Vinyl Revival [6 Music]
|02||01||Sir Tom Jones||20130106||20130211 (6M)||Music journalist Pete Paphides returns for a second series of Vinyl Revival.|
His first guest is Sir Tom Jones - an avid record collector who began his collection shopping at Freddy Feys in Pontypridd in the 1950s.
Tom takes us on a musical journey of his life, sharing records from the likes of Hank Williams, Solomon Burke, Little Stevie Wonder and Jack White.
|02||02||The Maccabees||20130113||20130212 (6M)||Journalist Pete Paphides continues his tour through the record collections of musicians.|
In the second episode, he visits the South London studio of 2012 Mercury Prize nominees The Maccabees to trawl through the vinyl collections of brothers Felix and Hugo White.
Amongst the artists dug out are David Bowie, Alan Price and Bob Dylan.
|02||03||Stephen Street||20130120||20130213 (6M)||Journalist and and vinyl junkie Pete Paphides continues his tour through the record collections of musicians.|
This week he visits the London home of one of Britain's most successful record producers, Stephen Street, to trawl through his magnificent vinyl collection.
His records offer a unique insight into a career which was responsible for some of the UK's most celebrated albums, from the likes of The Smiths, Morrissey, Blur and Kaiser Chiefs.
|02||04||Gaz Coombes||20130127||20130214 (6M)||Music journalist Pete Paphides visits the Oxfordshire home of Supergrass frontman Gaz Coombes, to rummage through his vinyl treasures.|
Gaz reveals that when on tour in the USA, he used to regularly sneak off to go shopping for rare records. Artists that he picks out include Talking Heads, The Cure, Brian Eno and Dennis Wilson.
|6M||01||Damon Albarn||20111204||6 Music begins a month-long celebration of the vinyl format with Pete Paphides talking to musicians who are avid record collectors.|
The former chief rock critic at The Times - who now writes for The Guardian and Mojo - is a self-confessed vinyl junkie with a $1m collection.
Earlier this year, Paul Weller and Laura Marling shared rarities and memories with Pete, who also got to rifle through Norman Cook's record collection.
Guests this month include Florence Welch, Johnny Marr, Bernard Butler, John Simm, Ryan Adams, Seasick Steve, Wild Beasts, Hot Chip and Young Knives.
In the first show of the series, Pete visits Damon Albarn in his studio.
The Blur frontman-turned musical polymath reveals a vinyl collection that's as diverse as his own repertoire, featuring Adam Ant, The Specials, Cat Stevens, some African funeral music and a World War II oratorio.
Damon also chats to Pete about early band rehearsals at school; being beaten up for his roles in musicals; The X Factor; and visiting The Casbah in Algiers.
Vinyl Revival continues next Sunday with a glimpse into Florence Welch's record collection and it will culminate in a day-long celebration of vinyl on New Year's Day.
|6M||02||Florence Welch||20111211||6 Music continues its month-long celebration of the vinyl format with Pete Paphides talking to Florence Welch.|
He looks through the vinyl treasures of the double Brit Award winning artist, which include Kate Bush and Otis Redding albums, as well as some Joan Collins and The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
Vinyl Revival continues next Sunday with a glimpse into another artists's record collection and it will culminate in a day-long celebration of vinyl on New Year's Day.
6 Music continues its month-long celebration of vinyl with Florence Welch.
|6M||03||Johnny Marr||20111218||Journalist and record collector Pete Paphides continues his tour of the record collections of musicians.|
This week, he rifles through Johnny Marr's vinyl, spotting tracks from Iggy Pop, David Bowie and The Animals.
Johnny reveals how he first bonded with Morrissey over a box of 7 inches, the start of a great songwriting partnership that would create classic hits over The Smiths' five year lifespan.
Throughout his music career, Marr has challenged his skills as a player and a composer and drawn on a diverse gallery of influences.
He reveals some of acts he has "borrowed" riffs from.
Pete Paphides rifles through Johnny Marr's vinyl collection.
|6M||04||Ryan Adams And John Simm||20111226||6 Music continues its month-long celebration of the vinyl format with four two-hour specials featuring Pete Paphides in conversation with famous record collectors.|
On Boxing Day, he trawls through the vinyl treasures belonging to American singer Ryan Adams, and English actor John Simm. Ryan reveals his love of death metal, while John - who played Bernard Sumner in the film 24 Hour Party People - waxes lyrical about all things "Madchester".
Vinyl Revival continues through to Thursday and culminates in a day-long celebration of vinyl on New Year's Day.
Pete Paphides trawls through the vinyl treasures of Ryan Adams and John Simm.
|6M||05||Hot Chip And Bernard Butler||20111227||Music journalist and record collector Pete Paphides takes a look at the vinyl treasures belonging to Hot Chip and Bernard Butler.|
First up, are Alexis Taylor and Joe Goddard of the Mercury-nominated electronic band Hot Chip, who talk to Pete about stag dos, DJing and Musical Youth, whilst opening up their record collections.
Pete then visits the home of guitarist Bernard Butler to see what vinyl gems are hiding there. Bernard has performed with Suede, The Tears and, as one half of musical duo, McAlmont & Butler; while also being recognised for his work behind the mixing desk. Bernard co-produced, co-wrote and played guitar on the UK's biggest-selling album of 2008 - Rockferry by Duffy - and picked up the Producer's Award at the 2009 BRITs.
Pete Paphides takes a look at the vinyl treasures belonging to Hot Chip & Bernard Butler.
|6M||06||Wild Beasts And Edwyn Collins||20111228||Music journalist and record collector Pete Paphides takes a look at the vinyl treasures belonging to Wild Beasts and Edwyn Collins.|
First up are Hayden Thorpe and Ben Little, the founding members of Cumbrian indie band Wild Beasts, whose second album was nominated for the 2010 Mercury Music Prize.
Pete then visits the home of Edwyn Collins. The Ivor Novello-winning Scottish musician, and former Orange Juice frontman, nearly died after suffering two brain haemorrhages but he's made an incredible recovery and is performing and recording once again.
Pete Paphides takes a look at the record collections of Wild Beasts and Edwyn Collins.
|6M||07||Seasick Steve And Young Knives||20111229||6 Music continues its month-long celebration of the vinyl format with aficionado Pete Paphides taking his final peek at the collections of other like-minded enthusiasts.|
Today's guests are the American bluesman Seasick Steve, who pulls out vintage Southern Blues records you just can't get any more; and brothers Henry and Tom from Oxford's Young Knives, who revel in Frank Zappa.
Vinyl Revival culminates in a New Year's Day celebration, when records are the go-to musical format for daytime, and a special show presented by Richard Hawley asks Is Vinyl on the Revival?
Pete Paphides talks to Seasick Steve and Young Knives.
|6M||08 LAST||Paul Weller, Laura Marling And Norman Cook||20120102||It's the World's only Vinyl Music show, celebrating the format with musicians who are avid collectors.|
Presented by Pete Paphides, former Chief Rock Critic at The Times, and now writer for Mojo and The Guardian. He has a vinyl collection worth $1m.
In the first hour he invites Paul Weller and Laura Marling in together to share treasures from their collections. Then in the final hour he travels to the Brighton home of Norman Cook aka Fatboy Slim, to rummage through his collection.
Pete Paphides presents the World's only Vinyl Music show.