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Flashlite #353

Allen ToussaintToday we introduce Dead Ghosts from Vancouver and Hierophants from Australia. Also from Australia, their rock’n’roll stars You Am I are back with the new record called Porridge and Hotsauce. Fred and Toody Cole from Dead Moon visited Cleveland, and we check it out. Calibro 35 from Italy, are here today with the new record as well. Ned O’Millick of Tito’s Boys from Pula, Croatia has a new solo project featuring Mike Watt on bass. Sadly, we send farewell to one the most amazing figures in New Orleans music, Allen Toussaint. He passed away on November 9th suffering from a heart-attack after his gig in Madrid.

Wizard – You Got The Jump On My;
You Am I – Mr. Milk;
You Am I – Bon Vivants;
Sir Doug And The Texas Tornados – Give Back The Keys To My Heart;
Chuck Berry – Sweet Little Sixteen;
Hierophants – Stress;
Fred and Toody Cole – We Won’t Break (Live in CLE);
Allen Toussaint – Southern Nights;
Allen Toussaint – What Do You Want The Girl To Do;
Irma Thomas – it’s raining;
The Uniques – All These Things;
Calibro 35 – The Haploids;
Dead Ghosts – All in a Row;
Joe Jack Talcum – Dean’s Dream;
Sherwin – Bored;
Gories – Stormy;
Swa – Wasting My Time;
Ned O’Millick – Osvijesti se.

Flashlite #52

The Blackwater FeverHere we are at the new episode of The Little Lighthouse. Next three Thursdays will be a short break for The Little Lighthouse as I’m leaving for a small trip. We will pick up where we left in June. But, let’s see what we have today. Toady we introduce The Blackwater Fever, a new drum and guitar duet from Australia. We have a new Thee Oh Sees 45 and The Rats reissue. The Rats is an early eighties band for Fred and Toody Cole of Dead Moon. Also, check out an excellent 60s Yugo-beat from Bis-Bez! We have a new band Evil Cowards for Tyler Spencer of Electric Six and Dirty Shame. I saw Electric Six again, and they are still 100% fun. I also saw Mike Watt and his Missingmen playing live at The Grog Shop. It was a very playful show that saw Watt in an excellent mood. They played a lot of classic punk songs, several of which we revisit in this show in honor of old Watt. He has just recorded the new opera with Tony Maimone in New York City and it will hopefully come out very soon.

Haymarket Square – The Train Kept A Rollin;
Outrageous Cherry – Boxtop;
The Rats – Nightline;
Seminal Rats – Nuggets;
Jack-O & The Tennessee Tearjerkers – Ditch Road;
Thee Oh Sees – Tidal Wave;
The Blackwater Fever – Endless Sleep;
Bis-Bez – More Sokol Pie;
Delfini – Kales, bre Andjo;
Slovenly – Cartwheels of Glory;
The Last – She Don’t Know Why I’m Here;
Minutemen – Toadies;
Mike Watt – One Reporter’s Opinion;
Television – Little Johnny Jewel;
Electric Six – Watching Evil Empires Fall Apart;
Evil Cowards – Theme From Evil Cowards.