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It's been tricky to access all the shows in one place but at last, following some nudges from Clive (and a good few others), here's a wish come true.

This micro-site is the easiest place to listen to the entire SnC archive, all 429 shows.

Explore the back catalogue of shows using the Episodes button (top right). 

Full shownotes are published on the Suffolk 'n' Cool main site.

Aug 29, 2007

A formidable selection of music this week from New York, Hawaii, France, Italy and Australia. First, Lame Duck from Finland. OK so the viral cough is retreating a bit so hopefully back to normal soon. A few fairly appropriate song titles may help: Rolling with the punches, Pieces of me and Eucalyptus!

Rolling with the...

Aug 22, 2007

I'm afrad the virus is still doing it's best to screw things up - still, at least it's affecting me rather than the computer and I should be fine (self-cured) in a another week or two.

Summer Rain - Steffen Coonan & Kate Power (Clonmel, Ireland)
Steffen ia a producer of all genres and always open for remixes...

Aug 15, 2007

A change of format this week following a conversation yesterday.

Il passo del caciurdo - Talco (Marghera, Italy)
The track is taken from their 2006 album Combat Circus on Kob Records. Both that and an earlier album Tutti Assolti are available for download from where you can leave a message and the all...

Aug 8, 2007

Still recovering from the weekend. Friday The Parlour Sessions first night, then the Rhythm Festival near Bedford. I was filming Terry Reid  (right) during the afternoon as well as his performance which closed the festival second stage on Saturday. It was am astoundingly powerful show and even featured his old friend...

Aug 2, 2007

Music from The USA, The UK, New Zealand and Brazil this week with a sprinkling of really quite "interesting" tunes and a couple that you might not expect me to be playing.
Something from a couple of weeks ago. I visited airbrush artist Paul Karslake's studio and saw one of Brian May"s guitars which had been in for a...