Sad news came to us on Tuesday that Mark Lanegan passed away. Today’s show is entirely dedicated to him and it contains my recording of his entire Cleveland show on November 5th 2014. He ended up liking the recording and a part of that recording was published it as an LP High, Wild and Free. Lanegan was featured at The Little Lighthouse very frequently and we will greatly miss his new music and incredible live shows.
The Gravedigger’s Song;
Sleep With Me;
One Way Street;
One Hundred Days;
Riot In My House;
Floor of the Ocean;
Hit The City;
Creeping Coastiline of Lights;
Torn Red Heart;
Black Rose Way;
Death Trip to Tulsa;
I Am The Wolf;
Ballad of A Dying Rover.
It’s time to check what’s happening on the singer songwriter circuit. And today we have a stellar line up. We open up with Banditos from Birmingham and Nashville, then we check out Camp Cope who are slowly putting out their upcoming album song by song. Veterans on the scene Eliza Gilkyson and Julie Christensen are back with new albums. We introduce Janet Batch from Ithaca, Margo Cilker from Oregon, Ridy Arman from Montana and Kiely Connell from Nashville.
Aoife O’Donovan – Atlantic City;
Banditos – On My Way;
Camp Cope – Running with the Hurricane;
Dori Freeman – I Am;
Nellen Dryden – What the Differences Are;
Eliza Gilkyson – The Hill Behind This Town;
Julie Christensen – Joey and Clara;
Julie Williams – Southern Curls;
Rissi Palmer – Hurt Don’t Know When To Quit;
Janet Batch – Radio;
Margo Cilker – Barbed Wire (Belly Crawl);
Our Native Daughters – You’re Not Alone;
Sharde – O.T.;
Riddy Arman – Too Late to Write a Love Song;
Kiely Connell – Nobody’s business but mine;
Birds of Chicago – Travelers.
Today we have a couple of new introductions. Green/Blue come from Minnesotta MN, and they offer us a sweet new album called Offering. Also with a new album, we introduce Junior League straight from Covington LA. Good Looking Son have an ep and they come from Cincinnati OH. Outtacontroller from Canada is back with the new single, John Wesley Coleman III is back with the new album and so is Marc Ribot and his Ceramic Dog. Chris Church teams up with Big Stir Records to reissue his album from 10 years ago and we love it here at the Lighthouse.
Minutemen – The Red And The Black;
Green/Blue – Talking To Myself;
Frankie and the Witch Fingers – Cookin’;
Reigning Sound – Make It Up;
The Spliffs – I Know A Girl;
The Junior League – The Sunshine Saves Everyone;
Good Looking Son – Mr. Wonderful;
The Resonars – Own Up;
The Reflectors – Where Have You Been;
Outtacontroller – Parts Unknown;
Chris Church – Bad Summer;
Chris Church – You Are the Thunder;
Komodor – Nasty Habits;
Blue Oyster Cult – The Red & The Black;
Transistors – Reception to Porter;
John Wesley Coleman – Outerspacey Tracey;
Marc Ribot’s Ceramic Dog – Wanna.
We explore the world of international neo psych in this episode. We check out trippy recent pieces from Fernando Perdomo from California, Limignanas (collaborating with Laurent Garnier) and Electric Eye from Norway. Over in Australia we have new name from Sydney, Flippin’ Kick Outs who find inspiration in an old Love song. And so do the venerable Deep Purple. In Helsinki, we check out the garage sounds of Mike Bell Cartel and the US is represented with Action City from Portland abd Blackwater Holylight from Portland OR.
Roy – Where The Mind Meets the Eye;
Mike Bell Cartel – There Comes the Pain;
Electric Eye – Lighthouse Rock;
Meatbodies – Night Time Hidden Faces;
Action City – The Lines You Blur;
Blackwater Holylight – Around You – Around You;
My Bloody Valentine – To Here Knows When;
The Limignanas with Laurent Garnier – Promenade Oblique;
Fernando Perdomo – Yammering Snout;
Strange Attractor – Transworld ft. Eze Jackson;
Hawkwind – It’s Only a Dream;
Deep Purple – 7 and 7 Is;
Flippin’ Kick Outs – 7 Plus 7 Is;
Love – 7 and 7 Is.