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DJ Jack Rabid
The Black Watch – Me and You and Me (Magic Johnson) brand new
Jeanines – No Home (Jeanines)
Lisa Mychols – One Revolution (Sugar)
Aldous Harding – Fixture Picture (Designer)
Peter Perrett – I Want Your Dreams (Humanworld) brand new
Buzzcocks – Why Can’t I Touch It (b-side “Everybody’s Happy Nowadays”) 1979; Singles Going Steady newly reissued
Smiley Lewis – Goin’ to Jump and Shout (single) 1957; R.I.P. co-writer Dave Bartholomew 1918-2019, age 100
Dave Bartholomew – Carnival Day (single) 1950; R.I.P. 1918-2019, age 100
DJ Jack Rabid
Sleater-Kinney – Hurry On Home (The Center Won’t Hold) brand new
Jesse Malin (featuring Billie Joe Armstrong) – Strangers & Thieves (Sunset Kids) brand new
92 Degrees – I’m Telling You Now (single)
The Aints! – You’ll Always Walk Alone (The Church of Simultaneous Existence)
Willie Nelson – Immigrant Eyes (Ride Me Back Home) brand new
Sesame Street (Grover) – Monster in the Mirror (TV) 1989
The Paragons and U-Roy – Only a Smile / Flashing My Whip (single) 1971
DJ Jack Rabid
Three bands that played together in Central Park this week:
Alvvays – Agency Group (Alvvays) 2014
The Courtneys – Minnesota (The Courtneys II)
Ellis – The Drain (The Fuzz EP)
The Breeders – Divine Hammer (Last Splash, single) 1993; covered by Alvvays
Kirsty MacColl – You Just Haven’t Earned It Yet Baby (Kite – CD only) 1989; Smiths cover; played on the P.A. just before Alvvays performed
The Equals – I Can See But You Don’t Know (single) 1970
Elton John – Madman Across the Water (live) (BBC Sounds For Saturday) 1971
DJ Jack Rabid
Four bands interviewed in the new Big Takeover #84:
D.O.A. – Liar For Hire (1978) recorded 1981, released 2019, interview with Vancouver punk photographer Bev Davies
The Dils – Class War (Live at Rock Island, Houston, TX, June 18, 1979)
The Long Ryders – What the Eagle Sees (Psychedelic Country Soul) new
American Football (with Rachel Goswell) – I Can’t Feel You (LP3)
T.S.O.L. – Is This a Wonderful World (single) brand new
Bobby Goldsboro – What a Wonderful World (Today) 1969
Big Bill Broonzy – The Southern Blues (single) 1935
DJ Jack Rabid
Bert Kaempfert & His Orchestra – Beddy Bye (A Man Could Get Killed soundtrack) 1965; original instrumental version of “Strangers in the Night”
Jack Jones – Strangers in the Night (single) 1966

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