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October 1, 2008

B-Sides - MUSIC & OTHER EPHEMERA - 'Dust to 'Dust

and Mat Herron

Mr. John King, undisputed lover of Louisville, is at it again. The compilation master has managed to bring together artists from Louisville to reinterpret David Bowie’s The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars.

The compilation will be available for pre-order Oct. 1 at www.louisvilleisforlovers.com, and released Dec. 1 online and at ear X-tacy (1534 Bardstown Road, 452-1799). Select tracks will be streamed on www.37flood.com.

Here ’tis:

1. “Five Years,” Phantom Family Halo

2. “Soul Love,” The Slow Break

3. “Moonage Daydream,” The

Gallery Singers

4. “Starman,” Six White Horses

5. “It Ain’t Easy,” Trophy Wives

6. “Lady Stardust,” Whistle Peak

7. “Star,” IamIs

8. “Hang On To Yourself,” Milky and the Stones from Earth

9. “Ziggy Stardust,” Black Kerouac 

10. “Suffragette City,” Wax Fang

11. “Rock ’n’ Roll Suicide,” Joe Manning

12. “All the Young Dudes,” The Crooked Old World

13. “Space Oddity,” Tamara Dearing

14. “Cracked Actor,” The Ladybirds


Past releases of the Louisville is for Lovers compilation and the Louisville Babylon series of Misfits covers are available at ear X-tacy and at www.louisvilleisforlovers.com. —Kory Johnson


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LEO Music ’Cast


Ben Purdom, whom you might know from his Wednesday night open mics at Monkey Wrench, joins us to talk about his new solo album, Meets The Morning, due out Oct. 5. Listen at leoweekly.com, or myspace.com/leoweekly.