Playing tracks by
Ikebe Shakedown, Bahama Soul Club & Suonho, The Bombay Royale, Five Revolutions, Ahmed El Salam and more.
On "All Backed Up", Brum Radio's Glyn Phillips releases a backlog of world music albums into your ears that will have your murmuring with pleasure and sighs of relief...
It's another eclectic mix that takes in Australian magpies, The Bombay Royale, 1970s Zambian rock, Tuareg rock, Brazilian retro-disco, contemporary cumbia, 1960s congolese boogaloo, Bengali jazz, Malian ngoni playing, South African afrojazz and Italian tango.
There's also two very different tracks from Algeria and more than a soupçon of francophone songs for all my french-speaking pôtes out there!
And that's just a taster!
Oh and did I mention it was 50 years ago (not quite today) that Sergeant Pepper taught the band to play? No? Well, pop on your cardboard moustaches and tune in for another night of gloriously eclectic world music on WorldBeatUK!