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The Big Takeover Show - Number 85 - September 6, 2016

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DJ Jack Rabid
Louis Armstrong & Ella Fitzgerald – There’s a Boat Dat’s Leavin’ Soon For New York (Porgy and Bess) 1957
Cheap Star – What’s the Point (Songs For the Farrelly Brothers)
The Rifles – Caught in the Summer Rain (Big Life) new
Look Park – Save Yourself (Look Park)
Seth Swirsky – Old Letter (Circles and Squares)
Kiki Dee – Why Don’t I Run Away >From You (single) 1966
DJ Jack Rabid
The Turtles – Chevy Camaro Commercial (The Turtles: All the Singles) 1967; new retrospective
The Everly Brothers – Coca Cola Radio Spot; Sitting in My Lifeguard Seat (Various Artists – Things Go Better With Coke – Commercials 1965-1969) 1965
New Model Army – Burn the Castle (Winter) brand new!
The Descendents – Spineless and Scarlet Red (Hypercaffium Spazzinate) brand new
Out of Body – Going Wrong (Evaporate EP)
Flyying Colours – Long Holiday (Mindfullness) new
Jimmy Cliff – The Guns of Brixton (The Sacred Fire EP, Rebirth LP) 2011
DJ Jack Rabid
Pale Lights – Girl in a Park (Séance For Something EP)
Ladybug Transistor – Always On the Telephone (Can’t Wait Another Day) 2007
Lake Ruth – Cabin Fever (Actual Entity)
The Hairs – That Witch (While I Hated Life, Barbarian)
David Bowie – Conversation Piece (b-side, “The Prettiest Star”) 1970
The Squires – Go Ahead (b-side, “Going All the Way”) 1966
DJ Jack Rabid
The Wedding Present – Birdsnest (Going, Going…) brand new
Belly – Super Connected (King) 1995
Brotherhood of Lizards – Clockwork Train (Lizardland: The Complete Works) 1989; newly reissued
The Posies – The Sound of Clouds (Solid States) new
Ron Davies – It Ain’t Easy (Silent Song Through the Land) 1970
Gene Wilder, Madeline Kahn & Marty Feldman – The Kangaroo Hop (The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes Smarter Brother) 1975; R.I.P. Gene Wilder, 1933-2016
DJ Jack Rabid
The Weavers – Follow the Drinking Gourd (Folk Songs of America and Other Lands) 1951; R.I.P. Fred Hellerman, 1927-2016, the last of the original members

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