Music For Pleasure
In one of the lesser publicised aspects of the banking bailout, the US government has promised £25 to save the ailing stocks of Subcity's flagship charity shop record show. Speculators have been short selling shares in the show's backlog of vinyl gold and bad debts for the last few weeks and a worldwide collapse in forgotten gems had been forseen by many analysts before news of this short term cash injection.
Assuming the plan is passed by the house of representatives you can expect an hour of 'new to us' tunes bought direct from Glasgow's premier second hand record shop complete with guest co-host risk management expert to the stars Paul (the money man) McClelland. There will be a £1 single of the week (prices having risen massively in recent months) a mystery bag mega mix and if any tunes don't pass muster then we'll be record breaking again before the show's out.
If you've been waiting to hear 'Bigger than Jesus: Did The Beatles Change Everything? The history of popular music through the medium of second hand vinyl Pt 2' fret not it's here. Saturday 25th Oct Midday www.subcity.org. Music for pleasure:does exactly what it says on the tin.12:00 - 13:00