Sunday, August 15, 2010

Red Red Wine on a Sunday #43 - Something Is Me

This Sunday, I celebrate the greatness of the Kinks. Brothers Ray and Dave Davies, Pete Quaife and Mick Avory sure did put out some great music. Along the journey, I'll play some Replacements, Who, Blur, Cheap Trick and Spoon.

Here's the Playlist:

Picture Book
The Kinks
The Village Green Preservation Society

You're Asking Me
Ray Davies
Working Man's Cafe

Something Is Me
Paul Westerberg
14 Songs
Man Without Ties Replacements forum Kinks thread

Till The End Of The Day
Big Star
Third - Sister Lovers

She Told Me Lies
The Chesterfield Kings
Ugly Things Magazine

The Kinks
Muswell Hillbillies
Suggested by Jake from the band APA State Mental and Jake's Inferno

All Of The Day And All Of The Night
Longhorn Bar July 17th, 1980
Santa Rita 120 2008 Carmenere

Laffitte Don't Fail Me Now
A Series of Sneaks

Low Budget
The Kinks
Arista 7"
Low Budget LP

Johnny Kidd And The Pirates
Pop UK 7"
Classic and the Rare LP

Diggin' My Potatoes
Big Bill Broonzy
Storyville UK 7"
An Evening with Big Bill Broonzy, Volume 2 LP

Waterloo Sunset
The Kinks
Old Gold UK 7"
Something Else By The Kinks LP
Ugly Things Magazine

Stop Your Sobbing
Sire 7"
The Pretenders LP

End Of A Century
Food UK 7"
Parklife LP

Clock Strikes Ten
Cheap Trick
Epic 7"
In Color LP

Call Me Lightning
Deccca 7"
Inspired by "Artists Influenced By the Kinks - from 1964 to Today"
a great article suggested by Uberlistener Jason R

You Really Got Me
The Kinks
Reprise 7"
Kinks Greatest Hits! LP

Better Things
Marky Ramone and The Intruders
Marky Ramone and The Intruders

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Next week, the great label Gearhead will be featured, so if ya got any favorites from the label, be sure to e-mail me your suggestions.

For RRW #45, I'll be playing some of my favorite 45s, from all genres and eras. Let me know your favorite slabs of 7" goodness and I'll be sure to play them. If you have a story about the first 45 ya bought or was given to you, that would be awesome stuff. Hey, maybe the last one ya bought was killer too - let me know!

Follow the link -> BBC to a great BBC video that T Tex Edwards posted - great Kinks Sibling rivalry stories!

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