We rate the Shankar musical dynasty. From Ravi, who taught the Beatles what they know about Indian music, to Ananda, who’s exploits opened up the psychedelic sitar sound, to the Anglo-Indian sounds of Bishi Bhattacharya. Mesmerizing Indian Bhangaz one and all.
- Howard deVoto’s celluloid sexual exploits: shooting off the full Magazine.
- The sly saxophone in garage with the Salados – take note!
- Caught in the headlights, collecting roadkill with the men from Uncle.
- How to forget that you’re working on the chain gang.
- The early blues recordings of Alan Lomax.
- Matthew goes goating up the hill and misses the Moonshot!
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Episode 61 Tracklist
- The Buzzcocks – Boredom
- Dickie Treadway and the Salados – One to Ten
- The Groundhogs – Split Part 2
- Unkle – Rabbit in your Headlights
- Slim Harpo – Shake Your Hips
- Group Doueh – Ragsa Juguar
- Ed Lewis and Group – I Be So Glad When The Sun Goes Down
- Kenny Dope – Thoughts and Visions
- Quickspace – Walk Me Home
- Sounds Orchestral – Moonshot
- Jackie Brenston and His Delta Kings – Rocket 88
- Jackie Brenston – Trouble Up The Road
- Tom Waits – 16 Shells from a Thirty-Ought-Six
- PJ Harvey – To Bring You My Love
- Jonathan Richmond and the Modern Lovers – Egyptian Reggae
- Nancy Sesay and the Melodaires – C’est Fab
- Ananda Shankar – Streets of Calcutta
- Gang of Four – I Love a Man In Uniform
- Lafayette Afro Rock Band – Darkest Light
- Archie Shepp – Attica Blues