(Note: This was originally going to be episode 12...but ended up being episode 13. In the intro, I call it episode 12...sorry for any confusion!)
(0:00 - 2:17) Introduction
(2:18 - 4:49) King Apparatus - Non-Stop Drinking (from their 1991 album, King Apparatus)
(4:50 - 8:29) Chris remembers a bit about the days with King Apparatus in the early 1990s.
(8:30 - 11:29) The Chris Murray Combo - Love Flame (from their 2008 album, Why So Rude)
(11:30 - 19:27) Chris and I chat about the Los Angeles ska scene, and all the stuff he's been up to. He also gives us a good lesson in the world of ska music. Lastly, we talk about how he recorded the new album.
(19:28 - 21:36) The Chris Murray Combo - The Real Ska (from their 2008 album, Why So Rude)
(21:37 - 22:59) Outro. Thanks again for listening, and check out chris's tunes at his site:
Chris Murray: http://www.chrismurray.net/
King Apparatus reissues: http://www.asianmanrecords.com/basket/cds3.html
The Ruckus: http://www.kevinmcgowan.ca
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