Adam and the Ants [00:30]
Kings of the Wild Frontier
Epic NJE 37033 1980
Memories of heavy rotation in my adolescent brain.
"Anyway You Want It"
Kiss Alive II
Casablanca NBLP 7076-2 1977
Paul does an ok job handling this DC5 hit.
Culture Club [06:43]
"Do You Really Want to Hurt Me"
Kissing to Be Clever
Epic ARE 38398 1982
Made it to number 2 on the Hot 100.
Nadja & Galena [10:19]
Adagio830 #63 2011
A mighty fine collaboration/
Al Kooper and Shuggie Otis [13:51]
"Double or Nothing"
Columbia CS 9951 1969
Solid cover of this Booker T classic with 15-year-old Shuggie Otis on geetar!
Shogin Hogiwara [16:13]
The Koto Music of Japan
Nonesuch HS-72005 1965
Based upon a famous Noh drama about the seaside town of Takasago.
The New Koto Ensemble of Tokyo [18:21]
Angel Records SQ-37450 1977
If anyone has a quadrophonic system setup, I'll be happy to bring this over for a listening session. I bet it sounds pretty dope.
Gilead Media ELD-023 2019
A fine reissue of this debut NYC black metal debut on smoky green vinyl from Gilead Media.
Love and Rockets [32:20]
Beggars Banquet BEG 163 T 1986
Ride that flanger! The lads taking a fair pass at the Pink Floyd classic.
L.A. Witch [35:39]
"Kill My Baby Tonight"
Suicide Squeeze SSQ155 2017
Side one, track one from the amazing debut from the amazing L.A. Witch on amazing translucent pink marbled vinyl.
Nat King Cole [39:27]
"The Girl from Ipanema"
Capitol Records T 2195 1965
If it's Spring up here, it must be Fall down Ipanema way.
"Big House Waltz"
La Isla Bonita
Polyvinyl Record Company PRC-286 2014
One of my favorite bands with one of my favorite albums from 2014 on lovely yellow vinyl.
LA Vampires & Zola Jesus [45:46]
"In the Desert"
LA Vampires Meets Zola Jesus
Not Not Fun Records NNF195 2010
Noise dub for everyone!
Nick Lowe and Rockpile [48:01]
"Love So Fine"
Labour of Lust
Columbia JC 36087 1979
Nick Lowe and the boys having some fun on the closing track of this album. Labour of Lust made it to number 32 on the Billboard 200, largely on the strength of "Cruel to Be Kind".
Music behind the DJ: "VIVALDI: Fugue (from the Estro Harmonico Op. 3, No. 11, arranged for organ by J.S. Bach)" by The Swingle Singers