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Song Of The Week | Oct 17, 2016

The Bongos – Sunshine Superman

barone_donovanScottish folk rocker Donovan celebrated the 50th anniversary of his “Sunshine Superman” this year. Longtime fan and friend Richard Barone of The Bongos started the celebration early by including a version of the song on The Bongos’ 2013 release “Phantom Train.”
The Bongos will be doing a very rare multi-date tour starting Thursday October 20 at The Wonder Bar in Asbury Park with special guests, classic northern California pop rockers The Rubinoos.




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Song Of The Week | Oct 10, 2016

Mike Doughty – I Can’t Believe I Found You In That Town

mikedoughtyBy his ninth solo album, The Heart Watches While the Brain Burns, you’d figure he would have slipped into a comfortable pattern, but Mike Doughty is not that kind of artist. The former frontman of Soul Coughing is obsessively, constantly driven to sound new. The elegant, charming album swerves between lonesome country influences, and trap beats.
The title is pulled from a WTF! podcast, on which Doughty’s old buddy Marc Maron used the phrase, somehow, in reference to chewing nicotine gum, in his struggle to quit smoking. The two go back to the East Village comedy scene of the late ‘90s, so when Doughty asked Maron if he could use the line as an album title, the comic responded, “Use it and throw me a bone.”


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