Category Archives: Rock

(March 29, 2018): Farm – Zan Ho Zay

From the 1968 album, The Innermost Limits Of Pure Fun. This LP is the soundtrack to George Greenough’s film about surfing isolated spots in California and New South Wales. As discogs recounts, “Farm composed and performed the music, released in … Continue reading

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(March 8, 2018): Aretha Franklin – Satisfaction

From the 1967 album, Areatha Arrives.  Almost every tune on this LP is a cover. This has to be one of the best covers of Satisfaction ever. An apropos song for International Women’s Day 2018 #IWD2018.  

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(February 28, 2018): The Fraternity of Man – Don’t Bogart Me

K-SHE Classic. From the 1968 self-titled album, The Fraternity of Man. A two LP band, but one remembered for its contribution to the Easy Rider soundtrack with this tune.  Three of the members – Richie Hayward, Warren Klein, and Martin Kibbee … Continue reading

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(February 15, 2018): The Courtneys – Virgo

From the 2017 album, II.  Courtney Loove (Garvin), Jen Twynn Payne and Sydney Koke are a Vancouver trio that go by Classic, Cute, and Crazy. Signed with Flying Nun Records during a 2015 tour of the Antipodes.

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(February 14, 2018): Nicki Bluhm – Remember Love Wins

From the 2017 single, Remember Love Wins.  It works as protest and as Valentine.

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(January 24, 2018): Indians In Moscow – Indians In Moscow

From the 1983 12″ EP, Big Wheel.  “Naughty Miranda” is the tune best known by this band; the original incarnation of which only lasted until the release of their first LP in 1984 (which also included today’s song).

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(January 19, 2018): Question Mark and The Mysterians – Do You Feel It

From the 1967 album, Action.  Rudy Martinez’s band out of the Saginaw Bay area was much more than 96 Tears.

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