The Music Club With Jo Brand

In this 4 part series, Jo Brand presents a music show for the non-experts amongst us.

You can come here and admit you don't know who produced The Beatles best work or be able to name all the members of Pink Floyd, and we're not going to tell you either.

Each week we're going to help you find ways to just enjoy music.

We'll guide you through the work of various record labels, suggest two great compilation albums you might enjoy, and give you tips on how to be a real fan.

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0101Stiff Records20060613

In this 4 part series, Jo Brand presents a music show for the non-experts amongst us.

You can come here and admit you don't know who produced The Beatles best work or be able to name all the members of Pink Floyd, and we're not going to tell you either.

Each week we're going to help you find ways to just enjoy music.

We'll guide you through the work of various record labels, suggest two great compilation albums you might enjoy, and give you tips on how to be a real fan.She takes a quick journey through the work of Stiff Records, and finds out where Prince's work turns up.

0102Apple Records20060620

Jo takes a quick look at the work of Apple Records, advises you on how to be a real fan of hip hop music and gives you the chance to win copies of the soundtrack to the new British film Confetti, plus the Sparks Motown compilation in our on-line competition.

0103Factory Records20060627

In tonight's show there is a quick look at the work of Factory Records, some tips on how to be a fan of folk music, plus the chance to win copies of the soundtrack to Pulp Fiction and a compilation of classic Ska and mod tracks.

0104 LASTSun Records20060704

In the last show in this series Jo takes a look at the history and work of Sun Records, offers some top tips on how to be a true fan of heavy metal music and gives you the chance to win a copy of her two recommended compilation albums.

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Jo Brand presents a music show for the non-experts amongst us.

You can come here and admit you don't know who produced The Beatles' best work or be able to name all the members of Pink Floyd and we're not going to tell you either.

Each week we're going to help you find ways to just enjoy music - we'll guide you through the work of various record labels, suggest two great compilation albums you might enjoy and give you tips on how to be a real fan.