Wednesday, November 15, 2023

In the Face

Another smashing episode of The Mal Thursday Show, with the Word of the Week being "Face." In the second hour of the show, its a musical Identikit with Mal spinning songs about Eyes, Mouths, and other facial features. Featuring a double shot of King Khan and The Shrines and a wild trip in Mal Thursday's Texas Tyme Machine. Dig it! Presented in Living Monophonic and Ultrasonic Stereophonic Sound. Originally broadcast 30 May 2019.

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 Playlist:
T.C. Atlantic: Faces
The Plague: The Face of Time
The Crawdaddys: Pretty Face
The Kinks: Funny Face
The Byrds: Have Your Seen Her Face
McLemore Avenue: About Face
The Concepts: Faces Come, Feelings Go
Tucker Zimmerman: A Face That Hasn't Sold Out
The Honeycombs: Just a Face in the Crowd
The Hollies: Tell Me to My Face
King Khan & His Shrines: 69 Faces of Love
Nelson Riddle: Your Zowie Face
Oscar Perry: Face Reality
Bobby Fuller: Angel Face
The Zakary Thaks: Face to Face
Sir Douglas Quintet: Stoned Faces Don't Lie
The Undisputed Truth: Smiling Faces Sometimes
Iggy & The Stooges: Your Pretty Face Is Going to Hell
Les Fleur De Lys: Mud in Your Eye
The Sound Explosion: In Your Eyes
Spirit: Girl in Your Eye
Tiger Bomb: Blue Eyes
Neil Christian & The Crusaders: Green Eyes (I Like It)
The Romantics: When I Look in Your Eyes
The Vice Barons: Five Eyes on You
The Count Five: Pretty Big Mouth
The Sidewalk Sounds: Mouth
The Pretty Things: Mama, Keep Your Big Mouth Shut
The Dee Jays: Dimples
The Sherlocks: The Skin of My Teeth
Dave Berry: Don't Give Me No Lip
Gene Pitney: Just One Smile
Jimmy McGriff: When You're Smiling
King Khan & The Shrines: Bite My Tongue
Ty Segall: Tongue
The Yeah Yeah Yeahs: Black Tongue
Jack White: Trash Tongue Talker
The Downliners Sect: May the Bird of Paradise Fly Up Your Nose
Sammy Davis Jr.: Look at That Face

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