Cinco de Mayo – War
Once you hear the lyrics, you’ll realize that this is not about the Battle of Puebla in 1862.
A Summer Thing – Cayucas
Indie pop from Santa Monica.
Salad Days – Mac DeMarco
This Canadian rocker’s been called “rude, crude and obnoxious,” but he sounds like pussycat on this track.
(Give Me Back My) Bunty Bunty – The Bombay Royale
Don’t be surprised if this band made it’s way into a Quentin Tarantino soundtrack.
The Jitterbug Waltz – Fats Waller
The Fat Man at his creative best, this 1942 lullaby brought a little lighthearted respite to a nation at War.
I Got Stoned And I Missed It – Shel Silverstein
What else would you expect from the guy who wrote “A Boy Named Sue” and “Cover of The Rolling Stone?”
Sing A Simple Song – Sly & The Family Stone
B-side to ‘Everyday People’ – could have been the A-side.
Highway Down – Black Bananas
Electric rock funk from Jennifer Herrema’s new outfit Black Bananas. Not like the Royal Trux at all.
So It Goes – Nick Lowe
Traditional pub rock from the master of pop – also the first single released on Stiff Records.
California Dreamin’ – Bobby Womack
R.I.P. Bobby Womack.