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Options May 14, 2007: Pure, poptasticness with the Pink Delicates

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Artist Track Album Label
Ethan Lipton + His Orchestra  "Hit It"   Options Mr. Softy   
Goran Bregovic  "Sex"   Options Tales and Songs From Weddings and Funerals   
Big Lazy  "France"   Options Postcards from X  Tasankee Records 
Reynold Phillipsek  "Sans Souci"   Options Artifacts and Curiosities  Reiphi Records 
Rickie Lee Jones  "Nobody Knows My Name"   Options Sermon on Exhibition Boulevard   
Greta Gertler & the Extroverts  "Good & Simple"   Options Edible Restaurant   
Ola Podrida  "Run Off the Road"   Options Ola Podrida   
Etienne DeRocher  "Providence"   Options Etienne DeRocher  Fog City Records 
 
The Trolleyvox  "Preamble" / "Just you Wait"   Options The Karaoke Meltdown   
The Move  "Flowers in the Rain"   Options    
The BeeGees  "I Close My Eyes"   Options    
The Kinks  "End of the Season"   Options Something Else  Sanctuary 
Hang the Lights  "The Saddest Days"   Options    
The Beatles  "Here Comes the Sun/The Inner Light"/Come Together/Dear Prudence/Cry Baby Cry"   Options Love  Capitol 
 
 
Live performance by The Pink Delicates

 
Steeped in the vocal harmonies of the Everly Brothers and traditions of 60's pop music, this four piece started out in 1995 as The Gwens. After releasing several singles and the full length album "DEVIL'S CLIFF" they disbanded and reformed as The Pink Delicates. Gwens' founding member and main songwriter Kevin Neblung (R) is joined by bandmates Tony Marchitelli (guitar), John Fedele (drums), and Mike Santoro (bass). Musically, on their new album "WHO STOLE THE QUIET DAY", the Pink Delicates songs bounce off each other like a great party of influences, incorporating surf to pop to experimental rock.
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  -Throwing Rocks"
  -"Open Door"
  -"Pete's Song"
  -"Strange"
  -"Hole in My Heart"
  -CD: "Seu del eu elevado"
  -CD: "Follow You"
  -"Black Light'
  -Them Bones"
  -"The Girl with the Open Ears"
  -"Surf Pajama Party"
 
The Pink Delicates  "Old Man Bar"   Options Who Stole the Quiet Day?   
The Smithereens  "It Won'g Be Long"   Options Meet the Smithereens   
The Voyces  "Kissing Like it's Love"   Options Kissing Like it's Love   
Big Al Anderson & The Balls  "Tell Me Something i Don't Know   Options Pawn Shop Guitars   
Luke Temple  "Saturday People"   Options Snow Beats   
Johann Kloos  "Memoirs of an Amnesiac"   Options Ha Ha Said the Car   
The Spires  "Wild Death"   Options Sky Sky  Bee House 
 
Linda Draper  "Traces Of"   Options    
Jenn Lindsay  "Got My Baby"   Options Perfect Handful   
Alice Bierhorst  "Fly Little Angel"   Options Jubilee   
Carolyn Alroy  "Helter Skelter"   Options    
Rosie Thomas  "Songbird"   Options These Friends of Mine   
       
Kenny Young & The Eggplants  "Curtis Mayfield's On the Moon"   Options Arrr!   

Listener comments!

  Sat. 5/26/07 11:04pm Philip:

On May 14, 2007 at 32 minutes into the show, you broke to recap the prior 30 minutes of music. Underneath of your words was an instrumental track. Do you remember the artist and track name for this background track?
  Sun. 5/27/07 12:14am Philip:

Never mind the previous question I sent asking about the background track for May 14th. I figured it out. The Kitchen Cynics and 'Drinking with Jack Rose' was the answer.

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On May 14, 2007 at 32 minutes into the show, you broke to recap the prior 30 minutes of music. Underneath of your words was an instrumental track. Do you remember the artist and track name for this background track?
  Sun. 5/27/07 10:30am Irene Trudel:

Hi Phillip!

My apologies for not listing the background music! When I'm mixing a band it gets a little crazy behind the scenes, so I just plain forgot. The track is indeed the Kitchen Cynics' "Drinking with Jack Rose. You can find it on the "Gyroscoping" album. You can find ordering info on the Kitchen Cynics myspace.com page.

Cheers!

---Irene
  Mon. 7/2/07 9:56am Christine L.:

More Voyces!!
  Mon. 1/26/09 8:49pm mike tp:

hi irene checking out archives may14 07 you had pink delicates on and photo of them reveals kevin neblung of the band. he has a health food store in passaic park a1 nutrition small world. love your show loads. much love
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