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15.08.2018, 00:19 von Christian Cargnelli (Kommentare: 0)

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Linda Lyndell: "What a Man" (1968)

Fabulous soul classic by the great Linda Lyndell.

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08.08.2018, 16:25 von Christian Cargnelli (Kommentare: 0)

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The Only Ones: "Out There in the Night" (1979)

This is pop heaven. From Even Serpents Shine.

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01.08.2018, 00:10 von Christian Cargnelli (Kommentare: 0)

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Wreckless Eric: "Whole Wide World" (1977)

Wreckless Eric's legendary debut single.

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25.07.2018, 00:06 von Christian Cargnelli (Kommentare: 0)

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Grant McLennan: "Simone & Perry" (1994)

"Come see the paradise, if only for an hour." We'll always miss you, Grant. This is the fantastic opener from Horsebreaker Star.

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18.07.2018, 00:01 von Christian Cargnelli (Kommentare: 0)

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Dusty Springfield: "Twenty-Four Hours From Tulsa" (1964)

Fabulous cover of the Burt Bacharach-Hal David song which was a hit for Gene Pitney the year before.

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11.07.2018, 00:07 von Christian Cargnelli (Kommentare: 0)

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Thirteenth Floor Elevators: "You're Gonna Miss Me" (1966)

Allegedly, with their debut single the Elevators invented psychedelic rock. Still sounds fantastic. 

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04.07.2018, 00:32 von Christian Cargnelli (Kommentare: 0)

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Weezer: "Heart Songs" (2008)

Another winner from Weezer. This is from their Red Album.

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27.06.2018, 00:06 von Christian Cargnelli (Kommentare: 0)

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Weezer: "Don't Let Go" (2001)

Great opening track from their third album Weezer aka the Green Album.

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20.06.2018, 00:10 von Christian Cargnelli (Kommentare: 0)

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Larry Williams: "Slow Down" (1958)

Rousing R&B classic from the great Larry Williams.

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13.06.2018, 00:02 von Christian Cargnelli (Kommentare: 0)

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John Howard: "So Silly Now" (2014)

"And I guess that Neil Young could be your Spencer Tracy, I suppose Joni Mitchell could be my Doris Day." Brilliant cover of a great Robert Rotifer song that first appeared on the Rotifer album The Cavalry Never Showed Up (2013).

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