The Little Lighthouse

Flashlite #83

April 29th, 2010

Sid Griffin now lives in England, but his work is still deeply drenched in Americana. He puts out books about music and he plays in a bluegrass band called The Coal Porters. They have a new album called Durango and we check it out in this episode. We also check out the new one for [...]

Flashlite #82

April 22nd, 2010

Mixed bag today, folks. Soul, blues, glam, power pop… and the stones. Yeah, the reissue of Exile On Main Street is scheduled for May, but as the record company decided to put out a special single out on the record store day with a song dug out from the Exile vaults called Plundered My Soul. [...]

Flashlite #81

April 15th, 2010

Today we feature no less than three new truly exceptional records – one for Memphis musician Harlan T. Bobo, other for Holly Golightly and finally – Sweet Apple LP is out. This week in April might have brought three best records of 2010! Harlan’s third record is entitle Sucker. Not only it’s on par with [...]

Flashlite #80

April 8th, 2010

Today we have the most recent (and not so new) album by Electric Six and Jimi Hendrix “unreleased” compilation Valleys of Neptune. Cleveland band Easter Monkeys have recently published a compilation record entitled Splendor Of Sorrow Plus. And that song sets off a strange review of Cleveland underground from 80s till today: Resolvers and Scarcity [...]

Flashlite #79

April 1st, 2010

Here we are again – another usually unusual episode of The Little Lighthouse. We have a brand new Mose Allison record, which he recorded with help of Joe Henry. John Hiatt has a new record The Open Road. Neo-blues duet The Pack A.D. also have a new record We Kill Computers. A great cd also [...]

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