Category Archives: recorded at home

#439

November 3, 2020

The first hour of this (as usual!) all-vinyl show covers 12″ singles that flirt with various soul/funk/tropical/disco/balearic/dirty ambient sounds, then the second hour starts with three tracks in the ancient future genre, then surrenders to deep house and runs with it for the remainder of the show.

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Part One
Artist Song Release Label
Dave Baker Glow of Love (Waxist Dub Version) Glow of Love Favorite Recordings
Ohio Players Pain Al-Tone Edits 0001 Al-Tone Edits
Tone B Nimble Whatcha Doin To Me Edited By Al-Tone Edits 0003 Al-Tone Edits
Escort ‎ Barbarians (Tiger & Woods Remix) Animal Nature Escort Records
Giuseppe Leonardi Earth Flat MenteMente Second Circle
Vox Populi! Shamgah Myscitismes Platform 23 Records
Torn Sail Birds (Tiago Remix) Birds Claremont 56
Blair French Jeans The Art Of Us Rocksteady Disco
Blair French Genes The Art of Us Rocksteady Disco
Moralez feat. Zombierella Metal Gear In The Dark Again 09 In The Dark Again
Part Two
Artist Song Release Label
Sunken Cages Sounds of the Zanzi Door To The Cosmos On The Corner Records ‎
Guedra Guedra ft Taxi Kabir Couscouse Curtain Door To The Cosmos On The Corner Records ‎
Azu Tiwaline ft Cinna Peyghamy Violet Curves Door To The Cosmos On The Corner Records ‎
Plastic Ivy Ode: In Advance of Loss Spots of Time Kraftjerkz ‎
Jon Dixon Proceed NDATL Special Edition 2020 *Covid Edition NDATL Muzik
Litia~Loe Each Dawn Every Dawn Each Dawn Every Dawn Mixed Signals
Harold Lucious I Like It Reconnected Mixed Signals
Eros Go For It Go For It Mixed Signals
4 A.M. Just Wait And See (Deepest Mix) Beat Per Bar / 4 A.M. EP Mixed Signals
Webb Who Am I? Elevate Mixed Signals

#438

October 20, 2020

Electronic, disco, soul/funk Record Store Day releases from 2020 Drops 1 and 2 in the first hour, quality 12″ singles in the second hour. Special attention to the Long Island NY band Cross Island, and the brand new 2020 A Certain Ratio record. The Bobby Moore track (Call Me Your) Anything Man has been running through my head all week. The second hour closes with tracks from two Ace 45th Anniversary 7”s. All tracks are aces in this show, no matter what label they are on.

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Part One
Artist Song Release Label
Caress Catch The Rhythm (7″ Edit By Mr. K) The Mr. K Edits (The Garage Box) Most Excellent Unlimited
Celestial Choir Stand On The Word (Edit By Mr. K) Stand On The Word Most Excellent Unlimited ‎
Human Race Human Race Human Race Gem Records
Marcy Luarks & Classic Touch I Don’t Want To Share Your Love Electric Murder Kalita Records ‎
Gaston Clap Song My Queen Soul Brother Records
RAH Band Float Producers Choice Atjazz Record Company
Halo Let Me Do It (Re-Edit) Let Me Do It (Re-Edit) Expansion
Bobby Moore (Call Me Your) Anything Man (Call Me Your) Anything Man Soul Brother Records
Sweet Music I Get Lifted (Call Me Your) Anything Man Soul Brother Records
Part Two
Artist Song Release Label
Henry Greenwood Buffalo Dance Buffalo Dance A&R Edits
Cross Island East Of The Apple (Al Kent Remix) East Of The Apple Kalita Records
A Certain Ratio Taxi Guy ACR Loco Mute
Paul Robinson Come On Sister Come On Sister Emotional Rescue
One Blood Be Thankful (Lexx Discomix) Be Thankful Emotional Rescue
Arnold Shuffler And His Friends Love Love Black Pearl Records
Brenda Jones Super Stroke Super Stroke Expansion
James Knight & The Butlers Save Me Save Me Cat
Denise & Abe Ain’t That Lovin’ Ain’t That Lovin’ Ace
Rubba Way Star Way Star Ace

#437

October 13, 2020

This show covers the second RSD drop from September 26. It also includes some Drop 1 items that didn’t come into my attention until recently. I draw your attention to the three Sunbeam Records RSD releases featured herein. Raw Material, Wizz Jones and The Fallen Angels LPs will make me follow this label closely from now on. Also, the expanded Gang War LP has lots of tracks that were not on the original, and reminds me how great Johnny Thunders was. The final Television Personalities singles compilation was a very pleasant surprise as well.

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Part One
Artist Song Release Label
Wizz Jones Earl’s Court Breakdown (Based On Trambone By Chet Atkins) Wizz Jones Sunbeam Records
America Simple Life (Alternate Mix) Heritage II: Demos/Alternate Takes 1971-1976 Omnivore Recordings
Andrew Gold Don’t Bring Me Down Something New: Unreleased Gold Omnivore Recordings
Joan Bibiloni Una Vida Llarga I Tranquila Selected Works 1982 to 1989 NuNorthern Soul
Solomon Burke Precious Flower Back To My Roots Chess
Raw Material Bobo’s Party Raw Material Sunbeam Records
Meat Puppets Multiply Meat Puppets Megaforce Records
Hanterhir Schizophrenia Schizophrenia Easy Action
Marty Willson-Piper No One There Nightjar Schoolkids Records
Yardbirds Happenings Ten Years Time Ago (A-Side Single) Roger The Engineer Demon Records
Television Personalities Do You Think If You Were Beautiful You’d Be Happy? Some Kind Of Happiness? Singles 1994-1999 Fire Records
Part Two
Artist Song Release Label
Eddie and The Hot Rods On The Run Get Your Rocks Off Jungle Records ‎
The Gun Club House On Highland Avenue Live In London 1983 Blixa Sounds
Johnny Thunders & Wayne Kramer ‘s Gang War! Like A Rolling Stone Johnny Thunders & Wayne Kramer ‘s Gang War! Jungle Records
Gray Never Gonna Leave New York City Never Gonna Leave New York City Anasyrma Record Label
Second Layer ‎ In Bits World Of Rubber Radiation Records
The Fallen Angels Signed D.C. Paradise Lost Sunbeam Records
Parish Hall Lucanna Parish Hall Craft Recordings ‎
Hanterhir Dancing Out In Space Schizophrenia Easy Action
The Pooh Sticks Dying For It Dying For It Glass Modern
The Vaselines Dying For It Dying For It Glass Modern
Raw Material Badge Raw Material Sunbeam Records
Television Personalities She Lives For The Moment Some Kind Of Happiness? Singles 1994-1999 Fire Records
Wizz Jones Can’t Stop Thinking About It Wizz Jones Sunbeam Records

#436

October 6, 2020

This year’s Record Store Day was broken into 3 drops. This is part 2 of a show that covers the first drop from August 29. You will hear the same RSD records in the same order, but different tracks than last week. I think this gives two shades of view and really opens up a better appreciation of the releases that came out. I hope you enjoy as I did.

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Part One
Artist Song Release Label
Bowie Foot Stompin’ / I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate / Foot Stompin’ I’m Only Dancing (The Soul Tour 74) Parlophone
Hawkwind Brainstorm (Johnnie Walker Radio 1 Session) At The BBC – 1972 Parlophone UK
Doctors Of Madness Walk Of Shame Dark Times Cherry Bomb Records
Kelley Stoltz Happy Death Men Crockodials Nine x Nine
BMX Banditos Top Shop Girl C86 Glass Modern
Neil Young White Line Homegrown Reprise
100 Flowers ‎ Bunkers Drawing Fire + In The Red Recordings
Groundhogs Split-Part Four Split Fire
The Rockets Won’t You Say You’ll Stay The Land Of Sensations & Delights: The Psych Pop Sounds Of White Whale Records, 1965–1970 Craft Recordings
Triste Janero In The Garden The Land Of Sensations & Delights: The Psych Pop Sounds Of White Whale Records, 1965–1970 Craft Recordings
Cradle Ted The History Modern Harmonic
The Telescopes From the Inner Void I Fear… Altered Perception Space Age Recordings
Womanhaters Cry 816 Cleveland Confidential Superior Viaduct
Severe Her Name Was Jane Cleveland Confidential Superior Viaduct
Part Two
Artist Song Release Label
Roxy Music If There Is Something Roxy Music Steven Wilson Stereo Mix Virgin Records
The Pale Fountains Lavinia’s Dream Longshot For Your Love Marina Records
Doctor Ross Cat Squirrel Sunrise On The Blues: Sun Records Curated By Record Store Day Volume 7 Sun Records Curated By Record Store Day
The Wild Tchoupitoulas Big Chief Got A Golden Crown The Wild Tchoupitoulas Jackpot Records
Luiz Eça Y La Familia Sagrada Atras Das Portas Da Tarde La Nueva Onda del Brasil ViNiLiSSSiMO
Tommy Bolin Savannah Woman (remix) Tommy Bolin Lives Friday Music
The Who Here ‘Tis Odds & Sods Track Record
The Who Young Man Blues Odds & Sods Track Record
Ike Yard Night After Night Night After Night Superior Viaduct
Kim Salmon Let’s All Get Destroyed Let’s All Get Destroyed In The Red
The Dicks The Dicks Hate The Police The Dicks Hate The Police 1-2-3-4 Go! Records
The Ex ‎ Human Car All Corpses Smell The Same Superior Viaduct
The Ex Rock ‘N’ Roll-Stoel All Corpses Smell the Same Superior Viaduct
The Soft Boys Vegetable Man I Wanna Destroy You / Near The Soft Boys Yep Roc Records
The Soft Boys Strange I Wanna Destroy You / Near The Soft Boys Yep Roc Records
Gun Club Psycho Eternally Is Here In The Red Recordings

#435

September 29, 2020

This year’s Record Store Day was broken into 3 drops. This show covers the first drop from August 29. Almost everything is rock, except The Wild Tchoupitoulas and Luiz Eça Y La Familia Sagrada – all of it is 100% Gull approved. Next week will be different songs from the same records, allowing a deeper look at the many excellent releases that came out.

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Part One
Artist Song Release Label
Bowie Love Me Do / The Jean Genie I’m Only Dancing (The Soul Tour 74) Parlophone
Hawkwind Seven By Seven At The BBC – 1972 Parlophone
Doctors Of Madness This Is How to Die Dark Times Molecular Scream
Kelley Stoltz Do It Clean Crockodials Nine x Nine
BMX Banditos Whirlpool C86 Glass Modern
Neil Young Florida Homegrown Reprise Records
100 Flowers ‎ Reject Yourself Drawing Fire + In The Red Recordings
Groundhogs Cherry Red Split Fire
The Clique Superman The Land Of Sensations & Delights: The Psych Pop Sounds Of White Whale Records, 1965–1970 Craft Recordings
The Telescopes Soul Full Of Tears Altered Perception Space Age Recordings
Cradle Dream The History Modern Harmonic
Keith Matic I Really Want To Stay (Lost In Rome) Cleveland Confidential Superior Viaduct ‎
Part Two
Artist Song Release Label
The Pale Fountains Palm Of My Hand Longshot For Your Love Marina Records
Roxy Music Would You Believe? Roxy Music Virgin EMI Records
Rosco Gordon Let’s Get High Sunrise On The Blues: Sun Records Curated By Record Store Day Volume 7 Sun Records Curated By Record Store Day
The Wild Tchoupitoulas Meet De Boys On The Battlefront The Wild Tchoupitoulas Jackpot Records
Luiz Eça Y La Familia Sagrada Sa Marina La Nueva Onda De Brasil ViNiLiSSSiMO
Tommy Bolin Alexis Tommy Bolin Lives Friday Rights Management, LLC
The Who Zoot Suit Odds & Sods Track Record
Kim Salmon Unadulterated Let’s All Get Destroyed In The Red Recordings
The Gun Club Eternally Is Here Eternally Is Here In The Red Recordings
Ike Yard Cherish Night After Night Superior Viaduct
Ruts DC ‎ War On Crime Version War On Crime In The Red Records
The Ex ‎ Apathy Disease All Corpses Smell The Same Superior Viaduct
The Dicks All Night Fever The Dicks Hate The Police 1-2-3-4 Go! Records
The Soft Boys I’m an Old Pervert (Disco) I Wanna Destroy You / Near The Soft Boys Yep Roc Records
Detroit Cobras Feel Good Feel Good Wild Honey Records

#434

September 22, 2020

Pretty much free floating play-what-I-feel-like-listening-to set. Lots of interesting stuff pulled from the shelves. My personal item of interest is the Green On Red BBC Transcription Service LP track – wow!

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Part One
Artist Song Release Label
The Gist This Is Love Rough Trade Records Compilation Phonogram GmbH
Crisrail Meteora The Game of Music Athens Of The North
Inger Lorre Monitor Live At The Viper Room Sweet Nothing Records
Alice Cooper Unfinished Sweet Billion Dollar Babies Warner Bros. Records ‎
Native Tongue All Wronged Up Native Tongue Détente Records
Pagans Heart Of Stone What’s This Shit? 1977/1979 Thermionic Records
Pulsallama Ulsapay Amallay Pulsallama Modern Harmonic
Green Seagull Dead and Gone Cloud Cover Mega Dodo
Bob Mosley Squaw Valley Nils (Hocked Soul) Bob Mosley Reprise Records
Kursaal Flyers Speedway Chocs Away! UK Records
Razorcuts Come My Way The World Keeps Turning Optic Nerve Recordings ‎
Restricted Code The New Messiah Second City Statik – A Glasgow Compilation Statik Records
Mane The Cage Alpha Female Digital Regress
Violence Creeps Shadow Of The Glove Soul Narc Digital Regress
Exek Unetiquetted Some Beautiful Species Left ANTI FADE records
Part Two
Artist Song Release Label
Primo! Perfect Paper Sogni Upset The Rhythm
Maxine Funke Second Hand Store Felt Digital Regress
The Kiwi Animal Going Hands Mercy Digital Regress
The Kiwi Animal Mudsinging Mercy Digital Regress
Green On Red Fading Away In Concert-459 BBC Transcription Services
Green On Red Zombie For Love In Concert-459 BBC Transcription Services
Alastair Galbraith Fall Morse Digital Regress
O Yuki Conjugate A Darker Belief Peyote B.F.E Records
DJ Pippi & Willie Graff Saxolicious Lunares Leng
A Certain Ratio Friends Around Us (Part 2) Friends Around Us (Part 1 And 2) Mute
John Beltran As The Sun Back To Bahia MotorCity Wine Recordings
Social Lovers Love Come Down Love Come Down Tugboat Editions
Andrés Rock Juice Allegria de Vino Vol. 2 MotorCity Wine Recordings

#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.

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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

#432

September 1, 2020

What is this show? Maybe better to ask what it isn’t… Starts off consistent with soul funk boogie during the first hour, but in the second hour starts to mutate through beat tracks, 60s Mod, balearic, then ambient to take you on a full trip whose concept was solidified from the first track of hour one. I would direct you to be sure to hear the D-Day and Al Tone tracks. Having listened to this finished show twice, if you want to hear how good an ambient track can be, play the Jonny Nash, Suzanne Kraft track!

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Part One
Artist Song Release Label
Jade 4U Rainbows (Midnight Mix) Retour Au Club Meduse Compiled by Charles Bals Spacetalk Records
Bread & Butter Pink Shadow Pacific Breeze 2: Japanese City Pop, AOR & Boogie 1972-1986 Light In The Attic
Jarmaz Night City Life (Disco Remix) Night City Life Spacetalk Records
Yves Simon Amazoniaque (La Decadanse Edit) DDR003 Deviant Disco Records
Captain Mustard Quiet Move (Special Dance Mix) Fingertracks: Vol 1 ESP Institute
D-Day Sweet Sultan Magic Carpet : Contemporary Music 1982-1994 Harmonie Exotic
Tom Sanders I’ll Get To That Stone Crush: Memphis Modern Soul 1977-1987 Light In The Attic
Revelation Feel The Music Love Affairs Tambourine Party Records
Al-Tone Why They Say Al-Tone Edits 0002 Al-Tone Edits
The Masqueraders Do You Love Me Baby? We’re Gonna Have A Party! The Soul Of Wand Records Sundazed Music
The Pearls On And On (Waxist Edit) On And On Isle Of Jura Records
Andrew Kitchen Attack Of The Boogie (TZ + Hersh Edit) Attack Of The Chicago Boogie Star Creature
Part Two
Artist Song Release Label
African People Aaaaaahh!! Cosmic Discotheque Vol.2 Naughty Rhythm Records
Life Cat’s Eyes Cosmic Discotheque – 12 Junkshop Disco Funk Gems From The 70s Take It Acid Is
The Black On White Affair Bold Soul Sister, Bold Soul Brother Kearney Barton: Architect of the Northwest Sound Light In The Attic
Goldie & The Gingerbreads Look For Me Baby Girls With Guitars Know Why! Ace
St. Louis Union Think About Me A North Side Story Wyldwax
Force Five Yeah I’m Waiting Yeah I’m Waiting Wyldwax
Petros Skoutaris Yusurum – Part I Tropika Into The Light Records
Ferdi Fading Away All One Claremont 56
LNS Pizzica Tarantata n.014 rework Tarantismo: Odyssey of an Italian Ritual FLEE
Hear & Now Alba Sol Alba Sol Claremont 56
Jonny Nash, Suzanne Kraft Knife A Heart So White Melody As Truth
Fools Source Fools’ Harp, Vol. 1 Music From Memory

#431

August 25, 2020

LP tracks show of what I am calling fuzzy/fringe. That is, what stated as a paunk show, upon closer examination, became a melange of bands slightly outisde the typical boundaries of that sound. They had a fuzzy connection to punk, and were all fringe members of the punk community. So there you go, fuzzy/fringe. Many tracks I loved so much listinging to over and over as I prepared this. I will especially draw attention to Eddie Criss Group, with their track that reminded me of ‘The In Crowd’ as interpreted by Bryan Ferry, SF’s House Of Pants, Richmond VA’s Prevaricators from their critically despised second LP, and to cover star Bill Case, who proves that you don’t have to look effeminate to be glam!

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Part One
Artist Song Release Label
The Bleak Engineers Multidimensional Way (Deviant Version) New Frontiers Six Tonnes De Chair Records
Pagans Final Solution Pirate’s Cove 9/24/79 Thermionic Records
Whirlywirld Boys Of The Badlands Complete Discography 1978 80 HoZac
The Pop Group She Is Beyond Good And Evil She Is Beyond Good And Evil Radar Records
Senyawa & Stephen O’Malley ‎ Bima Dan Ular Naga, Part I Bima Sakti iDEAL Recordings
Snuky Tate My Girl Babylon Under Pressure Animal Records
Dick Taylor & The Red Squirls Edith Groove Rolling Stone: Life And Death Of Brian Jones MVD Audio
Eddie Criss Group Killer Undertaker HoZac Archival
Wipers ‎ Just A Dream Away Land Of The Lost Jackpot Records
14th Wish 14th Wish 14th Wish HoZac Records
Mission Of Burma Peking Spring Peking Spring Taang! Records
The Reducers Screaming Too Cruise To Nowhere Rave On Records
Bill Case I’m Your Hero Bootboy Discotheque You Better Run Records ‎
Sunflower Bean ‎ Come For Me King Of The Dudes Mom+Pop
Part Two
Artist Song Release Label
Signals Gotta Let Go Rodney On The ROQ Vol. III Posh Boy
The Chicks I Feel Fine The Sound Of The ‘Chicks’ Sundazed
Personal Effects ‎ I Had Everything This Is It Earring Records
The Scruffs Never Too Late Teenage Tragedies 1974​​-​​1979 Pop Supérette
House Of Pants Scenes Pressed Amorous Records
Coloured Balls Flash Liberate Rock Singles and More 1972-1975 Just Add Water
Short Dogs Grow Schoolhouse Matt Dillon Rough Trade
Prevaricators Slowlife Detente Disrupted Records
Roger C. Reale & Rue Morgue I Can’t Control Myself Radio Active Big Sound
Running From Daylight Coffin For Two Missing Fink Records Presents: A Spooktacular Christmas Missing Fink Records
Faz Waltz Rock’n’Roll Is Tough Rebel Kicks Spaghetty Town Records
The Radiators Confidential Ghostown Chiswick Records
The Exploding Hearts Shattered (You Left Me) Shattered Dirtnap Records
The Last She Don’t Know Why I’m Here L.A. Explosion! BOMP!
Zac Superhero Zac Damaged Goods
E. Coli Monsters To Drool Triple X Records

#430

August 18, 2020

LP tracks show of a rock sub-genre I am calling ‘coasting’ – that is, tracks where the artist lets space permeate the track a little more than usual, giving them a smooth groove feel. One of the things I learned this show was that many of the tracks that follow this model end in a fade out. I think there are many great tracks you will want to hear, though I will especially call out the Ray Alexander Technique track in the second hour. Looking through the cuts, I have to say there is nothing here I would NOT steer you to if you were sitting in the room with me.

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Part One
Artist Song Release Label
The Distractions Nothing Lasts Go Dark Occultation Recordings
Matthew Sweet & Susanna Hoffs Melissa Under the Covers: The Best of Matthew Sweet & Susanna Hoffs Demon Records
Alejandro Escovedo Diana More Oar – A Tribute To The Skip Spence Album Modern Harmonic
ZZ Top Jesus Just Left Chicago Tres Hombres London Records
Karen Marks You Bring These Things Cold Café Efficient Space
Belle Gonzalez Bottles Bob Stanley & Pete Wiggs ‎– English Weather Ace
McCarthy The Myth Of The North-South Divide The Enraged Will Inherit The Earth Optic Nerve Recordings
The Embarrassment ‎ Beautiful Day God Help Us Bar/None Records
Jim Sullivan Sonny Jim Jim Sullivan Light In The Attic
Big Front Yard On The Hill Big Front Yard Thylacine Records
Hairband Bee Hairband Monorail Music ‎
Paul Weller On Sunset On Sunset Polydor
Traffic Hidden Treasure Bob Stanley & Pete Wiggs ‎– Occasional Rain Ace
Part Two
Artist Song Release Label
Torgeir Waldemar Truncated Souls Love Jansen Records
The Springfields Tomorrow Ends Today Singles 1986-1991 Slumberland Records
Jordan Jones Waiting Jordan Jones Spaghetty Town Records
Irmão Victor A Flor Do Meu Bairro Se Mandou Irmão Victor Pop Supérette
Mood Six Eternal A Matter Of! PVC Records ‎
Wizzard I Dun Lotsa Cryin’ Over You Introducing Eddy And The Falcons Warner Bros. Records ‎
Chris Spedding Woman Trouble Hurt RAK
The Cure ‎ Accuracy Rare 70s Recordings 18 Age Records ‎
The Voids I’m In A Fix Sunlight Glide – 15 Flower Power Trippers From The 60s & 70s Take It Acid Is
Richard Hell & The Voidoids Betrayal Takes Two Blank Generation Sire
Joe Ghatt ‎ Farewell Banana Sludge Third Eye Stimuli Records
Ray Alexander Technique My World Let’s Talk Now-Again Records
Nick Lowe, Los Straitjackets Venus Lay It On Me Yep Roc Records ‎
Razorcuts Sorry to Embarrass You Storyteller Optic Nerve Recordings
Brinsley Schwarz Hey Baby (They’re Playing Our Song) It’s All Over Now Mega Dodo