Episode 2: Bewildered Dad’s Yorkshire Radio Show

There’s a new episode of Bewildered Dad’s Yorkshire Radio Show right here for you to listen to. This week, I pay tribute to the late Steve Mackey of Pulp with three songs from three different periods of the band’s history. There’s also the story of why I need to move away from my village immediately.

Listen now to the show

You’ll hear a song I wish I didn’t have to play from the amazing Commoners Choir. I mean, it’s a great song from an important artist, but you’ll see what I mean. Hear tunes from Sheffield‘s Human League, Fun-Da-Mental from Bradford, Leeds’ English Teacher and much more.

Also, find out how Freda Payne’s Band of Gold is affiliated with Yorkshire…

Episode 2 Tracklisting

1. Where Have You Been Tonight? – Shed Seven

2. Razzmatazz – Pulp

3. Sunshine After The Rain – Berri

4. Mental Maths – English Teacher

5. Me and the Farmer – Housemartins

6. Common People – Pulp

7. Lah-Di-Dah – Jake Thackray

8. Mirror Kissers – The Cribs

9. Love Action – Human League

10. Citizen Shanty – Commoners Choir

11. Ja Sha Taan – Fun-Da-Mental

12. Band of Gold – Freda Payne

13. Trees – Pulp

Steve Mackey Interview

Here’s the interview with Steve Mackey that I nicked a bit of from the internet. It’s only fair I share it, right?

Any comments?

If you have any comments, suggestions, requests, ideas for a Yorkshire Affiliated artist or anything else to share, contact me through this site.

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