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Flashlite #687

In today’s bluesy roots episode we check out the new music from the legendary Tav Falco, Cruzados, Cowbell, Tinsley Ellis and introduce Devils and Blues Against Youth – both from Italy. Across the Adriatic sea, we check out Mary May and Harp Explosion from Croatia.

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Bill Janovitz – Mean Old;
Cruzados – She’s Automatic;
The Devils – Devils Whistle Don’t Sing;
John Mayall with Mike Campbell – Chills and Thrills;
Johnny Burnette – The Train Kept A Rollin’;
Tav Falco – Train Kept A Rollin;
Tav Falco – The House Of The Rising Sun;
Cowbell – Garage Flowers;
Cowbell – Tallulah;
Ilana Katz – Time To Go;
Mary May – Don’t Call Me Baby;
Harp Explosion – Streets;
Tarbox Ramblers – Million Miles From Nowhere;
Tinsley Ellis – Slow Train To Hell;
Blues Against Youth – Oblivion.

Flashlite #524

Mary MayToday we have a new project from Corin Tucker and Peter Buck together, called Filthy Friends. White Denim from Austin TX and Royal Trux from Washington DC are back with new singles. Richard Lloyd had a recent album which fell between the cracks, but we catch up. Sunwatchers who we know from a recent collaboration with Eugene Chadborune also have a new song out on their own. John Mayall teamed up with Todd Rundgren for a new song. Our friend from Australia, Jon S Williams has a solo acoustic record. We introduce Mary May from Croatia. Our friend Clara Engel is working on a new album and needs your help to put it out.

Heidi Berry – Up In The Air;
Filthy Friends – Last Chance County;
White Denim – Shanalala;
Alex Chilton – Take It Off;
Cross Brothers (Live in CLE);
Royal Trux – Year of the Dog;
Richard Lloyd – Countdown;
Saucers – I Didn’t Get It;
Messengers – (Must We Always Live For) Tomorrow;
Sunwatchers – Beautiful Crystals;
John Mayall with Todd Rundgren – That’s What Love Will Make You Do;
Outrageous Cherry – That Ain’t Why;
Juliana Hatfield – No Meaning;
Mary May – Softest Tune;
Jon S Williams – Place to breathe;
Clara Engel – Blackbirds Baked in a Sky Cake;
Hollowmen – Don’t Want To Know If You Are Lonely.