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

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