Thursday, June 28, 2007

- Yank Sizzler UPDATE #2

It took me a while to get round to it but finally I'm letting you know about the latest Yank Sizzler broadcast and, as ever, it's a belter:

-Diana Dors - So Little Time [1964]

-Gogol Bordello - Not A Crime [2005]

-Basement 5 - Heavy Traffic [1980]

-Katja Khudolej - Katja [2002]

-Grinderman - Love Bomb [2007]

-Alhaji K. Frimpong - Kyenkyen Bi Adi Mawu! [199?]

-The Shackeltons - Your Movement [2007]

-Meanwhile, Back In Communist Russia - Blind Spot/Invisible Bend

-Blood on the Wall - I Feel Better Now [2004]

-The Krunchies - Lost Confused [2006]

-Cat-Iron - O, The Blood Done Signed My Name [1958]

-Suzanne Vega - Stay Awake [1988]

I had the chance to literally watch Gogol Bordello from the window of my office a few weeks ago when they did an open air gig at my university but missed them due to the birth of my second son. Pretty good excuse I guess.

Here's the promo ad that appeared on MTV Turkey:

Maybe next time. Anyhows, I'm on my summer vacation throughout the month of July, so can't promise there'll be too many posts over the course of the next month. I'll try my best though, so keep coming back for more goodies.


So It Goes said...

I'll miss you :-(. Congratulations on your new arrival, by the way.

Anonymous said...

maybe you like it?!

petertrev said...

you can't go ...
not when THE_JOHN_PEEL_SHOW__1994-09-23rd__PART_2.wma
is there but part1 is missing!

entrailicus said...

Thanks Anon, I did like that. As far as part one goes, if anyone out there has it, please let me know. This is an especially important show for me as it's the weekend that I first started university and remember probably alienating the people I should have been trying to befriend by making them listen to Peel!

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