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Flashlite #710

Ghost Funk Orchestra

Today we check out new music from Mo Troper from Portland OR, Ghost Funk Orchestra from NYC and Goat from Sweden. David Nance released a cover of Motorhead’s album Bomber. Daniel Romano has a new single with Ancient Shapes. Natalie Sweet and Brad Marino joined forces for some new tunes. Fernando Perdomo and Nick Berrling also joined forces into a new project called Life Boat. John Larson, who used to be with Marlowes, joined forces with The Silver Fields and we check out their new tunes. Show is dedicated to Shawn Cripps who used to be active with Limes in Memphis. He passed away recently.

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Bram – Girl Of My Dreams;
Mo Troper – I’m The King of Rock ‘n Roll;
John Larson And The Silver Fields – Mile A Minute;
The Marlowes – If You Wouldn’t Mind;
Warm Soda – Young Reckless Hearts;
The Speedways – A Drop In The Ocean;
Life Boat – All For Leyna;
Natalie Sweet & Brad Marino – Second Time;
L.A. Mood – Happy Boy;
3rd Secret – Right Stuff;
Ghost Funk Orchestra – Scatter;
Goat – Under No Nation;
Dream Machine – Prisoner of His Mind;
Crossword Smiles – The Girl with a Penchant for Yellow;
Ancient Shapes – Bird With an Iron Head;
David Nance – Secret Fox;
The Berries – Exceptional Fabric;
Harlan T. Bobo – Rachel’s Arm;
Limes – Under My Head;
Limes – Bottom Of The Hole;
Blue Ash – Smash My Guitar.

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 #159

Julian CopeJulian Cope continues with his steady concept of putting out double albums with songs obsessed by the middle east and politics. Listening to that stuff is a learning experience. The new record is called Psychedelic Revolution. We also have the new album for John Larson, who we know from the Marlowes. We used to play them few years ago when they were active. Larson now has a new record, also a concept album, all songs are about music. Free from the Rolling Stones baggage Bill Wyman plays standards with his new band Rhythm Kings and we check out their new live record Live Communication. The new names today are The Good And The Bad. Their concept is numerology. The new record is called 18 to 33 and all songs are numbered from 18 to 33. PG Six are also a new band, they hail from Brooklyn and they don’t have a particular concept, other than sticking pretty strictly to the retro psychedelic sound. Royal Baths come from the San Francisco garage punk scene, but they all relocated now to Brooklyn.

Daniel Kroha – Blues;
Bill Wyman’s Rhythm Kings – She’s Looking Good;
The Good The Bad – 024;
The Byrds – I’ll Feel A Whole Lot Better;
Don Nix – Feel A Whole Lot Better;
John Larson – Track You Down;
The Marlowes – The Week That Never Was;
Julian Cope – They Gotta Different Way of Doing Things;
Julian Cope – Vive le Suicide;
Wolf People – October Fires;
PG Six – Letter;
Minutemen – Retreat;
Sidewinders – Witchdoctor;
Three Hits – Lori (Last Girl On The Beach);
Human Switchboard – Shake It, Boys;
Royal Baths – Contempt.