Music For Listeners 2007/12/15
The Cribs - Interview and Live Recording Selections from The Turf Club
1) The Beastie Boys-"Country Mike's Theme" From the
2) Hank Thomspon-"If Lovin You Is Wrong" From the CD
3) Led Zeppelin-"Good Times, Bad Times" From the CD
4) One More Grain-"Having A Ball" From the brand new
UK 7" single for "Having A Ball".
5) The Teenagers-"Starlett Johansson" From the UK 7"
single for "Starlett Johansson".
6) Wooden Shjips-"Losin' Time" From the CD 'Wooden
7) Druggist-"Second Sight" From the CD 'There's Already
8) Jens Lekman-"Your Beat Kicks Back Like Death" From
the CD compilation 'SC100'.
9) Alamo Race Track-"The Killing" From the CD 'Black Cat John
10) Poster Children-"Dee" From the CD 'Daisy Chain Reaction'.
11) Poster Children-"Eye" From the CD 'Flower Plower'.
12) Cut Off Your Hands-"Still Fond" From the UK CD single
for "Still Fond"/"Closed Eyes".
13) The Cribs-"Men's Needs" From the CD 'Men's Needs,
Women's Needs, Whatever'.
14) The Cribs - Music For Listeners Interview - Segment One - August
15) The Cribs-"Moving Pictures" From the CD 'Men's Needs,
Women's Needs, Whatever'.
16) The Cribs - Music For Listeners Interview - Segment Two - August
17) The Cribs-"Be Safe" From the CD 'Men's Needs, Women's
18) The Cribs - Music For Listeners Interview - Segment Three - August
19) The Cribs-"Hey Scenesters!" From the CD 'The New
20) The Cribs - Music For Listeners Interview - Segment Four - August
21) The Cribs-"Our Bovine Public" From the CD 'Men's
Needs, Women's Needs, Whatever'.
22) The Cribs - Selections from their live set at The Turf Club - St
Paul, Minnesota - Wednesday August 1, 2007 - Exclusively recorded for
broadcast on Music For Listeners.
23) "The Mid-Morning Recording" The
Boo Radleys-'Everything's Alright Forever'
Ahhh...Martin Carr sure likes The Beatles, but at the same time, he
most likely respects John Coltrane just as equally. In a lot of ways,
one can certainly hear those two influences in the bands music, and
if you add a dash of My Bloody Valentine to them, you will get close
to describing this second album from the Wallasey, England band.
This album was, in my opinion, their first HUGE
step towards their masterpiece third album, 'Giant Steps'. That album
wouldn't have been made if it wasn't for the experiments recorded for
This classic Creation Records release is
surely the bands great experimental album with loads of layered guitars
and psychedelic atmospheres.
It was one of my favorite albums of 1992, and apparently a load of the
British music press felt the same way. Sadly, as much as their music
was praised in their homeland, they were another one of those great
UK indie bands that America just "didn't get".
I am quite happy to say that I saw them play at the famed Liberty
Lunch in the early 90's, and god, they were loud. Going out to Mr. Bart
Koch, as we are sure it's one of his favorite albums ever made. "You've
smashed your dreams and now you've taken mine"
Michael - MFL
24) James-"Sayonara" From the CD 'Wah-Wah'.
25) Kate Bush-"December Will Be Magic Again" From the
UK 7" single for "December Will Be Magic Again".