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 Nov 17th 2011 5.00am–7.00am
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Manfred Mann “Ragamuffin Man” from Chapter Two: The Best of the Fontana Years (Fontana 1994)Buy it!
Sloan “I've Gotta Know” from The Double Cross (Yep Roc 2011)Buy it!
The Moody Blues “Cities” from Days of Future Passed (Deram 1967)Buy it!
John Lodge “Send Me No Wine” from Moody Bluegrass TWO...Much Love: A Nashville Celebration of The Moody Blues (Bunny Rae Records 2011) —feat. Patty Mitchell, Jan Harvey, David Harvey, Tim May, Andy Hall, Andy Todd, Barry Crabtree & Stuart Duncan. Usually those Bluegrass versions of Rock and Roll are pure novelty, but this one was done quite well.Buy it!
Donovan “Epistle To Dippy” from Troubadour: The Definitive Collection (1964-1976) (EPIC/LEGACY 1992)Buy it!
The Bicycles “Oh Yes, It's Love” from Oh No, It's Love CD ALBUM (fuzzy logic recordings 2008)Buy it!
The Beach Boys “Surf's Up” from The Smile Sessions (CAPITOL 2011) —Love this stuff!Buy it!
The Hudson Brothers “Elevator Operator” from Live At The Chateau 1978 (The Hudson Brothers 1978) —Thanks to C. Dawn for providing this one! Oh, and FYI - this and the next track would be the semi-regular feature we creatively call: Same Title ...Different Song.Buy it!
Gene Clark “Elevator Operator” from Echoes (Sony 1967) —Gene Clark was born on this day back in 1944 in Tipton, MO.Buy it!
The Byrds “Here Without You” from Mr. Tambourine Man (Columbia 1965)Buy it!
Gene Clark “If You Could Read My Mind” from This Byrd Has Flown (Edsel 1995) —Gene Clark covering Gordon Lightfoot.Buy it!
Gordon Lightfoot “For Lovin' Me” from Complete Greatest Hits (Rhino Entertainment 2002) —Born on this day back in 1938 - Gordon Lightfoot.Buy it!
Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons “Dawn (Go Away)” from Anthology (Rhino 1988) —Born on this day back in 1942 - Bob Gaudio, writer of many of the Four Seasons' songs and a member of the band.Buy it!
Dark Ocean Colors “Alone With Candy” from Dark Ocean Colors (Rainbow Quartz 2011) —Sounding very much like Pet Sounds era Beach Boys on this one. Thanks to valis.Buy it!
John Fogerty “WHEN WILL I BE LOVED” from The Blue Ridge Rangers Rides Again (Verve 2009) —Feat. Bruce SpringsteenBuy it!
The Liverpool Five “She's (Got Plenty of Love)” from The Best of Liverpool Five (Sundazed 2008)Buy it!
Blonde On Blonde “ELEANOR RIGBY” from Contrasts (Castle Music 2001) —Prog/psych band from Wales - released in 1969. And, born on this day back in 1953 - Jilly Johnson, vocalist for Blonde on Blonde.Buy it!
Dino, Desi and Billy “Nowhere Man” from Memories Are Made of This (Repris 1966) —Born on this day back in 1953 - Dino Martin Jr.Buy it!
John Lennon “Dear Yoko” from Double Fantasy Stripped Down (CAPITOL 2010) —I prefer this production to the original. Just so much unneccesary gloss on that one.Buy it!
Jethro Tull “Mother Goose” from Aqualung (Chrysalis Records 1971) —Born on this day back in 1946 - Martin Barre, guitarist for JTBuy it!
Nazz “Crowded” from Nazz (ScreenGems 1968) —Born on this day back in 1947 lead vocalist/keyboardist Stewkey (born Robert Antoni).Buy it!
Jayhawks “Angelyne” from Rainy Day Music (American/Lost Highway 2003) —Great show last Thursday at the Pageant.Buy it!
Fleetwood Mac “Think About Me” from Tusk (Warner Bros. 1979)Buy it!
Lindsey Buckingham “Gone Too Far” from Seeds We Sow (Eagle Rock 2011)Buy it!
The Small Faces “Green Circles” from Odds And Mods (Varese 2002)Buy it!
Old Lights “Wilder Honey” from Like Strangers (oldlightsmusic.com 2011) L —With the Fling and Yukon Blonde tonight at Off Broadway. http://offbroadwaystl.com/Buy it!
The Fling “No Sleep” from When The Madhouses Appear (Dangerbird www.dangerbirdrecords.com 2011)Buy it!
The Beau Brummels “Ain'T That Lovin' You Baby” from Introducing the Beau Brummels (Autumn 1965) —These guys were the first American band to really nail the British Invasion sound. Covering a Jimmy Reed song here.Buy it!
Tony Jackson Group “Fortune Teller” from Watch Your Step! The Complete Recordings 1964-1966 (Sanctuary 2004)Buy it!
Fastball “Slow Drag” from All the Pain Money Can Buy (Hollywood www.hollywoodrecords.com 1998)Buy it!
Mudcrutch “June Apple” from Mudcrutch (Reprise 2008) —This week's installment of The Music Bed Spotlight - Tom Petty's new/old band.Buy it!
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