Yes, that is Spock in the headphones. The year was 1979. These are some of my LPs, themed compilations, and the like.

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Thursday, September 22, 2016

MA-35 - 45s & Favorites, Disc 3

Here's another amalgamation of songs from my glory days of AM radio listening, bridging over until MTV started its own semi-disruptive conduit of oddity (amidst its 99.5% of conformism).



1969
1   Give Peace A Chance         John Lennon & the Plastic Ono Band
2   Cinnamon Girl     Neil Young with Crazy Horse

1970
3 Without You Badfinger
4 Make Me Smile (single version)    Chicago
5 Lucky Man Emerson, Lake & Palmer
6 Let It Rain Eric Clapton
7 Temma Harbour    Mary Hopkin
8 Another Day    Paul McCartney

1971
9 Free   Chicago
10 Vincent Don McLean
11 I Just Want to Celebrate    Rare Earth
12 Tongue In Cheek (single version) Sugarloaf

1972
13 From the Beginning   Emerson, Lake & Palmer
14 Day by Day Godspell Cast; Robin Lamont
15 You Turn Me On, I'm a Radio Joni Mitchell

16 Young Americans David Bowie 1975
17 Falling Star Karla Bonoff    1977
18 Peek-A-Boo!   Devo 1982
19 Hold On Santana    1982
20 Goodbye To You Scandal 1982
21 On the Dark Side    John Cafferty and the Beaver Brown Band 1983

Give music a chance!  It can keep you from falling into the dark side.


 See you Monday.
 

Monday, September 19, 2016

Cowboy Songs (National Geographic)

From the National Geographic Society in 1976, we have a rip-snorting record.



1)  The Brazos River [2:40]
2)  Jesse James [2:52]
3)  Get Along Little Dogies [2:09]
4)  Red River Valley [2:54]
5)  Hell In Texas [2:20]
6)  Dreary Black Hills [1:56]
7)  Down In The Valley [2:36]
8)  Windy Bill [2:16]
9)  Little Joe, The Wrangler [3:10]
10)  The Old Chisholm Trail [1:40]
11)  Billy The Kid [2:27]
12)  Trusty Lariat [2:41]
13)  Old Paint [2:08]
14)  Night-Herding Song [1:43]
15)  The Streets Of Laredo [2:06]

16) Zebra Dun [2:11]
17)  Hangman, Hangman [2:22]


Cowboy Songs
 

Thursday, September 15, 2016

MA-93 - It Exported from the 1980s


Here's more treasures from a golden age of pop-rock music.  We have punk, new wave, pop, and all sorts of lane-straddlers.



01 - Start from the Start - Nervus Rex   1980  (3:01)
02 - Pretty Boys - Jimmy and the Boys   1981  (2:44)
03 - Wings Over America - David Reilly   1982  (3:59)
04 - Neighborhood Kids - The Lads   1983  (3:32)
05 - The Raft - Pink Industry   1983  (1:36)
06 - Get My Message - Shoes   1984  (3:41)
07 - The Gang on Fortune Hill - The Nobodys   1984  (4:02)
08 - Eldorado - March Violets   1985  (4:14)
09 - Too Hot to Stop - Benjamin Orr   1986  (4:14)
10 - Ghosts Can´t Run Away - Foreign Affair   1989  (4:04)
11 - (Don't Talk to Me) I'm Shy - The Passions   1981  (2:16)
12 - Drowning in Berlin - Mobiles   1981  (3:26)
13 - Play This Song (on the Radio) - Sorrows   1981  (2:54)
14 - The Late Mistake - Comateens   1983  (2:30)
15 - What's There Left - Nine Circles   1982  (5:19)
16 - Black Mirror - Get Smart!   1984  (2:15)
17 - She Went Pop - Iam Siam   1984  (4:45)
18 - (Talk to Me Like) Jackie Kennedy - The Bible   1986  (3:17)
19 - Johnny Get the Handcuffs - Moon Martin   1985  (3:52)
20 - Boys Will Be Boys - One to One   1985  (3:27)
21 - Lies to Live By - The Del-Byzantines   1982  (3:59)
22 - Memory Lane - The Sinceros   1981  (2:47)

Track #17, "She Went Pop," is from a  1984 concept album revolving around the supposed suicide of a trendy Hollywood actress.

Let me know if you like this melange. I do!