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Flashlite #632

Sara Petite

Today we inspect what’s new on the country rock scene. We introduce new names for us, Sara Petite from San Diego CA, Beth Lee from Austin TX, Esther Rose from New Orleans LA, Victoria Bailey from California and Cassandra Jenkins from New York City. John Hiatt joined forces with the Ohio folker Jerry Douglas on a new album, Shannon McNally joined forces with Rodney Crowell on his old standard I Ain’t Living Long Like This and Allysen Callery digs into the Byrds cannon with her version of Goffin/King standard Wasn’t Born To Follow.

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Dream Syndicate – I Ain’t Living Long Like This;
Sara Petite – Runnin’;
Beth Lee – Waiting On You Tonight;
Suzy Boggus – Outbound Plane;
Aubrie Sellers – My Love Will Not Change;
Desert Rose Band – She Don’t Love Nobody;
John Hiatt with The Jerry Douglas Band – All The Lilacs In Ohio;
Esther Rose – Keeps Me Running;
Nanci Griffith – Morning Train;
Mary Chapin Carpenter – Passionate Kisses;
Victoria Bailey – The Beginning;
Shannon McNally – I Ain’t Living Long Like This;
Waylon Jennings – I Ain’t Living Long Like This;
Turf War – Ain’t Living Long Like This;
Sylvia Rose Novak – South Of Boulder;
Cassandra Jenkins – Michelangelo;
Allysen Callery – Wasn’t Born to Follow;
Byrds – Wasn’t Born To Follow.

Flashlite #566

Fabienne DelSol

We begin today internationally. We started with Frustration from Paris, France, and Metal Babies from Australia. Then Fabienne DelSol from London revisits an old Warren Zevon tune. And then we land back into the good old USA. Rain Perry has a lovely song about Julie Christensen. Las Nubes come from Florida and we check them both live from Cleveland and from their recent album. Allysen Callery has a neat cover of an old Donovan tune. Last Daze from Austin are back with the new album. Obnc is a new band too, but I know absolutely nothing about them. They sound good though!

Mark Lanegan – Two Bells Ringing at Once;
Furstration – Pulse;
The Metal Babies – Forty Minues;
Teenage Fanclub – Metal Baby;
Lyme & Cybelle – Follow Me;
Fabienne DelSol – Follow Me;
Rain Perry – St. Julie of Iowa;
Julie Christensen And Stone Cupid – Cold Tennessee Rain;
The Flesh Eaters – The Wedding Dice;
Luke & The Apostles – Not Far Off;
Amon Duul II – Archangel’s Thunderbird;
Breeders – Archangel’s Thunderbird;
Las Nubes (Live in CLE);
Las Nubes – Tired of Trying;
Allysen Callery – Catch The Wind;
The Shivas – Start A Fire;
Exploding Eyes – Something Critical;
Last Daze – Shed My Skin;
Obnc – Dive Bar of Dreamers;
Detroit featuring Mitch Ryder – Rock ‘n’ Roll.

Flashlite #375

BeebeLots of cool new garage rock today. We have the new music from Chicago’s Heavy Times and Italy’s Sultan Bathery. Hyper-productive Australians King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard are back with yet another new record Nonagon Infinity. Four Minnesota ladies with years of experience in various band joined forces and formed a band called Beebe Gallini that focuses on garage rock covers. Detroit garage rock revivalists from the late 90s, The Go have a new live album. Webb Wilder, guitarist and actor from North Mississippi is back with the new album Mississippi Moderne. Our good Australian friend Jon S. Williams who we know from City of Cool is back with an excellent batch of new recordings and we check out his cover of Trevor Lucas’ Poor Ned. We wrap things out with the new Allysen Callery tune.

Fuzz – II;
CFM – Clearly Confusion;
Heavy Times – Bad Brother;
The Cynics – Abba;
The Paragons – Abba;
Beebe Gallini – Adam;
The Go – Get You Off;
King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard – Invisible Face;
Sultan Bathery – Right On;
Danny Kroha – Rowdy Blues;
Chris Whitley – Stones in My Pathway;
Webb Wilder – Stones In My Pathway;
Jon S Williams – Poor Ned;
Fotheringay – The Ballad Of Ned Kelly;
Allysen Callery – Crabapple.

Flashlite #297

The Psycho SistersBack in the early nineties Vicki Peterson (from The Bangles) and Susan Cowsill (of the Cowsills), joined forces and started performing as a duet. Later in the decade, the collaboration blossomed into a new full band, Continental Drifters, which contained many of the eighties paisley pop musicians including Peterson and Cowsill. The band broke up, but Peterson and Cowsill reformed recently as The Psycho Sisters and made their first record as a duet. We feature them in today’s show, along with the new tunes for Cozy, Dead Milkmen and Allysen Callery. We also feature Birth of Joy from Netherlands, Deaf Wish from Australia and Banging Fragiles from Cleveland for the first time in our show.

Sybille Baier – The End;
OBN IIIs – Worries;
Cozy – Just a Touch;
King Tuff – Rainbow’s Run;
Dead Milkmen – All You Need Is Nothing;
Saucer – Jail Ain’t Stoppin’ Us;
POD – 123;
Bird of Joy – The Sound;
Deaf Wish – Cool Comment;
Banging Fragiles – Live in CLE;
The Budas Band – Tomahawk;
Rebirth Brass Band – HBNS;
Jack Owens – Jack Ain’t Had No Water;
Continental Drifters – Christopher Columbus Transcontinental Highway;
The Psycho Sisters – What Do You Want From Me;
Allysen Callery – The End.

Flashlite #270

PridjeviWe have two new heavy rock albums to start off today. Hush or Howl by Black Pistol Fire of Toronto and Austin and Get Pure by Mount Carmel from Columbus. Thee Melomen come from Zagreb, and they are basically Backstreet Brats re-branded. Pridjevi are from around there as well – studio trio which consists of Nina Romić, Dino Santaleza and Ivana Picek. Sally Crewe from Austin TX has a new ep with a cover of XTC’s Making Plans for Nigel. Doug Gillard is a guest guitar hero on it. The Hold Steady are back with the new record. For those who like mellower sounds, we have Kevin Kane from Toronto with his charming cover of Simon And Garfunkel’s Cathy and Allysen Callery re-imagines Gordon Lighfoot’s Sundown.

Allysen Callery – Sundown;
Black Pistol Fire – Dimestore Heartthrob;
Mount Carmel – Fear Me Now;
Buddy Guy – Try To Quit You Baby (Blues Alphabet);
Thee Melomen – Cosmic Ted;
Pridjevi – Lucifer i ja;
Alejandro Escovedo – The Bottom Of The World (Live in CLE);
Doug Gillard – Upper Hand;
Sally Crewe and The Sudden Moves – Making Plans For Nigel;
XTC – Making Plans For Nigel;
R Stevie Moore with Dave Gregory – Dates;
The Mice – Downtown;
The Hold Steady – Wait a While;
The Tunes – Too Proud;
Kevin Kane – Last to Know;
Kevin Kane – Cathy.

Flashlite #268

Carla BozulichWe 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.