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Flashlite #668

Nellen Dryden

Amazing music from wonderful new female singers and songwriters today. We open up with new tune from Beth Bombara over in St. Louis. Next, Lilly Hiatt has a new album called Lately. We introduce a wonderful new trio, Chapel Hart with roots in Southern Mississippi and New Orleans. Sierra Ferrel from Charleston is a new name and so is Nellen Dryden is from Nashville. Speaking of Nashville, Yola’s new album is an active item on our playlist and a deeper look into it reveals three songwriters that she collaborated with her on the record. Ruby Amanfu, Liz Rose and Natalie Hemby, who also has a new album. Coming Up Roses come from Singapore but fit perfectly in this otherwise heavy American playlist.

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Shaye Zadravec – The Slider;
Beth Bombara – Space Junk;
Lilly Hiatt – Better;
Kelly McFarling – Delicate;
Dori Freeman – Nobody Nothing;
Coming Up Roses – All Our Time;
Nellen Dryden – Elusive;
Rosali – Bones;
Emily Duff – Razor Blade Smile;
Chapel Heart – Just Say I Love You;
Sierra Ferrell – Silver Dollar;
Yola – Stand For Myself;
Natalie Hemby – Pins and Needles;
Ruby Amanfu – Where You Going;
Liz Rose – Five & Dime;
Caitlin Rose – Shanghai Cigarettes.

Flashlite #582

Lilly Hiatt

Today we start with Stuart Turner and his Flat Earth Society, all the way from the musically rich Medway area in UK. Pedaljets come from Kansas City, Danny McDonald from Melbourne and The Berries from Seattle, WA. Those our new introductions this week and Berries have a killer new LP. We are also listening to new albums from Andy Gabbard and Lilly Hiatt. Plastic Pals from Sweden are back with their new single. Check out the recent recording of Yawpers live in Cleveland. This show is dedicated to Yugoslavian singer Zdenka Vučković who passed away on March 8 this year.

Bob Dylan – This Wheel’s On Fire;
Stuart Turner And The Flat Earth Society – Kisses Are Keys;
Pedaljets – Down Town;
Trotsky Icepick – I Haunted Myself;
Stan McMahon – Have You Heard The Word_;
The Berries – Passing Scene;
The Plastic Pals – Plastic Pal;
Gretchen’s Wheel – The Last Balloon;
The Yawpers – (Live in CLE);
Danny McDonald – Commuter’s Lament;
Andy Gabbard – Fight To Live;
Andy Gabbard – This Wheel’s On Fire;
Julian Cope – That Ain’t No Way to Make a Million;
Aubrey Sellers – Troublemaker;
Lilly Hiatt – P-Town;
Zdenka Vučković – You don’t have to say you love me;
Byrds – This Wheel’s On Fire.

Flashlite #572

Lilly Hiatt

Today’s show is mostly power pop oriented. We start off with Jeff Whalen from LA and follow up with the new single from Lilly Hiatt. Then we go to New York City and check out the new music from Josephine. Also new, is the fourth volume of Robyn Gibson’s BOTP Band. Ichabod comes from Karlovac in Croatia and Sore Eros from Northampton, MA. The last two new bands in the show are roots rock: Danny O And The Astrotones from London and Dirty Fuse from Greek.

The Dukes of Stratosphear – 25 O’Clock (Demo);
Jeff Whalen – Goofing Around;
Lilly Hiatt – Brighest Star;
Paul Kelly – Deeper Water;
Stan McMahon – Why Did You Land;
Joey Ghostly – I Heard You’re Gonna Leave Him;
Josephine – I Heard You’re Gonna Leave Him;
The BOTP Band – Somebody Made For Me;
Emitt Rhodes – Somebody Made For Me;
The Beach Boys – I’m Going Your Way;
Mott The Hoople – Midnight Lady;
Neil Young – Barstool Blues;
Ichabod – Never Alone;
Sore Eros – Backseat Bop;
The Flys – Dont Moonlight On Me;
News – Stop;
The Whiffs – My Vision of Love;
Exploding Eyes – Madman’s Lament;
Danny O And The Astrotones – Machine Gun;
Dirty Fuse – Sombrero;
The Dukes of Stratosphear – 25 O’Clock (Instrumental).

Flashlite #449

Hayley Thompson-KingWe of with two new interesting records form two ladies. Hayley Thompson-King kicks off with a surprising mixture of americana and europeana, and Lilly Hiatt who steadily provides great sounding records. Tall Juan is a new name from Queens, New York City, and in some ways, it does pay a tribute to the original pride of Queens, The Ramones. Lost Baloons come from Wisconsin and they had an excellent show in Cleveland, so we hear them in our live segment and we also check out their new album. Smog Veil record label mailed me a big box of records, and sifting through them, I picked The Prisoners and The Robert Besnick Band for this show. And, as an exclusive preview, we hear a brand new track from Cheese Borger and his Cleveland Steamers. Today’s show is dedicated to Holger Czukay of Can and Walter Becker of Steely Dan, to guys that indebted rock’n’roll in great, although very different ways. They died within two days from one another in early September.

Elope – Real Grim;
Hayley Thompson-King – Lot’s Wife;
Lilly Hiatt – Trinity Lane;
Lilly Hiatt – Jesus Would’ve Let Me Pick the Restaurant;
Part-Time Lover – Out Of My Control;
The Prisoners – Society’s Bitch;
Cheese Borger And The Cleveland Steamers – Maple Leaf Girl;
The Robert Bensick Band – AfterThe Ball;
City of Cool – Controlled;
Tall Juan – I Wish I Knew;
Lost Balloons – Not My Time;
Lost Balloons Live in CLE ;
Needles Pins – Pressure Points;
The Forty Nineteens – Another Day;
Minutemen – Dr. Wu;
Steely Dan – Peg;
Can – Outside my door;
Can – She Brings the Rain.

Flashlite #374

Cheap TrickToday we start off with the new record for Cheap Trick. We also introduce new bands: Music Band from Nashville, Vaguess from Long Beach, Terminal Lovers from Cleveland, Rocket Bureau from Wisconsin and Australian Rolling Blackouts. ne of my favorite albums in the last couple of months is Lilly Hiatt’s Royal Blue along with its b-sides, so as a part of my experiment to see what it makes so good, I dug out some past work from the producer and keyboardist Adam Landry and drummer Jon Radford. We also have Jonathan Richman live in CLE, courtesy of our good sponsor Blue Arrow Records.

Dan Stuart – The Whores Above;
Cheap Trick – Blood Red Lips;
Music Band – 5th Street;
Bazooka – Psema;
Termiti – Mama, s razlogom se brines;
Vaguess – Party Gurlz;
Terminal Lovers – The Lamp;
Jonathan Richman – I Was Dancing In A Lesbian Bar (Live in CLE);
Rocket Bureau – Silhouette;
Rolling Blackouts – Heard You’re Moving;
The Passions – Why Me;
Glass Eye – Vegetable wheel;
Oh Ok – Playtime;
Lilly Hiatt – See Ya Around;
Steelism – Apache;
Adam Landry – Just a Whisper;
Justin And The Cosmics – Rippin’ The Heart.

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 #363

Lilly HiattToday we check out the new album from Thee Melomen from Zagreb called Chinatown. Also, we have new music from the legendary Pretty Things, All Them Witches and Kropotkins. Lilly Hiatt, daughter of John Hiatt is back with a very good new album (great drum sound and lovely songs on it!). Bernays Propaganda from Skopje also have a new record called Politika and looks at the politics from a female view point. Royal Headache is a new band for us from Australia and their latest album called High rocks. Finally, a tribute to Lemmy.

Slumber Party – No Sleep Tonight;
The Babies – Ride;
Thee Melomen – More of what you got;
The Pretty Things – Old Man Going;
The Pretty Things – Dirty Song;
Royal Headache – Carolina;
Eamon McGrath – Big River;
Soldiers of Fortune – Which;
All Them Witches – Dirt Preachers;
Motorhead – Train Kept A Rollin’;
Hawkwind – Motorhead;
The Rockin’ Vickers – It’s Alright;
The Kropotkins – My Body Lies on the Mountain;
The Kropotkins – The Moon’s Already Down;
Patsy’s Rats – Nowhere Close;
Lilly Hiatt – Off Track;
Bernays Propaganda – Ne sum vekje ubava.

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.