Sunday, 19 June 2016

PLAYLIST: Strange Fruit #168

Strange Fruit 168 – 60’s Folk & 70’s Punk
60's Folk & 70's Punk: Two Quite Short Movements that Transformed Music
Featured Albums:                
Bleecker Street: Greenwich Village In The 60's
Anarchy in the UK: 30 Years of Punk
1              Judy Collins: Both Sides Now
2              The Damned: Neat, Neat, Neat
3              The New Christy Minstrels: Green, Green
4              Generation X: Ready Steady Go
5              Donavan: Catch the Wind
6              Jonathan Brooke: Bleecker Street
7              Jules Shear: Darlin' Be Home Soon
8              Penetration: Don't Dictate
9              Peter, Paul & Mary: Leaving on a Jet Plane
10           Chelsea: Right to Work
11           Hamilton Camp: Pride of Man
12           Spizz Energi: Where's Captain Kirk
13           The Vibrators: Automatic Lover
14           Ian & Sylvia: Early Morning Rain
15           The Ruts: In a Rut
16           Riff Raff: I Wanna Be a Cosmonaut
17           Riff Raff: Romford Girls
18           Tim Hardin: How Can We Hang on to a Dream?
19           Slaughter and the Dogs: Cranked Up Really High
20           Simon & Garfunkel: Homeward Bound
21           Stiff Little Fingers: Alternative Ulster
22           Mimi and Richard Farina: House Un-American Blues Activity Dream
23           The Clash: 1977
24           Marshall Crenshaw: My Back Pages
25           John Cale & Suzanne Vega: So Long, Marianne
26           Buzzcocks: What do I Get?
27           Judy Henske: High Flying Bird
28           X Ray Spex: Germ Free Adolescent
29           Alternative TV: How Much Longer?
30           Phil Ochs: I Ain't Marching Anymore
31           UK Subs: Stranglehold
32           Bob Dylan: Desolation Row
33           The Heartbreakers: One Track Mind
34           Simon & Garfunkel: America
35           The Sex Pistols: Pretty Vacant

36           Tim Hardin: Reason to Believe

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