Cherry Red Records Radio Show

Welcome to the fourteenth episode of the Cherry Red Radio show in association with Boogaloo Radio, Almost Blue Radio, Slack City, Bay FM, Kalypso Gold, Ship Full Of Bombs, WRFN1025, WRFNGOLD, Mad Wasp Radio, Target Radio, Radio Six International and Delicious Agony.

Host Iain McNay is joined by Head of Press & Comms Matt Ingham for a look at all things Cherry Red and beyond. An eclectic show as always, this month we have choice cuts from the world of progressive rock with plays from the likes of Jon Anderson, No Man, T2 and the Jane Getter Premonition. There’s plenty of punk from bands such as Dead Kennedys and The Exploited, and as usual we have an exclusive play from the fascinating archive of Joe Meek – The Tea Chest Tapes. There’s plenty more crammed into the two hour show taken from recent releases on the label or just from our own record shelves at home.

As usual Cherry Red Radio brings you two hours of music inspired by one of the most eclectic and prolific labels in the world.

Iain and Cherry Red are staunch supporters of buying music in physical form and where possible only play music that can be bought on CD or vinyl.


Jon Anderson – Flight Of The Moorglade
Al Stewart – Year Of The Cat
Al Stewart – On The Border
No Man – All Sweet things
Rupert Holmes – Him
Hello – New York Groove
Syndicats – On The Horizon feat Steve Howe
Gerry Temple – Tell You What I’ll Do (Tea Chest Tape Track)
The Ronettes – Baby I Love You
Dead Kennedys – Chemical Warfare 2020
Conflict – The Serenade Is Dead
The Exploited – Jimmy Boyle
Laibach – Panorama
L7 – Pretend We’re Dead
T2 – No More White Horses
Global Village Trucking Company – Smiling Revolution
Edgar Jones – Wait
Jane Getter Premonition – Lessons Learned
Andy Ellison – Fool From Upper Eden
The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown – Rest Cure
The Maisonettes – Heartache Avenue
The Roadrunners – Leaving Of Liverpool
Billy Maher – Scouser Tommy
Dana Gillespie – Weren’t Born A Man
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – Minimum Brain Size
A.A. Williams – Lovesong



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