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Spinitron - KDHX: Pop! The Beat Bubble Burst Thu May 5th 2011

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 5th 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 “Jeff's Boogie” from The Yardbirds Ultimate! (Rhino 2001)Buy it!


The New Pornographers “Your Hands (Together)” from Together CD ALBUM (Matador 2010)Buy it!


The Len Price 3 “Lai-Ha Lam” from Chinese Burn (Laughing Outlaw 2007)Buy it!


Ray Davies & Jackson Browne “Waterloo Sunset” from See My Friends (Universal Music TV Campaign Division 2010)Buy it!


Robert Plant “You Can't Buy My Love (radio edit)” from You Can't Buy My Love CD single (Rounder www.rounder.com 2010)Buy it!


Listen “Everybody's Gonna Say” from single (CBS 1966R  —I got a request last week for some Led Zeppelin - hope this fits the bill. Robert Plant pre-Led Zep. The flipside to their "You Better Run" singleBuy it!


Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart “Girl, I'm Out To Get You” from Test Patterns (A&M 1967)Buy it!


10Cc “I'm Not In Love” from The Original Soundtrack (Mercury 1975)Buy it!


Schuman The Human “Marlena's Game” from Showtime For Schuman (Ugly Nephew 2007)Buy it!


The Electric Prunes “I Had To Much To Dream (Last Night)” from I Had Too Much To Dream (Last Night) (Reprise 2005) —From 1967Buy it!


The Clique “Superman (Single Version)” from The Clique (White Whale 1969)Buy it!


The Animals “Bury My Body” from The Complete Animals CD COMP (EMI 1990R Buy it!


Eric Burdon & The Animals “Don't Bring Me Down” from The Best Of Eric Burdon & The Animals (1966-1968) (Polydor 1967R  —Eric Burdon born on this day in 1940Buy it!


The Shadows “The Frightened City” from Shadows Are Go! (Scamp 1996)Buy it!


Edward O'Connell “I Heard It Go” from Our Little Secret (Edward O'Connell 2010)Buy it!


Paul McCartney and Elvis Costello “You Want Her Too” from The McCartney/MacManus Collaboration (VigOtone 1989)Buy it!


George Harrison “All Those Years Ago” from Sometime In England (Dark Horse 2004) —Originally from 1981. And features Paul, Linda and Ringo assisting George on a song that he originally wrote for Ringo - he then reworked it as a tribute to John LennonBuy it!


Ian McCulloch “Jealous Guy” from Uncut: Instant Karma 2002 - A Tribute To John Lennon (Uncut 1990) —Ian McCullough from Echo & The Bunnymen celebrates a birthday today born in 1959Buy it!


Mink Deville “Spanish Stroll” from Best Of The Seventies (EMI 2000) —Louis Cortelezzi from Mink Deville is celebrating a birthday today. (1952)Buy it!


Karate Bikini “Spoken Like A True Sunday Night” from A Demonstration (ep) (self-released 2010LBuy it!


Roger McGuinn “Someone to Love” from Back from Rio (Arista 1990)Buy it!


The Turtles “You Showed Me” from The Story of Rock 'n Roll: 30 Years of Rock 'n Roll (Laserlight 1995) —Written by Gene Clark and Roger McGuinn. It topped out at #6 on the charts. I played a cover version last week of this by the Watson TwinsBuy it!


Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers “Strangered In The Night” from Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers (MCA 1976) —Does this sound an awful lot like Dwight Twilley's "I'm On Fire" or what?Buy it!


Jellyfish “Calling Sarah” from Bellybutton (Charisma 1990)Buy it!


Roy Orbison “(All I Can Do Is) Dream You” from Mystery Girl (Virgin 1989) —This one was co-written by Billy Burnette who is celebrating a birthday today in 1953. As I peruse the internet, I see that my source was off by just a few days. His birthday seems to actually be May 8. Happy early birthday Billy!Buy it!


The Walker Brothers “My Love Is Growing” from Anthology (One Way 1995)Buy it!


The Youngbloods “Tears Are Falling” from The Youngbloods (RCA Victor 1967)Buy it!


Bennie Smith And The Urban Blues Express “Viva Rock & Roll” from Brown Eyed Handsome Man, St. Louis Salutes the Father of Rock & Roll (Undertow 2004L —This week's installment of the Music Bed SpotlightBuy it!

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