Sunday, April 29, 2007

#35, finally Ron is here

That's Ron Johnson I mean...it's a bit of a dog's breakfast nothing's shown up before this, but 35 mixes in and Ron fronts in the form of Twang !!

Also today a few that a few people asked for over the eons, like The Moodists and The Man from Delmonte, hey guys your boat is in, enjoy !!

More news further down the track on the live streaming, basically in a few weeks time I am going to experiment with running a "weekend radio station", called '245T", more on my plans revealed later, thanks for all the encouragement from those who tuned in over this weekend's "test broadcast"

Podcast 35 link for mp3
Podcast 35 link for text file tracklisting



Sideroom 7 Inch Singles Podcast #35
1.
Best Of Friends - The Chesterfields ( Subway 1986 ) ( 0.00 - 2.49 )
2. Run & Run - Bell Jar ( Chase Aust 1986 ) ( 2.49 - 6.11 )
3. Everybody Knows The Monkey - Mighty Mighty ( Girlie 1986) ( 6.11 - 8.45)
4. Never Stop - Echo & The Bunnymen ( Korova 1983 ) ( 8.45 - 12.11 )
5. Trying To Think - Trinitone ( Drive In 1999 ) ( 12.11 - 14.20 )
6. Drive Drive Drive - The Man From Delmonte ( Astramode 1987 ) ( 14.20 - 16.46 )
7. Sharp - Twang ( Ron Johnson/Stet 1986) ( 16.46 - 19.47)
8. Too Young - The Zorros ( Au Go Go Aust 1981 ) (19.47 - 23.13 )
9. Runaway - The Moodists ( Red Flame 1984 ) ( 23.13 - 28.13 )
10. Dear God - XTC ( Virgin 1986 ) ( 28.13 - 31.45 )
( duration 32 mins, 320kps mp3 )



4 comments:

Baskingshark said...

245T is a great name for a radio station.

Yep. "That's the mutagen for me"

I look forward to listening in.

Cheers.

sideroom said...

yes !!!! well spotted !!!

Peter said...

Thanks for including Runaway by the Moodists. This was such a great song, esp the guitar frenzy at the end. Very cool to hear it again after all these years.

Looking forward to hearing some pre-James Freud Models when you come across some. Also, a song I haven't heard for decades that was good was "Give it up" by David Virgin, who was from Sekret Sekret, who you featured a few weeks ago.

sideroom said...

Hi Peter

in the meantime if you're after some Models try

http://goodtimemusic-overhere.blogspot.com/

it's a great blog for Aussie music of the time

glad you like The Moodists !!