Today we check out new jams by Mythic Sunship from Denmark and Dead Meadow from Washington DC. Arizonians Naïm Amor and John Convertino collaborate on very interesting instrumentals. Introducing this week, Odd Men Out and Korb from London UK, Elkhorn from New York, Marcel Borrack from Melbourne Australia and Third Sound from Berlin.
Ghost Funk Orchestra – Blood Moon;
Odd Men Out – Summer;
Mythic Sunship – Tempest;
Mike Baggetta, Jim Keltner, Mike Watt – Everywhen We Go (Slight Return);
Naïm Amor and John Convertino – Black Foot Shuffle;
Elkhorn – Wilderness;
David Craven & Jon S Williams – Mountain;
Korb – Android;
Marcel Borrack – Marcel Borrack – Stop Trippin’;
Daliborovo Granje – Mehana;
Dead Meadow – Valmont’s Pad;
The Third Sound – Ghosts of Memphis;
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – Ice V.
Â Today we pay respect to Beastie Boy MCA and Flying Burrito Brother Chris Ethridge. We also have a new name at the show, a singer from Cardiff in England, Suzi Chunk. Another new name today is a Basque artist called Petti. He joined forces with the legendary Boston’s singer Barrence Whitfield and did a very nice record over in the Basque land, which still happens to be part of the Northern Spain. Naim Amor is back with a new album Dansons and Italian rockers Mojomatics are also here with a new record which the call You Are The Reason For My Troubles. The volume two of Jeffrey Lee Pierce’s tribute record is out and Tav Falco’s Panther Burns have a nice song on it.
Fairfield Parlour – Aries;
Beastie Boys – Sabotage;
Beastie Boys – Johnny Ryall;
The Horrors – Three Scale Burden;
Whitehorse – Passenger 24;
Rich Hopkins and Luminarios – Dark Side of the Spoon;
The Flying Burrito Brothers – Hot Burrito #1;
The Flying Burrito Brothers – Hot Burrito #2;
Gram Parsons – She;
Tav Falco’s Panther Burns – The Jungle Book;
Mojomatics – Behind the Trees;
Cockney Rebel – What Ruthie Said;
Suzi Chunk – Look Back And Laugh;
Barrence Whitfield Eta Petti & The Bloodyhotsak – Sugar Falls;
Barrence Whitfield And The Savages – Georgia Slop;
Pierced Arrows – Paranoia (Live In CLE);
Naim Amor – The Other Step.
Today 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 SaucerÂ´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.
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