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Episode 122 · 4 years ago

The Ska Show with Beefy, August 2nd 2018

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

The Ska Show with Beefy is the world's premier dedicated weekly live Ska Show. Beefy only selects 2 hours of the finest Ska and Punk tunes from all corners of the globe to hit the Southern FM airwaves and this week is incredibly special as we are joined by Bruce Boots Hearn from the legends of Australia Ska, The Strange Tenants. We'd like to thank the Tenants for allowing us the World Premiere of their new single, Love Is Blind. This week's show also features tracks from The Specials, The English Beat, Captain Ska, The Interrupters, Bruno Mars, H-Block 101, RUde Boy George, Save Ferris, Taj Motel Trio, Reel Big Fish, Bar STool Preachers, The 131s, Strum 101, The Hempsteadys, Alla Spina, Melbourne Ska Orchestra, Cut Capers, Upbeat All-Stars, Chris Duke & The Royals, 7 Seconds Of Love.

You wonder most starlessness. I'm calling black. Allegedly I am the Queen Star. I'm here in Melbourne. You're listening to the star show with beafy and I've put him right beside me and I'm feeling at don't watch. Watch this. This is the heavy, heavy mugs, the song, the nutsy songs, a room who shot the pomple? This is this is job, is make you. This is how awesome is that? Three tracks from the specials,...

...if from their reunion concerts too. Thousand and nine based the first time, near enough, in their hometown, Birmingham. All close to condries, at hometown, obviously, but Birmingham. They were there in the O two, banging it out to thousands and thousand. So that was do the dog dawning of a new era and gangsters eagerly awaited from to thousand and nine are. What a kickstart to this show. Absolutely fantastic. You listening to the scar show with me, beefy, so the firm Adia, three, those sweet, sweet scarce sounds of the bay side. You cannot get better than this. Thank you for joining me wherever youwhere in the world. If you're listening online wwwomcom today, you well if you're tuned in on eighty eighty three, if you're in around Melbourne, fantastic, or if you're on tuning. Thank you for joining me, wherever you are. It is Thursday afternoon. We are one step closer to the weekend and that means scat tunes coming at Shah left, right and center. Two hours of some absolute belters and we got some new stuff, we got some old stuff, we got some absolute classic stuff and we might even have a surprised guest fairly, fairly shortly, because out of the woodwork one of the godfathers, the band godfathers of Australian scam music of just release some new tunes. Oh yes, they do. Talking of new tunes, they waggling and the English beat. They have a new CD out. We've been playing the total track of that album, but not tip track, the least single of that quite a bit. I'm going to play another tune off this album. This is called the one and the only. Soon as the time Drug Jack, welcome back to the scar show...

...with me, beefy and very, very great pleasure. The Godfather's Australian start. SCAR. It's Thursday. I'm getting through a tongues tied up Godfather's Australian scar. They're back. Strange tenants, unbelievably, have new music. I shouldn't say I'm believably. have been kind of very prolific over the years and it's great to see them getting a new stuff. And I've got boots, hern bruce ee on the line. Oh what a momentous day. Thanks for Jonas Bruce. Good on your right years. This is the world wide premiere. It is on the very, very plays and the well look. As You well know, I've been a big fan of your guys since coming across you, you know, the band, when I moved to Australia, and I am always glad when you guys well one, when you play into when you put new music game. Yeah, good, none outs. It's look, I think the the the older you get, you know, like we are any bandersnard for thirty seven years, you'll appreciate more and more, actually, you know, the worse of creativity, of creating music and the joy that it brings to people and all that, and sometimes perhaps pups when we were younger, but was all true. Traded the whole thing a little bit more frivolously and didn't really think about it. But now it actually sounds more important in a way. I actually get a more of the kick about it, kick out of it now than than there then. You know. So, yeah, now it's great. Well, I think you're in the same boat as quite a few others because Dave Wait Glynn and the English beat, he's just put out a new new album. Mighty mighty bus stones are just put out a new CD, obviously rented. Have got new stuff out and everything is all sudden. They just seems to be a little bit of momentum behind the genre and people. The one great thing, as we both know, about scares, you can take it anyway you like and obviously this new single as well as a little bit different too. Yeah, well, it's it's probably more reggae actually this this particular single. But you know, the connection between scar and reggae is it's so closed and it's really all out of the same genre anyway. But we've always been we've always had that sort of reggae side tours as well as the scar and yeah, we just thought we'd start off with the first singles. is a sort of ballot. And Yeah, it's a bear. Mean I think it's a beautiful song. I hope people like it and we're just really wrapped. After all these years of playing and and recording our own music, we finally got a really good producer to mix it and and release it and was sue our contacts in Coventry in the UK. We got Roger Lomas is, the hesn't he's a Grammy Award winning...

...record producer. He's produced the specials, the selector, Lee, scratch, Perry, you know, you name it here. He's worked with all of them and I'm going to say a few if you if people do look up Roger Lomas on and look up his discography, it is absolutely unbelievable. I mean the guy's been going since I mean he's getting on a bit now, because he's been going since the S. we're all getting on a him on a bit, if you don't rub it in my yeah, I know, but he's been involved with bad managers, Joe Cocker, Gladys Nine, the pitch, Bobby Willmake, bootsie Collins I see in the list as well, but he's a good one. He's been involved with suicidal tendencies as well. So we gets the the full range going, absolutely absolutely and we were really pleased at what he when we contacted him. Could we made some contacts at the Coventry Music Museum and we played in Coventry a few years back in the Ukay, and that was through there that they put us into contact with with Rogers. We're looking for a we wanted a really good engineer, that someone that actually really understood the music because unfortunately, because Australia historically didn't have a history of Reggae, scar, that sort of what you know, what I suppose, what some people would call black music, which is in a way that roots you sort of stuff. Engineers didn't really quite understand the sound in Australia and we're always, you know, just struking to find try and find someone who really understands what we're the sound we're trying to get. And when we got onto Roger E, he just he listened to our stuff and the first thing he said to us he said he said I don't care whether you're a scar band or what you are. Said, I just like your songs and I reckon your songs. Crossover. Doesn't matter whether people like scar or not. The songs are good, the band's good and he just loves what we're doing so. And then he said, so what do you want me to do with your music? And I just said right, we've waited thirty seven years to work with someone like you. You just do what you want to do. And he said that's fantastic, that's what I want to hear. So we just let him. Let him rip, you know. So we're just wrapped with the product. Yeah, excellent. And now I know you told me Perm I know you told me about six months ago. That basicly been it's been finished for a while, the actual recording and you were just waiting on on Roger a kind of whip it all together, think, get a final product. But so the new albums called militant style any reason? What's the background behind this? Two things. We've dedicated the album to geff, our drummer, longtime drummer. We passed away last year, and and militant style partly refers to the style of drumming. It's a sort of a drumming styles of a reggae sort of scar beat, and so it's a reference to him. Plus, you know, we're known for not not, not putting backward and coming forward with a singing about things that we've care about. So our politics have always been a bit of militant as well. So we figured it. It's sort of it's sort of covered to, you know, get too manys to it. But yeah, I just I just thought I thought it was a really nice, really strong title and sort of what the band's all about and and and as a way, as I said, of us sort of paying tribute to to Jeff. Yeah, no, and I'm glad you mentioned Jeff Denny, because the worlds are set up place, unfortunately, with a with a jeff kicking around. and well, I mean even outside of your gigs. I used to see him everywhere around ten, you know, we always took in live music and he was a massive supporter of live music. And it's, like I said, it is a it's a set of Melbourne is a set of place. Without Jeff been around the world's say, out of place. And Yeah, I mean we didn't for a long while. We weren't one of the we weren't even quite sure, if you know, if we keep going as a band after following Jeff, you know, was him passing away. But in a sense we in a way on he'd want us to keep going, because he just loved music and so yeah, so what all we can do is each time we perform, you know it. He's with us there on stage, you know, and that's that's, you know, the thought. That's all we can do. Yes, definitely give it, give it our best. Yeah, and well, I mean in the last couple of years as well you've brought in some new, younger members of the band and it's a it's a family, a fair nowadays for you guys. Yeah, it's a bit like the bit like the Neville Brothers, I think. You know. I think they've done the same thing. You Know Orleans that. Yeah, so Alex, my son, he plays will, in fact he sort of has taken over as our drummer, but he actually won't be on our tour in November because he's going to be overseas. He stuffed up. Is the timing of that very badly. So we got someone else feeling in on drums, but normally will have our normally about Alex doing the drums with us. And then we got Johnny Holmes, is son Dan. It's been playing with them, Guitar with us for a few years. So yeah, so I've got two gent two generations. What we're thinking that way. You know he's watching all of the rituals of all parts on. You know, maybe the band will still be going. Yeah, the sons of tenants. Let's see exactly t talking of at all we've get. You've given everyone a bit of a long lead time to...

...get ready for this tour. November ten you kick off at the zoo in Brisbane, and then sixteen and Seventeen and twenty three. November's a weekend affair for you guys because you're all still working, unfortunately. So it's the weekends coming up. So Brisbane, Sydney, Sydney Adelaide and then finally Melbourne on the first of December. So that's a lot to look for to so we're in the meantime between now and then one is there any shows or two? Just going to get in rehearse and make sure you've still got that magic. Yeah, yeah, look, we don't like to overrehearse. Will Have Weill have a couple of rehearsals and the main reason we're doing that is we good because we're going to bring in a new drummer just for the t too, or so we figured. We really put them make sure we reverse with it before he thought he hit the road. But now we're like we sort of like to keep it fresh, you know, and energetic and just a little bit on the edge, you know. So all the guys in the band, they're just not a little bit unsure about you know, and it just it just sort of adds to the energy. You know, I think sometimes some bands, I think, can over rehearse and it just it comes across to the audiences a bit sort of to I don't know, just too slick and lacking in you know, I don't know what the word you're looking for his manufactured Bruce. I think. Yeah, that's one word for it, you know. And Yeah, so we just would like to keep it pretty sort of, you know, energetic and sort of dynamic and and sort of authentic. You know what. We wanted to be real in a sense. I think that's the mat that's the main thing we want to get through in our music. And Yeah, so we're wren do it for a while now. So we're just we're not going to change the way we do it this that this stage of the game. Now, that's exactly right. But it's great to see people like yourselves getting out there. I mean looney change, the starting to play again. Scavend is played last Saturday night. All the old boys are back at it and on trying to lose a bit of weight and trying to get fit again by just play music. Yeah, now, look as if a chip. It's in your blood, you know. That's what you got to do. Yeah, so, well, just we're just sort of on it in a way that audiences have stuck with us, you know, as I said, over thirty, thirty seven years. Yeah, I mean it's just, it's it's just, it's it's mindbogging week. I can't believe it, you know. Yeah, well, for for a band has never had a record company, never had management, never had, you know, bloody anything. You know, it's we've been a really we've always been a completely totally independent sort of band in and in and some people have often said to us, you know, you know, you that stopped you. You know, you could have had a hit here or that, and I said yeah, yeah, but it's actually maintained us. Yeah, that's why we're still going, you know. So you really wouldn't wouldn't want to change anything. No, I remember you telling me the story of years ago about the time you nearly, nearly. We're on cant down. Yeah, yeah, well, you know, we I don't think we fitted the image of what countdown was trying to project at the time, you know, so ore into hair cut sort of synthpop band, yeah, or just sort of just sort of pub rock, you know. And they couldn't get there. They couldn't get their head around and around what we were doing, you know. But anyway, that fair enough. May I kicked off the show with the specials reading GIG from two thousand nine three, three tracks from there, and obviously, you know they're still going strong at what forty one now? So you're still in the ballpark with the with those guys, and it's a catching up to him. They're still going strong, though. I mean that's the thing they keep putty well, not producing new music, which is which is a bit of a shame. So that's you've got one up on them there. Well, unfortunately, I guess unfortunately with the specials, I mean the musical genius behind their band was Jerry Damas, and he hasn't played with them since, you know, the early S. no, sorry one, yeah, but it's still it's still great to say them. See, when you sit you see him live. They still put on a fantastic show now, absolutely superb. Tell us about love is blind boost. Yeah, well, it's as a it's a it's a reggae track, it's it's a ballad and while a lot of our songs, you know, sort of known to be about, you know, big sort of political social issues, you know, against war and stuff, like soldier boy and the songs like that, this is I guess it's a love song, but it's it's more about the whole nature of obsession really, and we will fortunate we're able to my brother put together a fabulous clip for it, using footage of when we were in London and Paris in two thousand and fourteen, when we did our oversease too. And Yeah, there's some great some great sort of images around the streets of Paris and London and a yeah, just just focusing on obsession, you know, whether it whether it's love, whether it's sex, whatever it is, you know. And Yeah, I don't think it's just got a really haunting you know. I mean I just think I think it's got a great I guess we sort of came into reggae very much influenced by you be forty. You know, we toured with them a few times back near the S and there's a little bit of that, I guess, sort of feel in...

...the song. But it's, yeah, people love it. Yeah, definitely all I do, and that's, you know, it's coming from me and I'm not really I'm kind of the other side of the sky window to to the REGGAE side. But now I do enjoy this and I do enjoy some of your later stuff. That kind of well, your might, you might will probably release one or two other singles, you know, before even before the album comes out in mid September. And Yeah, I think the other ones been mighty more up your alley. They think so. Definitely. Well, may we're going to play. We're going to do the world premiere of love is Brian Blind Mate. Thank you for joining us, thanks for spending a little bit of time with us today. We'll have to get you in the studio soon. We'll have to go through kind of your your kind of discography. That your favorite desert island disso to speak. Well, if they get you in one afternoon when we when we get closer to the release date for this. But, like I said, I'm going to play. The will premier on South their firm for strange tennis. Love is blind. Bruce Boots Herne, thank you very much. Best to luck with everything and we'll keep in touch over the coming months and we'll look and four to November. Absolutely glad your baby see if he'll thanks, prettie. All right, this is it. Love is blind. Strange tenans brand new music will premiere on the scar show with beefy. Absolute pleasure to be joined by Bruce boots her and. This is it. Love is blind. Everyone, my love, my love, your fastest crusts the outside welcomes flashing by everything. My Love. You're my session, you're my jealousy, you're my diction, my sweet that you see. You're my every reason, my every week breadst confess, you're my life and death, my love. Everything my love, and I want my spirit. You're my ghost. country's your mind, my nights,...

...every dreams. Call you everything, my love, everything my love. Smile. Everything looks black. Strong language, wrong language, wrong language. One feeling kind of strange, a little bit hungover though it was to blame, got out of the bed to stretch up off my legs. Realized a series problem with my head. was having the weird and horrible thors, a buying shad or without a bread force looked into the mirror to see what was the blame. The fucking tors have pivertize your brain. Try a few weeks later, a letter. Again, they're selling of your heart. So sorry, I regrets you're inadequate inspection led to our recommendation that a private sector sponsor win and prove the situation when measuring your heart rate against a natural school and if you fail the test, and we'll just TEU some more. There are too many emotions detracting commersults. Let's private clis keeps on privatize all the others. That is captain scar they they put the scar back into the chats couple of years ago in the UK. First scar hit for quite a while with their tune. A liar liar, that one is a kind of talking about politically active or political activist bands like strange tenants. Not a political activist, but but captain scarred definitely are and they have been quite amazing. So that one's against the Tories and they're kind of way of selling off the nhs without really telling anyone. So, but they did. A Liar Lion. Like I said, number four in the UK. Church is quite it. It was an underground hit and then suddenly just got launched due to the political situation the UK and unbelievable that it broke through into the mainstream and they have been going...

...strong ever since. I think they're playing boom time fair, which must be coming up in a couple of weeks time. It's always kind of mead early to mid August, so boom time fair is huge. It is absolutely fantastic. It is the kind of the scar and Punk version of a big dad I suppose, or one of those festivals that we have over here. So I'm pretty sure captain scar playing in boom time fair. Then in is it winchester? I think it is somewhere down south anyway, and it's great to chat to Bruce Hern as well from strange tenants, because it's good to know that the boys can produce new music and it being relevant today, and that's the most important thing now, talking about new music, just this week on Jimmy Kimmel live, which is obviously one of the biggest talk shows in the United States of America, the interrupters were on with their new single. There this cocked a bit of flak because the performance was so good. They got accused of using a backing track. And didn't that cause a bit of a Fu raw because the interrupters hit bag said now everything was live. So she's kerosene. Is actually got into the US kind of alternative rock chats, which for a s car tune, that is very, very rare to you got to get the album. Fight, the good fight. It is awesome. It is half an hour of just absolutely belting tunes. I have to say what's the title? Fighter is the one of my favorite tunes now of all time. It is. That's how good it is. But this is their lead singers called cheese cares. I'm going to take this off, Jimmy Kimmel alive. This is their actual performance from the other night. Amy Interrupt and the DEVONA brothers. She's kerosene's a good fight. She's kerosene the last time, so she stopped shaking it out. He's afraid she's the last time. She gonna for the last time. I just want that's all the day.

I swell. I'm gonna keep teach. I just wanna Nice. Girl has really nice. She's gonna Screen. This is my God, Greg Yeah, kind of nothing. A Huh. That was dedicated to Miss Claire Boots, he boot there. She loves bit of Bruno Mars. Sounds like a cover, kind of, but it's actually Bruno Mars actually making his own music. More listen, the ball should have been done that way in the first place and I might respect him anyway. Talking to covers, stay tuned. Second out of the show. We always work in a load of covers to kick the hour off. They could be anything. That could be a bit of Justin beaver. I could be a bit of led Zeppelin. They could be a bit of bully Joel. No, they won't be Billy Joel Anyway, but they could be anything. So stay tune. Let's kick off the O that, but it be a bit of Punk Rock. They'll be all sorts. Whatever takes my fancy to get you through to the weekend. We're gonna have a bit of news. This is a song that I just happen to chance support. I whet the CD on in the can or a bit of a punk rock band from Melbourne from day's gone by, and right in the last track of the album is a song called done wrong. For All you old punk skeankers out there. Do you remember h block one? I one needs to play coca color colonization a lot, which is one of my favorite kind of banging tunes of all time. But just on this CD, number eleven, it's a double city. She's a very last song on the whole thing done wrong. It's a little scar tunes got horns and everything for punk rock band. I am just I just love it. So let's hear a bit of h block one, hundred and one. Stay tuned. After the news. Will be back. Second Hour covers punk rock new releases. Listen to me waffling on. Love it. Stay tuned. Sascattihow with me. befy eighty eight three S. THEY'RE FM H block. What I won. Let's rock it. You better stop dreaming out quiet. It's the one will...

...never know. I quit running for that one way fuss, Rosie Day, the things you've because rose and rose up. Use was dying in the dairy yard, lonely house was chotts. It's enough to struggle after struggle in Sundays with a cut down, a decision. At the moment, just going round...

...and creaking sweet breeze in a sound in the sound and lean. All I speak. He means at this moment. You mean Save Ferris there with their...

...take on dexis midnight runners. Come on, Eileen. Absolutely fantastic. Welcome back to the sky show with me. Be for you, listening to suddenly firm ADI. Three sweet, sweet, scarce sounds of the bay side. Thursday afternoons have never been this great. We are one step closer to the weekend. Whilst we played, then we played ripert George with the Gams tank called malice. Love that absolutely fantastic. That is we're gonna Bang into some monkeys. Oh Yeah, the monkey's not monkey used to present in this show. They have just released. This is a kind of the latest one for them. Is quite new. They're take on the monkeys. I'm a believer. Taj Motel trio. Look them up. Think they're from York, somewhere in there. We'll find out for you, but this is I'm a believer. From the monkeys. I don't know what's let's say day's not my shy away slowly. The life is okay. Say after me things that you say,...

...baby, you're all the things I've got to remember. Shying away, I found my face exactly a sign to move fright, but I come face the morning because I've got demon s trace me down. She said, let's do that to step question where we break each other back to the another night. Women left in silence. Silent. It was like your words away from me six weeks, through months to offer here. I still got your voice in my ear. It's keeping me on money's you. Ever, have you ever? Have you ever been done before you? Ever have had you? Ever you ever wanted to side? Try to too many times up and strung out glass it along, it outside my mind, but with my might ship on my side, I I can. I find you. Ever, have you? Ever? You ever been done by love? You ever? Ever you ever wanted to say of whether he could call? That goes off complete control ut much smoke in the kitchen, keeping my eyes Ta. We gonna...

...all well Fast Day together. Moved Down with the big Cilly kids and a silver spoons hanging from their mouth like a spritch Gett gets a yeah, Luke Yo woodes kids in La if you need you, Luke Yo would fix by the way, playing on your King Cannon. See Your Luke gooden halfway. One hundred and three ones tunes. He is gotta be a residency. I think it's the last week of his residency at the transits rooftop bar ran a heart of Melbourne. Tomorrow night between seven and nine. Basically get along, there's a freebe just get yeah the walk into the weekend. Just kick it off with a bit of Luke Yo Wood and he's very, very good place by himself. Yet the old Gretch acoustick out last this week to play a load of tunes. But what a performer Lukey's and we look forward to seeing him more and more. Loves this music. Open a new studio, halfway records. I think it's in in well Proun. I think it is right in the heart of just off Chapel Street there. So if you're in a band and you need rehearsal space or recording space and get hold of Luke Yo Wood. I think he's going to come in and host the show with me in a couple of weeks time as well and take us through some of his classic hits and I for One am looking forward to that because I am a massive king cannons fan, big Luk Yo wood fan to and as well as the one three ones, obviously, yes, you are listening to the scary show would beefee. Before the three ones, we had barstool preachers. That is off their brand a new album. Yes, another brand new album. unbelieve what that was called cold choose, my friends, and you may have just heard the guest vocals of Miss Amy, interrupter as well. She is very, very busy, and why not? She is an absolute class act.

The album is called, what is it called? Bir still preachers, governor, good to see, I think it is. But get it. It is brilliant. I've played a lot of tunes off that over the last couple of weeks. I think it's out. Maybe me out today in all fairness. Before that real big fish. Back to the covers. Take on me and motel tree or brand new, the monkeys. I'm a believer. Going to keep going with the punk rock. Now this one. These boys are out of Finland. They actually got in touch with me and said, beefy, you're not playing any of our tunes and that's why. One well, I've never heard of you, and to I didn't have any. So they sent me their new album. These boys are called strum one hundred and one. They are, like I said, out of Finland. It is a bit punk rocky. It has got Ska and the tones, but I do. I like it. It is an absolute great little blast from the past. Talking about the past, this song is off their album. It is strum a one hundred and one. They're out of Finland. Hey, if you're in a band, by the way, play send me music. I'll play it. SCA punk, SCA PUNK, punk scar. Look, I'll play rock, study, Blue Beat, Ragam Metal, whatever angle you've got in the scar world, please send it to me. Just get in touch with their facebook page just to look up the sky show would be for your the scar show on some their firm. You will find us. Get in touch with me that way. Give us a like as roll. All the playlists are this. So if I don't back in outswhich on a bit prone to do because I get pick carried away with the music, all the playlists are their full replays of each show. The facebook page is going gang busses a minute. We because we play so much diverse music from all corners of the globe. I just love involving bands, so please get in touch. Gives a like and say hello. Send me a request as well. Why not do anything you like. In all honesty, I don't care. Just get involved. I'm thankful you are giving us the time of day and getting your scare fixed weekend. We get anyway. Back to the music. This is stroum one hundred and one. They're a scalp. I'm Bann out of Finland. This is called ghost of the past. Please to wants to let out. We never go what the wrong and get any better day. Night was wrong, and who's like you any better? Five baseball. CARROL's...

...stayed in the year the DASS Diet. That is the well by the by, the hemp steadies. They are out of New London County, Connecticut, and they were a band that got in touch with me. So beefy by a tune, so I did. They've got a brand new home. It came out yesterday. SEANCE, seance, Levin Trekker. Absolutely great stuff on their bit of the clash, as you can hear on that Tumber the well. But there's all sorts of it's very, very diverse the city. So we're Yep, get that in. Yeah, the hemp steadies. Look them up on facebook and all digital streaming platforms. Is the new album? Absolutely great for that at a Finland strum one hundred and one ghost of the past. Hope you like that. I do UN like it a lot. At a Brisbane a couple of girls, a couple of boys. They called Alatspina. This one is from a little bit back. It is called Tony, but check them out, Allah spinner. HMM. They need to be in Melbourne soon. I haven't seen them for quite a while. Living Start, I can't understand you and I be they must in life. But the end of the nine I'm running out of time. I'm gonna get high. Any facet in my head running on my brain now. Wanna do something? You Shame. No, no, what I want and it's not I'm say,...

...show you how to rock and you're the one to play. It's not me that you wanna see. No, don't say you don't make you drag your take on the phone, saying I think we as a foolish truth, subscribe rember what you think in the show, trying to say you found remember your mind. I'm a show, a change your mind. I'm a show a...

Melbourne Scar Orchestra, Nicky bomber and the rest of the crew. That is song number thirty in a single week for the year. So they're well over halfway. Number thirty. It's called change your mind. Still trying to track down Nicky bomber to come in and spend a bit of time with us, but that project is absolutely flying. They get unbelieable response. So for every single they do they actually whiped together a little video as well, and but a single a week. They're going to do fifty two singles this year. A lot of the covers love of the TV theme tunes. weirdly enough, I'm not quite sure the background to change your mind, but it sounds absolutely fantastic. I love it. There you go. What else we got was before that Alaspina at a Brisbane with Tony. I love those girls and boys, absolutely brilliant. Right, we're got to pay a bit of a tribute to the winner of the Tour de France, that's cycling race. Whiles the keys of the cycling world. Of course they are. And it's been a while since I played any Welsh SCA garant Thomas. Yes, so you say it get ain't Thomas. He's from Cardiff. There is a bank called cut capers. They are out of Cardiff. This tune is called scared if, Oh yes, it is scared. If cut papers, this could even be cut keeper's debut on the scary show would be if I'm not too sure. But anyway, we're celebrating whales. Were celebrating Garant Thomas with celebrating the Tour de France victory. Oh Yeah, let's do it for the diff scare. If it is here, we go cut papers night. Friday night. He was like, let's be a my house, right, and then down to night to write there, prepared to leave that weekend. was aware we put a brand in a back with this. He's like he's open doors and head straight for the bar where the bag and drinks start. The bazee a girl like you do, but suddens the murders. I never have before. Yea From York doesn't look for a contime. Says because he's got the fire, because the feeling I'm getting and go away for all. Yeah, Chris Duke...

...and the rolls would a bit of interlude stuff, vig table list. And then before that too, bands from Wales, upbeat, all stars, Cross between Cardiff and you put Christie Holland and the folks there. The bus and the cut capers are at the Cardiff doing a scared if in a tribute to Garant Thomas's win in the Torti France. On the weekend, because we love celebrating a Welsh victories, will have celebrating well, scar actually, we love celebrating scar from all over the planet. Course we do. Thank you for joining me. We have absolutely flown through this two hours because the music is just so go good. Just takes us away. In fact it takes us nicely into the weekend. Course it does. Please, please, please,...

...get out support your local lives. Music's seen doesn't have to be scare. If there is a scar bend playing, please go and see him. Don't matter if you're in Melbourne, Auckland, London or Berry Island. Get and see them. I got to thank Bruce Boots Herne from strange tennis for joining us today and previewing here the brand new single from the tenants and a new album coming out soon, militant style. Apart from that, thank you for joining me. Give us a like on facebook. Just look up the scar show on sudden effem of the scar show with beefy, because you know, it makes sense if you're in a band, semi music part from that enjoy your weekend and I have had a lot of fun, as normal. I do love doing this show. It is absolutely fantastic. It is an absolute joy and a pleasure to share my love of the scar world with you all. I am a beefy ill will join you again next week. We will have another two hours of some of the best car tunes from all over the planet. In the meantime, who's that man with a souper on his head? WHOA Super Super Super Super Super Super Super Super Super Super.

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