Scottish Fiction Radio Show – 13th January 2016

Posted by Neil Wilson

 

What a glorious day it is when you can welcome a Scottish Album of the Year Award winner onto the show for a live session.  And what a glorious session it was as Kathryn Joseph played track from bones you have thrown me and blood I’ve spilled on her ‘toy’ piano live in the studio plus chatted about her music, the album, and reveals who does all the heavy lifting on tour.

Filling out the rest of the show we of course pay tribute to David Bowie, have a fantastic Re-Mixing It Up track from BOSSY LOVE, and run through out Playlist with a new addition from Plastic Animals.  It’s all good baby!

Soom THard Time
Shambles MillerConfessions
AROUND THE WORLD – David BowieLazarus
Kathryn Josephthe bone (Live in Pulse 98.4 Studio)
PLAYLIST – ST.MARTiiNS9Teen
PLAYLIST – Mt. DoubtSoak
PLAYLIST – StillhoundShy
PLAYLIST – Plastic AnimalsGhosts
Kathryn Josephthe weary (Live in Pulse 98.4 Studio)
David BowieI Can’t Give Everything Away
The Spook SchoolDavid Bowie Songs
The 21st StateStepping Stones
TetraWhistles By Wolves
BloodlinesLove The Taste
RE-MIXING IT UP – BOSSY LOVETell You What (Babe Remix)

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