Tuesday, October 26, 2004

Playlist for October 26th, 2004

An eternal shout-out to the late, great Sir John Peel, the BBC M.C. and DJ whose “Peel Sessions” radio show (some of which have thankfully ended up on vinyl or CD) brought us crucial live-on-the-air performances by crucial bands, and a few forgettable ones too, but hey, those are the breaks. He went to be with Elvis last Monday night.


Bartlemania, Wednesdays at 8:30 AM (1230 UTC) on WHRW, Binghamton.

You know the deal: Artist - Track - Album (label, if any)

Sugar - Diamond - Besides (bonus live disc - Ryko)
Sonic Youth - Genetic - live at Binghamton U. October 17, 1992
Ritsu Katsumata - 1W72 - Hell (www.ritsu.com)

Fat Boy Slim - Don't Let The Man Get You Down - Palookaville (Astralwerks)
Gary Wilson - Six Point Four Equals Make-Out - Mary Had Brown Hair (Stone's Throw)
Vrtule 1 - Namitky - Funky In Fusion (www.inpromotion.cz)
Parliament - Ride On - Chocolate City (Casablanca)

Bill Hicks - The News - Relentless (Ryko)
Bruce Cockburn - Call It Democracy - live at Styleen's, Syracuse, NY June 4, 1999
Jeffran Music Co. instructional LP - Music to get C6th By - And I Love Her - 365 Days Project, May 21st installment (http://www.ubu.com/outsiders/365/05-2.html)

Frank Zappa Set:

Wonderful Wino - Playground Psychotics (Ryko)
Dear Jeepers - Rare Meat (Del-Fi)
Murder By Numbers (with Sting) - Broadway the Hard Way (Ryko)
When the Lie's So Big - live at the Broome County Veterans' Memorial Arena, Binghamton, NY, March 17, 1988
Zappa plays Igor Stravinsky playing Happy Birthday - Doctor Demento Show, 1981

Cat Stevens - I'm Gonna Get a Gun - Matthew and Son (Deram)
Camper Van Beethoven - Hippy Chix - New Roman Times (Pitch-A-Tent/Vanguard)
Phi-Mu Washboard Band - Love Hurts - 365 Days Project, May 24th Installment (http://www.ubu.com/outsiders/365/05-2.html)

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