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It’s safe to say that few actors seem to such affinity for their character as Robert Downey Dr. does for the man inside the iron suit of armor, Tony Stark. It’s become almost difficult in these past few years to separate Downey the comeback kid from his “life and soul of the party” onscreen alter ego. You can tell Downey gets a huge kick out of everything Stark represents, good and bad. And in Iron Man 2, Downey gets to dig deeper than before and expose Stark’s flaws and failings when the billionaire industrial faces his own mortality. The very energy that keeps his bum ticker going is also killing him. Worse, Iron Man’s vulnerability is exposed by the vengeful Ivan Vanko, a.k.a. Whiplash, a Russian physicist played with brooding menace by a Wrestler-sized Mickey Rourke. This audio clip marks their first conversation after Vanko, employing Iron Man-like technology and electric whips, attacks Stark during the Monaco Grand Prix. A depressed Stark soon spirals out of continue, forcing good buddy Lt. Col. Jim Rhodes to steal one of a Iron Man suit—and to later become the gun-toting, cannon-blasting War Machine—and Gwyneth Platrow’s Pepper Pots to resign as Stark Industries newly installed chairman and CEO. Then there’s the small matter of Stark Rival Justin Hammer, played by Sam Rockwell, faking Venko’s death so they can together build an army of drones to challenge Iron Man’s supremacy. Given Stark’s fragile state of mind, it takes Iron Man 2 about 30 minutes to hear up. Director Jon Favreau would have been better served opening with a big bang, perhaps showing Iron Man’s success in privatizing world peace rather than rely on newspaper clippings chronicling his heroic feats. Instead, we must sit through senate hearings and business meetings before Favreau gets things really going with Iron Man’s Monaco clash with Vanko. From this point on, Iron Man 2 doesn’t let up. The action is bigger than louder than it was in Iron Man, and it all ends with a marvelously staged showdown at the Stark Expo. The one disappointment: Vanko’s a little easier to take down than we would he would be. Yes, Stark is somewhat wrong when he glibly declares, “Please, it’s not about me.” For the most part, it is. But Downey gets some invaluable assistance from his new sidekicks. Don Cheadle doesn’t waste any time letting audiences know he’s replace Terrence Howard as Rhodes. He also wears the War Machine suit like it’s a second skin. Scarlett Johansson has less to do—her job mainly is to exploit the sexual tension between her secretary and Stark before she slips into a bra-busting leather catsuit and reveals herself to the butt-kicking Black Widow. And there are times when Iron Man 2 feels like a sequel than a movie-length trailer for 2011’s Captain America and Thor, which in turn are to lead into 2012’s The Avengers. There’s a nice joke made at the expense of Captain America, and a post-end credits scene paves the way for Thor. And, of course, the role of Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury, agent of S.H.E.I.L.D, is to assemble the superhero team that is the Avengers. Then there’s Rourke, who is Downey’s equal when it locking horns, physically and psychologically. And Rockwell gets a great job of making Justin Hammer a poor man’s version of Tony Stark. While Iron Man 2 isn’t as fun, fast or furious as its predecessor, it’s still a worthy sequel, just not one that can be spoken in the same breath as The Dark Knight or Spider-Man 2.
This is the unedited version of the review that aired May 10, 2010.
Did I suddenly feel my age when I sat through the unnecessary and inferior remake of A Nightmare on Elm Street. I remember sitting through Wes Craven’s first Nightmare when it opened in London in 1985. What struck me the most about this eerie introduction to Freddy Krueger was how Craven managed to keep everyone in the packed movie theater on the edge of their seats. That was because Craven offered us an original and inventive alternative to the endless parade of slasher flicks that we had suffered through since John Carpenter’s Halloween. More important, Freddy wasn’t some anonymous serial killer who hid his burnt-to-a-crisp ugly mug behind a mask. He was a terrifying boogeyman who blurred the line between reality and our nightmares, and thanks to Robert Englund Jr., was devastatingly hilarious when it came to his tension-relieving puns. Which brings me to this new Nightmare, which is brought to us from Platinum Dunes, the studio that’s already given us lackluster 21st-century redos of the Austin-filmed A Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The Amityville Horror, The Hitcher and last year’s Friday the 13th. Sadly, this Nightmare never came close to exceeding my admittedly low expectations. I never once shivered during this Nightmare like I did when I first laid eyes on Freddy. There are two reasons for this: 1) Aside from the flashbacks that reveal more about why the parents of Springwood, Ohio, decided to murder Freddy, depicted in this Nightmare as a child molester rather than a child murderer, this remake contributes nothing new to the Kruger legacy; and 2) This ensures the remake feels too familiar for its own, and it undermines everything director Samuel Bayer tries to do to make Freddy relevant again, from the way he pursues his now-teenage victims in their nightmares to the blood-soaked murders that Bayer clumsily and boringly re-stages from the original. That said, as the new Freddy, Watchmen’s Jackie Earle Haley fits nicely into the dream stalker’s red-and-black sweater and is mighty comfortable slashing away with his trademark razor-fingered glove. OK, Haley doesn’t have Englund’s easy way with a quip, after too many sequels that saw Freddy devolve into a caricature, Haley manages to turn Freddy back into a scary and monstrous supernatural force of evil that you instantly fear. Is this enough to warrant bringing Freddy back from the dead? Not really. But it gives you some hope that the inevitable sequel—and surely there will be one, given the remake’s $32.9 million opening—will allow Haley an opportunity to scare us in ways that we have not since Freddy first intruded our nightmares.
This is the unedited version of the review that originally aired May 3, 2010.
It would be nice to say that director Roger Kumble’s intentions with this unfunny and oh-so heavy-handed family film would be to educate kids about the damage caused to the environment by the reckless development of forest land. Unfortunately, Furry Vengeance seems more concerned with inflicting as much pain as to Brendan Fraser’s real estate developer than even Jack Bauer could endure. The cause of Fraser’s suffering? The animals that his supposedly “green” company wants to drive out from a preserve so it can build more homes in a luxury development. No one believes Fraser’s come under attack from these woodland creatures, especially his incredulous wife, played by Brooke Shields. Admittedly, I’m not the target audience for Furry Vengeance. My 6-year-old son is. Bearing this in mind, I know it’s virtually impossible to deliver a subtle message about the need to respect Mother Nature when you’re going for the Free Willy and Hotel for Dogs set. But that only seems to give Furry Vengeance to a license to maim and destroy in the name of political correctness. Almost every encounter between Fraser and the animals, led by a wily and vicious freedom fighter of a squirrel that possesses the mind of a terrorist, results in the Mummy star’s nether regions being harmed in some form or another. I’m really not sure what this is supposed to teach kids, other than an appreciation of the lowest form of physical humor. Not that Kumble has a Home Alone-like mastery of set pieces that are driven by cause and effect. Everything is executed in sloppy and obvious fashion. You have to hand it to Fraser, though. He seems to enjoy being a human punch-bag. And while it’s evident that Fraser is playing his hapless family man as a live-action cartoon character, he dreadfully mugs and squirms his way through every scene that you wonder whether he’s been hit in the head one too many times by his foes. He’s so bad that he should start working on his Razzie acceptance speech right now. I’m sure Furry Vengeance will also get a Razzie nod for Worst Picture of 2010. Yes, it made my 6-year-old son howl with laughter, but Furry Vengeance fails miserably to provide a crystal-clear retort to a question posed by Fraser’s son: “How is ripping out the forest good for the environment?”
This is the unedited version of the review that originally aired May 3, 2010.
Blogs: Imaginary Landscapes
2010/5/18 19:21 by Rick - 2 Views - 0 Comments

Otto Ketting . . . Time Machine (1972) . . . Otto Ketting . . . Composers' Voice
Ralph Shapey . . . Evocation II (1979) . . . Songs of Life . . . Arabesque
Simon Bainbridge . . . Concertante in moto perpetuo (1983) . . . Simon Bainbridge . . . Continuum
Laszlo Dubrovay . . . Concerto No. 2 . . . Laszlo Dubrovay . . . Hungaroton
Blogs: The Kitchen Mix
2010/5/18 15:59 by Eva - 4 Views - 0 Comments
The Kitchen Mix II
Date: May 13, 2010

Track 1
Title: Travelling On (Beber's Two Part Remix)
Artist: Beber & Tamra
Source: Muzik Awards 2001 Vol.2 - The Future
Label: Muzik Magazine

Track 2
Title: Travelling
Artist: 宇多田ヒカル Utada Hikaru
Source: Deep River
Label: EMI Music Japan

Track 3
Title: Take Me Away (Into the Night) [Vocal Radio Edit]
Artist: 4 Strings
Source: Ministry of Sound: Fifteen Years Birthday Album (Disc 1) – Past
Label: Ultra Records

Track 4
Title: Skyline - Original Mix
Artist: Camo & Krooked
Source: Edge Of Mind EP
Label: Beta Recordings

Track 5
Title: Aurora (Club Mix)
Artist: Riley & Durrant
Source: Trance Sessions Winter 2008
Label: Media Records/ New State Records

Track 6
Title: Surface to Air
Artist: The Chemical Brothers
Source: Push the Button
Label: Virgin Records

"Tema za sargiju" (1975) - S vremena na vreme - S vremena na vreme (Serbia)
"Supermarket" (1971) - Lucio Battisti - Amore e Non Amore (Italy)
"Accufuse" (1984) - Preston Reed - Playing By Ear (USA)
"Sifon" (1972) - Ia-Batiste - Un Gran Dia (Spain)
"Sheik of Araby" (1976) - Michael Aumen - Kicking Mule's Flatpicking Festival (USA)
"Poor Man's Smile" (1971) - Thomas F. Browne - Wednesday's Child (UK)
"Malachy's" (1975) - Terre and Maggie Roche - Seductive Reasoning (USA)
"Shukadance" (1995) - Jablkon - Machalaj (Czech Republic)
"Unavailable" (2007) - Papercuts - Uncut: Love Above All (USA)
"Thumpy" (1999) - Gordon Bok - A Rogue's Gallery of Songs for 12-String (Australia)
"Sofrimento" (1998) - Waldemar Bastos - Pretaluz (Portugal)
"Medves" (1979) - Muzsikas - Ketto: Hungarian Folk Music (Hungary)
"Flowers" (1970) - The Sun Also Rises - The Sun Also Rises (UK)
"Round Worm Reel" (1975) - Peter Lang - Lycurgus (USA)
"Jack O' Diamonds" (1965) - Terry Callier - The New Folk Sound of Terry Callier (2003 CD reissue) (USA)
"Big Nancy" (1972) - Hole in the Wall - Hole in the Wall (Norway)
"Oh to Hold You in My Arms" (1974) - Julie Felix - Lightning (USA)
EVERY TUESDAY 9AM-11AM.

LIVE IN STUDIO PERFORMANCE WITH INTERVIEW BY SINGER-SONGWRITER ELIZABETH McQUEEN AND FRIENDS-ELIZABETH-ACOUSTIC GUITAR-LEAD VOCALS, DAVE SANGER-SNARE DRUM-BRUSHES-VOCALS, ANDREW NAFZINGER-LEAD ELECTRIC COLLINS GUITAR, LINSAY GREENE-VOCALS-ELECTRIC AND UPRIGHT BASS AND LISEL BLOSSOM SANGER McQUEEN-VOCALS AND ASSISTING DAD ON SNARE!

SOON TO BE RELEASED ELIZABETH SOLO CD AND NEW RESIDENCY GIG EVERY WEDNESDAY CONTINENTAL CLUB 6:30-9PM.

BIRTHDAY HONOREES AND REMEMBERANCES GEORGE STRAIT BORN 5/18/1952 POTEET, TEXAS-HOWARD KALISH BORN 5-22-1954 BROKKLYN, NY, CASPER RAWLS 5-20-1955 ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO AND RED GARLAND 5-13-1923 DALLAS, TEXAS. R.I.P. RANDY GARIBAY 5-23-2002.

THANKS TO GARY HARTMAN DIRECTOR FOR THE CENTER OF TEXAS MUSIC HISTORY AND NPR AFFILIATE KUT FOR THIS WEEK IN TEXAS MUSIC HISTORY SEGMENT ON GEORGE STRAIT.

ARTIST / SONG / ALBUM

UNDER SIGN ON
1.) HOWARD KALISH / WHAT THE HEY / HOWARD KALISH WHAT THE HEY 2003 BEHEMOTH RECORDS CD

THEME SONG
2.) RAY BENSON / UNDER THE X IN TEXAS / JOHNNY GIMBLE CELEBRATING WITH FRIENDS 2010 CMH RECORDS CD w/ DAVE SANGER.

THANKS TO MARK RUBIN FOR THESE DON WALSER RECORDINGS!
3.) THE TEXAS PLAINSMEN / INTRO-THEME SONG / THE TEXAS PLAINSMEN w/ YODELIN' DONNIE WALSER 1964 LIVE RADIO TRANSCRIPTIONS 1999 WALSER ARCHIVE RECORDINGS CD
2.) THE TEXAS PLAINSMEN / ROCKY RHODES STOMP / THE TEXAS PLAINSMEN w/ YODELIN' DONNIE WALSER 1964 LIVE RADIO TRANSCRIPTIONS 1999 WALSER ARCHIVE RECORDINGS CD
3.) THE TEXAS PLAINSMEN / RAINBOW ON THE RIO COLORADO / THE TEXAS PLAINSMEN w/ YODELIN' DONNIE WALSER 1964 LIVE RADIO TRANSCRIPTIONS 1999 WALSER ARCHIVE RECORDINGS CD
4.) DON WALSER / INTRO TALK with ROCK A BILLY RAGE / DON WALSER ME AND MY OLD GUITAR 2010 DEMO EP WALSER ARCHIVE RECORDINGS CD.

THANKS TO LILLIES OHLSSON FOR TEXAS JIM LEWIS RADIO TRANSCRIPTIONS / WITH JIM'S HOOTENANNY SELF MADE INSTRUMENT!
5.) TEXAS JIM LEWIS / MISS McCLOUD'S REEL / TEXAS JIM LEWIS LIVE RADIO TRANSCRIPTIONS CIRCA 1940's SELF CD
6.) TEXAS JIM LEWIS / TIMBER TRAIL / TEXAS JIM LEWIS LIVE RADIO TRANSCRIPTIONS CIRCA 1940's SELF CD
7.) TEXAS JIM LEWIS / RAGTIME ACCORDION BLUES / TEXAS JIM LEWIS LIVE RADIO TRANSCRIPTIONS CIRCA 1940's SELF CD w/ PEDRO DePAUL..

ELIZABETH McQUEEN LIVE IN STUDIO
8.) ELIZABETH McQUEEN BAND / YOU'RE TO BLAME / LIVE IN STUDIO
9.) ELIZABETH McQUEEN BAND / THE LAZIEST GIRL IN TOWN / LIVE IN STUDIO
UNDERWRITING ANNOUNCEMENTS
10.) ELIZABETH McQUEEN BAND / DIRTY LITTLE SECRET / LIVE IN STUDIO
11.) ELIZABETH McQUEEN BAND / JUST LET GO / LIVE IN STUDIO
12.) ELIZABETH McQUEEN BAND / MY ADOBE HACIENDA / LIVE IN STUDIO

13.) WILLIE NELSON AND ELIZABETH McQUEEN / I'M SITTIN' ON TOP OF THE WORLD / WILLIE AND THE WHEEL WILLIE NELSON AND ASLEEP AT THE WHEEL 2009 BISMEAUX RECORDS CD

14.) DR GARY HARTMAN / GEORGE STRAIT / THIS WEEK IN TEXAS MUSIC HISTORY MP3 SEGMENT
15.) THE ACE IN THE HOLE BAND featuring GEORGE STRAIT / LONESOME RODEO COWBOY / 1977 THE BEST OF TRAVELIN' TEXAS 2006 ICEHOUSE MUSIC CD

16.) HOWARD KALISH / I WANNA BE A CAJUN / HOWARD KALISH WHAT THE HEY 2003 BEHEMOTH RECORDS CD
17.) CASPER RAWLS / BLUE RIVER / TONI PRICE BORN TO BE BLUE 2003 ANTONE'S RECORDS CD
18.) TONI PRICE / GET THE HELL OUT OF DODGE / TONI PRICE BORN TO BE BLUE 2003 ANTONE'S RECORDS CD w/ CASPER RAWLS

COMMUNITY CALENDAR
19.) RED GARLAND / PLEASE SEND ME SOMEONE TO LOVE / RED GARLAND 1957 RED GARLAND'S PIANO 2006 PRESTIGE RECORDS CD

20.) TOM X / (I HEARD IT THROUGH) THE RESTROOM WALL / TOMMY HANCOCK featuring TOM X LIVE LONESTAR STUDIOS 1982 AKASHIC RECORDS VINYL 45RPM RECORD

21.) RANDY GARIBAY / I'D GIVE ANYTHING I COULD TO BE IN TEXAS / RANDY GARIBAY AND CATS DON'T SLEEP CHICANO BLUES MAN 1996 ANGELITA MIA RECORDS CD w/ EDDIE LALO TORRES-ACCORDION
22.) BOBBY REY / SAN ANTONIO ROSE INTRO / BOBBY REY HARLEM AFTER HOURS LIVE DOUBLE ACE RECORDS CD
23.) DOUG SAHM / LA GACAHUATA (THE PEANUT) / DOUG SAHM GROOVER'S PARADISE 1974 WARNER BROTHERS RECORDS CD
24.) STONE RIVER BOYS featuring DAVE BILLER / STEEL CITY / STONE RIVER BOYS LOVE ON THE DIAL 2010 COW ISLAND MUSIC CD

HIGHTOWER REPORT
Blogs: Fresh from the Underground
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Artist
Song
Album
Label
Klaus Nomithe TwistEncore!rca
Radikal SatanMinicombiaVisit du Soleil a SatanLe Potagers Nature
Crack Und Ultra EczemaHey MamboDemoSelf Released
Men's Recovery ProjectSlap on Some Pants (half time remix)Frank Talk About MutantsVinyl Communications
Denver GentlemenWhen the Lord, He Speaks to MeIntroducing...the Denver GentlemenAbsalom
Harry MerryClarissaWell...Here's another nice mess you've got me intoTocado
Pete TerraceNo No NoKing of the BoogalooSomerset
Moira ScarSlink to IntensitySlink to IntensitySelf Released
Blogs: Fresh from the Underground
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Artist
Song
Album
Label
LushusPlasticBarefootKatzwijm
Speedball BabyA Stranger's SkinCinemaMCA
Jud JudRounds of Jud SongThe DemosNo Idea Records
LushusSheet CloudsBarefootKatzwijm
LushusBarefootBarefootKatzwijm
Saul WilliamsList of DemandsList of DemandsWichita Records
LushusYour SweatBarefootKatzwijm
Blogs: Fresh from the Underground
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Artist
Song
Album
Label
Justice Yeldham168 Toronto 260305CicatricdualpLOVER
Chantal MorteLe ChatNo MoreTrace Label
Clear (yann Keller)Flutter in the Gutterfuck nature...or any nice suggestionTBA
Low Red CenterOlive ShapedLow Red CenterS-S Records
Rice屎CorpseMountainMrs. RicedualpLOVER
Here’s this weeks show which was my tribute to the recently departed American singer, actress, civil rights activist and dancer Lena Horne.

Playlist below;

1. Mad About The Boy
2. Love Me Or Leave Me
3. Summertime
4. How Long Has This Been Going On?
5. Some Of My Best Friends Are The Blues
6. A Cock-Eyed Optimist
7. I Got Rhythm
8. Out Of This World
9. It’s Alright With Me
10. Get Out Of Town
11. The Surrey With The Fringe On Top
12. As Long As I live
13. Wouldn’t It Be Loverly
14. Stormy Weather
15. Someone To Watch Over Me
Blogs: What's New
2010/5/17 15:17 by - 0 Views - 0 Comments
Wow, what I show. My thanks to Jenn of Girl In A Coma for their time helping me with the interview today. It was fun, and hope entertaining for you... Here are the songs, etc. that I played today.:

1) My Time - by Minus the Bear - from Omni

Played last night.

2) (untitled song snippet) - by Young the Giant

Played last night, opened for Minus the Bear, actual album due in the Fall.

3) Interview with Jenn for the band Girl In A Coma

The band will be in town on the 22nd, as part of Pachanga Fest.

4) Si Una Vez (cover of Selina) - by Girl In a Coma - from Adventures In Coverland - Volume 1

The band will be in town on the 22nd, as part of Pachanga Fest.

5) Interview with Jenn for the band Girl In A Coma

The band will be in town on the 22nd, as part of Pachanga Fest.

6) When Last I Spoke to Carol (Toy Selectah Mix) - by Morrissey - from When Last I Spoke to Carol (Toy Selectah Mix) - Single

Girl In A Coma are named after Morrissey's "Girlfriend in a Coma." Also, this song is currently being used in a promotion by VotoLatino to draw attention to the 2010 Census.

7) Clap Your Hands - Main Mix Edit - by Sia - from Clap Your Hands single

8) Gold Skull - by Miniature Tigers - from Fortress

9) Rules Don't Stop Me - by We Are Scientists - from Barbara
Mornin' everyone. Happy Monday! Today I played a bunch of CD's that have recently been submitted and followed it up with a few old favorites.

Here's what I played on today's show:

11:00

Widow's Walk/Natalia Zukerman/Brand New Frame
Cherry Tree /Louise Taylor/Written in Red
Move on Blues/The Snake Charmers/Been Gone Too Long
The Jealous Kind/Skye Downing Band/Blues on the Rocks
River is Waiting/Irma Thomas with Henry Butler/Simply Grand
Mama/Libby Kirkpatrick/Sweet Songs
Stars Remind Me/Rambler Rose/Nouveau Nuevo

11:30

Daylight/Claire Small/How Do You Like Love?
Trying to Stand/Katie Evans /A Passing Afternoon
1984/Kirsten DeHaan/Thorns on a Crown
You're Still Laughing/Annabella/Songs of Goodbye
Five-Cent Fare/The Blue Hit/Move In
Call My NameLouise Taylor/Velvet Town
Oh HenryElisa Ferrari/Isla De Ninos
"Tema za sargiju" (1975) - S vremena na vreme - S vremena na vreme
"Kol basti" (1974) - 3 Hur-El - Hurel Arsivi
"Kandore Mandore" (1969) - Andore Kandore - Andore Kandore
"Valley of Woe" (2006) - Sal Valentino - Dreamin' Man
"Goldfish" (1966) - Roy Harper - Sophisticated Beggar
"Blackpool" (1966) - Roy Harper - Sophisticated Beggar
"Desordenado" (2006) - Juana Molina - Son
"Steel Eyes" (1971) - Shawn Phillips - Second Contribution
"Senhor Arcanjo" (1971) - Jose Afonso - Cantigas do Maio
"Angel" (2003) - Alex De Grassi - Guitar Harvest, Vol. 1
"To a Flame" (1973) - Heaven and Earth - Refuge
"The Cloud of Sky that it Follows" (1974) - Kim Eu Chul - Song Collection
"Niksarin fidanlari" (1990) - Ruzgargulu - Windrose
"Hadadaa" (2003) - Namgar - Hatar
"Soyle Sazim" (1970) - Fikret Kizilok - (single)
"Horse Dance" (2004) - Naseer Shamma - Meditation
"Talit El Bir" (2007) - Souad Massi - Live Acoustique 2007
"Tema za sargiju" (1975) - S vremena na vreme - S vremena na vreme (Serbia)
"Saxon Lady" (1970) - The Amazing Blondel - The Amazing Blondel (UK)
"No Time" (1971) - The Move - Message from the Country (UK)
"River" (1973) - Terry Reid - River (UK)
"Guitar Piece" (1973) - Duncan Browne - Duncan Browne (UK)
"Ringing Bells" (1969) - Ruthann Friedman - Constant Companion (USA)
"Pretty and High" (1979) - The Roches - The Roches (USA)
"Banatot" (1984) - Makam and Kolinda - Makam and Kolinda (Hungary)
"Cursed Coined and Crucified" (1997) - Gorky's Zygotic Mynci - Barafundle (UK/Wales)
"Ludo Real" (1996) - Vinicius Cantuaria - Sol Na Cara (Brazil)
"Bonus" (1978) - Leb i Sol - Leb i Sol 2 (Macedonia)
"Our Flower" (1974) - Kim Eu Chul - Song Collection (S. Korea)
"Hana-Akari" (2009) - Green Blossoms - Whiskey Leaves (Japan)
"X" (2000) - Kwartet Jorgi - Music for Trumpet, Guitar, and Flute (Poland)
"Benediction de la Mer" (1967) - Manitas de Plata - Manitas es les Siens (Spain)

Tim Hart RIP
"The Ploughboy and the Cockney" (1971) - Tim Hart and Maddy Prior - Summer Solstice (UK)
"Dancing at Whitsun" (1971) - Tim Hart and Maddy Prior - Summer Solstice (UK)
Blogs: The Cutting Edge
2010/5/16 22:20 by Rick - 1 Views - 0 Comments

Improvisational Arts Quintet - Last Trip to Jackson (No Compromise!; Prescription LP)
Dennis Gonzalez - Namesake (Namesake; Silkheart LP);
Alvin Fielder Trio - A Mon Frere (A Measure of Vision; Clean Feed CD)
Kidd Jordan/Joel Futterman/Alvin Fielder - Tampere Part 6 (Live at Tampere Jazz Happening; Charles Lester Music CD)
Jordan/Fielder/Coke/Marsh - Peace (Live at the Victory Grill, artist-provided CD-R)
Roscoe Mitchell - The Little Suite (Sound; Delmark LP)
Blogs: Commercial Suicide
2010/5/16 21:44 by Nick Hennies - 2 Views - 0 Comments
Core of the Coalman - "Donut Universe"
The Scratch Orchestra - untitled piece from London, 1969
Need Thomas Windham - track 04 from Employment Patterns
Hong Chulki - "Amplified WC" (excerpt)
James Tenney - "Koan: Having Never Written a Note for Percussion"
Annette Krebs/Taku Unami - track 05 from Motubachii
Berthet/Le Junter - "Balancement"
Klaus Lang - "einfallt.stille."
  • The Kult "No Home Today" single
  • Re-Generation "Long Time No See" from the compilation Thai Pop Spectacular
  • Ersen "Metelik" from Ersen
  • Illes "A Bolond Lavy" from the compilation Well Hung
  • Jean Jaques Dexter "Be Quiet" from the compilation Dirty French Psychedelics
  • Madeleine Chartrand "Ani Kuni" from the compilation Freakout Total
  • Islaja "Varjokuvastin" from Ullual Yyy
  • Can "Don’t Turn On the Lights, Leave Me Alone" from Soundtracks
  • Factory "Try a Little Sunshine" from the compilation A Perfumed Garden
  • Franco Battiato "Araknames" from Pollution
  • Os Mutantes "Ave Gengis Kha" from Os Mutantes
  • Witthueser & Westrupp "Nimm Doch Einen Joint, Mein Freund" from Tripps Und Tramme
  • San Ul Lim “It Bloomed One Day” from Laying Silks and Satins on my Heart
  • Magical Power Mako “Restraint/Freedom” from Magical Power
  • Morita Doji “Today Is the Miracle Morning” from Mother Sky
  • P. Promdan “Uncle Dee Is a Drunk” from the compilation Thai Pop Spectacular
  • Agitation Free “Play For Us Today” from Malesch
  • Mohammed Al Madloul “Untitled” from the compilation Choubi Choubi! Folk and Pop Sounds from Iraq
  • Elipda “He Will Come, He Will Come” from the compilation B-Music: Drive In Turn On, Freak Out
  • Omar Souleyman “Leh Jani” from the compiliation Folk and Pop Sounds of Syria
  • M. Ashraf "Main Hoon Play Boy" from the compliation The Sound of Wonder
  • Ofege “Whizzy Llabo” from Try and Love
  • The Higher State “Just Not Today” from Darker by the Day
  • Tinariwin “Tamatant Tilay” from Aman Iman
  • Ash Ra Temple “Cosmic Tango” from Ash Ra Tempel Starring Rosie
  • Thanks for tuning in! Here's what I played:


    1) Prelude: New Day - by Maple Mars - from Galaxyland

    2) New Day - by Maple Mars - from Galaxyland

    3) Sigourney Weaver - by John Grant (of The Czars, with Midlake) - from Queen of Denmark

    4) Brown Summer - by Triclops! - from Helpers on the Other Side

    5) You Will Leave a Mark - by Silent Film - from The City That Sleeps

    6) This Electric Night - by The Perilous Tide - from From The Other Side

    7) California via Tennessee - by Shooter Jennings & Hierophant

    7) Rock Problems - by The Hold Steady - from Heaven Is Whenever

    8) Seasickness Pills - by Drink Up Buttercup - from Born and Thrown on a Hook

    9) Dance Floor - by The Apples in Stereo - from Travellers in Space and Time

    10) On Time (feat. TuPhace) - by The Disco Biscuits - from Planet Anthem

    11) Lost a Girl - by New Young Pony Club - from The Optimist

    12) You're No Good - by The Everyday Motive

    13) Go Forward - by La Strada - from New Home

    14) Hannah - by Freelance Whales - from Weathervanes

    15) Jackie Wants a Black Eye - by Dr. Dog - from Shame, Shame

    16) All Their Peculiar Ways - by New Volunteer - from Remote Control Parade

    17) Hay, Hay, Make a Wish - by Norman - from Hay, Hay, Make a Wish and Turn Away

    18) I Got U Babe, Pt. 3 - by Shurman - from Jubilee

    19) Engine to Turn - by Tift Merritt

    20) The Predictable Kind - by Ruby James

    21) Circles In The Wind - by Colin Gilmore

    22) Safe At Home - by The Mighty Stef & Cait O'Riordan

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