Friday, July 25, 2008

July 24, 2008

A great big thanks to Miss Parker for covering this whole show (and thanks in advance for tonight's show as well!) as I can't listen in at all this week.

?? – Nobody Loves You When You’re Down & Out
?? - Red Rooster
69 Eyes – Wasting the Dawn
Band – Chest Fever
Blue Peter – Shellshocked
Broken Social Scene – Shampoo Suicide
Carole Pope - Dream6
Chalk Circle – April Fool
Cowboy Junkies – Sweet Jane
Crimea – Lottery Winners on Acid
David Bowie & Pat Metheney – This is Not America
David Usher – A Day in the Life
Dwight Twilley - Sleeping
Elton John – Funeral for a Friend
Elvis Costello – The Other Side of Summer
Emerson Lake & Palmer – Karn Evil 9 (fragment)
Frank Zappa – Flakes
Front Line Assembly - Mindphaser
Goldfrapp – Ride a White Horse
Graham Parker – Tear Your Playhouse Down
Howard Devoto – Rainy Season
Icehouse – Great Southern Land
Iggy Pop – Play It Safe
James Collins – He’s Planning His Funeral
Jimi Hendrix – May This Be Love
John Cooper Clark – Beasley Street
Johnny Clegg – Scatterlings of Africa
Julian Cope - Soldier Blue
King Harvest – Dancing in the Moonlight
Klaatu – Calling Occupants of Interplanetary Craft
Leonard Cohen – The Future
Lightning Seeds – Pure
Long John Baldry – A Thrill’s A Thrill
Lyle Lovett and Al Green – Funny How Time Slips Away
Modest Mouse – Ocean Breathes Salty
Nash the Slash & FM – Good Vibrations
Phil Manzanera & 801 - City Of Light
Pink Floyd – Momentary Lapse of Reason
Populars – Smart Bomb
Psychedelic Furs – Heartbeat
Pukka Orchestra – Might as Well be on Mars
Queen – The Show Must Go On
Roderick Falconer - Mr. Radio
Roger Waters – 4:41 AM (Sexual Revolution)
Satellite Party – Wish Upon a Dogstar
Scissor Sisters – Laura
Secret Machines – Still See You
Simple Minds – New Gold Dream (81-82-83-84)
Slave to the SQUAREwave – London baby
Smiths – There is a Light that Never Goes Out
Spirit of the West - Enough, Already Alright (Hello Cleveland)
Spoons - 2,000 Years
Staple Singers – I’ll Take You There
UB40 – Don’t Let it Pass You By
Wall of Voodoo – Mexican Radio
Zombies – Time of the Season

Note: tracks above are presented in alphabetical order rather than the order they were played. Anything that couldn't be partially ID'd isn't included.


Miss Parker said...

I have to say that soccerfan was a great help. My thanks to him for assisting to fill in some of the gaps.

Jason said...

A few new tunes I discovered that I liked a lot. One was Icehouse, there were a few others. Great show as always.

King Harvest said...

Thanks for including Dancing in the Moonlight. We really appreciate it... but if I could make one correction; Van Morrison never did Dancing in the Moonlight. However his recording of Moondance has long been confused with our recording of Dancing in the Moonlight.
Thanks and all the best.
King Harvest

Glen (soccerfan) said...

I can confirm that King Harvest is tha artist of Dancing In the Moonlight.

Glen (soccerfan) said...

Miss Parker, thanks for your words of kindness. I'm always glad to help when I'm not stumped myself, lol.

Glen (soccerfan) said...

The Broken Scene song is called "Shampoo Suicide".

Miss Parker said...

I apologize for mis-identifying the King Harvest song. I honestly didn't think it was Van Morrison, but something influenced my decision to ID it that way - just not sure what. At any rate, I'm glad the mystery has been solved.

Thank you, Glen for also giving a title to The Broken Scene's song. David ID'd the group in the chatroom, but I didn't want to bug him for the title...things were busy for him after coming back from his break. :-)

Speaking of breaks....hurry back, Ralph!

Anonymous said...

Anyone got confirmation on that Skinny Puppy or Front Line Assembly Song that played on the Thursday....been dying to know the name of that song.

Glen (soccerfan) said...

After a few attempts to really listen to the lyrics and inputting them into Google, I get an answer that the song is "Mindphaser" by Front Line Assembly.

Miss Parker said...

*Nice* detective work! :-)

Glen (soccerfan) said...

Heh, you were right about Front Line Assembly as being one of two possible artists so I have to give you credit for that!

Miss Parker said...

Got to give credit where it's due - I sent a recorded fragment to Ralph and he narrowed it down to the two artists. I'm just "Grasshopper" to the two "Master Pos." ;-)

Anonymous said...

that would be the one, kudos to you, I would recognize the song anywhere, because it has a beat so reminiscent of New Order.

glen (soccerfan) said...

That song sounds more like Joy Division than New Order. :-)

Anonymous said...

I would agree with you, but its way too close to Touched by the Hand of God.

Marsden Planet said...

Wow, lots of comments on this one. Sorry for not getting to this sooner - the post has been corrected for the King Harvest and FLA tracks ID'd in the comments. Thanks to everyone for their input! :-)