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 20th 2012 5.00am–7.00am
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Del Shannon “I Think I Love You” from Where The Action Is! (Rhino 2009)Buy it!
Wayne Givens “Pop! The Beat Bubble Burst Theme” from Single (Wayne Givens 2012) LBuy it!
The Portable Flower Factory “Don't Look Now” from Sing Songs of...The Beatles, Creedence Clearwater Revival, James Taylor, and Bob Dylan (Scholastic Magazine, Inc. 1972)Buy it!
The Coasters “(Ain't That) Just Like Me” from 50 Coastin' Classics (Rhino 1992) —Happy birthday Bobby Nunn of The Coasters born on this date back in 1925 . (d. 1986). Doing a song that was covered by many a British Invasion band.Buy it!
Shoes “Nobody to Blame” from Ignition (Black Vinyl 2012)Buy it!
Carole King “Pleasant Valley Sunday” from The Legendary Demos (Hear Music 2012)Buy it!
The Rubinoos “I Never Thought It Would Happen” from The Rubinoos (Berserkley 1977)Buy it!
Karate Bikini “Hot Box” from Sauce of the Apple Horse (self 2012) L —Three of St. Louis' finest join to put on a must see rock n' roll all-star showcase Friday, November 2nd at The Heavy Anchor.Buy it!
Los Straightjackets “Yeah Yeah Yeah” from Jet Set (Yep Roc/Pacifica Music 2012)Buy it!
Cheap Trick “Southern Girls” from In Color (Epic 1978)Buy it!
Andy Shernoff “Hey Boys” from Don't Fade Away - EP (Yazoo Squelch Audio Society 2012) —Featuring the backing of the Morels.Buy it!
The Tripwires “Let's Get You Started” from House to House (Spark and Shine www.massyfergusonband.com 2009)Buy it!
Donovan “Season Of The Witch” from Lady Of The Stars (Allegience 1983)Buy it!
John Dankworth “African Waltz” from Best of the 60's (EMI Gold 2000) —Born on this day back in 1927 - Johnny Dankworth, English musician and composer. In 1961, Dankworth's recording of Galt MacDermot's "African Waltz" reached the UK Singles Chart, peaked at No. 9, and remained in the chart for 21 weeks. Cannonball AdderleyBuy it!
The Beach Boys “SUMMER'S GONE” from That's Why God Made The Radio SINGLE (CAPITOL 2012)Buy it!
David Peel and The Lower East Side “B-E-A-T-L-E-S” from Bring Back the Beatles (Performance 1993) —Lest you think Jeff Hess of Afternoon Delight has the market cornered on odd-ball Beatles related music...Buy it!
Percy "Thrills" Thrillington “Too Many People” from Thrillington (hear 2012)Buy it!
Thenewno2 “Wide Awake” from Thefearofmissingout (Hot Records 2012)Buy it!
The Rutles “We've Arrived! (And To Prove It We're Here)” from Archaeology (Virgin Records America 2007)Buy it!
The Mavericks “What A Crying Shame” from What a Crying Shame (Geffen 1994) —If country did power pop - this is what it would sound like.Buy it!
Allah-Las “Sandy” from Allah-Las (Innovative Leisure 2012) —Nick Waterhouse and Allah-Las at Plush Saint Louis - Friday September 28, 2012Buy it!
The Kinks “DREAMS” from Percy (Bonus Track Edition) (Sanctuary Records Group Ltd. 1998)Buy it!
The Status Quo “Shy Fly” from Psychedelic Pstones (Castle 2004)Buy it!
Badfinger “Meanwhile Back At the Ranch / Should I Smoke” from Wish You Were Here (Rhino/Warner Bros. 2004)Buy it!
The Electric Prunes “Luvin'” from I Had Too Much to Dream (Rhino/Warner Bros. 2004)Buy it!
Rockpile “WHEN WILL I BE LOVED” from Seconds Of Pleasure [Bonus Tracks] (Columbia 1980) —Iconic singer-songwriter Nick Lowe kicks-off The Sheldon Sessions series, Wednesday, September 26 at 8 p.m. Lowe has made his mark as a performer, best known for the hit "Cruel to Be Kind," producer and songwriter for artists such as Elvis Costello (LoweBuy it!
Sloan “The Lines You Amend” from One Chord to Another (murderecords 1996)Buy it!
Spectator “We've Been Through This Before” from In The Brick (self-released 2012) L —The intro to this reminded me of another song. It's the Pretenders song "Thin Line Between Love And Hate"Buy it!
Pretenders “Thin Line Between Love And Hate” from Learning to Crawl (Remastered) (Rhino/Warner Bros. 1984)Buy it!
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