The 2016 ‘Brought to you by’ Cup

Greetings Tipsters

 

I was gonna write about the trades but the hell with that.  Relive winter in the best possible way.  Spend summer downloading from Soulseek.

 

MOJO ‘Pretty Vacant’ comp of 70s rock and roll.

 

The Searchers

 

Aerosmith

 

Bottle Rocket ‘Awake Until Dawn’

 

Sonic Youth ‘Dirty’

 

Great ol’ R&B, especially Tarheel Slim

 

Brian Wilson and Van Dyke Parks ‘Orange Crate Art’

 

1950s urban blues

 

Insects, aeroplanes and tinnitus

 

Tad ‘Salt Lick’ and Duke Ellington’s ‘30s sides

 

‘Essential Stevie Wonder’, Motown

 

Wind and rain

 

The Beatles ‘Beatles For Sale’

 

Hawkwind ‘Space Ritual’

 

‘Morpheus 2’, a random collection of noisy rocking pop songs

 

Lipstick Killers’ ‘Mezmeriser’

 

Tonight’s Top Ten Albums:

 

1965

 

Aftermath

 

Elvis Presley

 

High Time

 

Kill City

 

Pet Sounds

 

Revolver

 

Screamadelica

 

Soap Opera

 

Who’s Next

 

Dolly Parton ‘Super Hits’

 

Afghan Whigs ‘1965’

 

The Thrills ‘So Much For The City’

 

Every blissful soul and R&B and blues song I’ve ever loved

 

Reverend Horton Heat ‘Smoke ‘em if You Got ‘em’

 

‘You Don’t Own Me’ Lesley Gore compilation

 

Johnny Marr and the Healers

 

Burning Heads double album ‘Choose Your Trip’

 

Noisy rock and roll bands in inner-city pubs

 

“Not the same old blues crap II” feat RL Burnside, Junior Kimbrough and more

 

“I Saw His Eyes”, a song I wrote on Saturday after hearing that Dave, a mate who drives trains and celebrated Cronulla’s win, copped a leaper a few days later.

 

Enjoy the sun, Tipsters.

 

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About Earl O'Neill

Freelance gardener, I've thousands of books, thousands of records, one fast motorcycle and one gorgeous smart funny sexy woman. Life's pretty darn neat.

Comments

  1. I’ll be sure to investigate some of your suggestions Earl.

    As I’ve alluded to previously ‘So Much For The City’ by The Thrills is the ultimate summer beer garden album for me. It’s sun-drenched and the perfect soundtrack for a pint.

    Down here we look forward to summer as spring has had the bye!

  2. John Butler says:

    Up here on the Ballarat Plateau we’ve had enough of the wind and rain.

    As always Earl, ample food for thought (and treats for the ears).

    Enjoy the summer.

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