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Buried Treasures & Briston Maroney

It's time again for Jim and Greg to share their latest buried treasures: recently released, under-the-radar albums you need to hear! Plus, Jim takes a trip to the desert island jukebox to play a song he can't live without. Then, they hear from musician Briston Maroney about the song that got him Hooked On Sonics.

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Buried Treasures

Too much music, not enough time. We know how it goes, and sometimes some great albums get lost in the shuffle. So this week, Jim and Greg shine a light on those cuts: this time joined by Alisha Sweeney of Colorado Public Radio's Indie 102.3.

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“Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick”Ian Dury & The Blockheads

Ian Dury Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick single Jim was reminded of Ian Dury & The Blockheads for the first time in years by watching the television adaptation of Tana French's Dublin Murders stories. Dury's 1978 song, "Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick" was used, sending our fearless host down a rabbit hole recalling Dury's other two hits "Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll" and "Reasons To Be Cheerful, Part 3." Jim makes the case that Dury was more than a novelty act, merging dance music with punk through his irrepressible attitude.

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Hooked On Sonics: Briston Maroney

briston This week, Knoxville singer, songwriter and guitarist Briston Maroney shares what song got him Hooked On Sonics. For him, it was the Beatles' song "Dear Prudence" off of the White Album. He stumbled upon it when he was 11 years old and fell in love with it (and music).

Featured Songs

  1. Knxwledge, howtokope., howtokope. (single), Stones Throw, 2020
  2. People Years, Commonly Known, Commonly Known (single), Cornelius Chapel, 2020
  3. Beach Bunny, Cuffing Season, Honeymoon, Mom + Pop Music, 2020
  4. Knxwledge, learn, learn (single), Stones Throw, 2020
  5. Rev Rev Rev, Clutching The Blade, Kykeon, Fuzz Club, 2019
  6. Tennis, "Need Your Love", Swimmer, Mutually Detrimental, 2020
  7. Loren Oden, Is There A Way, Is There A Way (single), Linear Labs, 2020
  8. Frances Quinlan, Carry the Zero, Likewise, Saddle Creek, 2020
  9. Built to Spill, Carry the Zero, Keep It Like a Secret, Warner, 1999
  10. Seasurfer, Lovers Breakdown, Lovers Breakdown (Single), Reptile Music, 2019
  11. Ashley Zarah & Mkblv, Like I Do, Like I Do (Single), AzarDay, 2020
  12. The Men, Breeze, Mercy, The Men, 2020
  13. Lanzón, Mexican Dracula, Nursing Music, self-released, 2014
  14. Ian Dury & The Blockheads, Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick, (single), Stiff, 1978
  15. Briston Maroney, Steve's First Bruise, Steve's First Bruise (Single), Atlantic, 2019
  16. The Beatles, Dear Prudence, The Beatles, Apple, 1968
  17. Rage Against the Machine, Bulls on Parade, Evil Empire, Epic, 1996
  18. Pink Floyd, Time, The Dark Side of the Moon, Harvest, 1973
  19. Arctic Monkeys, Why‘d You Only Call Me When You’re High?, AM, Domino, 2013
  20. King Crimson, 21st Century Schizoid Man, In the Court of the Crimson King, Island, 1969
  21. King Crimson, Frame By Frame, Discipline, Warner, 1981
  22. Gang of Four, Damaged Goods, Entertainment!, EMI, 1979
  23. Big Brother and the Holding Company, Piece of My Heart, Cheap Thrills, Columbia, 1968
  24. Paul McCartney, Maybe I'm Amazed, McCartney, Apple, 1970