The Noontime Jamboree playlist for 08/16/2010

Program name: 
The Noontime Jamboree
Air date: 
08/16/2010

    Royal Garden Blues,  Ted Lewis and His Band

I Guess I’ll Get the Papers and Go Home,  Peggy Lee & Frank DeVol’s Orch

    I’ve Just Got To See You Once More,  Little Jimmy Dickens

  I’ve Got A Feelin You’re Foolin’,  Wingy Manone

  Minuet In Jazz,  Raymond Scott

  Half As Much,  Patsy Cline

       There’ll Be Some Changes Made,  Red McKenzie & His Music Box

       Miss the Mississippi and You,  Jimmie Rodgers

       The Ilse of Capri,  Wingy Manone

  Harlem Fuss,  Fats Waller and His Buddies

   The Best Man,  Peggy Lee and Frank DeVol’s Orch.

   Nobody Knows You When You’re Down and Out,  Bessie Smith

   Hawaiian Cowboy,  Roy Rodgers

   I Can’t Tell My Heart That,  Hank Wiliams

   Somebody Loves Me,  Lester Young, Nat Cole& Buddy Rich

   Hurdy Gurdy Man,  Louis Armstrong w/Jimmy Dorsey

   Tea For Two,  Bob Wills & his Texas Playboys

   How Long Has the Been Going On,  June Christy & the Kentones

   Steeling the Blues,  Leodie Jackson & his Western Swingsters

   Sweet Dreams,  Patsy Cline

   Nobody’s Sweetheart,  Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys

   Hula Blues,  Tau Moe & the Original Hawaiians

   There’s A Cradle In Caroline,  Bix Beiderbecke, Frank Trumauer and Jack Tegarden

   Oakie Boogie,  Jack Gutherie 

   After You’ve Gone,  Paul Whiteman & His Orch.

   High Society,  Clarence Williams-Clarence Williams' Washboard Band

   Girl of My Dreams,  Milton Brown & His Musical Brownies

   All Dressed Up With A Broken Heart,  Peggy Lee

   Woke Up With the Blues In My Fingers,  Lonnie Johnson

 

   The Object of My Affection,  Milton Brown & His Musical Brownies

   Boy Scout in Switzerland,  Raymond Scott


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Different Nature playlist for 08/16/2010

Categories:
Program name: 
A Different Nature
Air date: 
08/16/2010
ArtistTitleAlbumLabel
Evelyn Glennie & Fred FrithA Route of WolvesThe Sugar FactoryTzadik
Evelyn Glennie & Fred FrithIn the World to Change the WorldThe Sugar FactoryTzadik
Dr. Zomb & FriendsMarin Headlands, part 1 [12/8/86]Echo Chamberunreleased
Peter CusakFountain SculptureBaikal Ice (Spring, 2003)ReR
LustmordPyre (Necro Cristi)Paradise DisownedSoleilmoon
Fritz Hauserparts I-IIISounding StonesTherme Vals
Kuwayama & Kijima00/10/17duntitled20 City
Yashuhiro Minamizawatrack 3 (sitar in the rain)11th (final)Studio Nirvana
Stockhausen; Arditti QuartetHelikopter-quartettHelikopter-quartetAuvidis Montaigne
Leland W. SprinkleGod Be With You Till We Meet AgainThe Great Stalacpipe OrganLuray Cavern

Tonight's program is titled "Place Is the Space" and focuses on musical performances in unusual spaces.

Concept: Kathy Fors; hosts: Andy Hosch, Rolf & Dr. Zomb.

The Melting Pot playlist for 08/17/2010

Categories:
Program name: 
The Melting Pot
Air date: 
08/17/2010
ArtistTitleAlbum
CRUNK IN PUBLICVASKI VS SUBLIME - SUMMERTIME
GRAINTABLEBIRDBATH
ZION IELEVATION
JAWABA A SHIKWAYOU ARE THE LIGHT
OOH AHHTHE SEEDLING ESCAPE
DZIHAN & KAMIENFORD TRANSIT
BASSNECTARTELEPORT MASSIVE
SHAKATURAGLACTIVATION (MIMOSA MIX)
ILL GATESIRMA VEP
SPEARHEADFROM THE BASS (BASSNECTAR REMIX)
ZION IINNER LIGHT
THUNDERBALLSELECTOR
BREAK BEAT BUDDAHENDURANCE
AN-TEN-NAEDESTROY THE SYSTEM
DJ LOGICSIMMER SLOW
DJ DREZNYA SKY
ACEYALONETHE GUIDELINES
MASSIVE ATTACKBE THANKFUL
ZION IGO HARD
HALO REFUSERLUMBERING (AUDITORY SCULPTURE REMIX)
PRETTY LIGHTSTOTAL FASCINATION
AMP LIVEMAD MAN
AMPLIVEINTERVIEW
BASEMENT FREAKSSURE SHOT
THE HERBALISER FT WHAT WHATTHE BLEND
50 CENT (INST)JUST A LIL BIT (INSTRUMENTAL)
CUTTY RANKSLIMB BY LIMB (S-MAN REMIX)

     THE MELTING POT 8/17/10 Featured Artist - ZION I - Tune in tonight 8-10pm(PST) for an exclusive interview with AMP LIVE from Zion I - on Dr.J's "THE MELTING POT" 90.7fm in Portland Or, Online @www.KBOO.fm/listen

Zion I is a hip hop duo from Oakland, California. The duo consists of producer (& DJ), Amplive, and Mc Zumbi. The group is known to its followers for Amp’s futuristic production techniques, using a mix of live instrumentation and samples, and Zumbi’s positive and socially conscious lyrics. Zion I debuted in 1997 with the locally distributed cassette-only EP Enter the Woods. Their first single on Indie label Ground Control Records (“Inner Light”) paved the way for an album deal and in 2000, they released the critically acclaimed Mind Over Matter. In total, they have released six studio albums, 2000’s Mind Over Matter, 2003’s Deep Water Slang V2.0, 2005’s True & Livin’, 2006’s Break a Dawn (a Japan exclusive), also in 2006 a collaborative album with The Grouch, Heroes in the City of Dope, and 2009’s The Take Over.

Ten years after the release of their debut single, Oakland hip-hop duo Zion I return with The Takeover, a filler-free new mix of jabs, roundhouses and uppercuts that continue their streak as one of hip-hop’s most diverse groups. 

For Takeover, which features guest spots by Houston legend Devin the Dude, UK emcee Ty and Rhymesayers’ Brother Ali, producer AmpLive and emcee Zumbi incorporate the best parts of their live show—perfected through nonstop touring—and bring that vibe to the studio. 

“Zion I has a reputation of being very spiritual and serious,” notes Zumbi. “I think The Takeover is a lot more fun than our past records. We still touch on serious subject matter, but this album shows the other sides of our personality.”

Over the course of five LPs and numerous EPs and mixtapes, the group has proven to be a welcome enigma in hip-hop. Lyrically, Zumbi runs the gamut on a range of issues both serious and frivolous, discussing problems and pleasures both spiritual and worldly. Throughout, his fanbase keeps coming back for his smooth delivery and ability to raise issues without sounding didactic. Musically, Amp draws from both the usual (funk, soul) and esoteric (house, drum n bass) to create soundscapes that work as well on an electronic music mixtape as it does hip-hop. An accomplished remixer as well, Amp has remixed everyone from Linkin Park to MGMT, and most recently released Rainydayz Remixes based on Radiohead’s In Rainbows. Every production and remix, though, always brings it back to his main job in Zion I. “I started using way more effects on this album,” says Amp. “So I was able to bring in more elements that I’ve been using for some of the dance and indie rock stuff.”

Despite living a few miles from each other, technology facilitated the making of Takeover, as the duo would e-mail verses and beats back and forth, with each member continually making notes and suggestions on both parts of the song. This fully collaborative effort ensured that both Amp and Zumbi would have a say in the final product during the entire production process. “Our songs go through many different styles and iterations,” admits Amp. ““Caged Bird,” for example went from an Electro R&B joint to a drum n bass track to its current version [as a soul-inflected, string-laden beat].”

While the final work is still Zumbi and Amplive, the two are quick to point out how their writing process has changed this time out.  “We have an inner core of people who we let listen to the album in different stages and got feedback on what they liked,” says Zumbi. “On other albums, it was generally us just making whatever we wanted and then they’d just say what songs they like. Our skin is thick enough and we’re honest enough with ourselves that we can take criticism.” 

This new method of recording was essential to the finished product, but the group always has a definite idea in mind, looking at their tracks as fans as much as musicians. “We try to make music that falls into a crack and fills a void for us as fans of music,” says Zumbi. “We discuss what we want the album to feel like and then we just let the unconsciousness take over and let things go. We just allow that process to take on its own life.”

From the electro-rap homage “DJ DJ” to the spacey futuristic synths of “Antenna,” The Takeover encapsulates the diversity and versatility that have made Zion I Bay Area stalwarts for over a decade. As with any Zion I album, there’ll never be any compromise away from deep thought, but as anyone who’s seen the pair live knows, that means nothing if the crowd ain’t entertained.  

One listen to the album, and you’ll know The Takeover may be the most appropriate title of the year.

http://www.zionicrew.com/

 

Folk Espresso playlist for 08/16/2010

Categories:
Program name: 
Folk Espresso
Air date: 
08/16/2010
ArtistTitleAlbumLabel
530 AM: John MartynBless the WeatherBless the Weather (2005 reissue of 1971 LP)Island
Josh RitterPeter Killed the DragonLive at the Record Exchange (2007)V2
Natalie MerchantThe King of China's DaughterLeave Your Sleep (NEW- 2010)Nonesuch
Jorma KaukonenCracks in the FinishRiver of Time (2009)Red House Records
545 AM: The BandKing HarvestThe Band (2000 reissue of 1969 LP)Capitol
Levon HelmPoor Old Dirt FarmerDirt Farmer (2007 Grammy Award winner)Dirt Farmer Music
Levon Helm BandGrowing TradeElectric Dirt (2009 Grammy Award winner)Dirt Farmer Music
600 AM: FOR THE KING: Emmylou HarrisBoy from TupeloRed Dirt Girl (2000)Nonesuch
Dave Carter & Tracy GrammerElvis PresleyWhen I Go (1998)(Self released)
Richard ThompsonFrom Galway to GracelandWatching the Dark (1993)Hannibal/Rykodisc
615 AM: CATS (In memory of Mr. B): Loudon Wainwright IIIMe and My Friend the CatAlbum II (1999 reissue of 1971 LP)Rhino Handmade reissue of Atlantic Records LP
Echo's ChildrenI Meant to do ThatA Dancing World (2001)(Self released)
Cisco HoustonThe Cat Came BackThe Folkways Years (1994)Smithsonian Folkways
Fed MooltenCat LullabyWay We Are (2001)The Orchard
630 AM: FOLK CALENDAR BACKGROUND: Meryle KornThe Odd-Eyed CatPast Presence (1994)(self released)
635 AM: SUMMER SONGS: Cry Cry CryCold Missouri WatersCry Cry Cry (1998)Razor & Tie
Misty River BandHomegrown TomatoesWillow (2004)Misty River
Colin Meloy (with Laura Gibson)SummertimeColin Meloy Sings Sam Cooke (2008)(self released)
645 AM: Fotheringay (featuring Sandy Denny)Two Weeks Last SummerFotheringay 2 (2008- completion of LP unfinished since 1971)Fledg'ling
Richard ThompsonHamletLife and Times of Richard Thompson (2006)Free Reed
Tom LehrerThat's Mathematics (Song recorded in 1993)The Tom Lehrer Collection (NEW- 2010)Shout! Factory

Folk Espresso

Host: Jack Bohl

Contemporary and Traditional folk music to start your day and week thoughtfully and with a with a smile

Monday August 16, 2010: Levon Helm, Songs about Cats (in memory of Mr. B), a musical tribute to Elvis (1/8/1935- 8/16/1977), and summery songs

Music Without Borders playlist for 08/15/2010

Categories:
Program name: 
Music Without Borders
Air date: 
08/15/2010
ArtistTitle
Ali Baba & Groupe MotiMi Nodi Kanankobeh
Ali Baba & Groupe MotiKoten Soudou Baba
Bassekou Kouyate f/ Harouna SamakeTorin Torin
Bassekou Kouyate & Ngoni BaMusow-For Our Women
Tony AllenNina Lowo
Tony AllenSecret Agent
JagunlabiSoro
Duro/Jimmy SholankeOriki
DJ Nu-MarkDown Home
Soweto Gospel ChoirNgahlulele
DiogalSore
Djelimady TounkaraFanta Bourama
SetonaRera
Ernest RanglinKunene
Jamal PortoGamar Badawi
RashaAzara Alhai
Chris JossWithin
Quantic & NickodemusMi Swing Es Tropical(Zeb Reggae Remix)
La Troba Kung-FuCumbia Inferno(Toti & Andy Loop Fat Beat Remix)
Worldwide Groove Corporation f/Kenya Evelyn, Melinda Doolittle, Missi HaleMas Que Nada
Urban Legend f/Destani WolfEl Matador
Lord Newborn & The Magic SkullsAncient Scrolls
Carlinhos Brown & Tata MonaleAguaxire/Saleromi
DJ DoloresTrancelim De Marfim
CeuSonambulo
Carlinhos BrownWhat Is This?
DJ Cheb I SabbahRadhe Krishna

Astral Traveling playlist for 08/15/2010

Categories:
Program name: 
Astral Traveling
Air date: 
08/15/2010
ArtistTitleAlbumLabel
The HeadhuntersRimaSurvival of the FittestArista
Hampton HawsJisie BlackUniversePrestige
Miguel Atwood-FurgusonAntiquitySuite For Ma DukesMochilla
Miguel Atwood FurgersonHoc N' PuckyUnreleased Vol 1
MagnoliaUnreleased Vol 1
Herbie MannTodayTodayAtlantic
Miguel Atwood FurgersonFind A WaySuite For Ma DukesMochilla
Miguel Atwood FurgersonInterview In LA
Miguel Atwood FurgursonComputer FaceUnreleased Vol 1
Nina SimoneBacklashLive In EuropeTrip
Hadley CalimanWatercressIapetusMainstream
David Fathead NewmanFront MoneyFront MoneyWarner Brothers
Ronnie FosterDrowning In The Sea Of LoveTwo Headed FreepBlue Note
Gabor SzaboSpellbinderGabor Szabo LiveBlue Thumb
Herbie HancockFat Albert RotundaFat Albert RotundaWarner Brothers
Charles EarlandOne For ScottySoul StoryPrestige
Archie SheppThe Cry of My PeopleThe Cry of My PeopleImpulse
Build An Ark-JroccGot To Have Freedom -Jrocc Remix12"Kindered Spirits

Portland Yiddish Hour playlist for 08/15/2010

Categories:
Program name: 
Portland Jewish Hour
Air date: 
08/15/2010
ArtistTitleAlbumLabelLink
New Orleans KlezmerHeiser Tartar BulgarManichalfwitzGert Townwww.klezmers.com
Naftule BrandweinHeyser BulgarYikhesTrikontwww.klezmershack.com
KlezmocracyMiami Beach RhumbaKlezmocracyEntrance Recordswww.klezmocracy.com
Ramon TasatUna Tarda del VeranoFAU Jewish Sound Archiven/afaujsa.fau.edu
DavkaHamsinJudithShirimwww.davkamusic.com
Jo AmarLayl KaitzFAU Jewish Sound Archiven/afaujsa.fau.edu
Idan Raichel ProjectBrong FayaThe Idan Raichel ProjectHeliconwww.idanraichelproject.com
Bustan AbrahamHamsinLive ConcertsNada Musicwww.youtube.com
Scott GerberBin Ich Mir a SchnayderylSongs of A Jewish Cowboyn/awww.bonnieburt.com
Scott GerberDad's SongSongs of a Jewish Cowboyn/awww.bonnieburt.com
Ofra HazaSof Hakaitzn/an/awww.youtube.com
Klezmer Conservatory Band w/Itzhak PerlmanDer Heyser BulgarIn the Fiddler's HouseEMI Angelwww.klezmershack.com

Hosted by Liz Schwartz. An hour of songs about heat, summer and fire to celebrate our 90+ degree weather.

Sounds Unsound playlist for 08/15/2010

Categories:
Program name: 
Sounds Unsound
Air date: 
08/15/2010
ArtistTitleAlbumLabel
3 Leg TorsoBus Stop to OblivionAnimals & CannibalsMeester
Chervonatr 3Best Hits: 1st 3 Yearss/r
Carol KimYour Hair ClipSaigon Rock & SoulSublime Frequencies
Danny & the Parkins SistersGirls Rules/tChapter 1
Jackie Shark & the Beach Butchers2nd Generation Rising7"Artifix
Mother of FireTendrilled Masss/tDe Stijl
Endless BoogiePack your bagsFull House HeadNo Quarter
The HykkersDeijo DeijoThe World Ends: Afro Rock & Psychedelia in the 70sSoundway
Land of Kush's Egyptian Light OrchestraThe 1st & the LastMonogamyConstellation
Sabbath AssemblyJudge of MankindRestored to OneAjna Offensive
YuganautFade to FrenzySharksEngine
Phil Cohran & the Artistic Heritage EnsembleThe WarningArmageddonKatalyst
Parasites of the Western WorldAccessoriess/tDe Stijl
Sylvester Anfang IIThe Devil Always Shits in the Same Graves part 1s/tAurora Borealis
Gnod/White HillsThe Secret Society of AntsGnod Drops Out with White Hills IIRocket
Master Musicians of BukkakeCoincidentia OpposatorumTotem TwoImportant
School of Seven BellsDust DevilDisconnect from DesireVagrant
LA Vampires/Zola JesusBone is Blood StoneLA Vampires Meets Zola JesusNot Not Fun
Topaz RagsCrown Center7"Not Not Fun
Hannis BrownGlissoh ah ee`
Nurse With WoundCruisin' for a bruisin'Huffin' Rag bluesDirter
Radio PeopleSplit Personalitys/tDigitalis
Max RichterInfra 3InfraFat Cat
The North SeaRevelationBloodlinesType
Tzvi AvniVocaliseAnthology of Noise & Electronic Music Vol 6Sub Rosa
Brain SoundElu-aai-diaAn Attempt to record CoincidenceNero's Neptune
Palestine/Coulter/MathoulJamiaca Heinekens in Brooklyn revistited # 1MaximinYoung God
Can/PhewI'm your dollOuttakes Vol 3
Tetrault/Lussier/CoteLa Nova de BossaDes pas et des moisAmbiances Magnetiques
Wet TaxisCerebral DamageTaxidermy
Tiyiselani VomaseveVanghomaShangaan Elecro: New Wave Dance Music From South AfricaHonest Jons

Higher Reasoning Reggae Time playlist for 08/15/2010

Air date: 
08/15/2010
ArtistTitleAlbumLabel
ToussaintThis SongBlack GoldI Grade Records-Zion I Kings
ConfuciusTransmission From The Deep SouthNew Zealand In DubEcho Beach
Tuff LionProgram, station I.D.I Grade Records-Zion I Kings
ToussaintChangingBlack GoldI Grade Records-Zion I Kings
ToussaintLook UpBlack GoldI Grade Records-Zion I Kings
ToussaintHello My BeautifulBlack GoldI Grade Records-Zion I Kings
NiyoRah ft-Sugar MinottWorld JungleFeel Your PresenceDenkenesh Records
NiyoRahNo One Go Round The TrackFeel Your PresenceDenkenesh Records
NiyoRahThe Day The Dollar DiedFeel Your PresenceDenkenesh Records
NiyoRahClowns Around UsA Different AgeI Grade Records
Queen MakedahFreedomSpiritual HealingOriyah Music
Queen MakedahHappy Is HeSpiritual HealingOriyah Music
Queen MakedahBabylon FoodSpiritual HealingOriyah Music
Queen MakedahBless AfricaBless Africa EPOriyah Music
Killa SistaMaharaskaFrom Far EastFar East Japan
Dup!Dup!stonedSession In Something Like Studio
Mixed CultureJahPensando ReggaeMixed Culture
Mixed CulturePolice BrutalityPensando ReggaeMixed Culture
Mixed CultureLove Sweet LovePensando ReggaeMixed Culture
Chezidek ft-U RoyTeach DemRebellion 2010 RiddimMaximum Sound
Gappy RanksHeavy LoadRebellion 2010 RiddimMaximum Sound
Luciano ft-Mikey GeneralHosannaRebellion 2010 RiddimMaximum Sound
KonshensNo More TearsRebellion 2010 RiddimMaximum Sound
Tarrus RileyPoverty Nuh Inna FashionRebellion 2010 RiddimMaximum Sound
Inner VisionsAre You ReadyStay AliveBlue Bitch Records
Inner VisionsMama AfrikaStay AliveBlue Bitch Records
Inner VisionsSolitudeStay AliveBlue Bitch Records
CelestinaFight For RevolutionTener O No RazonCelestina
ClestinaSolo ContigaTener O No RazonCelestina
Suburband ReggaeAbaba John IBajo la LluviaSuburband Reggae
Suburband ReggaeBajo la LluviaBajo la LluviaSuburband Reggae
Jre GongProgram, station I.D.
TurbulenceSaviourThe JourneySajay Records
TurbulenceTeachingsThe JourneySajay Records
TurbulenceJust A DrawThe JourneySajay Records
Cookie The Herbalist ft-Jah MasonHerbalists TaleLike A TreeGideon Productions
Jah MasonThe YouthsKeep Ya Head UpVP-Rastar Records
CornadoorLong RoadWithout RestricionsSoundQuake
CornadoorTen A DemWithout RestricionsSoundQuake

An Evening of Afrotainment playlist for 08/14/2010

Program name: 
An Evening of Afrotainment
Air date: 
08/14/2010
ArtistTitleAlbumLabel
Donald ByrdFlight Time
BlackbyrdsCity Life
BT ExpressDo You Like ItDo It Til/ FunctionEdsel
Hamilton BohannonBohannon's Beat Part 1Bohannon
Southern GulErykah BaduMotown
SohoRadio Soul GrooveThugAtco
SantogoldCreatorSantogold
SantogoldMy Drive-thru
Gnarls BarkleyGone Daddy GoneSt. ElsewhereDowntown Recordings
A Guy Called GeraldStellaAutomanikkColumbia
Janelle MonaeSuite II OvertureArchandroidBad Boy Records
Janelle Monae/ feat Saul WilliamsDance or DieArchandroidBad Boy Records
Roni Size feat. BahamadiaNew FormsNew FormsMemory Records
Mr DJWaistline ShotzD' Soca ZoneVP Music Group
Patra feat. Lyn ColllinsThink (About It)PatraSony
Grace JonesMy Jamaican GuyPrivate Life: The Compass Point Sessions
Sharon Jones & the Dap-KingsThe Game Gets OldI Learned the Hard Way
Billy PrestonGoldfingerDrown In My Own TearsPazzazz
Roy AyersEverybody Loves the SunshineThe Best of Roy AyersPolydor
Roy AyersWe Live in Brooklyn, BabyThe Best of Roy AyersPolydor
CoolboneUse MeBrass-hopHollywood
ParletThe Pleasure PrincipleThe Best of Parlet
SpacekInside
FloetrySay YesFloeticSKG
Jill ScottThe Fact Is (I Need You)Jill Scott Live In ParisHidden Beach
Marvin GayeI Want YouAfter the Dance
Carolina Chocolate DropsPeace Behind the BridgeGeniune Negro Jig
Lil Axe feat Shara NelsonSay My NameChampagne & GritsRealWorld
King Britt feat Sis G MorganLive Like JesusKing Britt features Sis G MorganRopeADope
NnekaHeartbeatConcrete Jungle
Janelle Monae feat Saul WilliamsDance or DieArchAndroidBad Boy Recordings
Janelle MonaeFasterArchAndroidBad Boy Records

Jazz Rap 2 playlist for 08/14/2010

Categories:
Air date: 
08/14/2010
ArtistTitleAlbum
Marvin Gayestar spangled bannerNBA 50
Jazz Crusaderssame ole feelingpower of our music
Kirk Whalumever need megospel according to jazz II
lonnie liston smithvisions of new worldlive
steve colemandrop kickcurves of life
geri allenfour by fiveLive
grover washington jr.let it flowLive
Pleasureselimjoyous
cannonball adderlypiscessoul zodiac
erakah baduapple treelive
philippe saisseokayready to go
Incognitowhat to dotransatlantic r p m
leon warea whisper awaymoon ride
ravi coltraneepistrophyBlending Times
The crusaderscreepinlive in japan
ramsey lewisin crowdgreatest hits
onaje allan gumbsleft side of rightreturn to form
The crusaderseleanor rigbyScratch
geri allenlwb's houseLive

Radio Lost and Found playlist for 08/13/2010

Program name: 
Radio Lost and Found
Air date: 
08/13/2010

Blame it on the heat.
A somewhat rude and snarly show: After some lovely little interludes with Portland’s Billygoat and Australian tweaktronica artists Qua, the show takes a number of weird left turns into seamy neighborhoods. We visit P*rn for the Blind, a segment I’ve been doing on my other program, Kill Ugly Radio. We then ignore Jack Klugman and get totally into Punk Rock for the remainder of the show. I played some of my favorite punk tracks from the earlier days, as well as a few notable later tracks. I finally got around to playing the odd little 7″ that I found crammed in my copy of the Dicks/Big Boys split Live at Raul’s – a not-so-great record by an Austin contemporary of those two aforementioned bands by the name of The Vendettas. Some more United Mutation, because I love them, and some punk from Germany and Italy.

Playlist:
Leonard Pennario – March of the Lunatics – The Two Pianos of Leonard Pennario
John C. Lilly – Cogitate loops – E.C.C.O
Billygoat – Discouri I, II, III – Billygoat
Qua – Painting Monsters – Painting Monsters on Clouds
Qua – On Clouds – Painting Monsters on Clouds
Qua – Luckyduster – Painting Monsters on Clouds
Qua – Devil Eyes – Painting Monsters on Clouds
Morgan Fisher – Band 1 – Miniatures
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Free Design – Kites Are Fun – RIP Chris Dedrick
Hakim Bey – Boycott Cop Culture – TAZ
Steev Hise – How to Use Borrowed Ideas – Original
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Unknown Submitter – ‘Hot, sexy blonde gets boned’ – Porn for the Blind dot ORG
Unknown Submitter – ‘Milf Soup’ – Porn for the Blind dot ORG
Unknown Submitter – ‘Hot for Teacher’ – Porn for the Blind dot ORG
Music under PFTB:
Klaus Wunderlich – 24 Melodien, Die Man Nie Vergisst
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Quincy – Next Stop, Nowhere – NBC TV (YouTube Link)
SNFU – Real Men Don’t Watch Quincy – Real Men Don’t Watch Quincy 7″
Sic Fucks – Rock or Die/Chop Up Your Mother – Alone in the Dark OST
VOM – Electrocute Your Cock – Live at Surf City 7″
VOM – Too Animalistic – Live at Surf City 7″
VOM – Punkmobile – Live at Surf City 7″
Weirdos – Destroy All Music – Destroy All Music 7″
Weirdos – Life of Crime – Destroy All Music 7″
Weirdos – Why Do You Exist? – Destroy All Music 7″
The Dicks – Fake Bands – Live at Raul’s
The Dicks – Dicks Hate Police – Live at Raul’s
The Dicks – Dead in a Hotel Room – Live at Raul’s
The Dicks – Wheelchair Epidemic – Live at Raul’s
The Vendettas – Atheists Rock – Vendettas 7″
The Big Boys – Detectives – Live at Raul’s
The Big Boys – Out of Focus – Live at Raul’s
Saccharine Trust – Remnants – Surviving You, Always
Tar Babies – New Poor/Confusion – Face the Music
United Mutation – Fugitive Family – Fugitive Family 7″
United Mutation – Plain Truth – Fugitive Family 7″
United Mutation – Final Solution – Fugitive Family 7″
United Mutation – Passout – Fugitive Family 7″
United Mutation – Lice And Flies – Fugitive Family 7″
Negazione – Un Amaro Sorriso – Lo Spirito Continua
Blut und Eisen – Sehnsucht – Schrei Doch
Blut und Eisen – Wum, Bis An Die Zahne Bewaffnet – Schrei Doch
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Yat Kha – Solun Chaagai Sovet Churtum – Yenisei Punk
Morgan Fisher – Band 10 – Miniatures

 

Grateful Dead & Friends playlist for 08/14/2010

Program name: 
Grateful Dead & Friends
Air date: 
08/14/2010

1.Grateful Dead - Scarlet Begonias>Touch of Grey>Fire on the Mountain - 7.13.1984 - Greek Theater - Berkeley, CA

2.Grateful Dead - Why Don't We Do It In the Road>China Cat>I Know You Rider - 7.15.1984 - Greek Theater - Berkeley, CA

3. Grateful Dead - Dark Star - 7.13.1984 - Greek Theater - Berkeley, CA

4. Phish - Cities>Moma Dance - 8.6.2010 - Greek Theater - Berkeley, CA

5. Phish - Simple - 8.6.2010 - Greek Theater - Berkeley, CA

6. Grateful Dead - Little Red Rooster w/Matt Kelly - 7.14.84 - Greek Theater - Berkeley, CA

 

Grateful Dead & Friends playlist for 08/14/2010

Categories:
Program name: 
Grateful Dead & Friends
Air date: 
08/14/2010
ArtistTitleAlbumLabel
GD7-30-70The MatrixCandyman
JGB9-1-72Keystone KornerOne Kind Favor
GD6-10-73RFK StadiumThat's alright Mama
JGB9-1-72Keystone KornerThe weight
GD8-6-71Hollywood PalladiumTruckin>
GD8-6-71HollywoodThe Other One>
GD8-6-71HollywoodMe and my Uncle>
GD8-6-71HollywoodThe Other One
JGB5-20-71Keystone KornerJam!!

  The 5-20-71 jam is truly a unique piece of music.  this can be found on the "best of" spring 2010 cd's..

 

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