playlist little dog´s on air # 5 & cave dwellers double 7″ on numero

Here ´s the playlist for yesterdays quite spontanious radio show at,88, 4 FM,  17.jan, 2230 – 24 pm

“the dopeness # 7” –  freestyle

(link for streaming / podcast will be here soon )



Sun cylinder black eagle child go around again
Spirits plankton wat spirits
sunny california theme michael james tapscott filmscore
closing bruce langhorne the hired hand filmscore
the heroic weather conditions … #5 alexandre desplats moonrise kingdom filmscore
fool that I am etta james 7”
you know why & because I love you the cave dwellers run around 2 x 7”
que beleza tim maia the existential soul of tim maia
edge of town slow club francois split 7”
catch up rozy plain joined somebody unjoined
nelil igorasan (life in the bush) koudede guitars from agadez 7”
Adournia Alkibar Gignor – songs from the north country
pai na pai Sroeng Santi paradise bangkok 7”
theme kelan phil cohran and legacy african skies
we are the messengers richard youngs core to the brave
a man key and cleary personal space electronic sol 1974 -94
down steps forest swords free feathers ep
lunar electification program cubs the whispering woods
she´s always dancing neil young psychodelic pill (fade after 5 min)

(koudede r.i.p )

etta james

the cave dwellers: run around double 7″ (numero)

I played two songs from the wonderful 60ies psychedelia “run around” double 7″ out on numero – listn and buy here:

cover cave dwellers numero web

info numero

“Recorded in 1967 at Chicago’s Universal Studios and laboriously laden with Buckinghams-style horns and strings, the Cave Dwellers thought they’d locked their first hit down. Given just a few minutes to produce a b-side, the quintet unleashed their primitive and theretofore-unheard power. “Run Around” ended up a punk precursor that took contemporary rock to its tough, angry, and logical conclusions, scorching past anything the radio ran in its day. Intending only to tear off something fast and easy, the Dwellers had achieved one of Chicago garage rock’s most ferocious moments.” That original Jim-Ko single has been reproduced alongside two previously unissued rockers and housed in a glorious gatefold sleeve with copious notes and quotes from a confused newsman about the “longhair” invasion.

here is run around:

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