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Mumford & Sons stopped in for a session with Jo Whiley at the BBC’s famed Maida Vale Studios on 15th April, 2013. This download collection includes the full session as broadcast on 18th April by BBC Radio 2:

  1. Interview
  2. Reminder
  3. Interview
  4. Babel [audio post here]
  5. Interview
  6. Whispers in the Dark
  7. Interview

PLEASE NOTE: The collection is in RAR format, so you will need a simple RAR converter to open the file once you’ve downloaded it. SimplyRAR and Stuffit Expander are good (and free!) options.

The album cover art photo is courtesy of the BBC Radio 2 Facebook Page.

Click above to download. Enjoy!

TODAY, 18th April: Jo Whiley at BBC Radio 2 has an exclusive session with Mumford & Sons from the BBC’s famed Maida Vale Studios. The band’s second album Babel was one of the biggest selling records of 2012 and it won them Album of the Year at the GRAMMYs. In June, they’ll headline Glastonbury alongside The Arctic Monkeys and The Rolling Stones.
The broadcast begins at 8pm local time, and you can click here to convert to your local time zone.
Finally, listen to the broadcast on BBC Radio 2 right here!

TODAY, 18th AprilJo Whiley at BBC Radio 2 has an exclusive session with Mumford & Sons from the BBC’s famed Maida Vale Studios. The band’s second album Babel was one of the biggest selling records of 2012 and it won them Album of the Year at the GRAMMYs. In June, they’ll headline Glastonbury alongside The Arctic Monkeys and The Rolling Stones.

The broadcast begins at 8pm local time, and you can click here to convert to your local time zone.

Finally, listen to the broadcast on BBC Radio 2 right here!

Mumford & Sons on BBC Radio 2 ]

From the Mumford & Sons Official Website:
Thursday 27, September 2012

She’s good, that Jo Whiley.

Yesterday she broadcast an interview with the band during which she got them to answer/confess to the following questions:

How did the Gentlemen of the Road Stopovers come about?
How do they choose singles from the album?
What are their favourite bands/songs?
How did they go about recording Babel?
What was the first record they bought?
Where were they when they first heard their own song on the radio?

You can listen again here. The interview starts at around 30 minutes in.

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