The Mal Thursday Show #35: Texas Tyme Machine #5 - The Golden Dawn Story
Even though Mal Thursday's Texas Tyme Machine has been spun off into its own 'cast, here's the fifth volume of the series presented one last time on The Mal Thursday Show, in case you missed it. This show has a lot more subscribers at the moment, and this episode needs to be heard!
Mal Thursday pays a visit to the rock n' roll ranch of George Kinney of pioneering Texas psychedelic band The Golden Dawn. Also in the show, recent releases from Amplified Heat, White Dress, and The Black Angels, and '60s fuzz classics from The Zakary Thaks, Sweet Smoke, and The Bubble Puppy. The Texas Tyme Machine floating concert series is organizing a series of benefits for the George Kinney Medical Fund, to raise money for Kinney's cancer treatments.
Presented in Living Monophonic Sound.
- The Golden Dawn: I'll Be Around
- the Moving Sidewalks: 99Th Floor
- Sweet Smoke: Morning Dew
- the Lemon Fog: Summer
- Kenny and the Kasuals: See Saw Ride
- the Zakary Thaks: Green Crystal Ties
- the Bubble Puppy: Hot Smoke and Sassafrass
- the Golden Dawn: My Time
- the Spades: You're Gonna Miss Me
- the Golden Dawn: Evolution/Tell Me Why/Starvation
- George Kinney: How Could I Ever Say Goodbye
- the Mullens: Don't Treat Me Cold
- Amplified Heat: What's It Gonna Be Will Be
- White Dress: No Solid State
- the Black Angels: Haunting at 1300 Mckinley
- the Sons of Hercules: Shakin' Street
- the Pirates: I'm Cuttin' Out
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