Saturday, December 22, 2012

Playlist December 21 2012

O Maya, Is This Really The End?

 Neil Young “Emperor Of Wyoming”  Neil Young (1968)  Reprise
 Emperors of Wyoming “Cruel Love Ways”  Emperors Of Wyoming (2012)  Hillbilly Digital — Finally out in this country

 Sharon Van Etten “Serpents”  Tramp (2012)  Jagjaguwar
 The Liminanas “AF3458”  Crystal Anis (2012)  Hozac
 Susanna Hoffs “Sally Go Round The Roses”  From Me To You (2012)  Baroque Folk — Jaynetts cover - Don't you go downtown
 Peter Buck “Travel Without Arriving”  Peter Buck (2012)  Mississippi —The Outer Light?? New Vinyl only solo album

 Pure Bathing Culture “Ivory Coast”  Pure Bathing Culture (2012)  Memphis Industries — Members of Vetiver's touring band
 Woollen Kits “Susannah”  Four Girls (2012)  Trouble in Mind — Austrailian Band
 Martin Phillipps “I Love My Leather Jacket”  Songs From Solo Below (2012)  Far South — Solo Live version of A Chills Classic song
 Davie Allan and The Arrows “The Wild Angels Ballad”  The Wild Angels (Soundtrack) (1966)  Tower — Dirge

   The Weiner Dog Comp (2012)  Burger Records — Benefit for  "Popcorn"' a little dog' s Operation  - cassette only release
 The Go “Party Goin' On”
 The Abigails “4 U 4 TRK”  Roky Erikson Cover
 Paul Collins “Baby, I'm In Love With You”
  Dirt Dress “15th”  Wire Cover
 The Aquadolls “Honey”  Please don't tell me she's singing about Honey Boo Boo
 The Three O'Clock “Paperback Writer”  Beatles Cover done Live

 Richard Hawley “Time Will Bring You Winter”  Standing At the Sky's Edge (2012)  Mute Records
 Goat “Goatman”  World Music (2012)  Stranded

 The Mothers Of Invention “The Orange County Lumber Truck”  Road Tapes (2012)  Vaulternative — Happy Birthday Frankie Z

 The Hollies “Stewball” Would You Believe? (1965)  EMI — A Racing Horse
 John Lennon and Yoko Ono “Happy Christmas (War Is Over)”  Single (1970)  Apple — Happy Solstice and holidays to all

 Copendium : An Expedition into the Rock n Roll Underworld By Julian Cope
 Cold Sun “Fall”  Dark Shadows (1989)  Rockadelic — Rec 1970 -
 Comets On Fire “Return To Heaven”  Field Recordings from the Sun (2002)  Ba Da Bing!
 Vincent Black Shadow “Child Of Orion”  Vincent Black Shadow (2005)  Heart Break Beat
 Crow Tongue “Ghost Eye Gaze: Ghost Eye See”  Ghost Eye Seeker (2007)  Hand/eye
 Chrome “TV As Eyes”  Half Machine Lip Moves (1979)  Siren
 The New Lou Reeds “Stranded In Ashland”  Screwed (2003)  Exit Stencil Recordings LLC

Young Marble Giants "Final Day" Final Day EP (1980) Rough Trade
 Laurie Anderson “The End of the World”  The Ugly One With the Jewels and Other Stories (1995)  Rhino/Warner Bros. — It's starting
 Barbara Lewis “Baby I'm Yours” Single (1965) Atlantic — Written by Van McCoy
  Elvis Costello “Waiting for the End of the World”  My Aim Is True (1977)  Stiff — Pathways Demo

 Bill Fay “Time of the Last Persecution” Still Some Light (2010)  Coptic Cat   rec 1971
 Tom Waits “Earth Died Screaming” Bone Machine (1992)  Island
 Nick Drake “Pink Moon”  Pink Moon (1972)  Island Records
 Jens Lekman “The End of the World Is Bigger Than Love”  I Know What Love Isn't (2012)  Secretly Canadian

 The Clash “London Calling”  London Calling (1979)  CBS
 Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds “(I'll Love You) Till The End Of The World”  Until The End Of The World Soundtrack (1991)  Warners
 The Firesign Theatre “Excerpt”  Everything You Know Is Wrong (1974)  Columbia — Reebus Cannibis and his leap to the center of the earth
 REM “It's the End of the World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)”  Document (1987)  IRS
 Super Furry Animals “It's Not The End Of The World”  Rings Around The World (2001)  XL Recordings
 The Byrds “We'll Meet Again”  Mr. Tambourine Man (1965)  Columbia - Vera Lynn cover from Dr. Strangelove
 The Beatles “The End”  Abbey Road (1969)  Apple

Friday, December 14, 2012

Playlist December 14 2012

What's New or Indifferentism
 Bill Fay “Time to Wake Up Now”  Still Some Light (2010)  Coptic Cat — Early versions of songs that appears on his Great new Lp "Life Is People"
 The Beach Boys “Summer's Gone”  That's Why God Made The Radio (2012)  Capitol — Fun Fun Fun 50th Anniversary Concert last summer
 Neil Young With Crazy Horse “She's Always Dancing”  Psychedelic Pill (2012)  Reprise — The Old Man still rocks

 Jack White “I'm Shakin'”  Blunderbuss (2012)  Third Man — Rocked it on Conan this week
 The Blasters “Border Radio”  The Blasters (1981)  Slash — Jack White reminded me of this
 Graham Parker And The Rumour “She Rocks Me”  Three Chords Good (2012)  EMI /Primary Wave — A very welcome reunion !
 Graham Parker And The Rumour “Soul On Ice”  Stick to Me (1977)  Mercury — What they sounded like 25 years ago

 Ty Segall “Would You Be My Love ”  Twins (2012)  Drag City — Third album this year!
 Dum Dum Girls “I Got Nothing” End of Daze - EP (2012)  Sub Pop — Great at Pondamonium
 Wreckless Eric And Amy Rigby “Valley Liquors”  A Working Museum (2012)  Southern Domestic — Have a swig
 King Tuff “Bad Thing”  King Tuff (2012)  Sub Pop — Not so bad

 Smoke Fairies “The Three Of Us”  Blood Speaks (2012)  V2
 The Byrds “Triad”  Never Before (1989)  Murray Hill — infamous David Crosby song Rec 1967
 Aimee Mann “Living A Lie”  Charmer (2012)  SuperEgo — feat. James Mercer - Shins

 Martin Phillipps “Pink Frost” Songs From Solo Below (2012)  Far South — 2012 acoustic remake of Chills classic
 The Men “Oscillation”  Open Your Heart (2012)  Sacred Bones Records
 Ravi Shankar “Frenzy And Distortion”  Raga OST (1971)  Apple — Guitar Man?? More like Sitar Man
 Ravi Shankar “Dhun (Fast Teental)”  Monterey International Pop Festival (1992) Rhino — Recorded June 1967 - RIP Ravi
 George Harrison “So Sad”  Dark Horse (1974)  Apple — request from last week's Harrison special
 Arthur Alexander “Anna”  Single (1962)  Dot — Covered by The Beatles
 Los Hermanos “Anna Julia”  Los Hermanos (1999)  Best — covered by Jim Capaldi
 The Beatles “Julia”  The Beatles (White Album) (1968)  Apple — For John and Yoko and Sean

 Goat “Let It Bleed” World Music (2012)  Stranded — Wild Swedish Sound
 The Rolling Stones “Let It Bleed”  Hampton Coliseum 1981 (2012)  Rolling Stones — Official Live release - celebrating 50 years

 Margaret Lewis “Reconsider Me” Single (1960)  Ram Records — Featured in 2012 Oxford American Magazine - Louisiana Special
 John Fred And The Playboys “Shirley”  Single (1959)  Montel — Also in Oxford American
 Meschiya Lake and The Little Big Horns “Lucky Devil”  Lucky Devil (2010)  CD Baby — Also in Oxford American

 Laurel Halo “Years”Quarantine (2012)  Hyper Dub — Julia Holter Pick for 2012 in Mojo Poll
 Julia Holter “Our Sorrows” Ekstasis (2012)  RVNG International — Very cool electronic sounds
 Nite Jewel “In The Dark”  One Second of Love (2012)  Secretly Canadian — Also tapped by Julia Holter in Mojo Poll

 Django Django “Hail Bop”  Django Django (2012)  Because Music
 Tame Impala “Feels Like We Only Go Backwards”  Lonerism (2012)  Modular Recordings
 Wire “Go Ahead”  Single B-Side (1979)  Harvest — Map Ref 41N 93W

 Cat Power “Nothin But Time”  Sun (2012)  Matador — With Iggy Pop - Edited version
 Susanna Hoffs “All I Got To Do” From Me To You (2012)  Baroque Folk — Beatle cover

 Port St. Willow “Amawalk”  Holiday (2012)  Port St. Willow — Plugged by Brian Eno in Mojo Poll
 Woods “Size Meets the Sound”  Bend Beyond (2012)  Woodsist
 The Mothers Of Invention “King Kong”  Road Tapes (2012)  Vaulternative — Recorded Aug 25 1968 Kerrisdale Arena Vancouver B.C.

Friday, December 07, 2012

Playlist December 7 2012  File Under: Posh Skiffle

Portrait Of A Leg End

 The Remo Four “In The First Place”  Single (1997)  Pilar — Rec 1967 For the film "Wonderwall"
 Joe Brown “That's The Way It Goes”  More Of The Truth (2008)  Track Records

 George Harrison “Mo”  Mo's Songs (1994)  Warner Bros — Tribute to Mo Ostin
 Carl Perkins And George Harrison “Distance Makes No Difference With Love”  Go Cat Go! (1996) on Dinosaur Entertainment — Carl's last record
 The Beatles “Free As A Bird”  Anthology 1 (1995)  Apple

 Ringo Starr “King Of Broken Hearts”  Vertical Man (1998)  Mercury
 Cream “Badge”  Goodbye (1969)  Atco — With L'Angelo Mysterioso
 Platinum Weird “This Guitar (Can't Keep From Crying)”  Download (2006) on Weapons of Mass Entertainment — Dave Stewart and George Harrison

 Bob Dylan “If Not For You”  Bootleg Series Vol 2 (1991)  Columbia — Bob with George Harrison Rec 5-1-1970
 Marianne Faithfull “Beware of Darkness”  Rich Kid Blues (2002)  Demon
 Elliott Smith “Isn't It A Pity”  Download (1998)  Unknown — Rec live 1998

 The Trypes “The Inner Light”  Music For Neighbors (2012)  Acute / Hostess — Feelies Offshoot Rec 1984
 Sonic Youth “Within You Without You”  Sgt. Pepper Knew My Father (1988) NME
 Cornershop “Love You To”  Yellow Submarine Resurfaces (2012)  Mojo

 Alvin Lee “The Bluest Blues”  I Hear You Rockin' (1994)  Magnum — George plays the blues!!
 Jim Capaldi “Anna Julia”  Living On The Outside (2001)  Steamhammer — Very Beatley Track with George
 Gary Moore “That Kind Of Woman”  Still Got The Blues (1990)  Virgin — George on Slide

 Eric Clapton “Run So Far” Journeyman (1989)  Reprise — With George
 Jools Holland with George Harrison “Horse To The Water”  Jools Holland and Friends - Small World Big Band (2001)  Warner — Last Recorded and Released George Harrison Song

 George Harrison “Cheer Down”  The Best of Dark Horse (1976-1989) (1989)  Dark Horse — Lethal Weapon 2 Soundtrack
 George Harrison “Shanghai Surprise”  Cloud Nine (Reissue) (2004)  Warner Bros — From the Handmade Film Shanghai Surprise 1986
 George Harrison “I Don't Want To Do It” Porky's Revenge OST (1985)  Columbia — Dylan Cover
 George Harrison “Dream Away” Gone Troppo (1982)  Dark Horse — Time Bandits closing song

 Frank Sinatra “Something”  Trilogy Past, Present, Future (1980)  Reprise — Ol Blues eyes Fave Lennon/McCartney song
 Nina Simone “Here Comes The Sun”  Here Comes the Sun (1971)  RCA

 The Traveling Wilburys “Maxine” The Traveling Wilburys Collection (2007)  Warner Bros — Vol 1 leftover Nelson Wilbury song rec 1990
 The Traveling Wilburys “Nobody's Child”  Nobody's Child (1990)  Warner Bros — Romanian Relief
 Duane Eddy “Theme for Something Really Important”  Duane Eddy (1987) Capitol — With George on Slide
 Colin Newman “Blue Jay Way”  Not To (1982)  4AD
 The Late B.P. Helium “Don't Let Me Wait Too Long”  Kumquat Mae - EP (2004)  Orange Twin Records
 Yim Yames “Long Long Long”  A Tribute To - EP (2009)  Rough Trade — Jim James of My Morning Jacket

 Paul McCartney “All Things Must Pass”  Concert For George (2003)  Oops/Warner Bros
 George Harrison “Absolutely Sweet Marie”  Bob Dylan 30th Anniversary Concert Celebration (1993)  Columbia
 Eric Clapton And Band “Wah Wah”  Concert For George (2003)  Oops/Warner Bros
 Tom Petty. Jeff Lynne, Steve Winwood, Dhani Harrison And Prince “While My Guitar Gently Weeps”  The Best Of The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Live (2011)  Time Life — From George's 2004 Induction Ceremony

 Billy Preston “Sing One To The Lord”  Encouraging Words (1970)  Apple — With George
 George Harrison “My Sweet Lord”  Single (1970)  Apple — 45 Mix
 The Church “It's All Too Much”  A Box of Birds (1999)  Cooking Vinyl — Plus a little Electric Avenue !?

Friday, November 16, 2012

Playlist November 16 2012

Over The Hill On The Psychedelic Parkway

 Susanna Hoffs “November Sun”  Someday (2012) Baroque Folk — with members of Costello's band
 Elvis Costello “Sparkling Day”  One Day OST (2011) — Forthcoming "In Motion Pictures" compilation

 Neil Young With Crazy Horse “Psychedelic Pill”  Psychedelic Pill (2012) Reprise — Phased version
 Emperors of Wyoming “Brand New Heart Of Stone”  Emperors Of Wyoming (2012)  Proper — Sounding awfully cool
 The Rolling Stones “Heart of Stone” 7"Single (1964)  London — Single Mono Version
 Ananda Shankar “Jumpin' Jack Flash”  Ananda Shankar (1970)  Reprise — Ravi's Nephew

 Tender Trap “Broken Doll”  Ten Songs About Girls (2012)  Fortuna POP!
 Eno, Moebius And Roedelius “Broken Head” After The Heat (1978)  Sky — Excerpt
 Yo La Tengo “Stupid Things” Stupid Things - EP (2012) Matador — new LP " Fade "and the band coming in 2013

 The Moons “Jennifer (Sits Alone)”   Single (2012)  Schnitzel Records — Also on Mojo Nov 2012 Cd "Move On Up"
 Lloyd Cole and The Commotions “Jennifer She Said”  Mainstream (1987)  Capitol
 Joey Ramone “New York City”  "…Ya Know?" (2012)  BMG — For Vic
 Cat Power “Manhattan”  Sun (2012)  Matador
 Aimee Mann “Crazytown” Charmer (2012) Superego
  — Tonight in Stoughton

 Jens Lekman “That's The Way Love Is” 7"Single B-Side (2012)  Secretly Canadian
 Taken By Trees “Large”  Other Worlds (2012)  Secretly Canadian
 El Perro del Mar “Walk On By”  Pale Fire (2012)  Memphis Industries — Original Song Remixed by St Etienne
 The Beach Boys “Walk On By”  Friends - 20/20 (1990)  Capitol — Fragment rec 1968
 Calexico “Epic (Live)”  Algiers / Spiritoso (2012)  City Slang — with Deutsches Filmorchester Babelsberg

 White Fence “Run, Run, Run”  The Velvet Underground and Nico Tribute (2012)  Castle Face
 Velvet Underground and Nico “Waiting For My Man”  The Velvet Underground and Nico (2012)  Universal Records — Scepter Sounds Alternate version Rec 4-25-1966
 The Mallards “There She Goes Again”  The  Velvet Underground and Nico Tribute (2012)  Castle Face
 Ruby Free “Bongos and Beards”  Introducing Ruby Free (2012)  Sodastar Music — Thanks Mark
 The Fresh And Onlys “Long Slow Dance”  Long Slow Dance (2012)  Mexican Summer
The Bin Men "The Ballad of Percy Mae" Sensible Hair Cut EP (2012) Self Released
 The Mothers Of Invention “Hungry Freaks, Daddy”  Road Tapes (2012)  Vaulternative — Kerrisdale Arena Vancouver B.C. August 25 1968

 The Liminanas “I'm Dead”  Single (2010)  Hozac
 Allah-Las “Tell Me (What's On Your Mind)”  Allah-Las (2012)  Innovative Leisure
 The Standells “It's All In Your Mind”  Dirty Water (1994)  Sundazed — Rec Gold Star Studios 1965
 Ty Segall “Who Are You ” Twins (2012)  Drag City
 Man Or Astroman? “Communication Breakdown II”  7"Single (2012)  Chunklet — Second in a series of singles
 Tame Impala “Led Zeppelin”  Lonerism (2012)  Modular Recordings — Lonerism Bonus Track
 Led Zeppelin “Communication Breakdown”  BBC Sessions (1997)  Atlantic Records — Top Gear June 24 1969

Watching The Flowers -Shindig Magazine Pop Psych From Would Be Hippies
 Del Shannon “Colour Flashing Hair”  The Further Adventures Of Charles Westover (1967)  Liberty — Del goes Psychedelic
 Bobby Vee and The Strangers “I May Be Gone”  Come Back When You Grow Up (1967)  Liberty — Slice of dark garage-pop
 Tommy Roe “It's Now Winter's Day”  It's Now Winters Day (1967)  ABC Records — California Surf exiled to the Rocky Mountains
 The Four Seasons “Watch The Flowers Grow” 7" Single (1967)  Phillips — File under lost epic

 Roy Orbison “Southbound Jericho Parkway” 7"Single B-Side (1968)  MGM — Big O sounds lost on this Psychedelic Parkway
 Pat Boone “Song To The Siren”  Departure (1969)  Tetragrammaton — Yo Ho Ho and a bottle of WTF
 Julie London “Sunday Morning”  Yummy, Yummy, Yummy (1969)  Liberty — Her Trip to be hip

 Brian Hyland “On The East Side”  Brian Hyland (1970)  UNI Records — Produced and co written by Del Shannon
 Gene Pitney “Animal Crackers (In Cellophane Boxes)” 7" Single B-Side (1967)  Musicor — Don't eat if the Seal is broken
 Bobby Darin “Long Line Rider”  Bobby Darin Born Robert Walden Cassotto (1968) Direction — More funky Country than Psych folk

 Dum Dum Girls “Lord Knows”  End of Daze - EP (2012)  Sub Pop Records
 Tommy James and The Shondells “Crimson and Clover”7" Single (1968)  Roulette
 Moon Duo “Zoned”  7" Split Single (2012)  Sacred Bones Records — new album Circles is equally fab

Sunday, November 11, 2012

The Magnitude of their loss is just stunning.

Help if you can

Friday, November 09, 2012

Playlist November 9 2012

Sandy Norton and Tom Wilson

Norton Records warehouse was flooded as a result of Hurricane Sandy 
Here is a listen to just a taste of their good taste in musical reissues and new sounds
 The Mad Daddy “Weather”  Wavy Gravy!: Atom Smashin' Zoomeratin' Mello Jello Radio Broadcasts, 1958-64 (2003)  — Pete Myers lives on in the airwaves
 Nervous Norvus “The Evil Hurricane”  Space Age Woo (2004)  — Too Bad bout Sandy
 The Flamin' Groovies “Shake Some Action”  Slow Death (2002)  — Unreleased sessions 1971-1973

 Gino Washington “Out Of This World”  Out Of This World (1999)  — Wand Single 1963
 Thee Midniters “Love Special Delivery” In Thee Midnite Hour (2006)  — Whittier Single 1966
 Esquerita “Rockin' The Joint”  Vintage Voola (1987) — 1958 pre Capitol Records acetate (Rock With Me)
 The Lyres “Gettin' Plenty Lovin'” Single B-Side (1992)  — Esquerita cover

 The Untamed Youth “Jennie Lee”  Single B-Side (1996)  — Rec 1989 - Tree stumps cover (Ohio garage)
 The Dictators “16 Forever” Every Day Is Saturday (2007)  — Rec 1978, covered by The Nomads
 Link Wray “Please Please Me”  Missing Links Vol 3 : Some Kinda Nut (1990)  — Beatles Cover circa 1964
 Doug Sahm and The Dell Kings “Slow Down”  San Antonio Rock (2000)  — Harlem Records single 1960

 Andre Williams and The A-Bones “The Spider And The Fly” Single (2004)  — Norton's Rolling Stones Singles Series
 Reigning Sound “I'd Much Rather Be With the Boys”  Single (2003)  — Norton's Rolling Stones Singles Series
 Los Peyotes “Pasemos a Noche Juntos”  Their Hispanic Majesties Request EP (2010)  — Let's Spend The Night Together - Espanol

 Rudy "Tutti" Grayzell Y Los A-Bones “Wooly Bully”  Turban Renewal (1994)  — Espanol Tribute to Sam The Sham And The Pharoahs
 The A-Bones “Darlene” Free Beer For Life EP (1988)  — Ben Vaughn Cover
 The Original Ben Vaughn Combo “Grasshopper” Turban Renewal (1994)  — Sam The Sham Tribute Album

 The Rivieras “Arizona Sun” Let's Stomp with The Rivieras! (2000)  — Unissued 1964 Recordings
 The Real Kids “Do the Boob”  The Real Kids (1977) 
 Mad Mike And The Maniacs “The Hunch”  Mad Mike Monsters Vol 3 (2008)  — Pittsburg DJ Mad Mike Metrovich Favorites - Hunch records single 1961
 T Valentine “Do The Do”  The Big Itch Vol 5 (1995)  Mr Mannicotti — Norton related label for weird stuff VAL Single 1962
 Bunker Hill “The Girl Can't Dance” Missing Links Vol 3 : Some Kinda Nut (1990)  — 1963 Mala Single - aka Dave Walker And The Raymen

 Arthur Lee And The Grassroots “You I'll Be Following” Single (2006)  — Pre Love 1965 Demos
 Loose Ends “Free Soul”  Fort Worth Teen Scene Vol 3 (2004)  — Folk rock band featuring a young T-Bone Burnett Mala Single 1966
 Mary Weiss “Stop And Think It Over”  Dangerous Game (2007)  — with The Reigning Sound - Former Shangri La Lead Singer
 The Pleasure Seekers “Never Thought You'd Leave Me” Friday At The Hideout (2001)   — Detroit Garage Single 1965 with Young Suzi Quatro

 Charlie Feathers “Stuttering Cindy” Uh Huh Honey (1992)  — b-Side Philwood single 1971
 Hasil Adkins “No More Hot Dogs”  Out to Hunch (1986) — First long player on Norton records
 The Sonics “Psycho”  Mad Mike Monsters Vol 1 (2008)  — Etiquette single 1966

 Tom Wilson - Career overview - Columbia, Verve and MGM staff producer 

 Sun Ra “New Day” from The Futuristic Sounds Of Sun Ra (1961) on Savoy

 Bob Dylan “Mr Tambourine Man” from No Direction Home - Bootleg Series vol 7 (2005) on Columbia — With Ramblin Jack Elloitt - Rec June 1964
 Bob Dylan “Like A Rolling Stone” from Highway 61 Revisited (1965) on Columbia — Mono - Tom Wilson's last Dylan Production

 Simon And Garfunkel “Sounds Of Silence” from Single (1965) on Columbia — Overdubbed by Tom Wilson with Dylan's band - #1 Record Nov 65
 Jim And Jean “Changes” from Changes (1966) on Verve Forecast — Phil Ochs cover
 Dion with The Wanderers “I Can't Help But Wonder Where I'm Bound” from Wonder Where I'm Bound (1968) on Columbia — 1966 unreleased recordings

 The Velvet Underground & Nico “Sunday Morning” from The Velvet Underground & Nico (1967) on Verve — Mono Single version Dec 1966
 Tom Wilson with Lou Reed “Interview” from The Music Factory No.3 (1968) on MGM — promo
 The Velvet Underground & Nico “Venus In Furs” from The Velvet Underground & Nico (1967) on Verve — Stereo Version sweetened by Tom Wilson (Uncredited)
 The Velvet Underground “White Light / White Heat” from White Light / White Heat (1968) on Verve — Mono Version

 Nico “These Days” from Chelsea Girls (1967) on Verve — Mono version - Jackson Browne cover- VU as backing band
 Ill Wind “Hung Up Chick” from Flashes (1968) on ABC Records
 The Blues Project “No Time Like the Right Time” from Single (1967) on Verve Forecast — Al Kooper project (at first)

 The Mothers Of Invention “Trouble Every Day” from Freak Out (1966) on Verve — First Rock Double Album and a Debut to boot
 The Mothers Of Invention “Who Are the Brain Police?” from Freak Out (1966) on Verve — Actually "You" are
 The Mothers Of Invention “Plastic People” from Absolutely Free (1967) on Verve

 Burt Ward “Boy Wonder I Love You” from Single (1966) on MGM — Robin written by Zappa produced by Tom Wilson
 The Animals “Help Me Girl” from Eric Is Here (1966) on MGM
 The Soft Machine “Why Are We Sleeping?” from Soft Machine Vol 1 (1968) on ABC Probe

Friday, October 19, 2012

Playlist October 19 2012

Unconventional Pledge of Allegiance to WORT

 Tom Waits “Sixteen Shells From A Thirty Ought Six”  Big Time (1988)  Island
 Bob Dylan “Duquesne Whistle”  Tempest (2012)  Columbia
 Taken By Trees “Not Like Any Other”  Other Worlds (2012)  Secretly Canadian
 Tame Impala “Elephant”  Elephant - Single (2012)  Modular Recordings — Todd Rundgren Remix

The Belfast Gypsies  "People Let's Freak Out" The Belfast Gypsies
The Saxons "Camel Walk" 7"Single (1959)

 The Midwest Beat “Apology Accepted”  Single (2012)  Certified PR Records
 Woods “Bend Beyond”  Bend Beyond (2012)  Woodsist
 Kelly Hogan “Ways Of This World”  I Like To Keep Myself In Pain (2012)  Anti — Vic Chestnutt song
 Garbage “Big Bright World”  Not Your Kind Of People (2012)  StunVolume
 The Kinks “All Day And All Of The Night”  At the BBC (2012)  Sanctuary Records . — Live on Emma Freud Show Oct 7 1994
 The Fresh And Onlys “20 Days And 20 Nights”  Long Slow Dance (2012)  Mexican Summer
 The XX “Chained”  Coexist (2012)  Young Turks
  The Massed Carnaby Street John Cooper Clarkes “The Day My Pad Went Mad” C:81 (1981)  NME — Live Version from NME Cassette
 Wreckless Eric And Amy Rigby “1983”  A Working Museum (2012)  Southern Domestic — This is not a love song
 Divine Fits “Would That Not Be Nice”  A Thing Called Divine Fits (2012)  Merge — Supergroup

 Kraftwerk “The Model”  The Man Machine (1978)  Capitol
 Deerhoof “Fete D'Adieu”  Breakup Song (2012)  Polyvinyl Records
 The Capitols “Cool Jerk”  Single (1966)  Karen — Detroit Dance classic

 The Fleshtones “No Tengo Dinero”  Quatro X Quatro - EP (2012)  Yep Roc Records
 Yo La Tengo “Stupid Things”  Stupid Things - EP (2012)  Matador — It's been awhile, But Finally

 Dean and Britta “I'll Keep It With Mine”  13 Most Beautiful (2010) Double Feature
 The Velvet Underground And Nico “All Tomorrow's Parties”  Single (1967)  Verve  Mono  single version
 M Ward “The Twist”  Single (2011)  Merge — The knife not the dance

 Allah Las “Tell Me (What's On Your Mind)”Allah-Las (2012)  Innovative Leisure Records
 The Byrds “Lady Friend” Single (1967)  Columbia — Mono Single Version
 Opossom “Girl”  Electric Hawaii (2012)  Fire Records
 Emperors of Wyoming “Cornfield Palace”  Emperors Of Wyoming (2012)  Proper — From the ashes of Buzz Gunderson
 The Mynah Birds “It's My Time”  Single (2006)  V.I.P./Motown — Rec 1966 w/ Rick James and Neil Young
 Treefort “Hideout”  Tres Fort (2012)  Self  Released
 Aimee Mann “Gamma Ray”  Charmer (2012)  Superego
 Beck “Gamma Ray”  Modern Guilt (2008)  Interscope
 Man Or Astroman? “Defcon 5”  Single (2012)  Chunklet
 Tender Trap “Could This Be The Last Time?”  Ten Songs About Girls (2012)  Fortuna POP!
 The Shazam “I Can See for Miles”  The New Sell Out (2012) Futureman — Remaking the Who's Best Album Rec 2000
 The Hussy “Liar”  Weed Seizure (2012)  Tic Tac Totally

 Paul Westerberg "My Road Now" Download (2012) Self Released
 Calexico “Para” Algiers /Spiritoso (2012)  City Slang — Live with Radio Symphonie Orchester Wien
 Bill Fay “Thank You Lord”  Life Is People (2012)  Dead Oceans

Saturday, October 13, 2012

Playlist October 12 2012

Do The Dance -A- Thon

  Hank Ballard And The Midnighters “The Twist”  Single (1958)  King — Original version that started it all
 The Lone Twister “The Lone Twister”  Single (1961)  Atlantic — Murray The K (in disguise)
 Elvis Presley “Do The Clam”  Girl Happy (1965)  RCA
 Bobby Freeman “C'Mon And Swim”  Single (1964)  Autumn — Sly Stone production
 Radio Birdman “Do The Pop”  Radios Appear (1978)  Sire
 Roxy Music “Do The Strand”  For Your Pleasure (1973)  Warner Brothers — There's a new sensation!

 Johnny Madara “Do The Bop”  The Best of Johnny Madara (1957)  That Philly Sound — Original version of At The Hop with Danny and The Juniors as Backing band
 Freddie And The Dreamers “Do The Freddie”  Single (1965)  Mercury
 Marsha Gee “Peanut Duck” Girl Group Sounds Lost and Found Box Set (2005)  Rhino — Total Mystery surrounds who this is Circa 1963

 Magazine “Do the Meaning”  No Thyself (2011)  Wier-Sound — Return of Devoto and Co
 The Cincinnati Music Co “Let's Do The Thing” Single (1968)  KAPP
 Lurch (Ted Cassidy) “Do The Lurch”  7" Single (1965)  Capitol — Addams Family Spin-off. Don't Just Stand There

 Nat Kendrick And The Swans “(Do The) Mashed Potatoes, Pt. 1” Single (1960)  Dade — AKA James Brown w/ DJ Kendrick
 Wiskey Biscuit “When I Did The Mashed Potatoes With You”  Delphonic Sounds Today (1999)  Del-Fi — Larry Bright did original
 Joe Jackson “(Do The) Instant Mash”  Look Sharp! (1979)  A&M
 Billy Pitcock And The People “The Frog”  Single (1964)  Action!
 Alfred E Neuman “Let’s Do The Fink”  Fink Along With MAD (1963)  Big Top — Second of two Mad Magazine Record Albums
 Mr. Gasser And The Weirdo's “Doin' The Surfink”  Surfink! (1964)  Capitol — Everybody's doin' it
 Donna Loren “So, Do The Zonk !” Single (1965)  Capitol — B-Side from the Dr Pepper Girl

 The Primitives “The Ostrich”  Single (1964)  Pickwick City — Pre- Velvets Lou Reed
 The Scenics “Do The Wait”  Sunshine World (2009)  Dream Tower — Rec 1977-8
 John Lennon with The Elastic OZ Band “Do The OZ”  Single (1971)  Apple — Benefit single for OZ Magazine

 Dee Dee Sharp “Do The Bird”  Single (1963)  Cameo Parkway — Everybody Knows What's the Word
 Hank Blackman And The Killers “Itchy-Koo” Single (1962)  Brent — Major lift from JJ Jackson's Ooh Ma Lidi
 The Novas “The Crusher”  Single (1964)  Parrot — For all you Turkeynecks
 The Chello's “Chicken Back Twist”  Single (1964)  WGW
 The Cramps “Ultra Twist”  Flamejob (1994)  Medicine — Stick It In, Tongue n Groovin

 X-Men “Do The Ghost”  Single (1984)  Creation — Early Single on Creation
 The Symbols “Do The Zombie”  Laff Blasts from the Past (2006)  Sequel — Rec 1965
 Marveluss Mickey And The Rock-A-Sonics “Do The Robot”  Single (1958)  Marlo — St Louis Mo
 The Cure “Do The Hansa”  Join the Dots - B-Sides And Rarities (1983)  Fiction — Boys Don't Cry 12" B-Side

The Woggles "Takamatzu Twist" Fractured(2000) Telstar

 Archie Bell and the Drells “Do The Hand Jive”  There's Gonna Be A Showdown (1969)  Atlantic
 The Bonzo Dog Band “Do The Trouser Press”  Unpeeled (2010)  EMI — Top Gear Session 29th April 1968
 The Soft Boys “Do The Chisel”  A Can Of Bees (1979) on Two Crabs
 The Belgianettes “Do The Crank” Single (1962)  USA — B-Side

 Rufus Thomas “Can Your Monkey Do The Dog”  Single (1964)  Stax — It's a Dog Dance World
 Del Raney's Umbrella “Can Your Hossie Do The Dog?”  Born Bad  BFD — Another mystery disc
 The Cramps “Can Your Pussy Do The Dog?” A Date With Elvis (1986)  Big Beat
 The Specials “Do The Dog”  The Specials (1980)  Chrysalis
 The Underbeats “Annie Do The Dog”  Single (1964)  Banger

 The Stooges  "Shake Appeal"  Raw Power (1973) Columbia

 Guided By Voices “Do The Earth”  I Am A Scientist - EP (1994)  Scat
 The Sparkles “Do The Hip”  Single (1966)  Hickory
 Jr. Walker And The All Stars “Do the Boomerang”  Single (1965)  Soul
 The Majorettes “Do The Kangaroo”  Single (1963)  Troy — 3 Sisters and Friend (Youngest was 12 Years old)

 The Tables “Do The Standing Still”  Single (1978)  Virgin
 Husker Du “Do The Bee”  Land Speed Record (1980)  New Alliance — Recorded Live And Fast
 The German Art Students “Do the Bumble Bee”  Kissing By the Superconductor (2002)  Autobahn Music
 The Real Kids “Do The Boob”  The Real Kids (1977) Red Star

A Big Thanks To all who supported WORT tonight and over the years And To Dr Koolarama and The Former Mike for answering the phones

Friday, September 21, 2012

Playlist September 21 2012

Angels Often Dream of Zero Trains

 Kelly Hogan “Golden”  I Like To Keep Myself In Pain (2012)  Anti
 Emperors of Wyoming “Cornfield Palace”  Emperors Of Wyoming (2012)  Proper — Great new Madison related Band - Buzz Gunderson Rides again
 Aimee Mann “Gumby”  Charmer (2012)  Supergo — She's a Charmer, Dammit

 Peter Sellers “She Loves You”  Hard Days Night EP vol 2 (1993)  Parlephone — Dr Strangelove Version - Rec 1965
 Jens Lekman “She Just Don't Want To Be With You Anymore”  I Know What Love Isn't (2012)  Secretly Canadien
 The XX “Angels”  Coexist (2012)  Young Turks
 Jimi Hendrix “Angel”  The Cry Of Love (1971)  Reprise — Died this week in 1970

 Wreckless Eric And Amy Rigby “Zero To Minus One”  A Working Museum (2012)  Southern Domestic
 Elvis Costello And The Shamrocks “Less Than Zero”  A Bunch Of Stiffs (1977)  Stiff — Unique arrangement on this compilation
 The Leaves “Love Minus Zero” 7"Single B-Side (1966)  Mira — Flip of their first single
 Bob Dylan “Pay In Blood”  Tempest (2012)  Columbia

 John Cooper Clarke “Beasley Street” Snap, Crackle And Bop (1980)  Epic — Nice write up in latest Uncut magazine
 Jesca Hoop “Deeper Devastation”  The House That Jack Built (2012)  Curuja Songs — Tom Waits former nanny
 Sam Phillips “I Need Love”  Martinis And Bikinis (2012)  Omnivore — 2012 remake with String Orchestra

 The Fleshtones “Todos Queremos A Lupe”  Quatro X Quatro - EP (2012)  Yep Roc Records — Everybody Do The Sloopy !!
 The Fleshtones “Les Temps Dira”  Take A Good Look (2008)  Yep Roc Records — Time Will Tell - Written by Keith Reid (Pre Procul Harem)
 Sam The Sham And The Pharaohs “How Do You Catch A Girl?” 7"Single (1966)  MGM — Dec 1966
 Opossum “Girl”  Electric Hawaii (2012)  Fire — Great Pop from New Zealand
 The Velvet Underground And Nico “Femme Fatale”  The Velvet Underground And Nico (1966)  Verve

 Tender Trap “Train from King's Cross Station”  Ten Songs About Girls (2012)  Fortuna POP! — Amelia Fletcher's great pop sensibilties
 The Shangri-Las “The Train From Kansas City” 7" Single B-Side (1965) Red Bird
 The Nashville Ramblers “The Trains”  Single (2011)  Ugly Things — Rec 1986
 Thee Oh Sees “Lupine Dominus”  Putrifiers II (2012)  In The Red

 Taken By Trees “Dreams” Download Single (2012)  Secretly Canadian — Victoria Bergsman
 Peaking Lights “Dreambeat”  Lucifer (2012)  Mexican Summer
 The dBs “Collide -o0o-Scope”  Falling Off The Sky (2012)  Bar/None
 The Dukes Of Stratosphear “Collideascope”  Psonic Psunspot (1985)  Virgin

 Bill Fay “Jesus Etc”  Life Is People (2012) Dead Oceans — Fantastic and surprising new recordings - Wilco cover
 Wilco “A Magazine Called Sunset”  Yankee Hotel Foxtrot Bonus EP (2001)  Nonesuch
 Man Or Astroman? “Defcon 5” 7" Single (2012)  Chunklet — first new record in a long long time
 TEEN “Better” In Limbo (2012)  Carpark Records
 The Kinks “I'm Not Like Everybody Else” 7" Single B-Side (1966)  Reprise

 The Hussy “Molly Molly”  Stab Me 7" EP (2012)  Eradicator — Midwest Beat cover
 Ty Segall “Oh Mary”  Slaughterhouse (2012)  In The Red
 Jon Spencer Blues Explosion “Gadzooks!” 7" Single (2012)  In The Red — Jukebox Series of singles
 Animal Collective “New Town Burnout” Centipede HZ (2012)  Domino Recording
 T Rex “Jeepster” Electric Warrior (1971)  Reprise

 Wavves “Hippies Is Punks” Adult Swim Project 2012 (2012)  Adult Swim
 Woods   "Is It Honest?"  Bend Beyond (2012) Woodsist
 Transmontane “Anything”  Staring Back At You (2012)  Sick Room Records
 Charlemagne “Pink And Silver”  My Sweet Pony Vol 3 (2005)  WiPopExplosion
 Divine Fits “My Love Is Real”  A Thing Called Divine Fits (2012)  Merge

 Daystar “Don't Need This”  Download(2012)  Stone Soup
 Six Organs Of Admittance “Even If You Knew”  Ascent (2012)  Drag City
 The Fresh And Onlys “Fire Alarm”  Long Slow Dance (2012)  Kemado
 The Teardrop Explodes “Colours Fly Away”  Wilder (1981)  Mercury Records

Friday, September 14, 2012

Playlist September 14 2012

Thirty Year Old Needles
1982 archival Special with Jamie The Crawling Therapist

 Wall Of Voodoo “Mexican Radio”  Call Of The West (1982)  IRS

 X “The Have Nots”  Under The Big Black Sun (1982)  Elektra Records — Jocko's Rocket Ship
 The Gun Club “Like Calling Up Thunder”  Miami (1982)  Animal Records
 True Sounds Of Liberty “Walk Alone” Beneath The Shadows (1982)  Alternative Tentacles — aka TSOL

 The Jam “Town Called Malice”  The Gift (1982)  Polydor — The Final Album
 The English Beat “Save It For Later”  Special Beat Service (1982)  IRS
 New Order “Temptation” 7" Single (1982)  Factory

 The Fleshtones “R.I.G.H.T.S”  Roman Gods (1982)  IRS — Super Rock
 The Chesterfield Kings “Little White Lies”  Here Are The Chesterfield Kings (1982)  Mirror

 Iggy Pop “Run Like A Villain”  Zombie Birdhouse (1982)  Animal Records
 The Lords Of The New Church “New Church”  The Lords Of The New Church (1982)  IRS

 The Sisters Of Mercy “Adrenochrome” 7" Single B-Side (1982)  Merciful Release — second single
 Bauhaus “Third Uncle”  The Sky's Gone Out (1982)  Beggars Banquet — Eno Cover recorded for A Peel Session
 Rowland S. Howard with Lydia Lunch “Some Velvet Morning” 12" Single (1982) 4AD — Nancy Sinatra/ Lee Hazelwood cover

 R E M “Carnival Of Sorts (Box Cars)”  Chronic Town EP (1982)  IRS
 Pylon “Crazy”  Chomp (1982)  Db Records
 The Bongos “The Bulrushes”  Drums Along The Hudson (1982)  Fetish
 Marshall Crenshaw “Someday. Someway”  Marshall Crenshaw (1982)  Warner Bros. — Debut

 The Clash “Straight To Hell”  Combat Rock (1982)  Epic
 The Gang Of Four “I Love A Man In A Uniform” Songs Of The Free (1982)  Warner Bros.
 The Fall “Just Step S'ways”  Hex Enduction Hour  (1982)  Kamera

 The Suburbs “Waiting”  Dream Hog EP (1982)  Twin/Tone
 Violent Femmes “Kiss Off”  Violent Femmes (1982)  Slash
 Plasticland “Color Appreciation” 7" Single (1982)  Scadillac
 Spooner “Will You Remember Me?”  Every Corner Dance (1982)  Mountain Railroad

 The Church “Almost With You”  The Blurred Crusade  (1982)  EMI
 Le Hoodoo Gurus “Leilani”  Single (1982)  Phantom
 The Birthday Party “Release The Bats” Junkyard (1982)  4Ad

 Translator “Everywhere That I'm Not” Heartbeats And Triggers (1982)  415
 New Math “They Walk Among You”  They Walk Among You (1982)  415
 Romeo Void “Never Say Never” Benefactor (1982)  415/Columbia

 The Damned “Ignite”  Strawberries (1982)  Bronze
 Elvis Costello And The Attractions “Beyond Belief” Imperial Bedroom (1982)  Columbia
 XTC “Senses Working Overtime”  English Settlement (1982)  Virgin
 Felt “My Face Is On Fire”  7" Single B Side (1982)  Cherry Red

 Black Flag “TV Party” 7'Single (1982)  SST Records
 Meat Puppets “Meat Puppets”  Meat Puppets (1982)  SST Records
 The Minutemen “If Reagan Played Disco”  Bean-Spill EP (1982)  Thermidor
 The Descendents “Suburban Home”  Milo Goes To College (1982) New Alliance Records — Minutemen's label

 The Salvation Army “She Turns To Flowers”  The Salvation Army (1982)  Frontier — Pre Three O Clock Pre Paisley Underground
 The Dream Syndicate “Tell Me When It's Over”  The Days Of Wine And Roses (1982) Ruby

 Chrome “Firebomb”  3rd From The Sun (1982)  Siren
 Fear “Let's Have A War”  The Record (1982)  Slash
 The Dead Kennedys “Trust Your Mechanic”  Plastic Surgery Disasters (1982)  Alternative Tentacles
 Angry Samoans “You Stupid Jerk” Back From Samoa (1982)  Bad Trip
 Angry Samoans “The Ballad Of Jerry Curlan” Back From Samoa (1982)  Bad Trip

Friday, August 24, 2012

 Playlist August 24 2012

Baby, Mellotron My Mind

  The Sadies “Postcards”  Darker Circles(2010  Yep Roc
 The dBs “Write Back”  Falling Off The Sky (2012)  Bar-None

 Kelly Hogan “I Like To Keep Myself In Pain”  I Like to Keep Myself In Pain (2012)  Anti — Robyn Hitchcock penned number
 Robyn Hitchcock “Twitch For Sam Surfer”  Single (2012)  Robyn Hitchcock — Phantom Single #4 - August 23rd Music
 Charlemagne “August Evenings”  Charlemagne (2004)  Winterlander — Happy Belated BDay wishes to Carl - August 23rd
 Go Kart Mozart “Retro-Glancing”  On the Hot Dog Streets (2012)  Cherry Red  — Lawrence of Felt fame

Musical Spotlight on the Mellotron
 The Beatles “Strawberry Fields Forever”  Anthology 2 (1996)  Apple — Take 1 Rec Nov 1966
 Graham Bond Organisation “Baby Can It Be True?”  There's A Bond Between Us (1965) Columbia — First use of Mellotron on a Pop Album
 Manfred Mann “Semi-Detached Suburban Mr. James”  Single (1966)  Mercury — First pop hit with Mellotron

 Madonna “Beautiful Stranger”  The Spy Who Shagged Me (1996)  Maverick — Yeah. Madonna and Mellotrons Baby
 Traffic “Hole In My Shoe”  Mr. Fantasy (1968)  United Artists
 The Dukes Of Stratosphear “The Mole from the Ministry” 25 O'Clock (1985)  Virgin  — An overdose of Mellotron
 Genesis “Watcher Of The Skies”  Foxtrot (1972) o Famous Charisma Label
 The Flaming Lips “All We Have Is Now”  Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots (2002)  Warner Bros.

 The Pretty Things “S.F. Sorrow Is Born”  S.F. Sorrow (1969)  Rare Earth — Great middle section
 The Kinks “Phenomenal Cat”  The Village Green Preservation Society (1968)  Reprise
 The Eels “Souljacker Part II”  Souljacker (2002)  Dreamworks
 King Crimson “Epitaph”  In The Court Of The Crimson King (1969)  Atlantic
 Joy Division “Decades” Closer (1980)  Factory

 Elliott Smith “Everything Means Nothing To Me”  Figure 8 (2000)  Dreamworks — mellotrons kick in right at the end
 Pink Floyd “Julia Dream”  Single (1968)  Capitol
 The Rolling Stones “2000 Light Years From Home”  Their Satanic Majesties Request (1967)  Decca
 The Moody Blues “Legend Of A Mind”  In Search of the Lost Chord (1968)  Deram — Timothy Leary's dead and looking in

Radiohead  "Exit Music (For A Film)"  OK Computer (1997) Capitol
David Bowie  "Space Oddity" Single (1969) RCA
Led Zeppelin  "The Rain Song"  Houses Of The Holy (1973)  Atlantic
Spring "Sweet Mountain"  Spring (1972) United Artists
Orchestral Manoeuvers In The Dark "Joan Of Arc (Maid Of Orleans)" Architecture And Morality (1981) DinDisc

 Spiritualized “Harmony 1 (Mellotron)”  Songs In A & E (2008)  Spacemen
 The Apples In Stereo “Mellotron 1”  New Magnetic Wonder (2007)  Yep Roc Records
 The Bee Gees “Every Christian Lion Hearted Man Will Show You”  Bee Gees' 1st (1967)  Atco
 Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band “Mellotron Improv”  Grow Fins (1999)  Revenant — Live 1978
 Stereolab “Mellotron”  Peng! (1992)  Too Pure
 Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band “Mellotron Improv”  Grow Fins (1999)  Revenant — Live 1980 - Cranky as ever
 Julian Cope “Psychedelic Odin”  Black Sheep (2008)  Head Heritage — Edit
 The Apples In Stereo “Mellotron 2”  New Magnetic Wonder (2007)  Yep Roc 

 George Harrison “Wonderwall To Be Here”  Wonderwall (1968)  Apple
 Paul Weller “Echoes Round The Sun”  22 Dreams (2008)  Yep Roc  — With Noel Gallagher
 Wilco “She's a Jar”  Summerteeth (1999)  Reprise
 Plasticland “Wallflowers”  Plasticland (1985)  Bam Caruso

 The Zombies “Hung Up On A Dream”  Odessey and Oracle (1968)  Date
 Yes “And You And I (Eclipse)”  Close To The Edge (1972) Atlantic

 The Beatles “Tomorrow Never Knows”  Revolver (1966)  Capitol — Their first use of the Mellotron

Friday, August 10, 2012

Playlist August 10 2012

Cassette Party Pooper

 Paul Revere and The Raiders “I Had A Dream”  Revolution! (1967)  Columbia — Featuring Mark Lindsay
 The Memories “Higher” The Memories (2012)  Underwater Peoples — On Believer Mag 2012 Music Issue Cassette
 The Beatles “I Want To Hold Your Hand”  Anthology 1 (1995)  Apple — Morecambe & Wise TV Show Dec 1963
 Jens Lekman “I Know What Love Isn't”  I Know What Love Isn't (2012)  Secretly Canadian

 Shonen Knife “BBQ Party” Super Group (2010) Damnably — Great Show on the Terrace last Friday Night
 Annette Funicello “Beach Party”  Annette's Beach Party (1963)  Buena Vista
 MOM “Boner Party (Tonite)”  Greatest Shits (2012) — On Believer Mag 2012 Music Issue Cassette
 Black Flag “TV Party”  Single (1982)  SST — Only the Olympics are on,again

 Evans The Death “Letter Of Complaint”  Evans The Death (2012)  Slumberland
 Ronnie Hawkins & The Hawks “Further On Up The Road”  Single (1961)  Roulette — 1961, Levon Helm on Vocals and Drums
 Bob Dylan “Sally Gal”  No Direction Home: The Soundtrack (2005)  Columbia  — Freewheelin' Outtake Rec 4-24-1962
 Jack White “I Guess I Should Go To Sleep”  Blunderbuss (2012)  Third Man
 Bo Diddley “Mumblin' Guitar”  Have Guitar - Will Travel (1959)  Checker
 DJ Shadow “Give Me Back the Nights”  The Less You Know, The Better (2011)  Island Records
 Van Morrison “Sweet Thing” Astral Weeks (1968) Warner Bros — Richard Davis's fantastic Bass

 Jethro Tull “A Song for Jeffrey” BBC Sessions (2009)  Chrysalis  — Ian Anderson Happy Birthday - John Peel Top Gear Session July 23 1968
 Robyn Hitchcock “There Goes The Ice”  Single (2012)  Robyn Hitchcock — Phantom Single #4 w/ KT Tunstall
 Charlie Dore “Here Comes The Sun”  Abbey Road Now! (2009)  Mojo Magazine — Tribute to The Abbey Road Album
 The New No 2 “The Waitaround”  The Fear Of Missing Out (2012)  Hot — With RZA and Ruggedhoods

 Shana Cleveland & The Sandcastles “Itching Around” Oh Man, Cover The Ground (2012) — On Believer Mag 2012 Music Issue Cassette
 Sam Phillips “Strawberry Roads (2012 Version)” Martinis & Bikinis (2012)  Omnivore — Reissue of 1994 Album. 2012 remake bonus track
 The Beatles “Strawberry Fields Forever”  Anthology 2 (1996)  Apple — Take 7 & Edit Piece Rec Nov 29 and Dec 9 1966
 Susanna Hoffs “Always Enough”  Someday (2012)  Baroque Folk — with Elvis Costello's Rhythm Section
 Patti Smith “This Is The Girl”  Banga (2012)  Columbia — Written For/About Amy Winehouse
 Neneh Cherry & The Thing “Dream Baby Dream”  The Cherry Thing (2012)  Smalltown Supersound — Happy Birthday Neneh - Suicide Cover

 The Olivia Tremor Control “A Sunshine Fix”  California Demise EP (1993)  Elephant 6 — RIP Bill Doss
 The Sunshine Fix “The Sound's Around You” The Future History of a Sunshine Fix (2001)  Kindercore — Bill's other Band
 The Olivia Tremor Control “Can You Come Down With Us?” Music From The Unrealized Film Script: Dusk At Cubist Castle (1996)  Flydaddy
 The Sunshine Fix “An Illuminated Array”  The Age Of The Sun (2002)  Emperor Norton
 The Olivia Tremor Control “A New Day”  Black Foliage: Animation Music (1999)  Flydaddy
 Ronnie Spector “Something's Gonna Happen” Something's Gonna Happen EP (2000)  Bad Girl Sounds — Rec with Marshall Crenshaw in 1989
 Ronnie Spector “Bye Bye Baby” She Talks to Rainbows (1999)  Kill Rock Stars — Duet with Joey Ramone
 Ronnie Spector “Say Goodbye To Hollywood” Single (1977)  Cleveland International — With The E Street Band
 The Ronettes “Be My Baby”  Presenting The Fabulous Ronettes (1964)  Philles

 Carol King “He's A Bad Boy”  Single (1963)  Dimension — Her 3rd 45 as Carol King
 Neil Young & Crazy Horse “Pocahontas” Rust Never Sleeps (1979)  Reprise — Song might sound familiar
 Mademoiselle Nineteen “Juillet Brillait”  Mademoiselle Nineteen (2012)  Freaksville

 Little Richard “Jenny, Jenny”  Specialty Sessions (1957)  Specialty — Happy Birthday Ms Leopard Print Lounge Jenni
 Dan Stuart “Gonna Change”  4 Songs - EP (2011)  Padre Lindo — New Lp soon as Marlowe Billings

 Rich Hopkins and the Luminarios “Friend Of The Shooter”  Buried Treasures  Blue Rose — August 9 and 10 1969 - Helter Skelter In the Canyons of LA
 The Beatles “Helter Skelter” Anthology 3 (1996)  Apple — Take 2 edit Rec July 18 1968
 Neil Young “Revolution Blues”On the Beach (1974)  Reprise
 The Beach Boys “Never Learn Not to Love” 20/20 (1968)  Capitol — Dennis Wilson and his new friend
 Red Cross “Cease To Exist” Born Innocent (1982)  Smoke 7 — Now Redd Kross - Unlisted vinyl hidden track
 Chris Tolin “Free Charlie”  Single (1978)  20th Fontery Sex Records — Collected on New Galactic Zoo Dossier Magazine CD
 Sonic Youth “Death Valley '69”  Bad Moon Rising (1985)  Homestead — with Lydia Lunch
 The Flaming Lips “Charlie Manson Blues”  Hear It Is (1986)  Pink Dust

Friday, July 20, 2012

Playlist July 20 2012
Soul Flower Power Flirtations

 R. Stevie Moore “Theme from A.G.”  Phonography (1978)  H.P.Music — RIP Andy Griffith
 The Beach Boys “Whistle In”  Smiley Smile (1967)  Capitol
 Pink Floyd “Remember A Day”  A Saucerful of Secrets (1968)  Tower
 Yo La Tengo “Big Day Coming”  Prisoners of Love - A Smattering of Scintillating Senescent Songs 1985-2003 (2005)  Matador — 1992 Demo version - Title of great Biography of the Band

 Susanna Hoffs “Summer Daze”  Some Summer Days EP (2012)  Noisetrade — Teaser for new album
 The Beachwood Sparks “Tarnished Gold”  The Tarnished Gold (2012)  Sub Pop — Great return to recording
 The Byrds “Get To You”  The Notorious Byrd Brothers (1968)  Columbia — Belated Happy 70th Birthday Jim/Roger 7-13-1942
 The Byrds “Eight Miles High”  Fifth Dimension (1966)  Columbia
 Vieux Farka Toure “Sokosondou”  The Secret (2011)  Six Degrees — Definite Eight Miles High groove going on

 Jerry Lee Lewis “Sweet Little Sixteen” Live at Third Man Records (2011)  Third Man Records — April 17 2011
 Joey Ramone “I Couldn't Sleep”  Ya Know? (2012)  BMG
 Best Coast “Up All Night”  The Only Place (2012)  Mexican Summer — Coming to Madison

 The Ventures “Walk Don’t Run”  Single (1960)  Dolton — Released this week in 1960
 Wilco “Me Avivé”  Single (2012)  dBpm — I Might - Spanish Language version
 A Little Bit Of Sound “Incense and Peppermints” Single (1967)  Carole — Garage cover version
 Spirit “So Little Time To Fly”  Clear (1969)  Ode
 The Firesign Theatre “Excerpt”  Everything You Know Is Wrong (1974)  Columbia — Let's Have a Revolution!!
 The dB's “Revolution Of The Mind”  Single (2011)  Bar None — not on New album Falling Off The Sky

 Garbage “I Hate Love”  Not Your Kind Of People (2012) StunVolume — Pondamonium Headliners
 George Harrison “I Dig Love (Excerpt)”  All Things Must Pass (1970)  Apple
 The New No 2 “Make It Home”  The Fear Of Missing Out (2012) Hot — Forthcoming new album featuring Dhani Harrison
 Paul and Linda McCartney “Eat At Home”  Ram (2012)  Capitol — iTunes bonus Live at Groningen August 19 1972
Roy Orbison  "Oh, Pretty Woman" Single (1964) Monument Rec August 1 1964

 Patti Smith “Just Kids” Banga (2012) Columbia — Dedicated to Robert Mapplethorpe
 REM “Nightswimming”  Automatic for the People (1992)  Warner Brothers
 Frankie Rose “Night Swim”  Interstellar (2012)  Slumberland
 The Fresh And Onlys “Take Back The Night” Single (2012)  Souterrain Transmisions — With Paula Frazer on backing vocals

 Nick Nicely “Hilly Fields (1892)” Single (1982)  EMI — The original single
 Nick Nicely “Hilly Fields (The Mourning)”  Single (2012) Fruits de Mer — The Remake (Sequel) 30 years later

 The Men “New Pop”  Single (2012)  Matador — Singles Club
 XTC “This Is Pop?”  Single (1978)  Virgin
 Toby Twirl “Toffee Apple Sunday”  Single (1968)  Decca — Shindig Magazine article - Soul Flower Power Flirtations
 Timebox “Baked Jam Roll In Your Eye” Single (1969)  Deram — Mike Patto
 Simon Dupree &The Big Sound “Castle In The Sky”Part of My Past - the Simon Dupree & the Big Sound Anthology (2004)  EMI — Recorded in 68 released 2004
 The Alan Bown Set “All Along The Watchtower”  Outward Bown (1968)  Deram — Recorded before the Jimi Hendrix version - w/Jess Roden
 The Mike Stuart Span “Children Of Tomorrow”  Single (1968)  Jewel
 Toby Twirl “Romeo And Juliet”  Single (1968)  Decca — B-Side to Toffee Apple Sunday

 The Baseball Project “Harvey Haddix”  Single (2012)  Euclid — pitched 13 inning perfect Game and lost to the Milwaukee Braves
 Neil Young With Crazy Horse “Clementine”  Americana (2012)  Reprise — Oh My Darlin'
 The Grateful Dead “I Know You Rider” Europe 72 (2012) Rhino — Olympia Theatre Paris 5/3/1972
 I See Hawks in LA “I Fell In Love With the Grateful Dead”  New Kind of Lonely (2012)  Blue Rose
 Amps for Christ & Woods “Sleep”  Amps for Christ / Woods (2012)  Shrimper
 Peaking Lights “Dreambeat”  Lucifer (2012)  Mexican Summer — Followup to 936
 Can “Desert”  The Lost Tapes 1968-1975 (2012)  Spoon — Rec 1969 w/ Malcolm Mooney
 Julian Cope “Soul Desert”  Jehovahkill (1992)  Island
 Beach House “Wherever You Go” Bloom (2012)  Sub-Pop— Hidden Track
 The Beach Boys “Pacific Coast Highway”  That's Why God Made The Radio (2012)  Capitol — Amazing Concert at Summerfest

Saturday, June 09, 2012

  Playlist  June 8th 2012 

Vinyl Grooves Thirty Years Time Ago

The Go Go's “Tonight” Beauty And The Beat (1981)  IRS

 The dB's “Ask for Jill” Repercussion (1981)  Albion
 Split Enz “I Got You” True Colours (1980)  A & M

 The Suburbs “Rattle My Bones”  Love Is The Law (1983) Mercury
 The Raybeats “Calhoun Surf”  Guitar Beat (1981)  Don't Fall Off The Mountain — Pre Los Straightjackets

 The Church “Under The Milky Way (Acoustic)”  Starfish (1987)  Mushroom
 Died Pretty “Out Of The Unknown”  Died Pretty EP (1984)  Citadel

 Fun Boy Three “Our Lips Are Sealed”  Waiting (1983)  Chrysalis
 Talking Heads “And She Was” Little Creatures (1985)  Sire

 Husker Du "Eiffel Tower High"  Candy Apple Grey (1986) Warner Brothers
 The Replacements  "Color Mr Impressed"  Hootenanny (1983) Twin/Tone

 The Creeps “Ain't No Square”  Enjoy The Creeps (1986)  Tracks On Wax
 Shockabilly “19Th Nervous Breakdown”  Earth Vs. Shockabilly  (1982)  Shimmy Disk

  Violent Femmes “Gone Daddy Gone”  Violent Femmes (1983)  Slash
 Plasticland “Her Decay”  Plasticland (1984)  Pink Dust — Flexi with 99th Floor Fanzine 1981

 Stan Ridgway “Drive She Said” The Big Heat (1986)  IRS
 Translator “Everywhere That I'm Not” Heartbeats and Triggers (1982)  415

Simple Minds  "Themes for Great Cities"  Sons And Fascination (1981) Virgin

The Golden Palominos “Omaha”  12" Single (1985)  Celluloid — Michael Stipe vocals/ Moby Grape Cover   
Let's Active “Ring True”  Cypress (1984)  I.R.S.

Swamp Thing  "Learning To Disintegrate"  Learning To Disintegrate (1985) Flaming Pie
The Jesus And Mary Chain  "Taste Of Cindy"  Psychocandy (1985) Blanco Y Negro

 Bush Tetras “Can't Be Funky”  Rituals (1981)  Stiff/Fetish — Topper Headon Producer
 The Bongos “Barbarella (Remix)”  Numbers With Wings - EP (1983)  RCA
 The Fleshtones “Wail Baby Wail”  Start Swimming (1981)  Stiff
 The Blasters “Keep a Knockin'”  Over There (1982) Slash — Live At the Venue, London, 1982

 Jason And The Scorchers “Absolutely Sweet Marie” Fervor (1984)  EMI
 The Bluebells “Cath”  The Bluebells EP (1983)  Sire

 Romeo Void “White Sweater” It's a Condition (1981)  415
 Human Switchboard “I Can Walk Alone”  Who's Landing In My Hanger? (1981)  Faulty Records

 Spooner “Will You Remember Me?”  Every Corner Dance (1982)  Mountain Railroad
 Ivory Library “The Drone Song”  Ivory Library (1986)  Dairyland

 The Leopards “Last Night”  Magic Still Exists (1987)  Voxx Records
 The Go-Betweens “Man O'Sand To Girl O'Sea”  Before Hollywood (1983)  The Go-Betweens

  Big Boys “Fun Fun Fun”  Fun Fun Fun (1982)  Moment
 The Descendents “I'm Not A Punk”  Milo Goes To College (1982)  New Alliance Records
 The Mistaken “I Just Can't Give You Nothing” The Mistaken (1983)  Bad Trip

 Was (Not Was) “Bow Wow Wow Wow”  Born to Laugh At Tornados (1983)  ZE Records

Friday, May 18, 2012

Playlist May 18 2012

Cold Bedrooms Disco Ducks and Small Faces

 The Beach Boys “That's Why God Made The Radio”  Single (2012)  Capitol — 50th anniversary recording
 Joy Division “Transmission”  The Peel Sessions — John Peel Session Rec Jan 31st 1979
 Roxy Music “Dance Away”  Manifesto — Extended Remix Picture Disc

 The Mar-Keys “Last Night” Single (1961)  Satellite/Stax — Early Donald "Duck" Dunn effort
 The Cobras “Restless” Single (1964)  Stax — W/ Duck Dunn
 Eddie Purell “The Spoiler”  Single (1967)  Stax — Co written by Duck Dunn
  Otis Redding “Respect”  Live At Monterrey (1969)  — With Booker T and The MGs June 1967
Booker T and the MGs “Green Onions”  Stax Revue :Live At The 5/4 Ballroom  — Live Watts August 7th and 8th 1965

 Donna Summer  "I Feel Love" I Remember Yesterday  RIP Donna

 Ultra Orange and Emmanuelle “Sing Sing”  Single (2007) on RCA Victor — Roman Polanski's Wife !!
  Charlotte Gainsbourg “The Songs That We Sing”  5:55  Thanks Mark
 Devo “The Day My Baby Gave Me a Surprize” Duty Now for the Future (1979) — Mark Mothersbaugh's Birthday

 Joey Ramone “Party Line”  Ya Know?  — Birthday Tomorrow May 19th
 The Kinks “Party Line”  Face To Face

 M. Ward “Clean Slate” A Wasteland Companion — for Alex and El Goodo - At The Barrymore Wed 23rd
 Big Star “Ballad of El Goodo”  #1 Record 
 Sonny and The Sunsets “Pretend You Love Me”  Longtime Companion 
 Manassass “Both of Us (Bound To Lose)”  Manassas  — Stephen Stills and friends
 Ty Segall and White Fence “(I Can't) Get Around You”  Hair 
 The Seeds “Out Of The Question”  Future

 Pete Townshend “Slit Skirts” All The Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes  — Birthday Tomorrow May 19th
 Spiritualized “I Am What I Am” Sweet Heart, Sweet Light  — Co written with Dr John
 Dr John “Revolution”  Locked Down 
Les Liminanas “I Know There's An Answer” v/a Pet Sounds Revisited  — Cover Mount Tribute CD
 The Beach Boys “Do It Again”  50th Anniversary Collection— New 2012 Re-Recording by The  Beach Boys

Brian Matthew of BBC Saturday Club  Playlist
 Billy Fury “Low Down Blues”  Billy Fury: Live At the BBC  Live At the BBC - Saturday Club 19/8/61
 The Beatles “Keep Your Hands Off My Baby”  The Beatles At The BBC — Rec January 22 1963 - Saturday Club
 The Kinks “This Strange Effect”  BBC Sessions  — Rec August 6 1965 "You Really Got...." BBC Program
 Dusty Springfield “Uptight (Everything's Alright)” The Complete BBC Sessions: Dusty Springfield  — BBC Saturday Club 24/1/66
 Honeybus “Maxine's Parlour”  She Flies Like a Bird — BBC Top Gear 1968

 Joy Division “Ceremony”  Still  — Live At Birmingham University - May 2 1980
 Iggy Pop “Tiny Girls”  The Idiot 
 The Durutti Column “Missing Boy”  Live At The Venue London (1983)  — Dedicated to Ian Curtis RIP May 18 1980
 Joy Division “Love Will Tear Us Apart”  Still  — High Wycombe Town Hall Live February 20 1980

Small Faces Extracurricular Activities
 The Small Faces “All Our Yesterdays”  The Small Faces (1967) on Immediate
 Chris Farlowe “My Way Of Giving”  Paint It Farlowe (1967) on Immediate — Marriott - Lane writers
 The Apostolic Intervention “(Tell Me) Have You Ever Seen Me” Single (1967) on Immediate — Marriott - Lane writers
 Del Shannon “Runaway '67” Single (1967) on Liberty — Unreleased Immediate LP "Home And Away" - Marriott on keyboards

 Traffic “Berkshire Poppies”  Mr. Fantasy (1968) on Island — Marriott on Backing Vocals
 The Rolling Stones “In Another Land”  Their Satanic Majesties Request (1967) on Decca — Marriott - Lane Backing Vocals
 P P Arnold “If You Think You're Groovy” Single (1968) on Immediate — Small Faces as backing band
 Billy Nicholls “Would You Believe”  Single (1968) on Immediate — Small Faces as backing band

 Skip Bifferty “Man In Black”  Single (1968) on RCA — Produced by Marriott and Lane
  The Easybeats “Good Times”  Single (1968) on United Artists — Marriott on Backing Vocals
 Johnny Hallyday “Amen”  Rivière ouvre ton lit (1969) on Phillips — Small Faces as backing band w/ Peter Frampton
 The Small Faces “Tin Soldier”  The Small Faces (1967) on Immediate
 Dillard And Clark "Train Leaves Here This Mornin" The Fantastic Expedition Of Dillard And Clark
 Wreckless Eric “Whole Wide Word”  Single (1977)  Stiff — Happy Birthday Wreckless
 M Ward “Roll Over Beethoven”  Single (2012)  Merge — B-Side

Friday, May 11, 2012

Playlist May 11 2012
Beyond The Valley Of Liverpool

 Bob Dylan “Talkin' John Birch Paranoid Blues”  The Bootleg Series Vol. 1 (1991)  — Recorded Live  @ Carnegie Hall Oct 26 1963
 Peter Case w/ Joe Meyer “Dig What You're Putting Down”  Single (2011)  Euclid — Live At Euclid Record Store July 23 2010

 Garbage “Automatic Systematic Habit”  Single (2012)  Stun Volume — From "Not Your Kind Of People"
 Beastie Boys “I'm Down”  Scenario EP (1986)  Grand Royal — For MCA rip

 George Harrison “I'd Have You Any Time”  Living In The Material World (Volume 1) (2012)  — From Recent Documentary (Early version) Rec 1970
 Jonathan Wilson “Isn't It A Pity”  Pity Trials And Tomorrows Child (2012)  — w/ Graham Nash

 The Flying Burrito Brothers “Hot Burrito # 1”  The Gilded Palace of Sin (1969)  — for Chris Ethridge rip
 The Flying Burrito Brothers “Hot Burrito # 2”  The Gilded Palace Of Sin (1969)  — Also Co Written w/ Chris
 Father John Misty “Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings”  Fear Fun (2012)  — J Tillman of Fleet Foxes Fame
 Hoodoo Gurus “Dig It Up”  Stoneage Romeos (1984)

 The Baseball Project “El Hombre”  Single (2012)  Euclid — Returning To The Duck Pond July 24th
 Chuck Prophet And The Mission Express “Willie Mays Is Up At Bat”  Temple Beautiful (2012)  — Coming to the East Side Club in July

 M Ward “Primitive Girl”  Wasteland Companion Single (2012)  Merge — Coming To The Barrymore in May
 Marshall Crenshaw “Cynical Girl”  Marshall Crenshaw (1982)
 The Odyssey “Little Girl, Little Boy”  Single (1968)  White Whale
 Treefort “Can't Stay At Home”  Tres Fort (2012)  Self Released
 Mary Weiss “Don't Come Back”  Dangerous Game (2007)

 The Animals “When I Was Young”  Single (1965)  MGM — Happy Birthday Eric Burden
 The Animals “It's My Life”  Single (1965)  MGM
 The Mynah Birds “It's My Time ”  Single (2012)  VIP — Rec 1966 Rick James , Neil Young & Bruce Palmer
 Sonny and the Sunsets “Longtime Companion”  Longtime Companion (2012)  — Major Post Break Up LP

 The Jimi Hendrix Experience “Fire”  Are You Experienced? (1967)  —  UK Album Released May 12 1967
 The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown “Fire”  The Crazy World of Arthur Brown Expanded  — First Version Rec 1968
 The Hussy “Dog Said Yeah”  Weed Seizure (2012) 
 Flamin' Groovies “She Said Yeah”  Shake Some Action (1976)

 Beechwood Sparks “Forget The Song”  The Tarnished Gold (2012) 
 The Byrds “Ballad Of Easy Rider”  Ballad of Easy Rider (1969) 
 Ty Segall and White Fence “Easy Ryder”  Hair (2012) 
 Dr John “Get Away”  Locked Down (2012)

 John Lennon “Mother”  Signature Box Set (2010) — Home Demo 1970
 Spiritualized “Too Late”  Sweet Heart, Sweet Light (2012) 
 Flaming Lips “You, Man? Human!!!”  Flaming Lips And Heady Fwends (2012) . — Featuring Nick Cave
 Robyn Hitchcock & The Egyptians “Insect Mother”  Fegmania! (1985) 
 The Mothers Of Invention “Mother People”  Mothermania (1969) — Alternate Mono Mix
 Pink Floyd “Matilda Mother”  The Piper At the Gates of Dawn (1967)  — Alternative Version

 Ade Blackburn (Of Clinic)  “Beyond The Valley Of A Day In The Life” Smugglers Way  Domino 
 Liverpool (Non Beatle) related Musical treasures 

 Clinic “Memories”  Do It! (2008) 
 The Cryan' Shames “Please Stay”  Single (1966)  Decca — Heartbreaking Warped Ballad Produced by Joe Meek
 The Teardrop Explodes “Camera Camera”  Single (1979) Zoo — Early Pre Kilimanjaro Single
 The Real Thing “You To Me Are Everything”  The Best of The Real Thing (1976)  Pye — Dangerous tacky and fraying round the edges sexual dynamite
 Those Naughty Lumps “Iggy Pop's Jacket”  Single (1979)  Zoo — Fanboy Pipedream or Snidey Putdown of Hero Worship?

 Marshmallow Overcoat “Traffic Hug”  What's Going On? (1985)  Skysaw — Cornering the market in weirdness
 The Mel-O-Tones “Burton Buzz”  Mel-O-Tones (1985)  Probe Plus — Raw demented psychobilly, A truly great dance band
 Mugstar “Serra”  Lime (2010)  Important — Spacerock with a mind of it's own

 Wimple Winch “Rumble On Mersey Square South”  Single (1967)  Fontana — Evil & Caustic, Bizarre song structures and lyrics
 Cold Ones “Mind Sweeper”  Stay Thirsty (2009)  Zandor Records — Defunct hardcore punk w/ best showman in Britain
 Mr Ray's Wig World “Faster Kittykat Play Play”  Faster KittyKat Play Play (1992)  United Altered States — Overlooked and abused at the time

Monday, April 16, 2012

Playlist April 20 2012

Records With A Mint Jelly Glaze

The German Art Students “Dick Clark” from Name-Droppers — So Long Dick -L

Lambchop “Guess I'm Dumb” from Mr. M — Vinyl only track - Brian Wilson Cover -N

Brian Wilson “Rainbow Eyes” from Gettin' In Over My Head

Roxy Music “Angel Eyes” from Manifesto — 1st Version

Spiritualized “Little Girl” from Sweet Heart, Sweet Light -N

Chuck Prophet “Little Girl, Little Boy” from Temple Beautiful -N

John & Jackie “Little Girl” Single (1958) Aladdin

The Syndicate of Sound “Little Girl” Single (1966) Bell

Donovan “Superlungs” from Troubadour —First Version

XTC “Grass” from Skylarking

The Small Faces “Itchycoo Park” Single (1967) Immediate

The Small Faces “The Universal” from The Autumn Stone — Last recording with Steve Marriott Who Died on this date in 1991

Jack Kerouac “On The Road excerpt” from Reads On The Road — Recorded sometime in the late 50's

Kevin Tihista “Jack K” from On This Dark Street -N

The Jefferson Hankerchief “I'm Allergic To Flowers” Single (1967) Challenge

Mikal Cronin “Am I Wrong?” Single (2012) Permanent Records -N

Ty Segall “It's A Problem” Single (2012) Permanent Records — Coming To Madison - N

Treefort “Waterproof” from Tres Fort - N -L

The Lonesome Savages “Got Love If You Want It” EP (2012) Kind Turkey -N -L

Le Hoodoo Gurus “Leilani” Single (1982) Phantom — 1st Version

Laura Nyro “Stoned Soul Picnic” from Eli & The Thirteenth Confession

Todd Rundgren “Baby Let's Swing” from Runt — Full Version

Julia Holter “Marienbad” from Ekstasis -N

Lambchop “Gone Tomorrow” from Mr. M N

Bob Dylan “I Threw It All Away” from Nashville Skyline Outtake

The Grateful Dead “Brown Eyed Women” from Europe 72 — Wembley Empire Pool London April 8 1972 -N

Levon Helm “Tennesee Jed” from Electric Dirt — Prayers and Best Wishes

Levon Helm & The Hawks “He Don't Love You (And He'll Break Your Heart)” Single (1965) Atco — Early Single

The Go-Betweens “Bye Bye Pride” from Tallulah

Allo Darlin' “Tallulah” from Europe — Based on the Go Betweens Album "Tallulah" -N

Lambchop “The Man Who Loved Beer” from How I Quit Smoking

Lambchop “Gettysburg Address” from Treasure Chest Of The Enemy — 2002 US Tour CD

Creedence Clearwater Revival “Run Through The Jungle” Single (1970) Fantasy Records — Single released on this date 1970

Dr John “Ice Age” from Locked Down -N

The Black Keys “Tighten Up” from Brothers 10" EP — Easy Eye version

Lambchop “Up With People” from Live At XX Merge — Live July 24th 2009

The Bee Gees “In My Own Time” from Bee Gees' 1st (1967) — Revolver sound

The Bee Gees “Ring My Bell” from Horizontal Deluxe — Unreleased Rec 1967

The Bee Gees “Red Chair Fade Away” from Bee Gees' 1st (1967) — Get Better Robin Gibb

The Bee Gees “Deeply Deeply Me” from Horizontal Deluxe — Unreleased rec 1967 Psychedelic!!

Lambchop “Never My Love” from Mr. M -N

The Association “Never My Love” Single (1967) Warner Bros

Bo Diddley “Pretty Thing” from Bo Diddley: The Chess Box — Rec 1955

The Pretty Things “Pretty Thing” from The Pretty Things (1965)

David Bowie “Oh, You Pretty Things” from Hunky Dory

Spiritualized “So Long You Pretty Things” from Sweet Heart, Sweet Light -N

Monday, April 09, 2012

Playlist April 13 2012

More Sugar! Let's Eat

The Firesign Theatre “Peter Bergman Tribute” — Special Guest Host Rick Murphy
from 8-9pm

"The American Pageant"
"40 Great Unclaimed Melodies"
"High School Madness!"
"Giant Toad"

"The Further Adventures Of Nick Danger"
"Bob's Brazerko Lounge"

In the Spring of 1971, The Firesign Theatre recorded their 4th Album "I Think We're All Bozos On This Bus". Burnt out after 4 years of non stop radio shows, recording, writing, and touring. To satisfy demand, The foursome agreed to trawl through the tapes of their KPFK Radio series "Dear Friends" 21 broadcasts from September 1970 to February 1971, The highlights were issued in February 1972 as "Dear Friends". In the Fall of 1971, The Firesign Theatre agreed to produce 12 episodes of a new radio series called "Let's Eat"(named after an abandoned Movie Project). You can hear in the excerpts broadcast tonight the Firesign Theatre revisiting old characters (Mark Time) and working up characters and story lines that would find fruition in later album projects. After being passed around on aircheck tapes for years, The Radio era 1970-2 was collected in the Book and DVD "Duke Of Madness Motors" seeland records 2010.
Remember, Everything You Know Is Wrong,

“The TV Set is my shepherd, Fiscal Lord's Prayer” 11/18/1971
“Earth Penguin, Animals Singing on the radio” (Partial) — 2/17/1972
“The City of the future” — 11/18/1971
“Eddie Campos' Lemon Car, Out of control” — 11/11/1971
“Gangster for capitalism” — 11/18/1971
“Bird of Prey Motors, The New Adventures of Mark Time” — 11/11/1971
“Lorraine Lorraine” — 3/30/1972
“Louis Marshman Editorial, Dope Humor of the 70's” — 2/10/1972
“Taratittat Time, Little Sexlang” — 12/16/1971
“Cows come to America, Unmarked Marching Bands in the Coliseum” — 1/20/1972
“General Blame's speech. I was Hitler's dog doctor” — 3/30/1972

“The Dr Beanbag Show” — 12/9/1971
“23rd Nixon Psalm” — 1/6/1972
“Gary Firesign for Mr Romano of Hollywood” — 11/11/1971
“W.C. Fields for President” — 12/9/1971
“The family bund meeting” — 11/18/1971
“Dr. Zombie's Physical Culture Hour, The Diaphragm” — 1/13/1971

“Time Capsules, Multiple Identity girl” — 2/3/1972
“Gramp's World” — 11/18/1971
“Chester Crocker's commencement address” — 11/11/1971
“All American Football Crusade” — 1/6/1972
“Japanese music break” — 12/16/1972
“Int-Arach” — 3/30/1972
“Woman's Army Corps” — 1/6/1972
“Listening Pleasure” — 12/16/1971
“Eye am a Poem” — 1/6/1972
“Mr Trashman Chant” — 2/10/1972
“The show that never began” — 2/3/1972