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Flashlite #658

Dori Freeman

Modern scene is overflown with excellent new releases in country rock and ladies are taking the lead big time. Today we check out newest music from Samantha Fish, Dori Freeman, Marianne Dissard and we introduce Emily Duff, Leah Blevins, Hannah Juanita and Hello Darlins. In the end, we pay a tribute to the originator of the musical genre covered today… To Nanci Griffith who passed away on August 13th at the age of 68. The rest of the show also features recent music from exciting new country rock female artists.

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Nobody’s Child – Kansas;
Emily Duff – Gimme Back My Love;
Samantha Fish – Twisted Ambition;
Rosali – Pour Over Ice;
Yola – Whatever You Want;
Shemekia Copeland – She Don’t Wear Pink;
Leah Blevins – Afraid;
Hannah Juanita – Call Yourself My Man;
Shannon McNally – Only Daddy That’ll Walk The Line;
BettySoo – Ain’t Living Long Like This;
Dori Freeman – The Storm;
Marianne Dissard & Raphael Mann – If I Needed You;
Kelly McFarling – Follow Me Down;
Martha Fields – In My Garden;
The Hello Darlins – Catch That Train;
Nanci Griffith – Outbound Plane;
Nanci Griffith – Ford Econoline;
Kelly Willis – They’re Blind;
Shaye Zadravec – Skyway.

Flashlite #629

Clara Engel

Today we experiment with sounds a little bit. Non-conventional genres and artists are on the playlist. We first start with a new project for John Dwyer, Nick Murray, Brad Caulkins, Tom Dolas and Greg Coates, which is perhaps called Witch Egg. Kid Congo and The Pink Monkey Birds follow with a 15 minute dance dreamlike song. Sun Kil Moon is also here with another lengthy new piece. Emma Ruth Rundle teams up with metal heads Thou. Marianne Dissard has an unconventional cover of Ritchie Valens’ Come on Let’s Go. Clara Engel has a new album, and it’s always a surprise and a new, interesting sonic exploration. At the end of the show we pay tributes to Sylvain Sylvain, Phil Spector and Tom Stevens from Long Ryders.

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Trash – Road To Nowhere;
John Dwyer, Nick Murray, Brad Caulkins, Tom Dolas, Greg Coates – Greener Pools;
Kid Congo & The Pink Monkey Birds – He Walked In;
Thou & Emma Ruth Rundle – Orphan Limbs;
Sun Kil Moon – Morning Cherry;
Clara Engel – Thieves;
Marianne Dissard – Come On, Let’s Go;
New York Dolls – Frankenstein;
Ramones – Danny Says;
Long Ryders – Days Long Ago;
Righteous Brothers – You’ve lost that lovin’ feelin’.

Flashlite #601

Norma MacDonald

Today we start off with the new album by Nashville’s own Margo Price. Everybody is talking about it these days! Lynn Miles and Norma MacDonald are new introductions from Canada. Over in UK, we have Hannah White and The Nordic Connections, as well as the duet Snowgoose with Jim McCulloch and Anna Sheard. Marianne Dissard from Tucson AZ covers a Steely Dan song and Josephine from New York City has a new single. We also introduce Weyes Blood and Natalie Laura Mering, clearly later than most other relevant rock shows, but their music fell through the cracks for me last year and I’ve just figured out how much her voice reminds me of the legendary Jadranka Stojaković.

The Haden Triplets – Say You Will;
Margo Price – Twinkle Twinkle;
Lynn Miles – Main St.;
Whitney Rose – Better Man;
Sylvia Rose Novak – South Of Boulder;
Hannah White & The Nordic Connections – Gotta Work Harder;
Norma MacDonald – Wonder in the Summer;
Aubrie Sellers – Under The Sun;
Beth Bombara – I Only Cry When I’m Alone;
Josephine – Shipwrecked;
Snowgoose – Gave Up Without A Sound;
Judy Dyble And Andy Lewis – My Electric Chauffeur;
Big Hogg – When We Were Young;
Tami Neilson – Tell Me That You Love Me;
Nicole Atkins – In The Splinters;
Marianne Dissard – Dirty Work;
Weyes Blood – Something to Believe;
Jadranka Stojaković – Gdje si duÅ¡o.

Flashlite #268

Carla BozulichWe have a very quiet show today. Gavin Gardner from Toronto opens up with a Dylan tune. Then we go to New York and hear Lucius perform one of Bob’s songs from the 80s. We also check out a shoegazer band Creepoid from Philadelphia. Allysen Callery is a new name here at the Little Lighthouse. She mainly accompanies herself on guitar and has a very interesting voice, sounding a lot like Sandy Denny. We check out Marianne Dissard’s new record and we find her now back in France after being in Tucson for awhile. Carla Bozulich is back with the new record. And despite this being a very quiet episode of the Little Lighthouse, we close with the loudest record ever recorded – Stooges’ Raw Power. This our tribute to Scott Asheton, drummer of the Stooges who passed away last week.

Gavin Gardner – Tomorrow Is A Long Time;
Creepoid – Acrimony;
Lucius – When the Night Comes Falling from the Sky;
Richard Thompson – Shoot Out The Lights (Live in Kent);
Sandy Denny – Autopsy;
Allysen Callery – I Had a Lover I Thought Was My Own;
Susie Hug – Calling Time;
Marianne Dissard – Mouton Bercail;
Carla Bozulich – Deeper Than the Well;
Fleetwood Mac – Something Inside Of Me (Blues Alphabet);
Jesse Winchester – Biloxi;
Townes Van Zandt – None But The Rain;
Mike Watt – Pinned To The Table;
Iggy and the Stooges – Gimme Danger.

Flashlite #115

Marianna DissardToday we feature three new artists that publish for V’68. They sent us a nice package and we for today we picked three artists that are have ties both to Europe and to Tucson AZ. Marianne Dissard and Naim Amor moved from France over to Tucson to live and create music. Still, they often sing in their mother tongue. The third is Susie Hug, who we introduced in Flashlite #112. Besides these V’68 artists, we also have Lucinda Williams and her new album Blessed that just came out both in studio and kitchen demo versions. McCaughey, Wynn, Pitmon and Buck are back with volume two of The Baseball Project and we check that out as well. We also introduce a new band at The Little Lighthouse, Redondo Beat from Germany.

Buffy Sainte Marie – Smack Water Jack;
Redondo Beat – My Baby (Knows How To Have A Real Good Time);
The Baseball Project – Ichiro Goes to the Moon;
Steve Wynn And The Miracle 3 – Ribbons And Chains;
Cecilia Ann – Belles Artes;
ing – Astrophobia;
Anastasia Screamed – Tide;
Alice Cooper – Is It My Body;
Alex Harvey – Flying Saucer´s Daughter;
Lucinda Williams – Seeing Black;
Lucinda Williams – Seeing Black (Kitchen version);
Bettye LaVette – Games People Play;
Susie Hug – Shed A Tear;
Marianne Dissard – The One And Only;
Naim Amor – Woman Who’s Woman;
North Mississippi Allstars – How I Wish My Train Would Come.