Sunday, October 10, 2010

B.W.'s PLAYLIST/ KHSU, 90.5/ SAT., 9 OCT. 2010

Former Thin Lizzy Irish frontman, Phil Lynott, released his first solo effort, Solo in Soho, in 1980. This star-studded gem (and Lynott's finest) is where Dirtbombs leader Mick Collins plucked Lynott's "Ode to a Blackman" for Ultraglide in Black.

A Salty Salute/ GUIDED BY VOICES (’95, Alien Lanes)

Do Li Do/ ENSEMBLE PIN (’08, Believer magazine comp.)

Another Man Done Gone/ ODETTA (’54, The Tin Angel)

Unreleased Backgrounds/ THE BEACH BOYS (’66, Pet Sounds)

Carolyn’s Fingers/ COCTEAU TWINS (’88, Blue Bell Knoll)

Soon/ MY BLOODY VALENTINE (’91, Loveless)

Moby Octopad/ YO LA TENGO (’97, I Can Hear the Heart Beat As One)

Kingdom of Lies/ FOLK IMPLOSION (’99, One Part Lullaby)

Hot Freaks/ GUIDED BY VOICES (94, Bee Thousand)

Pipeline/ JOHNNHY THUNDERS (’78, So Alone)

I Ain’t Nuthin’ But a Gorehound/ THE CRAMPS (’83, Smell of a Female)

Preachin’ the Blues/ GUN CLUB (’81, Fire of Love)


Down on the Street/ THE STOOGES (’70, Fun House)

Ode to a Black Man [Solo in Soho/ PHIL LYNOTT]/ THE DIRTBOMBS (’01, Ultraglide in Black)

Brown Paper Sack/ REIGNING SOUND (’02, Time Bomb High School)

Aw Sh*t Man/ THE MINUS 5 (’06, The Epistle Dedicatory)

Strange Town/ THE JAM (’79)

Everything at Once/ SUPERCHUNK (’10, Majesty Shredding)*

Only a Girl/ REDD KROSS (’93, Phaseshifter)

Don’t Lie to Me/ BIG STAR (’72, #1 Record)

Pretty Girls Go Insane/ OUTRAGEOUS CHERRY (’05, Our Love Will Change the World)

Crimson Enemy/ THE BATS (’09, The Guilty Office)

She’s Got Everything/ THE KINKS (’68, ’72 collection, Kinks Kronikles)

I Don’t Know/ THE UNDERTONES (’81, Positive Touch)

Rock Hard Times/ EELS (’03, Shootenany!)

Ghost World/ AIMEE MANN (’99, Bachelor No. 2)

Dear Boy/ PAUL McCARTNEY (’71, Ram)

Inside Story/ DON McGLASHAN (’10, Stroke: Songs For Chris Knox)

Happy Nightmare Baby/ OPAL (’87, Happy Nightmare Baby)

Come to Me/ MARK LANEGAN (w/ PJ HARVEY) (’04, Bubblegum)

Howl/ JUNIP (’10, Fields)*

You Goin’ Miss Your Candyman/ TERRY CALLIER (’72, What Color is Love)

*new or recent release


delo said...

Driving home from work last night I caught your program--flat out fantastic stuff! So glad we have people with music taste like yours on the Humboldt airwaves.

boy wonder said...

Thank you so much. Even though I'm sitting alone in a dark air booth at the radio station, it's great to know that there's someone out there listening (and digging) the stuff I put out there. I really enjoyed that show too, loads of great 90's/'80's garage stuff that kept me awake. Thanks again!