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Spinitron - KDHX: Pop! The Beat Bubble Burst Thu Dec 8th 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 Dec 8th 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


The Yardbirds “Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Sailor (2002 Stereo Mix)”
from Little Games (Remastered) (Parlophone 2003) —Originally released in '67.


Roxy Music “Over You”
from The Best of Roxy Music (Virgin 2001) —Another installment of "Same Title...Different Song". Couldn't really get much differenter than this one. Differenter, that's a word right? Anyway, this was first put out in 1980.


Freddie & The Dreamers “Over You”
from The Ultimate Collection (EMI 2000) —A single that charted at #13 in the UK back in 1964. However, was not released here in the states. It's on just about every best of compilation though.


Buzzcocks “Everybody's Happy Nowadays (1989 Remastered)”
from Product (EMI UK 1989)


The Hollies “Signs That Will Never Change (2003 Remaster)”
from The Long Road Home 1963-2003 - 40th Anniversary Collection (EMI UK 2003) —Drummer Bobby Elliot was born on this day back in 1942. This song was originally released on the 1967 Evolution album.


The Doors “Roadhouse Blues [live]”
from The Doors: An Oliver Stone Film Original Soundtrack Recording (Ekektra 1991) —Jim Morrison was born on this day back in 1943.


The Marmalade “Reflections Of My Life”
from Reflections of My Life (Hallmark U.K. 1970) —Graham Knight was born on this day back in 1946.


The Blues Magoos “One By One”
from Kaliedescope Compendium - The Best of the Blues Magoos (Mercury 1992) —Geoff Daking was born on this day back in 1947.


The Allman Brothers “One Way Out”
from Eat A Peach (Polygram 1972) —Gregg Allman was born on this day back in 1947.


The Sun Sawed in 1/2 “Janet Greene”
from Mind Flip (Beehive 1995)


The Rolling Stones “Before They Make Me Run”
from Some Girls (Polydor 1978)


Beagle “Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes)”
from Right To Chews: Bubblegum Classics Revisited (Not Lame 2002)


Elton John “Empty Garden (Hey Hey Johnny)”
from Elton John: Greatest Hits 1976-1986 (Island / Mercury 2002) —It was 31 years ago on this day that John Lennon died. The rest of the show will pay tribute to John.


Elliott Smith “Because”
from American Beauty (Universal 1999)


Harry Nilsson “Isolation”
from One: The Best of Nilsson (Music Club Deluxe 2008)


Billy Preston “Eight Days A Week”
from The Gold Standard Series Pop Classics - Billy Preston (J2Global 2011) —From 1965.


Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas “I Call Your Name (Mono) (1998 Digital Remaster)”
from Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas: The Best of the EMI Years (EMI UK 1991) —From 1963, according to allmusic guide, which would predate the Beatles' version of this one.


The Silkie “You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away”
from Golden Moments (Gold 2010) —Charting at #10 on Billboard's hot 100 in October of 1965.


Chris Stamey “Instant Karma”
from Instant Excitement (Coyote 1985)


Todd Rundgren “Strawberry Fields Forever”
from Faithful (bearsville 1976)


Harry Nilsson “Mucho Mungo/Mt. Elga”
from Pussycats (RCA 1974)


Ringo Starr “Imagine Me There”
from Ringorama (KOCH Records 2003)


George Harrison “All Those Years Ago”
from Live In Japan (Dark Horse)


Paul McCartney “Here Today”
from Tug of War (Columbia 1982)


John Lennon “I Know (I Know)”
from Mind Games (Apple 1973)


The Beatles “A Day In The Life”
from Acetates (Yellow Dog 1991)

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