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Spinitron - KDHX: Pop! The Beat Bubble Burst Thu Sep 1st 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 Sep 1st 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 Monkees “Saturday's Child”
from The Monkees (Colgems 1966)


The Searchers “I Don't Want To Go On Without You”
from 40th Anniversary Collection (Castle 2003) —Three songs done by The Drifters - and done here by British Invasion bands in honor of Drifter, Tommy Evans' birthday, born on this day back in 1927.


The Rolling Stones “Under The Boardwalk”
from 12X5 (London 1964)


The Elvis Brothers “Somebody Call The Police”
from Adventure Time (Portrait 1985)


Old Lights “All Noise”
from Like Strangers (Old Lights 2011) N L


The Cherry Slush “She'll Be Back”
from Looking Back (WMG Records 1967) —From 1966


The Bee Gees “Sinking Ships (Bonus)”
from Horizontal (ATCO 1968) —Barry Gibb born on this day back in 1946.


The Bee Gees “Massachusetts”
from Horizontal (ATCO 1968)


The Bee Gees “In My Own Time”
from Bee Gees' 1st (Rhino 1967) —Ending the three songs for Barry's b-day and beginning another installment of Same Title...Different Song.


Electric Light Orchestra “In My Own Time”
from Zoom (Epic 2001)


The Association “P.F. Sloan”
from Just The Right Sound (Disc 2) (Rhino 2002)


Blow Pops “Pt. 1”
from Yellow Pills, Vol. 3 (Big Deal 1996)


The Hollies “It's Only Make Believe (2004 Digital Remaster)”
from Stay With The Hollies (EMI 2009) —A song made famous by Conway Twitty [Harold Jenkins] who was born on this day back in 1933.


The Beatles “One After 909”
from Let It Be CD Album (Apple Records 1970) —Just a bit of "Danny Boy" at the tail end of this one by The Beatles followed by...Danny Boy by birthday boy, Conway Twitty.


Conway Twitty “DANNY BOY”
from 45 RPM (MCA Records 1959)


Michael Fracasso “Working Class Hero”
from Saint Monday (Michael Fracasso 2011) N


The Jam “And Your Bird Can Sing”
from Extras: A Collection of Rarities (Polydor 1992) —Three songs by the Jam to celebrate the birthday of Bruce Foxton born in 1955. Recorded in 1980.


The Jam “The Dreams Of Children [Bonus Track]”
from Setting Sons (Polydor 1979)


The Jam “That's Entertainment”
from Compact Snap (Polydor 1983)


Middle Class Fashion “Forget Me Not”
from Middle Class Fashion EP (Middle Class Fashion 2010) L —From right here in St. Louis...Jenn Malzone (Paper Dolls, Tight Pants Syndrome), Brad Vaughn (A Bit Shifty, Paper Dolls), Brian McClelland (Tight Pants Syndrome, Whoa Thunder, Maxtone Four)


Sly & The Family Stone “Everyday People”
from Greatest Hits (Epic 1970) —Born back in 1946 on this day...drummer from the Family Stone, Greg Errico.


The Poorhouse Says “Letter Of Request”
from The Poorhouse Says (self-released 2011) L —Playing tonight at Pop's Blue Moon. http://www.thepoorhousesays.com.


The Beau Brummels “Turn Around”
from Bradley's Barn (Collector's Choice 1968) —A great song about the end of Summer. Hope everyone has a great holiday weekend!


Sloan “Beverly Terrace”
from The Double Cross (Yep Roc 2011) N


The Flying Machine “Smile A Little Smile For Me”
from Flight Recorder (Sanctuary Records Fontana 2004)


Girl In a Coma “Femme Fatale”
from Adventures In Coverland (Blackheart 2010)


The Dakotas “I Count The Tears (Mono)”
from Do You Want To Know A Secret? (The EMI Recordings 1963-1983) (EMI 2009)


The Knack “Let Me Out”
from Get the Knack CD Album (CAPITOL 1979)


The Posies “What Little Remains”
from Failure (Pop Llama 1988)


The Rolling Stones “2120 South Michigan Avenue”
from 12X5 (London 1964) —This week's installment of The Music Bed Spotlight

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