The Good Heads - Death Star Sitar (edit) Arthur & Yu - Absurd Heroes Manifestos The Monks Kitchen - Head For The Hills Colourmusic - Circles Daisy Martey - Do Right Woman Midlake - Roscoe (beyond the wizards sleeve mix) The Coolabahs - Another Reason The Seal Cub Clubbing Club - Aurienteering Mexican Institute Of Sound - Bienvenidos a Mi Disco Chris Joss - You've Been Spiked Gruff Rhys - Gyrru Gyrru Gyrru The Bees - The Ocularist The Troubadours - Gimme Love Caribou - Melody Day (four tet remix) Shack / Michael Head and The Strands - The Prize (flute demo)
Nuggets: sixties, soul, funk, rock, psych, garage and the best new music Track Listing:
Bob Seger and The Last Heard - Heavy Music, Part 2
Candie Payne - All I Need To Hear
Gossip - Standing In The Way Of Control (Le Tigre Remix)
Buddy Miles - Train
The Good Heads vs The Beastie Boys - Keep On / Oh Word
Kasabian vs The Stone Roses - Processed Waterfall
Merry Clayton - Gimme Shelter
Lee Mavers of The La’s - Human Race
The Adacement - Stone Folk
Podcast notes: First up is a storming piece of 1967 Detroit mod / soul / punk rock from Bob Seger. Heavy Music indeed. Steve Winwood ain’t got nothing on Bob. Give a serious listen to the Candie Payne track. She’s gonna be massive. The album could well be the record of 2007 if the label actually get round to releasing it. The version of the Gossip’s ‘Standing In The Way Of Control’ included here can be heard in TV shows such as The L Word and Skins in the UK. It’s kind of here in the podcast to sucker ‘passing traffic’ into listening to the Candie Payne song. No apologies. Buddy Miles is best known for his association with Jimi Hendrix but check out this runaway train of a track. The Good Heads would like to thank Mike D, Adrock and MCA - it was a pleasure guys - before going on to introduce ‘Processed Waterfall’. You may realise Merry Clayton co-vocalised on the original Gimme Shelter, this is her own interpretation of perhaps The Rolling Stones’ finest moment. And it’s nice to be back today of all days with a taster of what Lee Mavers has been up to. Taken from ‘the crescent’ rehearsal in the late 90s (it’s not the greatest source material really, but hey). Please release that second La’s album sometime soon feller.
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