Wednesday, March 05, 2008

Playlist for March 5th, 2008

Castaways, Ithaca, NY
March 1, 2008
Recorded by Doctor B.
on the Bartlemuzik Ltd. Mobile Unit
from the soundboard
(Thanks, Tomasz!)

Steve Hillage
- Hyde Park, London, September 18, 1976

Hurdy-Gurdy Man
Hurdy-Gurdy Glissando
Solar Musick Suite
It’s All Too Much

Steve Hillage, Miquette Giraudy, Christian Boule, Colin Bass, Basil Brooks, Clive Bunker, Phil Hodge

First-ever concert by this band, 6 days before the release of the album “L”.

Part of a free concert headlined by Queen as well as Kiki Dee and Supercharge.

Biowire - Fantasize - Just another Taste of Electronic Watusi Boogaloo (Emperor Norton)
Barenaked Ladies - If I Had A Million Dollars - KBCO Studio C Vol 4 (KBCO)
Charles Brown - End Of War Blues - Like An Atom Bomb (Buzzola)
Jackie Doll & His Pickled Peppers - When They Drop The Atomic Bomb - Like An Atom Bomb (Buzzola)
Coldcut - Smoke Dis One - Coldcut Cut Outs (A Moment of your Time)
Spirit - Turn to the Right - Potatoland (Line)
Spirit - My Friend - Potatoland (Line)
Frank Zappa & The Mothers - Brown Shoes Don't Make It - Absolutely Free (Ryko)

Yet Another Public Service Announcement

WFMU is a radio station in New Jersey. WFMU is what WHRW wants to be when it grows up!

WFMU was once a college station like WHRW. They began broadcasting in 1958 (8 years before WHRW went on the air) and except for a brief hiatus in 1969, they've been cranking out free-form programming since then. They raise funds for day-to-day operating expenses and equipment purchases entirely on their own. They kneel for no corporation. They answer to no televangelist-dominated government agency. Neither do they get funding from (or bend over for) any college administration.

As a life-long free-form radio DJ, I want to see stations like WFMU succeed. Commercial radio is dead; all the fun has been
focus-grouped out of it.

Won't you please consider pledging what you can afford to WFMU, as yours truly, The Doctor has done? At the very least, check out their premium page. You'll WANT to donate as much as you can when you see some of this stuff!

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