Mark Lamarr

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20100501 (R2)

A musical record box of delights plus a live session with Saint and Eastwood.

Mark Lamarr plays the music that you never knew you loved alongside great live sessions.

Hopefully this week's band, The Filthy Six, will get your hips shaking with their mix of soul jazz funk and boogaloo.

Mark Lamarr expands your musical knowledge with his eclectic taste in music.

Plus you can expect some great old-time rock and roll from this week's band Big Sandy and his Fly-rite Boys.

In honour of Big Sandy the theme this week is 'BIG', so tunes like 'Big City', 'Big City Blues', 'Big Feet', 'Big Boss Man' will be blasting over the airwaves.

Also on the show Mark pays his respects to Harvey Fuqua who died on 6th July 2010.

A highly successful soul singer, songwriter, record producer, and record label executive Harvey influenced many in his long standing career.

As proof Mark will be playing tracks by artists Harvey has worked with over the years.

People like The Monitors, Junior Walker and The Moonglows.

Mark Lamarr provides three hours of musical greatness to tantalise your ears, plus a great session with country blues artist Pete Molinari.

Mark Lamarr provides three hours of musical greatness to tantalise your ears.

Mark Lamarr expands your musical knowledge with his eclectic taste in music, plus some old school funk and soul styles from Australian band The Bamboos.

The founding father of New Orleans R 'n' B piano, legend Professor Longhair is this week's featured artist and the music that inspired a teenage Gram Parsons makes up this week's featured album Radiogram.

Marks aural massage comes from the Rocksteady period with a track by John Parish and we go back to 1933 for this week's pre-war track from native Hawaiian, Sol Hoopii.

Mark will also be reviewing new releases from Dollar Bill and Robyn Hitchcock and playing listener requests for Lou Rawls, Betty Everett and Eddy Hinton.