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Spinitron - KDHX: Pop! The Beat Bubble Burst Thu Mar 22nd 2012

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 Mar 22nd 2012 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


Dave Travis Extreme “Last Night The Flowers Bloomed”
from Fuzz Flaykes & Shakes, Vol 2: Day Breaks At Dawn (Dionysus 1999)


The Yardbirds “Love Me Like I Love”
from Live At The BBC (Warner Bros. 1997) —Keith Relf born on this day in 1943


Keith Relf “Mr. Zero”
from Ultimate! (Rhino 2001)


Paul Simon “Allergies”
from Hearts and Bones (Warner Bros. 1983)


Simon & Garfunkel “Flowers Never Bend With The Rainfall”
from Collected Works (Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme) (Columbia 1981)


The Easybeats “Falling Off the Edge of the World”
from Falling Off The Edge Of The World (United Artists 1968) —Guitarist for the 'Beats, Harry Vanda was born on this day back in 1947.


Patti Smith Group “Priviledge (Set Me Free)”
from Easter (Arista 1978) —Jay Dee Daugherty, drummer for The Beat and The Patti Smith Group was born on this day back in 1952.


Gerry & The Pacemakers “TONIGHT”
from You'll Never Walk Alone (The EMI Years 1963-1966) (EMI 2008) —This song was written by Stephen Sondheim who was born on this day back in 1930.


Jefferson Handkerchief “I'm Allergic To Flowers”
from Pebbles Vol. 3 (A.I.P. 2001)


Os Mutantes “O Careca”
from Haih or Amortecedor (Coqueiro Verde 2011) —Jorge Ben Jor from Os Mutantes was born on this day back in 1940.


The Go-Betweens “Spring Rain”
from 1978 - 1990 (CAPITOL 1990)


Boston “Hitch A Ride”
from Boston (CBS 1976) —Born on this day back in 1949, Fran Sheehan, Boston bassist.


Iron Butterfly “Gentle As It May Seem”
from Where the Action Is! Los Angeles Nuggets (1965-1968) (Rhino 2009) —Howard Reitzes from I.B. was born on this day back in 1951. By the way this is probably not the first time Iron Butterfly and Boston have been played back-to-back in St. Louis!


The Flower Machine “Digging Flowers”
from Marmoset Meadow (The Flower Machine 2008)


Glen Campbell “The Universal Soldier”
from The Capitol Years 1965-1977 (Nashville Catalog 49pm 2011) —Happy birthday Glen, born on this day back in 1938. Covering Donovan and next, John Lennon.


Glen Campbell “Grow Old With Me”
from Meet Glen Campbell (CAPITOL 2008) —Today's Beatles Grab-bag features three birthday boys who are all covering Beatles (or John Lennon) tracks beginning with this one by Glen.


George Benson “Something / Octopus's Garden / The End”
from The Other Side of Abbey Road (A&M 1970) —George Benson was born on this day back in 1943.


Chad & Jeremy “From A Window”
from A Summer Song (El Records 1965) —Jeremy Clyde was born on this day back in 1941.


The McCoys “drive my car”
from You Make Me Feel So Good (BANG 1966) —Randy Hobbs was in both The McCoys and Johnny Winter's band. He was born on this day back in 1948.


Julian Lennon “And She Cries”
from Photograph Smile (Conehead Management Ltd 1998) —A song that sounds an awful lot like a long lost George Harrison track.


The Rolling Stones “Blue Turns To Grey”
from Genuine Black Box 1961-1966 (Scorpio 2010) —Alternate version.


T.S. McPhee “I Be's Troubled”
from History of British Blues (sire 1973) —This British Blues Guitarist was born on this day back in 1944.


Crowded House “Chocolate Cake”
from Woodface (Capitol Catalog 1991)


Continental Drifters “Spring Day In Ohio”
from Vermilion (Razor & Tie www.razorandtie.com 1998)


The Move “Flowers In The Rain”
from Move (Remastered Edition) (Salvo 1967)


The Revolving Paint Dream “Flowers In The Sky”
from Children of Nuggets (Rhino 2005)


The Squires of the Subterrain “( I Still) Mow Your Lawn”
from Sandbox (Rocket Racket Records squiresofthesubterrain.com 2012) N  —Out March 30th.


The Beach Boys “Their Hearts Were Full Of Spring”
from The Beach Boys Concert / Live in London (Capitol Catalog 1990)

Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.