Shindig! Broadcast #52

JON ‘MOJO’ MILLS goes it alone, meets The Lemon Twigs’ Michael and spins two hours of fab music


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1. Soho Radio Intro
2. The Millennium ‘Prelude’
4. The Lemon Twigs ‘If You Give Enough’
5. Jonathan Richman ‘Modern World’
6. Doug Tuttle ‘Twilight’
7. The Magnificent Tape Band ‘Danger’
8. Paul Steel ‘Yeti Rock’
9. The Asteroid No. 4 ‘Weeping Willow’
10. Big Kizz ‘High’
11. Zuider Zee ‘Quite A While’
12. Renee Armand ‘England’
13. George Martin ‘Sea Of Monsters’
14. Steve Gillette ‘Back On The Street Again’
15. Daniel Gérard ’Sexologie’
16. The Electric Prunes ‘Are You Loving Me More But Enjoying It Less’
17. The Steve Miller Band ‘Dear Mary’
18. Twice As Much ‘The Spinning Wheel’
19. John Cameron ’Dawn – Billy Sees Kes In The Tower’
20. Buffalo Springfield ‘The Hour Of Not Quite Rain’
21. Buffalo Springfield ‘I Am A Child
22. Dewey Martin & Medicine Ball ‘Indian Child’
23. The Grateful Dead ‘Born Cross Eyed’
24. Dave Evans ‘City Road’
25. Todd Rundgren’s Utopia ‘Slut’
26. The Rayders ‘A Working Man’
27. The Mourning After ‘Long Ways Back’
28. One Eleven Heavy ‘Valley Bottom Fever’
29. Frankie & The Witchfingers ‘Tea’
30. Eden Ahbez ‘The Market Place’
31. Archie Shepp ‘Attica Blues’
32. Blodwyn Pig ‘Worry’
33. Rick Henn & Company ‘Drainpipe’

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Paul Steel ‘Skydaddy’

We have just discovered PAUL STEEL, and we love his talent. His glossy Wilsonian, sugar coated Musical-intoned pocket symphonies stun. ‘Skydaddy’, taken from the forthcoming Carousel Kites album, gets the Shindig! exclusive


Excessive, irreverent pop made for it’s own sake, Carousel Kites is a psychedelic journey through the highest points of melodic pop sophistication. With nods to Gershwin, The Beatles, Todd Rundgren, The Beach Boys, Burt Bacharach, Phil Spector, The Free Design and The BBC Radiophonic Workshop.

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