Ship Full of Bombs

The Harbour Bazaar with Steven Hastings & Zoe Howe - Clampdown!

March 23, 2020

The Harbour Bazaar with Steven Hastings & Zoe Howe : Clampdown

So, hatches are battened down on the Harbour Bazaar this month but we are brassing it out for you with a pearly of a show to keep you calm and carrying on!

Tunes, chat, news about online quarantine live sessions and Podrophenia’s Piley pop up in the second half to continue our shared Rock ‘N’ Babylon theme to talk about Sid and Nancy

Plus new music from Third Lung, a bold 80’s Zoe's Camembert Corner, A Glorious 60's Pop Moment from The Cadillacs, Onion based Kitchen Witchery (a forthcoming regular feature), Booker T tales, a Happy Birthday to Pete Wylie, bona larks and much more!

Apologies due to the temporary lockdown of the Railway Hotel Southend, home of Ship Full Of Bombs, we put the show together remotely over the wires which led to some technical problems that does not affect the music but some of the conversation levels are a bit crackly. Sorry about that but hope that doesn’t affect your enjoyment and rest assured we recorded in a socially responsible way - no humans met in the making of this show!

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Ship Full Of Bombs broadcasting live from The Railway Hotel


Clampdown – The Clash

London Bye, Ta-Ta – David Bowie

Keep It To Yourself – Sonny Boy Williamson

Chickie Run – Homer Denison Jnr

Dancing With Myself – Billy Idol

Your My Drug – Dukes Of Stratosphere

Civilization (Bongo Bongo Bongo) – Danny Kaye, The Andrews Sisters, Vic Schoen & His Orchestra

Better Use Your Head – Little Anthony & The Imperials

Desire – Third Lung

Name And Number – Curiosity Killed The Cat

Speedo – The Cadillacs

I Believe – Ian Dury & The Blockheads

C’Mon Everybody – Sex Pistols

Something Else – Sex Pistols

Accentuate The Positive – Gene Vincent & The Blue Caps

Onions – John Lee Hooker

You Done Me Wrong – The Everly Brothers

Never Turn Your Back On Mother Earth – Sparks

Heart As Big As Liverpool – Pete Wylie

Getting Better – The Beatles