Mix CD Social at the Northcote Social Club 07/01/12

with Georgia Fields and band, Duke Batavia, The Barebones duo
DJs Dan Kelly, Angie Hart, and Sean M Whelan
Northcote Social Club, Saturday 7th January 2012

Mix CD I put in the luck dip:
1. Anti-Piracy Parody (The IT Crowd)
2. Tra-La-La Song (The Banana Splits)
3. Whoop Diddy-Ay (Betty Hutton)
4. Killer Piller (Goto80)
5. Jimmy Jimmy Aja Aja (Disco Dancer Soundtrack)
6. Bonus Track (El Malo)
7. Cajun Twist (Lil' Band O Gold)
8. Where did the motherf***n' cheese go? (WEEN)
9. Thing on a Spring (Ron Hubbard)
10. Oh Them Dudes (Betty Hutton & Fred Astaire)
11. Das darf nicht wahr sein (Hot Summer soundtrack)
12. Stop the pigeon intro
13. GALA GALA HAPPY (DJ Hard & DJ Soft)
14. Chuck Rock (Palo Pezodranzi)
15. I am a Disco Dancer (Disco Dancer soundtrack)
16. How to be a Texas Ranger (Interröbang Cartel)
17. Staffordshire Bull Terrier Portraits (Interröbang Cartel)
18. Onion Ring/Bed of Lettuce (Wolfgramm Sisters)
19. Luna Park's Smile is Frowning on St Kilda (Large No. 12s)

Mix CD I got out of the lucky dip:
1. Grace Don't Wait (The Caravan)
2. Wasted & Ready (Ben Kweller)
3. Saints & Sinners (Paddy Casey)
4. The Bleeding Heart Show (The New Pornographers)
5. Calamity Song (The Decemberists)
6. I think I need a new heart (The Magnetic Fields)
7. I saw you blink (Stanoway)
8. I know I'm not alone (M. Franti & Spearhead)
9. Right Moves (Joh Ritter)
10. Dance me to the end of the house (M. Peyroux)

I wasn't planning on going to this until I saw the "Mix CD lucky dip" mentioned and thought it would be fun to see what I could put together and what I could get back from it.

For some reason I used to be more into novelty songs than I am now and I had a large collection of them and C64 SID music. If I hadn't started going to see bands regularly, I would still be mainly listening to that type of music.

Even though I hadn't heard of the support bands before, I thought they went well in particular Duke Bativa. Ben Birchall might have to take some time off the Breakfasters if the band goes on tour during the year. They don't have a CD out as yet, but I am sure they will do so soon.

The last few times I have seen Georgia Fields she has played solo or with a duo, so it was great to see her play with a full band. I managed to resist making drill sounds when she sang "this is not a drill" as it was her nigh. It was a great night even though I left a bit early so I could catch the tram in time and not have to wait half an hour in the cold and rain.


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