Roots rock today. We check out new music from Walter Parks, who used to play with Richie Havens in the past. Another new tune comes from The Cold Stares, over in Indiana. Also introducing we have Herman Hitson from Atlanta and Dayna Kurtz from New Orleans. Her project is called Lulu and The Broadsides. Directly from Canada, we introduce Meghan Parnell and Bywater Call. Mark Lanegan’s collaborator Duke Garwood has a new album and so does Brant Bjork. We close the show with one new tune from All Them Witches.
Willie Walker – A Lucky Loser;
Walter Parks and the Unlawful Assembly – Wade In The Water;
The Cold Stares – The Joy;
Little Albert – Blues Asteroid;
Hambone Skinny – Gin Joint Jukin’;
Herman Hitson – Let The Gods Sing;
Bywater Call – Left Behind;
Annie Keating – Boxes;
Dayna Kurtz – That’s a Pretty Good Love;
Duke Garwood – Return to Splendour;
Slink Moss Explosion – Magic of the Stone;
The Murlocs – Wickr Man;
Brant Bjork – Who Do You Love;
All Them Witches – Blacksnake Blues.
Sad news came to us on Tuesday that Mark Lanegan passed away. Today’s show is entirely dedicated to him and it contains my recording of his entire Cleveland show on November 5th 2014. He ended up liking the recording and a part of that recording was published it as an LP High, Wild and Free. Lanegan was featured at The Little Lighthouse very frequently and we will greatly miss his new music and incredible live shows.
The Gravedigger’s Song;
Sleep With Me;
One Way Street;
One Hundred Days;
Riot In My House;
Floor of the Ocean;
Hit The City;
Creeping Coastiline of Lights;
Torn Red Heart;
Black Rose Way;
Death Trip to Tulsa;
I Am The Wolf;
Ballad of A Dying Rover.
Today we check out the new Reigning Sound album, Lou Barlow’s new record, couple of new Todd Rundgren tunes. Jim Lauderdale’s new single is cool and so is collaboration between Moby, Mark Lanegan and Kris Kristofferson who officially retired from singing this year and this is likely his last performance. Our last block are fresh new soundscapes from Ty Segall and Jon S. Williams.
Greg Cartwright – I Don’t Care;
Kingsley and Perdomo – Heaven’s Growing;
Reigning Sound – Letâ€™s Do It Again;
Oblivians – Oblivion;
Gyasi – Burn It Down;
Dinosaur JR – Garden;
Lou Barlow – Privatize;
Todd Rundgren and The Sparks – Your Fandango;
Todd Rundgren, Rick Wakeman, Tony Levin – Welcome To The Machine;
Todd Rundgren – Lysistrada;
Guardian Singles – Tea Lights Exploding;
Imelda May – Just One Kiss (feat. Ronnie Wood);
Jim Lauderdale – Hope Springs Eternal;
Moby, Kris Kristofferson and Mark Lanegan – The Lonely Night;
Ty Segall and Freedom Band – Sleeper;
City of Cool – Mountain;
Jon S Williams – First time;
Fernando Perdomo – For Alfred.
Cover version episode today! We will review some of the most interesting cover versions that came out recently with special focus on Will Coutrney, Joe Emery and Daniel Wilcox doing a Byrds song, Mo Troper, Asteroid B-612 and Cheap Trick all doing a John Lennon song, Nicole Atkins doing a Fleetwoods tune, Mark Lanegan in Alice in Chains tune, Lorenzo Wolf doing a tribute to Judee Sill and Switchblade Symphony going for the Rolling Stones. Ton of other interesting versions too! Be sure to check it out.
Mogollar – Hard Work;
Will Courtney, Joe Emery, Daniel Wilcox – Here Without You;
Mo Troper – Rain;
CTMF – Fire;
Mike Edison – Go Down Moses;
Les Grys Grys – Milkcow Blues;
Asteroid B-612 – Gimme Some Truth;
Cheap Trick – Gimme Some Truth;
Badfinger, Albert Lee – Sweet Tuesday Morning;
Bill Janovitz – Taillights Fade;
Nicole Atkins feat. Mark Lanegan – November Rain;
Mark Lanegan & Maggie Bjorklund – Nutshell;
Nicole Atkins & Marissa Nadler – Mr. Blue;
Altin Gun – Esmerim GÃ¼zelim;
The Imperturbable Teutonic Griffin – Talk Talk;
Thurston Moore – Buckets Of Rain;
Lorenzo Wolff – jesus was a cross maker;
Switchblade Symphony – Wild Horses;
Fernando Perdomo – Tiny Demons.
Don Howland (ex Bassholes and Gibson Brothers) is back with a spectacular new project and album A Burning Bus. We also check out the new music from Mark Lanegan (who also has a book out), Faux Killas, A Place to Bury Strangers and Magnetic Fields. On a new tribute to the Cramps, we discover a Southern California band Retox. From Spain, we have a new name Pablo Solo. Today’s show is dedicated to Phil May, the frontman of Pretty Things who passed away on May 15th, following complications from hip surgery.
Pretty Things – Walking Through My Dreams;
Night Beats – Bad Love;
A Burning Bus – Faith Healer;
Bassholes – Bowling Ball;
The Cramps – Garbageman;
Retox – Garbageman;
Pablo Solo – Gus, you Dog;
Serge Gainsbourg – En Melody;
Mark Lanegan Band – Hit The City (Live in CLE);
Mark Lanegan – Ballad of A Dying Rover;
A Place To Bury Strangers – Hit The Ground;
Eddy Current Suppression Ring – Like A Comet;
Swans – (She’s A) Universal Emptiness;
Magnetic Fields – Love Gone Wrong;
Faux Killas – Pick You Up;
Ty Segall – 5 Feet Tall;
Pretty Things – Old Man Going.
Remember when a couple of weeks ago we announced Danny and The Doorknobs phenomenal comeback album? That band is perhaps much better known in the rock’n’roll history books as Trotsky Icepick. Only two months after the return withÂ Juebox in LA River, Trotsky Icepick is back with an album with the moniker they are much better known for and we check it out in today’s show. Another astonishing comeback is the new single for the queercore royalties Team Dresch. Much like Trotsky Icepick, City of Cool from Australia also have a new album in a very short term. King Khan also has a new album out. Connections, a band from Columbus who had an album of the year in 2016 also had a recent new album calledÂ Foreign AffairsÂ and we check that out today. Mark Lanegan is about to put out his new record, but as we wait for it, we hear his new tune with the guitarist of Lamb of God, Mark Morton. Cleveland Steamers have a new politically charged single and Snooze in Motion, over in Zagreb have a new fake live album calledÂ Red Wednesday.
The Dirty Mac – Yer Blues;
The King Khan Experience – Le Responsable;
Connections – Good Cop;
Connections – Oh Lisa;
Jonathan Richman – And Do No Other Thing;
The Modern Lovers – Pablo Picasso;
Phranc – Gerthurde Stein;
Team Dresch – Uncle Phranc;
Team Dresch – Your Hands My Pockets;
Trotsky Icepick – Oxygen the Destroyer;
Danny and the Doorknobs – Painting Smiles on a Dead Man;
Juliana Hatfield – Everybody Loves Me But You (Live in CLE);
Mark Morton with Mark Lanegan – Axis;
City of Cool – Heart full;
City of Cool – Finite;
Solvej Schou – America;
Cleveland Steamers – MAGA;
Snooze in Motion – I’ll Walk You Home;
The Embrooks – Human Living Vampire.
Today we have the new music from Mark Lanegan. His band just published the newest single. Zerodent from Perth Australia are preparing their first European tour and they put together a new EP specifically to promote their work at the tour. Also in Europe, from France, Automatic City hails with their brand new album. Then back to Australia, Datura4 has a new album as well and features Dom Mariani of The Stems and Greg Hitchcock of You Am I. Clara Engel has a new record out and you can pick it up at bandcamp. On Burger Records, we present the new singles from The Dates and Those Pretty Wrongs. Today’s show is dedicated to Manja from Disciplin A Kitchme who passed away last week. DuÅ¡an ÄukiÄ‡ who played goÄ in Disciplina KiÄme in the late eighties passed away also, about a year ago. We pay tribute to both of them.
Kinks – Mindless Child of Motherhood;
Mark Lanegan Band – Stitch It Up;
Zerodent – Not Good For Me;
Stonefield – Far From Earth;
Lonesome Shack – Too Bad;
Automatic City – Tiger Man;
Datura4 – Cat On A Roof;
Kerri Powers – Can’t Find My Way Home;
Swans – Can’t Find My Way Home;
Clara Engel – Open a Door;
The Dates – Any Other Nite;
Those Pretty Wrongs – A Day In The Park;
Luther Russel – Sad Lady;
Disciplina KiÄme – GoÄ, skreÄ + bubanj;
Disciplin a Kitchme – No One;
Disciplin a Kitchme – ÄŒovek koji ne nosi sat;
Disciplin a Kitchme – Nepokolebljivost pokazi ti uz neophodnu dozu neozbiljnosti.
Tonight we check out the new music from Mark Lanegan, who teamed up again with Duke Garwood. We also check out the new song from J Mascis, with another solo effort. Another legend from around that time, Chris Mars, the drummer of The Replacements has a new album, so we check that out as well. ESC Life used to be a touring band for Grant Hart and now they have a new single. Ty Segall, Charles Mootheart and Chris Shaw from Ex Cult are back with their GÃ˜GGS. Desert Mountain Tribe are also back with the new album and so is Brian Lisik, but he is from Ohio. We introduce Grex from Oakland, California. Death of Samantha is in our live in Cleveland segment.
Clara Engel – Microgods of all the Subatomic Worlds;
ESC Life – Vacation;
GÃ˜GGS – Ruptured Line;
Ex-Cult – Mr. Investigator;
Ty Segall – Alta;
Desert Mountain Tribe – It’s All Good;
Mark Lanegan and Duke Garwood – Feast to Famine;
Mark Lanegan – Emperor;
Neko Case and Mark Lanegan – Curse of the I-5 Corridor;
Death of Samantha – The Slider (Live in CLE);
Brian Lisik and the Unfortunates â€“ Colorado Avenue;
Chris Mars – Mission of Dead;
Jon S Williams – Figure it out;
Grex – Quicksilver
J Mascis – See You At The Movies.
Today we start off by checking out the new music for two legends: first Robyn Hitchcock and a song from his untitled new record and a new single from Mark Lanegan and his band. Also, two of the Kinks brothers are here with new records. Ray Davies joined forces with The Jayhawks and Dave Davies has a record with his son Ross. We introduce The Wooden Sky from Toronto in Canada and two new bands from Cleveland. First four ladies in Goldmines, among which Roseanna Safos and Mandy Look also joined forces with Jason Look in another Cleveland band Part-Time Lover. We also hear a tune from Part-Time Lover performed live at The Blue Arrow Records on the Record Store Day. Speaking of the Record Store Day, an interesting seven inch showed up with Mike Watt collaborating with three bands from The Balkans. Today we check out what Koja and Disciplin A Kitchme did to a Minutemen song!
Chris Stamey – The Summer Sun;
Robyn Hitchcock – Time Coast;
Mark Lanegan Band – Beehive;
Minutemen – No One;
Disciplin a Kitchme – No One;
CFM – Dead Weight;
The Wooden Sky – Life is Pain, Pain is Beauty;
Dead Moon – Poor Born;
Arbouretum – Song of the Rose;
Goldmines – The Incomparable;
Part-Time Lover – Here Come The Worms;
Part-Time Lover – Living In The Past (Live in CLE);
Steve Harley and Cockney Rebel – Make Me Smile (Come Up and See Me;
Ray Davies – Poetry;
Dave And Russ Davies – King of Diamonds.
Today we hear the new music from Bernays Propaganda (actually and old live recording that just came out on their bandcamp page), Hills from Sweden, Winstons from Italy, and The Intended from Detroit. Duke Garwood is a guitarist and a former collaborator of Mark Lanegan on their Black Pudding project. Fancey is a new band from Todd Fancey from The New Pornographers.
Becky Warren – San Antonio;
Bernays Propaganda – Fakt;
Meatbodies – Creature Feature;
Ty Segall – The only one;
Dinosaur Jr. – Knocked Around;
Hills – Schlaraffenland;
The Winstons – Nicotine Freak;
The Excellos – Angel Delight;
Mark Lanegan and Duke Garwood – Mescalito;
Duke Garwood – Days Gone Old;
Fancey – Baby Sunshine;
Prefab Sprout – Appetite;
Albert Lee – Best I Can;
The Modern Minds – Book of Life;
The Intended – Blue Law Sunday.
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