Episode 113: less talk, more rock!
June 15, 2017
- Blue Oyster Cult “Then Came the Last Days of May” Blue Oyster Cult (Columbia) 1972
- Grouplove “Love Will Save Your Soul” Never Trust A Happy Song (Canvasback/Atlantic) 2011
- Harry Nilsson “Jump Into the Fire” Nilsson Schmilsson (RCA) 1971
- Coke Weed “I Could Be So Real ” Mary Weaver (Beyond Beyond Is Beyond Records) 2015
- Joe Jackson “I’m the Man” I’m The Man (A&M) 1979
- The Primitives “Squeak and Squawk” New Thrills (Elefant) 2017
- Kevin Morby “1234” City Music (Dead Oceans) 2017
- Paloma Faith “Do You Want the Truth or Something Beautiful” Do You Want The Truth Or Something Beautiful? (Epic) 2009
- Gap Band “Burn Rubber on Me (Why You Wanna Hurt Me)” Mercury single, 1980
This is Dan Gursky’s sixth appearance on RTS. He’s always welcome and he brings beer.
Patrick has OCD or something.
Here’s the link with info about that Harry Nilsson documentary that Dan couldn’t think of, called Who is Harry Nillson. He thought of it later. We think it’s pretty good.
Here’s a pic of Coke Weed (supposedly):
Grave of Johnny Ramone in Los Angeles:
Here’s the Jim Carroll Band reference (cover):
When does summer kick of for you? Are you a Memorial Day person or do you do the official dates? What summer?
It’s not a bad day when you get to listen to the Gap Band. Hells yeah.