Inspiring Ian Hunter is perhaps the youngest and most vibrant 82 year old human specimen any of us will encounter in our lifetime, and has been a personal musical hero as long as I can remember. Clearly FTB#132 can’t let this Birthday pass without sharing some rare musical tidbits to celebrate. We have the final session recording of the legendary Rusty Young from old friend Colin Devlin and while there dig up some rare live Devlins. The archives get quite a workout as Art Damage managed to uncover some forgotten Radiohead recordings and new music hit the studio from Mdou Moctar, Moby with help from Mark Lanegan, Kris Kristofferson, Jim James and Mindy Jones is delightfully diverse and wonderful. There’s new Blues from Robert Finley and Eddie 9 Volt and Cheap Trick’s new album has a perfect Summer Cruizin’ Tune. It’s another jam packed episode that leaves no box unchecked as we try to get June started with a proper sonic blast. Thanks as always for the love and support at https://paypal.me/pools/c/8beKwFWlHR
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