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Flashlite #653

Rachel Watkins

Trippy show today with two Canadian bands: Possum from Toronto and Elevator To Hell from New Brunswick. Two tributes, one to Roky Erickson and the other one to Bubble Puppy. In particular, we hear the new version of Don’t Fall Down by Black Angels and Hot Smoke and Sassafras by Deniz Tek and newly reformed Rittenhouse Square, featuring Mitch Easter, Peter Holsapple, Will Rigby, Chris Stamey and Don Dixon. We also introduce Fuzzy Lights from UK, Ribbons of Euphoria from Greece and hear new music from La Luz and The Shivas. We end the show with an obit to Sarajevo musician and master of ceremonies Zvonimir Altarac ÄŒičak who passed away in March this year.

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Grand Union – She Said, She Said;
Possum – Gala at the Universe City;
Deniz Tek & the Mortmen – Hot Smoke & Sassafrass;
Rittenhouse Square – Hot Smoke & Sassafras;
Bubble Puppy – Hot Smoke and Sassafras;
The Fingers – I Hear The Sun;
13th Floor Elevators – Don’t Fall Down;
All The Saints – Don’t Fall Down;
The Black Angels – Don’t Fall Down;
Elevator to Hell – I’ve Gone for a Ride;
The Barrier – Dawn Breaks Through;
The Goatdancers – Eat Me Alive;
Dave Davies – Creeping Jam;
Fuzzy Lights – Maiden’s Call;
La Luz – In the Country;
The Drag Set – Day And Night;
The Shivas – If I Could Choose;
Ribbons of Euphoria – 3 4ers;
Indexi – Negdje u kraju, u zatiÅ¡ju;
ÄŒičak – Moj drug.

Flashlite #510

Tess ParksWe have a new tune from the productive band out in Nashville called All Them Witches. Paul Kelly out in Australia is also back with a new record called Nature. Peter Holsapple has a weird new album, which was recorded back in the 70s as a demo in Memphis at the same time when Alex Chilton was recording Like Flies on Sherbet so his record label decided to combine demos from both works on a single album. Å umski from Zagreb also have a new record and we introduce new names for us Les Lullies, Tess Parks and Anton Newcombe. Out in England we check out stuff out on Roadkill records, Weird Sex and Projector.

Dan Stuart – Tucson;
Weird Sex – Trevor;
Projector – Break Your Own Heart;
A Place To Bury Strangers – Was It Electric;
Black Moth – Screen Queen;
All Them Witches – Guess I’ll Go Live On The Internet;
All Them Witches – Fishbelly 86 Onions;
Tess Parks & Anton Newcombe – Please Never Die;
Dommengang – Going Down Fast;
Earthless – Volt Rush;
Del Fuegos – Friday Night;
Paul Kelly – With The One I Love;
Peter Holsapple – The Death Of Rock;
Alex Chilton – Marshall Law;
Les Lullies – Let It Out;
Å umski – Pravi izlaz.

Flashlite #498

Jack Torera of The JacketsToday we bring you the new music from Kelley Stoltz, Peter Holsapple, Willie Nile and Boz Scaggs. We also introduce Jack Torera and her Jackets from Switzerland, Nick Piunti from Detroit, Saucers from Cleveland and Ben De La Cour from Nashville, TN. Willie Nile is also in our Live in Cleveland segment.

Eamon McGrath – Just Kids;
The Jackets – Queen of the Pill;
Kelley Stoltz – My Friend;
Kelley Stoltz – (My Baby Always Knows) What Time It Is;
The dB’s – We Should Be In Bed;
Peter Holsapple – Them Changes Sing Lady Sing;
Willie Nile – I Defy;
Willie Nile (Live in CLE);
Boz Scaggs – Rich Woman;
Boz Scaggs – Little Miss Night And Day;
Nick Piunti – Deep Freeze;
Kevin Gordon – Right On Time;
Jackie DeShannon – Sleepin’ with Love;
Saucers – She’s Alright;
Ben De La Cour – Face Down Penny.

Flashlite #277

Ruined FortuneA ton of new tunes from Australia. We have Ruined Fortune, a duo from Sydney and Eastlink from Melbourne. King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard have a new record called Oddments, plus we were lucky to host them in Cleveland. We also check out some good old rustbelt bands. Cheap Girls come from Lansing MI and The Safes are from Chicago. Peter Holsapple wrote a neat tribute to his old band Continental Drifters for The Radio Free Song Club and recorded it with overdubs from Susan Cowsill and Russ Broussard. We also check out the new Secretly Canadian reissues of Nikki Sudden albums.

The Singles – Turn The Other Way;
Cheap Girls – Man in Question;
Guided By Voices – Zero Elasticity;
Sweet Apple – Under The Liquor Store;
The Safes – Erased From History;
The Tears – Don’t Care About Nothing;
Fall-Outs – Like Me;
Elmore James – Dust My Blues;
Swell Maps – The Helicopter Spies;
Nikki Sudden – Out of Egypt;
Eastlink – Gina;
King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard – Live in CLE;
King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard – Crying;
Ruined Fortune – Transparent faces;
The Strungs – Tigger;
Holsapple Cowsill Broussard – No Better.

Flashlite #211

Brian LisikLots of new stuff this time. Let’s begin first with the familiar names. We have two new songs for the two main members of The dB’s. Chris Stamey has a new album and Peter Holsapple submitted a track to the Bobby Sutliff benefit. Two friends from the old UK rock’n’roll scene, Van Morrison and Georgie Fame each recently had new records, so we check that out. Mark Lanegan also appeared on a tribute, this one was for Tim Hardin. Legendary controversial music producer and musician from New York City, Kramer, covered a whole bunch of Brill Building era songs. Of the newbies, we have Brian Lisik from Canton OH, Hot Nun from San Francisco. Veronica Falls from England have a very aggressive advertising campaign for their new record Waiting For Something To Happen, but it’s still a very nice record and we get to hear a song from it.

Small Faces – Red Balloon;
Veronica Falls – Teenage;
Hot Nun – Queen Bitch;
David Bowie – Queen Bitch;
The Schills – Power and lies;
Brian Lisik – Five Other Rooms;
Chris Stamey – Astronomy;
Peter Holsapple – Ballygrand;
Neil Diamond – Cherry, Cherry;
Kramer – Cherry Cherry;
Del Fuegos – Don’t Run Wild (Live in Kent OH);
Van Morrison – Goin’ Down To Monte Carlo;
Georgie Fame – How Blue;
My Buddy Moose – Shine, Shine, Shine;
The Resonars – Expectations;
Mark Lanegan – Red Balloon.

Flashlite #135

Dave SchrammGrunge is dead. We have Cute Lepers opening today’s show with the new album Adventure Time and if you just hear their sound you’d think they’re from Memphis or Atlanta, but actually they come from the grunge capital of the world, Seattle WA. 1991 was veeery long time ago! We also catch up with Dave Schramm, who played in many band throughout the years. One of them was The Okra All Stars who’s cover of Purple Rain was a popular song 10 years ago when we were on KLSU. Dave is now a part of a great podcast called Radio Free Song and we check that out in today’s show. A part of that club is also Peter Holsapple (ex The dB’s). Kelly Kneiser from the TN band Glossary has a solo album. You probably remember how much we liked Glossary last year. Out good friend Mike Watt has a three million different bands these days, and one of those is Floored By Four. We check it out today as well.

Jump Back Jake & The Echo-Friendly – Carpentry and Mystery Novels;
Cute Lepers – Damaging Acts;
Peter Holsapple – Wasn’t Born To Follow;
Carole King – Wasn’t Born to Follow;
The Byrds – Wasn’t Born To Follow;
The Okra All-Stars – Purple Rain;
The Radio Free All Stars – Her Eyes Are a Blue Million Miles;
Dave Schramm – Something Went Wrong;
Beth Orton – I Me Mine – Dig It;
Attention – Beat Machine;
Floored By Four – Watt;
Little Barrie – Precious Pressure;
The Witches – The Haunted Regulars;
Kelly Kneiser – Happiness Looks Good On You;
Hunx And His Punx – Lovers Lane;
The Arrows – Boogiest Band In Town;
Green On Red – Blue Parade;
Moving Targets – Almost Certain/Drone.