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Flashlite #478

Sue FoleyJust as we introduced the new John Paul Keith’s new single, his new album with The Motel Mirrors also came out. It also features Amy LaVere and Will Sexton in the line up. The rest of the new music today are all new introductions. First we have two new bands form Los Angeles: Dommengang and L.A. Witch. Clevelander and a hopeful in the comedy business Dave Hill teamed up with Chris Reifert from Autopsy and Death in a new band called Painted Doll. We also have Bad Moves. They come from Washington DC. Australian Rebecca Louise Chilcott goes by the name of Ruby Boots and another singer songwriter, Sue Foley comes from Canada. They both have new interesting albums. Rench is a guy from Brooklyn who mixes country with hip hop beats in his band Gangstagrass, but this time we check out his new solo record.

Cheap Wine – Breakaway;
Dommengang – Burning Off the Years;
L.A. Witch – Untitled;
Yawpers – Ace Of Spades;
Black Stone Cherry – Violator Girl;
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – Tetrachromacy;
Painted Doll – Hidden Hand;
Bad Moves – Cool Generator;
Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires – Save My Life!;
Spanic Boys – That Train;
Sue Foley – Run;
Motel Mirrors – Paper Doll (feat. Amy LaVere, Joh;
John Paul Keith – Do You Really Wanna Do It;
Robyn Gibson – Making Our Dreams Come True (laverne & Shirley) (c. Fox N. Gimbel);
James Luther Dickinson, North Mississippi Allstars – Hadacol Boogie;
Eggs Over Easy – Henry Morgan;
Ruby Boots – Infatuation;
Rench – Eighteen Wheels On the Road.

Flashlite #191

Hal DavidThe Dirtbombs from Detroit joined forces with Dan Sartain and Terrible Twos for a new ep release and they cover another act from Detroit on that single – a cult band called Death. Quartet from Pittsburgh, PA Satin Gum are back with their second album, which they call LP2. Mark Eitzel and Rickie Lee Jones have new solo records out. And Crusaders of Love is a new name today, from Lille in France.

In the end, we’re paying respect to Hal David, a lyricists that used to work with Burt Bacharach. Our tribute is not obvious, as we play some versions of his songs that are not notorious, so that should be interesting.

Todd Rundgren – Love Of The Common Man;
Love – My Little Red Book;
The Dirtbombs – Politicians In My Eyes;
Death – Politicians In My Eyes;
Satin Gum – How Do I;
Crusaders of Love – never grow up;
Pylon – Crazy (Live in CLE);
American Music Club – Somewhere;
Mark Eitzel – Why Are You with Me;
Dan Stuart – Gonna Change;
Jackie DeShannon – The Weight;
Rickie Lee Jones – The Weight;
The Royal Guardsmen – Liberty Vallance;
The Cyrkle – It Doesn’t Matter Anymore;
The Last – Baby It’s You.