We dedicate this show to Dale Hawkins – a guy who wrote a rock’n’roll anthem Suzie Q. Hawkins died at the age of 73 on February 13th this year. We also have one new band here at The Little Lighthouse. Their name is The Len Price 3, they come from Medway UK and there is a lot of talk about them in the garage rock world these days. Eddie Current Suppression Ring is back with the new album entitled Rush To Relax.
William Bell – Born Under A Bad Sign;
The Who – Pictures of Lily;
The Len Price 3 – Pictures;
The Buff Medways – Dustbin Mod;
Creedence Clearwater Revival – Suzie Q (Pt. 1);
Dale Hawkins – Susie Q;
Creedence Clearwater Revival – Suzie Q (Pt. 2);
Dale Hawkins – Baby What You Want Me To Do;
Tommy McLain – Grow Too Old;
Joe Strummer – Silver and Gold (Grow Too Old);
City of Cool – Loud And Clear;
Eddy Current Suppression Ring – Rush To Relax;
Eddy Current Suppression Ring – Memory Lane;
Special Pillow – Poison Apples;
Soft Canyon – We Threw Our Love Into the Universe;
Holiday Rain – Powerless;
Satin Gum – Running Red Lights.
Today we have two new names at The Little Lighthouse. Pissed Jeans – a neo-grunge band from Pauline, SC. They’ve been a Sub Pop attraction for a few years now, but we have them here for the first time with their new album King of Jeans. We also have Glossary, a new band in and around the Memphis rock’n’roll scene. Beck and Wilco united last summer for a session where they re-recorded the entire Alexander Skip Spence album called Oar. This album is weekly uploaded track by track on Beck’s web site, and there’s one track left to go. Drive By Truckers recorded a new 45 and it is a tribute to Eddie Hinton. Besides Hinton’s great song Everybody Needs Love, the b-side of that 45 contains a wonderful cover of a lesser known Hinton’s song Where’s Eddie. The song and the new version are simply perfect. We also have in this show the new one-off record by Giant Sand called Off Ramp, which is a collection of out-takes and snippets from the recording session that gave birth to their 1991 masterpiece called Ramp.
Eric Burdon And The Animals – Good Times;
Giant Sand – Romance of Falling;
Giant Sand and Victoria Williams – Love;
Victoria Williams – Love;
Eddie Hinton – Everybody Needs Love;
Drive-By Truckers – Where’s Eddie;
Lulu – Where’s Eddie;
Patterson Hood – Pollyanna;
Glossary – No Guarantee;
Jon Dee Graham – Beautifully Broken;
John Wesley Coleman III – Where Did My Friends Go;
Pissed Jeans – False Jesii Part 2;
Bassholes – Don’t You Look Sideways At Me;
Kurt Vile – Hunchback;
Mama Rosin – Le Pistolet;
Beck and Wilco – Little Hands;
Skip Spence – Little Hands.
Today’s editions brings you the newest album for The Kropotkins, band fronted by Lorette Velvette and Dave Soldier. This is their third album, and listeners of this show their two first albums very well if they followed our past episodes. We also have A. A. Bondy with his new album Daytrotter Session volume 2, Suzanne Vega with her new album Close-Up Vol. 1 Love Songs. Jon Dee Graham is also here with his brand new album It’s Not As Bad As It Looks. We know him previously as the member of The Skunks, True Believers and The Resentments. He recently had an accident that nearly took his life, and we’re glad to see him back raging full on. John Wesley Coleman III is the new name at the Little Lighthouse. In this show you can hear a tune from his new album called Steal My Mind, Coleman’s version of Warren Zevon’s Lawyers, Guns And Money.
Ivica Percl – Dobar Dan;
Kropotkins – Little Drag Racer;
Kropotkins – Cold Wet Steel;
Kropotkins – Junior’s Groove;
A.A. Bondy – Among The Pines;
A.A. Bondy – I Can See The Pines Are Dancing;
Luther Dickinson & The Sons Of Mudboy – Back Back Train;
Warren Zevon – Lawyers, Guns And Money;
John Wesley Coleman III – Lawyers, Guns & Money;
True Believers – Sleep Enough To Dream;
Jon Dee Graham – My Lucky Day;
Javier Escovedo – The Music Keeps On Playin’;
Matthew Sweet & Susanna Hoffs – Maggie May;
Suzanne Vega – I’ll Never Be Your Maggie May;
The Boomtown Rats – (She’s Gonna) Do You In;
The Vibrators – Sweet Sweet Heart.
Today’s highlight is definitely the new very special tribute to Jim Dickinson, created by his sons, friends and sons of his friends entitled Luther Dickinson & The Sons of Mudboy. Listeners of The Little Lighthouse are very well familiar with Jim Dickinson’s ad-hoc supergroup called Mudboy and the Neutrons – one of the best bands that ever came out of Memphis, well known for their chaotic covers of standards and traditionals. Now, using the same idea but with a layer of sorrow surrounding the passing of Jim, Luther Dickinson and the Sons of Mudboy put out an excellent album called Onward and Upward. This record is a magnificent farewell to the imposing figure that Jim Dickinson used to be on the Memphis rock’n’roll scene. We also check out the newest album for the Swiss zydeco band Mama Rosin (Black Robert) and the new album for the singersongwriter Freedy Johnston (Rain On The City). Also, please check out our new bonus podcast below that we will receive weekly from Igor Mitic in Pancevo. Look for the panther logo and title Sympathy for Rock’n’roll!
Javier Escovedo – Just A Dream;
J Mascis – I Want you Bad;
NRBQ – I Want You Bad;
Freedy Johnston – I Want You Bad;
Freedy Johnston – Don’t Fall In Love With A Lonely Girl;
Big Drill Car – Let Me Walk;
The Radiators From Space – Television Screen;
Mama Rosin – Ti Moreau;
Mama Rosin – J’ Arrive Pas a Dormir;
Bobby Charles – Save Me Jesus;
Rolling Stones – Wild Horses;
Luther Dickinson & The Sons Of Mudboy – Angel Band;
Mudboy and the Neutrons – Angel Band;
John Paul Keith and The One Four Fives – Secondhand Heart;
The King Khan & BBQ Show – Tryin’;
Gentleman Jesse – No Rest (For the Wicked);
Wayne County – Flip Your Wig;
The Astorians – I Walk.
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