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Sunday, June 21, 2015

Midweek Music Miscellany Wednesday 24th. June 11.30AM to 12.30PM on

Midweek Music Miscellany presents the widest daytime music selection on Irish radio. Edition 24/6/15 by Sean Brophy on Mixcloud

Play list Midweek Music Miscellany on Wednesday 24th. June from 11.30AM to 12.30PM on 103.2 Dublin City FM

1. With Immediate Effect ( 5.22 ) - Jason Rebello - CD Anything But Look

2. The Red Rooster ( 2.25 ) - Howlin' Wolf - CD Howlin' Wolf

3. I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man ( 2.58 ) - Muddy Waters - CD Muddy Waters At Newport
NEW RELEASE PACKAGE INCORPORATING 4 Classic Albums ( two each from Howlin' Wolf & Muddy Waters

4. These Tears ( 3.31 ) - Wayne Gilroy - CD The Great Tribulation

5. Sandbar Blues ( 4.10 ) - Dennis McCalmont - CD Forevermore

6. 5.15 ( 4.15 ) - Pete Townsend : Alfie Boe : Billy Idol : Phil Daniels : London Oriana Choir : Royal Philharmonic Orchestra -
CD Pete Townsend's Classic Quadrophenia Deutsche Grammphon Records The Who at 3 Arena Dublin Tuesday 23rd. June

7. Run Run Run ( 2.56 ) - Michelle Lewis - CD The Parts Of Us That Still Remain
Michelle Lewis Irish Dates
Thursday, June 25
Colfers Pub (Carrick-On-Bannow, Wexford)
8 p.m./€10

Friday, June 26
Alice's Restaurant (Naas,Co. Kildare IRE)
8 p.m./€10

Saturday, June 27
Bronte Music Club (Rathfriland, UK)
8 p.m./£10

8. Undertow ( 3.14 ) - David Gelman - CD Undertow

9. Far Afghanistan ( 4.04 ) - James Taylor - CD Before This World

Dear Music Fan,

We're thrilled to let you know that James Taylor's first new studio album in thirteen years, Before This World, is now the #1 album in America! Incredibly, it's the first time he's ever held the #1 position on Billboard's Top 200 album chart. Concord Music Group couldn't be more proud of James' achievement, and we're honored to be a part of his amazing musical legacy.

The critical buzz for Before This World is palpable. The New Yorker recently called Taylor a "master of songwriting," and The Wall Street Journal described the album as "trademark Taylor: elegant, tuneful and just a little wry."

Before This World features ten songs, nine of which are brand-new James Taylor compositions. Produced by Grammy Award®-winner Dave O'Donnell, the album offers heartfelt reflections and insights , including the album's opening track "Today, Today, Today," and "Angels of Fenway," a song about the redemptive spirit of baseball, which Taylor debuted in May at Fenway Park in Boston.

Whether you've been a fan from the start, a curious new listener to his music, or anywhere in-between, we're excited to share this landmark recording with you.

Happy listening,
Concord Music Group


10. Somewhere They Can't Find Me ( 2.34 ) - Simon & Garfunkel - CD Old Friends Columbia Records

11. Keep The Customer Satisfied ( 2.35 ) - Simon & Garfunkel - CD Old Friends Columbia Records

12. Where The Streets Have No Name ( 4.51 ) - Kurt Elling - CD Passion World

13. Melting Pot ( 3.49 ) - Blue Mink - CD The Singles Collection ( BY REQUEST )

14. Scarborough Fair ( 3.54 ) - Folkal Point - CD Dust On The Nettles Box Set

Ireland's King of the Blues, Nigel Mooney celebrates the 80th birthday of the great guitarist Grant Green this June, 2015, with an Irish tour featuring Jim Mullen and Hugh Buckley as guest guitarists with Mooney's Organ Trio.

Wed. 24th: The Hot Spot, Greystones 9pm.
Thur 25th: Billy Byrne's, Kilkenny 9pm.
Fri 26th: J.J. Smyth's, Dublin 9pm.
Sat 27th: J.J. Smyth's, Dublin 9pm.
Sun 28th: S.D. Bell's, Belfast. (Sold out)

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