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Eclectic Breakfast Show – 21st 2019

Catch up with Colin and Saturday’s Eclectic Breakfast Show.
This week alongside the usual new music and album tracks there’s a host of altenative festive numbers.
Playing a selection of tunes from Rock to Reggae, Ska to Soul, Alternative to Americana.
Covering all genres and mixing old favourites with forgotten tracks you may not have heard in a long time.
Add to this, local unsigned artists, new artists and new releases.

The Firkin sponsors Eclectic Breakfast with Colin Campbell Saturday morning 9am.

This week features, Tom Waits, Eels, The Popravinas, Caribou, Johnny Cash, Earth Wind & Fire, Madness, The Fall, Motorhead, The Districts and much more.

This weeks playlist:

1. Neil Young with Crazy Horse – Eternity
2. Tom Waits – Christmas Card From A Hooker In Minneapolis
3. I Am Kloot – It’s Just The Night
4. Laura Marling – Goodbye England (Covered In Snow)
5. Rachel Unthank & Winterset – Tar Barrel In Dale
6. Tyrannosaurus Rex – One Inch Rock
7. Everything But The Girl – 25th December
8. Iron & Wine – Low Light Buddy Of Mine
9. The Flaming Lips – A Change For Christmas (Say It Isn’t So)
10. The Districts – Hey Jo
11. Eels – Christmas Is Going To The Dogs
12. Charlotte Adigery – Cursed and Cussed
13. Earth, Wind & Fire – December
14. Caribou – Home
15. Ha Ha Tonka – The List
16. The Popravinas – Where Are My Presents At
17. Jeffrey Lewis & The Voltage – In Certain Orders
18. Clarence Carter – Back Door Santa
19. Kacey Musgraves – Merry Go Round
20. Cocteau Twins – Frosty The Snowman
21. First Aid Kit – New Years Eve
22. Johnny Cash – When The Man Comes Around
23. Eels – Everythings Gonna Be Cool This Christmas
24. Madness – Embarrassment
25. The Selecter – Three Minute Hero
26. Lord Kitchener – Christmas Greetings
27. Poly Styrene – Black Christmas
28. The Fall – Lost In Music
29. The Dollyrots – Last Christmas
30. Julian Casablancas – I Wish It Was Christmas Today
31. Electric Light Orchestra – Ma Ma Ma Belle
32. Motorhead – Sympathy For The Devil
33. Foo Fighters – Best Of You

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