Tuesday, September 06, 2005

Playlist for September 7, 2005

Link of the week:

Susie normally writes about sexual matters in her blog. Her
latest entry, and the comments and links which follow it,
all pertain to Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath,
and are quite
edifying indeed.

Although there’s very little discussion of sex
this time around, I recommend that you surf
this link from home rather than from work.

Boot of the Week
Number One:

The Meters
Paul's Mall
Boston, MA
November 21, 1978

t01 Fire on the Bayou
t02 Look-Ka Py-Py
t03 Hey Now Baby
t04 Hang 'Em High, Honky Tonk Woman (tape flip)
t05 The World Is a Little Bit Under the Weather
t06 I Wanna Make It With You (tape flip)
t07 Chug Chug Chug-a-Lug
t08 Big Chief
t09 Jungle Man
t10 It Ain't No Use
t11 Hey Pocky A-Way (fade out)

Art "Poppa Funk" Neville - B-3, keyboards, vocals
George Porter, Jr. - bass & vocals
Joseph "Zigaboo" Modeliste - drums & vocals
Leo Nocentelli - guitar & vocals
Cyril Neville - percussion & vocals
Aaron Neville - vocals

Boot of the Week
Number Two:

Frank Zappa
29-Oct 1972,
Men's (West) Gym, Harpur College
(now Binghamton U.),

Binghamton, NY

I'm Not Satisfied, America Drinks, Montana, Farther Oblivion, Cosmik Debris, Little Dots (w/ audience participation), Don't You Ever Wash That Thing?, Imaginary Diseases, Rollo (instrumental part only)

== The Petit Wazoo Orchestra, October - December 1972 ==
FZ, Tony Duran, Dave Parlato, Jim Gordon, Bruce Fowler, Malcolm McNabb, Tom Malone, Earle Dumler, Glenn Ferris, Gary Barone.

FZ on Howard Stern’s radio show, 1987 (excerpt)
Frank Zappa - Promiscuous - Broadway the Hard Way (Ryko)

unknown artist - Shame On You Mr. Bush - http://www.diymedia.net/

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