Mal Thursday

Florida Rocks Again! #48: Gainesville: Music Everywhere

 

Mal returns to Florida for a very special episode, "Gainesville: Music Everywhere," featuring Gator Town sounds spun by guest DJs Marty Jourard.author of "Music Everywhere: The Rock n' Roll Roots of a Southern Town" and longtime keyboard and sax man with The Motels, and Florida Rocks Again! co-producer Jeff Lemlich, author of "Savage Lost: Florida Garage Bands, The '60s and Beyond." Presented in Ultrasonic Stereophonic and Living Monophonic Sound.

 

Florida Rocks Again! on the Air (Scroll Down for Podcast Archives)

 

Florida Rocks Again! every Saturday night 8-10 p.m. Eastern Time on its flagship station, Surf 97.3 in Flagler Beach, Florida, streaming at www.flaglerbeachradio.com. Also available via the TuneIn app. Hosted by Mal Thursday, written and produced by J.M. Dobies, co-produced and curated by Jeff Lemlich.

 

Florida Rocks Again! #47: In Memory of Clarence Reid

 

Mal Thursday pays tribute to the late Clarence Reid, the Miami-based soul singer-writer-producer better known as his X-rated alter ego Blowfly. Thanks to Blowfly's longtime drummer/manager Tom Bowker and Florida Rocks Again! music guru Jeff Lemlich for their picks to click from Clarence's vast catalogue. Includes bonus early Blowfly material (NSFW). Presented in Living Monophonic Sound.

 

Florida Rocks Again! #46: Even More of the Ones That Got Away

 

Mal Thursday is back with a third volume of Floridian garage, rock, and soul records previously unheard on the podcast. Produced by J.M. Dobies and Jeff Lemlich. Presented in Living Monophonic Sound.

 

Florida Rocks Again! #45: More of the Ones That Got Away

 

Mal Thursday is back with another sack full of Floridian TeenBeat, Folk-Rock, and Soul 45s heretofore unheard on the GaragePunk Pirate Radio edition of the program. Produced by J.M. Dobies and Jeff Lemlich. Presented in Stereophonic Sound.

 

Florida Rocks Again! #44: The Ones That Got Away

 

This edition of Florida Rocks Again! is made up of songs that have never been heard on the podcast version of the show. Among these tasty leftovers are some grade A, top-quality garage, soul, and rhythm & blues nuggets for your listening and dancing pleasure, from the likes of King Coleman, the Shaggs, Benny Spellman, the Birdwatchers, We The People, White Witch, and many more. Hosted by Mal Thursday. Produced by JM Dobies and Jeff Lemlich.

 

Florida Rocks Again! #43: What's in a Name?

 

Florida Rocks Again! #43

Mal Thursday returns to Florida to dig up another treasure chest full of rare nuggets by the all-time greats from the Sunshine State. This time out, the theme is "What's in a Name?" as every song on this episode has somebody's name in the title. Featuring music from the Belles, the Allman Joys, We The People, the Royal Guardsmen, Charlie Pickett, Betty Wright, and many more. Produced by J.M. Dobies and Jeff Lemlich in Living Monophonic Sound.

 

Florida Rocks Again! #42: Daytona Beach Weekend

 

Mal Thursday presents a remastered and expanded edition of "Daytona Beach Weekend, featuring "The Nightcrawlers Story" as told by Florida Rocks Again! Hall of Famer Chuck Conlon. Also featuring music from the Allman Joys, the 2/3rds, Charles Vickers, Tommy Knight, and many more. This episode is dedicated to the memory of Nightcrawlers drummer Tommy Ruger.

Produced by JM Dobies and Jeff Lemlich in Living Monophonic Sound.

 

Florida Rocks Again! #41: Jeff's Panhandle Party Platter

 

Mal Thursday is joined by Florida Rocks Again! producer and music guru Jeff Lemlich to bring you a tasty selection of garage and soul records from the Florida Panhandle scene of the '60s.

 

Florida Rocks Again! #40: Anywhere But Here

 

Mal Thursday presents another installment of Florida Rocks Again!, a deluxe, expanded and remastered edition of "Anywhere But Here," an episode wherein the all-time greats from the Sunshine State sing songs about out-of-state places. Produced by J.M. Dobies and Jeff Lemlich. Presented in Living Monophonic Sound.

 

Florida Rocks Again! #23: Night and Day

 

On this classic episode of Florida Rocks Again!, originally posted in 2007, every song has the word "Night" or "Day" in the title, or both, as in the opening number by the Razor's Edge, out of West Palm Beach. Although the episode starts with a Cole Porter song, it quickly moves into the garage with rare cuts by some of the grooviest groups to ever emerge from the swamps, beaches, and backwaters of F-L-A, as well as a couple of 45s from the legendary Paris Tower label. Hosted by Mal Thursday. Produced by J.M. Dobies and Jeff Lemlich in Living Monophonic Sound.