01:48, Thu 11 Oct
Anotjer one for the wood

Broadcast – Michael A Grammar.

Starts off with the lyrics


Michael Michael Michael
Wake up we're going back to Chelmsley Wood
Cannock Chase by somebody I forget the name of.
References in a couple of Streets songs.
Coldplay - Paradise
The towns you cite are populated by sentimental tosspots living in a rose tinted past. The people of Birmingham are made of sterner stuff: forward looking, innovative and adventurous
Gaina The Queen of Acocks Green - The Velvet Underpants.
11:02, Thu 11 Oct
Didn't Dexys reference Birmingham or at least things in it.
Goodbye says it all.
11:05, Thu 11 Oct
Didn't Dexys reference Birmingham or at least things in it.
Reference to hating the people of Moseley in What's She Like, also reference to Little Nibble caff in Bearwood in same song
The Right Reverend Charcy Blue Blue
References in a couple of Streets songs.

yeah the bullring in turn the page, for example
The Twang's second album was called Jewellery Quarter.

It was pretty shite though.
Oldham
The Right Reverend Charcy Blue Blue
References in a couple of Streets songs.

yeah the bullring in turn the page, for example

And Birmingham Geezers in one that I forget the name of
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Lazy of me...

The Twang had an album called 'Jewelry Quarter'

B15 Project - Birmingham Crew

Jaykae - Moscow "From where the Villa and Blues play, The Burgers and Johnsons"
The Debonairs - Hoochie Coochie Man From Kingstanding

The last Felt album, both Denim albums and all the Go Kart Mozart albums.

Lawrence is yer man
Caught in my Shadow - The Wonder Stuff
bluefrank
The last Felt album, both Denim albums and all the Go Kart Mozart albums.

Lawrence is yer man

Felt, I forgot about them. Never mainstream though.

Mind you I did see them play Burberry's back in the eighties. I think rumblefish supported. Or it might have been the wild flowers?
21:24, Thu 11 Oct
Gaina The Queen of Acocks Green - The Velvet Underpants.

Had to google them 😂 drummer Hugh Manshit
You heard of The Streets mate?
22:45, Thu 11 Oct
Fat Buddha
Didn't Dexys reference Birmingham or at least things in it.
Reference to hating the people of Moseley in What's She Like, also reference to Little Nibble caff in Bearwood in same song

FB is correct, and another genius track from KR.
The Right Reverend Charcy Blue Blue
Cannock Chase by somebody I forget the name of.

Labi Siffre. Brilliant song. Listen to it on headphones while out and about. Mind blowing.