March 18, 2009

That's all folks!

Well. Theres not much to add really. Later during the summer we hope to bring you an episode or two of a spin-off of The Yesterday Show with everybody's favourite characters Battenberg and Schnepps, but for now the adventure will have to continue on our respective blogs.


So, to keep up with the latest news from Daniel Mumby and Tom Wales please check out their blogs:

- Tom keeps you updated with musical, political and silly things (tomwales.blogspot.com)

- Daniel is still in the process of gradually reviewing the top 100 albums he has heard (thereareonlytwokindsofpeople.blogspot.com)


Thanks to all loyal listeners and readers of this blog. Au revoir (for now...)


March 16, 2009

The Yesterday Show – Series 2, episode 8 – FINAL EVER!

I can't quite believe I'm saying this... this is the final ever Yesterday show! *Sobs*

Oh well, we decided to treat you to the craziest, funniest (and biggest) show ever. Including a fantastic musical finale! Don't say we don't treat you.


Thanks for listening. Its been fun!


Series 2, Episode 8 of The Yesterday Show: (Originally broadcast week 24)

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March 11, 2009

Track Listing: 10/3/09

It still seems hard to believe that we've done our last show. Here's all the songs we played:


1. 'A Whiter Shade Of Pale' by Procol Harum (Procol Harum, 1967)

2. 'Bite Hard' by Franz Ferdinand (Tonight: Franz Ferdinand, 2009)

3. 'Hollywood Bass Player' by Josh Rouse (Country Mouse City House, 2007)

4. 'Harold The Barrel' by Genesis (Nursery Cryme, 1971)

5. 'Electric Surfin' Go Go' by Polysics (Karate House, 2008)

6. 'New Killer Star' by David Bowie (Reality, 2003)

7. 'Cowboy Song' by A Band Called Wanda (A Band Called Wanda, 2007)


That's all folks!


March 10, 2009

The Yesterday Show – Series 2, episode 7

Our penultimate episode! Things don't go exactly as planned...

Series 2, Episode 7 of The Yesterday Show: (Originally broadcast week 23)

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March 09, 2009

Track Listing: 9/3/09

Apologies if today's show was a bit strange and short of music. Oh well, here's what we managed to play in the time:

1. 'Bombers' by David Bowie (Hunky Dory, 1971 - available on the special edition, 1990)

2. 'Send Him Away' by Franz Ferdinand (Tonight: Franz Ferdinand, 2009)

3. 'Kingdom Of Rust' by Doves (Kingdom Of Rust, 2009 [forthcoming]) - Blind Jukebox choice

4. 'Alaska' by Dr. Dog (We All Belong, 2007)

5. 'The Closing Of The Doors' by Roisin Murphy (Ruby Blue, 2005)

6. 'Heartbreaker' by Led Zeppelin (Led Zeppelin II, 1969)


March 07, 2009

Mumbling On is a Double Award Winner!

MUMBLING ON IS A DOUBLE-AWARD WINNER!!!!

At the RaWards in Leamington last night, Mumbling On won Best Jingle and Best Publicity.

We are immensely proud of this, and would like to take this opportunity to thank you all so much for your support. We couldn't have done this without you guys.

Don't forget to listen in to our last two shows, on Monday 9th March at 11am, and Tuesday 10th March at 7pm.


Daniel and Tom xxx


February 28, 2009

The Yesterday Show – Series 2, episode 6

Our formula one special has two famous pundits along, and Alex spending the entire budget in Monty Carlo. Enjoy!

Series 2, Episode 6 of The Yesterday Show: (Originally broadcast week 21)

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February 24, 2009

Track Listing: 24/2/09

Here's all the songs from today's show.

1. 'The Bird That You Can't See' by The Apples In Stereo (The Discovery Of A World Inside The Moone, 2000)

2. 'Behind The Sun' by The Good, The Bad & The Queen (The Good, The Bad & The Queen, 2007)

3. 'Part Of Me' by Chris Cornell (Scream, 2009 [forthcoming]) - Blind Jukebox choice

4. 'Good Times, Bad Times' by Edie Brickell (Picture Perfect Morning, 1994)

5. 'Lay Down The Law' by The Switches (Lay Down The Law, 2008)

6. 'Love Is Coming Down' by The Who (Who Are You, 1978)

7. 'The Rabbit, The Bat & The Reindeer' by Dr. Dog (Fate, 2008)

8. 'Dodo' by David Bowie (Diamond Dogs, 1974 - available on the special edition, 1990)


February 17, 2009

Track Listing: 17/2/09

It's hard to believe that 20 shows have gone by. Thanks to everyone who was a part of it, here's what we played:


1. 'Feeling Lazy' by Lightning Seeds (Jollification, 1994)

2. 'Strange And Beautiful (I'll Put A Spell On You)' by Aqualung (Aqualung, 2002)

3. 'Guilty As Charged' by Gym Class Heroes feat. Estelle (The Quilt, 2008) - Blind Jukebox choice

4. 'Funky President (People It's Bad)' by James Brown (Reality, 1975)

5. 'Sorrow's Child' by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds (The Good Son, 1990)

6. 'Mr. Bellamy' by Paul McCartney (Memory Almost Full, 2007)

7. 'Crazy Love Vol. II' by Paul Simon feat. Stimela (Graceland, 1986)


Sorry to everyone about The Yesterday Show being postponed, we simply couldn't fit it in as well as the election coverage. Blame democracy. Rest assured it will be back next week, with a vengeance.


February 11, 2009

The Yesterday Show – Series 2, episode 5

Here it comes  - another Yesterday Show for you to feast your ears on. Clicketh beloweth:

Series 2, Episode 5 of The Yesterday Show: (Originally broadcast week 20)

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