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JP Marat and Big Barking Dog present v2 Cruel Summer 2020


58:29 minutes (107.08 MB)

Cruel Summer 2020: Rolling Stones - Gimmie Shelter, Jimi Hendrix - Voodoo Child, Mott the Hoople - Roll Away The Stone, Sting - If I ever lose my faith in you, Moby - Natural Blues, Bananarama - Cruel Summer, Paula Abdul - Straight Up, Roy Orbison - You Got It, Carlos Santana - Smooth, T Rex - Bang a Gong, Police - Synchronicity II, Oasis - Live Forever

JP Marat and Big Barking Dog present The Best of the British Invasion

Throughout the 1960's, many popular British (and Irish) bands found notable success in the USA. This musical era was known as "The British Invasion." Likewise many bands from the USA received tremendous support in Ireland, England and all across Britain. Today we showcase some of best songs (both well-known and forgotten). Yeah Ya Better Go Now . . . BRITISH INVASION: Invasion: Lulu - "To Sir with Love", The Who - "I Can’t Explain" and "The Kids Are Alright", The Kinks - "Till the End of the Day", Them - "Gloria", Dave Clark Five - "Catch Us if You Can." The Beatles - "She Said."8 Days a Week", "We Can Work It Out", Dame Shirley Bassey - "Big Spender Remix". Dave Berry - "The Crying Game", Moody Blues - "Go Now", Dusty Springfield - "The Son of a Preacher Man" AMERICAN INVASION: Grass Roots - "Let’s Live for today", "Midnight Confessions", "Temptation Eyes", Bob Dylan - "All Along The Watchtower", Jimi Hendrix - "Voodoo Child"

58:47 minutes (107.63 MB)

JP Marat and Big Barking Dog present Kill vs Maim

Grimes - "Kill vs Maim", JJ - "Ecstasy", Cocteau Twins - "Fifty Fifty Clown", Sigur Ros - "Saeglopur (Sea Fool)", Beach House - "All Your Yeahs", Cults - "You Know What I Mean",

29:20 minutes (53.7 MB)

JP Marat and Big Barking Dog Present "For the Love of God, Get This Song Out Of My Head"

Music by . . . The Cowsills (Hair), Fleetwood Mac (Tusk), Haddaway (What Is Love), Madness (Our House), Madonna (Holiday), ABC (The Look of Love), Electric Light Orchestra (Mr Blue Sky, Turn to Stone, 10538 Overture), Eagle Eye Cherry (Save Tonight), Edwyn Collins (A Girl Like You) and Eric Clapton (Layla). Guilty Pleasures? Hells Yeah . . For The Love of God . . . Get these songs . . . OUT OF MY HEAD . . . ! ! !

55:15 minutes (101.18 MB)

JP Marat and Big Barking Dog Present Deep Forest

This is essentially a rerelease of the first Deep Forest Album supported by the addition of club remixes. It is a wonderfully skillful blend of voices from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Solomon Islands and Burundi . . . married with electronica melodies, chants and lullabies as produced by Eric Mouquet and Michel Sanchez. The voices of the Efe people are predominately featured. "Deep Forest" is one of my favorite World Music albums from the 1990's.

57:49 minutes (105.86 MB)

JP Marat and Big Barking Dog present "Words for the Dying" by John Cale

Velvet Underground Alumni John Cale dazzles with this requiem for the dead of the Falklands War. Alternative Classical with a Dylan Thomas Libretto ? Yeah. Got it here. "Words for the Dying" is de rigueur for the Living.

59:22 minutes (108.71 MB)

JP Marat and Big Barking Dog Present "Less Songs from Greater Bands" 1970's Edition

There are many great bands from the 1970's. Unfortunately a lot of their songs are over played. Check out lesser known but sensation tracks from Graham Nash & David Crosby, T Rex, The Rolling Stones, Brian Ferry, Yusuf Islam/Cat Stevens, The Clash, The Dead Boys, David Bowie, Dolly Parton, Brian Eno and Blue Oyster Cult.

58:41 minutes (107.44 MB)

JP Marat and Big Barking Dog present From Bad To Worse - A collection of melancholy Alternative Tracks

Melancholy alternative songs for a cold & snowy Ohio Sunday. Go back to bed with some hot chocolate and this podcast. Stay there till spring. Pearl Jam - Jeremy (Live Version), Lana Del Ray - Music to Watch Boys By, Layla - Smokestack, LimpBizKit - Home Sweet Home / Bittersweet Symphony, Lynyrd Skynyrd - That Smell, Lissie - Bad Romance, MGMT - Electric Feel, Michael Andrews and Gary Jules - Mad World, New Order - Age of Consent, Nick Cave - Jubilee Street, Paul Cole - Where have all the Cowboys gone ?

59:07 minutes (108.26 MB)

JP Marat and Big Barking Dog present "You Can Listen, You Can Talk" by the Carsick Cars

Great alternative bands exist all around the world. The Carsick Cars are from China but their sound would be equally at home on the Lower East Side of Manhatten. They've opened for Sonic Youth in Prague and Vienna and also performed at "South by Southwest" (SXSW) in Austin Texas as well as the Modern Sky Festival in Beijing. "You Can Listen, You Can Talk" is their second album. Songs are in both English and Mandarin. Great stuff. Check it out.

29:31 minutes (54.06 MB)

JP Marat and Big Barking Dog Present "Underground Fairy Tales" by IC3Peak.

Russian Emo Angst Electronica Ballads. Kinda like Grimes meets Bjork then Pussy Riot crashes the party. "Underground Fairy Tale" was released by IC3Peak on September 29, 2018. It is a must listen. Unless you are Czar Putin. Then you'll hate 'em. "Once you felt the pain – you will feel it again. I don’t cry over you. Only cold can burn out tears on my face. I wish I could never see . . . What’s hidden ahead . . . My heart is so heavy – I’m falling into abyss . . . While it’s turning in stone from the inside . . .   I come from a Russian horror fairy tale. It doesn’t matter where you’re from. I am not afraid of daylight. There is enough darkness here. This world gives you everything you ask for. But it takes it all away when you least expect." Exactly what Fyodor Dostoevsky would have written had he played club dates in Russia in 2018 . . .

28:44 minutes (52.61 MB)
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