Tuesday, October 14, 2008

October 14, 2005

Another old list that I did!

Adrian Belew - Of Bow & Drum
Alice Cooper - The Black Widow (Featuring Vincent Price)
Autograph - Turn Up The Radio
Barclay James Harvest - She Said
Billy Idol - Eyes Without A Face
Camper Van Beethoven - Take The Skinheads Bowling
City Boy - The Greatest Story Ever Told
Clint Eastwood - Do You Feel Lucky? (Spoken Word)
Comsat Angels - Day One
Crash Vegas - Pocahontas
Cream - Politician
Crimea - The Great Unknown
Daniel Lanois - The Maker
Danny Marks - Any Other Way
David Bowie - Queen Bitch
Deep Purple - Hey Joe
Devo - Whip It
Elliott Murphy - Rock Ballad
Elliott Smith - Needle In The Hay
Frank Marino - Requiem For A Sinner
Frank Zappa - Let's Make The Water Turn Black
Garbage - The World Is Not Enough
Grace Jones - The Apple Stretching
Harlequin - Thinking Of You
Havana 3AM - Blue Gene Vincent
Hawaiian Pups - Young Boys
HIM - Right Here In My Arms
Jukes - ??
Klaatu - Calling Occupants Of Interplanetary Craft
Leon Russell - A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall
Long John Baldry - A Thrill's A Thrill
Matthew Barber - Easy To Fall
Oingo Boingo - Weird Science
Parachute Club - Rise Up
Patti Smith - Dancing Barefoot
Pink Floyd - Astronomy Domine
Powder Blues Band - Blues Follow Me Everywhere I Go (?)
Primal Scream - Come Together
Public Image Limited - Rise
Raiders - Indian Reservation (The Lament Of The Cherokee Reservation Indian)
Rammstein - Reise, Reise
Rough Trade - Shaking The Foundations
Russian Futurists - Paul Simon
Santana - No One To Depend On
Slave to the SQUAREwave - Sinners of St. Avenue
Social Code - Whisper To A Scream
Spirit - Mechanical World
Steve Hillage - Hurdy Gurdy Man
Stranglers - Nice 'N' Sleazy
T.Rex - Children Of The Revolution
Tommy James - Crystal Blue Persuasion
Tubes - Don't Touch Me There
Undertones - Teenage Kicks
Who - Boris The Spider
Zedhead - Shotgun


Miss Parker said...

Since I can't hear the song, this is a wild guess for the Adrian Belew song - "Of Bow and Drum" from the 1997 album "Op Zop Too Wah" - the lyrics:

"Far away," said the matriarch,
"I once heard from the tongue of a lark
of golden days
of bow and drum
and of men who chased.
Now they come in rags of greed,
no regard for our dignity."

She began to dream
and the wind did rage
and the forest cried
"Run away," she told him then,
"Find a place to hide from them."

Far away from behind a tree
came a sound to defy the peace
and the son went down
quietly in a pool of reeds

Marsden Planet said...

Miss P - You are correct - confirmed to the recording of the show and a copy of Adian Belew's 'Op Zop Too Wah' I tracked down. Not a favourite of mine, but a mystery solved, thanks for the assistance. :-)