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The Telly Truffle

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Take a trip down nostalgia lane, with this week’s shuffle, delights from the world of TV Themes…

  1. The Sounds – Shufflin’
  2. The Robert Cobert Orchestra  – Dark Shadows
  3. Ron Grainer & Delia Derbyshire – Doctor Who
  4. Glen Larson – Hardy Boys & Nancy Drew
  5. Fred Steiner – Park Avenue Beat (Perry Mason Theme)
  6. Neal Hefti – The Odd Couple
  7. Stanley Wilson – Funeral March of a Marionette (Alfred Hitchcock Presents)
  8. Laurie Johnson – Gala Performance (This Is Your Life)
  9. Neil Richardson – Approaching Menace (Mastermind)
  10. The Noveltones – Vision On (Left bank 2)
  11. Ted Nichols – Dastardly & Muttley In Their Flying Machines
  12. Hoyt Curtin – Hong Kong Phooey
  13. Henri Mancini – The Inspector
  14. Doug Goodwin – Ant Aardvark
  15. Boyfriends – Size Ten Shuffle (Paddington Bear)
  16. The Tony Hatch Orchestra – Crossroads
  17. Thom Pace – Maybe (Theme From Grizzly Adams)
  18. David Rose – Little House On The Prarie
  19. John Barry – The Persuaders
  20. Michael Carr – Edgar Wallace
  21. Jack Marshall – The Munsters
  22. Irving Szathmary – Get Smart
  23. Lalo Schifrin – Mission Impossible
  24. Laurie Johnson – The Avengers
  25. Quincy Jones – Ironside
  26. Henri Mancini – Peter Gunn
  27. Edwin Astley – The Saint
  28. Harry South – The Sweeney
  29. Barry Gray – Stingray
  30. Barry Gray – SPACE 1999
  31. Alexander Courage – Star Trek
  32. Ronnie Hazlehurst – Sorry
  33. Ron Grainer – Tales Of The Unexpected
  34. Telltale – Rainbow
  35. Miklós Rózsa – Asphalt Jungle
  36. Dave Brubeck – Theme From Mr. Broadway
  37. Henry Mancini – Theme From Mr. Lucky
  38. Elmer Bernstein – Johnny Stacatto
  39. Nelson Riddle – Theme from Route 66
  40. George Duning – Tightrope
  41. Oliver Nelson – Six Million Dollar Man

 

Groove On The Wireless a (Sick) Six

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    Sooner or later God’s gonna Cut you Down – I heard that whilst being in the back of a troop carrier going into some war zone that looked very middle eastern.  Battlefield 3 – but I was just playing a game – what I got struck down with was the shingles so this version of Groove on the wireless comes from the MASH tent.  The Doctor has been watching much Baseball, go Giant’s so he knows Who is on first base, What’s on second, and Idontknow is on third.  Eventually you just got to get yourself back in the game, and that means Getting behind the mule in the morning and plough.
  • Track-list
  • B. Fleishmann – The Rise and Fall of the Drinker
  • A Silver Mt. Zion – 13 angels standing guard ‘roun
  • Johnny Cash – God’s gonna cut you down
  • Brian Eno – The Big Ship [[Another Green World]]
  • Azealia Banks – Liquorice
  • Holy Fuck – 1MB
  • Tom Waits – Get Behind a Mule
  • Abbott & Costello – Who’s on first
  • BNJMN – Ocean Spray
  • Liquid Liquid – Optimo
  • Lindstrom & Christabelle – Lovesick
  • The Damned – New Rose
  • Dominick Eulberg – Aeuronaut
  • Hank Williams – Kaw-Liga [[Moonrise Kingdom]]

Turned out a PUNK Episode 150 – Jamie Stewart (XIU XIU, Ten In The Swear Jar, IBOPA, 7 Year Rabbit Cycle, Blue Water White Death, Former Ghosts, Hexa, Teen Plaque, XXL)

https://audioboom.com/posts/6584194.mp3?source=rss&stitched=1
“I Know, I Know, I Know, IT’S OVER!”, This week we’ve got JAMIE STEWART on the show! That’s right, Jamie jumped on the TOAP Bat Phone to gab all about Punk, New Wave & everything outside & in-between. This one is seriously awesome & has tons of stuff squished into just over an hour! Stop What You’re Doing & LISTEN TO THIS!

Also Touched On:

A Round About Way Into Punk

Punk Not Allowed In The House Due To A Lack Of Musical Objectiveness

But, There Was Some New Wave Allowed In

Missing Warped Tour Stuff Gratefully

Getting In A Band With PUNK LEGENDS For Your First Gigging Experience

Playing A Fretless Ibanez Bass In The Greatest Named Band Ever: BRUTUS ATE A TACO

Bebop Records

Seeing An Early Jane’s Addiction At A Record Store

Seeing David Bowie & Siouxsie & The Banshees

Going To Reggae Shows & Wearing A Tam

The Longest Running High School Band: One Gig A Year

Musician Wanted For A Band That Sounds Like Free Jazz Era Coltrane & NIN

Barry & The Rehearsal Studio

The Drum Club: The Most LA Music Industry Thing You Will Ever Hear

TECHNOPRIMAL: Electronic Drums, Alternative Tuned Bass & A Christian Rock Guitar Player

Live Nude Psychics: Misspelt

Getting Schooled By The Greats

Borrowing NoFX’s Amps

Josie Cotton & Geza X

Paul Roessler

A Forced On Stage Blues Jam Session With GG Allin

Seeing Babyland & Nearly Getting Smashed In The Face By A Flying Wrench

Recording Raggedy Anne (The Pre-Donnas Riot Grrrl Band On A Protools Proto-Type)

& MUCH, MUCH MORE…

BROUGHT TO YOU BY VANS
“I Know, I Know, I Know, IT’S OVER!”, This week we’ve got JAMIE STEWART on the show! That’s right, Jamie jumped on the TOAP Bat Phone to gab all about Punk, New Wave & everything outside & in-between. This one is seriously awesome & has tons of stuff squished into just over an hour! Stop What You’re Doing & LISTEN TO THIS!  

Also Touched On:

A Round About Way Into Punk

Punk Not Allowed In The House Due To A Lack Of Musical Objectiveness 

But, There Was Some New Wave Allowed In

Missing Warped Tour Stuff Gratefully 

Getting In A Band With PUNK LEGENDS For Your First Gigging Experience 

Playing A Fretless Ibanez Bass In The Greatest Named Band Ever: BRUTUS ATE A TACO

Bebop Records

Seeing An Early Jane’s Addiction At A Record Store

Seeing David Bowie & Siouxsie & The Banshees 

Going To Reggae Shows & Wearing A Tam

The Longest Running High School Band: One Gig A Year

Musician Wanted For A Band That Sounds Like Free Jazz Era Coltrane & NIN

Barry & The Rehearsal Studio

The Drum Club: The Most LA Music Industry Thing You Will Ever Hear

TECHNOPRIMAL: Electronic Drums, Alternative Tuned Bass & A Christian Rock Guitar Player

Live Nude Psychics: Misspelt

Getting Schooled By The Greats

Borrowing NoFX’s Amps

Josie Cotton & Geza X

Paul Roessler

A Forced On Stage Blues Jam Session With GG Allin 

Seeing Babyland & Nearly Getting Smashed In The Face By A Flying Wrench

Recording Raggedy Anne (The Pre-Donnas Riot Grrrl Band On A Protools Proto-Type)

& MUCH, MUCH MORE…

BROUGHT TO YOU BY VANS

Sounds from the Attic with Dj Egg – Episode 6

Sounds from the Attic with Dj Egg – Episode- 6

Neu !  – Hallogallo

Cyann & Ben – Sunny Morning

UI – Drive till he sleeps

Bill Wells Trio – Four Cows

Virgin Prunes – Sandpaper Lullabye

Cesarians- Flesh is grass

Ween – Voodoo Lady

Dexys Midnight Runners – This is what she’s like

Tim Buckley – Buzzin Fly

Johnny Thunders – You can’t put your arms around a memory

Hem – Jackson

Nick Cave – Let it be

 

Whatever You’re Havin’ #5

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Take Me To Heaven - Laibach (Iron Sky OST)
She Brings The Sunlight - Richard Hawley
Bleeding Muddy Waters - Mark Lanegan
Heading For The Top Now - Spiritualized
Sweetest Girl - Scritti Politti
Come And Behold (Green Garthside revoice) - King Midas Sound
Ocean In Your Eyes - Smoky & Miho
Buenos Aires - The Ruby Tailights
Guiding Light - John Hegarty
Westlink  -  A-Tone
Sorry With A Song - Josh T Pearson
Rain Song - Dirty Three
The Rattling Hell - Spook of the Thirteenth Lock
Just As The Tide Was Slowing - James Yorkston & the Big Eye Family Players
Randolph's Tango - Mark Kozelek
Shipyards - Open Sewage