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Pastures of Plenty playlist for 11/17/2010

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Pastures of Plenty
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11/17/2010

Our first show with a theme: songs and tunes around the coming of winter. No, Jesse was not talking to his imaginary friend. He turned on the wrong mic for Margaret. Thanks to the alert listener who let us know :)

The Songcircle

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Every week on Friday at 1:30pm - 3:00pm
1:30pm - 3:00pm
Eclectic
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CrossFade playlist for 11/18/2010

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CrossFade
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11/18/2010

Heavy Metal Vomit Party playlist for 11/18/2010

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Heavy Metal Vomit Party
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11/18/2010

Exodus- Bonded by Blood

Iron Maiden- Fear of the Dark

Whiplash- Eternal Eyes

Wild Dogs- Psychoradio

Ozzy Osbourne- Crazy Train

Little Shop of Horrors

mikeII

Revenge - Death heritage

Sick Of It All - It's Clobberin' Time/Just Lies

Insect Warfare - Human Trafficking

Conqueror - Infinite Majesty

Assuck - Blood And Cloth

Disrupt - Trapped

Despise You - No More...Feelings

Excrutiating Terror - Turbulence

bombs of death - Germination

Diocletian - Doom Cult

In Disgust - Cali Smile

mike1

endless blockade - 1st song

voivod - psychic vacuum

megadeth - last rights

venom - bursting out

Anodyne playlist for 11/15/2010

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Back To The Egg
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11/15/2010

HOUR ONE:
Babybird – Too Handsome To Be Homeless – Ugly Beautiful (Echo, 1996)
Pizzicato Five – Trailer Music – Happy End Of The World (Matador, 1997)

Blood Red Shoes – Don’t Ask – Fire Like This (V2, 2010)
Hoodoo Gurus – Crackin’ Up – Purity Of Essence (Sony, 2010)
The Teenagers – Sunset Beach – Reality Check (XL, 2008)

John Stewart – Midnight Wind – Bombs Away Dream Babies (RSO, 1979) **REQUEST
Amon Tobin – Slowly – Supermodified (Ninja Tune, 2000)
Frankie Rose & The Outs – Hollow Life – Frankie Rose & The Outs (Slumberland, 2010)
Tracey Thorn – Femme Fatale – A Distant Shore (Cherry Red, 1982)

Elliott Smith – Between The Bars – Either/Or (Kill Rock Stars, 1997) **REQUEST

Anjali and The Kid playlist for 11/16/2010

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Anjali and The Kid
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11/16/2010

Portland General Eclectic playlist for 11/16/2010

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Portland General Eclectic
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11/16/2010

A Different Nature playlist for 11/15/2010

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A Different Nature
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11/15/2010

Tonight we listen to the music of Igor Wakhevitch.  On top of composing music for Salvador Dali's 1974 opera "Etre Dieu," Wakhevitch released six records in the 1970s. The Swan's Michael Gira said of Wakhevitch "The most astonishing music I have heard in some years... Ominous and beautiful, then clamorous and Wagnerian," while a Pitchfork review of one Wakhevitch's records, "Docteur Faust," was titled "It Was the Strangest Record I Had Ever Heard."  While sections of the Dali Opera have been and will be aired on Desolo Vox Luna Theatrum, I thought it'd be nice to hear from those 6 albums released in the 1970s.

The Monday Sampler on 11/15/10

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The Monday Sampler
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Mon, 11/15/2010 - 2:00pm - 4:00pm
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Live music in the studio and many other surprises

First off, local band Padam Padam, http://www.padampadam.com/gigs.html, will be playing their brand of Country Cabaret live in our first hour!  And experimental band Little Teeth, will perform their Melodramic Folk Music in our second hour!  Also, Sabrina, our New Music Correspondent, will call up rap artist & poet Sole to talk about his new book, Pyre, and his up coming appearance with his band, Sole & The Skyrider Band, at Backspace on Nov. 17th.

A Different Nature on 11/15/10

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A Different Nature
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Mon, 11/15/2010 - 8:00pm - 10:00pm
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IGOR WAKHEVITCH

Tonight wel explore the music of IGOR WAKHEVITCH. Wakhevitch studied under musique concrete founder Pierre Scheaffer, worked with minimalist composer Terry Riley, and composed the music for Salvador Dali's opera Etre Dieu. On top of the Dali opera, he released six records in the 1970s which in the words of the Swan's Michael Gira are "The most astonishing music I have heard in some years... Amazing approach to sound, from classical to experimental, psychadelia to film music. Ominous and beautiful, then clamorous and Wagnerian. At some points it sounds like contemporary electronic music, then shifts seemlessly into a full classical orchestra," while a Pitchfork review of one his records was titled "It Was the Strangest Record I Had Ever Heard."  

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