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Shady Groove and the Great Pumpkin: Podcast 128

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Hey all you ghosts and goblins,

The Shady Groove is proud to present Podcast #128: Shady Groove and the Great Pumpkin. Its been a couple years since the last Shady Halloween podcast. So I found it fit for an upgrade. We dipped back through the archives for some dusty classics, scary theme tracks and even some new ones. Harlem’s a Friendly Ghost was actually on the very 1st Shady Groove Podcast back in 2010.

I really had an amazing time putting this one together for y’all. Hope you enjoy.

 

These are the ghoulishly spooky audio tracks that were included:

Link Wray – The Shadow Knows ++ Ray Parker Jr. – Ghostbusters ++ Bobby “Boris” Pickett – Monster Mash ++ Donovan – Season Of the Witch ++ Creedence Clearwater Revival – I Put a Spell on You ++ Harry Belafonte – Jump In the Line ++ Stevie Wonder – Superstition ++ Warren Zevon – Werewolves of London ++ Ryan Adams – Halloween Head ++ The Mick Fleetwood Band – Black Magic Woman (live) ++ The White Stripes – Little Ghost ++ Grateful Dead – Shakedown Street ++ The Rolling Stones – Sympathy For the Devil ++The Black Keys – Psychotic Girl ++ Harlem – Friendly Ghost ++ Beck – Strange Apparition ++ Michael Jackson – Thriller ++ ………………………..The Gourds – Ghosts of Hallelujah (live) ..

 

 

 

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The Shady Groove’s Theme-Time Radio : The Great American Solar Eclipse

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This week, the Continental US will be treated to a full total solar eclipse. So I thought I’d put together a great block of musical tracks to enhance your viewing pleasure. Hope you enjoy listening as much as I did.

These are the tracks that made the cut:

Bonnie Tyler – Total Eclipse of the Heart ++ Cat Stevens – Moonshadow ++ Van Morrison – Moondance ++ Neil Young – Harvest Moon ++ Bill Withers – Ain’t No Sunshine ++ Bruce Springsteen – Blinded By the Light ++ The Beatles – Sun King ++ Elton John – Don’t Let the Sun Go Down On Me ++ Soundgarden – Black Hole Sun ++ Stevie Wonder – A Place In the Sun ++ Roy Ayers – Everybody Loves the Sunshine ++ Little Feat – Got No Shadow (live) ++ Violent Femmes – Blister In the Sun ++ The Black Crowes – Black Moon Creeping ++ Alabama Shakes – Sound & Color ++ Pink Floyd – Eclipse ++ The Gourds – Everybody’s Missing The Sun ++

 

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The Shady Groove Podcast #125: We’ve Got The Come And Go Blues

 

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Heyo to all you Shady Groovers out there! Had a great time putting together this radio show. We are here to bring joy, new music, old favorites, B-sides, and rarities to the forefront of your consciousness. Thanks for listening.

These are the tracks that made it to this weeks podcast:

Allen Toussaint – Goin’ Down ++ David Bowie – Fame ++ B.B. King – The Thrill Is Gone ++ The Allman Brothers Band – Come And Go Blues ++ The Jimi Hendrix Experience – Remember ++ T. Rex – Mambo Sun ++ The Clash – Magnificent Seven ++ The Shins – Name For You ++ Karl Blau – Falling Rain ++ Link Wray – Crowbar ++ The Wood Brothers – Singin’ to Strangers ++ Khruangbin – People Everywhere (Still Alive) ++ Peter Tosh – Wanted Dread and Alive ++ Lynyrd Skynyrd – I Need You ++ The Americans – Prison Yard Walk ++ Anderson East – Find ‘Em, Fool ‘Em and Forget ‘Em ++ Shinyribs – Tub Gut Stomp & Red-Eyed Soul ++ The Gourds – Smoke Bend ++

 

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Theme-Time Radio: Spring Has Sprung

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Spring is here in the Northern Hemisphere. Here are some musical notes strung together that evoke the feeling of Spring.

These are the tracks that were played:

Quicksilver Messenger Service – Fresh Air ++ My Morning Jacket – Spring (Among the Living) ++ Beck – Tropicalia ++ Everly Brothers – Crying in the Rain ++ B.J. Thomas – Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head ++ Wood Brothers – Buckets of Rain ++ Eric Clapton – Let It Rain (live) ++ Grateful Dead – Box Of Rain ++ The Beta Band – Dry The Rain ++ Wilco – Forget The Flowers ++ Leon Bridges – Flowers ++ G. Love and Jack Johnson – Rainbow ++ The Rolling Stones – She’s A Rainbow ++ The Allman Brothers Band – Blue Sky ++ Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers – Something In the Air ++ Cake – Bound Away ++ Phish – Farmhouse ++ The Doors – Moonlight Drive (live) ++ The Gourds – Rugged Roses (live)

 

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Welcome to Earth: Podcast #123

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After a 5 3/4 months hiatus, The Shady Groove is happy to bring you an all new podcast. Chock-full of new classics and old timeless musical gems, this self-indulgent playlist that I call a radio show will be sure to please. So feel free to share with friends, listen to while your making dinner, or rock out to whilst driving. Hopefully you’ll like some of the music enough to buy the track or album or maybe even the vinyl for all you audiophiles out there. Maybe you’ll even look up the artist and check out some of their other stuff. Because that is what it’s all about. Music is about finding what moves you. And we should always and consistently be searching, listening to something you never thought you would…I encourage you to listen to the full album, listen to the b-sides and rarities. That’s where you find the gold;┬áthe realness..

The following is a list of the tastefully curated audio tracks that were played on this podcast:

Sturgill Simpson – Welcome to Earth (Pollywog) ++ Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings – We Get Along ++ St. Paul & The Broken Bones – All I Ever Wonder ++ Chuck Berry – Roll Over Beethoven ++ The Rolling Stones – Let It Bleed ++ The Flying Burrito Brothers – Christine’s Tune ++ The Sheepdogs – Plastic Man ++ Cake – Arco Arena ++ Vampire Weekend – Oxford Comma ++ Weezer – El Scorcho ++ Tedeschi Trucks Band – Anyhow ++ Wilco – Normal American Kids ++ Mark Knopfler – Skydiver ++ Quiet Life – Live Wire ++ Dawes – When the Tequila Runs Out ++ Jimmy Smith – Whiskey and Blood ++