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Pop! The Beat Bubble Burst (Music)

Pop! The Beat Bubble Burst explores the music of the sixties with an emphasis on British Invasion and Mersey Beat. It then traces those branches to the present day by playing music that echoes the music of the sixties including power pop, jangle pop, pub rock, glitter and glam rock, neo-psychedelia and indie pop.

Thu Oct 12th 2017 10.00am–12.00pm

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links help support the station.

Time zone: central


Wayne Givens “Pop! The Beat Bubble Burst Theme Song”
from Single (Wayne Givens 2011) L


Grapefruit “someday”
from Around Grapefruit (Dunhill 1968)


Andy Shernoff “Hey Boys”
from Don't Fade Away - EP (Yazoo Squelch Audio Society 2012) —One of the original Dictators in which he was the principal song-writer.


Matthew Sweet “Ballad of El Goodo”
from Big Star Small World (KOCH Records 2006)


Big Star “September Gurls (Studio Rehearsal)”
from Nobody Can Dance (Norton 2006)


Dwight Twilley “Girls”
from Jungle (Capitol Records 1984) —With Tom Petty on background vocals.


Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers “Strangered In the Night”
from Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers (MCA 1976) —Featuring Dwight Twilley and Phil Seymour on background vocals.


Dwight Twilley Band “Looking for the Magic”
from twilley don't mind (Arista 1977) —Featuring Tom Petty on guitar. Also appears on the video for this song - playing bass!


The 101'ers “Keys to your Heart”
from Pub Rock: Paving The Way For Punk Rock (Beloved Recordings 1998)


Whoa Thunder “What Not to Say”
from The Depths of the Deep End - EP (Blip Blap! 2017) L —This Saturday 10/14 at KDHXfest: 12:45 PM Whoa Thunder- Main Stage


M Ross Perkins “Someone else”
from M Ross Perkins (sofaburn www.sofaburn.com 2016) —Same Title ...Different Song.


Emitt Rhodes “Someone else”
from Rainbow Ends (Omnivore Recordings 2016)


Groovy Uncle “Our Gary's No Fool (feat. Suzi Chunk)”
from A Clip Round the Ear (feat. Suzi Chunk) (Trouserphonic 2017)


The Monkees “I Won't Be the Same Without Her”
from Instant Replay (Colgems 1969) —Goffin ? King cover


Flamin' Groovies “Don't Talk to Strangers”
from Fantastic Plastic (Sonic Kicks 2017) —Beau Brummels cover


Jimmy McCracklin “the walk”
from John Lennon's Jukebox (Virgin 2004)


Paul McCartney “I Want You To Fly”
from Jenny Wren Maxi Single (Parlophone 2005) —Featuring Jason Falkner (from Jellyfish) on guitar and produced By Nigel Godrich.


Tom Petty “To Find a Friend”
from Wildflowers (Warner Bros. 1994) —Featuring Ringo Starr on drums.


Tommy James & The Shondells “Big Time Operator”
from It's Only Love (Roulette 1966)


Clovis Roblaine “I Hate Love”
from The Clovis Roblaine Story (Clovis Roblaine 2008)


Los Mockers “Let me try again”
from Los Mockers (Munster 1966)


Mashmakhan “Children of the sun”
from Mashmakhan/Family (Epic 1971) —A two-fer CD with the band's first two records on one CD from '70 and '71.


The Golden Fleece “A Song To Greet You”
from A Time To Kill EP (The Golden Fleece 2017)


Terry Draper “Amelia”
from Remarkable Women (TerryTunes Records 2017) N  —Founding member of Klaatu. All songs about remarkable women thoughout history.


Blind Faith “Had to Cry Today”
from Blind Faith (Polydor Records 1969)


Joe Walsh “Hi-Roller Baby”
from Analog Man (Concord Music Group 2012) —Jeff Lynne production.


The Forty Nineteens “Time is on my side”
from Good Fortune (Rock Ranch Records www.thefortynineteens.com 2017) N  —So I said this was a Stones cover - however, that's not entirely correct. Written by Jerry Ragevoy and first recorded by Kai Winding as an instrumental in 1963 and then the following year with lyrics by Irma Thomas and then the Rolling Stones.

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