Jun 302019
 
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Good heavens! The European Perspective is back!

From the new studio, Wilf brings you an eclectic selection of music from across the world. Do feel free to let us know what you think by taking part in the discussions on Facebook in the European Perspective Listeners group.


Led Zeppelin – Achilles Last Stand (10:25) from Presence, 1976
B-52’s – Deadbeat Club (04:47) from Cosmic Thing, 1989
Fat-Suit – For the Wicked (06:19) from Atlas, 2016
Duke 72 – Isadora (04:09) from The Mid Shires Herald, 2019
The Far Meadow – Sulis Rise (08:32) from Foreign Land, 2019
The Be Good Tanyas – For The Turnstiles (04:27) from Hello Love, 2006
The Flower Kings – Silent Inferno (14:22) from Unfold The Future, 2002
Joost Maglev – Demon (07:05) from Alter Ego, 2019
Pat Metheny Group – Are You Going With Me (08:51) from Offramp, 1982
Foo Fighters – My Poor Brain (03:33) from The Colour And The Shape, 1997
Sheryl Crow – There Goes the Neighborhood (05:02) from The Globe Sessions, 1998
Hatfield And The North – Fitter Stoke Has A Bath (04:35) from Hatfield And The North, 1974
The Osiris Club – The Hopeless Distance (04:26) from The Wine-Dark Sea, 2018
The Beatles – If I Needed Someone (02:22) from Rubber Soul, 1965
The Beatles – Revolution 1 (04:16) from The Beatles, 1968
The Beatles – The Long And Winding Road (03:34) from Let It Be… Naked, 2003
Barenaked Ladies – Aluminum (04:34) from Everything To Everyone, 2003
The La’s – Liberty Ship (02:30) from The La’s, 1988
Gong – Expresso (05:58) from Gazeuse!, 1976
Gomez – Even Song (04:45) from In Our Gun, 2002
Cheeto’s Magazine – Outflow (07:10) from Amazingous, 2019
The Gift – Snowfall (05:49) from Antenna, 2019
Tom Slatter – Butcher Boy (05:10) from Spirit Box, 2018
Jethro Tull – We Used To Know (04:00) from Stand Up, 1969
Pierre Moerlen’s Gong – Réminiscence (06:46) from Pentanine, 2004
Marillion – Grendel (18:55) from Recital Of The Script, 2009

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  One Response to “The European Perspective #257”

  1. Well worth the wait, Wilf! This is one of the most diverse and enjoyable sets you’ve ever compiled. Glad to have you back!

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