Wednesday, 7 November 2007

The Trypshop show 03 (07-11-2007)



















A healthy slab of US gear amongst the 16 tracks this
week.
Including Bump and the wonderfully named Balloon Farm.
Listen out for the Nick Nicely track 'Hilly Fields 1892' which
most definitely inspired Mr Partridge and Co to don their
paisley's and record under their Dukes Of Stratosphear
guise.















Featured artist this week are The Chocolate Watchband.
Hailing from San Jose, they recorded some sublime
garage punk, rightly hailed as 'classics' these days.
Check 'em out doing their thing in the Pandora's Box
gig scene from the film Riot On Sunset Strip in '67.




Of the three tracks I've chosen, it's the best line-up
that are represented. In other words they played on
the tracks unlike large portions of their albums, where
session musicians were employed by producer Ed Cobb.
'No Way Out', 'Are You Gonna Be There (At The Love In)'
and 'Don't Need You Lovin' were recorded in 1967.

Also on this weeks show are The Monkees with the
awesome 'Star Collector' lifted from their 'Pisces, Aquarius,
Capricorn & Jones Ltd' LP, again from 1967.
I have distinct memories of seeing them perform this
on their show during re-runs in the early seventies:



Tunes played on Trypshop show 03:Dirty Filthy Mud "Forest Of Black"
(Endless Journey Volume 1)
The Liverpool Set "17 Years To The End"
(Colour Dreams Volume 1)
Bump "Winston Built The Bridge"
(Colour Dreams Volume 1)
Nick Nicely "Hilly Fields 1892"
(Nick Nicely 'Psychotropica')
The Move "Curly"
(The Move 'Looking On')
The Stairs "Laughter In Their Eyes"
(The Stairs 'Mexican R&B')
The Byrds "Thoughts And Words"
(The Byrds 'Younger Than Yesterday')
Pierre Henry and Michel Colombier "Jericho Jerk"
(Pierre Henry and Michel Colombier 'Les Yper Sound EP')The Chocolate Watchband "No Way Out"
(The Chocolate Watchband 'No Way Out')
The Tyrnaround "Colour Of Your Mind"
(The Tyrnaround 'Go Back')The Monkees "Star Collector"
(The Monkees ''Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn & Jones Ltd')The Chocolate Watchband "Are You Gonna Be There (At The Love In)"
(The Chocolate Watchband "No Way Out')Sands "Listen To The Sky"
(Nuggets Two Box Set)Tintern Abbey "Vacuum Cleaner"
(Rubble 12 - Staircase To Nowhere)Riders Of The Mark "The Electronic Insides & Metal Complexion That Make Up
Herr Doktor Krieg"
(20th Century Fox 7")
The Chocolate Watchband "Don't Need Your Lovin"
(The Chocolate Watchband Melts In Your Brain...Not On Your Wrist)
The Balloon Farm "A Question Of Tempurature"
(Nuggets One Box Set)
Hal Blaine "Love In (December)"
(Everything You Always Wanted To Know About 60's Mind Expansive
Punkadelic Garage Rock Instrumentals But Were Afraid To Ask)

The Playn Jayn "Crystal Ball"
(The Playn Jayn 'Friday The 13th At The Marquee Club')

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6 comments:

Paul Groovy said...

Yet another classic show! Stuff I knew and stuff I'd never heard before.Top marks sir.

john said...

Excellent stuff again Mark. Don't know if you've ever come across and album from about a decade ago called Dawn at Cubist Castle by The Olivia Tremor Control but You should give it a go as it is in my opinion one of the best psychadelic albums of the 'new era'. Thanks for all this stuff though, hope Trypshop continues for a long time to come.

The Trypshop said...

John,

Yes I have the OTC album, 2 disc thing with the 'ambient' stuff on it.
Check out this weeks show for a track from it.

Mark

Mr Binny said...

Great stuff... have you ever heard the Stairs' cover of Beefheart's (well, David Gates's) song 'Moonchild'??? It's mega!!

Mr Binny said...

ps. Edgar 'Summertyme' Jones's original acoustic demo of The Stairs 'Weed Bus' to download below... which of course shares a riff with a certain Stones track :)

Come on, Keef stole as well!!! :)

http://download.yousendit.com/84A45DB1665648E2

The Trypshop said...

cheers Mr Binny, love that acoustic demo :)
Haven't heard the Moonchild track actually.
Although I was on a Beefheart trip at 4am this morning...Trout Mask does funny things to the brain at such an ungodly hour but works creative wonders!

Mark