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With Come And Back To Shred Your Face

The March 9, 2017 edition of the 68Comeback Special was dedicated, in the most general sense, to persons, places and things that are, in the most general sense, English, but also to the overwhelming greatness of Doug Hoyer, and also to songs that are short and to the point, and also to songs that meander aimlessly for minutes, hours, or even days.

the Waterboys  –  By My Enemy

Doug Hoyer  –  Ode to Shows

Homeshake  –  Every Single Thing

the Jam  –  Beat Surrender

the Ronettes  –  Is This What I Get For Loving You?

Ty Segall  –  Break a Guitar

Scarves  –  Trash Bags

Rose Cousins  –  White Flag

Leif Vollenbekk  –  Road to Venus

the James Hunter Six  –  This is Where We Came In

Novella  –  Elements

Lou Reed  –  Strawman

All Hands On Jane  –  Kitty City

Janitor Joe  –  Early Retirement

Dwight Yoakam  –  It Won’t Hurt

Red Fang  –  Prehistoric Dog

Bash & Pop  –  On the Rocks

Karen Potje  –  I Wrote It Down

Nothingness  –  Strathcona Park

Pick A Piper  –  Night Owl

Sarah Beatty  –  Temporary Lover

Nik Turner  –  Space Fusion Odyssey

 

 

 

I’ll Bet Somewhere’s A Lady Shopping For Comebacks

On the March 3, 2017 edition of the 68Comeback Special, we tried out some new catchphrases and celebrated Mark E. Smith in the half-assed way we’ve built a reputation on, we coveted like old-timey sinners and we brought ourselves to admit to a small – not to mention inconsequential – error we made once.

Simply Saucer  –  Dance the Mutation

John Zorn  –  Giu La Testa (Duck You Sucker!)

Priests  –  JJ

Hella  –  BC But Not Before Christ

Victor Banana  –  Value Ape

Zebra Pulse  –  My Reflection in Your Footprint

Ike & Tina Turner  –  Don’t Believe Nothing

Bash & Pop  –  Jesus Loves You

Richard Laviolette  –  Yesterday’s Gospel

Old 97’s  –  Jesus Loves You

Phern  –  Disgusting Mermaid

Squarepusher  –  Curve 1

Superchunk  –  Mower

Joe Jackson  –  The Band Wore Blue Shirts

Merle Haggard  –  Shopping for Dresses

the Detroit Cobras  –  Cha Cha Twist

Rat’s Pajamas  –  Don’t Ask

Himiko  –  No More Colours, No More Flags

Paolo Conte  –  Amazing Grace

VVA  –  U Killin’ It

the Fall  –  Hot Cake

Jose James  –  Always There

Gregory Pepper & His Problems  –  I Don’t Care

Public Animal  –  Procession

Living At Night Isn’t Helping My Comeback

Do we look different now? On the February 23, 2016 edition of the 68Comeback Special, we recruited our very own go-to guy for all things Northeastern Ohio, and at long last, we think we can finally say we like Pere Ubu! So there’s that. There was other stuff, too – it was a pretty good show; you should feel deep personal shame if you missed it – but we’re a little lost in the haze at this point and you’ll just have to take our word for it.

the Carpenters  –  Superstar

the Young Fresh Fellows  –  Hank, Karen and Elvis

Napalmpom  –  Her Own Wings

Bradley J. Sime  –  I Wish I Was a Millionaire

Pere Ubu  –  Final Solution

Pere Ubu  –  (Pa) Ubu Dance Party

Homeshake  –  TV Volume

Smokey & the Feelings  –  Build a Hole

the Sea and Cake  –  Aerial

Priests  –  Puff

Kris Kristofferson  –  The Silver Tongued Devil and I

Bash & Pop  –  On the Rocks

Dream Whip  –  Hopeless Humanities

Ryan Adams  –  Anything I Say

Soft Violence  –  Vulnerable

Scott Cook  –  Dogs and Kids

Dan Misha Goldman  –  Winterbloom

Sleep  –  From Beyond

 

Another Bloated Disco, Another Sniff Of Comeback I’ll Regret

Ooooo! They’re all talking about the February 9, 2017 edition of the 68Comeback Special! They’re talking about how, for once, Craig played Red Red Meat when Tom was here, they’re thankful for the Valentine’s Flipper. They longed to be close to us, they’ve been wondering aloud to their grandmothers if liking Pere Ubu is possible or even desirable, but they’re looking forward to finding out!

Peter Holsapple & Chris Stamey  –  I Want to Break Your Heart

Nirvana  –  Do You Love Me?

Pink Mountaintops  –  And I Thank You

Dead Fibres  –  Pleasures of the Flesh

Isaac Hayes  –  (They Long to Be) Close to You

Doug Hoyer  –  Welcome Back

Trio  –  Ya Ya

Red Red Meat  –  Smokey Mountain Dbl Dip

Robin Hunter and Six Foot Bullies  –  Baby I’m Watching Your Every Move

Sonic Youth  –  My Friend Goo

Smokey & the Feelings  –  Tramping

the New Pornographers  –  Letter From An Occupant

Pangina  –  Full Metal Moustache

the James T. Kirks  –  Do the Pulley Shake

Merle Haggard  –  Going Where the Lonely Go

Zebra Pulse  –  Reflection in Your Footprint

Arab Strap  –  The Shy Retirer

Killing Joke  –  Birds of a Feather

Cloud Nothings  –  Up to the Surface

Black Flag  –  In My Head

Flipper  –  Sex Bomb

 

 

 

The Hand That Holds Us Down, We Reach Out To Comeback

We believe it was the January 19, 2017 edition of the 68Comeback Special when we wished Buffy Summers the happiest of birthdays, while also acknowledging that neither she nor anyone else would or could protect us from the onrushing future, such as it’s likely to be.

Freakwater  –  One Big Union

Say Hi To Your Mom  –  These Fangs

Old Reliable  –  Must of Been the Devil

Rotary Downs  –  False Protection

Dr. Wylie  –  She’s Had a Few

French, Frith, Kaiser, Thompson  –  Haisai Oji San

Gord Downie  –  Swing Set

Cop Shoot Cop  –  Turning Inside Out

the Primrods  –  Bully Proof Vest

Entombed  –  Wreckage

Pang Attack  –  Time and Dementia

Kruder & Dorfmeister  –  High Noon

Tom Ze  –  Proposta de Amor

the Thermals  –  Here’s Your Future

Motorhead  –  America

Coffin Break  –  Kill the President

Peabo Bryson  –  Go For It

Jake Ian  –  Highway 855

Public Animal  –  It Don’t Seem Right

Latcho Drom  –  Cocoa Haley

Dyslexic Postcards  –  Now They Know

Psychic Pollution  –  The Last Door to Consciousness

Krang  –  Winds of Change

 

 

What Makes You Think You’re Special When You Comeback?

On the January 12, 2017 edition of the 68Comeback Special, we made damn sure that everybody knows that if anything goes seriously wrong, it’s not our fault, but if an inadvertent dance party breaks out, we might have had something to do with that.

Phosphorescent  –  Reasons to Quit

Friends of Dean Martinez  –  Cordova

Whitney Rose  –  3 Minute Love Affair

His Clancyness  –  Dreams Building Dreams

Skin Yard  –  Hey Bulldog

the Upsetters  –  Tight Spot

Juste Robert  –  Golden Storm

Unsane  –  Dispatched

Cawama  –  Perfectomundo

Carolyn Mark  –  You Make Everything Better

Req  –  Something

Jeen  –  All Night All Day

Out Hud  –  Dad, There’s a Little Phrase Called Too Much Information

Thelonious Monk  –  Boo Boo’s Birthday

Smoky & the Feelings  –  Chores

Shub  –  Crazy Horse

Latcho Drom  –  Cocoa Haley

Hobo Lord  –  Shake ’em Dead

Fist City  –  Hey Little Sister

Camaro 67  –  The Road

the National  –  Terrapin Station

And I’m Much More A Comeback Man Inside

We were especially happy that you could join us for the January 5, 2017 edition of the ’68Comeback Special. We take the transition from one year to the next very seriously at 68Comeback. The first show of the New Year is the one during which you lay out your path for the coming year and share it with the world, and it might have been the first time ever that we played Einstürzende Neubaten, and it raised those same complicated feelings that it always raises about the Monks.

the Handsome Family  –  Tin Foil

Einstürzende Neubaten  –  Kollaps

Monomyth  –  Palpitations

Arkey Blue  –  Living on Credit

Oh Susanna   –  Old Kate

Saxsyndrum  –  Up to You

Ben Kweller  –  How It Should Be (Sha Sha)

Built to Spill  –  Big Dipper

Gord Downie  –  Don’t Let This Touch You

Paul Newman  –  Enter the Empire of the Ants

Ladyhawk  –  S.T.H.D.

Sarah Beatty  –  Dig Before You Sow

Thomas D’Arcy & Friends  –  Love in Stereo

Black Thunder  –  Dece Welfare

Red Fang  –  The Smell of the Sound

Wilfred N and the Grown Men  –  Pluto

Sarah Beatty  –  Prehistoric Sludge

Hello Moth  –  Some Shadows

Fist City  –  Hey Little Sister

Future States  –  Wish You Well

Witchstone  –  The Sludgelands

 

 

 

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