In this episode, we look at the songs of Harry Nilsson as covered by other people, including rarities from his pre fame days.
(Intro) Mournin’ Glory Story – Harry Nilsson & Kenny Everett A Travelin’ Man – The New Christy Minstrels All For The Beatles (Stand Up & Holler) – The Originals I’d So It All Again – Dore Alpert (A.K.A. Herb Alpert) Super-Duper Man – Jimmie Cross This Could Be The Night – Modern Folk Quartet So Proud Of You – Vivian Roberts Paradise – The Ronettes Cuddly Toy (Mix #2) – The Monkees Ten Little Indians – The Yardbirds Story Of Rock & Roll – The Collage It’s Been So Long – Kenny Everett One – Three Dog Night The Battle Of The Bands – The Turtles Mournin’ Glory Story – Al Kooper Open Your Window – Ella Fitzgerald Best Friend – Puppet Waiting – George Tipton Without Her – Telly Savalas Coconut – The Muppets
In a special show, the Squire talks to Darryl Bullock who runs the website http://worldsworstrecords.blogspot.co.uk/ to talk about why he likes bad records so much and to play some of his favourites from his blog.
You’re The Only One For Me – Hank & Jimmy Moon Crazy – The Planets Der Holler Rache (Queen Of The Night Aria) – Florence Foster Jenkins Downtown – Mrs. Miller Yodel Blues – Sam Sacks Sweet Angelina – Mister “G” Jenny Beloved – Dick Kent How Long Are You Staying – Bill Joy Portland Rose Song – Bert Lowry Prends Moi – Mme St. Onge I Love Little Pussy – Little Macy Jesus Loves Me – Baby Lulu Phase “1 2 3” – Ken ‘Nevada’ Maines Marinella – Larry London Cousin Mosquito – Congress-Woman Malinda Jackson Parker Fluffy – Gloria Balsam It’s All Rite… – Barbara Markay Mr. Tambourine Man – William Shatner Paralyzed – The Legendary Stardust Cowboy I Want My Baby Back – Jimmy Cross
In this month’s podcast, we take a look at Britpop band Supergrass including some rarities, pre-fame songs and solo material. All songs are by Supergrass (except where noted) and as far as possible, taken from glorious vinyl.
Tomorrow’s Rain – The Jennifers Mansize Rooster (Backbeat 7” Version) Wait For The Sun Stone Free Sun Hits The Sky (Radio Edit) Pumping On Your Stereo (Single Edit) Grace (Live) Lady Jane & John Coltrane Tell Me What To Say – Van Goffey Consequences – Crisis Car Crash I Can’t Stand It – The Hot Rats Dr. Strangelove – Beat Seeking Missiles Simulator – Gaz Coombes Fin (Dave Eringa Alt. Mix)
In this month’s episode, we take a look at the mid 60’s to late 70’s Folk-Rock scene
A Calling-On Song – Steeleye Span Walk Awhile – Fairport Convention Little Sadie – Trees My Dixie Darling – Humblebums Sally Free & Easy – Owen Hand Bonny River – Sunforest Corn Riggs – Magnet Our Love – Tir Na Nog All Around My Hat – Steeleye Span Aslan – Caedmon Lord Of The Ringside – Clown The Bells Of Dunwich – Stone Angel Son Of God – Parchment The Summer Day Reflection Song – Donovan Blackwater Side – Bert Jansch Dirty Old Town – The Ian Campbell Folk Group Been On The Road So Long – Alex Campbell Travelling’s Easy – Anne Briggs A Heart Needs A Home – Richard & Linda Thompson Forest & The Shore – Keith Christmas Part Of The Union – The Strawbs
In this month’s episode, we take a look at songs by members of legendary band Fleetwood Mac when they were not playing with the Mac.
The Stumble – John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers (Peter Green & John McVie) Who’s Knocking – Jeremy Spencer Taste & Try, Before You Buy – Savoy Brown (Bob Brunning) Walkin’ – Otis Spann (Peter Green, Danny Kirwan & John McVie) When You Say – Christine Perfect Someday – Head West (Bob Welch) Hot Summer Day – Danny Kirwan I Will See You – Idle Race (Dave Walker) Peru – Chimera (Bob Weston) Why Did You Do It? – Stretch (Fake Fleetwood Mac) Don’t Let Me Down Again – Lindsey Buckingham & Stevie Nicks Bustin’ My Ass – Bobby Whitlock (Rick Vito) Sad & Deep As You – Traffic (Dave Mason) Evidence – John McVie’s “Gotta Band” (with Lola Thomas) (Billy Burnette & John McVie) Shakin’ The Cage –The Zoo (Bekka Bramlett & Mick Fleetwood)
In this, the first episode of The Squire Presents Podcast, we take a look at some quality tunes from the pre-Beatles era, all taken from the original vinyl releases.
Some quality records from the pre Beatles era all taken from the original UK vinyl releases.
That’s Alright Mama – Elvis Presley Race With The Devil – Gene Vincent & his Blue Caps Ev’ry Time We Say Goodbye – Ella Fitzgerald Manhattan – Ella Fitzgerald Not Fade Away – The Crickets Fuijiyama Mama – Wanda Jackson Smoke Gets in Your Eyes – The Platters El Paso – Marty Robbins All Night Diner – Santo & Johnny Stay – Maurice Williams & the Zodiacs I Wish I Could Shimmy – The Olympics Piltdown Rides Again – The Piltdown Men Cathy’s Clown – The Everly Brothers Dedicated to the One I Love – The Shirelles Quarter to Three – U.S. Bonds Nut Rocker – B. Bumble & the Stingers Hey! Baby – Bruce Channel Someday – Bobby Vee & the Crickets Memphis – Lonnie Mack