#433

September 15, 2020

A rock show that should prove most pleasing. The RSD on August 29 saw the rerelease of the Cleveland Confidential compilation. We will get to that in a few weeks, but this show starts off with two Cleveland area bands, BPA and Qi-ZZ. Immediately following, two of my favorites, Naked Prey and Nymphs (Inger Lorre). The Flamin’ Groovies do a 1974 track that foreshadows their signature Shake Some Action track, then another personal fave band Leaving Trains, followed by the Sid & Nancy story chronicled by fellow NYC artist Philip Rambow. A Dan Stuart (Green On Red) track that is not on any of his records, a song by the recently departed Walter Lure (Waldos) and three jewels (Tommy Hoehn, Ned Doheny and Mats Wawa) and you have one heck of a show.

Listen to this show – Part Two appears further down the page

Part One
Artist Song Release Label
BPA ‎ My Son Maybe Use My Knife 1980-1986 Shake It! Records
Qi-ZZ Beach Music Auto Glamour Sound: A Hospital Records Compilation Shake It! Records
Naked Prey Love Me To Death And Then I Shot Everyone ¡Epiphany! ‎
Nymphs Cold / Cats Nymphs DGC
The Flamin’ Groovies Blues from Phyllis Between The Lines The Complete Jordan/Wilson Songbook ’71-81 Grown Up Wrong!
The Leaving Trains Smoke Follows Beauty Smoke Follows Beauty SST Records
Philip Rambow Victim The Rebel Kind: Anthology 1972-2020 Cherry Red Records
The Long Ryders I Want You Bad Two Fisted Tales Cherry Red
Steve Harley Out Of Time Uncovered Absolute
Neil Young Separate Ways Homegrown Reprise
Dan Stuart Everybody’s Happy Five Years Of Fluff And Gravy Fluff And Gravy Records
Peter Perrett Hard to Say No How The West Was Won Domino Recording Co
The Stroppies Holes in Everything Look Alive Tough Love Records
Pointed Sticks Perfect Youth Perfect Youth Sudden Death Records
20/20 Nuclear Boy Come On Let’s Go! (Power Pop Gems From The 70s & 80s) Ace
Part Two
Artist Song Release Label
Fotomaker Two Can Make It Work The Fotomaker Collection Rhino Atlantic
The Hollywood Stars Escape Sound City Burger
Greg ‘Stackhouse’ Prevost Signed D.C. Universal Vagrant Mean Disposition
Groundhogs Split-Part Two Split Fire
Cycle Rich Man, Poor Man, Pig Cosmic Clouds Rise Above Relics
Be Bop Deluxe Third Floor Heaven Axe Victim Esoteric Recordings
Tear Gas Look What Else Is Happenin’ Piggy Go Getter Esoteric Recordings
The Waldos Sorry Rent Party Jungle
Sleepers Seventh World The Less An Object Tim/Kerr Records
Tommy Hoehn I Know I Love You Now Losing You To Sleep Air Mail Recordings
Ned Doheny Between Two Worlds The Darkness Beyond the Fire Numero Group
Julian Cope That Ain’t No Way To Make A Million Self Civil War Head Heritage
Mats Wawa Psychedelic Overlord Mild Nights Flake Records
East River Pipe Put-Down Poor Fricky Merge Records

2 thoughts on “#433

  1. Pat Irwin

    I wanted to ask about who passed; you said something about the Heartbreakers, but then I saw it was someone from the Waldo’s. The spinitron chat is closed, hence my posting here :/

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