Sunday, March 6, 2011

B.W.'s PLAYLIST/ KHSU, 90.5/ SAT., 5 MARCH 2011

Dum Dum Girls' leader, Kirstin Gundred (aka "Dee Dee") will be releasing four previously unreleased songs, He Gets Me High, produced by Richard Gottehrer, who produced Dum Dum Girls' 2010 debut full-length. Included is a cover of The Smiths' "There is a Light That Never Goes Out." However, the excellent cut is the title track, reminiscent (in sound) to The Smiths' "Queen Is Dead." "He Gets Me High" may provide the new avenue for the impressive young songwriting talents of Gundred. Keep an eye out...

Canto de Ossanha (Let Go)/ ASTRUD GILBERTO (’69)

Corduroy/ LOS AMIGOS INVISIBLES (’11, Not So Commercial)*

Yellow Soul Force (Parts II & III)/ MOUNTAIN MOCHA KILAMANJARO (’09, self titled)

Return to Gijon/ NEW MASTERSOUNDS (’07, 102%)

Cissy Strut/ THE METERS (’69)

Ride Your Pony/ LEE DORSEY (’66)

Bong Ja Bong/ DAW BANDON (’60s, ’09 collection, Siamese Soul: Thai Spectacular 1960s-80s , Vol 2)

Shine/ THE PARTING GIFTS (’10, Strychnine Dandelion)

Nobody/ THE REPLACEMENTS (’90, All Shook Down)

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

Cream/ PRINCE (’91, Diamonds and Pearls)

Jeepster/ T. REX (’71, Electric Warrior)

Tonight We’ll Ride/ MATTHEW SWEET (’03, Kimi Ga Suki* Raifu)

Sparky’s Dream/ TEENAGE FANCLUB (’95, Grand Prix)

On My Way/ SNAKEHIPS (’97, Memphis Juke)

1976/ BASEBALL PROJECT (’11, Vol. 2: High & Inside)*

1976/ REDD KROSS (’90, Third Eye)

Black Diamond/ THE REPLACEMENTS (’84, Let It Be)

He Gets Me High/ DUM DUM GIRLS (’11, He Gets Me High ep)*

S.F. Sorrow/ SF SEALS (’95, Truth Walks in Sleepy Shadows)

The Way to Market Station/ THE AISLERS SET (’00, The Last Match)

Behold a Marvel in the Darkness/ DEERHOOF (’11, Deerhoof vs Evil)

Chasing Heather Crazy/ GUIDED BY VOICES (’01, Isolation Drills)

LA/ ELLIOTT SMITH (’00, Figure 8)

Everything At Once/ SUPERCHUNK (’10, Majesty Shredding)

Tokyo Storm Warning/ ELVIS COSTELLO & THE ATTRACTIONS (’86, Blood & Chocolate)

Hey! Luciani/ THE FALL (’86, ’90 collection, 458489 A Sides)

You Can’t Put Your Arms Round a Memory/ WHITE FENCE (’11, Is Growing Faith)*

Ask Me No Questions/ JOHNNY THUNDERS (’78, So Alone)

Several Shades of Why/ J. MASCIS (’11, Several Shades of Why)*

*new or recent release

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