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Spinitron - KDHX: Pop! The Beat Bubble Burst Thu Jan 27th 2011

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Pop! The Beat Bubble Burst (Music)

Pop! The Beat Bubble Burst explores the music of the sixties with an emphasis on British Invasion and Mersey Beat. It then traces those branches to the present day by playing music that echoes the music of the sixties including power pop, jangle pop, pub rock, glitter and glam rock, neo-psychedelia and indie pop.

Thu Jan 27th 2011 5.00am–7.00am

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links

Time zone: central


Dave Clark Five “I Know”
from Try Too Hard (Epic 1966)


Pink Floyd “San Tropez”
from Meddle (Harvest www.harvestrecords.com 1971) —Nick Mason, drummer for Pink Floyd celebrates a birthday today born in 1945


Creation “Making Time”
from Rushmore (Polygram 1999) —From 1966. This features the bass playing of birthday boy, Kim Gardner who was born in 1948.


The Ronettes “Baby I Love You”
from Back to Mono (1958-1969) (ABKCO Records 1991) —Nedra Talley from the Ronettes was born on this day back in 1946 or '47...depending on your source.


Foreign Born “Wait In This Chair”
from Person To Person (Secretly Canadian 2009)


Harry Nilsson “Make Believe”
from A Little Touch Of Schmilsson In The Night [Remaster] (RCA 1973) —A song composed by Jerome Kern who was born on this day back in 1885.


The Beach Boys “Good To My Baby”
from Today! (Stereo) (CAPITOL 1965)


J. Geils Band “Night Time”
from Love Stinks (EMI 1980) —Happy birthday to keyboardist Seth Justman, born in 1951.


Marshall Crenshaw “You're My Favorite Waste of Time”
from The Best of Marshall Crenshaw: This Is Easy (Rhino 1983)


Spencer Davis Group “Dust My Blues”
from Autumn '66 CD Album (Island 1966) —A song written by Robert Johnson, but closely associated with Elmore James - who was born on this day, back in 1918.


The Knack “Maybe Tonight [Previously Unreleased Rehearsal Recording]”
from Get the Knack CD Album (CAPITOL 1979)


Keith Moon “The Kids Are Alright”
from Two Sides Of The Moon (Repertoire 1975) —Feat. Joe Walsh on guitar, Jay Ferguson on keyboards and Flo & Eddie on harmony vocals.


Material Issue “Kim The Waitress”
from Freak City Soundtrack (Mercury 1994) —Orinally done by the Green Pajamas...I need to get my hands of a copy of that verstion!


Fairport Convention “Who Knows Where the Time Goes?”
from Unhalfbricking (Hannibal 1969)


The Who “Tatoo”
from Live At Leeds (Remastered) (Geffen 1995) R  —This goes out to new listener, Steve...welcome aboard!


The Rutles “Blue Suede Schubert”
from The Rutles (Warner Bros. 1978) —I saw it was Schubert's birthday...thought it was Franz Schubert's which I'm guessing is the Schubert of this song, but closer inspection of The Birthdays in music states it was Louis Schubert, not Franz. So, whoever Louis is, it's his birthday today!


The Beatles “Carol”
from Live At The BBC (CAPITOL 1994) —This one sounded pretty good following the Rutles.


The Beatles “You Know My Name (Look Up The Number)”
from Past Masters Vol 1&2 (Apple 2009) R  —I have never played this one on my show. I did however play the Anthology version with the ska bit in it on Tony C's Biddle Street Beat several years ago when I did a show that looked at the influence of black music on The Beatles' music.


The Smithereens “I'll Get You”
from B-Sides The Beatles (Beatles Tribute Album) (KOCH Records 2008) —I'm looking forward to seeing Pat DiNizio who will be at a sold-out house concert on Saturday.


The Smithereens “One After 909”
from Attack of The Smithereens (CAPITOL 1995)


The Essex Green “Southern States”
from The Long Goodbye (Merge Records 2003)


Peter Holsapple & Chris Stamey “Santa Monica”
from Here and Now (Bar/None Records www.bar-none.com 2009) —Peter & Gordon followed by Peter & Chris...or is it Holsapple & Stamey preceded by Asher & Waller?


Owsley “Coming Up Roses”
from Owsley (Giant 1999) —I didn't realize that, sadly, Will Owsley took his life last April at the age of 44.


The Raveonettes “Sleepwalking”
from Pretty In Black (Columbia 2005)


Parthenon Huxley “Buddha, Buddha”
from Sunny Nights (Columbia 1988)


Findlay Brown “Come Home”
from Separated By the Sea (Peacefrog 2006)


The Beau Brummels “Hey Love”
from San Fran Sessions (Sundazed 1996) —Recorded in 1964 and 1965.

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