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The Big Takeover Show - Number 53 - January 25, 2016

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DJ Jack Rabid
Savages – The Answer (Adore Life) brand new album
Bob Mould – Voices in My Head (Patch the Sky) brand new
Gaz Coombes – Detroit (Matador)
Three Hour Tour – Nowhere Bound (Action and Heroes) 2015
Nada Surf – Believe You’re Mine (You Know Who You Are) brand new!
Ray Charles – It Should Have Been Me (single) 1954
DJ Jack Rabid
David Bowie – The Bewlay Brothers (Hunky Dory) 1971; R.I.P. David Bowie, 1947-2016
Mott the Hoople – Honaloochie Boogie (single) R.I.P. drummer Dale ‘Buffin’ Griffin, 1948-2016
Blossom Toes – You (We Are Ever So Clean) 1967; R.I.P. producer/manager/Marmalade label head Giorgio Gomelsky, 1934-2016
The Chamber Strings – I Can’t Lose (Gospel Morning) 1997; R.I.P. leader Kevin Junior, 46
Idaho – God’s Green Earth (Year After Year) 1993; R.I.P. guitarist John K. Berry, 51
The Specials – Doesn’t Make It Alright (The Specials) 1979; R.I.P. drummer John Bradbury, 1953-2015
DJ Jack Rabid
JEFF KELSON (HISTORY OF INDIE POP PART 2 OF 4):
Velvet Underground – Pale Blue Eyes (The Velvet Underground) 1969
Josef K – It’s Kinda Funny (single) 1980
Girls at Our Best! – I’m Beautiful Now (b-side “Go For Gold”, Pleasure) 1981
The Chills – Kaleidoscope World (single) 1981 (remixed 1986)
Sea Urchins – Pristine Christine (single) 1987
Felt – Ballad of the Band (single) 1988
DJ Jack Rabid
Lush – Olympia (Lovelife) 1996
Pugwash – Missing the Point (Almond Tea) 1999
DIIV – Is the Is Are (Is the Is Are) brand new
Cliff & Ivy – Begin Again (single) brand new
Roy Head & the Traits – Treat Her Right (single) 1965
Robin Gibb – Life (Saved By the Bell: The Collected Works) recorded 1970, released now; R.I.P. Robert Stigwood, 1934-2016
DJ Jack Rabid
Motörhead – Whorehouse Blues (Inferno) 2004; R.I.P. Lemmy Kilmister, 1945-2015

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