Sunday, June 14, 2015

Latitude Festival (16th - 19th July 2015)

Next month sees Mark give the God's Jukebox format its annual airing at the Film & Music Arena of the popular UK based Latitude Festival, just down the road from us. The live line up this year features Sister Cookie, Horace Andy, Geraint Watkins & The Mosquitoes and The Congo Faith Healers.







Saturday, May 23, 2015

Midnight Hour #27 - Telephone Numbers

A pre-mobile collection of callers


Sunday, April 19, 2015

Midnight Hour #26 - Election Special

Tunes to help the undecided swing

Friday, April 3, 2015

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Midnight Hour #24 - Fools Paradise

A selection of fools for April 1st, including a rather lovely soulful offering from the late lamented Loleatta Holloway.

Saturday, March 21, 2015

Midnight Hour #23 - Here Come The Judges

A set of court room tunes. Watch out for the Isley Brothers testifying along with Hendrix. We can't stop playing it.

Friday, February 27, 2015

Midnight Hour #22

Nothing more to this post than a bunch of tunes we've been playing a good deal just lately, including a soul gem with great horn arrangement from Bettye Swann.

Friday, February 20, 2015

Midnight Hour #21 - Clouds

This set of tunes is our way of celebrating the start of our recent project to get as many God's Jukebox shows up on our mixcloud archive as possible. A task that is making us as happy as a Joe Bataan smile. Supported by social network contacts, we've added a good number, in no particular date order, and aim to get as full a set as possible. If you have any recordings of the show you'd like to offer up, then we'll always be glad to hear from you. Just use the email link at the bottom of the blog and let us know what you have.


Sunday, January 25, 2015

Midnight Hour #20 - Angels

Robbie Williams "Angels" was the best song of the previous 25 years, according to the 2005 Brit Awards. As usual, the tunes we've included for you pre-date 1980 and so didn't make the cut to compete with Robbie. Shame, because if any of them had he would have lost out, not least of all to Hadda Brooks, who asks a very pertinent question towards the end of this selection.