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Spinitron - KDHX: Pop! The Beat Bubble Burst Thu Feb 23rd 2012

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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 Feb 23rd 2012 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


Sam Cooke “A Change Is Gonna Come”
from Ain't That Good News (Remastered) (ABKCO 2003) —It's week four of P!TBBB's 4th Annual Black History Month Celebration. This episode we go to the source. Original versions of songs I played during week 2 and 3. Played Three Dog Night's version two weeks ago. (1964)


Sonny Boy Williamson I “Good Morning Little School Girl”
from The Blues: A Smithsonian Collection Of Classic Blues Singers (Sony 1993) —Played The Yardbirds' version of this two weeks ago. (1963)


Arthur Alexander “The Girl That Radiates That Charm”
from A Shot Of Rhythm And Soul (Ace 1982) —Played a version of this one two weeks ago by The Belairs. (1960)


Brenda Holloway “Every Little Bit Hurts”
from Every Little Bit Hurts (LP) (Motown 1964) —The Small Faces' cover of this one was also played two weeks ago. (1964)


Rita Wright “I Can't Give Back the Love I Feel For You”
from The Complete Motown Singles - Vol. 8: 1968 (Hip-O Select Retail (MT) 2007) —Last week I played Dusty Springfields cover of this one. (1968)


Jimmy Reed “Big Boss Man”
from The Essential Boss Man - The Very Best Of The Vee - Jay Years 1953 - 1966 (Charly/Snapper 2004) —We heard the Pretty Things' cover of this one two weeks ago. (1960)


Maxine Brown “Oh No, Not My Baby”
from Spotlight On Maxine Brown (WAND 1965) —Rod Stewart's version was played last week. (1964)


Bobby "Blue" Bland “Further Up The Road”
from This Is Bobby Blue Bland (Secret Records Limited 2009) —Last week The Band with Eric Clapton's version was played. (1956)


Muddy Waters “I Want To Be Loved”
from One More Mile Single (Chess 1991) —Two weeks ago The Rolling Stones' cover of this was was played. (1957)


Marv Johnson “Come On And Stop”
from Bert Berns Story (Goldenlane Records 2009) —Tony Jackson Group's version was played two weeks ago. (1963)


The Ribbons “Ain't Gonna Kiss Ya”
from Girl Group Sounds Lost & Found: One Kiss Can Lead To Another (Rhino 2005) —Last week the verson of this track by The Searchers was played. (1963)


The Marvelettes “I'll Keep Holding On”
from The Ultimate Collection: The Marvelettes (Motown 1998) —Two weeks ago I played a version of this song by a band called The Action. (1965)


Blind Boy Fuller “Step It Up And Go”
from The Early Blues Roots of Bob Dylan (Complete Blues 2007) —Dylan's version was played last week. (1940)


The Velvelettes “Needle In A Haystack”
from The Best Of The Velvelettes (Spectrum 2001) —A band from Australia, the Twilights had their version of this song played two weeks ago. (1964)


Sam Cooke “You Send Me”
from The Man and his Music (RCA 1986) —The Steve Miller Band's versoin of this was spun two weeks ago during week two of our Black History Month Celebration. (1962)


Earl-Jean “I'm Into Something Good”
from Girls Of Doo Wop Rock & Roll Vol 1 (Ling Music Group 2009) —Herman's Hermits had a big hit with this one. I played it last week. (1964)


Barbara Lewis “Don't Forget About Me”
from Essential Soul Masters (Classic Music International 2011) —The American Breeds' cover of this one was played last week (1966)


Bo Diddley “Cadillac”
from Bo Diddley Is A Gunslinger (Chess 1988) —The Kinks tried on the Diddley Beat for size with their cover of this one, which was played two weeks ago. (1959)


Little Richard “Lucille”
from The Georgia Peach (Specialty 1991) —A band out of Central Illinois, Kool Ray & The Polaroidz had their cover of this Little Richard track played on the show last week. (1957)


Chuck Berry “You Can't Catch Me”
from The Great Twenty - Eight (MCA 1984) —A garage band by the name of The Fugitives had this one played on the show last week. (1956)


Fats Waller “I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself a Letter”
from Ain't Misbehavin' (RCA Victor 1956) —This song is also the lead off track to Paul McCartney's new record. I played that cover last week during The Beatles Grab-Bag portion of the show. (1935)


George Harrison “Pure Smokey”
from Thirty Three & 1/3 [Bonus Tracks] (Dark Horse 2004) —I'm playing this because it was Smokey Robinson's birthday last Sunday, and would have been George Harrison's birthday this coming Saturday. (1976)


Bessie Smith “Mama's Got The Blues”
from Blues Queen Classics Vol. 1 (Alluring Records LLC 1930) —Basically the same song - "Worried Life Blues" - was played by last week on the show by The Blues Magoos. (1923)


Big Joe Williams “Baby Please Don't Go”
from Absolutly The Best (Fuel 2000 www.fuel2000.com) —Two weeks ago I played a version of this song (which was pretty much a copy of the version done by Them) by Tony Lane & The Fabulous Spades. (1935)


Robert Johnson “I Believe I'll Dust My Broom”
from The Complete Blues Collection (Robert Johnson 2011) —Two weeks ago I played "Dust My Blues" by The Spencer Davis Group. (1936)


Howlin' Wolf “Smokestack Lightnin’”
from 48 Blues Classics By Howlin' Wolf (Rendez-Vous Digital 2011) —Two weeks previous I played Manfred Mann's version of this blues classic. (1956)


The Contours “Do You Love Me”
from Mojo Presents: Motown Nuggets (Mojo 2008) —Faron' Flamingos' version of this track was spun two weeks ago. (1962)


Dee Dee Warwick “You're No Good”
from One Kiss Can Lead to Another: Girl Group Sounds, Lost & Found (Rhino 2005) —I played a cover of this by the Swinging Blue Jeans last week. (1963)


MARY WELLS “Bye Bye Baby (Single Version)”
from Girl Group Sounds Lost & Found: One Kiss Can Lead To Another (Rhino 2005) —Another Tony Jackson cover was played - this one last week. (1960)


Eddie Holland “Leaving Here”
from Mojo Presents: Motown Nuggets (Mojo 2008) —The High Numbers' (a.k.a. The Who) cover version of this one was on last week's episode. (1963)


The Coasters “I'm A Hog For You”
from 50 Coastin' Classics (Rhino 1992) —Erkey Grant & the Eerwigs' had their version played on the show two weeks ago. (1959)


Slim Harpo “Shake Your Hips”
from The Best of Slim Harpo (Rhino 1968) —Joan Osborne has a version of this on her new album of Blues Covers which I played last week. (1966)


Booker T. & The MG's “Outrage”
from The Complete Stax/Volt Singles (Atlantic unk 1991) —Closed the show with Georgie Fame & the Blue Flames' version of this track two weeks ago. (1965)

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