The Mal Thursday Show #68: Another Ballad in Stereo
This episode, taken from the weekly broadcast edition of The Mal Thursday Show, presents stereophonic highlights of "The Ballad of Mal Thursday" series. Longtime listeners of the podcast may experience a bit of déjà vu, but the quality of the tunes should compensate for that.
- Sammy Davis Jr.: the Ballad of Johnny Cool
- the Human Beings: an Inside Look
- Eric Burdon & the Animals: when I Was Young
- the Damned: Problem Child
- Paul Jones: I've Been a Bad, Bad Boy
- Mott the Hoople: One of the Boys
- the Kinks: the Hard Way
- Kim Fowley: Me
- Jim Jones Revue: It's Gotta Be About Me
- the Black Lips: My New Direction
- Greg "Stackhouse" Prevost: I Ain't Signifyin'
- the Jam: I Got by in Time
- the Rationals: Feelin' Lost
- the Soundtrack of Our Lives: Heading for a Breakdown
- Sonny Bono: Laugh at Me
- Anthony Newley: the Joker
- Willie Nelson: Just Dropped in (to See What Condition My Condition Was in)
- Glambilly: How I Got to Texas
- Conway Twitty: Big Town
- Frank Sinatra: This Town
- the Fall: Leave the Capitol
- Randy Newman: Last Night I Had a Dream
- Roy Orbison: in Dreams
- Scott Walker: 30 Century Man
- Sons of Hercules: Grow up?
- Buck Owens: Who's Gonna Mow Your Grass
- the Who: Man With Money/the Good's Gone
- the Dead Boys: I Won't Look Back
- the New York Dolls: It’s Too Late
- the Velvet Underground: That's the Story of My Life
- Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers: the Last Dj
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