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Flashlite #685

New in music, Urge Overkill are back with the new record. Sylvia Rose Novak is also back with a rocking new single. We played nearly all songs from her previous masterpiece record Bad Luck. David Nance has yet another project, this time with Pearl Lovejoy Boyd and James Schroeder. Ambrose Kenny-Smith from King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard and Sam Cooper from Sagamore collaborate on a new single. Sofia Bolt has a new album. Today, we also introduce Sick Things from Canada, Susan Cattaneo from Boston. We got a wonderful archival record by Narrow Adventure featuring Kristi and Kelly Callan and Kjehl Johansen and we sample it today. The episode is dedicated to Gary Brooker, the voice of Procol Harum who passed away this year on February 19th.

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Urge Overkill – Sister Havana;
Sick Things – Waste My Time;
Sylvia Rose Novak – Man I Used To Be;
Tiny Flaws – C’est Different;
Susan Cattaneo – All Is Quiet;
Sofia Bolt – Secret Memories;
Urge Overkill – Somebody Else’s Body;
Urge Overkill – A Necessary Evil;
Cooper & Kenny-Smith – Marengo Dream;
Chris Cacavas – Disappear;
John Wesley Coleman – Mushroom;
Gyasi – Sword Fight;
David Nance, Pearl Lovejoy Boyd and James Schroeder – 80 Into Nothing;
Narrow Adventure – I Don’t Know;
Wednesday Week – Forever;
Dime Box Band – Going My Way;
The Mirage – Is Anybody Home;
Procol Harum – A Whiter Shade of Pale.

Flashlite #638

Imelda May

Another well tempered show today. We have new music from truly legendary names: Teenage Fanclub, Scott Reynolds (of All), Evie Sands and Imelda May. Modern classics, The Murlocs lead by Ambrose Kenny-Smith are also back with the new single. And The Forty Nineteens are back with the new album. We also introduce John Larson from Providence, RI and Jim Trainor picturesque Couer D’Alene in Idaho.

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The Everly Brothers – You’re Just What I Was Looking For Today;
The Murlocs – Francesca;
Jim Trainor – Truth;
Dinosaur JR – I Aint;
Status Quo – All The Reasons;
Teenage Fanclub – The Concept;
Teenage Fanclub – Home;
The Forty Nineteens – Tell Me;
The Tuns – In the Middle of the Way Home;
Ezra Furman – Early Rain;
Imelda May – Made To Love (feat. Ronnie Wood, Gina Martin & Dr. Shola Mos-Shogbamimu);
Evie Sands – The Truth Is in Disguise;
Evie Sands – Any Way That You Want Me;
Byrds – So You Want To Be A Rock ‘N’ Roll Star;
Cool Ghouls – Smoke & Fire;
The Last – Weekend Girl;
All – Mary;
Scott Reynolds – Spit;
John Larson and The Silver Fields – I Don’t Want to Hear Their Names Anymore;
Keith Jarrett – It’s A Lonesome Old Town.

Flashlite #372

Sheer MagToday we start off with Sheer Mag from Philadelphia with their new, third EP. Then we go to Australia and check the new album for The Murlocs, lead by Ambrose Kenny Smith from King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard. Then we visit Moscow, Russia and their new quartet Nikola Tesla and Thee Coils. All Them Witches from Nashville have a new album called Lightning At The Door. Bob Mould from Hüsker Dü also has a new record, called Patch The Sky. We are still very excited by Lilly Hiatt’s new record Royal Blue, and she surprised us pleasantly with four previously unavailable songs. We pay respect to Keith Emerson and George Martin. And, we also have a special announcement, my sister Snežana Žabić has a new book out on Punctum – get it! There’s a lot of incriminating stories involving yours truly inside the book.

All Them Witches – Talisman;
Sheer Mag – Nobody’s Baby;
The Murlocs – Young Blindness;
King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard – God is In The Rhythm;
Nikola Tesla & Thee Coils – Na Vstrechu;
All Them Witches – When God Comes Back;
The I Don’t Cares – Born For Me;
Paul Westerberg – Born For Me;
Mega City Four – Storms To Come;
Bob Mould – Lucifer and God;
Javier Escovedo – Beaujolais;
Janiva Magness – As Long As I Can See The Light (Live in CLE);
Lilly Hiatt – Haunt You;
The Nice – Flower King Of Flies;
The Beatles – A Day in the Life.

Flashlite #218

DiemondsThe central piece today is our large block in which we compare the music of famous rockers and their children. We paired up Ethan and Glyn Johns, Ambrose Kenny and Broderick Smith, Lilly and John Hiat and Trixie and Chris Whitley. We also listen to the Cynics live in Cleveland, new music for Jimbo Mathus and we have one new name – Diemonds from Toronto in Canada.

Richard Thompson – Where’s Home;
Wendy And The Rockets – I Can’t Tell You;
Diemonds – Take on the Night;
Cream – The Coffee Song;
Jimbo Mathus And The Tri-State Coalition – White Buffalo;
The Cynics – Crawl;
The Cynics – Blue Train Station (Live in CLE);
The Mock Turtles – Time Between Why;
The Byrds – Why;
The Replacements – Bastards of Young;
Ethan Johns – Don’t Reach Too Far;
Faces – Stay With Me;
King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard – Guns and Horses;
Lilly Hiatt And The Dropped Ponies – Big Bad Wolf;
John Hiatt – Woman Sawed in Half;
Chris Whitley – Narcotic Prayer;
Trixie Whitley – Hotel No Name;
Bob Dylan – Simple Twist Of Fate.