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DJ Jack Rabid
Gerry & the Pacemakers – Where Have You Been All My Life (b-side, “Don’t Let the Sun Catch You Crying”; in U.S.: Gerry & the Pacemakers Second Album) 1964; R.I.P. Cynthia Weil (1940-2023), age 82
Ash – Race the Night (Race the Night) brand new
The Damned – Western Promise (Darkadelic) brand new
Triptides – Unwound (Starlight) brand new
Pam Risourié – A Star Among the Candles (Days of Distortion)
Elvis Costello & the Attractions – Waiting For the End of the World (Live on Rockpalast, Koln, Germany, 6/15/78)
Marvin Gaye – Stubborn Kind of Fellow / Pride and Joy (live) (T.A.M.I. Show) 1964
Dave Davies / The Kinks – Creeping Jean (b-side Davies’ “Hold My Hand”; Kinks The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society 2004 reissue bonus track) 1969
DJ Jack Rabid
The Beatles – I Feel Fine (Live at Empire Pool, Wembley, 1965, NME Pollwinners Concert, April 11, 1965)
Once For Kicks – Good Intentions (single)
The Eyelids – Swinging in the Circus (Colossal Waste of Light) new
Bird Streets – California High (Lagoon reissue bonus track) brand new
sparkle*jets U.K. – Hold on Tight (Best of Friends) brand new
A-Cads – Nadine (b-side “Down the Road,” Hungry For Love) 1966
The Classics – Civilization (b-side “Cherrio Baby”) 1971
DJ Jack Rabid
R.I.P. Cynthia Weil set; Seven Mann & Weil Songs:
The Monkees – Love is Only Sleeping (Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn, & Jones Ltd.) 1967
Slade – Shape of Things to Come (b-side “C’mon C’mon) 1970
The 5 A.M. Event – Hungry (single) 1966
The Everly Brothers – The Girl Sang the Blues (single) 1963
The Animals – We Gotta Get Out of This Place (live) (Live at the Richmond Jazz Festival, 1965)
The Will-O-Bes – Shades of Gray (single) 1966
Leroy Van Dyke – If a Woman Answers (Hang Up the Phone) (single) 1962;
DJ Jack Rabid
Four Artists Interviewed in the new Big Takeover #92!:
Valley Queen – Cassavetes (Chord of Sympathy) new
Nyte Skye – Take Your Love (Vanishing) new
bdrmm – It’s Just a Bit of Blood (I Don’t Know) new
The Charlatans (U.K.) – Weirdo (live) (Live on KEXP, Seattle, February 14, 2023)
The Clientele – Dying in May (I Am Not There Anymore) brand new
Electric Light Orchestra – Can’t Get It Out of My Head (live) (Midnight Special TV Show, recorded November 26, 1974; broadcast January 17, 1975)
Johnny “Guitar” Watson – Three Hours Past Midnight (single) 1956
DJ Jack Rabid
Fotheringay – Banks of the Nile (Fotheringay) 1970; traditional cover

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