Sneaky Dragon Listening Party – Ep. 66

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Hello, partygoers!

Welcome to the 66th episode of your favourite “they play music and then talk about it” podcast!

This bi-week we tackle side two of listener Trevor Lynn’s mixtape. We hear some sunshine pop, sweet demos, religious metaphors, psych lite, a woulda, coulda, shoulda band, down under post punk, and folk weirdos.

So join us in the rumpus room where we’re listening to:

  1. The Sundowners – “Edge of Love” – Captain Nemo, 1968 – 12:12
  2. Michael Fennelly – “Iris Please” – Love Can Change Everything (Demos 1967-1972), 2013 – 43:31
  3. Joan As Police Woman – “Holy City” – The Classic, 2014 – 55:17
  4. Turquoise – “Tales of Flossie Fillett” – Decca Records single b-side to “53 Summer Street”, 1968 – 1:05:45
  5. Metronomy – “Trouble” – The English Riviera, 2011 – 1:27:34
  6. Dwight Twilley – “Baby’s Got the Blues Again” – Tulsa, 1999 – 1:33:49
  7. Rolling Blackouts CF – “French Press” – The French Press EP, 2017 – 2:11:49
  8. Teenage Fanclub – “Baby Lee” – Shadows, 2010 – 2:20:07
  9. Richard Dawson – “Ogre” – Peasant, 2017 – 2:31:19

Also spinning on the old Victrola:

  • The Sundowners – “Ring Out Wild Bells” – Filmways Records b/w “When the Sun Goes Down”, 1966 – 21:55
  • The Sundowners – “Always You (Single version)” – Decca Records b/w “Dear Undecided”, 1967 – 33:01
  • Crabby Appleton – “The Other Side” – Crabby Appleton, 1970 – 50:38
  • The Brood – “Wrong Way” – The Further Adventures of Flossie Fillet, 2006 – 1:18:33
  • The Dwight Twilley Band – “You Were So Warm” – Shelter Records b/w “Sincerely”, 1976 – 1:39:49
  • The Dwight Twilley Band – “Sleeping“ – Twilley Don’t Mind, 1977 – 1:48:08
  • Phil Seymour – “Then We Go Up” – The Prince of Power Pop, 2017 [originally appeared on Seymour’s self-titled debut album in 1980] – 1:56:55
  • Dwight Twilley – “Out of My Hands” – Twilley, 1979 – 2:00:11
  • Concrete Brioche – “Newcastle”, 2015

Thanks for listening.

If you would like to hear Trevor Lynn’s mixtape without David’s endless yammering, you might follow this link!

If you enjoyed Trevor Lynn’s song, “Newcastle”, you can find his other songs on Soundcloud!

Please check out our fellow party goer Ed Draganski’s funtastic designs for show mascot Peanut Duck and, while you’re there, buy a shirt!

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