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 Oct 18th 2012 5.00am–7.00am
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Tony Jackson Group “You're My Number One” from Watch Your Step : The Complete Recordings 1964-1966 (Castle 2004)Buy it!
Wayne Givens “Pop! The Beat Bubble Burst Theme” from Single (Wayne Givens 2012) LBuy it!
Wayne Givens Band “Don't You Think It's Time [live]” from Live At KDHX (KDHX www.kdhx.org 2009) L —Wayne will be at the Kirkwood Brewing Company on the patio at 12pm Oct 20.Buy it!
Don Dixon “Dynamite” from Stand-Ins For deciBels: A Tribute To The dB's (Paisley Pop 2005)Buy it!
The Sound Magics “Don't You Remember?” from Nuggets II: Original Artyfacts From The British Empire and Beyond (Rhino 2001)Buy it!
Them “(Get Your Kicks On) Road 66” from The Story Of Them Featuring Van Morrison (Decca 1997) —Robert William "Bobby" Troup Jr. (October 18, 1918 - February 7, 1999) was an American actor, jazz pianist and songwriter. He is best known for writing the popular standard "(Get Your Kicks On) Route 66", and for his role as Dr. Joe Early, the more calm,Buy it!
The Animals “The Girl Can't Help It” from The Animals Are Back Again - The Complete Animals (EMI UK 1990)Buy it!
Stealers Wheel “Everyone's Agreed That Everything Will Turn Out Fine” from Clowns to the Left, Jokers to the Right: 1970-1982 (Raven 1995) —Happy Birthday to Joe Egan, the guy in Stealers Wheel who wasn't Gerry Rafferty. Born on this day in 1949.Buy it!
Johnny Cash “Southern Accents” from Unchained (American 1996) —Petty Cash, a Johnny Cash and Tom Petty cover band will be playing at Kirkwood Brewing Company on Oct. 19. Here's a song that they should do, if they don't already, Johnny Cash covering Tom Petty with Petty and his Heartbreakers backing him up.Buy it!
Tom Petty “Feel A Whole Lot Better” from Full Moon Fever (MCA 1989)Buy it!
The Byrds “My Back Pages (alternate version)” from Younger Than Yesterday (Columbia 1967)Buy it!
The Association “What Were the Words” from Just The Right Sound (Rhino 2002) —1943 - Russ Giguere, Portsmouth NH, rock guitarist/vocalist (Association)Buy it!
The Kinks “Dandy” from Face to Face (Bonus Track Edition) (Sanctuary Records Group Ltd. 1998)Buy it!
The Neon Philharmonic “Morning Girl” from The Moth Confesses (Warner Bros. www.warnerbrosrecords.com 1969) R Buy it!
Holly Golightly “Tell Me Now So I Know” from Mojo Presents: The Modern Genius of Ray Davies (Mojo) —Oct 19at FirebirdBuy it!
The Kinks “Beautiful Delilah” from You Really Got Me (LP) (Reprise 1964) —The first of a whole bunch of Chuck Berry songs. It's his birthday today born on this day back in 1926.Buy it!
The Rolling Stones “CAROL” from The Rolling Stones (Decca 1964)Buy it!
Paul Revere and The Raiders “Maybelline” from The Legend Of Paul Revere (Columbia 1990)Buy it!
John Lennon “You Can't Catch Me” from Rock 'N' Roll (Apple 1975) —One featuring John...Buy it!
Paul McCartney “Brown-Eyed Handsome Man” from Run Devil Run (CAPITOL 1999) —One featuring Paul...Buy it!
The Beatles “Roll Over Beethoven” from Live At The Hollywood Bowl (CAPITOL 1977) —George...Buy it!
Jerry Lee Lewis with Ringo Starr “Sweet Little Sixteen” from Last Man Standing (Shangri-La Music 2006) —and Ringo!Buy it!
The Liverbirds “Around And Around” from From Merseyside to Hamburg: The Complete Star-Club Recordings (Big Beat rhino.com 2010)Buy it!
The Hollies “Memphis” from Stay With The Hollies (EMI 2009)Buy it!
Gerry and the Pacemakers “Reelin' And A Rockin'” from You'll Never Walk Again: The EMI Years 1963-1966) (EMI 2000)Buy it!
The Flaming Groovies “Don't You Lie To Me” from Shake Some Action (Aim 1995)Buy it!
Fairport Convention “Sweet Little Rock 'N' Roller” from Richard Thompson (Guitar, Vocal) (Hannibal 1976)Buy it!
The Bunch “Nadine” from Rock On (Hannibal 1972)Buy it!
Cliff Bennett & the Rebel Rousers “Johnny B Goode (Stereo)” from Into Our Lives (The EMI Years 1961-1969) (EMI 2009) —They have this listed on the album as "Johnny B. Goode", it is however "Bye Bye Johnny"Buy it!
The Remains “I'm Talking About You” from The Remains (Epic 1966)Buy it!
Chuck Berry “PROMISED LAND” from The Anthology (MCA / Chess 2000) L —One from the Birthday Boy himselfBuy it!
The Yardbirds “Jeff's Boogie” from The Yardbirds Ultimate! (Rhino 2001) —They call it "Jeff's Boggie", but it's Chuck's "Guitar Boogie"Buy it!
Chuck Berry “Guitar Boogie” from The Anthology (MCA / Chess 2000) L —Hear for yourself!Buy it!
Chuck Berry “No Money Down” from Anthology (MCA 2000)Buy it!
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