We present the second half of our retrospective on a "great little band from central Iowa"!
In this episode, we present some of the later stuff in their career, when they started embracing more of the vintage and rockabilly sound, brought on part by a new drummer and bassist.
We also include stuff from their Raygun EP and their final album. And like last time, we include some rare and unreleased material.
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Opening - Iowa Music Showcase opening by Dylan Boyle
Song 1 - "Polka Dots" by Peace, Love, and Stuff (plus Chad Taylor from his Sound Stage column in Cityview)
Extra 1 - "Jolene" by Peace, Love, and Stuff / "Jolene" by Bob Tyler and The Reckless Hearts feat Lavonne McRoberts (plus Dave Murphy from "Des Moines Is Not Boring")
Song 2 - "I, I, I" (the EP version) by Peace, Love, and Stuff (plus Chad Taylor from his Sound Stage column in Cityview)
Song 3 - "Moonshine Lover" (live) by Lavonne McRoberts and Dylan Boyle (plus Rae Fehring on Peace, Love, and Stuff from her "Once More with Fehring" column on the Band Bombshell website)
Extra 2 - "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" (live) by Peace, Love, and Stuff (plus Chad Taylor from his Cityview column, "Sound Stage")
Song 4 - "Bonnie and Clyde" by Peace, Love, and Stuff (plus Chad Taylor from his Cityview review of "Too Lonesome to Cry")
Song 5 - "Over You" by Peace, Love, and Stuff (plus Joe Lawler from a Juice magazine article)
Song 6 - "Purple Lightning" (live) by Peace, Love, and Stuff (plus Jen Allen and Nate Logsdon writing about Lavonne and Peace, Love, and Stuff)
Song 7 - "Since You've Been Gone" by Lavonne McRoberts and Dylan Boyle
Extra 3 - Peace, Love, and Stuff's one and only web update
Extra 4 - Two live shows on YouTube
Closing - Iowa Music Showcase theme by Dylan Boyle
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Next episode: Part 1 with guest producer, Craig Hlas, of Iowa Made Network!
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