aquarium drunkard podcast 11

Extra width / Winter weight. Country gospel soul. Est. 1975.

Direct download, below. Subscribe to future transmissions via iTunes and/or through the RSS, here. The first ten transmissions can be found and downloaded, here.

MP3: Sidecar: Transmission / 11

Clover – Mr. Moon
Daniel Moore – May, 16, 1975
Goose Creek Symphony – A Satisfied Mind
Bob Martin – Captain Jesus
Elyse – Houses (w/ Neil Young)
The B.C. Harmonizers – You Ought To Been There
Odetta – Baby, I’m In The Mood For You
Willis Alan Ramsey – Geraldine And The Honeybee
Bobby Charles – Street People
Harry Crews – Everything Was Stories
Ramsay Midwood – Spinning On This Rock

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21 Responses to “Aquarium Drunkard: Sidecar (Transmission 11) – Podcast/Mixtape”

  1. boss

  2. loving the bandnotband thing going here AD

  3. Thanks again!

  4. Heavyweight ya mean

  5. Always great to see people showin Willis Alan Ramsey some love. Growing up in Texas its required listening. And that Bobby Charles lp has been in heavy rotation for a while now. Keep up the good work!

  6. ive grabbed every one of these AD podcasts (thank you), and this is by far my favorite yet. pure 70s cinema, here, friend.

  7. the first time I heard Daniel Moore right here

  8. Ramsay Midwood! Awesome!

  9. Yeah agreed this might be the best one yet. Keep them coming at your own chosen speed

  10. streets ahead

  11. this daniel moore song is gorgeous. thx, great compilation.

  12. This collection makes me want to grow my beard out, wear blue jean shirts and brown pants, and start my own organic farm in the outskirts of the city while barefoot. Fooo YAHHHH. Lovin it!



  13. seriously, best yet.

  14. saddleback mushroom jams

  15. This is really great. Thanks for compiling and sharing

  16. […] slid this slice of psych-folk into the latest Sidecar podcast (Transmission 11) earlier this week to a number of inquiries.  The provenance of “Houses” is via the […]

  17. A thoughtful collection of soulful music that goes right the bones.

  18. Nice drop of the Harry Crewes….you’ve seen Searching for the Wrong-Eyed Jesus then? Best movie ever about being a musician/weirdo in the South. I lived that and survived with all the fingers and limbs I had coming to me.

  19. […] years ago. I included The B.C. Harmonizers “You Ought To Been There” on the latest Transmissions podcast, and a quick scan finds WFMU hosting the entirety of the compilation for download (gratis) via […]

  20. […] exploration on the compilation, Fire In My Bones. Aquarium Drunkard dropped them on his recent Transmissions podcast and it blew my mind. So there’s that. More importantly, this is gospel glory that will crush […]

  21. This is my favorite episode yet. Really well thought out. I have been singing these songs in my head for the last week,

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