Vinyl Archives: Week of June 24th

Featuring Aretha Franklin, New Order, Jane's Addiction, and more!

Join us on a journey through the gigantic vinyl archive each weekday on-air at 9:45 a.m. & 3:45 p.m. If you miss an episode, you can catch them on Facebook and Twitter at 9 p.m. each weeknight, or on Indie88.com.

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Jane’s Addiction – “Been Caught Stealing”

Jane’s Addiction’s Perry Farrell recently was a guest on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon, where he took part in an interview and offered up a live performance. The clip saw Perry performing his latest single, “Pirate Punk Politician,” off of his latest record, Kind Heaven.
 

Aretha Franklin – “Respect”

Unfortunately, Aretha Franklin was among the growing list of artists whose masters were lost in the Universal fire. A new article published in The New York Times revealed an even longer list of hundreds of artists whose tapes were lost in the flames, including Joni Mitchell, Louis Armstrong, and more.
 

New Order – “True Faith”

A few days ago, New Order announced their first-ever U.S. residency, which will be a four-night run at the Fillmore’s Miami Beach in January 2020. The performances will take place at the Jackie Gleason Theater with DJ Baker on January 14th, 15th, 17th, and 18th, serving as the new wave band’s first announced shows for 2020.
 

Primal Scream – “Movin On Up”

Earlier this month, Primal Scream announced a huge winter 2019 UK and Ireland tour, which runs from November 19th to December 17th. The tour comes in support of their recently released singles compilation, Maximum Rock ‘N’ Roll. Additionally, band member Bobby Gillespie recently teased a new album when chatting with Long Live Vinyl, where he explained, “I can’t say how it sounds, but we’re very, very excited by the music. We’ve mixed this new album ourselves, and it took forever.”
 

David Bowie – “Suffragette City”

David Bowie’s “Suffragette City” was featured on The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars album, which was released in 1972. The track, which was recorded on February 4th, 1972, came out around the end of the Ziggy Stardust sessions, and has been a pop culture staple ever since.