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9 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Terry Farley. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Terry Farley, often where they are interviewed.

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9 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Terry Farley. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Terry Farley, often where they are interviewed.

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Rock's Backpages Ep. 78: Sheryl Garratt on Rave Culture + Terry Farley Audio + The Streets

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In this week's episode, we welcome former Face editor Sheryl Garratt into RBP's Zoomworld to ask her about rave and club culture – and how we got from disco to acid house to 2020's quarantine raves. Sheryl discusses her newly-reissued/revised 1999 classic Adventures in Wonderland and looks back on her journey from the NME to The Observer. Mark, Barney & Jasper ask her about her seminal 1986 Face piece on Chicago's House scene – and about Ecstasy and 1988's "second summer of love". 

Clips from the week's new audio interview, a 2005 conversation between DJ History's Bill & Frank and Shoom/Boy's Own legend Terry Farley, provide the perfect springboard for further reminiscence of House music and the UK's ever-fecund club scene. Sheryl also pitches in on the week's Free On RBP feature about fellow Brummie Mike (The Streets) Skinner, whose classic track 'Weak Become Heroes' was arguably the greatest elegy for the rave era. We hear a clip of Skinner speaking to Gavin Martin in 2002 and celebrate that year's splendid Original Pirate Material album. 

Among the new RBP library additions considered are Hugh Nolan's Disc report on London's psychedelic temple the UFO club (1967), a slightly unlikely 1989 encounter between David Toop and Bakersfield country icon Buck Owens, and Chris Heath's hilarious 1997 Rolling Stone cover story on the Spice Girls. Jasper takes us out with observations on a pointless Tim Buckley tribute album (2000) and an interview with Public Service Broadcasting's amusingly-monikered J. Willgoose , Esquire … 

Many thanks to special guest Sheryl Garratt; buy Adventures in Wonderland on Amazon and visit her website at sherylgarratt.com.

Pieces discussed: House sound of Chicago, Blackpool Weekender, 1988 and all that, Terry Farley audio, The Streets audio, The Streetser, The Streetsest, UFO Club, George Harrison, Al Green, Buck Owens, Neil Kulkarni's letter to MM, Spice Girls, Tim Buckley tribute, Tim Buckley live, James Blood Ulmer, Public Service Broadcasting and Britney Spears.

The Rock's Backpages podcast is proud to be part of the Pantheon podcast network.

Jul 09 2020 · 1hr 7mins
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E78: Sheryl Garratt on rave culture + Terry Farley audio + the Streets

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In this week's episode, we welcome former Face editor Sheryl Garratt into RBP's Zoomworld to ask her about rave and club culture – and how we got from disco to acid house to 2020's quarantine raves. Sheryl discusses her newly-reissued/revised 1999 classic Adventures in Wonderland and looks back on her journey from the NME to The Observer. Mark, Barney & Jasper ask her about her seminal 1986 Face piece on Chicago's House scene – and about Ecstasy and 1988's "second summer of love". 

Clips from the week's new audio interview, a 2005 conversation between DJ History's Bill & Frank and Shoom/Boy's Own legend Terry Farley, provide the perfect springboard for further reminiscence of House music and the UK's ever-fecund club scene. Sheryl also pitches in on the week's Free On RBP feature about fellow Brummie Mike (The Streets) Skinner, whose classic track 'Weak Become Heroes' was arguably the greatest elegy for the rave era. We hear a clip of Skinner speaking to Gavin Martin in 2002 and celebrate that year's splendid Original Pirate Material album. 

Among the new RBP library additions considered are Hugh Nolan's Disc report on London's psychedelic temple the UFO club (1967), a slightly unlikely 1989 encounter between David Toop and Bakersfield country icon Buck Owens, and Chris Heath's hilarious 1997 Rolling Stone cover story on the Spice Girls. Jasper takes us out with observations on a pointless Tim Buckley tribute album (2000) and an interview with Public Service Broadcasting's amusingly-monikered J. Willgoose , Esquire … 

Many thanks to special guest Sheryl Garratt; buy Adventures in Wonderland on Amazon and visit her website at sherylgarratt.com.

Pieces discussed: House sound of Chicago, Blackpool Weekender, 1988 and all that, Terry Farley audio, The Streets audio, The Streetser, The Streetsest, UFO Club, George Harrison, Al Green, Buck Owens, Neil Kulkarni's letter to MM, Spice Girls, Tim Buckley tribute, Tim Buckley live, James Blood Ulmer, Public Service Broadcasting and Britney Spears.

The Rock's Backpages podcast is proud to be part of the Pantheon podcast network.

Jul 06 2020 · 1hr 6mins

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009: Terry Farley

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009: Terry Farley.

Terry Farley is one of the founding fathers of the UK House music scene. Growing up as a Soulboy in West London and Slough in the 70s, Terry always had a passion for music and youth culture. Pouring this knowledge into early editions of the Boy's Own fanzine he ran, Terry found himself in possession of the perfect platform to commentate on the Acid House scene when this first blew up in 1988 and further expanded the brand across a record label as well as a series of legendary parties. Whether it's from behind the decks or from inside the studio, Terry has always been at the forefront of the many changes within the scene and in this episode is happy to discuss his long and varied career.

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Oct 01 2019 · 1hr 27mins
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TheGet Up Feat Terry Farley - Good2Groove.mp3

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TheGetUp Terry Farley - Marshall and Paul Murray

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UpYourRonson Residents Paul Murray and Marshall kick off the night like only they can
Jul 05 2019 ·
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TheGet Up Feat Terry Farley

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This set finished off THEGET UP night and brought down the house - Thanks to the boss!
Jul 05 2019 · 1hr 20mins
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No. 5 featuring Psychemagik, Rocky and Terry Farley

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Tom comes on board as co-presenter while Tom Coveney does us a mix and tells us how he got together with Psychemagik Danny, giving us an insight in to how they work. Original rockers Rocky and Terry Farley tell us what’s what.
Recorded: Winter 2013
Jun 14 2019 · 2hr
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Terry Farley In Conversation

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At the end of last year, London Acid House legend Terry Farley swung by the Brownswood Basement for a chat with Gilles, discussing his 'Acid' compilation series, which dig deep into Chicago house and deep house from the mid to late 1980s. Terry also discusses his role in the seminal club night, Shoom, the Boy's Own fanzine he ran with Andrew Weatherall, and the Junior Boy's Own label which birthed Chemical Brothers, Underworld, and many more. Plus, Terry discusses London in the 1970s and 80s, his stance on the Punk movement, the role of ecstasy in the emergence of club culture, the role of the internet in today's scene, and many other theories!  

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Feb 10 2015 · 1hr 9mins
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EX.182 Terry Farley - 2014.01.17

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House then and now with a true stalwart of UK dance music.
Jan 17 2014 · 1hr 12mins