Saturday, September 19, 2015

The Sadies & Show # 578

Toronto’s The Sadies have been captivating audiences with their wildly entertaining live shows since they first began in 1994. Since then, The Sadies have taken their sound which mixes elements of country, bluegrass, garage rock, punk, blues and instrumental surf music for a sound that is all their own. Fronted by brothers Dallas and Travis Good, this four-piece band has received critical acclaim for many of their albums including 2002’s The Story’s Often Told, 2004’s Favourite Colours and 2007’s New Seasons, which was also nominated for a Juno award. In addition to their own merits, The Sadies have collaborated with many other artists both live, backing up several artists and on record. They have collaborated with Andre Williams, Gord Downie, Garth Hudson, Neko Case and John Doe to name a few. In 2013, The Sadies released Internal Sounds. The Sadies ramped up their punk and psych-rock influences, while also balancing it with the more subtle nuances in their already established sound. Internal Sounds also marks the first album in which Sadies member Dallas Good took on the producer role.

The Sadies were part of the line-up for this year's Phog Phest in Windsor, Ontario.

Saturday Night Playlist:

1. Pony - Somethin’ About You
2. Ponyshow - Folks
3. Itzjunk - Lip Service
4. Sonic Youth - Death Valley 69
5. Japandroids - To Hell With Good Intentions
6. Built To Spill - The Plan
7. The Clean - Thumbs Off
8. The Fresh & Onlys - Summer Wheels
9. Ariel Pink - Jell-O
10. The Users - Kicks In Style
11. The Twistin' Tarantulas - The Flight Of The Super Bee
12. La Luz - With Davey
13. The Bell Peppers - The Hoofstomp
14. Daniel Romano - I”m Gonna Teach You
15. Destroyer - Midnight Meets The Rain
16. Middle Sister - Tongue of Silver
17. Ray Condo & The Hard Knock Goners - This Is The Night
18. The Sadies - Cheat (Live)
19. The Sadies - The Story's Often Told (Live)
20. Wintersleep - Martyr
21. Ought - The Weather Song
22. Paul Simon - I Know What I Know
23. REM - Radio Free Europe (Live)
24. The Skids - Sweet Suburbia
25. The Black Lips - Drugs
26. The Velvet Underground - Coney Island Steeplechase
27. Television - Fire Engine (Demo)
28. The Castaways - Liar, Liar
29. The Flaming Lips - Strychnine/Peace Love And Understanding
30. Iggy & The Stooges - Wild Love (Detroit Rehearsals 1973)

To download this weeks program, visit CJAM's schedule page for Revolution Rock and download the file for September 19. Or subscribe to Revolution Rock as a Podcast.


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