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ブロードキャスターピーター・バラカンのナビゲートで送るウィークエンド・ミュージックマガジン。独特の嗅覚とこだわりの哲学でセレクトしたグッド・サウンドと、ワールドワイドな音楽情報を伝える。

http://www4.nhk.or.jp/sunshine/

放送日: 2017年 7月 8日(土)

放送時間: 午前7:20〜午前9:00(100分)

ピーター・バラカン

特集 ギター・レジェンド

THIS WEEK'S PLAYLIST

http://www4.nhk.or.jp/sunshine/66/

(曲名 / アーティスト名 // アルバム名)

01. Death Letter / Son House // Father Of Folk Blues

02. John The Revelator / Son House // Father Of Folk Blues

03. Bukka's Jitterbug Swing / Bukka White // Parchman Farm

04. Aberdeen Mississippi / Bukka White // Parchman Farm

05. I Hate To See The Sun Go Down / Memphis Minnie // Hoodoo Lady: 1933-193

06. If You See My Rooster (Please Run Him Home) / Memphis Minnie // Hoodoo Lady: 1933-193

07. Candy Man Blues / Mississippi John Hurt // Avalon Blues: The Complete 1928 OKeh Recordings

08. Avalon Blues / Mississippi John Hurt // Avalon Blues: The Complete 1928 OKeh Recordings

09. It's Nobody's Fault But Mine / Blind Willie Johnson // The Complete Blind Willie Johnson

10. Lord I Can't Just Keep From Crying / Blind Willie Johnson // The Complete Blind Willie Johnson

11. You're Gonna Need Somebody On Your Bond / Blind Willie Johnson // The Complete Blind Willie Johnson

12. Swing Low, Chariot / Sister O.M. Terrell // The Slide Guitar: Bottles, Knives & Steel

13. High Sheriff Blues / Charley Patton // The Slide Guitar: Bottles, Knives & Steel

14. St. Louis Blues / Sylvester Weaver & Walter Beasley // The Slide Guitar: Bottles, Knives & Steel

15. You Can't Get That Stuff No More / Tampa Red & Georgia Tom // The Slide Guitar: Bottles, Knives & Steel

16. Homesick & Lonesome Blues / Blind Boy Fuller // The Slide Guitar: Bottles, Knives & Steel

17. I Believe I'll Make A Change / Casey Bill Weldon // The Slide Guitar: Bottles, Knives & Steel

18. Don't Sell It (Don't Give It Away) / Buddy Woods With Wampus Cats // The Slide Guitar: Bottles, Knives & Steel

19. Baby I Done Got Wise / Big Bill Broonzy // Big Bill's Blues

20. All By Myself / Big Bill Broonzy // Big Bill's Blues

21. Steppin' On The Blues / Lonnie Johnson // Steppin' On The Blues

22. Guitar Blues / Lonnie Johnson // Steppin' On The Blues

23. Flying Home / Charlie Christian // The Original Guitar Hero

24. Rose Room / Charlie Christian // The Original Guitar Hero


世界の快適音楽セレクション

"快適音楽"を求めるギターデュオゴンチチによる、ノンジャンル・ミュージック番組。

http://www4.nhk.or.jp/kaiteki/

放送日: 2017年 7月 8日(土)

放送時間: 午前9:00〜午前11:00(120分)

ゴンチチ

渡辺亨

− 山登りの音楽 −

楽曲

ハイキング

ゴンチチ

(2分33秒)

EPICSONY ESCB1221>

「クライム・エヴリィ・マウンテン

ブライアン・ディー・トリオ

(4分25秒)

<SPOTLITE SPJCD552>

「グリーン、グリーン・ロッキー・ロード」

エリザベス・ミッチェル

(2分22秒)

SMITHSONIAN FOLKWAYS REC. SFWCD45064>

「ザ・ホワイト・バーズ・イン・マウンテン

コスタス・ベゾス&ザ・ホワイト・バーズ

(3分29秒)

<OLVID REC./MISSISSIPPI REC. OLV-002/MRP-098>

「アイ・カヴァー・ザ・ウォーターフロント

バディ・コール

(4分03秒)

JASMINE REC. JASCD185>

シューヴァ・ダ・モンターニャ(山間の雨)」

フェルナンド・オリー

(3分09秒)

<THINK! REC. THLP419>

「ジャスト・アズ・イン・スプリング」

レベッカ・マーティン&ギレルモ・クレイン

(3分53秒)

<SUNNY SIDE COMMUNICATIONS SSC-1416>

「ヘイ・ジャック」

エセル・エニス

(3分08秒)

東芝EMI TOCJ-6075>

「ロング・ハード・クライム」

ロン・デイヴィス

(3分11秒)

<A&M REC. PCCY-10185>

「アップ・オン・ア・マウンテン

ウェルカム・ワゴン

(3分34秒)

<ASTHMATIC KITTY REC. AKR045>

「フレンチ・コンコクション」

ドン・ヴォーゲリ

(1分42秒)

<UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN EXTENSION NO NUMBER>

「サンライト」

ヤングブラッズ

(3分05秒)

RCA VICTOR LSP-4150>

「ライク・マウンテン・バーズ」

グエン・レ&ゴ・ホン・クワン

(6分20秒)

<ACT MUSIC ACT9828-2>

「野の花のサンバ」

リー・ムルーア、オラシオ・ボルゴス・トリオ

(5分26秒)

<TAIYO REC. TAIYO0028>

「いつか王子様が」

ビル・エヴァンス

(5分45秒)

<UNIVERSAL UCCV-9153>

「サイモン・スミス・アンド・ザ・アメイジング・ダンシング・ベア」

ランディ・ニューマン

(1分47秒)

<NONESUCH 7559797815>

「シー・オッター・ゴーズ・トゥー・マウンテン

ゴンチチ

(2分08秒)

ポニーキャニオン PCCA01691>

ハレルヤ

シルビア・ペレス・クルース

(5分31秒)

<UNIVERSAL 0602557619270>

テイク・ディス・ワルツ

レナード・コーエン

(5分57秒)

SONY MUSIC SICP5179>

「ベスティーダ・デ・ニット」

シルビア・ペレス・クルース

(5分52秒)

<UNIVERSAL 0602557619270>


Jazz Record Requests

Jazz records from across the genre, played in special sequences to highlight the wonders of jazz history. All pieces have been specifically requested by Radio 3 listeners

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006tnn9

Sat 8 Jul 2017

16:00

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b08xcndc

Amongst this week's selection drawn from listeners' requests by post and email in all styles of jazz, Alyn Shipton looks back at the great British bandleader Ted Heath.

Music Played

01. One O'Clock Jump

Ted Heath

Composer: Basie

Performers: The Ted Heath Band

Swjng Is King

Decca/London PFS 4135 1 Tr.4

02. Goodbye Yesterday

Buddy Rich

Composer: Piestrup

Performers: Al Porcino, David Culp, Kenneth Faulk, William Prince, t; Jim Trimble, Richard Stepton, Peter Graves, tb; Don Menza, Art Pepper, Pat LaBarbera, Charles Owens, John Laws, reeds; Walter Namuth, g; Joe Azerello, p; Gary Walters, b; Buddy Rich, d.

Live at Caesar’s Palace, 1968

Mercy Mercy

Pacific Jazz 20133 Side B Tr.1

03. Lullaby

Coleman Hawkins

Composer: Black

Performers: Coleman Hawkins, ts; Stanley Black, p; Tiny Winters, b; Albert Harris, g.

18 Nov 1924

The Hawk in Europe

ASV Living Era AJA 5054 Tr.1

04. High Society

Chris Barber

Composers: Porter/ Steele

Performers: Pat Halcox, t; Monty Sunshine, cl; Chris Barber, tb; Lonnie Donegan, bj; Jim Bray, b; Ron Bowden, d.

1955

Chris Barber Plays Vol.1

Nixa Jazz Today NJT 500 S2 Tr.4

05. Love Is Just Around The Corner

Don Fagerquist

Composers: Gensler/ Robin

Performers: Don Fagerquist, t; Zoot Sims, Dave Pell, Bill Holman, ts; Bob Gordon, bs; Vernon Polk, g; Donn Trenner, p; Buddy Clark, b; Bill Richmond, d.

June 1955

Portrait of a Great Jazz Artist

Fresh Sound FSR 2212 Tr.5

06. Sweet Savannah Sue

Louis Armstrong

Composers: Waller/ Razaf

Performers: Louis Armstrong, t; Barney Bigard, cl; Trummy Young, tb; Billy Kyle, p; Arvell Shaw, b; Barrett Deems, d.

1955

Satch Plays Fats

Columbia 64927 Tr.19

07. Jitterbug Waltz

Michel Legrand

Composer: Waller

Performers: Miles Davis, t; Phil Woods, as; Jerome Richardson, bs, bcl; John Coltrane, ts; Herbie Mann, fl; Eddie Costa, vib; Betty Glaiman, harp; Bill Evans, p; Barry Galbraith, g; Paul Chambers, b; Kenny Dennis, d.

June 25 1958

Legrand Jazz

Philips 840019 Tr.1

08. You Don't Know What Love Is

Tony Bennett & Bill Evans

Composers: De Paul/ Raye

Performers: Tony Bennett, v; Bill Evans, p.

Sept 1976

Together Again

Improv 7117 Tr.7

09. Embarcadero

Paul Desmond

Composer: Desmond

Performers: Paul Desmond, as; Jim Hall, g; Gene Chirico, b; Connie Kay, d.

Take Ten

RCA 74321 79621 2 Tr.4

10. Explanation of Funeral Procession/ Just A Little While

Dejan's Olympia Brass Band

Composer: Dejan/ Trad.

Performers: Harold Dejan, as; Andy Anderson, Milton Batiste, Kid Sheik Cola, t; Paul Crawford, Wendell Eugene, tb; Emanual Paul, ts; Andrew Jefferson, sn d; Booker T Glass, b, d.

1971

The Olympia Brass Band of New Orleans

Audiophile AP 108 Trs.1 & 2

11. Darktown Strutters Ball

Bunk Johnson

Composer: Brooks

Performers: Bunk Johnson, t; George Lewis, cl; Jim Robinson, tb; Alton Purnell, p; Lawrence Marrero, bj; Slow Drag Pavageau, b; Baby Dodds, d.

1945

Complete Deccas, Victors and V-Discs

Document 1001 Tr.11

12. Easy To Love

Benny Goodman

Composer: Cole Porter

Performers: Benny Goodman, cl; Andre Previn, p; Barney Kessell, g; Leroy Vinnegar, b; Frank Kapp, d.

3 Sep 1958

Benny Rides Again!

Essential Jazz Classics 55506 Tr.20

13. You Wear Your Colours And Move

Rachel Musson

Composer: Musson

Performers: Rachel Musson, ts; Liam Noble, elp; Mark Sanders, d.

2013

Tatterdemalion

Babel Tr.7


Geoffrey Smith's Jazz

Geoffrey Smith's Jazz does exactly what it says on the tin: a weekly programme in which Geoffrey Smith shares his love of jazz, through an exploration of its great writers, singers and players, as told from his own individual perspective.

Each programme take us through his personally-selected playlist of tracks. It's loosely-themed; maybe a great artist, a jazz style or something more off-the-wall. But that serves as just the start of a fascinating journey to the heart of the music Geoffrey is so passionate about.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01h5z0s

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Anita O'Day and June Christy

Sun 9 Jul 2017

00:00

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b08xcq01

Anita O'Day (1919-2006) and June Christy (1925-1990) were queens of big band singing in the 1940s and 50s, starring with Gene Krupa and Stan Kenton before going solo. O'Day was hot, Christy was cool, and Geoffrey Smith compares their styles and careers.

Music Played

01. Let Me Off Uptown

Anita O’Day

Composers: Evans/ Bostic

Performers: Anita O’Day, v; Gene Krupa & His Orchestra

Anita O'Day: Four Classic Albums Plus

Avid AMSC1136 Tr.25

02. Skylark

Anita O’Day

Composer: Hoagy Carmichael

Performers: Anita O’Day, v; Roy Eldridge, v, t; Gene Krupa & His Orchestra

Anita O'Day: Four Classic Albums Plus

Avid AMSC1136 Tr.25

03. Thanks For The Boogie Ride

Anita O’Day

Composers: R. Buck & S. Mitchell

Performers: Anita O’Day, v; Roy Eldridge, v, t; Gene Krupa & His Orchestra

Anita O'Day: Four Classic Albums Plus

Avid AMSC1136 Tr.26

04. Gotta Be Gettin'

Stan Kenton

Composers: Romano/ Amsterdam

Performers: Anita O’Day, v; Gene Howard, v; Stan Kenton & His Orchestra

The Stan Kenton Story: Artistry in Rhythm

Proper P1149 Tr.8

05. How High The Moon

Anita O’Day

Composers: Lewis/ Hamilton

Performers: Anita O’Day, v; Ray Linn, Al Killian, Conrad Gozzo, possibly Dale Pierce or Harry ‘Sweets’ Edison, t; Ray Sims, possibly Bill Harris, tb; Benny Carter, as, arranger; Harry Klee, probably Hal McKusick, as; possibly Herbie Steward, ts; unknown, bs; Arnold Ross, p; Barney Kessel, g; Joe Mondragon, b; Jimmy Pratt, d; Ralph Burns, arranger

Anita O'Day: Five Classic Albums Plus

Avid AMSC1136 Tr.28

06. How High The Moon

Stan Kenton

Composers: Lewis/ Hamilton

Performers: June Christy, v; Milt Bernhart, Eddie Bert, Harry Betts, Harry Forbes, tb; Bart Varsalona, btb; Stan Kenton, p; Laurindo Almeida, g; Eddie Safranski, b; Shelly Manne, d.

The Stan Kenton StoryProgressive Jazz

Avid AMSC1152 Tr.24

07. Tampico

Stan Kenton

Composers: Roberts/ Fisher

Performers: June Christy, v; Stan Kenton & His Orchestra

The Stan Kenton Story – Artistry in Rhythm

Proper P1149 Tr.14

08. Just A Sittin' And A Rockin'

Stan Kenton

Composers: Ellington/ Strayhorn/ Gaines

Performers: June Christy, v; Gene Howard, v; Stan Kenton & His Orchestra

The Stan Kenton Story – Artistry in Rhythm

Proper P1149 Tr.18

09. Willow Weep For Me

Stan Kenton

Composer: Ronnell

Performers: June Christy, v; Stan Kenton & His Orchestra

The Stan Kenton Story - Collaboration

Proper P1151 Tr.9

10. Across The Alley From The Alamo

Stan Kenton

Composer: Greene

Performers: June Christy, v; Stan Kenton & His Orchestra

The Stan Kenton Story - Collaboration

Proper P1151 Tr.17

11. Something Cool

June Christy

Composer: Bill Barnes

Performers: June Christy, v; Pete Rugolo & His Orchestra

Something Cool

Capitol SM516 Tr.1

12. Remember

Anita O’Day

Composer: Berlin

Performers: Anita O’Day, v; Don Fagerquist, t; Ben Webster, ts; Jimmy Rowles, p; Barney Kessel, g; Buddy Clark, b; Mel Lewis, d.

Anita O’Day: Five Classic Albums Plus

Avid AMSC1129 Tr.4

13. Pick Yourself Up

Anita O’Day

Composers: Kern/ Fields

Performers: Anita O’Day, v; Larry Bunker, vib, bongos; Paul Smith, p; Barney Kessel, g; Joe Mondragon, b; Alvin Stoller, d; Buddy Bregman, arranger

Anita O'Day: Four Classic Albums Plus

Avid AMSC1126 Tr.4

14. Sweet Georgia Brown

Anita O’Day

Composers: Casey/ Pinkard

Performers: Anita O’Day, v; Jimmy Jones, p; Whitey Mitchell, b; John Poole, d.

Anita O'Day: Four Classic Albums Plus

Avid AMSC1126 Tr.25

15. Tea For Two

Anita O’Day

Composers: Caesar/ Youmans

Performers: Anita O’Day, v; Jimmy Jones, p; Whitey Mitchell, b; John Poole, d.

Anita O'Day: Four Classic Albums Plus

Avid AMSC1126 Tr.26


Private Passions

Guests from all walks of life discuss their musical loves and hates.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006tnv3

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Dan Pearson

Sun 9 Jul 2017

12:00

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b08xcq0t

Dan Pearson discovered his passion for gardens very young, building landscapes for his toy trolls out of stones. He's now one of our most influential landscape designers, with work ranging from private gardens around the world - including Chatsworth - to the 600-acre Tokachi Forest Garden in northern Japan, and gardens in Manchester and London for the Cancer charity Maggie's. He's written five books, presented several television series, and exhibited at Chelsea six times, winning awards each time - last time, for Best in Show. He's known for his painterly naturalistic planting, or to put it more simply, he likes to create landscapes which look wild, and ancient. He says, "the way I garden is to let things go almost to the brink of being lost".

In Private Passions, Dan Pearson talks to Michael Berkeley about his love of wild plants, and the influence of a very neglected garden of a house he lived in as a child. He reveals how his gardens for cancer patients and his encounters with the people he's met there have changed his sense of what a garden means. He talks too about the way in which music inspires his landscape designs; he loves music which creates a sense of wide open space. Choices include Estonian composer Arvo Pärt; 12th-century polyphony; Spanish guitar music; the Bulgarian Trio Bulgarka and Moondog.

Produced by Elizabeth Burke

A Loftus production for BBC Radio 3

Music Played

00:04

Hildegard von Bingen

O spectabiles viri

Ensemble: VocaMe

Conductor: Michael Popp

00:15

Trad.

Tri byulbyula peyat

Ensemble: Trio Bulgarka

00:22

Alice Coltrane

Lovely Sky Boat

Performer: Alice Coltrane

00:31

Caetano Veloso

Tonada de Luna Llena

Performer: Caetano Veloso

00:37

Margarita Lecuona

Babalu

Singer: Yma Sumac

00:43

Arvo Pärt

Fratres

Ensemble: Kronos Quartet

00:58

Moondog

Oboe Round

Performer: Moondog


Words and Music

A sequence of music interspersed with well-loved and less familiar poems and prose read by leading actors

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006x35f

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Let's Write a List

Sun 9 Jun 2017

17:30

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b08xcqwh

Let's write a list. From the week's shopping to the Ten Commandments, from the pop charts to the phone directory, life is full of lists. This exploration of our obsession with list-making includes Mozart's Don Giovanni's conquests, Maria's Favourite Things from the Sound of Music, Polonius's advice to Laertes, Bridget Jones's New Year Resolutions and Herman Melville's catalogue of whales. Readings by Jon Strickland and Emma Powell.

Producer's Note

Lists are a functional part of our lives, from the shopping list to the holiday packing, but they also appear in more exalted form in songs, poetry and prose in many contexts.

This programme weaves a whimsical path through lists from the mundane to the sinister, the sublime to the ridiculous. Christopher Smart’s poem about his cat, Jeoffry is a list of his pet’s many delightful characteristics; the ingredients of the witches’ brew in Macbeth on the other hand is a macabre mix of body parts. Love has a way of inspiring us to list-making – Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s exquisite poem “How do I love thee? Let me count the ways” is contrasted with Ian Dury’s knockabout hymn to enjoying modern life - Reasons To Be Cheerful.

Gilbert and Sullivan created a comic villain in Koko, the Lord High Executioner in the Mikado, whose song I’ve got a Little List comes up with reasons for doing away with pretty well anybody who has ever slightly annoyed him.

From two great Victorian novels, come more lists; the opening of Charles Dickens’ Bleak House builds an oppressive sense of foreboding by listing the many ways that fog insinuates itself into every corner of London; and from the same book, eccentric Miss Flite lists her extraordinary collection of names for her caged birds. From across the Atlantic, Herman Melville catalogues and compares the various species of great whales, in Moby-Dick. Two 20th century American authors are featured: F Scott Fitzgerald’s description of the motley assortment of guests who attended Gatsby’s parties in The Great Gatsby has a melancholy absurdity in its deadpan adumbration of dodgy characters and sticky ends; while Tim O’Brien’s description of the many things that US infantrymen carried on their persons in the Vietnam war starkly conveys the sheer physical hardship of going to war.

On a lighter note, Bridget Jones confides to her diary all her many New Year’s Resolutions; Paul Simon sings about just some of the Fifty Ways to Leave Your Lover; and from Alice in Wonderland, the Mock-Turtle describes all the classes he took at his under-sea school (from Reeling and Writhing to Fainting in Coils).

Producer: Philip Tagney

Music Played

00:00

Mozart

Don Giovanni: Act 1, no.4; “Madamina, il catalogo e questo” (Catalogue Aria)

Performer: Sir Bryn Terfel. Orchestra: Metropolitan Opera Orchestra

Deutsche Grammophon 4779195 CD53 Tr.3

William Shakespeare

Polonius’ advice to his son Laertes (from Hamlet) read by Jon Strickland

00:00

Richard Rodgers

My Favorite Things (from Sound of Music)

Performer: Julie Andrews (vocalist)

RCA BND90368 Tr.7

Helen Fielding

Bridget’s New Year Resolutions (from Bridget Jones’ Diary) read by Emma Powell

00:00

Paul Simon

Fifty Ways To Leave Your Lover

Performer: Paul Simon

Columbia 3-10270 Tr.1

00:00

James P. Johnson

The Charleston

Performer: Pasadena Roof Orchestra

Metronome 8256492 Tr.12

00:00

James P. Johnson

The Charleston

Performer: Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra

ASV CDAJA5342 Tr.1

F Scott Fitzgerald

Gatsby’s guests (from The GreatGatsby) read by Jon Strickland

00:00

McHugh

Everything is hotsy-totsy now

Performer: Coon-Sanders' Nighthawks

ASV CDAJA5199 Tr.6

Mrs. Beeton

Choosing a house (from Mrs Beeton’s Book of Household Management) read by Emma Powell

00:00

William Boyce

Symphony no.1 in B flat major, 3rd movement

Performer: The English Concert

Archiv 4196312 Tr.3

Laurence Sterne

Choosing Tristram’s Breeches (from Tristram Shandy) read by Jon Strickland

00:00

William Boyce

Symphony no.1 in B flat major, 1st movement

Performer: The English Concert

Archiv 4196312 Tr.1

Christopher Smart

“For I will consider my cat Jeoffry” read by Emma Powell

Domenico Scarlatti

Sonata in G minor, ‘Cat’s Fugue’

Performer: Scott Ross

Erato ECD75401 Tr.11

00:00

George Crumb

Vox Balaenae

Performer: International Contemporary Ensemble

Bridge 9261 Tr.13-20

Hermann Melville

Species of Whales (from Moby-Dick) read by Jon Strickland

00:00

William Walton

Popular Song (from Façade)

Performer: English Northern Sinfonia conducted by David Lloyd-Jones

Helios CDH55099 Tr.14

Lewis Carroll

the mock-turtle and the gryphon (from Alice in Wonderland) read by Emma Powell

00:00

Sir Arthur Sullivan

I’ve got a little list (from The Mikado)

Performer: Eric Idle (vocal) with the English National Opera Orchestra

That’s Entertainmment CDTER1121 Tr.6

Charles Dickens

Fog in London (from Bleak House) read by Jon Strickland

00:00

Ralph Vaughan Williams

Symphony No.2 (London): Scherzo/Nocturne

Performer: Halle Orchestra conducted by Mark Elder

Halle CD HLL7529 Tr.3

William Shakespeare

Witches recipe (from Macbeth) read by Emma Powell

00:01

Charles Ives

Central Park in the dark

Performer: Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by Seiji Ozawa

Deutsche Grammophon 4232432 Tr.8

Tim O’Brien

list of things the infantry carried (from The Things They Carried) read by Jon Strickland

00:01

Michael Nyman

Bird List Song

Performer: Lucie Skeaping (vocal) with Michael Nyman Band

Piano

Charles Dickens

Miss Flite’s Birds (from Bleak House) read by Emma Powell

00:01

Philip Glass

Knee Play no.5 (from Einstein on the Beach)

Performer: Philip Glass Ensemble

Nonesuch 7559-79435-9 Tr.20

Elizabeth Barrett Browning

How do I love thee? (poem) read by Emma Powell

00:01

Ian Dury and Chas Jankel

Reasons to be cheerful part 3

Performer: Ian Dury & The Blockheads

Stiff Records STIFD 107 Tr.1

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