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Spinitron - KDHX: Pop! The Beat Bubble Burst Thu May 17th 2012

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 May 17th 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


The Monkees “Tomorrow's Gonna Be Another Day”
from The Monkees (Colgems 1966)


The Raspberries “TONIGHT”
from Side 3 (CAPITOL 1973)


The PondHawks “Eerie Street”
from Dreaming Over Ireland EP (The PondHawks 2012) N  —Fine EP from this Chicago outfit. http://www.pondhawks.com/


XTC “The Disappointed”
from Nonsuch (Virgin 1992)


Swag “She's Deceiving”
from Catch-All (Yep Roc Records 2001) —Sure wish these guys would do something else together!


The Quags “Dream Song #11”
from Out In the Community (Paisley Pop 2004) —Kwite Kink-esque.


Dave Davies “Creaping Jean”
from Hidden Treasures (Sanctuary 2011) —Nice collection of Dave's solo material done during his time with the Kinks.


The Jags “Evening Standards”
from The Best of The Jags (Spectrum 1999) —A band that was compared to Elvis Costello in the early 80's.


Elvis Costello “Payday”
from Kojak Variety (Warner Bros. 1995) —Written by Jesse Winchester who was born on this day back in 1944.


Taj Mahal “Ain't That A Lot Of Love”
from The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus (ABKCO 1996) —Born on this day back in 1942.


Bonnie Raitt “When The Spell Is Broken”
from Beat The Retreat/Songs by Richard Thompson (CAPITOL 1994) —Bonnie Raitt and Marc Cohn will be sharing the bill at the Pageant tomorrow night.


Marc Cohn “Turn On Your Radio”
from For the Love of Harry: Everybody Sings Nilsson (MusicMasters 2008) —Don't play much of Mr. Cohn's music, but since he'll be in town and since he does this very fine cover of Harry's song...


Yes “Yours Is No Disgrace”
from The Yes Album (Rhino Records 1971) —Happy Birthday Bill Buford, born on this day back in 1949. Send this out to Shipley Kid!


The Brothers Johnson “Hey Jude”
from All This And World War II (Riva 1976) —Nice soulful treatment of the Beatles' classic to start off this week's Beatles Grab-Bag installment. Happy Birthday George Johnson, born on this day back in 1953.


George Harrison “Let It Be Me”
from Early Takes, Vol. 1 (UMe 2012) N  —Wonderful cover of the Everly Brothers classic. I know it's George on all the vocals and I would guess that it's all him on guitars.


Paul McCartney “THE GLORY OF LOVE”
from Kisses on the Bottom (CMG/MPL/Hear Music 2012) N  —I like this album more everytime I play it. Understated and charming.


Paul McCartney “Somebody Who Cares”
from Tug of War (Columbia 1982) —Stanley Clarke on bass on this one. He will be in town next Wednesday at Jazz at the Bistro: http://www.concerts-stlouis.com/ResultsTicket.html?evtid=1718136


Ticket To The Beatles “Who's Gonna Save the Day”
from Single (Ticket To The Beatles) L —This is a St. Louis Beatles Tribute Band. A song written and sung by Wayne Givens. Wayne Givens When: Sat 05/19 12:00pm Where: Kirkwood Station Restaurant & Brewing Company - Kirkwood


Traffic “Utterly Simple”
from Mr. Fantasy (UA 1967) —Happy Birthday Dave Mason, born on this day back in 1946.


Best Coast “Dreaming My Life Away”
from The Only Place (Mexican Summer 2012) N


from Let's Live For Today: The Rokes In English (Rev-Ola 2008) —A British band that relocated to Italy and sung in that language - save for a handful of tracks between '66 and '68. Those tracks were compiled on this somewhat uneven CD - however, some interesting tracks on it nonetheless. Thanks to Joe R. (again) for h


The Rolling Stones “She Smiled Sweetly”
from Between the Buttons (ABKCO 1967) —A much overlooked Stones album from '66 - before they started trying to hard to sound psychedelic.


The Flamin' Groovies “Yeah My Baby”
from Groovies' Greatest Grooves (sire 1989) —From the Stones to Stones disciples. This track sounding like a long lost gems from circa 1965 Rolling Stones.


Little Barrie “Well and Truly Done”
from We Are Little Barrie (Genuine 2005) —I was reminded of Little Barrie by Darren Snow who has been playing a lot from their new CD. Darren is on every Tuesday morning from 7-10am on Rocket 88 on 88.1 KDHX.


Booker T and the MG's “Green Onions”
from Stax 50th Anniversary Celebration (stax) —Today's Music Bed Spotlight features Booker T. & The MG's, whom we've been playing throughout the show in the background during all the breaks. R.I.P. Donald Duck Dunn, bassist extraordinair, dead at the age of 70.

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