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Flashlite #630

Palmyra Delran

We start today with new music from Palmyra Delran and continue with new stuff from Chris Church. Continuing the theme of nice songwriting, we check out the new tune from Andy Gabbard. Then we check out music from another Andy, Andy Lewis who we know from his recent collaborations with Judy Dyble. Fernando Perdomo continues his weekly new releases with another new album. Armories is a new name for us, they participate on the recent tribute to 20 20. Than we go to the remains of Yugoslavia and we hear the new Steve Wynn cover from Zvonka Obajdin and Svemir . Also, we hear a brand new tune from Dino Santaleza and Pridjevi. Staying on the same ground, but covering different times, we pay a tribute to Branko Marušić Čutura and Đorđe Balašević, both of them passed away within a day from each other recently.

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Dinosaur JR – Hide Another Round;
Palmyra Delran and the Doppel Gang – Who’s Been Sleeping Here;
Chris Church – Know;
Chris Church – Coulda Fooled Me;
Andy Gabbard – DDS;
Andy Gabbard – Instant Trancer;
Andy Lewis – Pipeline;
Plastic Penny – Baby You’re Not To Blame;
Chad and Jill – The Cruel War;
Fernando Perdomo – Class of 98;
The Armoires – The Night I Heard a Scream;
20 20 – The Night I Heard a Scream;
Petrified Max – Get the Guitar;
Dream Syndicate – Whatever You Please;
Svemir – Whatever you please;
Pridjevi – Scarab;
Pridjevi – Pozuri polako;
Yu Grupa – Noć je moja;
Rani Mraz – Mnogo mi znači to;
ĐorÄ‘e BalaÅ¡ević – Lunjo.

Flashlite #599

Judy Dyble

Today’s show is dedicated to the wonderful Judy Dyble, the founding vocalist of Fairport Convention and the early singer for the band that grew into King Crimson. She passed away from lung cancer on July 12, this year. Other than that, we check out the new tunes from the 80s underground legends: newly reformed Divine Horsemen, Smudge, Dream Syndicate and The Jayhawks, including their renegade member Mark Olson, with his most recent partner in crime, Ingunn Ringvold. Cherry on top are newly discovered vault music from possibly some of greatest rock’n’roll bands in the history: The Rolling Stones, The Replacements and a project of the Yardbirds members Keith Relf and Jim McCarty called Together. If this doesn’t turn out to be a great listening, then nothing you ain’t a true rocker.

The Replacements – Alex Chilton;
The Dream Syndicate – Hold Brother Hold;
The Rolling Stones – Criss Cross;
The Rolling Stones – She Said Yeah;
CFM – Black Cat;
The Jayhawks – Dogtown Days;
Mark Olson and Ingunn Ringvold – April In Your Cloud Garden;
Bob Dylan – My Own Version Of You;
The Third Mind – Journey in Satchidananda;
Dave Alvin – Guitar Rumba;
Divine Horsemen – Mystery Writers;
The Flesh Eaters – The Youngest Profession;
Together – Henry’s Coming Home;
The Lemonheads – The Outdoor Type (Live in CLE);
Smudge – Gotta Pull Myself Together;
Judy Dyble – Faded Elvis;
Fairport Convention – One Sure Thing;
Fairport Convention – Portfolio.

Flashlite #494

Julie ChristensenToday we have a somewhat acoustic oriented show. The mood is set by Julie Christensen and her Stone Cupid who are back with an acoustic but gritty new album. We also check out the new music from Kim Simpson over in Texas who has gone political on his new album. Judy Dyble who used to be Fairport Convention is back with a new album, actually second in a year. She’s very active recently. Ray Davies of The Kinks is also back with the second installment of his Americana series.  We introduce Jill Jackson from Scotland and Lucy And The Rats from London, although Lucy Spazzy comes originally from Australia. Dead Rock West are on our live in Cleveland segment.

Bob Dylan – Bob Dylan’s Dream;
Ray Davies with Karen Grotberg – The Take;
Lucy & The Rats – Night Comes;
Patsy’s Rats – More Than This;
Eamon McGrath – The World Is A Cold Dark Place;
Shawna Russel – The Only One;
Dead Rock West – More Love (Live in CLE);
Judy Dyble and Andy Lewis – He Said I Said;
Judy Dyble – Newborn Creatures;
Jill Jackson – Worries;
Mike Watt – Drove Up From Pedro;
Tom Waits – Hold On;
Julie Christensen’s Stone Cupid – Hold On;
Kim Simpson – Here Come the Goblins;
Simon And Garfunkel – Kathy’s Song.