Shindig! Broadcast #39

Jon ‘Mojo’ Mills and Thomas Patterson just get on with playing what they want, manning the mother ship Soho into uncharted territories… or something like that


Tracklist

George Tipton ‘One’

M. J. Parker ‘Can I Find A Way’

America ‘Rainy Day’

The Byrds ‘Gunga Din’

Bondoogle & Balderdash ‘Never Got To Know Him’

General Johnson ‘ Saginaw County Line’

David ‘Please Mr. Policeman’

Orange Bicycle ‘Last Cloud Home’

Humble Pie ‘As Safe As Yesterday Is’

Andy Robinson ‘Absolutely The End’

Honeybus ‘She Sold Blackpool Rock’

Jesse Ed Davis ‘Washita Love Child’

Jim Sullivan ’Tom Cat’

Link Wray ‘Fire & Brimstone’

49th Blue Streak ‘Foxy Lady’

The Thomas Group ‘Capricorn Colours’

Travis Pike’s Tea Party ‘If I Didn’t Love You Girl’

Lowell George & The Factory ’Sleep Tight’

Kaleidoscope ‘Pulsating Dream’

Shiva’s Headband ‘Ebeneezer’

The Paupers ‘Copper Penny’

Gary Wright & Wonderwheel ‘Lovetaker’

SRC ‘Midnight Fever’

The Grateful Dead ‘In The Pines’

The Grateful Dead ’Shakedown Street’

The Peels ’Time Marches On’

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Is vaping in music part of the new counterculture?

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Do you smoke dear Shindigger? Have you tried vaping? This month’s cover star Paul Weller prefers fags… but many are now trying the safer new way. Let us know your thoughts


Since the birth of rock and roll, through the glory days of punk and into more modern music has always been central to Western counterculture.

Just as music has played a central role in counterculture over the years, so too has smoking. Long seen as something rebellious and edgy, smoking has always appealed to people who want to be seen as hip or unconventional. Whilst the appeal of counterculture isn’t going anywhere, the role that smoking plays in that counterculture is rapidly diminishing. The unstoppable rise of vaping has seen it take over from smoking, as the new cool and alternative thing to get into.

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El Goodo ‘Sit And Wonder’

An exclusive video premiere for ‘I Sit And Wonder’ from EL GOODO’s forthcoming, and eagerly awaited, album By Order Of The Moose


The band say: “The track ‘I Sit And Wonder’ was an attempt to do something like Zager & Evans’ ‘In The Year 2525’, but it didn’t turn out like that. The lyrics were based on war films like Come And See, Ivan’s Childhood and Red Daw.”

*** during the EFL Sky Bet Championship match between Cardiff City and Brentford at the Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff, Wales on 8 April 2017. Photo by Andrew Lewis.
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Shindig! Broadcast #38

Jon ‘Mojo’ Mills and Thomas Patterson are joined by Craig Pennington from The Liverpool International Festival Of Psychedelia, to discuss… ermmm… you know


 

Tracklist

The Focus Group – Hazy Time

3 Degrees – Collage

Childhood – Californian Light

CRB – Behold The Seer

Can – I Want More

Spirit – Victim Of Society

Trad Gras Och Stenar – Sorgmarschen

Witch – You Better Know

The Black Angels – Indigo Meadows

The Proper Ornaments – Memories

Laetitia Sadier Source Ensemble Galactic Emergence

Castles – Fostereering

The Sonic Dawn – AS Of Lately

Once & Future Band – How Does It Make You Feel

TV Personalities – Smashing Time

Sundial – Exploding In Your Mind

Steve Ellis – Loots The Root

The Heliocentrics – Uptown Street Scene

The Small Faces – Don’t Burst My Bubble

Sandy Serjeant – Can’t Stop The Want

Paul Weller – Woo Sé Mama – Instrumental

Paul Weller – 22 Dreams

Little Barrie – Better Call Saul

Brinsley Scharwz – What’s Funny About Peace, Love & Understanding

Hampshire & Foat – A Long Way Home

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