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Flashlite #721

Breanna Barbara

Fine power pop and catchy tunes today with King Khan, Death Valley Girls and a fine band from Columbus called Connections that we love for a few years now. Whiffs who had a fantastic record two years ago, now are back with the new single. Arts & Leisure from Sacramento are also back with the new album. Dot Dash from Washington is also back with the new album after a great one we heard in 2018. Breanna Barbara is out with her new record. Babaganouj from Australia are also back with the new record. Introducing today  Uni Boys from LA. We close our show today with a new song from Dr. Feelgood and also say goodbye to their legendary Wilko Johnson, their former guitarist who passed away on 21 November this year.

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Best Bets – Big Time;
Uni Boys – On Your Lovin’ Mind;
The Whiffs – Tired of Romance;
The Whiffs – Seventeen;
Arts & Leisure – Hello;
Arts & Leisure – Pretty;
Breanna Barbara – Diamond Light;
Connections – Very Nice, Very Slow;
Connections – In Space;
King Khan & The Shrines – Children of the World;
Petrified Max – Cool Sliver Moon;
Steve Rosenbaum – Turn Out The Light;
Babaganouj – What Planet Do You Come From;
Death Valley Girls – What Are the Odds;
Ghost Funk Orchestra – Your Man’s No Good;
Dot Dash – Walls Closing In;
Dot Dash – Tense & Nervous;
Dr. Feelgood – Damn Right I Do!;
Dr. Feelgood – She Does It Right;
Dr. Feelgood – I Don’t Mind.

Flashlite #499

Amanda ShiresToday we start off with the new music from the Texan violin player Amanda Shires. Then we introduce the new blues singer Shemekia Copeland. A star studded line up helps her on the new record, including Steve Cropper, John Prine, Rhiannon Giddens and Emmylou Harris. Jon S. Williams from City of Cool has some new recordings that he sent to us, so we check that out too. Dan Stuart (ex Green On Red) is back with the new record and legendary songwriter and graphic novelist Peter Blegvad is also back with new music. Dot Dash from Washington are back with the new album Proto Retro. We introduce John Brodeur from New York with his Bird Streets and a duet featuring Lia Pamina and Dario Persi from Italy. Nicole Atkins is live in Cleveland.

Cross Brothers – Crashing Down;
Amanda Shires – Break Out the Champagne;
Shemekia Copeland – One I Love;
Kevin Gordon – One I Love;
Jon S Williams – Poor Ned;
Jon S Williams – In Group;
Bird Streets – Same Dream;
Nicole Atkins (Live in CLE);
Peter Blegvad – Karen;
Peter Blegvad – Had To Be Bad;
Dan Stuart – A Killer Now;
Dan Stuart – Expat. Blues;
Giant Sand – Curse Of A Thousand Flames;
Dot Dash – 10,000 Days;
Dot Dash – TV Radio;
Lia Pamina & Dario Persi – So Far Tonight.

Flashlite #491

Nick Knox Today we introduce the new power pop band Hawk, which features David Hawkins along with Ken Stringfellow and Gary Louris from Posies. Nick Lowe is back with an new EP and also Wilko Johnson, legendary Dr. Feelgood guitarist is back with the new record. We check out the new music from La Luz over in Seattle and we catch up with the recent music from Dot Dash, from Washington DC. Dave Alvin and Jimmie Dale Gilmore are in our live in Cleveland segment. We pay tributes to two drummers Knick Knox from the Cramps and D.J. Fontana, from Elvis’ band. Both of them passed away recently.

The Cramps – New Kind of Kick;
Hawk – Around the Sun;
Dot Dash – Woke Up Saturday Night;
Dot Dash – Rainclouds;
The Strungs – No Crime;
The Exploding Hearts – Thorwaway Style;
Dream Machine – Weeping Statue;
La Luz – Greed Machine;
Nick Lowe – Crying Inside;Nick Lowe – Big Kick Plain Scrap;
Brinsley Schwarz – I Worry (‘Bout You Baby);
Dave Alvin and Jimmie Dale Gilmore – Lawdy Miss Clawdy (Live in CLE);
Dave Alvin and Jimmie Dale Gilmore – Get Together;
Wilko Johnson – Beauty;
Dr. Feelgood – One Weekend;
Pat Todd & The Rankoutsiders – Known Ta Stumble_Known Ta Fall;
Stray – Hallelujah;
The Cramps – Domino;
Elvis Presley – Hound Dog.

Flashlite #331

Guadalupe PlataA good chunk of today’s show is filled with power-pop tunes. We start off with The Akibas new single. This band is important for the history of our show as it was the first band tune ever played at The Little Lighthouse. The we go on to Terry and Louie, surviving duet from The Exploding Hearts and their new single. Galileo 7 from Medway also has a new single. We also introduce Dot Dash from Washington DC and Belltowers from Orlando. Guadalupe Plata with their dusty rock’n’roll return with a new record without any title. And finally, we hear The Z-Boy, an awesome new surf rock, instrumental band from Rhode Island that I saw playing live in Newport, out of a pure coincidence. The best things happen when you’re least expecting them.

Thurston Moore – Detonation;
The Akibas – Servants of the One Percent;
Terry And Louie – Daze Gone By;
The Exploding Hearts – We Don’t Have To Worry Anymore;
Dot Dash – Transparent Disguise;
The Galileo 7 – The God of Gaps;
The Galileo 7 – Don’t Want To Know;
The Belltowers – All Along;
The Beatles – Eight Days A Week;
The Forty Nineteens – Pink 55 Bel Air;
The Beatles – Bad Boy;
Larry Williams – Bad Boy;
Leroy Washington – Lost Love Letter Blues;
The Oblivians – Pinball King;
Guadalupe Plata – Filo De Navaja;
The Z-Boys – Track 2;
Fish In Oil – Jel surfujes;
King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard – Eyes Like The Sky;
Zerodent – As Yet Untitled Awesome New Song.