Monday, April 5, 2010

Todd On Monday : Requests

As requested, here is another early show with the Hello People. This one broadcast on WLIR in Hempstead, N.Y. on May 2, 1972. The band has tightened up a bit since their live debut from 1971 that was posted last week, and a few more tunes from "Something/Anything?" have made it into the set.

Broke Down and Busted
Georgia Swing
Outside Love
Piss Aaron
A Dream Goes On Forever
I Saw The Light
It Wouldn't Have Made Any Difference
Good To Be Alive
Mad Red Ant Lady
Heat and Blaze
Lady on a Terrace


And while I've got you, I have a few requests of my own.

Can anyone confirm the existence of the following Tubes' songs demoed and sung by Todd:

Love's A Mystery
For A Song

How about 80s synth-pop Go West covering "Hideaway?"

Or the Bellamy Brothers covering "Just One Victory?"

I'd love to hear them.


misospecial said...

definitely takes (a bit of) the sting out of monday.

Anonymous said...

I'm in heaven Sal, thanks. This makes the Yankees loss less painfull from last night.

Dante Petrullo

Noam Sane said...

Listening to this now, while I pretend to work. A real nugget - nicely recorded too! - thankyew.

artlazarus said...

Thanks a million for fulfilling my request Sal. This makes the Phillies loss to the Yankees in last year's World Series less painful!