Episode 61 – Bhangaz & Beatles

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.
plus:

  • 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

  1. The Buzzcocks – Boredom
  2. Dickie Treadway and the Salados – One to Ten
  3. The Groundhogs – Split Part 2
  4. Unkle – Rabbit in your Headlights
  5. Slim Harpo – Shake Your Hips
  6. Group Doueh – Ragsa Juguar
  7. Ed Lewis and Group – I Be So Glad When The Sun Goes Down
  8. Kenny Dope – Thoughts and Visions
  9. Quickspace – Walk Me Home
  10. Sounds Orchestral – Moonshot
  11. Jackie Brenston and His Delta Kings – Rocket 88
  12. Jackie Brenston – Trouble Up The Road
  13. Tom Waits – 16 Shells from a Thirty-Ought-Six
  14. PJ Harvey – To Bring You My Love
  15. Jonathan Richmond and the Modern Lovers – Egyptian Reggae
  16. Nancy Sesay and the Melodaires – C’est Fab
  17. Ananda Shankar – Streets of Calcutta
  18. Gang of Four – I Love a Man In Uniform
  19. Lafayette Afro Rock Band – Darkest Light
  20. Archie Shepp – Attica Blues
This Show was recorded 19th November 2012
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