TransAtlantic Acoustic Show for Monday, Nov 29th, 2010

Yike! That little break from the show lasted a lot longer than it should! Sam and I (that would be Jill Nojack) are now back with a new episode of the show that is stuffed to bursting with an extra dose of acoustic tunes for your listening pleasure. I'd natter on about how fab the artists in the show are, but why not just listen to the show and check out the artist pages at your leisure by clicking the artist name in the playlist? In this episode's playlist - Lee Rogers - "Ida" from "Drawing Clocks". (Available on iTunes with other options on Lee's page at IndieHeart). Bella Ruse - "Dark Horse" from the CD "Bella Ruse". (Available on iTunes with other options (including a free download of "Silent Night" also available (just click the artist name to visit their page!) Aaron Berg - "Waiting for a Woman" from the CD "Songs for Madame X". Grab it on iTunes or from Aaron's prefered MP3 provider from his artist page. Dan Tindall - "Kill The Machine" from the rather redundant "Kill The Machine"! Lots of options including fabulous free downloads are available on Dan's artist page. Or just pick it up from iTunes. Debbie Miller - Tippy Toe from the CD "Fake Love". Download the tune for free from Debbie's page at IndieHeart or (better yet) grab the CD from iTunes. The Sea Kings - "Villages" from the self-referencing EP "The Sea Kings", now available on iTunes. Tom McKean and The Emperors - "Gazing at the Dying Of the Light". The CD is not yet available (watch this space - it will be do-not-miss musical event when it does become available!) but you can get yourself two of their other songs on iTunes and hear a few more from the upcoming CD on their artist page. Carrie Graham - "I'd Give Anything" from the "Notes from the Nut Hatch" CD. Visit Carrie's website ( for purchase options. That's it for this episode! We hope you enjoy it and expect to bring you another show in January. Really. We're not kidding on that one. It will happen. Probably. If your podcast reader doesn't display our band links, please visit to check out the links to the artist pages. Many of the artists give you a free download or two!