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Spinitron - KDHX: Pop! The Beat Bubble Burst Thu Feb 24th 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 Feb 24th 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


Muddy Waters “Got My Mojo Working”
from The Chess Box (MCA/Chess 1989) —From 1959. I played Cliff Bennett & The Rebel Rousers' version 3 weeks ago. It's also been done by The Zombies, Shadows of The Knight, Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Manfred Mann, The Golden Cups and Asylum Street Spankers to name a few.


Rays “Silhouettes”
from Hard To Find Jukebox Classics 1957 - Rhythm And Rock (Hit Parade 2008) —From 1960. The version by Hermans Hermits was played on week one from this year's Black History Month celebration.


Marvin Gaye “I'll Be Doggone”
from The Classic Rhythm & Blues Collection, Vol. 2 1964-1966 (time-life 2001) —This 1965 song was covered by many including Cliff Bennett & The Rebel Rousers and the version I played 3 weeks ago by Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas.


Little Richard “Keep a Knockin'”
from The Georgia Peach (Specialty 1956) —Released in 1957. I played Bobby Fuller Four's version two weeks ago.


Chuck Berry “Don't You Lie To Me”
from The Anthology (Chess 1959) L —1960 song that was covered by The Rolling Stones, The Flamin' Groovies and The Four + 1 which I played a couple weeks ago.


Rufus Thomas “Jump Back”
from The Complete Stax/Volt Singles: 1959-1968 (Atlantic 1991) —Two versions were played during the first three weeks of February; last week was a live version by The Small Faces and the week before was one by a band called Chicago Line.


Little Willie John “Fever”
from The King's Record Collection (Volume 2) (Hip-O 1956) —A version by Helen Shapiro was played two weeks ago.


Parker, Bobby “Watch Your Step”
from John Lennon's Jukebox (EMI Virgin 2004) —Two versions of this were played during Black History Month 3 weeks ago by Jook and two weeks ago by the Tony Jackson Group. Also played the opening riff of The Beatles' I Feel Fine to show how certain riffs can be borrowed and recycled in rock and roll.


Sam Cooke “Bring It On Home To Me”
from The Best of Sam Cooke (RCA 1962) —There are so many versions of this song to choose from including, John Lennon's, Paul McCartney's, The Animals', Britt Daniels', The Zombies' and The Dave Clark Five's. And the one we began last week's show with by The Merseybeats.


Ritchie Barrett “Some Other Guy”
from single (Atlantic 1962) —A very prominent song in Beatles lore, being prominently featured in their live shows during their formative years. It's been done by a host of other bands including the Big Three, Terry Dee & The Roadrunners, The Searchers, The Henchmen and the one playe


Ray Charles “What'd I Say”
from All The 60's Volume 3 (Warner Brothers 2003) —Gerry & The Pacemakers' version got the spin a couple weeks ago.


Ben E. King “So Much Love”
from Goffin & King: A Gerry Goffin & Carole King Song Collection 1961-67 (Ace 2007) —Dusty Springfield's cover was played last week.


Dr. Feelgood and the Interns “Mr. Moonlight”
from Under The Influence (Songs The Beatles Covered) (Sequal/Pinnacle 1992) —Two versions were played during the month, one by The Hollies and One by The Merseybeats.


The Olympics “Shimmy Like Kate”
from Very Best of the Olympics (Varese 2002) —I played The Beatles live version of this one a couple weeks ago.


The Marvalettes “Please Mr. Postman”
from Under The Influence (Songs The Beatles Covered) (Sequal/Pinnacle 1992) —A very rare version of The Beatles performing this one live on The BBC featuring Pete Best on drums was played three weeks ago.


Arthur Alexander “A Shot Of Rhythm And Blues”
from A Shot Of Rhythm And Soul (Ace 1982) —Several versions to choose from of this song. Ended up playing Gerry & The Pacemakers' and Cilla Black's.


Larry Williams “Slow Down”
from Loud, Fast & Out of Control: The Wild Sounds of the '50s (Rhino 1958) —Speaking of many versions to choose from....I finally settled on Elvis Costello's and The Beatles'.


Big Joe Turner “Honey Hush”
from Rhythm & Blues Years (Atlantic 1951) —This 1951 song has been covered often. I played Paul McCartney's version three weeks ago.


Ella Fitzgerald “Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea”
from The Best Of The Song Books (Polygram 1996) —George Harrison's version was played last week.


Lloyd Price “Lawdy Miss Clawdy”
from Lawdy! (Specialty 1952) —The Buckingham's version of this one was played last week.


James Brown & The Famous Flames “I Don't Mind”
from The Singles Vol. 2 (Hip-O 2007) —Played The Who's version three weeks ago.


Slim Harpo “Tip On In”
from Best Of Slim Harpo (Rhino 1968) —I played a medley of this song and Tee Ni Nee Ni Nu a couple weeks ago.


The Coasters “Thumbin' A Ride”
from 50 Coastin' Classics (Rhino 1992) —A version by Earl Preston & the Tempest Tornadoes was played a couple weeks ago


Ramsey Lewis Trio “The "In" Crowd”
from The Classic Rhythm & Blues Collection, Vol. 2 1964-1966 (time-life 1965) —Played Marshall Crenshaw's version a couple weeks ago.


Jimmy Hughes “Neighbor, Neighbor”
from Atlantic Rhythm and Blues 1947-1974 Volume 5 (Atlantic Records 1985) —Spencer Davis Group's version was played during week one's Black History Month's shows.


Erma Franklin “Piece Of My Heart”
from Soul Sides: Volume One (Zealous 1967) —Released in 1967 by Erma Franklin and again that some year by The Koobas whose version was played two weeks ago


Bo Diddley “You Can't Judge A Book By It's Cover”
from 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection - The Best Of Bo Diddley (Geffen 2000) —Played the Shadows of The Knight's version last week.


Howlin' Wolf “I Ain't Superstitious”
from Change My Way (Chess 1975) —Jeff Beck's version featuring the Rod Stewart lead vocal last week.


Sam & Dave “You Don't Know Like I Know”
from Stax 50th Anniversary Celebration (stax 2008) —Cliff Bennett & The Rebel Rousers' version was played last week.


Don Covay “See-Saw”
from Atlantic Rhythm and Blues 1947-1974 Volume 5 (Rhino Atlantic 1985) —Georgie Fame & The Blue Flames version was played three weeks ago.


Wilson Pickett “Mustang Sally”
from Wilson Pickett's Greatest Hits (Atlantic 2007) —The Young Rascals's version was played three weeks ago.

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