Joe Meek

Sunday, 31 March 2013, 18:13 | Category : Joe Meek
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Craig Newton, Chairman of The Joe Meek Society joins Strange Brew host Jason Barnard in the studio to pay tribute to Britain’s most pioneering record producer.

Joe Meek

  1. John Leyton – Johnny Remember Me (Single A-side, Top Rank, 1961)
  2. Humphrey Lyttleton and His Band – Bad Penny Blues (Single A-side, Parlophone, 1956)
  3. The Blue Men – Magnetic Field (I Hear a New World: an outer space music fantasy, Triumph, 1960)
  4. Don Charles – Walk With Me My Angel (Single A-side, Decca, 1962) 
  5. The Tornados – Telstar (Single A-side, Decca, 1962)
  6. The Packabeats – Theme From “The Traitors” (Single B-side to Evening In Paris, Pye, 1962) 
  7. Houston Wells And The Marksmen – North Wind (Single B-side to Shutters And Boards, Parlophone, 1962) 
  8. Michael Cox – Say That Again (Single B-side to Gee What A Party, HMV, 1963)
  9. The Honeycombs – Have I The Right? (Single A-side, Pye, 1964)
  10. Davy Kaye – A Fool Such As I (Single A-side, Decca, 1964)
  11. The Blue Rondos – Little Baby (Single A-side, Pye, 1964)
  12. Heinz and The Wild Boys – Diggin’ my Potatoes (Single A-side, Columbia, 1965) 
  13. The Syndicats – On The Horizon (Single A-side, Columbia, 1965)
  14. Tom Jones – Lonely Joe (Single A-side, Columbia, 1965)
  15. Glenda Collins – Something I’ve Got To Tell You (Single A-side, Pye, 1966)
  16. The Cryin’ Shames – Please Stay (Single A-side, Decca, 1966)

Hear an hour of tracks shaped by the legendary genius that was Joe Meek. Find out more at:

http://www.rhis.co.uk/joemeeksociety/ 

One Comment for “Joe Meek”

  1. 1Tom Hammond

    Great Show promoting Joe .The Best guy for the Job Craig Newton expert on Joe Meek and great guy .Ex show great music

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