Um. Slade. Dang I'm rusty on them, but they were my faves at one point. Gary Glitter. And t-rex.zorro sings wrote:Up in the air is an encore for UK Glam Rock.These play lists are pretty well established but chime in if you would like.
"Dirty Water" was that the Standells? Great song. "Crimson and Clover" too much? Pictures of Matchstickmen by the Status Quo? Would you do "Listen to the Flower People" or would that just wreck it? "Piggy in the Middle"? Scary thing is I still have some of that vinyl (80s reprints mostly) but I'm in no mental space to deal with that.zorro sings wrote: New for this year and ones we would really like some input on are(In our first ever nod to The Project theme)"Too Much to Dream- ThePsychedelic 60's" and Punk/Post Punk.
Psych 60's we have in mind Psych/Garage bands such as Electric Prunes,Chocolate Watch Band,13th Floor Elevator,Bubble Puppy,Count 5,Seeds,(early)Pink Floyd,Strawberry Alarm Clock etc etc.
robotland wrote:THIS I'll have to hear. Got any Moving Sidewalks? And don't forget all of the great Garage Revival stuff from the 80's- Yard Trauma, Plan 9, Fuzztones, Lyres.... yeah, baby!
robotland wrote:What a shame that they only got out the two albums....(before Stan Ridgeway left, that is....they were never the same afterwards.)
Sadly, Mr. J-Fish, I no longer have them in ANY form, except for wide-scattered cassette artifacts. I CAN burn you some pretty off-the-wall stuff from my disc collection though.....Martin Denny, Blue Man Group, Phillip Glass, Frank Black, Cake, and many others. I ran a used-and-new RECORD store in Ann Arbor back in the 80's, and got exposed to all kinds of great stuff, but it's damned hard to be back out on the streets without the ability to open and listen to ANYTHING and call it "research"....Sure, you can hear bits of things online, but it's never the radio cuts that I really dig, man.
Tancorix wrote:Anything that has cowbells is good. Ya gotta have more cowbell.
moishe wrote:Please bring back Glam Rock night! I attended it last year and it was the best music I heard all week!
I'm really into the new themes as well.
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