iVoryTowerz Radio: End of Summertime Blues

The summer has flown all too fast and traditionally ends Labor Day weekend, despite the calendar or school schedules. So the underground podcast bids adieu to the summer season this week with several hefty slices of memorable summer songs. We can't decide if this is a beer in hand, barbecue show or a program for 'round midnight with a tumbler of bourbon. Perhaps it's a feet dangling on the dock at sunset with a Long Island iced tea soundtrack. The usual eclectic mix is here. The program tracks through more than 45 years of modern music with a good portion of new tunes too. You'll find everything from Irish protest music, emerging Danish party sounds, folk, chamber pop, new wave, psychedelic pioneers, heavy metal, classic rock, industrial rock, and experimental sounds. Have a sip on your beverage of choice, and don't forget to enjoy this special end of summer mix.

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“999,999/1,000,000” by Nine Inch Nails
Rick's Metal Shoppe: “This Ain't the Summer of Love” by Blue Öyster Cult
"Summertime Blues" by The Who
“Feel Good Hit of the Summer" by Queens of the Stone Age
"Girl" by Beck
"Funplex" by The B-52's
"Ten Cities Beyond" by Snake & Jet's Amazing Bullit Band
“It's a Hard Life” by The Seeds
Jeff’s New Wave: “Totally Wired” by The Fall
“Birmingham Six” by The Pogues
"Black Velvet Band“ by The Dubliners
"Southside Chicago Waltz” by Black 47
Cover Me: "House of the Rising Sun" by Tim Hardin
“Fake Empire" by The National
"The Confidential Agent" by American Music Club
"I Don't Know How to Stop" by Carol Lipnik & Spookarama

(Mp3 Runs - 1:27:19; 80 MB.) Program contains explicit lyrics.

(Photo of Grand Island, Michigan by James M. Phelps via Flickr, using a Creative Commons license.)

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