075 Musicians with moustaches

What is that on your top lip? This week the contrast podcasters have chosen songs by their favourite moustachioed musicians proving that sometimes facial hair just makes the music better!

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Playlist:

(00:00) Lee Hazelwood – My baby cried all night long

Tim from The face of today

(03:56) Eastern Conference Champions – Single sedative

Marcy from Lost in your inbox

(06:39) Beirut – Elephant gun

Conrad from 4AD 4EVR

(11:35) Frank Zappa – Camarillo Brillo

Natalie from Mini-obs

(16:25) Groucho Marx – I’m against it

Ross from Just gimme indie rock

(19:39) Sparks – This town ain’t big enough …

Mark from Cinema du Lyon

(22:56) Motorhead – Ace of spades

FiL from Pogoagogo

(27:27) Le Tigre – TKO

Sid from Too much rock

(31:08) Paulo Conte – Via con me

ZB from So the wind won’t blow it all away

(34:34) Captain Beefheart – Ice cream for crow

Chris from Phosphorous.net

(40:04) Art Brut – Maternity ward

Crash from Pretending life is like a song

(43:37) El Vez – Baby, let’s play safe

Greg from Broken Dial

(47:19) Ultravox – Vienna

Dweller from Child without an iPod

(51:57) The Killers – Uncle Johnny

James from Jamesisadork

(56:54) J. Tillman – Milk white air

Linda from Speed of dark

Thanks to all of you for listening and taking part in this week’s hairy antics. Next week’s theme, chosen by Greg from Broken Dial, is back to school. If you’d like to take part you would be most welcome and you might find that these instructions are useful.

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This is one podcast I’m happy to see NO WOMEN included in. 😉

LOL, only FiL could do a story about a moustache involving a tuft of hair and a Brazilian, AND work in Motorhead! Long live FiL!!

Oh wait, I’m wrong. I forgot about Le Tigre!!!

Loath though I am to interrupt Nat’s conversation with herself can I just jump in here again with a newly tweaked url for my nice restored old blog – http://www.plilas9.blogspot.com. I’m so pleased that somebody played Vienna, it makes me feel better about considering it!

There’s a tube strike in London and this podcast made for good listening whilst being stuck on a stinky bus for 1 hr 30mins…aagghhhh. Great show !!

Sorry Crash, i was gonna submitt billy childish, but then changed my mind as i thought someone else would do it.

Loved that Captin beefheart track !!!

Groucho AND Lemmy. This podcast was amazing. I also really like that ECC track. And Vienna. And…it was all so good!

Ross, is fine, that’s a better Groucho song than the one I had. His moustache was also painted on, incidentally, at least it was for the films, it looked better than a real one or a hairy fake.

quite the diverse ‘cast.

linda, you made me laugh. i know exactly what you were going through. i even went back and forth over whether a beard and moustache fit the criteria or if it had to be just a ‘stache . . . i’m insane, i know. but i would never check up on you–although i think i will have to check out le tigre’s moustachioed member. not because i doubt sid, i just have to see this for myself!

glad everybody likes the ecc–they are a lot of fun!

I always thought that that was a man in le tigre! i’m a horrible person, i suppose.

And mjrc, i went through the beard/stache dilemma as well!

I really dug the Hazlewood and Zappa.
Was a bit worried about the reaction to Vienna TBH, but glad it made the grade. Thanks everyone.

that HAS to be a man in le tigre–it HAS to be!!!! maybe it’s a shim, but there’s got to be some maleness going on there. :0

I checked on wikipedia the other day and it’s definitely a woman! Will wonders never cease?!

Help! The link to this podcast is now broken – can you restore? Thanks.

Unfortunately I’m only able to keep the most recent 8 or 9 episodes up at the moment. I was storing them on archive.org, but some f***er said that they had ‘unsuitable content’. Once I get an alternative archive sorted I’ll publish it.



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