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The Big Takeover Show - Number 318 - February 22, 2021 - Homebound Edition XLIX

This week, after lil’ bit of 1960 Johnny Kidd & the Pirates: brand new Cheap Trick, Guided by Voices, Bye Bye Blackbirds, X, Arab Strap, Belle & Sebastian, and Star Collector, plus Desmond Dekker & the Aces, Lloyd Price, Eddie Arnold & the Tennessee Plowboys, Ricky Nelson, Peggy Lee, and The Who

The Big Takeover Show - Number 317 - February 15, 2021 - Homebound Edition XLVIII

This week, after little Jim duets with dad on a 1962 Goffin & King/Crickets fave: brand new Flyying Colours, Sensible Gray Cells, Brother Kite, Teenage Wrist, Lickerish Quartet, Persian Leaps, and Gretchen’s Wheel, plus Johnny Kidd & the Pirates, Amy Winehouse, Rolling Stones, New Christy Minstrels, Alton Ellis & the Flames, and Claude Gray); and R.I.P. Mary Wilson of the Supremes (1944-2021), and Chick Corea (1941-2021)

The Big Takeover Show - Number 316 - February 8, 2021 - Homebound Edition XLVII

This week, after a small slice of 1988 Libertines U.S: brand new Natvral, Triptides, Joy Cleaner, Bloodstains, Vicious Blossom, X, and Belle & Sebastian, plus Jackie Wilson, Jackie Lomax, Upsetters, Kingston Trio, Rivingtons, and Sons of the Pioneers); and R.I.P. Anne Feeney (1951-2021)

The Big Takeover Show - Number 315 - February 1, 2021 - Homebound Edition XLVI

This week, after a bitta 1969 Fourmyula: brand new The Wedding Present (with Louise Wener), Chills, Teenage Fanclub, Bad Religion, Altin Gün, Juliana Hatfield, and Willie Nelson, plus Sandie Shaw, Can, Ronnie Dawson, Fairfield Parlour (Kaleidoscope), Paul McCartney, and Fred Neil; and R.I.P. Animals guitarist Hilton Valentine (1943-2021)

The Big Takeover Show - Number 314 - January 25, 2021 - Homebound Edition XLV

This week, after a slice of 1965 Anthony Newley via Nina Simone: brand new Sensible Gray Cells, Arab Strap, Death Cab For Cutie, Stuyvesant, TUNS, James Williamson & Deniz Tek, and Swansea Sound, plus Jimmy Cliff, Byrds, Ray Charles, Crystals, Beatles, and George Jones; and R.I.P. Phil Spector (1939-2021), and Gerry & the Pacemakers’ Gerry Marsden (1942-2021)

The Big Takeover Show - Number 313 - January 18, 2021 - Homebound Edition XLIV

This week, after a small 1960 Goffin & King trill: brand new Triptides, Belle & Sebastian, Sleaford Mods, Spizzenergi, Petrified Max, X, and Telescopes, plus Nina Simone, Bee Gees, Lord Brynner & the Sheiks, Whistling Jack Smith, Pee Wee King, and Woody Guthrie; and R.I.P. New York Dolls’ Sylvain Sylvain (1951-2021), Senseless Things’ Mark Keds (1970-2021), and Gerry & the Pacemakers’ Gerry Marsden (1942-2021)

The Big Takeover Show - Number 312 - January 11, 2021 - Homebound Edition XLIII - Part 2 of 2, Special Countdown Show: Jack Rabid’s 50 Best Albums of 2020

This week: Part 2 of 2, Special Countdown Show: Jack Rabid’s 50 Best Albums of 2020 (+ 10 Best Stand-Alone Singles & EPs, and 10 Best Retrospectives/Reissues Tracks)

The Big Takeover Show - Number 311 - January 4, 2021 - Homebound Edition XLII - Part 1 of 2, Special Countdown Show: Jack Rabid’s 50 Best Albums of 2020

Happy New Year! This week, after another 1788 Robert Burns homage: Part 1 of 2, Special Countdown Show: “Jack Rabid’s 50 Best Albums of 2020 (+10 Best Stand-Alone Singles & EPs, and 10 Best Retrospectives/Reissues Tracks)”

The Big Takeover Show - Number 310 - December 28, 2020 - Homebound Edition XLI

This week, after little 1947 year-end refrain: brand new Neil Young, The Spits, Drive-By Truckers, Exploding Flowers, Protomartyr, Cheap Star (with Matthew Caws), and Ringo Deathstarr, plus The Outsiders (Ohio), Lightnin' Hopkins, Max Romeo & the Upsetters, Amy Winehouse, Nashville Teens, Ray Whitley, and McGuire Sisters; and R.I.P. Chad Stuart of Chad & Jeremy (1941-2020)

The Big Takeover Show - Number 309 - December 21, 2020 - Homebound Edition XL

This week, after little Jim helps sing a snippet of 1965 Vince Guaraldi: brand new The Chills, Sensible Gray Cells, Sleaford Mods, Death Cab For Cutie, Maxïmo Park, Fawns of Love, and Tanya Donelly & the Parkington Sisters, plus Solomon Burke, Martin Mull, Alton Ellis, Sonics, Glen Campbell, Merle Haggard, and Del Shannon; and R.I.P. Charley Pride (1934-2020)

The Big Takeover Show - Number 308 - December 14, 2020 - Homebound Edition XXXIX

This week, after a snippet of 1953 Louis Armstrong holiday cheer: brand new Springhouse (remix), Fotoform, Trotsky Icepick, Guided By Voices, Belle & Sebastian, Boyracer, and Toots & the Maytals, plus The Kinks, Ventures, Los Bravos, Donovan, Big Dee Irwin & Little Eva, Harry Nilsson, and The Three Stooges

The Big Takeover Show - Number 307 - December 7, 2020 - Homebound Edition XXXVIII

This week, after a small portion of 1986 Agent Orange: brand new Foxycontin, John Foxx & the Maths, Honeychain, Flying Vipers, The Adam Brown, and Moon Attendant, plus Edwin Starr, Pretty Things, Roy Orbison, Buckinghams, Brothers Four, Kitty Wells, and Frank Sinatra

The Big Takeover Show - Number 306 - November 30, 2020 - Homebound Edition XXXVII

This week, after a slice of a 1920 Russian song via Mary Hopkin: brand new Gretchen’s Wheel, Steve Winwood, Bob Mould, Reds, Pinks and Purples, Damned, and The Black Watch, plus The Temptations, Pirates (New Orleans), Patsy Cline, Chuck Berry, Trees, Lee “Scratch” Perry, and Hugh Montenegro

The Big Takeover Show - Number 305 - November 23, 2020 - Homebound Edition XXXVI

This week, after little Jim trills a little 1964 Zombies: brand new Honeychain, Belle & Sebastian, Flower, Bats, Trotsky Icepick, and Sensible Gray Cells, plus Ike & Tina Turner, Gerry & the Pacemakers, Hank Williams, Lloyd Price,, Gordon Lightfoot, Jessie Hill, and Doc Cheatham & Nicholas Payton

The Big Takeover Show - Number 304 - November 16, 2020 - Homebound Edition XXXV

This week, after a little bit of 1972 America: brand new Teenage Fanclub, Sleaford Mods (with Billy Nomates), TV Smith, Luxembourg Signal, Bob Mould, and Guided By Voices, plus Moody Blues, Outsiders, Marvin Gaye, Del Shannon, Paul Revere & the Raiders, Jackie Edwards, and Tex Ritter

The Big Takeover Show - Number 303 - November 9, 2020 - Homebound Edition XXXIV

This week, after little Jim ’n’ Jack break out the joy of 1969’’s Beatle George Harrison: brand new Wolfhounds, Fontaines D.C., Moon Attendant, Willie Nelson, Black Swan Lane, and Lisa Mychols & Super 8, plus Charlie Rich, Ray Charles, Davy Graham, John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band, Peggy Lee, Johnny Powers, and Teddy Wilson & His Orchestra with Billie Holiday

The Big Takeover Show - Number 302 - November 2, 2020 - Homebound Edition XXXIII

This week, after a slice of 1965 Kinks: brand new Pauline Murray, James Williamson & Deniz Tek, Trostsky Icepick, Belle & Sebastian, Harry Shearer, and Honeychain, plus Chi-Lites, Leaves, Colin Blunstone, Dennis Brown, Roy Harper, Easybeats, and Moon Mullican

The Big Takeover Show - Number 301 - October 26, 2020 - Homebound Edition XXXII

This week, after some of 1964 Petula Clark: brand new Toots & the Maytals, Flower, Art Bergmann (and Wayne Kramer), Bob Mould, Drew Citron, and The Spits, plus Big Star, The Who, The Grass Roots, The Beatles, Astrud Gilberto, Dolly Parton, and Hoagy Carmichael; and R.I.P. Spencer Davis, 1939-2020, age 81

The Big Takeover Show - Number 300 [Woo Hoo!] - October19, 2020 - Homebound Edition XXXI

This week, after some prophetic ol’ 1993 Bad Religion: brand new Bad Religion, Damned, Black Nite Crash, Maxïmo Park, Bats, and Kurt Bloch with Kim & Lulu, plus Temptations, Alice Cooper, Merseys, Larry Williams, Ricky Nelson, Peter Tosh, and Phil Ochs

The Big Takeover Show - Number 299 - October 12, 2020 - Homebound Edition XXX

This week, after a small warble of 1996 Billy Bragg: brand new Tough Age, Dennis Davison, Foxycontin, Flying Vipers, The Rifles, and Cliff and Ivy, plus Everly Brothers, Buckinghams, Hollies, Donna Lynn, Chris Farlowe, Charlie Feathers, and Dusty Springfield; plus R.I.P. Strike Under/Naked Raygun/Pegboy bassist Pierre Kezdy (1962-2020), and Johnny Nash (1940-2020)

The Big Takeover Show - Number 298 - October 5, 2020 - Homebound Edition XXIX

This week, after snatch of 1975 Elvis Costello: brand new Sloan, Hoodoo Gurus, The Spits, Furious Seasons, Black Watch, and Doves, plus Davy Jones (David Bowie), Howlin’ Wolf, James Brown, Lynn Tait & the Jets, Small Faces, Judee Sill, and Little Richard; plus R.I.P. Mac Davis (1942-2020), and Helen Reddy (1941-2020)

The Big Takeover Show - Number 297 - September 28, 2020 - Homebound Edition XXVIII

This week, after a lilbit of (topical) 1971 Moody Blues: brand new Shins, Bob Mould, Tommy & the Commies, Asteroid No.4, and (both) Tobin Sprout and Guided By Voices, plus The Zombies, Weavers, Standells, Safaris, George Jones, Max Frost & the Troopers, and Willie Nelson; plus R.I.P. Kaleidoscope guitarist Eddie Pumer age 73, and Toots & the Maytals’ “Toots” Hibbert (1942-2020)

The Big Takeover Show - Number 296 - September 21, 2020 - Homebound Edition XXVII

This week, after a glob of 1965 Everly Brothers: brand new Bats, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, Wreckless Eric & Amy Rigby, Maximo Park, Doves, and Typewriter (Mark Bandola), plus Fats Domino, The Creation, Charlie Parker, Flying Burrito Brothers, June Tabor, The Equals, and Marty Robbins

The Big Takeover Show - Number 295 - September 14, 2020 - Homebound Edition XXVI

This week, after a zittle zlice of 1964 Zombies: brand new Bob Mould, Throwing Muses, Bad Religion, Harry Shearer, Herb Alpert, and Jello Biafra & the Guantanamo School of Medicine, plus Bee Gees, Millennium, Bill Justis, Byrds, Eric Idle/George Harrison/Neil Innes, Carl Smith, and Bert Kaempfert; and R.I.P. Toots Hibbert of Toots & the Maytals (1942-2020) and The Sliver Apples’ Simeon Coxe (1938-2020)

The Big Takeover Show - Number 294 - September 7, 2020 - Homebound Edition XXV

This week, after a 1936 standard gets warbled: brand new Flaming Lips, Flower, Joe Pernice, Gretchen’s Wheel, Nat Birchall & Al Breadwinner, and Smokescreens, plus The Impressions, Jerry Lee Lewis, Mary Wells, Booker T & the MGs, Love, The Smoke, and (Little) Jimmy Dickens

The Big Takeover Show - Number 293 - August 31, 2020 - Homebound Edition XXIV

This week, after a 1971 Badfinger refrain: brand new Doves, Andy Bell, Sad Lovers and Giants, Guided By Voices, Frankie Stubbs, and Furious Seasons, plus Syd Barrett, The Miracles, Emer Bernstein, The Paragons, Tina Turner, George Jones, and The High Numbers; and R.I.P. Walter Lure of (Johnny Thunders’) The Heartbreakers, 1949-2020

The Big Takeover Show - Number 292 - August 24, 2020 - Homebound Edition XXIII

This week, after little Jim plays and sings a 1978 Rutles tune: brand new Smokescreens, Toots & the Maytals (with Ziggy Marley), Beths, Los Straitjackets, Persian Leaps, and Neil Young, plus Shocking Blue, Temptations, Eddie Fontaine, Fats Waller, Merry-Go-Round, Brenda Holloway, and Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton

The Big Takeover Show - Number 291 - August 17, 2020 - Homebound Edition XXII

This week, some 1982 Comsat Angels trilling: brand new Damned, Exploding Flowers, Jayhawks, Furious Seasons, Gretchen’s Wheel (with Matthew Caws & Ira Elliot), and Joe Pernice, plus Junior Wells (with Buddy Guy), The Beatles, Howlin’ Wolf, Simon & Garfunkel, Ray Charles, Keith West, and Loretta Lynn

The Big Takeover Show - Number 290 - August 10, 2020 - Homebound Edition XXI

This week, a smidgen of 1972 Bee Gees: a special guest set by KGLT DJ Ron Sanchez, plus brand new Bad Religion, Hoodoo Gurus, Cloud Nothings, Tobin Sprout, No Joy, and Tanya Donelly & the Parkington Sisters, plus Smoky Robinson & the Miracles, Paul McCartney (with Ringo Starr & Jeff Lynne), Duke Ellington, George Jones, Rolling Stones (with Jimmy Page), and Leo Graham

The Big Takeover Show - Number 289 - August 3, 2020 - Homebound Edition XX

This week, after a small bit of 1970 Shocking Blue: brand new Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, Rifles, Hoops, Wolfhounds, and Christopher Paul Stelling, plus The Coasters, Lemon Pipers, (Little) Jimmy Dickens, Buffalo Springfield, Stan Getz & Charlie Byrd, and Jackie Opel; and R.I.P. Fleetwood Mac’s Peter Green (1946-2020), Misfits’ Joey Image (1957-2020), Ben Fabric (1924-2020), and The Cardiacs’ Tim Smith (1961-2020)

The Big Takeover Show - Number 288 - July 27, 2020 - Homebound Edition XIX

This week, after a refrain of 1972 Neil Young: brand new Bob Mould, Jeffrey N Pezzati, Flower, Willie Nelson, Black Watch, and Shirley Collins, plus The Fenmen (with Jimmy Page), Sonny Boy Williamson [II], The 1st Battalion of The Black Watch, The Move, Tim Hardin, and Louis Armstrong; and R.I.P. Emitt Rhodes (1950-2020)

The Big Takeover Show – Number 287 – July 20, 2020 – Homebound Edition XVIII

This week, after a short tribute to 1966 Left Banke: brand new Beths, Doves, Cut Worms, David Newtown, Wolfhounds, and Toots & the Maytals, plus The Who, Lovin’ Spoonful, Everly Brothers, Charlie Rich, Paul Revere & the Raiders, and The Eyes; and R.I.P. The Left Banke’s Tom Finn (1948-2020), Emitt Rhodes (1950-2020; we heard right after I played the track, oddly!), and S.N.F.U.’s Mr. Chi Pig, 57

The Big Takeover Show - Number 286 - July 13, 2020 - Homebound Edition XVII

This week, after a refrain of 1964 Del Shannon: brand new Rifles, Cloud Nothings, Successful Failures, Joe Pernice, Snowgoose, and Guided By Voices, plus Procol Harum, The Electric Banana (Pretty Things), Johnny Cash (and June Carter Cash), Johnnie Taylor, Frank Sinatra, and Carl Belew; and R.I.P. Ennio Morricone (1928-2020), age 91

The Big Takeover Show – Number 285 - July 6, 2020 - Homebound Edition XVI

This week, after little Jim sings and plays a 1972 Badfinger classic: brand new Toots & the Maytals, Archers of Loaf, Shirley Collins, Coriky, Jayhawks, and Tobin Sprout, plus Harry Nilsson, The Hollies, The Chantays, Inez & Charlie Foxx, Haskel (Cool Papa) Sadler, Dusty Springfield, and Carl Smith

The Big Takeover Show - Number 284 - June 29, 2020 - Homebound Edition XV

This week, after little Jim helps on a 1969 Beatles remembrance: brand new Sensible Gray Cells, Joe Pernice, Mikal Cronin, Bright Eyes, Nada Surf, and Grant Lee Phillips, plus The Creation, Pentangle, Gene Autry, Mississippi John Hurt, Rolling Stones, Lee Hazelwood (With Duane Eddy), and Big Youth

The Big Takeover Show - Number 283 - June 22, 2020 - Homebound Edition XIV

This week, after a tiny 1966 The Who slice: brand new Joe Pernice, Doves, Secret Shine, Tobin Sprout, Beths, and Willie Nelson, plus Lovin’ Spoonful, Louis Armstrong, Nancy Sinatra, Isley Brothers, Billy Walker, and Burl Ives; and R.I.P. Vera Lynn (1917-2020)

The Big Takeover Show - Number 282 - June 15, 2020 - Homebound Edition XIII

This week, after a small 1977 Saints protest: brand new Flower, Pointed Sticks, Fontaines D.C., Cut Worms, Loveblind, and Vince Melouney, plus Iggy Pop (with David Bowie), The Move, Melanie, Paul Revere & the Radiers, Lefty Frizzell, and Benny Goodman & His Orchestra

The Big Takeover Show - Number 281 - June 8, 2020 - Homebound Edition XII

This week, after a little 1978 Clash via 1863: brand new Bob Mould, Pleasure Heads, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, The Clientele, Shirley Collins and Sciflyer, plus Solomon Burke, Mike Nesmith & the 1st National Band, Righteous Flames, Fats Waller, The Moody Blues & The Toronto World Festival Orchestra, and Waylon Jennings (with Willie Nelson)

The Big Takeover Show - Number 280 - June 1, 2020 - Homebound Edition XI

This week, after a tiny bitta 1963 Bob Dylan: brand new Sunshine Boys, Rifles, Guided by Voices, Best Coast, Bright Eyes and Crushed Beaks, plus The Rutles, Barry Gibb, Pee Wee Crayton, Beatles, Aretha Franklin, and The Byrds; and R.I.P. Pretty Things singer Phil May, 1944-2020

The Big Takeover Show - Number 279 - May 25, 2020 - Homebound Edition X

This week, after a lil’ 1952 Jo Stafford/Patti Page torch: brand new Fountains of Wayne with Sharon Van Etten, Real Estate, Tanya Donelly & the Parkington Sisters, L7 with Joan Jett, Wilco, and Eddie Current Suppression Ring, plus Them, Gregory Isaacs, The Action, Hank Locklin, Otis Redding, and Tom Jones & Raquel Welch

The Big Takeover Show - Number 278 - May 18, 2020 - Homebound Edition IX

This week, after a little 1978 John Lennon: brand new Beths, Bright Eyes, Fontaines D.C., No Age, Aqua Bats, and Jayhawks, plus King Tubby, Barry Gibb, Flying Burrito Brothers, Fourmyula, Buck Owens, and Vera Lynn; and R.I.P. Pretty Things singer Phil May, 1944-2020 and Beatles photographer Astrid Kirchherr 1938-2020

The Big Takeover Show - Number 277 - May 11, 2020 - Homebound Edition VIII

This week, after a 1959 Little Richard trill: brand new Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, Proper Ornaments, The On and Ons, No Joy, A Girl Called Eddy, and Sneaky Feelings, plus The Move, Pink Floyd, Bobby Helms, The Smothers Brothers & George Segal, Bobby ‘Boris’ Pickett, and Tommy McCook & Stranger Cole; and R.I.P., Little Richard (1932-2020), Stranglers’ keyboardist Dave Greenfield (1949-2020), and Kraftwerk’s Florian Schneider (1947-2020)

The Big Takeover Show - Number 276 - May 4, 2020 - Homebound Edition VII

This week, after a snatch of 1996 Mutton Birds: brand new Real Estate, Slowness, Stephen Fellows, Fawns of Love, A Girl Called Eddy, and Black Watch, plus Keith Hudson, Ozzie Nelson, Tom Paxton, David Bowie, Tammy Wynette, and Donovan

The Big Takeover Show - Number 275 - April 27, 2020 - Homebound Edition VI

This week, after a small refrain of 1952 Hank Williams Sr.: brand new The Rifles, 999, Sneaky Feelings, Bye Bye Blackbirds, Car Seat Headrest, and D.O.A., plus Love, Darlene Love, Skeeter Davis, (Big) Joe Turner and Orchestra, Cowsills, and Buffy St. Marie

The Big Takeover Show - Number 274 - April 20, 2020 - Homebound Edition V

This week, after a little 1966 Simon and Garfunkel: brand new The Beths, Black Watch, Pretenders, Dream Syndicate, Hazel English, and Film School, plus Barbara Lynn, Rolling Stones, Manfred Mann, Astrud Gilberto, Bobby Bare Sr., and Lee Perry; and R.I.P. Soft Boys bassist Matthew Seligman (1955-2020) and Adam Schlesinger (1967-2020)

The Big Takeover Show - Number 273 - April 13, 2020 - Homebound Edition IV

This week, after some 1970 Neil Young: brand new Sunshine Boys, Christopher Paul Stelling, Fawns of Love/Robin Guthrie, Dropkick, Lions of the Interstate, and Guided by Voices, plus Mary Wells, Jefferson Airplane, Slim Whitman, The Liverbirds, and Frank Sinatra; and R.I.P. John Prine (1946-2020) and Adam Schlesinger (1967-2020)

The Big Takeover Show - Number 272 - April 6, 2020 - Homebound Edition III

This week, after some somber 2006 Death Cab For Cutie: brand new Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, Devon Williams, Martin Frawley, Nada Surf, Peter Baldrachi, and Ben Gibbard, plus Monkees, Wailers (Jamaica), John Prine, Pete Townshend and live Beatles; and R.I.P. Adam Schlesinger (1967-2020), Bill Rieflin (1960-2020), Ivan Kral (1948-2020), Genesis P-Orridge (1950-2020), Bill Withers (1938-2020), Kenny Rogers (1938-2020), Jan Howard (1929-2020), Paul English (1932-2020), McCoy Tyner (1938-2020) and Christina (Monet-Palaci/Zilkha) (1959-2020)

The Big Takeover Show - Number 271 - March 30, 2020 - Homebound Edition II

This week, after a snippet of 1978 John Lennon longing in troubled times: brand new Bright Eyes, Nap Eyes, Pretenders, Ringo Deathstarr, Car Seat Headrest, and GREEN/ BLUE, plus Martha & the Vandellas, Bunny Wailer, Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazelwood, Roger Miller, Dusty Springfield, and 1966 live Beatles

The Big Takeover Show - Number 270 - March 23, 2020 - Homebound Edition

This week, after a snatch of 1952 Lloyd Price: brand new Lickerish Quartet, Psychedelic Furs, Fast Camels, Snowgoose, Willie Nelson, and Moaning, plus Lefty Frizzell, Small Faces, Frank Wilson, Ernie K. Doe, Eric Humpty Dumpty Morris, and Paul Robeson & Alan Booth… plus eight different versions of “C.C. Rider,” 1935-2012!

The Big Takeover Show - Number 269 - March 16, 2020 - Special Birthday Edition!

This week, after Jim & Caroline wish their dad happy birthday: brand new Peel Dream Magazine, Moving Targets, Martin Frawley, Pale Lights, Fur Coats, and Fake Laugh, plus Curtis Mayfield, Easybeats, Dick Dale, Link Wray, George Jones, and Screaming Jay Hawkins