Singer/songwriter Greg Franco (Man's Body, Rough Church, Ferdinand) has a dark secret. Even though he came up in the early-80s LA punk scene listening to bands like Dead Kennedys and Black Flag, he's also completely enamored with the music of British...
Singer/songwriter Greg Franco (Man's Body, Rough Church, Ferdinand) has a dark secret. Even though he came up in the early-80s LA punk scene listening to bands like Dead Kennedys and Black Flag, he's also completely enamored with the music of British pop band Prefab Sprout and it's founder Paddy McAloon. Join us as we discuss their 1990 release: 'Jordan: The Comeback'
Songs featured in this episode: I Don't Want To Grow Up - Descendents; Contact Sigh - Man's Body; Appetite - Prefab Sprout; Absolute Beginners - David Bowie; Don't Sing, When Love Breaks Down, Looking For Atlantis, Wild Horses - Prefab Sprout; Machine Gun - Jimi Hendrix; Machine Gun Ibiza - Prefab Sprout; I Heard Ramona Sing - Frank Black; We Let The Stars Go, Jordan: The Comeback, Moon Dog - Prefab Sprout; She Blinded Me With Science - Thomas Dolby; Jet Song - Stephen Soundheim; Take A Chance On Me - ABBA; The Ice Maiden, All The World Loves Lovers, One of the Broken, Mercy, Scarlet Nights, Doo Wop In Harlem - Prefab Sprout; Clasically Mine - Man's Body
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Been cranking out music either with live bands or records since 1983. Started on the LA punk scene, and now playing with Man's Body out of Chicago. I have only done original music. Blasphemous Yellow was my 80's band, Ferdinand in the 90's to 2003, Rough Church from 2005 and still going, but main band these days from 2015 is Man’s Body. I sing, write and play guitar, but only singing in M'b. It is still fun and artistically satisfying.