It seems we say goodbye to someone every episode and this time there are three new all access passes to the afterparty to bid adieu; Daniel Johnston, Eddie Money and Ric Ocasek. A batch of potent power pop centered new releases are also in the mix, headlined by the always brilliant Pernice Brothers, new find The Bishop’s Daredevil Stunt Club and a wonderful new effort from The Anderson Council. New to me Karate Boogaloo wins best new band name prize this episode, while Robbie Robertson and Death Cab For Cutie's latest work rubs elbows with new archival arrivals from Miles Davis, Peter Gabriel, Chicago Transit Authority, Art Pepper and The Cult. There’s also a bit of a tribute to Nick Lowe for no apparent reason and the same goes for Michael Penn. And we haven’t even mentioned that Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes, The Mama’s and Papa’s, Laurie Anderson, Hudson-Ford and Ken Nordine are just some of the other boys and girls on the bus. Thanks as always for your generous support (https://paypal.me/pools/c/8beKwFWlHR) and most of all for listening.
Took a small break between episodes and have been very busy loading CDs up to Discogs for sale, it is going to take a while to get to them all but you have to start somewhere. If you’re looking for some discs for your collection, head to (https://www.discogs.com/seller/mike_marrone/profile). Episode 67 (Joe’s Garage Act XXVII) finds your host exploring the past with a few long sets that bring back communal memories of a Woodstock inspired adolescence. We also say goodbye to Peter Fonda and Neal Casal, remember Jeff Buckley and make time for a batch of new sounds from The Rubinoos (produced by Chuck Prophet), Thom Yorke & Flea, Ghost Funk Orchestra, Sturgill Simpson, Death Cab For Cutie (with and without Chance The Rapper), Sleater-Kinney, David Wax Museum, brilliant new pop from The Brothers Steve (with Jeff Whalen) and the return of Diesel Park West. As always, thanks for your ears and especially your heart with your continued donations at https://paypal.me/pools/c/8beKwFWlHR.
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