January 20, 2015

There are plenty of Gulls Window Circus shows that start off or have a few rock songs buried within – this show flips that and has 2 non-rock songs at the start, before progressing to a rock show, with highlights such as Pajama Slave Dancers America cover, a 1973 Foghat track (classic!), a 1975 Pavlov’s Dog track, then to 1977, Mink Deville exhibiting the wide-reaching sounds of NYC CBGB ground zero, and 1981 LA with Gleaming Spires (bassist and drummer of ‘Whomp That Sucker’-era Sparks), then to 1984 late period Edward Ball (The Times).

Breaking Circus

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

Artist Song Release Label
Disco Deviance Zulu Nation (Eddie C Edit) Digital Deviance Vol. 4 Disco Deviance
Soul Liberation Who Is Your Friend Muro Diggin’ Ubiquity Ultra-Vybe
ImpLOG On Broadway Holland Tunnel Dive Dark Entries
Timmy’s Organism Sadness Walks Singles & Unreleased Tracks Hozac
Pajama Slave Dancers Horse With No Name Cheap Is Real Pajamarama
Mink Deville She’s So Tough Cabretta Capital
Keith Richards Make No Mistake Talk Is Cheap Virgin
Dinosaurs Mona Dinosaurs Relix
Breaking Circus (Knife In The) Marathon The Very Long Fuse Homestead

Artist Song Release Label
Breaking Circus (Knife In The) Marathon The Very Long Fuse Homestead
The Times Blue Fire Hello Europe Artpop!
Pavlov’s Dog Natchez Trace Pampered Menial ABC
Steve Harley and Cockney Rebel 49th Parallel The best years of our lives EMI
Iggy Pop Turn Blue lust for life 4 Men With Beards
Foghat Long way to go Drivin’ Wheels RAVEN
Gleaming Spires Going Hey Hey Songs of the Spires Futurismo
Devo Smart Patrol / Mr. DNA Miracle Witness Hour Futurismo

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