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Important note: In an extremely strange, bizarre coincidence, I found out the sad news of Emitt Rhodes’ death at age 70 right after I’d played his 1970 song to close this show! And it was a song of his called “Live Til You Die” at that!!!!! At Big Takeover, as ever, we never wait for the death of the true greats to value them and stop taking them for granted, so the lyrics to the tune are our basic philosophy, as noted in my remarks before playing it—but this is still so odd! May he R.I.P. and thanks for the superb music, and I will give him proper homage/eulogy on next week’s show; this week. (I just talk about our interview with him in Big Takeover a few decades ago.) I just wanted to let folks know this is why his death goes unmentioned on this broadcast, although he’d died the day before, apparently.]

DJ Jack Rabid
Kestrels – Vanishing Point (Dream or Don’t Dream)
The Wolfhounds – Can’t See the Light (Electric Music) brand new
Doves – Prisoners (The Universal Want) brand new
Beths – Jump Rope Gazers (Jump Rope Gazers) brand new
Toots & the Maytals – Warning, Warning (Got to Be Tough) brand new
The Eyes – When the Night Falls (single) 1965
The Left Banke – There’s Gonna Be a Storm (The Left Banke Too, b-side, “Nice to See You”) 1968; R.I.P. Tom Finn, 1948-2020, 71
DJ Jack Rabid
Jetstream Pony – Yellow Pills (Yellow Pills)
David Newtown & Thee Mighty Angels (featuring Eddie Argos) – The Songs That Saved Our Lives (A Gateway To A Lifetime Of Disappointment) brand new
Japanese Heart Software – Something (Lonely Hearts)
Matthew Grimson – Stood Up (Prize For Writing) recorded 1995, released now
S.N.F.U. – Painful Reminder (Something Green and Leafy This Way Comes) 2008; R.I.P. Mr. Chi Pig, 57
The Pacific Band – Sally Row (b-side “Alegria Para El Mundo”) 1971
Denny Noie & the 4th of Never – Don’t Follow Me (b-side “Dee Dee”) 1967
DJ Jack Rabid
First quarter of “The Many Moods of Jack Rabid” Vol. 18, July, 1998:
New Model Army – Wonderful Way To Go (Strange Brotherhood) 1998
The Who – I’m Free (BBC version) (Live at the BBC) recorded 1970, released 2000
Bob Mould – New #1 (The Last Dog and Pony Show) 1998
Paul Revere & the Raiders – Action (Just Like Us) 1965
Catherine Wheel – Broken Nose (live from The University of London, February 26, 1998) (“Broken Nose” EP II) 1998
The Lovin’ Spoonful – You’re a Big Boy Now (You’re a Big Boy Now soundtrack) 1967
Foil – Reviver Gene (Spread it All Around) 1998
The Basement Wall – Never Existed (single, Green Crystal Ties 2) 1966
DJ Jack Rabid
The Rolling Stones – Criss Cross (Goat’s Head Soup outtake) recorded 1973, released now
Lisa Mychols & Super 8 – You & Me, Me & You (Lisa Mychols & Super 8) brand new
Dropkick – Home Early (The Scenic Route)
Cut Worms – Unnatural Disaster (single) brand new
Charlie Rich – I Feel Like Going Home (demo) (The Silver Fox) 1974
Gilbert Bécaud – Je T’appartiens (single) 1955
The Everly Brothers – Let it Be Me (Live 1964)
DJ Jack Rabid
Emitt Rhodes – Live Till You Die (Emitt Rhodes) 1970 [R.I.P. 1950-2020, age 70]

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