Harbour Bazaar with Steven Hastings : Celebration Of The Lizard - 04/06/2017

June 5, 2017

Pretty good pretty neat when the doors of the Harbour Bazaar swing open with our CELEBRATION OF THE LIZARD special! Featured artist THE DOORS, our chosen classic album CHELSEA GIRL by NICO and joining us for a live studio session we have heavy southern rock groovers HOBO with three hefty tracks!

Choosing tracks and inventing the new musical genre Groaner Rock HOBO's LEE MARTIN and along the way OWEN'S LA Stats and Facts where we learn about the legality of licking frogs & zoot suit riots, grunge auteur MARK LANAGAN in Then & Now, three linked songs Buried In The Bazaar, Guest Choice from Choice Guests bring out the noise and heaps more!


Banzai Washout - Dick Dale & The Deltones

You Make Me Real (Live) - The Doors

Egyptian Garden - Kaliedoscope

These Days - Nico from Chelsea Girl

Ashen - Hobo (Live In Session)

Lovebuzz - Shocking Blue

Peace Frog - The Doors

Not To Touch The Earth - The Doors

The Mob Goes Wild - Clutch

Stone The Crow - Down

Albatross - Corrosion Of Conformity

(Tell Me) Have You Ever Seen Me - The Small Faces

Black Moon - Hobo (Live In Session)

Moonlight Drive - The Doors

I'll Keep It WIth Mine - Nico from Chelsea Girl

Dollar Bill - Screaming Trees (Then) 

Nocturne - Mark Lanagan (Now)

The Celebration of the Lizard (Live) - The Doors

Bordello - Hobo (Live In Session)

The End (Apocalypse Now Soundtrack Version) - The Doors


HOBO information at http://hoboband.co.uk/ or Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/HOBOTUNES/

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Next Harbour Bazaar scheduled on 2nd July at 7pm. Hope you can join us!

Harbour Bazaar with Steven Hastings - The Bohemians, Edgar Jones & Steve Hooker

May 8, 2017

Live and new music in the Harbour Bazaar this month including our featured album THE SONG OF NIGHT AND DAY from EDGAR JONES, a rootsy live set from THE BOHEMIANS plus new music from Harbour Bazaar favourites STEVE HOOKER with a couple of rockin' tracks from his forthcoming album CROWMATIC!

Along the way Owen's Bohemian Stats and Facts, The Bunnymen in Cover Uncovered, Sparks in Then & Now which we could not fit in from last month, Guest Choices from Choice Guests and a Glorious Sixties Ye Ye Pop Moment, plus a classic from The Creation, Jim Jones & The Righteous Mind giving it plenty and a playlist featuring Stones, Serge Gainsburg, Howlin Wolf, The Shirelles and heaps more!

For details, music and news on Steve Hooker www.stevehooker.co.uk

For details and to purchase The Song Of Night And Day by Edgar Jones https://www.roughtrade.com/artist/edgar-jones

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Next Harbour Bazaar will be a The Doors : Celebration of the Lizard special with a live set from rockers HOBO. 4th June 2017 at www.sfob.co.uk


Who Shall Have My Fair Lady - Edith Sitwell

Biff Bang Pow - The Creation

Till It's All Gone - Jim Jones & The Righteous Mind

Serendipity Doo - Edgar Jones

Johnny B Goode - The Bohemians (Live)

Keep On Keepin' On - Steve Hooker

Lonnie Donegan - Rock Island Line

Howlin' Wolf - Rockin' Daddy (The London Sessions)

Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow - The Shirelles

In My Life - The Beatles

I've Never Loved A Man (Like I've Loved You) - Aretha Franklin

Wooly Bully -  Sam The Sham & The Pharoahs

Heartbreak Hotel - The Bohemians (Live)

Wait - Edgar Jones

People Are Strange - Echo & The Bunnymen

Bohemian Like You - The Dandy Warhols

Midnight Rambler - The Rolling Stones

Two Trains Running - Steve Hooker

Poupee De Cire, Poupee De Son - France Gall

Je T'Aime (Mai Non Plus) - Serge Gainsbourg

Here In Heaven - Sparks

Hippopotamus - Sparks

Ascension - Gorillaz

Big Eyed Boo - Edgar Jones

Shake Some Action (Demo) - The Flamin' Groovies

Who Do You Love - The Bohemians (Live)

Popular Song from Facade - William Walton with Peter Peers based on the poem by Edith Sitwell


Harbour Bazaar with Steven Hastings - Choc’s Jukebox & Classic Album Led Zeppelin II 02/04/2017

April 3, 2017

Like all good things the Harbour Bazaar goes heavy this month with our Choc's Jukebox show and a thumping Classic album choice of Led Zeppelin II!

Joining us in the studio will have the fabulous guitarist & songwriter Mark 'The Choc' James & Paul Scott from the RC plus suprise guest's James & Dan from Lo Chief dropping in and looking at Led Zeppelin's influences and legacy plus along the way Owen's Zeppelin Stats and Facts, plenty of Guest Choice from Choice Guests plus Little Richard going big beat, Man...or Astroman? surfing it up and heaps more including some first's for an SFOB show..!

We played

The Sound Waves Are Reversing! - Man..or Astroman?

Superlungs My Supergirl - Terry Reid

Heartbreaker - Led Zeppelin

Woman You Need Love - Killing Floor

Davy's Train Blues - Davy Graham

Nobody's Fault - Aerosmith

Gimme Shelter - Grand Funk Railroad

Bring It On Home - Led Zeppelin

Get Back - Big Bill Broonzy

Move Over - Janice Joplin

Whole Lotta Love - Led Zeppelin

Child In Time - Deep Purple

Driving South - The Stone Roses

Land Of A Thousand Dances - Little Richard

Sloth - Fairport Convention

Still Of The Night - Whitesnake

Living Loving Maid (She's Just A Woman)

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Next Show - 7th May 2017


Harbour Bazaar with Steven Hastings: - 05/03/2017

March 5, 2017

Podcast of our latest show - As a tribute to our recently departed fabulous friend, much loved campadre and SFOB shipmate Fintan Smith, co-host of the Harbour Bazaar, we have the final Box & Box chat recorded in Jan 17 in which he sets the world straight from the Ref's perspective plus an airing of the the Vivian Stanshall special from 2015 - the show that he described as his favourite out of all of the Bazaar's so far and with him just laughing and laughing in the studio along with the marvelous Al Naed and on the phone by Ki Longfellow-Stanshall.

One of a kind and I hope you enjoy!

Box Tribute Playlist

Cecilia Ann - The Pixies

If I Can't Change Your Mind - Sugar

Freedom - Beyonce

Wealth - Talk Talk

History Song - The Good The Bad & The Queen

followed by

Shimmy Shimmy Ko Ko Bop – Little Anthony & The Imperials
Lenny Valentino – Luke Haines
Jazz, Delicious Hot, Disgusting Cold – The Bonzo Dog Band
Canyons Of Your Mind – The Bonxo Dog Band – Live
Nadir’s Big Chance – Peter Hammill
Ginger Geezer – Vivian Stanshall from Teddy Boy’s Don’t Knit
Bewlderbeeste - Vivian Stanshall from Teddy Boy’s Don’t Knit
Keynsham - The Bonzo Dog Band
I’ve Got Money – The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown
Big Shot – The Bonzo Dog Band
Let’s be Natural – The Rutles
Little Hands – Skip Spence
Barabadabada – Ivory Cutler
Everyday I Have The Blows – Vivian Stanshall from Teddy Boys Don’t Knit
Walk On By – The Stranglers
The Answer – Savages
Interlewd – Vivian Stanshall from Sir Henry At Rawlinson End
Strange Tongues – Vivian Stanshall
My Pink Half Of the Drainpipe – The Bonzo Dog Band
The Cracks Are Showing – Vivian Stanshall from Teddy Boys Don’t Knit

Harbour Bazaar with Steven Hastings: Stagger Lee & Sun Records Special - 05/02/2017

February 6, 2017

Harbour Bazaar gets down in the studio this month with two stories to tell...firstly the story of the Stagger Lee- the notorious bad man whose murderous tale is featured in hundreds of songs from blues, folk, reggae, rock and murder ballads galore. We will be selecting our favourite versions and deciding which is the best!

Plus an extended What's In A Label featuring the first and only SUN RECORDS from Memphis, Tennessee.

Delighted that telling the story and choosing favourite tracks we are joined by DEAN AMOS from SUGAR RAY'S VINTAGE RECORDING STUDIO - the UK’s only existing authentic Vintage Mono Recording Studio, using original 50s equipment

Check out the studio at www.sugarraysvintagerecordings.co.uk

Plus along the way Station Master BEARDY AL swapping indie hits for rockin' fav's & Producer George covering Owen's Stats and Facts with the truth on the real Stagger Lee, The Flaming Lips in Then & Now and a Glorious Sixties Pop Moment from Sly Stone...dig!

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Wrong 'Em Boyo - The Clash

Stagger Lee - The Isley Brothers

Stagolee - Mississippi John Hurt

Killing Floor - Jimi Hendrix Experience

Roll Over Beethoven - Carl Perkins

Rockin' Chair Daddy - Harmonica Frank

Teardrops From My Eyes - River Rythm Trio

Cast Iron Arm - Peanuts Wilson

Milkshake Mademoiselle - Jerry Lee Lewis

Red Hot - Billy Lee Riley

Bear Cat  - Rufus Thomas

Soul Clapping - Sly & The Family Stone

Mystery Train - Elvis Presley

Stackolee - Samuel L Jackson

Race For The Prize - The Flaming Lips

The Castle - The Flaming Lips

Stagger Lee - Jackie Edwards

Stagger Lee & Billy - Ike & Tina Turner

Stagger Lee - Wilson Pickett

St Louis Blues - Dainie Jane

Kiss Me and I'll Quiver - Pete Hutton and the Beyonders

One Hand Loose - Charlie Feathers

Stagger Lee - Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds

Harbour Bazaar - THOMAS TRUAX & LONDON TALES 4/12/2016

December 5, 2016

Harbour Bazaar takes to the streets this month with our theme of London Tales with special guests DJ 'Long Tall' Simon Foster and Phrog Pat McNamara choosing favourite tracks and telling tales from the London clubs including the latest Bande A Part scene, nights and gigs from back in the day to today!

Our featured artist is amazing American songwriter, storyteller and creater of experimental musical instruments THOMAS TRUAX. We caught up with Thomas to chat all thing Wowtown, The Hornicator, critics and play tracks from his latest album JETSTREAM SUNSET

Plus along the way Owen's London Stats and Facts, Cover Uncovered and a Glorious Sixties Pop Moment form Dana Gillespie

For music, updates and news of Thomas Truax

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In The City - The Jam
What I Like Most About You Is Your Girlfriend - The Specials
Elijah L Rock - Rev Cleophus Robinson
Sun - T99

You Just Got To Know My Mind - Dana Gillespie
65 Bars - Louis Jordan
Cant Breath (Turkey Neck) - Black Moses
Fat Spider - Thomas Truax
I Was A Teenage Post-Punk - Thomas Truax
London - The Smiths
Evil - Howlin' Wolf (1968 Version)
16 Tons - Tennessee Ernie Ford (1965 Go Go Version)
I Put A Spell On You - Screamin' Jay Hawkins (1966 Version)
Good Times - The Easybeats
Cross Country - Legend
The Corner Man - Barrance Whitfield & The Savages
Troubled Mind - Wild Billy Childish & The Buff Medways
Harlem Shuffle (Instrumental) - Bob & Earl
A Woman Like You - Bert Jansch
A Rainy Night In Soho - The Pogues

Next Harbour Bazaar show 01/01/2017 with the annual Box & Box Special

Harbour Bazaar with Steven Hastings : Mixing Pop & Politics plus The Clash SANDINISTA!

November 7, 2016
Harbour Bazaar waves it's flag high this month and ask you what the use is with our theme of Mixing Pop & Politics! Rather than embarrasment and usual excuses we will be choosing tracks that called for revolution, social change or simply demanded to make a differance! 

Classic Album choice is The Clash's triple SANDINISTA! from 1980 which shifted them from their origins into a punky meltdown of reggae funk rockabilly & dub.

Delighted that joining us in the studio will be music journalist & guitarist Julian Marszalek and after leaving his tea in the shed we have as 
well top man & Clash afficianado Justin Hayzelden 

Owen's links Nicaraguan Revolution, the Ford Cortina and The Clash in his Stats and Facts & Box'y sums up in a welcome return of the  Box Report!

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Next Harbour Bazaar show 4/12/16

Finest Worksong - REM
Street Fighting Man - Rolling Stones
Masters Of War - Bob Dylan
Say It Loud I'm Black & I'm Proud - James Brown
The Revolution Will Not Be Televised - Gil Scott-Heron
Washington Bullets - The Clash
Upton Babies - Max Romeo
Ku Klux Klan - Steel Pulse
The Call Up - The Clash
Cold Morning Light - James Johnstone
Alphashit - Jim Jones & The Righteous Minds
Standing In The Way Of Control - The Gossip
Somebody Got Murdered - The Clash
One & Only - Marnie
Early Warning Of A Distant Memory - The November Five
War - Edwin Starr
Part Of The Union - Strawbs

Harbour Bazaar With Steven Hastings : Mockers with Jon The Boatman & Handy Joe - 02/10

October 3, 2016
The Harbour Bazaar takes to the road with a live special from the London's neon spectacular Satan's Circus Bar with fantastic guest DJ's Rockin' Jon and Handy Joe choosing the music, sharing stories of the tunes, people and clubs from the south east Mod and Rockin scene's over the last thirty years and asking if Bo Diddley really played at Crocs?
Tunes from Little Junior Parker, Slim Harpo, Jerry Lee Lewis & The Nashville Teens, Demond Dekker, Curtis Mayfield, Vince Taylor & The Playboys,Harry James Allstars, Don Thomas and many more

Huge thanks to Joe and Wenlock & Essex for the use of Satan's Circus

To visit go to www.wenlockandessex.com/


My Baby Left Me - Elvis Presely
Hong Kong Garden - Siouxie & The Banshees
Boppin' The Blues - Carl Perkins
Strange Town - The Jam
White Lightning - George Jones
Feels Good - Little Junior Parker
Holidays In Cambodia - Dead Kennedies
Watcha Say - The Kaisers
Slim Harpo - Shake Your Hips
The Wedding Present - Kennedy
Junior Murvin - Police & Thieves
Rollin' Danny - The Fall
Fu Manchu - Desmond Dekker
You Can't Catch Me - Chuck Berry
The Liquidator - Harry J All Stars
Cool Jerk - The Capitols
Someone's Crying - Bo Diddley
Casting My Spell On You - Johnny Kidd & The Pirates
Brand New Cadillac - Vince Taylor & The Playboys
Come On Down Train - Don Thomas
Move On Up - Curtis Mayfield
Who Slapped John? - Gene Vincent & The Blue Caps
Good Golly Miss Molly - Jerry Lee Lewis & The Nashville Teens

Harbour Bazaar with Steven Hastings - Hammond A Go Go!

August 8, 2016

The Harbour Bazaar pulls out all of the stops this month with a packed show digging the legend  Hammond, the players and tracks stacked withall thing B3 from classic 50's 60's Jazz, Gospel & RnB, funky 70's grooves,a swell of indie and into the now! Playlist featuring Jimmy McGriff, Booker T,Jimmy Smith, Mahalia Jackson, Cherry Wainer, Steve Winwood, Billy Preston,Small Faces, Arthur Brown, The Charletons, James Taylor Quartet..and even theBads Seeds!

Joined in the studio by MoFingers maestro and recently shorn Jason Fortis and Dave Dulake of Tuppeny Bunters and proprietor of The RailwayHotel – home of Ship Full Of Bombs and the grooviest venue in the south!

Owen gives us his Hammond Stats & Facts, discussed tapdancing and I get told off for a shameful Vox Continental error…oh the shame!

Hope you enjoy!


The Railway Hotel            www.railwayhotelsouthend.co.uk

Jay Fortis Cancer Research fund raising head shave https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Jay-Fortis

Ship Full Of Bombs          www.sfob.co.uk

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Harbour Bazaar with Steven Hastings - SFOB at Village Green 2016

July 3, 2016

Harbour Bazaar show this months pitches it's tent ready, waiting and looking forward to Village Green 2016 on Sat 9th July when, amongst a fab festival line up, Ship Full Of Bombs presenters will be DJing throughout the day on the Idea 13 Stage! So to get you in the mood we have a Harbour Bazaar Special featuring tracks specially chosen by our SFOB DJ's to represent each of our shows and to give you a taste of what to expect on the day!

So on the playlist we have a cornucopia of delights inc Sonic Youth, Syreeta, Hypnolove, Alain Romans, The Modern Lovers, The Eels, Pavement, Can, Devo, Fotheringay, David Holmes, local lad Dave Woodcock, Japuir Kawa Brass Band and more!

Plus Boxy & I joined by Paul Wolfe from Weird Gear and choosing tracks from bands we were late to appreciate and Kraftwerk throughout as our featured band.

Details and tickets for Village Green at www.villagegreenfestival.com/

Hope you can join us!


Village Green - The Kinks
Chrono - Kraftwerk
Juan Atkins - Cybertron
Teen Age Riot - Sonic Youth (Indie Night In)
Pablo Picasso - Johnathon Richmond (Dunce Confederacy)
Showroom Dummies - Senor Coconut
Burn The Witch - Radiohead
One More Night - Can (Junkyard Jukebox)
Aero Dynamik - Kraftwerk
To Know You Is To Love You - Syreeta (Box Of Delights)
La Piscine - Hypnolove (Sea Shanties)
My Mate Paul - David Holmes (Weird Gear)
Gold Soundz - Pavement (Goldsounds)
Quel Temp Fail il A Paris - Alain Roman
Piya Tu Ab To Aija - Jaipur Kawa Brass Band (Culture As A Dare)
Whip It - DEVO (Send It To The Seaside)
Open Secret - David Woodcock (Podrophenia)
Rain Or Shine - The Young Fathers
Autobahn - Kraftwerk
Banks Of The Nile - Fotheringay (Library Of Aethers)
Jelly Dancers - The Eels (The Harbour Bazaar)