Episode 069 - Childhood Music and Jellyheads, feat. Lisa-Marie Ferla

Music journalist, critic and blogger Lisa-Marie Ferla is here to talk about the music of her childhood. Along the way, we discuss the short but powerful musical career of David Duchovny, the rise and fall of the Britannia Music Club, and the second coming of the British Invasion thanks to Byker Grove.

Signature Cocktail: The Paisley Grooove

This drink made short, without the orange juice because I realised I didn't have any in the house and the shops were closed.

This drink made short, without the orange juice because I realised I didn't have any in the house and the shops were closed.

So let us rest here like we used to/In a line of late afternoon sun.

  • 1oz dark rum
  • 1/2oz 151 rum
  • 1/2oz coconut syrup
  • 1/4oz coffee liqueur
  • 1/2oz lime juice
  • 4oz orange juice
  • Cherry, for garnish

Combine ingredients in a shaker with ice, and shake to combine. Pour into a cocktail glass and garnish with cherry.

Follow Lis on Twitter at @lastyearsgirl_, follow the show at @TheMathOfYou, and my wacky adventures at @lokified. If you'd like to be a guest on the show, send an email to themathofyou@gmail.com.

Lis made a post about her father and the Britannia Music Club, which can be found here: http://lastyearsgirl.pixlet.net/songs-father-taught-fathers-day-2016-redux/

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