The legendary Heather Small, vocalist from M People spoke to Pure’s Paul Holloway prior to her appearance at the Rewind North Festival on 9 August 2015.
Highlights from The Cellar Tapes, Pure 107.8 FMs alternative sixties show, aired on January 9th 2010.
The featured album for this particular week was Donovan’s second release, Sunshine Superman from 1966.
As well as that, there were other sixties delights from the likes of The Rokes, The Bruthers, Lulu, The Velvet Underground, The Kinks and Spanky Wilson.
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Highlights from The Cellar Tapes, Pure 107.8 FMs alternative sixties show, aired on January 2nd 2010.
Given this was the first show of the year, it seemed fitting to look back at the vintage sixties albums celebrated in The Cellar during 2009.
Which meant playing such wonders like The Kinks, The Small Faces, Scott Walker, Os Mutantes, The Monks, The Left Banke and We The People.
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Highlights from the Cellar Tapes show aired on November 7th 2009. The featured album for this particular week was John Mayall Plays John Mayall from 1965.
As well as John Mayall, there were other delights from the likes of The Small Faces, The Kinks, The Monks, The Sonics and The Pretty Things. Enjoy!