Saturday, March 14, 2015

Playlist March 13 2015

All About Me  or  The Eve of Pi

 Gallops “Speak To Me”  Return To The Dark Side Of The Moon (2011)  Mojo
 Panda Bear “Come to Your Senses”  Panda Bear Meets the Grim Reaper (2015)  Domino 
 Gong “The Pot Head Pixies”  Radio Gnome Invisible Pt 1 (1973) Virgin  — RIP Daevid Allen

 Belle and Sebastian “Enter Sylvia Plath”  Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance (2015) Matador — Coming to Town April 4th
 Visage “Malpaso Man”  Visage (1980) Polydor — RIP Steve Strange
 Magazine “Upside Down” An Alternative Use Of Soap (1980)  Virgin — Many also played on Visage LP
 Father John Misty “Strange Encounter”  I Love You, Honeybear (2015) Sub Pop
 Liam Hayes “One Way Out”  Slurrup (2015)  Fat Possum 
The Flintstones “Way Out” Modern Stoneage Melodies (1994)  Rhino — "Sung" by the Way Outs!!
 The Chocolate Watchband “No Way Out”  No Way Out (1967)  Tower.
 The Monochrome Set “He's Frank (Slight Return)” Single (1978)  Disques Bleu
 XTC “Making Plans for Nigel”  Drums and Wires (1979)  Virgin
 Mr. Gasser and The Weirdos “Mr Gasser”  Hot Rod Hootenanny (1963)  Capitol
 The Count Five “Double Decker Bus”  Psychotic Reaction (1966) o Double Shot
 The Guy Who Sings Your Name Over and Over “The Bronson Song”  Fun With Names Songs, Vol. 12 (2013)  Motern Media
Bo Diddley “Bo's Bounce” Bo Diddley (1962)  Checker — Congrats to the Men's B-Ball Team

 The Yardbirds “For Your Love”  Where The Action Is (1997)  New Millennium — Day Eric Clapton left the band - BBC 3-20-1966
 John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers “Hideaway” Bluesbreakers With Eric Clapton (1966)  Decca — Freddie King cover
 Georgie Fame “Last Night” Get Away (1966)  Imperial
 The Fleshtones “Ride Your Pony” Roman Gods (1981)  IRS
 The Pastels “Circuit Breaker”  Various - Back From The Grave Vol. 9 (1965)  Century — Pasco Washington
 James Bond and The Agents “Wild Angel”  Various - Back From The Grave Vol.10 (1965) o Gold Label — Sand Springs Oklahoma
 The Gentlemen “It's A Cry'n Shame”  Various - Back From The Grave Vol.9 (1965) Boyd — Dallas Texas - Acetate
 The Four “69”  Various - Back From The Grave Vol. 10 (1966)  Sam Phillips — Brownsville Tennessee - Acetate

 The High Spirits “It's Alright With Me”  Various - Back From The Grave Vol.9 (1966)  Dove — St Louis Port Minnesota - Zombies cover
 The Orphans “Hey Gyp”  Various - Back From The Grave Vol.10 (1967)  Herbst — Cedar Lake Iowa - Donovan cover
 The Raevins “The Edge of Time”  Various - Back From The Grave Vol.9 (1966)  Big O — Chicago Illinois
 Nobody's Children “Mother's Tin Mustache”  Various - Back From The Grave Vol.10 (1967)  Deek — Las Vegas Nevada

 Sleater-Kinney “No Cities To Love”  No Cities To Love (2015) Sub Pop
 The Patti Smith Group “So You Wanna Be (A Rock 'N' Roll Star)”  Wave (1979)  Arista — Byrds Cover
 Songhoy Blues “Kashmir”  Physical Graffiti Redrawn (2015)  Mojo — Led Zeppelin Physical Graffiti covered
 Samba Touré “Touri Idjé Bibi”  Gandadiko (2015) Glitterbeat Records
 Powder. “Gladly”  Ka-Pow! An Explosive Collection: 1967-1968 (2015)Ace Records — Recorded 1968
 Nazz “When I Get My Plane”  Nazz (1968) SGC
 The Sundowners “Blue Green Eyes” Captain Nemo (1968)Decca
 SRC “Daystar”  SRC. (1968)  Capitol 
 The Choir “If These Are Men”  Choir Practice (1994)  Sundazed — Rec 1969 - Unreleased
 The Blues Magoos “Sybil Green (Of The In Between)”  Basic Blues Magoos (1968)  Mercury
Powder “Ruby Red Lips” Ka-Pow! An Explosive Collection: 1967-1968 (2015)  Ace Records — Alternate mix Rec 1968

 The Robbs “Bittersweet”  Single (1966)  Mercury
 Snopek “First Band On the Moon”  First Band on the Moon (1977)  Mountain Railroad
 Plasticland “I'm Gonna Emphasize”  Badger a Go Go (1989)  Atomic
 Plasticland “Office Skills”  Single B side (1980)  Vibrasonics
 The Turtles “Me About You”  Happy Together (1967) White Whale
 Gandalf “Me About You”  Gandalf (1967)  Capitol 
 Jackie De Shannon “Me About You”  Me About You (1968) Imperial
 The Lovin' Spoonful “Me About You” Single (1968)  Kama Sutra
 Orpheus “Me About You”  Joyful (1969)  MGM
 Billie Davis “Me About You”  Billie Davis (1970)  Decca
 Kate Bush “Pi”  Aerial (2005)  EMI

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