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NEWS: 21 hours of mostly new music to catch this month
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Mark Whitby
Previews of the autumn new releases are beginning to pour in so this month's show introduces cracking new tunes from forthcoming albums by Battles, Alasdair Roberts and Moon Duo, among others. There's more from two of the summer's finest albums, from Blanck Mass and Wooden Ambulance while we also play something from Khazakstan for the first time, with a track from the excellent Viktor Van River release on BlocSonic.
Our featured compilation this month is a reissue of not one but two vintage reggae collections from Cherry Red, while this month's Peel Back... feature dips into the Peel sessions archives from September 1969, 79 and 99. There's also, as you'd expect, something from the moon landings album from that other Peel favourite Daniel Hayman and, if you're wondering why we've not mentioned anything yet about the new Oh Sees ... don't panic because we got there eventually.

Now Playing:
Tampa Red - Big Stars Falling Blues
Tampa RedBlues singer and guitarist, born January 8, 1904, Smithville, GA, USA, died March 19, 1981, Chicago, IL, USA.
Tampa Red came by his nick-name because he was raised in Tampa, Florida, and because of his red hair. In the 1920s he formed a team with Georgia Tom (Dorsey), also known as The Hokum Boys. Tampa Red also created jug bands such as Tampa Red's Hokum Jug Band (featuring a young Frankie Jaxon), and The Tub Jug Washboard Band, which backed blues singer Ma Rainey. He also recorded alone, and cut a number of exquisite guitar solos.
Already by the time of his 1928 recording debut for Vocalion, he had developed the clear, precise bottleneck blues guitar style that earned him his billing "The Guitar Wizard". His bottleneck and single-string solo style inspired a number of other blues guitarists, among them Big Bill Broonzy and Robert Nighthawk.
Tampa Red was also a prolific songwriter, writing such blues standards as "Sweet Black Angel", "Love Her With A Feeling", "Don't You Lie To Me", and "It Hurts Me Too" (covered by B.B. King, Freddy King, Fats Domino, and Elmore James, respectively). He may have been the most influential of the early 20th century blues guitarists.
Artist biography from Discogs
Before that we played:
Moon Duo - Stars Are The Light
Creeping Chill - Dumpster Fire
Elijah Minelli - Bebe Durmiendo Cumbia
Battles - Titanium 2 Step (Ft Sal Principato)
Half Man Half Biscuit - 24 Hour Garage People (Peel Session)
Stiff Little Fingers - Straw Dogs (Peel Session)
Fairport Convention - Tam Lin (Peel Session)