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 Jun 21st 2012 5.00am–7.00am
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Dwight Twilley Band “You Were So Warm” from Sincerely (RIGHT STUFF 1976)Buy it!
Wayne Givens “Pop! The Beat Bubble Burst Theme” from Single (Wayne Givens 2012) LBuy it!
The Who “happy jack (alternate)” from A Quick One (Happy Jack) [Remastered] (Geffen* 1995)Buy it!
Stereo Rookie “Kneepads and Listerine” from Something For Everybody (Paisley Pop 2005)Buy it!
The Idle Race “Sitting In My Tree” from Back To The Story (Zonophone 2007) —Doing a little ska on this number.Buy it!
The Manish Boys “Take My Tip” from David Bowie: Early On (1964-1966) (Rhino 1965)Buy it!
The Beat Rats “No Good At Love” from A Cellar Full Of Rats (Kool Kat Musik 2009)Buy it!
The Posies “Enewetak (feat. Paco Loco)” from Blood/Candy (Ryko 2010)Buy it!
The Smithereens “As Long As You Are Near Me” from 2011 (E1 Music www.e1entertainment.com 2011)Buy it!
The Merry-Go-Round “Had To Run Around” from Listen, Listen - Definitive Collection - Remaster (Rev-Ola 2005)Buy it!
Lon and Derrek Van Eaton “Sunshine” from Brother (Apple 1972)Buy it!
The Kinks “Everybody's Gonna Be Happy” from Kink-Size/Kinkdom (Pye 1965) —Happy Birthday Ray Davies, born on this day back in 1944Buy it!
The Kinks “Better Things” from Give The People What They Want (Arista 1981)Buy it!
Ray Davies “Waterloo Sunset (with Jackson Brown)” from See My Friends (Decca 2011)Buy it!
Badfinger “Sweet Tuesday Morning” from BBC In Concert (Strange Fruit 1997) —Recorded in 1972 at the Paris Theatre in London. Happy Birthday Joey, born on this day back in 1948Buy it!
Badfinger “Love Is Gonna Come At Last (LP Version)” from Airwaves (Ekektra 1979)Buy it!
Joey Molland's Badfinger “Happy” from Timeless (Crosstown 1996)Buy it!
Leo Sayer “LET IT BE” from All This And World War II (20th Century 1976) —To start off this week's Beatles' Grab-Bag. Four birthdays. Happy Birthday to Leo Sayer, born on this day back in 1948.Buy it!
Aerosmith featuring Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars “Give Peace a Chance (Featuring Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars)” from Instant Karma: The Amnesty International Campaign to Save Darfur (Warner Bros. 2007) —Happy Birthday to Joey Kramer from Aerosmith, born on this day back in 1950.Buy it!
Kathy Mattea “I WILL” from Shared Vision: The Songs of The Beatles (Mercury 1994) —Happy Birthday Kathy Mattea, born on this day back in 1959.Buy it!
Nils Lofgren “Anytime At All” from Night Fades Away (MCA 1981) —Happy Birthday Nils Lofgren, born on this day back in 1951.Buy it!
Nils Lofgren “Cry Just a Little (Live Acoustic Version)” from The Bridge School Concerts - 25th Anniversary Edition (Reprise 2011)Buy it!
Jack Bruce “Never Tell Your Mother She's Out of Tune” from Songs For A Tailor (Polydor 1969) —Featuring drummer, Joe Hiseman who was born on this day back in 1944.Buy it!
The Slingsby Hornets “Yesterday Once More” from Borrowed And Blue (Expedition Hot Dog 2012) N Buy it!
The Troggs “I Can Only Give You Everything” from Archeology (1966-1976) (Polygram/Chronicles 1992) —Trogg's guitarist, Chris Britton was born on this day back in 1945.Buy it!
The Chocolate Watchband “I Ain't no Miracle Worker” from Inner Mystique (Geffen unk 2010)Buy it!
Pugwash “I Want You Back In My Life (For Mam)” from Jollity (1969 2007)Buy it!
Middle Class Fashion “Griffin” from Girl Talk (Blip Blap! 2012) N LBuy it!
Brenda Holloway “Every Little Bit Hurts” from Girl Group Sounds Lost & Found: One Kiss Leads to Another (Rhino 2005) —Happy Birthday Breda, born on this day back in 1946.Buy it!
Paul Weller “Birthday” from Sonik Kicks (Island 2012) N —Usually I only celebrate birthdays on the days they fall - but since it was Paul McCartney's 70th last Monday and since Paul Weller went to the trouble to record it and release it on that some day, the least I could do is play it!Buy it!
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