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Episode Forty Five – Why Wasn’t Spuds Mackenzie In Wilson Phillips?

Well, why wasn’t he? Or in Bowie’s band? And why wasn’t Jon Pertwee? Young Southpaw explores these and other questions as well as contemplating the idea of perhaps the ultimate supergroup of Van Halen, George Clinton, Wilson Phillips, and everybody’s favourite 80’s beer-toting canine, Spuds Mackenzie.

Taking in One Day At A Time, David Bowie, Diamond Dogs, Pin Ups, Iggy Pop, Beach Boys, Doctor Who, The Replacements, and much more

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Episode Forty Three – Those Crying Restaurants

“You can’t be breaking up bands just to make salad dressing you know?…All musicians should probably learn that early on, save themselves a lot of pain…”

Young Southpaw searches for the band with the most salad dressing-esque name. At times he is quite horrified with what he finds, while also uncovering a wealth of possibilities

Taking in Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Fishbone, salad, Salad, New Order, The Replacements, Goldfrapp, Bad Brains, Minor Threat, The Teardrop Explodes, Van Halen, Guided By Voices, The Glove, The Cure, Afghan Whigs, Dinosaur Jr., G Love & Special Sauce, Poison, Pavement, Lonely Island, Future Islands, and a whole lot more

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Episode Forty Two – Drew In KISS

What would Drew Barrymore’s make up be if she was in KISS? And shouldn’t they collaborate on a Bond film together? Young Southpaw explores

Taking in Never Been Kissed, Detroit Rock City, Cannonball Run, Charlie’s Angels, Firestarter, E.T., Music & Lyrics, Whip It, The Wedding Singer, Love Gun, The Spy Who Loved Me, KISS Meets The Phantom Of The Park, and much more

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Episode Forty One – Free Jazz: The Musical

Featuring the hit single ‘How Do You Solve A Puzzle Like Ornette Coleman?’ Are Vince Clarke & Alison Moyet involved? And were Bauhaus the first synthpop free jazz band? (No. How could they be?)

Taking in The Damned, The Sound Of Music, The Black Crowes, T.S. Eliot, The Jam, Bela Lugosi, and much more

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