JP Marat

JP Mara and Big Barking Dog present A Blank Generation and Nothing Since

A Blank Generation and Nothing Since: Richard Hell - "Blank Generation", Ramones - "I don’t wanna go, down to the basement", Psychedelic Furs - "India", Pixies - "Monkey’s Gone to Heaven", Pinback - "3 X 0", Peter Murphy - "Cuts you up", Pet Shop Boys - "What have I done ?", Perfume - "Flash", Natalie Umbruglia - "City", The Mowgli’s - "San Francisco", Iggy Pop - "The Passenger" and "Paraguay", Echo and the Bunnymen- "Evergreen", Kate Bush - "And Dream of Sheep"

58:41 minutes (107.44 MB)

JP Marat and Big Barking Dog present Kill vs Maim

Grimes - "Kill vs Maim", JJ - "Ecstasy", Cocteau Twins - "Fifty Fifty Clown", Sigur Ros - "Saeglopur (Sea Fool)", Beach House - "All Your Yeahs", Cults - "You Know What I Mean",

29:20 minutes (53.7 MB)

JP Marat and Big Barking Dog Present Alternative World Pop

Some of the best music . . . from the 4 corners of the planet . . . none of it in English . . . you are welcome. . . Deep Forest - "Deep Forest", Papa Wemba - "Yolele", Asa - "Bimpe", Buena Vista Social Club - "Chan Chan" and Indila with three songs from her "Mini World Album."

29:54 minutes (54.74 MB)

JP Marat and Big Barking present Roots Rockabilly

Rockabilly from the 1950's to the present day. Rock A Billy Eddie Cochran - “Something Else”, Wanda Jackson - “Hot Dog ! That made him mad !”, Johnny River - “Maybelline”, Roy Orbison - “You Got It’, Mink Deville - “Spanish Stroll”, Dave Edmunds - “Almost Saturday Night” and “I Hear You Knocking”, Stray Cats - “Stray Cat Strut”, Johnny River - “Secret Agent Man”

29:30 minutes (54.02 MB)

JP Marat and Big Barking present Roots Rockabilly

JP Marat and Big Barking Dog present - Volume 2 - The UnBearable Brightness of Being

Volume 2 - The UnBearable Brightness of Being: Bonzai: “2B.1”, Edie Brickell and New Bohemians - “What I am”, Edwyn Collins - “A Girl Like You”, Elvis Costello - “Don’t Let me be misunderstood”, EXO - “Growl”, Florence and the Machine - “Only if for a night”

28:38 minutes (52.43 MB)

JP Marat and Big Barking Dog present - Volume 1 - The UnBearable Brightness of Being

Volume 1 - UnBearable Brightness of Being: Bad Suns - “Cardiac Arrest”, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zero’s - “Janglin”, CSS - “Music is my Hot Hot Sex”, Bang Gang - “Follow”, Crystal Castles - “Crimewave”, Bryan Ferry - “Loop De Li”

28:31 minutes (52.21 MB)

JP Marat and Big Barking Dog present "I Can Make Your Hands Clap"

Fitz and the Tantrums - “Handclap” and “MoneyGrabber”, Bananarama - “Cruel Summer”, B.o.B. - “Airplanes”, Jungle - “Busy Earn’in”, Mowgli’s - “San Francisco”, Electro Taboo - “Sweetest Taboo Remix”

28:38 minutes (52.43 MB)

JP Marat and Big Barking Dog present American Roots Alternative "Folsom Prison Blues"

Classic and Alternative Tracks by American Roots Master . . . Johnny Cash (also featuring June Carter Cash, Rosanne Cash and the Tennesse Three).

29:14 minutes (53.52 MB)

JP Marat and Big Barking Dog Present "Blind But Not Silent"

Blind but Not Silent. Lamentations for a Friend: Blind Faith - "Can’t find my way Home", Bob Dylan - "Blind Willie McTell", Gaelic Storm - "Blind Monkey", Florence and the Machine - "Blinding", The Who - "The Hawker", The Fall - "Blindness."

29:46 minutes (54.52 MB)

JP Marat and Big Barking Dog present Alternative Folk by First Aid Kit

When I started producing content for radio 5-6 years ago, my first show included a song by First Aid Kit. They are a remarkable Swedish Alternative folk duo that includes sisters Klara Söderberg (on vocals/guitar) and Johanna Söderberg (on vocals, bass, keyboards and autoharp). I’m long overdue to produce a show that highlights their impressive body of work. Today I present songs from several First Aid Kit albums including: The Lion’s Roar, Stay Gold, Drunken Trees and Ruins. While the band is Swedish their sound contains elements of pure Americana. Klara and Johanna have long favored many classic American musicians including: Billie Holiday, Emmy Lou Harris and The Carter Family. The Carter family was the "first family" of American Country music from the 1930’s thru the 1960’s . . . with June Carter Cash (who wrote and performed "Ring of Fire" with her husband Johnny Cash) as one of their most prominent members.

29:37 minutes (54.25 MB)
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