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Eclectic Avenue September 20 2017
September 20, 2017 06:01 AM PDT
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"I want to dance with Harry Dean..." On this week's edition Sandy samples the songs and music featured in some of the more memorable films of the late American character actor Harry Dean Stanton; while in a moment of inspriation Bernie reaches into his trusty sack of vinyl to play a well constructed selection of tunes. Forgotten classics or just forgotten? A truly eclectic mix..." I wanna piece of heaven before I die."

Breaking Barriers (episode 30)
September 12, 2017 02:04 PM PDT
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Shaun presents the 30th fun episode of Breaking Barriers - a show which plays music across different eras and includes Indigo FM News and Events

Indigo FM News - 9 Sept 2017
September 12, 2017 01:05 PM PDT
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Shaun hosts Indigo FM News, this week featuring contributions from Eve and Emily at Yackandandah Primary School

Eclectic Avenue 170906 Spring, vinyl and recent listens
September 06, 2017 06:23 AM PDT
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We had to delete the first 20 minutes of this excellent podcast as we realised that our dulcet voices could be heard over the music we were playing. This has been a problem over the last few episodes. However, tonight we found a way to fix this! unfortunately we were 20 minutes into the show before we found this fix. The good news is that the music played in the remainder of the show is excellent: music from recently purchased vinyl at the Indigo FM Record Fair, seasonal Spring music, and some recent listens.

The Friday Sesh@Bullfrog's Roadhouse
September 03, 2017 08:58 PM PDT
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Welcome to Acoustic week.
Only acoustic tunes this week.

Lightnin' Hopkins, Buddy Guy with Eric Clapton & BB King
Chris Thomas King Alvin Youngblood Hart. The South Memphis Strin Band bring some acoustic banjo playing to the Friday Sesh

The Friday Sesh@Bullfrog's Roadhouse_25th August 2017
August 30, 2017 12:58 AM PDT
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The sousaphone (US: /ˈsuːzəfoʊn/), is a brass instrument in the same family as the more widely known tuba. Created around 1893 by J.W. Pepper at the direction of American bandleader John Philip Sousa (whom the instrument was then named after), it was designed to be easier to play than the concert tuba while standing or marching, as well as to carry the sound of the instrument above the heads of the band. Like the tuba, sound is produced by moving air past the lips, causing them to vibrate or "buzz" into a large cupped mouthpiece. Unlike the tuba, the instrument is bent in a circle to fit around the body of the musician; it ends in a large, flaring bell that is pointed forward, projecting the sound ahead of the player. Because of the ease of carrying and the direction of sound, it is widely employed in marching bands, as well as various other musical genres. That is what we have for you, with the Dirty Dozen Horns, along with Paul Jackson jr, Benie Worrell and Gov't Mule, doing Chameleon. if you love improvisation, You WILL LOVE THIS. Also heaps of other great stuff

Waste the Alphabet (29/8/2017)
August 29, 2017 05:02 PM PDT
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Hear new singles from The Cactus Channel, Robert Muinos, Body Type, Sagamore, Love Migrate, Braille Face, Slowly Building Weapons, and more! Full playlists at http://facebook/wastethealphabet.

Tim Guy interview/songs (26/8/2017)
August 27, 2017 03:45 AM PDT
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Tim Guy and band perform 'Confidence Thing' live in Indigo FM's Beechworth studio, followed by an interview with Doug Wallen and the CD version of "Tarzan" from Tim's 2015 album "Chords".

Once only
August 25, 2017 02:23 AM PDT
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Eclectic Avenue 170823
August 25, 2017 01:11 AM PDT
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"Forgive me Delilah" ... but with Michael off on another junket and Bernie at death’s door with Man Flu, we have had an outbreak of Tom Jones Syndrome on this week’s Eclectic Avenue. Nigel pays homage to the legend that is Sir Tom Jones, whilst Sandy comes up with a surprisingly high quality selection of tracks for once (including a healthy dose of Americana). No doubt normal service will be resumed next week. Enjoy!

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