Date Artist Tracks Notes
07.06.04 Badly Drawn Boy One Plus One Is One
Easy Love
Year Of The Rat
Damon Gough performed the tracks with his band
09.06.04 Bic Runga Something Good
Last minute replacement for Supergrass
15.06.04 The Charlatans Feel The Pressure
Dead Love
High Up Your Tree
Full band performance
21.06.04 John Prine Souvenirs
I'm Just Gettin' By
Sam Stone
Performed with Jason Wilber on guitar
23.06.04 Kings Of Convenience Homesick
28.06.04 Jim Moray Come All You Fair & Tender Lovers
Come With Me
Performed with Jonny Race on guitar
30.06.04 Feist Gatekeeper
One Evening
Lesley Feist solo
01.07.04 Supergrass Late In The Day
Seen The Light
Caught By The Fuzz
Mickey & Gaz performed the tracks
06.07.04 Elbow Not A Job
Fugitive Motel
Switching Off
Guy, Mark and Craig performed the tracks
14.07.04 Hot Club Of Cowtown Ida Red
I Can't Believe You're In Love With Me
It Stops With Me
15.07.04 Eliza Carthy I Used To Be Colour Blind Performed by Eliza on the accordion, she also reviewed the DVDs of 'School Of Rock' and 'A Mighty Wind'
20.07.04 Patti Smith My Blakean Year The track was recorded on 02.07.04 along with an interview that was broadcast in three parts throughout this evening's show
21.07.04 Rufus Wainwright Pretty Things
Dinner At Eight
The tracks were performed by Rufus on the piano
22.07.04 Noddy Holder Sweet Georgia Brown Played after the show's TV critic (and former Slade frontman) mentioned that it was first track he ever learnt to play on the guitar, he played guitar and whistled
26.07.04 Tanya Donelly Whiskey Tango
My Life As A Ghost
The Center
28.07.04 Graham Coxon Bottom Bunk
All Over Me
29.07.04 Thea Gilmore Razor Valentine
Bad Moon Rising
The show was live from the Cambridge Folk Festival, these tracks were recorded live and acoustic on the Radio 2 stage earlier that evening, Mark also interviewed her. Bad Moon Rising is a cover of the Creedence Clearwater Revival song. The show also featured an interview and session with Mishe, an interview with Tom Robinson and a recorded interview and tracks from Gillian Welch and David Rawlings
29.07.04 Mishe traditional jig
West Coast Road jig
Three Giants jig
Live in session at the Cambridge folk festival (see above for more details) the three jigs were very short and recorded one after the other
29.07.04 Gillian Welch and David Rawlings Make Me Down A Pallet On Your Floor
Wrecking Ball
The interview and tracks were recorded a few days previously in Manchester but was broadcast at the Cambridge Folk Festival
04.08.04 Tim Booth Wave Hello
Down To The Sea
Please Fall In Love With Me
The original version of the last track was recorded by Booth & The Bad Angel, a collaboration between Tim, Angelo Badalamenti and Bernard Butler
05.08.04 Bernard Wrigley Nellie The Elephant Performed on a contrabass concertina, Bernard also discussed urban myths on the show
10.08.04 Piney Gir Greetings, Salutations, Goodbye
The album version of Nightsong is a duet between Piney and Simple Kid, here Mark filled in for him
16.08.04 John Hegley A Jesus Isn't Just For Christmas
Left Foot Poem
The show was live from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and also featured Ross Noble and Tim Abrahams. AJIJFK was performed on a mandolin, Left Foot Poem was not suprisingly a poem
18.08.04 Johnny Dickinson The Beach Road
The Gypsy Laddy
The show came live from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and also featured Eliza Carthy, Stewart Lee and The Flight Of The Conchords. Johnny played slide guitar using a brandy bottleneck, The Gypsy Laddy was originally by Black Jack Davy
18.08.04 The Flight Of The Conchords Business Time
Hip Hop O Potamus
Folk parodists from New Zealand, see above for details of the show
23.08.04 The 5,6,7,8s Dream Boy
Guitar Date
Woo Hoo!
The show was presented by Mark Lamarr
24.08.04 Easyworld 'Til The Day
How Did It Ever Come To This?
Young Hearts Run Free
The show was presented by Mark Lamarr, Young Hearts Run Free is a cover of the Candi Staton track
31.08.04 Bernard Wrigley Corina Corina Just Bernard and his guitar
01.09.04 Phil Manzanera Own Composition
02.09.04 A Girl Called Eddy The Long Goodbye
People Used To Dream About The Future
Life Thru The Same Lens
Erin (aka Eddy) was joined by her band, Mark joined in with the backing vocals on the final track which had to be started again after everyone ground to a halt midway through the first attempt
07.09.04 Julian Cope Living In the Room They Found Sadam In
World War Pigs
Julian also discussed his new book 'Megalithic European: The 21st Century Traveller In Prehistoric Europe'
08.09.04 The Durutti Column Otis
Sea Lion Woman
My Mum
14.09.04 Aberfeldy A Friend Like You
Love Is An Arrow
Summer's Gone
27.09.04 Kate Rusby The Good Man
Underneath The Stars
Kate was joined by her band for the first two tracks
28.09.04 Charlotte Hatherley Grey Will Fade
Kim Wilde
05.10.04 Travis Sing
Why Does It Always Rain On Me?
Writing To Reach You
live set from the Cavern Club in Liverpool
05.10.04 The Basement Do You Think You're Moving On? Live from the Cavern Club in Liverpool
06.10.04 The Basement I Just Caught A Face Live from the Cavern Club in Liverpool
06.10.04 Embrace Ashes
Come Back To What You Know
All You Good Good People
Live set from the Cavern Club in Liverpool
11.10.04 Martin Simpson You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go
Rolling & Tumbling
John Hardy
All the songs were covers
12.10.04 K.T. Tunstall Miniature Disasters
Stoppin' The Love
Throw Me A Rope
18.10.04 Mr. David Viner Long Gone Honey
Nobody's Business
St. James Infirmary Blues
25.10.04 Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds Hiding All Away
Babe You Turn Me On
There She Goes, My Beautiful World
Mark Lamarr was presenting the show
28.10.04 The Divine Comedy Absent Friends
Leaving Today
No One Knows
Mark Lamarr was presenting the show, No One Knows originally by Queens Of The Stone Age
02.11.04 Ed Harcourt This One's For You
Black Dress
This session was pre-recorded
03.11.04 Hilary James & Simon Mayor Travellin' Blues
Hunt The Squirrel/Long Odds
The Dream
16.11.04 Thea Gilmore Play Until The Bottle's Gone
Red, White & Black
17.11.04 Zero 7 Home
In Time
Waiting Line
23.11.04 Camper Van Beethoven That Gum You Like Is Back In Style
Might Makes Right
29.11.04 Paul Buchanan I Would Never
Because Of Toledo
She Saw The World
A solo session from the singer of The Blue Nile
30.11.04 Ian McMillan Praise The Lard The band featured Ian McMillan on lead vocals, Mark drumming on the desk, John Leonard on banjo and Chris 'Dark Prince' Lee on guitar, the lyrics were written by the listeners with input from Ian
01.12.04 Ash Orpheus
Shining Light
Renegade Calvalcade
06.12.04 John Hegley Saint George's Day Poem
08.12.04 Mull Historical Society Tree Scavengers
The Final Arrears
In The Next Life
16.12.04 Nic Armstrong On A Promise
Broken Mouth Blues
If We Can Escape My Pretty
21.12.04 Candidate Moving An Oil Rig
Sowing Song
Boulder To Birmingham
'Boulder To Birmingham' originally by Emmylou Harris
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