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Spinitron - KDHX: Pop! The Beat Bubble Burst Thu Aug 25th 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 Aug 25th 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


Manfred Mann “Let's Go Get Stoned”
from Manfred Mann - Down the Road Apiece (Their EMI Recordings 1963-1966) (Parlophone UK 1964) —R.I.P. Nick Ashford who passed away last monday at the age of 70.


The Easybeats “I Keep Forgetting”
from Live-Studio & Stage (Raven 1968) —This and the next two songs were co-written by one of the all-time great songwriters of Rock and Roll, Jerry Lieber passed away at age 78 last Monday.


Cliff Bennett & the Rebel Rousers “You Can't Love 'Em All (Mono) [Remastered]”
from Into Our Lives (The EMI Years 1961-1969) (EMI 2009)


Elvis Costello “(The Angels Wanna Wear My) Red Shoes”
from My Aim Is True CD Album (Rhino 1977) —To celebrate Declan Patrick Aloysius McManus's birthday, it's 2 solid hours of Elvis Costello/Elvis Costello related music!


Roger McGuinn “You Bowed Down”
from Back from Rio (Arista 1990) —Written by Elvis who also sings background on this one.


Aimee Mann “The Fall of the World's Own Optimist”
from Bachelor No. 2 (Superego 2000) —A song written by Elvis who did a version on his All This Useless Beauty CD.


Dust Poets “VERONICA”
from Four Legs Good (Dust Poets 2007) —Co-written by Elvis and Paul McCartney.


Roy Orbison “The Comedians”
from Mystery Girl (Virgin 1989) —Another Elvis song which he did on his 1984 Goodbye Cruel World album. Roy Definitely transforms this into a Roy Orbison song.


Fastball “Busy Bodies”
from Almost You: The Songs of Elvis Costello (glurp 2003) —Elvis did this on his Armed Forces album.


John Hiatt “Living A Little, Laughing A Little”
from Warming Up To The Ice Age (Geffen 1985) —Featuring Elvis on the second vocal.


Diana Krall “The Girl in the Other Room” (Verve www.vervemusicgroup.com 2004) —Elvis's wife singing one of his songs.


Jon Auer “Beyond Belief”
from Almost You: The Songs of Elvis Costello (glurp 2003) —E.C. did this one on his Imperial Bedroom album back in 1982. Jon Auer is one of the Posies and a member of the re-formed Big Star.


Anne Sofie Von Otter/Elvis Costello “Broken Bicycles/Junk”
from For the Stars (DG Deutsche Grammophon 2001) —A Medley with Elvis. Bicycles was written by Tom Waits, Junk by Paul McCartney.


Paul McCartney “My Brave Face”
from Flowers in the Dirt (Parlophone 1989) —The Beatles Grab-Bag features three songs co-written by Elvis and Paul.


Paul McCartney “Mistress and Maid”
from Off the Ground (CAPITOL 1993)


Paul McCartney “You Want Her Too”
from Flowers in the Dirt (Parlophone 1989) —This one features Elvis on the second vocal.


The Coward Brothers “The People's Limousine”
from Twenty Twenty: The Essential T Bone Burnett (Columbia 2006) —A single from 1985 - the Coward Brothers were actually Elvis and T-Bone Burnett.


Elvis Costello w/ Nick Lowe “Baby It's You”
from Out Of Our Idiot (Hip-O 1987) —This version is in a 4-way tie for my favorite along with The Shirelles, The Beatles and Smith.


Nick Lowe “American Squirm”
from Labour of Lust (Yep Roc 1979) N  —Elvis on backing vocals. This was during the time when Nick was producing Elvis. (1979)


Nick Lowe “(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding”
from Quiet Please... The New Best Of Nick Lowe (Yep Roc 1976) —Covered famously by Elvis - Actually this version was by Nick's old band Brinsley Schwarz.


Dave Edmunds “Girls Talk”
from The Best of Dave Edmunds (SwanSong 1979) —Written by Elvis.


Billy Bremner “Shatterproof”
from Bash (Gadfly www.gadflyrecords .com 1984) —And to finish off this set of Rockpile-ers...Billy Bremner with this Costello composition.


Squeeze “Black Coffee In Bed”
from Greatest Hits (A&M 1994) —Feat. E.C. on backing vocals


The Bangles “Tear Off Your Own Head (It's A Doll Revolution)”
from Doll Revolution (Liberty 2003) —Penned by Elvis


Elvis Costello & The Attractions “I Hope You're Happy Now”
from Blood & Chocolate (Columbia 1986)


Elvis Costello “Radio, Radio”
from Live at the El Mocambo (Rykodisc 1978)

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