Thursday, April 3, 2008

January 2, 2004

Here's the first show of 2004, can you tell David had just recently picked up a new Bowie covers CD?:

?? - ?? Jazzy instrumental with prominent trumpet part
?? - Dream A Little Dream Of Me
?? - Hollywood Flashback?
Aztec Camera - Walk Out To Winter (ext)
Bananarama - Robert De Niro's Waiting
Be Bop Deluxe - Japan
Black Box Recorder - Rock 'N' Roll Suicide (Bowie Cover)
Blue Peter - Take Me To War
Boy George - Starman (Bowie Cover)
Cabaret Voltaire - Crackdown
Chalk Circle - April Fool
Coldplay - God Put A Smile On Your Face
Concrete Blonde - Joey
Crash Test Dummies - Superman's Song
Crowded House - Don't Dream It's Over
David Usher - A Day In The Life
Dexy's Midnight Runners - Come On Eileen
Elton Motello - Jet Boy, Jet Girl
Fisher Z - So Long
Frank Zappa - I Am The Slime
Godley & Crème - The Party
Ian McCulloch - Prettiest Star (Bowie Cover)
Jim Carroll Band - People Who Died
Jimi Hendrix - Angel
John Bottomley - You Lose & You Gain
M + M - Black Stations / White Stations
Magazine - A Song From Under The Floorboards
Midge Ure - The Man Who Sold The World (Bowie Cover)
Moev - Yeah Whatever
Oasis - Wonderwall (Live)
Paul Young - Everytime You Go Away
Peter Gabriel - Sledgehammer
Radiohead - Wish You Were Here
Robert Hazard - Escalator of Life
Rough Trade - Crimes Of Passion
Rupert Hine - The Setup
Sly & The Family Stone - Thank You
Split Enz - I Got You (Dance Mix)
Spoken Word - Mexican Border Patrol
Steel Pulse - Sound System
Talking Heads - Burning Down The House
The Alan Parsons Project - Eye In The Sky
The Assembly - Never Never
The Band - Chest Fever
The Fall - Cruiser's Creek
The Strawbs - ??
The The - Perfect
The Tubes - Don't Touch Me There
The Velvet Underground - Rock & Roll
The Verve - Bittersweet Symphony
Ultravox - Love's Great Adventure (ext)
Van Morrison - Astral Weeks

Note: tracks are presented in alphabetical order rather than the order they were played. Anything I couldn't ID isn't included.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for including Sly and the Family Stone's "Thank You" on your list. I write about this song and more in my book about Sly. Check it out at