1. “Kizza Me” MATT MCMICHAELS (from Mayflies USA)
2. “O Dana” IRA KAPLAN (Yo La Tengo)
3. “For You” JODY STEPHENS (Big Star)
4. “Nighttime” NORMAN BLAKE (Teenage Fanclub)
5. “Jesus Christ” MIKE MILLS (R.E.M.)
6. “Take Care” IRA KAPLAN (Yo La Tengo)
7. “Big Black Car” MATTHEW SWEET
8. “Stroke It, Noel” NORMAN BLAKE (Teenage Fanclub)
9. “Blue Moon” JODY STEPHENS (Big Star)
10. “Femme Fatale” SINGER NOT CONFIRMED
11. “Downs” VARIOUS
12. “Dream Lover” TIFT MERRITT
13. “Holocaust” DJANGO HASKINS (The Old Ceremony”
14. “You Can’t Have Me” TIFT MERRITT
15. “Kanga Roo” MICHAEL STIPE (R.E.M.)
16. “Thank You, Friends” VARIOUS
Plus a rich encore list featuring the above plus Brett Harris and Fan Modine…
Um…do I really need to add more? Go, whydoncha?
(Thanks to my buddy Ray Paul for forwarding this info…)
The City Winery in New York City is presenting a night of remembrance and celebration this Wednesday, July 28th, as former members of the Box Tops, Big Star, plus Alex’s longtime friends and other collaborators come together to celebrate the man and the legend that is Alex Chilton.Part proceeds of the evening will benefit families and businesses affected by the Deepwater Horizon Disaster through the Gulf Restoration Network.
Artists so far confirmed include: Yo La Tengo, Marshall Crenshaw, Jody Stephens, Jon Auer, Doug Garrison, Rene Coman, Alan Vega, Jon Spencer (of the Blues Explosion), Fran Kowalski, Chris Stamey, Lesa Aldridge (Elizabeth Hoehn), Jay Proctor (of Jay & the Techniques), Bill Cunningham, Gary Talley, Terry Manning, Evan Dando, Jesse Malin, Danny Kroha (of The Gories).
Check the City Winery website for updates as more artists are confirmed.
Take Me Home And Make Me Like It
December Boys got it bad. RIP, my friend.
Older than your last car and still going strong
Bucketfull of Brains, that is.
The new issue is out! My reviews include the new efforts from Cheap Trick, Ian Hunter, Cracker and Muck and the Mires. No features from me this time, but check out these gems from my mates:
- Lucky Soul: ‘It sounds like the Supremes, but inside out. Surely you understand that?!’ Interview by Terry Hermon
- John Wesley Harding: Then, now, and whenever. Wesley Stace speaks to Nick West
- ‘I never travel far without a little Big Star’ Simon Wright hears the box set, sees the band in Hyde Park, and converses with John Fry, Jody Stephens and Alex Chilton.
- ‘We oppose all rock’n’roll’. Phil King hears from Rob Symmons of Subway Sect and Fallen Leaves about 1976, how the Sect formed, and the 100 Club Festival (with unseen pics of the Sex Pistols).
- Mavericks In Maturity. Jeremy Gluck talks to Peter Holsapple about working with Chris Stamey again
All that plus a ton of news and reviews and some great pictures. So head on over to the Bucketfull of Brains site, nab a subscription (or try a single issue) and enjoy the wonder of a great print magazine – music’s endangered species!
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