This week PPO is celebrating the life and music of John Wicks by bringing you an interview with one of his closest friends and collaborator, Rich Rossi. Rich shares some great stories about John as well as how he was able to complete the music John was working on despite his diagnosis, before his passing. The project was produced by Jamie Hoover, and features contributions from John Wicks, Ray Paul, Peter Case, Jamie Hoover, Al Stewart, Chris Thompson (Manfred Mann’s Earth Band), Paul Collins, Don Dixon, Carla Olson, Bill Berry, Kyle Frost, and Nick Guzman. For The Record – A Tribute To John Wicks will be released January 31 on the Kool Kat Label and all proceeds will go to John’s son Perry and the American Cancer Society.
Track List 01 Starry Eyes- The Records 02 In & Out Motel – Peter Case 03 Do Anything You Wanna Do – Eddie and the Hot Rods 04 Everything But A Heartbeat – Kuraasl Flyers 05 1-800-Colonoscopy – Bill Berry-Peter Buck-Mike Mills-Michael Stipe 06 Taxi Driver – Mickey Jupp 07 Repo Man – Jamie Hoover 08 The Sun Sets Over London Town – Ray Paul 09 Questions Questions – The Heats 10 Boulevard of Broken Dreams – Green Day 11 Glittering Gold – Paul Collins 12 No Promise – The Flash Cubes 13 Money & A Fu Manchu – Don Dixon 14 The Beltway – Al Stewart 15 See Emily Play – Pink Floyd 16 That Girl Is Emily – John Wicks and the Records 17 It’s A Long Way To The Top (If You Want To Rock and Roll) – AC/DC 18 Chasing Angels – Nick Guzman 19 She’s All I Need – John Wicks
This week PPO brings you a huge helping of Power Pop and more including some skinny tie greatness to garage edginess plus a whole lot in between. Hold onto your seat and savor the Sonic Exuberance of the Power Pop Overdose Popcast. As always, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com with any ideas, concerns or you just want yo say hey!
I Wanna Be a Teenage Fanclub 01 Norman Blake – Swedish Polarbears 02 God – Attic Lights 03 Hatchet – I Was A King 04 Mailman – The Primary 5 Mom I Dropped The Garage On My Foot! 05 Ian Kay – A Man Like Me 06 Shut Your Mind – The Baron Four 07 Falling Apart – The Rebel Set 08 The King Of Loose Ends – The Routes 70’s Skinny Ties 09 Forget Your Name – The Whiffs 10 She’s A Trap – Gentlemen Jesse 11 C’Mon C’Mon C’Mon – Brad Marino 12 All Kindsa Girls – The Real Kid Not The Beatles 13 Recharge Your Mynd – The Mynd Gardners 14 She’s Gonna Two Time – The Kaisers 15 In My Own Time – The Bee Gees 16 ’67 (Home) – Vinyal Kings Turn it F’n Up! 17 Turn It Up – Tight Pants Syndrome 18 Gimme Gimme – The Krinkles 19 I Can’t Stop It Now – Dumb Dog Run 20 I Love Rock – Cooler Sweet Home Chicago 21 Full Moon Turn My Head Around – Off Broadway 22 Curiosity – Shoes 23 I’m The One – Pezband 24 The Jets – Paper Girl 25 I’ve Got You – The Kind
This Week we are bring you some new and some old, crunchy and dreamy hook laden music.Break out your skinny ties and air guitars and enjoy the music placed before you.As always, if you have any suggestions, questions or just want to say hey, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Track List 1. The Jetbeat – Dancing On The Sun 2. The Men – Out On The Floor 3. The Reverberations – Milder Higher 4. The Madd – War Or Hands Of Time 5. Kurt Baker – Weekend Girls 6. Tommy and the Rockets – Teenage Girls 7. Material Issue – What Girls Want 8. Dwight Twilley – Girls 9. The Tremblers – I’ll Be Taking Her Home Tonight 10. The Tweeds – I Need That Record 11. The Generators – TV Set 12. The Maps – I’m Talking To You 13. The Neighborhoods – Prettiest Girl 14. Triptides – Moonbeams 15. Green Seagull – What Happened To The Girls 16. The Mynd Gardners – Discotheque 17. Jacco Gardner – Puppets Dangling 18. The Well Wishers – Feelin’ Fine 19. The Rallies – Up To You 20. The Hangabouts – Who Wants Cilla 21. The Keys – Fire Inside 22. The Brothers Steve – She 23. Valley Lodge – Stand 24. The Insomniacs – Maryanne Lightly
Just when you think that the music industry has become incapable of making anything but tired retreads and money-grabbing drivel, you look back on this year and think: Huh. So they can still surprise us after all. This week we combed the Popverse to find some of the coolest songs of 2019. Todays tracks range from Jangle to songs with a little more power than pop and everything in between, so sit back, grab a cold one and enjoy the PPO Popcast!
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