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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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Podcast 121: The 90’s Are Alive And Well @ The Shady Groove

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Were the 90’s the last great musical decade? That’s definitely debatable. Here’s what I know: In the 50’s and 60’s rock n roll emerged, the 70’s punk and disco were created, the 80’s had wave and metal. In the 90’s, it wasn’t that a new genre of music was created, but melting pot of styles and genres merged to create a counter-culture movement that sounded musically edgy and different. Grunge, alternative, indie, alt country, and rap were all converging and emerging in this new era of music.

I love it. It takes me back to my years growing up. But regardless if you love it or hate it, one cannot deny the lasting effect that the music and its musicians have had on emerging artists today.

So here is a new edition of The Shady Groove’s Theme-Time Radio: The 90’s are alive and well. Even though this podcast went longer than normal, there still was not enough time to run all the amazingness that happened in this era. I already have enough music prepared to launch another TWO 90’s podcasts, so stay tuned for more….But until then, enjoy this carefully prepared, sonically pleasing radio hour from The Shady Groove.

Here are the tracks that were played:

Nirvana – Smells Like Teen Spirit ++ Red Hot Chili Peppers – The Righteous & The Wicked ++ Uncle Tupelo – Life Worth Living ++ House of Pain – Jump Around ++ Blind Melon – No Rain ++ Candlebox – Far Behind ++ Radiohead – Creep ++ Beastie Boys – Sure Shot ++ Pearl Jam – Better Man ++ Beck – Loser ++ Ween – Roses Are Free ++ Pavement – Cut Your Hair ++ Weezer – Say It Ain’t So ++ Phish – Sample In A Jar ++ Cake – The Distance ++ Blackstreet – No Diggity ++ Sublime – Santeria ++ The Wallflowers – One Headlight ++ Old 97’s – Barrier Reef ++ Ben Folds Five – Battle of Who Could Care Less ++ Arrested Development – Mr. Wendal ++ Guster – Barrel of a Gun ++ G. Love & Special Sauce – Rodeo Clowns ++ Wilco – A Shot In the Arm ++ The Gourds – Ladies Choice

 

 

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Home Again: Shady Groove Podcast #57

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Here ya go folks!

This week the podcast included a bunch of cool tracks such as:

Heartless Bastards – Parted Ways ++ Cake – Daria ++ Ramsay Midwood – Spinnin’ On This Rock ++ The Avett Brothers – Let Myself Live ++ Michael Kiwanuka – Home Again ++ Lee Fields & The Expressions – Faithful Man ++ Don Covay – I’ll Be Satisfied ++ The Allman Brothers Band – One Way Out (live 1971) ++ Hayes Carll – Grand Parade ++ John Prine – Illegal Smile ++ Desmond Dekker – Israelites ++ Bob Marley & The Wailers – Walk The Proud Land (live 1973) ++ Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros – 40 Day Dream ++ Beck – Lord Only Knows ++ Shinyribs – (If You Need The) 442

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Shady Groove Podcast #34

 

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Podcast #34 included these fantastic, free-wheelin’, bittersweet, rowdy, spectacularly quirky¬†tracks:

Blitzen Trapper – American Goldwing ++ The Wood Brothers – Stumbled In ++ My Morning Jacket – Outta My System ++ The Gourds – Peppermint City ++ Iggy Pop – The Passenger ++ Cee Lo Green – (You’re So Square) Baby, I Don’t Care ++ Beck – Scarecrow ++ William Elliot Whitmore – Black Iowa Dirt ++ Eric Clapton – Ain’t That Lovin’ You ++ The Mother Hips – White Falcon Fuzz ++ The Band – Atlantic City ++ Talking Heads – Road To Nowhere ++ The Gourds – Your Benefit ++ ….

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