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  • 21 May 2017

    Show 330 Peng! 33 by Stereolab. The title track to their 1992 debut album…German onomatopoeia for a loud pop or bang sound. The band included Australian Mary Hansen but is considered a British-French outfit due […]

  • 14 May 2015

    Show 329 – Radiothon! Triple Bent Cabaret I’m Still Here by Yvonne DeCarlo. From her 1984 recording of this Steven Sondheim classic from Follies…she’s apparently made it famous back when it began in 1971. She […]

  • 30 April 2017

    Show 327 Is This Heaven by Sight Unseen. From the 1985 compilation album, Sounds Eclectic. It’s their only track, unless they are the same Sight Unseen that put out an album in 1969… I doubt […]

  • 23 April 2017

    Show 326 She Loves By #s by Edge Of The Wedge. First track on their 1984 12” EP, Chime. They were: Bass, Vocals – Pat Mc Coy, Drums, Percussion – John Brown, Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals […]

  • 9 April 2017

    Show 325 Love Me Like a Stranger by The Fans. From the 1984 album, Mystery Date. They’re from Buffalo, like me, though the album was produced in Canada. +Wait till the morning by Red Abyss […]

  • 2 April 2017

    Show 324 Silver Trees by Henry Badowski. From his 1981 solo album, Life is a Grand. He’s British and did a lot of work before going solo. +Piss Slave by Smokey. I can’t find a […]

  • 26 March 2016

    Show 323 Don’t Come Around Here No More by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. 1985 lead off single from Southern Accents, their 6th studio album. It was co-written by Dave Stewart from The Eurythmics. +I […]

  • 19 March 2017

    Show 322 I Melt with You by Modern English. From their second album, After the Snow, released in 1982. Great song!! Played just 1 minute so replaying next week. Victims by Culture Club. 1983 request. […]

  • 12 March 2017

    Show 322 Walkaway by Cast. 1995 indie rock release. The single version has a string section while the album version, from All Change, does not.  Will have to listen carefully…I got this from a compilation […]

  • 5 March 2017

    Show 321 You Make Loving Fun by Fleetwood Mac. Written and sung by Christine McVie this track was separately published as the fourth and final 45 single from the band’s 11th album Rumours in 1977.  […]