We have a very quiet show today. Gavin Gardner from Toronto opens up with a Dylan tune. Then we go to New York and hear Lucius perform one of Bob’s songs from the 80s. We also check out a shoegazer band Creepoid from Philadelphia. Allysen Callery is a new name here at the Little Lighthouse. She mainly accompanies herself on guitar and has a very interesting voice, sounding a lot like Sandy Denny. We check out Marianne Dissard’s new record and we find her now back in France after being in Tucson for awhile. Carla Bozulich is back with the new record. And despite this being a very quiet episode of the Little Lighthouse, we close with the loudest record ever recorded – Stooges’ Raw Power. This our tribute to Scott Asheton, drummer of the Stooges who passed away last week.
Gavin Gardner – Tomorrow Is A Long Time;
Creepoid – Acrimony;
Lucius – When the Night Comes Falling from the Sky;
Richard Thompson – Shoot Out The Lights (Live in Kent);
Sandy Denny – Autopsy;
Allysen Callery – I Had a Lover I Thought Was My Own;
Susie Hug – Calling Time;
Marianne Dissard – Mouton Bercail;
Carla Bozulich – Deeper Than the Well;
Fleetwood Mac – Something Inside Of Me (Blues Alphabet);
Jesse Winchester – Biloxi;
Townes Van Zandt – None But The Rain;
Mike Watt – Pinned To The Table;
Iggy and the Stooges – Gimme Danger.