Hello, partygoers! It was a lovely, sunny Easter Sunday, but David and Mary couldn’t resist popping into the Listening Party rumpus room for some delightful music and the usual tomfoolery.

And what a lot of music we have this week. You’ll hear girl rock, country psych, pocket prog, commercial pop, and faux feudalism, plus a mini-doc about The Left Banke and Michael Brown. Who could say no?

Join us in the rumpus room to hear:

  1. The Like – “What I Say and What I Mean” – Are You Thinking What I’m Thinking, 2005 – 16:24
  2. The Left Banke – “Barterers and Their Wives” – Just Walk Away, Renée/Pretty Ballerina, 1967 – 25:25
  3. The Kingsbury Manx – “Regular Hands” – The Kingsbury Manx, 2000 – 1:16:22
  4. Bloomsbury People – “Pioneer Saint of Death” – Bloomsbury People, 1970 – 1:29:53
  5. Villagers – “Nothing Arrived” – {Awayland}, 2013 – 1:49:19
  6. The Love-Ins – “That’s All She Wrote” – Curtis Bros. Records single b/w “Everything’s There”, 1966 – 1:54:37
  7. Rita Lee – “Frique Comigo” – Hojé E O Primiero Dia da Vida, 1972 – 1:59:51
  8. Julie Doiron – “Consolation Prize” – I Can Wonder What You Did with Your Day, 2009 – 2:07:58
  9. Big Star – For You (Fireplace) – Third/Sister Lovers, 1978 – 2:18:47
  10. The Tokens – “She Let Her Hair Down (Early in the Morning)” – Both Sides Now, 1971 – 2:29:12
  11. Olivia Tremor Control – “Holiday Surprise 1, 2 ,3” – Music from the Unrealized Film Script: Dusk at Cubist Castle, 1996 – 2:43:43
  12. Fairport Convention – “Now Be Thankful” – Island Records single b/w “Sir B. McKenzie’s Daughter’s Lament For the 77th Mounted Lancers Retreat from the Straits Of Loch Knombe, in the Year of Our Lord 1727, on the Occasion of the Announcement of Her Marriage to the Laird of Kinleakie”, 1970 – 2:55:34
  13. The Fall – “Leave the Capitol” – Slates, 1981 – 3:05:56

Also spinning on the old Victrola:

  • The Left Banke – “Desirée” – Smash Records single b/w “I’ve Got Something on My Mind”, 1968 – 44:04
  • The Left Banke – “There’s Gonna Be a Storm” – The Left Banke Too, 1968 – 48:51
  • Montage – “Grand Pianist” – Montage, 1969 – 56:30
  • Steve Martin – “Love Songs in the Night” – Buddah Records single b/w “Two By Two”, 1971 – 1:00:48
  • Stories – “Take Cover” – Stories, 1972 – 1:04:22
  • The Beckies – “On the Morning That She Came” – The Beckies, 1976 – 1:09:00
  • Sigmund Snopek III – “Soothsayers Dove” – Virginia Woolfe, 1972 – 1:41:15

Thanks for listening.

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Dept of Corections:
Dave misspoke during the show, attributing drums to The Like’s Charlotte Froom. She was actually the original bassist for the group! Apologies all round!