Coming back to us, today we bring you Zvonka Obajdin and Svemir with a live in the studio cover of Neil Young, along with Plastic Pals from Sweden with a truly catchy new single. We introduce more catchiness from Dumb Punts over in Australia and Spyrals from California. Over from the Iberian peninsula we check out Ded Routines from Spain and D3O from Portugal with a killer cover from Dead Moon. This episode goes form Spencer Davis and Ken Hensley who left this godforsaken world recently.
Kinks – This Is Where I Belong;
Dumb Punts – Up All Night;
The Spyrals – Goodbye;
Motorpsycho – The All Is One;
The Plastic Pals – More than an icon;
Svemir – Motion Pictures;
Neil Young – Motion Pictures;
The Spencer Davis Group – Morning Sun;
The Spencer Davis Group – Time Seller;
The Gods – Long Time, Sad Time, Bad Time;
The Gods – Maria;
Percewood’s Onagram – Braindrops Won’t Kill The Fire;
Ded Routines – Not available blues;
D3O – Unknown Passage;
Dead Moon – Unknown Passage.
Melancholic new summer episode today features new music from Eamon McGrath from Canada, Ethan Daniel Davidson from Detroit, and Plastic Pals from Sweden. We also feature Marshall Chapman from Spartanburg, SC, Loose Koozies from Detroit, Ben de la Cour from Nashville, Warmer from Idaho, Heather Anne Lomax from LA, Courtney Marie Andrews from Phoenix and Trixie and The Trainwrecks from Berlin Germany. Give it a shot!
Czeslaw Niemen & Akwarele – Gdzie To Jest;
The Plastic Pals – Hangin’ in the Louvre;
Marshall Chapman – Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow;
Sylvia Rose Novak – Dry;
Neil Young and The Crazy Horse – Powderfinger;
Loose Koozies – Easy When You Know How;
Ben de la Cour – Harmless Indian Medicine Blues;
Morphine – Thursday;
Mark Lanegan – Stockholm City Blues;
Little Albert – Blues Asteroid;
Ethan Daniel Davidson – Death Don’t Have No Mercy;
Eamon McGrath – Sign of the Times;
Swampmeat Family Band – Be Here To Love Me;
Warmer – Fishes Swim and Corals Grow;
Heather Anne Lomax – Better Luck;
Jim Capaldi – Boy With A Problem;
Courtney Marie Andrews- Old Flowers;
Trixie and The Trainwrecks – Summertime;
Big Brother And The Holding Company – Summertime.
Today we start with Stuart Turner and his Flat Earth Society, all the way from the musically rich Medway area in UK. Pedaljets come from Kansas City, Danny McDonald from Melbourne and The Berries from Seattle, WA. Those our new introductions this week and Berries have a killer new LP. We are also listening to new albums from Andy Gabbard and Lilly Hiatt. Plastic Pals from Sweden are back with their new single. Check out the recent recording of Yawpers live in Cleveland. This show is dedicated to Yugoslavian singer Zdenka VuÄkoviÄ‡ who passed away on March 8 this year.
Bob Dylan – This Wheel’s On Fire;
Stuart Turner And The Flat Earth Society – Kisses Are Keys;
Pedaljets – Down Town;
Trotsky Icepick – I Haunted Myself;
Stan McMahon – Have You Heard The Word_;
The Berries – Passing Scene;
The Plastic Pals – Plastic Pal;
Gretchen’s Wheel – The Last Balloon;
The Yawpers – (Live in CLE);
Danny McDonald – Commuter’s Lament;
Andy Gabbard – Fight To Live;
Andy Gabbard – This Wheelâ€™s On Fire;
Julian Cope – That Ain’t No Way to Make a Million;
Aubrey Sellers – Troublemaker;
Lilly Hiatt – P-Town;
Zdenka VuÄkoviÄ‡ – You don’t have to say you love me;
Byrds – This Wheel’s On Fire.
We start off rocking out to the new band from Japan called The Novice. They have a new single out on Dirtnap Records. Then we move on to an old Kansas power pop band called The Tunes. Their material is recently reissued on an LP called Love Uncool on Cheap Rewards. Plastic Pals from Sweden have an excellent new single and Pat Todd of the Lazy Cowgirls fame is back with the new band called The Rankoutsiders and the album 14th and Nowhere is a sweaty rock’n’roll record. We have some news from The Gories headquarters. Their old bootleg The Shaw Tapes saw a proper release on Third Man Records and their guitar player Dan Kroha has a new band Danny and The Darleans. We also have some news from the Yugosphere. Partibrejkers from Belgrade are back with the new single and Overflow from Koprivnica have a new record which features Mihovil Pavlek MiÅ¡kina’s. MiÅ¡kina was killed in a concentration camp 70 years ago. Jimmy Haber is a new name from the power-pop scene in Australia. His new album New Bondi Hippies has some catchy tunes spiced up with politically conscientious lyrics. Doug Paisley is a singer songwriter from Canada. A lot of people talk about him these days. What I find particularly interesting is that he pulled out of darkness reclusive Canadian singer Mary Margaret O’Hara who has a significant space on his new record. She had a landmark album back in the 80s called Miss America.
In our Live in Cleveland segment, we have two songs recorded at the Cleveland club Happy Dog. It’s one of my favorite places to go out to. They have an excellent assortment of hot dogs with rich sides and live music few times a week. The segment goes out to Sean Kilbane, founder of this club, who tragically passed away recently.
The Goldebriars – No More Auction Block;
The Novice – What You Want;
The Tunes – Love Uncool;
The Fuzz – Merry-Go-Round;
The Plastic Pals – The final remedy;
Pat Todd and The Rankoutsiders – Back to the Wind;
Lazy Cowgirls – Anymore;
Pierced Arrows – Frankenstein (Live in CLE);
Bill Fox – These Men Are Guilty of Crimes (Live in CLE);
Albert Collins – Avalanche (Blues Alphabet);
The Gories – Nautiloid Reef;
Danny And The Darleans – Can’t Kill the Rooster;
Partibrejkers – Sitna lova;
Overflow – Pjesma medjimurskog zlatara;
Jimmy Haber – Worlds On Fire;
Doug Paisley and Mary Margaret O’Hara – What’s Up Is Down;
Mary Margaret O’Hara – Dear Darling.