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Spinitron - KDHX: Pop! The Beat Bubble Burst Thu May 10th 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 May 10th 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


Donovan “ATLANTIS” from Troubadour (Epic Legacy www.epicrecords.com 1992) —Happy Birthday Donovan, born on this day back in 1946.Buy it!


Young Fresh Fellows & The Minus Five “I Wonder What She's Doing Tonight” from Young Fresh Fellows vs. The Minus Five CD Sampler (Mammoth Records 2004)Buy it!


Counting Crows “Meet On The Ledge” from Underwater Sunshine (or What We Did On Our Summer Vacation) (Collective Sounds/Cooking Vinyl 2012N  —From their new covers cd.Buy it!


Brendan Benson “Here In The Deadlights” from What Kind of World (Readymade Records 2012N Buy it!


The Undertakers “Everybody Loves a Lover” from Beat, Beat, Beat Volume One: The Mersey Sound & Other Rarities 1962-1963 (Castle 2006) —Happy Birthday Jackie Lomax born in 1944.Buy it!


Jackie Lomax “Sour Milk Sea (2010 - Remaster)” from Is This What You Want (EMI UK 2010)Buy it!


The Mockingbirds “You Stole My Love” from The Immediate Mod Box Set (Sanctuary 2005) —Written by Graham Gouldman (who wrote the next 9 songs) The Mockingbirds was a band Graham was in back in 1965. GG was born on this day back in 1946.Buy it!


Herman's Hermits “No Milk Today” from Into Something Good (The Mickie Most Years 1964-1972) (Parlophone UK 2008)Buy it!


The Yardbirds “FOR YOUR LOVE” from The Ultimate Yardbirds (Rhino 2001)Buy it!


The Hollies “Bus Stop (Remastered)” SINGLE (EMI 1993)Buy it!


Jeff Beck “Tallyman” from The Best Of Jeff Beck (EMI 1980)Buy it!


Normie Rowe “GOING HOME” from Peculiar Hole In The Sky: Pop Psych From Down Under (Big Beat rhino.com 2002)Buy it!


Ohio Express “Sausalito (Is the Place to Go)” from Yummy Yummy Yummy: The Best Of (Buddha 2001) —This was written by AND sung by Graham Gouldman!Buy it!


Gregson & Collister “The Things We Do For Love” from Love Is a Strange Hotel (RNA 1990)Buy it!


10Cc “Dreadlock Holiday” from Bloody Tourists (Spectrum 1997) —Closing out the birthday celebration of Graham Gouldman with one of my favorites from his band in the 70's - 10cc!Buy it!


Go Home Productions “Beatleg Bootles” (Go Home Productions 2005) —Featuring samples of Baby You're a Rich Man and The Theme From Shaft with the late great Charles "Skip" Pitts on guitar. Skip passed away on May 1, 2012.Buy it!


Paul McCartney “MY ONE AND ONLY LOVE” from Kisses on the Bottom (CMG/MPL/Hear Music 2012N  —A bonus track from the deluxe edition of "Kisses"Buy it!


George Harrison “Behind That Locked Door (Demo)” from Early Takes, Vol. 1 (UMe 2012N  —Wonderful set of alternate takes, early takes and demos.Buy it!


Larry Williams “Bony Maronie” from Loud, Fast & Out of Control (Rhino) —Happy Birthday Larry, born on this day in 1935.Buy it!


The Beatles “SLOW DOWN” from Past Masters, Vols. 1 & 2 (Capitol Records 2012)Buy it!


John Lennon & the Plastic Ono Band “Dizzy Miss Lizzie” from Live Peace in Toronto, 1969 (Apple 1969)Buy it!


Arthur Alexander “Where Have You Been” from A Shot Of Rhythm And Soul (Ace 1982) —Happy Birthday Arthur. Born on this day back in 1940Buy it!


The Rolling Stones “You Better Move On” from December's Children ( And Everybody's) (London 1965) —Mono vinyl.Buy it!


Marshall Crenshaw “Soldier Of Love” from Marshall Crenshaw (Warner Brothers 1982)Buy it!


Dave Mason & Cass Elliot “Something to Make You Happy” from Mamas & The Papas: The Singles + (BR Music 2001) —Happy Birthday Dave Mason, born on this day back in 1947Buy it!


Ansley Dunbar Retaliation “Stone Crazy” from History of British Blues (sire 1973) —Drummer Ansley Dunbar, who went on to be the drummer in Zappa's Mother of Invention was born on this day back in 1953. This song features the amazing line up of: lead vocals of Rod Stewart, Jack Bruce (bass) and Peter Green (gtr.).Buy it!


Sex Pistols “Holidays In The Sun” from Never Mind The Bollocks VINYL ALBUM (Virgin 1977) —Sid Vicious was born on this day in 1957.Buy it!


Bono “Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds” from Across The Universe: Music From The Motion Picture (Interscope Records 2007) —Bono was born on this day back in 1960.Buy it!


Booker T and the MG's “Jelly Bread” from Stax Volt Singles Collection (Atlantic) —Today's installment of the Music Bed SpotlightBuy it!

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