Thursday, May 6, 2010

Wreckless Eric Radio Show #25 (click to tune in)

rambling between dordogneshire and connecticut with chico rodriguez & his tijuana sound, graham day & the gaolers, christine ohlman & rebel montez, holly golightly & the broke-offs, tarka cordell...

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11 comments:

stuhre said...

Thanks for being back, Eric!

Tobbe

Warhol Superstar said...

Eric - all I can say is...... thank you. Brilliant stuff. I'm so glad you're 'back.'

-- E

Chris said...

Hello Eric. The Holly Golightly track is fantastic. Does you much better justice than Monster Ate The Pilot. Good luck with the US Tour. Hope to see you and Amy later in the summer.

Ian said...

You said to remind you to dig out some Mental as Anything - so here it is.

kpf said...

Great show Eric. Mott the Hoople sounds like Dylan? This is new information for me. I would have tried them earlier.

kpf said...

Eric - did you realize you and Holly Golightly are playing in Chicago on the same night?

18 Jun 2010 21:00 Subterranean Chicago, Illinois, US

Kicker of Elves said...

Great stuff. Good to have you back. Can't wait for the new LP. Will it be on 'shit' coloured vinyl like my version of your first LP? Surely an underused marketing tool.

Wreckless Eric said...

The new album - Two-Way Family Favourites - no vinyl as yet but we're planning a limited edition wax cylinder, as well as a musical box version with plastic figurines of me and Amy that turn around as it plays, and a pencil sharpener built into the base. So that's something to look forward to.

Lord Boswell said...

Any chance of a tracklisting for this new LP of yours? Is it cover versions throughout?

Anonymous said...

Hi, great show, again, but think I miss the title of the track from Graham Day's new band in your tracklist of the 6 May show. What was that band called?

Spoonful said...

Great Show. Mott remind me of Chopper bikes and Cresta that drink with the big bear "It's frothy man' Love the show Eric. I told you about our show FreeRange Music and wonder if you've heard it ! Cheers from Falmouth. Parker (FreeRange Music)