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Flashlite #495

Janiece GonzalezToday we check out the new music from Don Howland (ex Gibson Bros and Bassholes), and Purling Hiss (out of Philadelphia). Howlin Rain also have a new album and they also visited Cleveland on their latest tour, so we also hear them in our Live in Cleveland segment. We also introduce Tiger Touch from Portland OR, Wild Eyes from San Francisco CA, Nude Party from Boone NC, and Wild Honey from Baltimore. No No Instigator from Croatia make a tribute to a great Yugoslav movie Dečko koji obećava.

Schizophonics – World Of Our Own;
Tiger Touch – Every Action;
Wild Eyes – Amnesia;
Purling Hiss – Everybody In the USA;
Purling Hiss – Walkin’ with Jesus;
Nude Party – Feels Alright;
Howlin Rain (Live in CLE);
Howlin Rain – Rainbow Trout;
Don Howland – Buckeye Jim;
Bassholes – Broke Down Engine;
VIS Dobri Dečaci – Balda o tvrdim sisama;
No No Instigator – Dečko koji obećava;
Wild Honey – This Fire.

Flashlite #315

Tim Lee and Susan BauerWe have some nice new projects for the familiar faces at The Little Lighthouse. Jeffrey Evans (68 Comeback, Gibson Bros) plays with Ross Johnson (Panther Burns) occasional gigs in Memphis and now an album of a set they recorded back in 2008 with Jim Dickinson is finally out on a disc. Robert Pollard gathered some old Dayton friends and formed a new band called Ricked Wicky (actually the name of one of his first bands). Tim Lee and Susan Bauer celebrate a 33rd and 1/3 anniversary with an LP of the same title. We introduce some new names in this show this time: Germ House from New Mexico, Two Gallants from San Francisco and The New Piccadillys who play Mersey beat versions of well rock’n’roll standards (mostly!).

Tim Hardin – Once-Touched By Flame 1;
68 Comeback – Chantilly Rock (And A Pony’s Tail);
Ross Johnson and Jeffrey Evans – Dateless Night;
The Strungs – Closing Speed;
Ricked Wicky – Frenzy of Blame;
Germ House – I Can’t Stand Neon;
Turf War – Where I Belong (Live in CLE);
The Windbreakers – Again;
Tim Lee 3 – (Let’s Do) Something Stupid;
Two Gallants – My Man Go;
Rod Stewart – Gasoline Alley;
Koko Taylor – Wang Dang Doodle;
The New Piccadillys – Voodoo Chile;
Jimi Hendrix – Blues – Voodoo Chile Blues;
Stop – Voodoo Chile;
Tim Hardin – Once-Touched By Flame 2.

Flashlite #101

John Wesley ColemanUK label Acid Jazz has started re-issuing rare ep records and demos of the garage rock legends from England. In today’s show we represent two of those eps, both dealing with the past of Small Faces – Ian McLagan’s Muleskinners and Steve Marriot’s early solo work. Another cool reissue is the legendary Gibson Bros. LP from 1986 Build A Raft together with a busload of extras. Loretta Lynn has a new tribute album that gathered a mottle crew of artists. Logically, the tribute’s title is Coal Miner’s Daughter. Our good friends from the early days of the show, San Francisco duet ing, is back after a few years of silence with a luxurious CD/DVD release of Dial which is a musical that in parts deals with a loss of Mark Smotroff’s life partner Jack. John Wesley Coleman, a singer-songwriter from Austin is busy lately with putting out albums quite frequently. This time we listen to a track from his latest album Bad Lady Goes To Jail. And we also have one brand new band today, they are very loud and their name is Bottle Up And Go. So let’s go!

Iron City Houserockers – Rock-ola;
John Wesley Coleman – Bad Lady Goes To Jail;
John Wesley Coleman – Liquor Store;
Steve Wynn And The Miracle 3 – We Don’t Talk About It;
Steve Marriot – Money Money;
The Muleskinners – Need Your Lovin;
Eamon McGrath – Land of Dogs;
The Bevis Frond – The Daily Round;
The White Stripes – Rated X;
Black Dub – Surely;
Trixie Whitley and Daniel Lanois – Surely;
Bottle Up And Go – These Bones;
Gibson Bros. – 16 Tons;
Vanilla Fudge – Take Me For A Little While;
ing – Springfiled Avenue;
ing (with special friends) – Drop;
Mike Watt – Hollowed Out-Man.