Toadcast #50 - The Friendcast

Ah, mates.  Can't live with 'em, can't kill 'em.  Mrs. Toad's best friend from her reckless yoof is visiting us here in Edinburgh with her gentleman friend, and consequently I got to thinking about my own old friends, and all the people who, over the years, have introduced me to so much brilliant music.  So I started to patch together a playlist of all the important friends who have added a lot of music to my life.  The problem is that it became way too long for my one hour restriction, so for this week I cast that aside, and allowed myself an extra ten minutes.

Honestly though, old friends are so important, this could have gone on for two hours, easily.  Every one of the people I mention here has a whole story of their own, and it was quite difficult to resist telling all of them in proper detail.  It seems such a shame, actually, to reduce all of these people to a two-minute link.  I could almost do a whole podcast for any one of these scenarios really, and maybe I'll do that in future.  For now, though, you'll have to make do with this.  It may be shabby, but it really could have been so much worse.  Meanwhile, Mrs. Toad is fucking plastered.  Oh good.  Enjoy!

Toadcast #50 - The Friendcast

01. Pink Floyd - On the Turning Away (02.27)
02. Pearl Jam - Black (11.23)
03. The Tragically Hip - Wheat Kings (18.30)
04. Gene - Her Fifteen Years (25.23)
05. Radiohead - Black Star (28.04)
06. Verve - Lucky Man (34.41)
07. Weeping Willows - Eternal Flames (39.19)
08. Billy Bragg - Days Like These (DC Remix) (45.41)
09. Bob Dylan - Po' Boy (49.42)
10. Elbow - Newborn (55.46)
11. Blanche - Do You Trust Me? (63.19)
12. Maximo Park - Apply Some Pressure (69.07)
Direct download: ToadcastNo50.mp3
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