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10,000 Good Songs (Series)

Produced by Paul Ingles

Most recent piece in this series:

10,000 GOOD SONGS - #185

From Paul Ingles | Part of the 10,000 Good Songs series | 59:00

10000goodsongs_small Award-winning music documentarian Paul Ingles hosts this week's mix of tunes from his eclectic personal collection. It's a show where deep tracks and the 'artful seque-way" still matter. And virtually NO REPEATS until we run through the 10,000 good songs! This time, Alison Krauss, Joni Mitchell, Johnny Cash, Jimi Hendrix, Elton John, John Prine, Ray Davies, and Norah Jones.


Forget About It - Alison Krauss
Chasing Pirates - Norah Jones
Don't Interrupt The Sorrow - Joni Mitchell
Save The Lfie of My Child - Simon & Garfunkel
Hear My Train A Comin' - Jimi Hendrix
Waiting In Vain - Jonathan Edwards
The Man Comes Around - Johnny Cash
Your Flag Decal Won't Get You Into Heaven Any More - John Prine
Love - John Lennon
Bad Side of the Moon - Elton John (live)
Love and Happiness - John Mellencamp
All Day and All ot the Night / Destroyer - Ray Davies with Billy Corrigan
Baby's a Rock n' Roller - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
Ma-Ma-Ma-Belle - ELO
Honest With Me - Bob Dylan

The Parish News (Series)

Produced by Sigil Of Brass

Most recent piece in this series:

One-Hundred and Twenty-Sixth Edition of The Parish News

From Sigil Of Brass | Part of the The Parish News series | 02:00:00


The Parish News is a weekly experimental radio show & podcast that is aired internationally. Hosted by Andy Backhouse, the show plays avant-garde and unusual music, field recordings and noise.

We trawl the underbelly of the art world to bring you sounds you have not heard before. Working closely with the bigger names in Art PR, we select the music that is the most fitting with current global trends and artistic direction. While the presenting style is Guerrilla and ambivalently irrelevant, the music is always spot on.

If you dig the show and want to say ‘thanks’ to Andy – you can buy him a coffee at www.buymeacoffee.com/theparishnews/