RADIO BROADCAST #270
06 – 01 – 14
Fanatics! Tonight, I write you from Oakland, California. I am up here for a few days working. Great weather, amazing sunsets.
Tonight's show, a virtual plethora of goodness, is made to make enjoy the summer temperatures and for all you Australians and New Zealanders, you will find this a fantastic playlist to enjoy as your part of the world is cooling off.
You will notice a Devo track from their amazing second album on Warner Bros., Duty Now for the Future. One of my favorite albums to play in this weather. Also, the warmer months demand some Sort Sol, so we answer the call.
I think my favorite track of the show is Clarinette's interpretation of U Got the Look. I am such a fan.
In our second hour, you will notice a little of the conceptual as we open and close with the great Eddie Hazel.
Ty Segall and Thee Oh Sees are in as well. If you have not checked Ty's Sleeper album, you really should. Same for Thee Oh Sees new album Drop. Greatness abounds
Sometimes, I wish our shows was hours long, so we could really drill down into all this even more Fanatically. We should be playing some of these albums all the way through but our time is limited and perhaps the show inspires to keep it happening with more tunes after the show is over.
We hope you enjoy the show.
Thank you very much for listening and STAY FANATIC!!!
– – Henry
See Henry's playlist on the next page…
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01. The Weirdos – Helium Bar / Weird World Vol. 1
02. The Fall – Totally Wired / The Fall Box Set
03. Doctor Mix & The Remix – No Fun (single A side mix) / Wall of Noise
04. Coyle & Sharpe – Vocal Projection / On the Loose
05. Devo – Blockhead / Duty Now for the Future
06. Sort Sol – Abyss / Dagger & Guitar
07. The Buzzcocks – I Need / Another Music In A Different Kitchen
08. The Birthday Party – Pleasure Avalanche / Peel Sessions
09. Dillinger – Melting Pot / Ultimate Collection
10. Eddy Current Suppression Ring – T.A.L.O.I.G.A. / So Many Things
11. UK Subs – Keep On Running / Diminished Responsibilities
12. King Crimson – Dig Me / Three of a Perfect Pair
13. VUM – Psychic Wind / Psychotropic Jukebox
14. Le Butcherettes – Tainted In Sin / Sin Sin Sin
15. Eno – The True Wheel / Taking Tiger Mountain
01. Eddie Haze – California Dreamin' / Game, Dames And Guitar Thangs
02. David Bowie – Where Have All The Good Times Gone / Pin Ups
03. The Fontaine Toups – TFT / TFT
04. Screamin' Jay Hawkins – Frenzy / Cow Fingers And Mosquito Pie
05. Richard Berry – Louie, Louie / Have “Louie” Will Travel
06. Clarinette – Impressions Of “U Got The Look” / Network Transmissions
07. Brief Weeds (It's So Hard Not To) Say Hello / International Hip Swing
08. Manifesto – E Dub / Manifesto
09. Viletones – Possibilities / A Taste of Honey
10. Minutemen – Games / The Punch Line
11. Ty Segall – Sleeper / Sleeper
12. Thee Oh Sees – Head of State / Dog Poison
13. Doctor Ross – Shake 'Em On Down / Sun Records: The Blues Years
14. Television – See No Evil / Marquee Moon
15. Eddie Hazel – California Dreamin' (Reprise) / Game, Dames and Guitar Thangs
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