Three D Radio announcer, Megan Cat (up until recently with her husband, the late Peter Brat) lives in "The BratHaus" a rural seaside home about 100km from Adelaide on South Australia's scenic Fleurieu Peninsula.
Veteran musician Peter, and artist/musician Megan, were long-time DJs on Three D Radio 93.7fm
, Adelaide's eclectic independent music station.
Together Peter & Megan, known as "The Cat and The Brat" created this blog to allow listeners to review the playlists of their radio show, "Technicolour Dreaming" , watch clips of selected songs and simply join them in the enjoyment of their favourite music... psychedelia, 60's garage,
surf, punk/post-punk, pop, folk-rock, glam, 'Krautrock', goth, 80's electro... and much more!
But The Cat is carrying on the tradition, with guest co-presenters, and "Technicolour Dreaming" will continue in the same format, drawing from the huge "Cat & Brat" music collection, with the addition of new releases and reissues to keep things current. The Brat is hugely missed, but the show must go on, as he wanted...

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Technicolour Dreaming

And so here it is... after six years of ‘drive-time radio’, we have the final Wednesday evening edition of Technicolour Dreaming. But it’s a consolidation, not some doomsday pronouncement... the Cat & the Brat will return on Tuesday, the first day of 2013, with an all-new version, rolling our two shows into one woozy, psychedelic, obscurity-filled noise-fest for your aural delectation! We will be combining our latest psych/surf/garage/electronic/pop faves with a generous helping of the weird & wonderful [dare we say obscurities?] of yesteryear, both from home and faraway shores plus the occasional interview and ‘live in the studio’ performance, as is our wont. And our dear former co-DOT, Mr Michael Hunter, will be dropping in from time to time to throw a few rarities/oddities your way... so it really is a case of “plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose ”, but in a good way!! In the meantime, feast your ears & eyes on the playlist/clips below from this last show where we played a bunch of our picks from 2012 including Pony Face, Los Liminanas and Ty Segall as well as all-time greats such as Sparks, Wooden Shjips and the Seeds before our finalArtist of the Month” choice, Scott Walker, provided the melodious soundtrack to our getaway......
A safe and enjoyable holiday season to you all!! See you next year..........
Wooden Shjips – Lazy Bones      (‘West’ 2011 San Francisco, USA)
Adam & the Ants – Day I Met God      (‘Dirk Wears White Sox’ LP 1979 London, UK)
the Moodists – Where the trees walk downhill      (7”single 1980 Adelaide, Australia)
the Move – Flowers in the Rain      (7”single 1967 UK)
Ty Segall & White Fence – Scissor People      (‘Hair’ 2012 California, USA)
the Seeds – Pushin’ Too Hard      (7”single 1966 USA)
Los Liminanas – Salvation      (‘Crystal Anis’ 2012 Perpignan, France)
Los Coronas – Alamerde      (‘El Baile Final... De Los Locos Y Los Cuerdos’ 2009 Spain)
the Higher State – You I’ll Be Following [Love cover]      (‘California’ EP 2009 Folkstone, Kent, UK)
Magic Bones – Once You Forget [how I tricked you into this]      (‘Once You Forget’ CDsingle 2012 Melbourne, Australia)
             – Phone interview with Kiri from Magic Bones –   
the Allah-Las – Catamaran      (‘Allah-Las’ LP 2012 California, USA)
Les Annees – Catherine Fields      (‘Les Annees’ 2009 Melbourne, Australia)
Eric Burdon & the Animals – A Girl Named Sandoz      (7”single b-side [to When I Was Young] 1967 UK/USA)
July – The Way      (‘July’ LP 1968 UK)
the Hidden Masters – Grey Walls Grey      (7”single b-side [to Nobody Knows That We’re Here] 2010 Scotland, UK)
the Church – Is This Where You Live?      (‘Of Skins & Heart’ LP 1981 Sydney, Australia)
Sparks – Amateur Hour      (‘Kimono My House’ LP 1972 USA/UK)
the Beach Boys – Heroes & Villains [alt. version]      (rec. 1967 – taken from ‘L.A. Nuggets - Where the Action Is: 1965-1968’ compilation 2010 USA)
Pony Face – Alabama      (‘Hypnotised’ 2012 Melbourne, Australia)
the Molting Vultures – Drop In & Go      (7”split-single [with Peter Brat -‘Life On the Dole’] 2010 Adelaide, Australia)
T.Rex – Rip Off      (‘Electric Warrior’ LP 1971 UK)   
Scott Walker – The Old Man’s Back Again [Dedicated to the Neo-Stalinist Regime]      (‘Scott 4’ LP 1969 UK/USA)    #   
          #   “Artist of the Month”



As you may have heard, mutually agreed changes are afoot with the shows.  This week's Technicolour Dreaming and Obscured By... are the last in the current format. 

As from January 1 2013, the two shows will be combined into one, in the Tuesday 2-4pm (Adelaide time) timeslot that till now was occupied by Obscured By...

It will now be a musical combination of the shows as well - psych, surf, punk etc etc, new and old, as you've come to know and love.  Obscurities and 60s Australian rock won't be forgotten either.

The new show will usually be hosted by The Cat & The Brat, with Michael Hunter joining in as needs be!  However - we're thinking it needs a new name to go with the other changes; something memorable and appropriate to the styles played.  Because that's usually the hardest part of the process, any suggestions will be welcome!  Please just put any such ideas as a comment to this post.

If we go with a suggestion from here, the lucky winner will get to listen to the show for free!!  (OK yes, that's the best we can do, but think of the bragging rights too...)

In any case, keep listening Tues 2 to 4, Three D Radio 93.7FM and streaming all over the web!

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Obscured By...

On this final edition of ‘Obscured by...’ in its current format, all three "dots" were joined by Yours Truly, a duo comprising Ken Stewart (Urban Guerillas) and local performer David Robinson, chatting and playing live in the studio.  Also featured were some tracks from the 3CD compilation which accompanies Julian Cope’s new tome “Copendium”.... Rock Hudson rocked us (gently) ...Swedish psych legends Baby Grandmothers’ only single during their long career (and they went to Finland to make & release it!).... Electric Moon’s Germanic spacerock drone, some Dirty Filthy Mud and Kak with Mothers Love.... and everything else listed below!  We’ll be back on the first day of 2013 with a new format show, but with more similarities than differences to what has gone before!
Rev. Black & the Rockin’ V’s – Sugar Train      (7”single b-side [to Down to the Last 500] 1968 Australia)
Quinn – Mighty Quinn [Dylan/Manfred Mann cover]      (7”single 1969 Aust.)
Phil Jones & the Unknown Blues – If I Had a Ticket      (7”single 1966 Aust.)
Procession – Listen      (7”single 1968 Aust.)
Running, Jumping, Standing Still – Diddy Wah Diddy [Bo Diddley cover]      (7”single 1966 Aust.)
Baby Grandmothers – Being Is More Than life      (7”single b-side [to Somebody Keeps Calling My Name] 1968 Sweden)
Eero Koisvistoinen – Small Games Inside an Urban Limousine      (‘Valtakunta’ LP 1968 Finland)
Electric Moon – Gefaehrliche Planetengirls      (‘Lunatics’ LP 2010 Germany)
Yours Truly – Where Did You Go?       (Performed “live” in the 3D Radio ‘on-air’ studio 18/12/2012 Adelaide, Aust.)
Yours Truly – Here Come the Americans [orig. Urban Guerillas song]          (Performed “live” in the 3D Radio ‘on-air’ studio 18/12/2012 Adelaide, Aust.)
Yours Truly – Shining Light      (‘Very Together’ 2012 Aust.)
Lord Buckley – Supermarket      (‘Way Out Humour’ LP 1959 USA – taken from ‘Copendium’ compilation 2012 UK) 
Cold Sun – Fall      (‘Dark Shadows’ LP 1970 Texas, USA)
Rock Hudson – Things Bright & Beautiful      (‘Rock, Gently’ LP 1968 USA)
the Plugz – La Bamba [Richie Valens cover]      (‘Electrify Me’ LP 1979 USA)
Brian Eno – The Lion Sleeps Tonight      (7”single 1975 UK)
Liquid Visions – Mt Olympus      (‘Liquid Visions’ 1998 Germany)
the Purple Merkins – Ain’t Got Enough      (‘Merkinmania’ LP 1997 Tuscon, Arizona, USA – taken from cover-mount CD  of ‘Rumble Skunk Vol. 2’ fanzine 2010 Greece)
Dirty Filthy Mud – The Forest of Black      (7”single 1968 California, USA)
Kak – Trieulogy      (‘Kak’ LP 1969 USA)
William Sheller – Living East, Dreaming West      (7”single b-side [to She Opened the Door] 1970 France)
Mother’s Love – Saint Without Glory      (‘Take One’ LP 1968 Holland)
Vincent Blake Shadow – Child of Orion      (‘Vincent Black Shadow’ LP 2005 Baltimore, USA)

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Technicolour Dreaming

So here we are.... the date? 12/12/12.... the penultimate Technicolour Dreaming, both for this year and for the Wednesday time-slot and current format – we will be starting anew on the first day of 2013 – but more of that next week... first you may like to know what was featured this week? We began with a couple of Rolling Stones tunes from the second half of the 1960’s, their pop/psych/punk prime period. We played some tracks from UK label State Records’ roster, which includes the Higher State and the Hidden Masters [check out the short film about the label], there was an Antipodean take on a Nuggets classic, a “1960’s fake” on a 1980’s single by Thee Wylde Main-iacs (exact date unknown – the single purports to be from 1966, but apparently isn’t!), some genuine modern garage/psych from Thee Oh Sees, another track from Moon Duo’s brilliant latest, some local organ weirdness (is that the brown note?) from Horrahedd, an ode to pop from Denmark’s Surf School Dropouts, and finally, of course, another song by Scott Walker, our current “Artist of the Month” ... all these goodies and more brought to you for your listening pleasure by the Cat & the Brat.....
..... so here is the playlist.....
David Bowie – Let’s Spend the Night Together [Rolling Stones cover]      (‘Aladdin Sane’ LP 1973 UK)
the Rolling Stones – She’s a Rainbow      (‘Their Satanic Majesties Request’ LP 1967 UK)
the Aquarian Age – 10,000 Words in a Cardboard Box      (7”single 1968 UK)
Tomorrow – Revolution      (7”single 1967 UK)
Montero – My World Fell Down [Sagittarius cover]      (‘Nuggets: Antipodean Interpolations of the First Psychedelic Era’ compilation 2012 Australia)    
Oak Apple Day – Oceans of Fire      (7”single b-side [to No Face, No Name, No Number] 1969 Aust. – taken from ‘Datura Dreamtime:  Further Psychotropic Experimentation in the Forest of Goldtops’ compilation 1999 Aust.)
Horrahedd – Jogga Jogga Chuck Chuck      (‘Live @ Rob’s Haunted House’ 2012 Adelaide, Aust.)
Thee Oh Sees – Floods New Light      (‘Putrifiers 11 EP’ 2012 San Francisco, USA)
White Fence – King of the Decade      (‘White Fence & Family/Perfume’ 2012 USA)
Surf School Dropouts – Favourite Record      (‘Summer is a State of Mind’ 2012 Copenhagen, Denmark)
the Swamp Cats – Vampira’s Surf Tragedy      (‘Surf-a-Rama’ compilation 1998 Aust.)
DieselWitch – Guilty      (demo 2012 Adelaide, Aust.)
Doctor Stone – Purple Slice      (‘Purple Slice’ EP 1997 Aust.)
the Black Angels – Sunday Afternoon      (‘Phosphene Dream’ 2010 USA)
Magic Bones – On the Spot      (single b-side [to Once You Forget] 2012 Melbourne, Aust.)
the Hidden Masters – Nobody Knows That We’re Here      (7”single 2012 UK)
the Higher State – Ain’t It Hard [Electric Prunes cover]      (7”single b-side [to I Just Pretend] 2012 Sandgate, Kent, UK)
the Market Squares – Inside My Mind      (7”single 2013 UK/USA – advance copy)
Painted Hills – Kaleidoscope Eyes      (‘Painted Hills’ LP 2010 USA)
Moon Duo – Circles      (‘Circles’ 2012 San Francisco, USA)
Thee Wylde Main-iacs – Why Ain’t Love Fair      (7”single b-side [to Not the One for Me] circa 1980 USA – taken from ‘New England Teen Scene:  the Next Generation’ compilation 1994 USA)
Scott Walker – Plastic Palace People      (‘Scott 2’ LP 1968 UK)    #   
     #    “Artist of the Month”

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Obscured By...

What did the penultimate show in the current format have in store?  Well, there were folky Beatles covers and some rather lengthy tracks by Godley & Creme and Robert Wyatt (or a previously unreleased extended version in the latter case).  There was some rare "prog pop" for the want of a better term, from a little known 60s Boston band with the wonderful name of Phluph.  Also, brand new Scott Walker and a  Market Square track yet to see release.  Mask featured ex-Curved Air singer Sonja Kristina in a different format.  And... the rest is as mentioned below, painstakingly prepared by Michael Hunter & Cat and Brat.

Steve & the Board – Little Miss Rhythm’n’Blues      (‘Steve & the Board... and the Giggle Eyed Goo’ LP 1966 Sydney, Australia)
Johnny Hawker Orchestra – Spicks & Specks [Bee Gees cover]      (‘Out Front’ LP 1967 Aust.)
Dave’n’Lee – I Can See the Colours of the Butterfly      (7”single 1969 Aust.)
Thursday’s Children – It’s Love      (unreleased single, recorded 1970 Brisbane, Aust. – taken from ‘A Magical Mystery Tour : the David Fraser Tapes 1967-71’ compilation 2001 Aust.)
Trevor McNamara – Joseph Blackwell      (‘Yeah Captain’ LP 1969 Adelaide, Aust.)
Phluph – Dr Mind      (‘Phluph’ LP 1968 Boston, USA)
Phluph – Lovely Lady      (‘Phluph’ LP 1968 Boston, USA)
Dickens – Genocide      (‘Royal Incarnation’ LP  1969 France)
Godley & Creme – The Party      (‘Ismism’ LP 1981 UK/USA)
Scott Walker – The Day the ‘Conducator’ Died [an Xmas song]      (‘Bish Bosh’ 2012 UK/USA)
Gene Clark – No Other      (‘No Other’ LP 1974 California, USA)
Robert Wyatt – I’m a Believer [Monkees cover]      (extended version – taken from ‘the EP’s boxset’ 1974 UK)
June Tabor – In My Life [Beatles cover]      (recorded  December, 2005 on BBC Radio 2 – taken from ‘Rubber Folk’ comp. 2006 UK)
Show of Hands – If I Needed Someone [Beatles cover]      (recorded  December, 2005 on BBC Radio 2 – taken from ‘Rubber Folk’ comp. 2006 UK)
the Higher State – Smell of Incense [West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band cover]      (‘California’ EP 2008 UK)
Suzi Chunk – For the Millionth Time      (‘Girl From The Neck Down’ LP 2012 Wales, UK)
the Market Square – Afternoon Tide      (7”single 2013 USA/UK – advance promo copy)
the Galileo 7 – The Man Who Wasn’t There      (‘Staring at the Sound’ LP 2012 UK)
the Higher State – I Just Pretend      (7”single 2012 UK)
XTC – Blame the Weather      (7”single b-side [to Senses Working Overtime] 1982 UK – taken from ‘Rag & Bone Buffet: Rare Cuts and Leftovers’ compilation 1990 UK)
Mask – Blue Words      (‘Heavy Petal: The Tenebrous Odyssey of Jack & Virginia’ 2006 UK)
Suns of Arqa – Tomorrow Never Knows [Beatles cover]      (‘Solar Activity 1979-2001’ anthology 2001 UK)
Svensk – Dream Magazine      (7”single 1967 UK)
Larry’s Rebel’s – Halloween      (7”single b-side [to Everybody’s Girl] 1968 New Zealand/Aust.)
Sealing Smoke – Rubber Rapper      (unreleased single, recorded 1970 Memphis, USA – taken from ‘Feeling High: the Psychedelic Sound of Memphis’ compilation 2012 USA) 

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Technicolour Dreaming

Paul D [from 3D Radio’s “the B-Side”] curated this week’s edition of Technicolour Dreaming in the absence of the Cat & the Brat... and what a great program! Beginning with a set of UK punk rock goodness from the likes of the Leyton Buzzards and Stiff Little Fingers, he featured releases and demos by some of Adelaide and Australia’s brightest, from the new DieselWitch and Villenettes demos through a couple of tracks from the Nuggets: Antipodean Interpolations... compilation of covers which was released last week, and on to current fave Subtract-S and back to a Green Circles track from 2008. The rest of the world wasn’t left out either, with great tracks from Donovan, Magazine, the Misunderstood etc, as well as introducing  Scott Walker  as our final “Band [or in this case, ‘Artiste’] of the Month” for 2012 – all said and done, a very cool listening experience! Thanks Paul!!
...... and here is his playlist.....
the Leyton Buzzards Saturday Night [Beneath the Plastic Palm Trees]     (‘Jellied Eels to Record Deals’ LP 1979 UK)
the Not Sensibles – I’m In Love With Margaret Thatcher      (7”single 1979 UK)
the Cockney Rejects – The Greatest Cockney Rip Off       (7”single 1980 UK)
TV Personalities – Happy Families      (‘Where’s Bill Grundy Now?’ EP 1978 UK)
Stiff Little Fingers – Suspect Device      (7”single 1978 Ulster, UK)
the Villenettes – Blood On The Table      (demo 2012 Adelaide, Australia)
DieselWitch – Smart Boy       (demo 2012 Adelaide, Australia)
the Laurels – You’re Gonna Miss Me [Roky Erikson cover]      (Nuggets: Antipodean Interpolations of the First Psychedelic Era’ compilation 2012 Australia)    
the Murlocs – Psychotic Reaction [Count V cover]      (Nuggets: Antipodean Interpolations of the First Psychedelic Era’ compilation 2012 Australia)
the Intelligence – Hippy Provider      (‘Everybody’s Got It Easy But Me’ 2012 USA)
Real Estate – All The Same      (‘Days’ 2011 USA)
the Fresh & Onlys – Dream Girls      (‘Long Slow Dance’ 2012 USA)
the Hollies – Stop Stop Stop       (7”single 1966 UK)
the Green Circles – Shaken & Stirred       (demo 2008 Adelaide, Australia)
Mountain – Nantucket Sleighride      (‘Nantucket Sleighride’ LP 1971 USA)
Subtract S – Mb PH      (‘Love From Outer Space’ cdEP 2012 Adelaide, Australia)
the Citradels – Orsa      (demo 2012 Melbourne, Australia)
Magazine – My Tulpa      (‘Real Life’ LP 1978 UK)
Rule Of Thirds – No More Moon      (demo 2012 Adelaide, Aust.)
the Demons Claws – Trip To The Clinic      (‘The Defrosting of...’ 2010 Montreal,  Canada)
the Misunderstood – I Can Take You To The Sun      (7”single 1966 UK/USA – taken from 1992 cd-reissue of ‘Before the Dream Faded’ anthology LP 1982 UK)
Scott Walker – Montague Terrace (In Blue)      (‘Scott’ LP 1967 UK – taken from ‘Boy Child: Best of Scott Walker 1967-1970’ anthology 2000 UK)   #    
the Searchers – I Pretend I’m With You      (7”single b-side [to Don’t Throw Your Love Away] 1964 UK)
Donovan – Sunny South Kensington      (‘Mellow Yellow’ LP 1967 USA/UK – taken from ‘Psychedelia at Abbey Road 1965-1969’ compilation 1998 UK)
     #   “Artiste of the Month”

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Obscured By...

The new collection of "Antipodean" Nuggets CDs is still proving to be very plunderable, and so they began and concluded this week's Obscured By..., hosted by a solo Michael Hunter.  In between was the expected mix of old and new / near and far - and the just a little odd.  For the latter, look no further than Jonathan & Darlene Edwards (the less-talented alter egos of Jo Stafford & Paul Weston) deconstructing I Am Woman.  Some fine Greek pop and a frenzied accordion-led Purple Haze by Svetlyo Zhilev added to the mix, along with a near-half hour long track from the new Neil Young with Crazy Horse CD!  US singer/songwriter/cellist Ben Sollee, who will be a guest on the show in mid-January, showed what he's capable of - and the rest of the musical menu can be savoured below...

The Missing Links – Wild About You     (7”single 1966 Australia – taken from ‘Down Under Nuggets: Original Australian Artyfacts 1965-1967’ compilation CD 2012, Australia)

The Creatures - Ugly Thing  (7”single 1967 Aust. – taken from ‘Down Under Nuggets...’)
The Lost Souls - This Life Of Mine  (7”single 1966 Aust. – taken from ‘Down Under Nuggets...’)
The In-Sect - Let This Be A Lesson  (7”single 1966 Aust, Adelaide – taken from ‘Down Under Nuggets...’)
Toni McCann - No  (7”single 1965 Aust. – taken from ‘Down Under Nuggets...’)
Neil Young with Crazy Horse - Driftin' Back    (‘Psychedelic Pill’ CD 2012, Canada)

Ben Sollee - Electrified  ('Inclusions' CD 2011, US)

Elena - Poso Thelo  (How I)  (7" single 1972, Greece - taken from 'Plato's Trip' compilation CD 2011 Spain)
The Daltons - O Trellos (Mad)  (7" single 1972, Greece - taken from 'Plato's Trip')
Elpida - Koita To Fos (Look At The Light)  (7" single 1974, Greece - taken from 'Plato's Trip')

Vassilis Dimitriu- Omologia (Confession)  (7" single b-side 1974, Greece - taken from 'Plato's Trip')
Flied Egg - I'm Gonna See My Baby Tonight  ('Dr Siegel's Fried Egg Shooting Machine' LP 1972, Japan, taken from reissue CD)
Keith Lynn, The SPMs and Byron Lee & The Dragonaires - My Sweet Lord  ('Reggae Tribute To The Beatles' CD 1999, Jamaica)
Svetlyo Zhilev - Purple Haze (provenance unknown, c2008, Bulgaria)

Barat Dangdut - Terpopuler '95 - Hotel California  ('Ola Ole Ole' CD c1995, Indonesia)
Jonathan & Darlene Edwards - I Am Woman  (7'single 1979, US)

Tully - Syndrone  ('Sea Of Joy'  orig 1971, taken from 2012 reissue CD, Australia)
Tiny Tim - The Other Side  ('God Bless Tiny Tim' LP 1968, US)
Airlord - Earthborn Pilgrim  ('Clockwork Revenge' LP 1976, NZ/Aust)
Anima - Feel Like A Bone  ('Sturmischer Himmel' LP 1971, taken from reissue CD Germany)
Noosha Fox - Judy Blue  (unreleased track c 2006?, Aust/UK)

Velociraptor - I Had Too Much To Dream Last Night  ('Nuggets: Antipodean Interpolations Of The First Psychedelic Era' compilation CD 2012, Aust)

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Technicolour Dreaming

It’s the end of November so we bid a fond adieu to Brillig as our “Band of the Month” [see their website here ] by playing one of our faves from their ‘electric’ period... they are doing several shows over the next few months [including a Peter Murphy support] so go see them play – they always put on an engrossing show.  And as the end of the year approaches one tends to begin reflecting on the music that we’ve enjoyed over the past 12 months or so, such as new albums by White Fence, Thee American Revolution, the Barbarellatones and Moon Duo, local singles/EPs by Subtract-S and Lady Strangelove, as well as the new Australian Nuggets compilations... we’ll certainly replaying more favourites as the New Year approaches while not, of course, neglecting those of yesteryear...
..... so here is this week’s playlist.....
the Lovetones – Was I There In Your Future?        (‘Meditations’ 2006 Melbourne, Australia)
Buried Feather – Time It Takes        (cd-single 2012 Melbourne, Aust.)
White Fence – A Hermes Blues        (‘White Fence and Family/Perfume - Volumes 1 & 2’ double-LP 2012 USA)
the Electric Prunes – Antique Doll       (‘Underground’ LP, 1967 Los Angeles, USA)
Subtract-S – L.F.O.S.      (‘Love From Outer Space’ cd-EP 2012 Adelaide, AUS.)
Television – Foxhole        (‘Adventure’ LP 1978 New York, USA)
Japan – Adolescent Sex        (‘Adolescent Sex’ LP 1978 UK)
Lady Strangelove – Demon [radio edit]        (‘Demon’ cd-EP 2012 Adelaide Australia)
the Barbarellatones – White Light, White Heat [Velvet Underground cover]      (‘The Sound of Love’ 2012 USA)
Thee American Revolution – Sleepwalker      (‘Buddha Electrostorm’ 2012 USA)
Kelley Stoltz – The Sun Comes Through      (‘The Sun Comes Through’ EP 2005 USA)
the Horrors – Monica Gems       (‘Skying’ 2011 UK)
the Gun Club – Fire Spirit      (‘Fire of Love’ LP 1981 USA)
Cherry Smash – Fade Away Maureen      (7”single 1969 UK)
the Bobby James Syndicate – Hey Hey Hey      (7”single 1967 Adelaide, Aust. – taken from ‘Down Under Nuggets: Original Australian Artyfacts 1965-1967’ compilation 2012 Australia)
Davey Lane – Moulty [Barbarians cover]       (‘Nuggets: Antipodean Interpolations of the First Psychedelic Era’ compilation 2012 Australia)
the Third Rail – Run, Run, Run      (7”single 1967 New York, USA – taken from ‘Nuggets : Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era 1965-1968’ double-LP compilation 1972 USA –the 40th Anniversary Re-Issue 2012)
the Beach Boys – Feel Flows      (‘Surf’s Up’ LP 1971 USA)
Moon Duo – Trails      (‘Circles’ 2012 San Francisco, USA)
Brillig – The Plagiarist [orig. version]      (‘The Mirror on the Wall’ 2007 Adelaide, Aust.)    #
     #  “Band of the Month”