Sunday, October 9, 2011

B.W.'s PLAYLIST/ KHSU, 90.5/ SAT., 8 OCT. 2011

Faux-French indie band (it means that they are not a "real" French band), Nous Non Plus, based in NY, with stage names such as Celine Dijon and Jean-Luc Retard, among others, just released a "faux" debut record, Freudian Slip. It's sung in French and it's fun and it's "indie." French pop with humor and excellent pop licks. Tres magnifique!

Margerine Rock/ STEREOLAB (’04, Margerine Eclipse)

Pas la Peine/ NOUS NON PLUS (’11, Freudian Slip)*

Run in the Dust/ JOHNNY MARR/ 7 WORLDS COLLIDE (’09, The Sun Came Out)

Doors Unlocked and Open/ DEATHCAB FOR CUTIE (’11, Codes and Keys)*

The Couples/ THE LONG BLONDES (’08, Couples)

Summer Fun/ TAMMAR (’11, Visits)*

Bedroom Eyes/ DUM DUM GIRLS (‘11, Only in Dreams)*

Swing Set/ THE CUTTERS (’01, Sunday! Sunday! Sunday!)

Tell That Girl to Shut Up/ TINA & THE TOTAL BABES (’01, She’s So Tuff)

Tattooed Love Boys/ PRETENDERS (’80, self titled)

Don’t Lose Your Mind/ LORETTE VELVETTE (’00, Rude Angel)

Saying Goodbye/ THE MUFFS (’93, self titled)

Racehorse/ WILD FLAG (’11, self titled)*

Hammering-Castle-Bird-Man/ MIKE WATT + THE MISSINGMEN (’10, Hyphentated-Man)

Thick As Thieves/ THE JAM (’79, Setting Sons)

The Unguarded Moment/ THE CHURCH (’81, Of Skins and Heart)

Glad Girls/ GUIDED BY VOICES (’01, Isolation Drills)

Ghost on the Highway/ GUN CLUB (’81, Fire of Love)

Mystery Plane(original mix)/ THE CRAMPS (’80, Songs the Lord Taught Us)

I Could Be Lost/ ELEVENTH DREAM DAY (’91, Lived to Tell)

Top of the World/ CHEAP TRICK (’78, Heaven Tonight)

All Around the Houses/ HOLLY GOLIGHTLY (’03, Truly She is None Other)

No One Is (As I Are Be)/ STEPHEN MALKMUS AND THE JICKS (’11, Mirror Traffic)*

Jeannie’s Diary/ EELS (’00, Daises of the Galaxy)

Needle of Death [Bert Jansch]/ YO LA TENGO (’03, Today is the Day! ep) +

The Farthest Lights/ FREEDY JOHNSTON (’99, Blue Days Black Nights)

Save Yourself/ SHARON VAN ETTEN (’10, Epic)

Raphael/ COCOROSIE (’07, The Adventures of Ghosthorse and Stillborn)

+Bert Jansch, 1943-2011

Just One More Day (live)/ OTIS REDDING ('66, '10 issue, Live on the Sunset Strip)

*new or recent release

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