The World Is Running Down, You Make The Best
Of What's Still Around
Decameron - Tomorrow's Pantomime
John Cale - Bamboo Floor
David Gilmour - There's No Way Out Of Here
801 - Baby's On Fire (Live)
Genesis - Lilywhite Lilith
Cozy Powell - The Rattler
Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band - Big Shot
The Raspberries - Overnight Sensation
The Yellow Monkey - I Love You Baby
John Martyn - Over The Hill
Rialto - Anything Could Happen
October Project - A Lonely Voice
David Bedford - The Phaeacian Games
Japan - Ghosts (Single Version)
Ray Charles - The Midnight Hour
Salad - Drink The Elixir
Alice - Citta Chiusa
Elastica - Connection
Bill Nelson's Red Noise - A Better Home In The Phantom Zone
Faust - I've Got My Car And My TV
Gryphon - Estampie
Franz Ferdinand - Walk Away

See ! A bit of travel and culture never did anyone any harm...
You can hear Barry, tonight, Saturday, at 21.00 hours UK time, either on Sky, channel 0195 if you have that, or, on the internet.
Tomorrw, it's the turn of Johnny Reece - same frequencies - but at the earlier time of 20.00 hours - I will post the Playlist for Johnny's Show late tomorrow evening.
Oh, and both Shows hit our Pod tomorrow evening too.

Steve Lloyd PR The Album Zone