Saturday, April 15, 2017

Playlist April 14 2017

The Good Friday Club

 Robyn Hitchcock “I Pray When I'm Drunk”  Robyn Hitchcock (2017)  Yep Roc Records
 Chuck Prophet “Jesus Was a Social Drinker”  Bobby Fuller Died For Your Sins (2017) Yep Roc Records
 The Minutemen “Jesus and Tequila”  Double Nickels On The Dime (1984) SST
 Wesley Stace “Better Tell No One Your Dreams”  Wesley Stace's John Wesley Harding (2017)  Yep Roc — feat. The Jayhawks
 Elliott Smith “I Don't Think I'm Ever Gonna Figure It Out”  Either Or (2017) kill rock stars — Expanded reissue
 Courtney Barnett “Depreston”  The Paste Sampler (2017) Paste Mag — From Paste session 2016
 Neil MacArthur “She's Not There”  Single (1969)Deram — AKA Colin Blunstone

Ray Davies “The Great Highway”  Americana (2017)  Legacy — feat. The Jayhawks
 Chuck Prophet “Situation Vacant” Something Else: A Tribute to The Kinks (2017) Mojo
 Paul McCartney “Tommy's Coming Home”  Flowers in the Dirt (2017)  Capitol — Original Demo with Elvis Costello 1987
 The Magpie Salute “Coming Home”  The Magpie Salute (2017)  Eagle Rock — Delaney and Bonnie cover - ex Black Crowes

 The Who “Run Run Run” The BBC Sessions (1999)  Polydor — "Saturday Club" BBC Session 1-17-67
 The Zombies “You Must Believe Me”  The BBC Radio Sessions (2015)  Varese Sarabande — "Saturday Club" BBC Session 4-20-65
 The Jimi Hendrix Experience “Fire”  BBC Sessions (1996) MCA — "Saturday Club" BBC Session 3-28-67
 The Kinks “Little Queenie”  Kinks  (2011)  Sanctuary — ("Saturday Club" BBC Session 9-7-64 Chuck Berry cover
 The Beatles “Memphis, Tennessee”  Live At The BBC (1994) Apple-Capitol — ("Saturday Club" BBC Session 9-7-63 Chuck Berry cover
 The Beatles “Happy Birthday Dear Saturday Club”  On Air - Live at the BBC, Vol. 2 (2010)Apple-Capitol — "Saturday Club" fifth anniversary 9-7-63 RIP Brian Mathew

 Robyn Hitchcock “I Want to Tell You What I Want”  Robyn Hitchcock (2017) Yep Roc Records
 Cheap Trick “I Want You To Want Me”  In Color (1977) Epic
 The Zombies “I Want Her She Wants Me”  Odessey and Oracle (1968) Date — Coming to town Saturday Night
 The Beatles “I Want to Tell You”  Revolver (1966)  Capitol — mono

The Creation “For All That I Am”  7" Single (1968) Hit-Ton — Last Single
 The Television Personalities “Biff Bang Pow!”Creation Artifact Flexi (1980) Creation — Creation Cover
 The Times “Red With Purple Flashes”  Debut Single (1981)  Whaam! — Phrase used to describe The Creation's sound
 Biff Bang Pow! “There Must Be a Better Life”  45 (1984)  Creation — Label and Band named after the Creation
 The Creation “Try and Stop Me”  Single B-Side (1966) Planet — Flip of debut single "Making Time"

 Paul McCartney “So Like Candy (edit)”  Flowers in the Dirt  (2017) Capitol — Original Demo with Elvis Costello 1987
 Paul McCartney “So Like Candy (edit)” from Flowers in the Dirt (2017) Capitol — Original Band Demo with Elvis Costello 1988
Elvis Costello “So Like Candy”  Mighty Like a Rose (1990) Warner Brothers
 The Zombies “Kind Of Girl”  Zombie Heaven (2000) Big Beat - Demo

 Juana Molina “Cosoco”  Halo (2017) Crammed Discs / Hostess
 The Feelies “Been Replaced” In Between (2017)  Bar None
Wire “Sleep on the Wing”  Silver / Lead (2017)  pinkflag
 The Xx “Seasons Run”  I See You (2017)  Young Turks Recordings
Jens Lekman “Postcard #17” Life Will See You Now (2017) Secretly Canadian
 Aimee Mann “Stuck in the Past”  Mental Illness (2017) Super Ego Records
 Father John Misty “So I'm Growing Old on Magic Mountain”  Pure Comedy (2017)  Sub Pop
 Neil Young “Sugar Mountain”  Live At Canterbury House (2007)  Reprise — Ann Arbor MI 11-9-1968

 The Cramps “What's Behind the Mask”  Songs the Lord Taught Us (1980) IRS — Demo 40 years ago 1977
 The Plimsouls “Magic Touch” Beach Town Confidential (2012) Alive Records — Live at the Golden Bear 1983
 The Dream Syndicate “John Coltrane Stereo Blues” Live at Raji's (1989)  Restless — Live 1989 with Peter Case on Harmonica

The Incredible String Band “You Know What I Could Be”  The 5000 Spirits or the Layers of the Onion (1967)  Elektra
 Donovan “Tangier” Hurdy Gurdy Man (1968)  Epic — Bert Jansch on guitar
 Crosby Stills and Nash “Marrakesh Express”  Crosby Stills andNash (1969) Atlantic
 Master Musicians of Joujouka “Take Me With You My Darling (edit)”Brian Jones Presents the Pipes of Pan at Jajouka (1971) Rolling Stone Records — Rec 1968
 Led Zeppelin “Kashmir”  Physical Graffiti (1975) Swan Song

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