Sunday, 25 September 2016


Show 183 – Vintage Psychedelia from the Music City

Spanky and our Gang: And Your Bird Can Sing
EG and Alice: Indian
The Fall:          Just Step Sideways
Network:         Ears of Stone
Be-Bop Deluxe:          Crying to the Sky
Let’s Eat Grandma:    Eat Shiitake Mushrooms
Dylan Carlson:            A Rose in the Heather
Mud:   Flower Power
The Teardrop Explodes:          Colours Fly Away
Discoballs:       Have a Cigar
Eric Gales:       I Want you (She’s so Heavy)
The Electric Screwdriver:       Light my Fire
I Cut People:   All About Crap
Angelo Badelamenti:  Laura Palmer’s Theme
Asschapel:       Carcass Bloody Carcass
Clear Light:     The Susan Years
Marilyn Monroe:         Every Baby Needs a Da-da Daddy
Julien Baker:   Vessels
Katiee:             Atlantic City
Neil Young:    Love and Only Love
Chainsaw Harakiri:     Frag a Fag
The Mad Tea Party:    It’s a Bliss to be Alive
Charley Roman’s Seventh Place:        There’s a Place
Nona Hendryx:           Leaving Here Today

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