Sunday, February 3, 2019

The Minstral Show – (Episode 064)




Welcome back to the Minstral Show, the podcast that spotlights the very best music made, in the 21st century. Here is where the real evolution of music lives, so tune in, sit back, and drop your burden for the next hour or so with great music by: Heaters, Screen Vinyl Image, The Orange Revival, Switchfoot, Stephan Thelen, Joe Henry, Chastity Brown, War and Pierce, Jeff Lynn’s ELO and Billy Manzik.

The music revolution never sounded so good, on the Minstral Show…

The Minstral Show Episode 64
SONGS:

SET 01
Heaters – Ad Astra
Screen Vinyl Image – Great Beyond
The Orange Revival – Ever

SET 02
Switchfoot – Skin and Bones
Stephan Thelen – Briefing for a Descent into Hell
Joe Henry – Believer

SET 03
Chastity Brown – Bound to Happen
War and Pierce – I Lived to Tell About it
Electric Light Orchestra – In My Own Time
Billy Manzik – Back to Hell Again



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The World United Music Podcast was carried on 11 different platforms including Anchor FM, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Pocket Casts, Radio Public, Castbox, Breaker, Google Podcasts, Overcast, PodBean and of course on our World United Music Blog. You can still find the show on Breaker & PodBean linked below. Hey, “Catch the Wave!”




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