The Harbour Bazaar with Steven Hastings ; Mohair Sweets and R&B

November 5, 2018

A stomp of a Harbour Bazaar this month featuring from Canada hard R&B modernist rockers MOHAIR SWEETS in advance of their first ever UK show at the home of Ship Full Of Bombs The Railway Hotel on 10th Nov 2018. We have a great interview with main man COLIN BRYCE talking about their new EP TOMORROW BOOGIE, his influences, the Canadian music scene and his original Mohair Sweets fanzine plus his selection of tracks from Jesse Hector, Legend and Eddie & The Hot Rods! Plus joined in the studio by The Phrogs Pat choosing his Guest Choices drawn from the Anglo R&B pool and Dave Dulake from The Phrogs chipping in with tracks and sharing tales of touring with The Kinks.

Plus all the usual features along the way including Cover Uncovered, a Glorious Sixties Pop Moment, a few new and heaps more! 

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Tight Pants - Iggy & The Stooges

Cross County - Legend

Caravan Man - Lew Lewis

Sick In The Morning - Mohair Sweets

Did I Ching -  The Phrogs

Teenage Depression - Eddie & The Hots Rods

I Gotta Thing For You - Howling Wolf & The Vee Jays

Lies You Told - Jesse Hector & The Sound

Last Of The Steam Powered Trains - The Kinks

Strood Lights - Wild Billy Childish & The Buff Medways

The Gorillas (with Jesse Hector) - She's My Gal

Bastard Suits - Mohair Sweets

Spectacular - Graham Coxon

Garden Of My Mind - Micky Finn

Soul Deep - The Box Tops

Looking For A Fox - Clarence Carter

Leaving Here - The Who

Wicked Annabelle - The Kinks

Love Me Till The Sun Shines - The Phrogs

Tomorrow Boogie - Mohair Sweets

Hey Gyp Dig The Slowness - Donovan

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