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Flashlite #469

Emma DeCorsey of I Am The Polish ArmyTy Segall is back with the new double LP, and it sounds like he surpassed his last year’s self titled record. Lots of good music on this one. Heron Oblivion have a new album out, which was recorded live in San Francisco last year. Thee Fine Lines from Springfield, MO and our local darlings, Archie and The Bunkers are also back. Also from Cleveland, we have the new band for David Petrovich, who Clevelanders know as a charismatic guy selling second hand junk in the basement of Beachland. The new band is called Black Tights. We also have them in our live in CLE block. We also introduce Robyn Gibson from UK who keeps cranking excellent home made covers of power pop hits. Another band that we hear here for the first time is The Cold Still from Canada. The biggest thing in today show is the new band that we play for the first time at the show. They come from Brooklyn and their name is I Am The Polish Army. Today’s show is dedicated to the South African trumpet player Hugh Masekela who passed away last week.

John Wesley Coleman III – Trans-Am Summer Blues;
Thee Fine Lines – Lost Its Charm;
Ty Segall & Freedom Band – She;
CFM – Pinch the Dream;
David Nance – Wallflower;
Heron Oblvion – Crossroads (Doug Sahm cover);
Sir Douglas Quintet – At The Crossroads;
Black Tights (Live in CLE);
Black Tights – Raw Data;
The Cold Still – Black Tights;
Patti Smith – So You Want To Be (A Rock ‘n’ Roll Star);
Byrds – So You Want To Be A Rock ‘N’ Roll Star;
Robyn Gibson – 5D;
Last Leaves – Something Falls;
Glass Eye – Lake Of The Moon;
I Am The Polish Army – Dead Cat;
Archie And The Bunkers – Looking.