Simon Kelsey sits in for Pete Liggins. Alan Lord speaks for the first time since his resignation. County caretaker Phil Brown on the Hatters’ trip to Gloucester and whether he’d be interested in the job full time. Plus legendary cricketer David Gower on cricket, sledging and that feud with Graham Gooch.
Talented singer songwriter Robert Brown popped in for a chat with Rick Stuart from Roots & Fusion to talk about his new album Road Dog and play a couple of acoustic tracks in the studio.
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Highlights from The Cellar Tapes, Pure 107.8 FMs alternative sixties show, aired on November 21st 2009.
The featured album for this particular week was a Trip Thru Hell by the C.A. Quintet from 1968.
As well as that, there were other sixties delights from the likes of Gilberto Gil, The Seeds, Les Fleur de Lys, Canned Heat and The Castaways.
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