Saturday, September 27, 2008

September 26, 2008

Here's tonight's list, another good show:

999 - Homicide
69 Eyes - Wasting the Dawn
Animotion - Obsession
Beatles - Ain't She Sweet
Blues Image - Ride Captain Ride
Breeding Ground - Happy Now I Know
Circle Jurks - A Thrill's A Thrill
City Boy - Young Men Gone West
City Boy - Beth
Cottage Industry - Things Go Up
Damned - Eloise
David Bowie - The Man Who Sold The World
David Usher - Jesus Was My Girl
Dead Milkmen - Punk Rock Girl
Dee Long - Good Night Universe
Depeche Mode - In Your Room
Depeche Mode - Blasphemous Rumours
Fall Out Boy - Thnks Fr Th Mmrs
Feargal Sharkey - A Good Heart
Frank Zappa - I'm The Slime
Garfield - Mississippi Jimmie
Geils - Monkey Island
Grandmaster Flash - The Message
Housemartins - The People Who Grinned Themselves To Death
Hunter Valentine - Staten Island Dream Tour
Icicle Works - Whisper To A Scream (Birds Fly)
Iggy Pop - Nightclubbing
Jane's Addiction - Been Caught Stealing
Japan - Adolescent Sex
Jimi Hendrix - Burning Of The Midnight Lamp
Johnny Ray - Cry
Long John Baldry - A Thrill's A Thrill
Magazine - The Light Pours Out Of Me
Martha & the Muffins - Rainbow Sign
Mental As Anything - Live It Up
Mike Batt - Imbecile
Moody Blues - Melancholy Man
New Pornographers - Myriad Harbour
Parachute Club - Boys Club
Paul Weller - Wishing On A Star
Peter Murphy - Cuts You Up
Phil Lynott - Solo in Soho
Pukka Orchestra - Your Secret Is Safe With Me
Queen - The Show Must Go On
Richard Wright - A Thousand Furry Animals
Rockets - On The Road Again
Rockpile - Teacher Teacher
Roger Waters - Perfect Sense
Rough Trade - Territorial
Santana - Samba Pa Ti
Sector 27 - One Fine Day
Shriekback - Nemesis
Sigue Sigue Sputnik - Atari Baby
Slave to the SQUAREwave - Summertown
Start - Hey You
Status Quo - Roll Over Beethoven
Strange Advance - Worlds Away
Vital Sines - Collage
Vital Sines - Fear Of The Cold

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...

Santana - Samba Pa Ti

Fantastic show - but then all of them are. Was great to hear Icicle Works, Peter Murphy, Magazine and Depeche Mode. Outstanding set.

Glen said...

I can confirm that Santana track, miss parker. Yes, awesome music that David played the last couple of nights.

Marsden Planet said...

Post fixed for the Santana track - thanks for letting me know!

Ken Martin said...

I'm trying to find info about the Circle Jurks (Jerks?) song A Thrill's. I can't find ANYTHING about this track on the internet ANYWHERE. What LP is this track from? Any help would be appreciated.

Marsden Planet said...


Thanks for your comment. The only reason I was able to ID that track was because David himself mentioned that was the band. I am reasonably confident that it's not the California punk band, and I believe that the spelling of their name is correct. I'm guessing they might be Canadian and would likely be fairly recent. It's surprising to find a band that could get a CD into a DJ's hands would not also have some sort of presence on the web (eg. myspace, etc.).

While you're searching, keep an eye out for any information on 'Jagz' another artist David plays that seems to have zero presence on the web.

If I am able to find any more information in the future, I'll update this thread.

Ken Martin said...

I believe Jagz is actually spelled JAGS, with an S and not a Z. I have a 45 copy of the song "Back of My Hand" and it's definately JAGS.

As for Thrill, even doesn't haven anything listed there by this band. Could it actually be Mitch Ryder from his 1983 LP "Never Kick a Sleeping Dog"? That would fit David's time frame for a lot of his music.

Glen said...

I can confirm that it's spelt Jags by this site:

Last Picture Show, a song that David plays is on the "Best Of" album located here:

No wonder searching for Jagz got us nowhere!

Thanks for the information, Ken!

Marsden Planet said...


Thanks so much for your help in figuring out our Jagz = Jags mystery - who said spelling doesn't count in the computer age!

Here's an even better link for anyone else who's looking for that track:

Hopefully we'll be able to return the favour and help sort out this Circle Jurks mystery! I think that might very well be a slight spelling difference as well.

I do always try to confirm titles, etc. to a web search and almost everytime a web search comes up empty, there's something not quite right!


Marsden Planet said...

Ken -

David played the cover of A Thrill's A Thrill again in his October 23, 2008 show - I noted some more information on that release that David provided, so have a look at my October 23, 2008 post!