Shindig! Broadcast #46

Jon ‘Mojo’ Mills, Paul Osborne and Thomas Patterson return to Soho Radio. Celebrating a myriad of 1968 sounds on the back of issue #75 and with The Dials performing a brilliant live session this is one killer show. Not to miss!


Tracklist

Khruangbin ‘Maria También’

Fifty Foot Hose ‘Red Sign Post’

The Banana Splits ‘Gonna Find A Cave’

Nancy Priddy ‘You’ve Come This Way Before’

The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band ‘A Child’s Guide To Good And Evil’

The Bee Gees ‘Harry Braff’

The Rags ‘Mr Cool’

The Dials ‘The Nark’

Pentangle ‘Goodbye Pork Hat’

The Dials ‘The Race’ (Live)

The Dials ‘Watch Her Walk Away’ (Live)

The Dials ‘Everlast’ (Live)

Kevin Ayers ‘The Lady Rachel’

Last Of The Easy Riders ‘Unto The Earth’

The Millennium ‘The Know It All’

The Everly Brothers ‘Ventura Boulevard’

Brewer & Shipley ‘Keeper Of The Keys’

Clarence Carter ‘Looking For A Fox’

The Temptations ‘Cloud Nine’

Bobbie Gentry ‘Ace Insurance Man’

Joe South ‘Hush’

Can ‘Nineteenth Century Man’

The Black Delta Movement ‘King Mosquito’

Big Brother & The Holding Company ‘Combination Of The Two’

Barry Booth ‘He’s Very Good With His Hands’

The Electric Banana ‘Alexander’

The Animated Egg ‘Sock It My Way’

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Black Lizard ‘Window In Time’

Celebration Of A New Dawn is the Helsinki garage-rockers BLACK LIZARD’s third album, due for release February 23rd on Fuzz Club. The first single, ‘Window In Time’, is an amazing hit of sublime, ’60s-esque psychedelic pop


Talking of the single, the band explain: “’Window In Time’ is a psychedelic pop song about enjoying your life the way it is. Most of their lives people seem to look for things they don’t have and spend their time trying to be like someone else, then there might be a point where you realise that you have everything you need right here and right now.” Read more Black Lizard ‘Window In Time’

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Jack Cooper ‘Fat Old Sun’

JACK COOPER unleashes a cool Floyd cover ahead of tour


He says of the cover, “I was selling merch at the last show of my US tour and a guy who had bought a record told me that the live band sounded like Meddle-era Pink Floyd. In hindsight I should’ve hugged him because as far as compliments go, that’s the best I’ve ever had. I think that post-Syd and pre-Dark Side Pink Floyd were such an interesting band… weird, English, pastoral, loose, economic and occasionally perfect. I love Syd Barrett and most things up to The Wall but I think that mid-era is the most fascinating. I love recording covers and in learning this I gained some fresh perspective on simplicity.”

Read more Jack Cooper ‘Fat Old Sun’

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Shindig! Broadcast #45

Jon ‘Mojo’ Mills, Thomas Patterson and Olive the puppy hit Soho Radio for  a look back at some of the best of 2017… and a bit of barking!


 

Les Chemins de Katmandou (Générique) –  Jean-Claude Vannier

New Year’s Resolution (Donovan’s Celtic Jam) – Donovan

How Does It Make You Feel? –  Once & Future Band

Free Your Mind And Your Ass Will Follow- Funkadelic

Spinning Wheel – P.P. Arnold

Girl Of Independent Means – Honeybus

(Further Reflections) In The Room Of Percussion – Kaleidoscope

Gazing at My Grave – Fogbound

Just A Game – Wild Silk

Pocketful Of Watches- The Len Price 3

You Tear My Mind Wide Open – Galileo 7

Strawberries Are Growing In My Garden (And It’s Wintertime)- The Dentists

Windfall -The Offspring

Spoon – Can

Golden Dawn – Serpent Power

Give It A Miss – Colorama

The Ballad Of Jimmy McCabe – Paul Weller

Mountain Song -Mapache

Modern Kosmology – Jane Weaver

Peace Blossum Boogy – The Babe Rainbow

Cooling Tower – Thee Oh Sees

I Don’t Want This Modern Religion – Jimmy Webb

End Song (Reprise) – Hampshire & Foat

Elenore – The Turtles

Coven in Charing Cross – Coven

See What You Cause – Cold Sun

Your Reverie- Kelley Stoltz

California Fantasy – GospelbeacH

Broken Man – The Stained Glass

On Lankershim – Foxygen

New Year’s Eve – Van Duren

Auld Lang Syne – The Black On White Affair

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Michael Parrett’s ‘Bones’… Download now FREE

‘Bones’ is the follow up to MICHAEL PARRETT’s debut single ‘Television’. It’s a song of deep longing with a Spectoresque wall of sound and more than a hint of glam and ’70’s Stones. The song was written by Michael and produced and co-written by his long time friend and collaborator Paul Orwell


Read more Michael Parrett’s ‘Bones’… Download now FREE

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