Dose of Thunder, 1.8.09

Dose of Thunder (w/Cate)

1. Firehose, “Brave Captain” from Brave Captain 7″
2. Pere Ubu, “Street Waves” from The Modern Dance
3. Abe Vigoda, “Don’t Lie” from Reviver
4. Times New Viking, “Call and Respond” from Stay Awake
5. Eric’s Trip, “Follow” from Love Tara
6. That Ghost, “Never Have Fun” from Young Fridays
7. The Botticellis, “Awaiting on You All” from 7″
8. The Magnetic Fields, “Strange Powers” from Holiday
9. The Clean, “Tally Ho!” from Compilation
10. Crystal Stilts, “Shattered Shine” from Alight of Night
11. The Walkmen, “Wake Up” from Everyone who pretended to Like Me Is Gone
12. The Dutchess and The Duke, “Never Had a Chance” from Never Had a Chance 7″
13. Francois Virot, “Dummies” from Yes or No
14. Tim Hardin, “Reason to Believe” from Tim Hardin 1
15. Okkervil River, “Black Sheep Boy”
16. Eric’s Trip, “Behind the Garage” from Love Tara
17. Neil Young, “On The Way Home” from Sugar Mountain: Live at the Canterbury House 1968
18. The Tallest Man on Earth, “Shallow Grave” from Shallow Grave
19. Fred Neil, “Little Bit of Rain” from Little Bit of Rain
20. Karen Dalton, “Something on Your Mind” from In My Own Time
21. Brightblack Morning Light, “All We Have Broken Shines” from Brightblack Morning Light
22. Phosphorescent, “Cocaine Lights” from Daytrotter
23. Here We Go Magic, “Tunnelvision” from Here We Go Magic
24. Animal Collective, “Summertime Clothes” from Merriweather Post Pavilion
25. The Fugs, “Slum Goddess” from The Fugs First Album
26. Stiff Little Fingers, “Suspect Device” from Inflammmable Material
27. Pere Ubu, “Navvy” from Dub Housing
28. The Stooges, “1969” from The Stooges
29. The Stooges, “Down On The Street” from Fun House
30. The Stooges, “T.V. Eye” from Fun House
31. The Stooges, “Your Pretty Face is Going to Hell” from Raw Power
32. The Stooges, “Raw Power” from Raw Power

An influence set: 14 and 15, 19 and 20. “Black Sheep Boy” is a Hardin track. Fred Neil wrote “Little Bit of Rain,” Dalton covered it. “Something on Your Mind” is Nick Cave’s favorite song. Daytrotter’s version of “Cocaine Lights” is amazing. Matthew Houck is quite something, and has a Willie Nelson covers album coming our way on Dead Oceans this year. Last five songs in tribute to Ron Asheton’s shred-dom. Picked ‘Raw Power’ on the jukebox last night at the Rush.

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