More freeform interstitial airwave debris transmitting somewhere off the coast of Los Angeles.

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MP3: Sidecar: Transmission / 9

Johnny Thunder – I’m Alive
The Kinks – Nothing In This World Can Stop Me Worryin’ Bout That Girl
Rob London – Gloria
Grateful Dead – Cream Puff War
The Seeds – Can’t Seem To Make You Mine
( ( Break ) )
The Electric Piano Underground – Good Vibrations
David Bowie – Let Me Sleep Beside You (BBC Session)
The French Church – Slapneck 45
Bill Deal & The Rhondells – Hey Bulldog
Mickey & Sylvia – Dearest

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16 Responses to “Aquarium Drunkard: Sidecar (Transmission 9) – Podcast / Mixtape”

  1. That johnny thunder track is unstoppable.

  2. Enjoying the sounds in your mixers. I thought you would all like to hear something from a curved angle. Graham Danby singing I’ve got a little whippet and he goes real slow. This is sung with a Northeast English accent. it is used to illustrate a video about some ones 3 legged whippet. This may not be to all our tastes but variety is the spice of life.

  3. annnnd you pulled a track from the only Grateful Dead album I can stomach.

  4. Keep it up. PLEASE.

  5. S I C K. Had been eagerly awaiting another installment of this.

  6. sho nuff, yes I do

  7. dude. that seeds song. killer.

  8. I remember this Hey Bulldog cover from awhile back on here.

  9. “That johnny thunder track is unstoppable.” – I’ll second that! Lou Reed commercial was fun, too.

  10. A pleasure as always!

  11. That David Bowie song is the best song I’ve ever heard. My heart feels like it’s going to explode.

  12. @coop – I felt the same way when I first heard it.

  13. The Mickey & Sylvia song is so sweet, they have that lone, wandering, guitar sound – reminds me of the Ritchie Valens movie La Bamba.

  14. Fantastic mix! Thanks for sharing! Had it on repeat a few times today!

  15. Perfection


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