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The Movement playlist for 02/08/2009

Program name: 
The Movement
Air date: 
02/08/2009

As February 7th would've been his 35th birthday, and February 10th marks the 3 year anniversary of his passing, we pay tribute to the late, great James Yancey aka Jay Dee aka J Dilla. Being that Dilla is one of my all time favorite artists, I do a tribute show in celebration of his life and music every year. This year, we did it a little different. In past years, we played his most well known, as well as his best obscure tracks. This year, we started by playing songs that other artists influenced by Dilla have made in his memory over the past three years, followed by original songs sampled by Dilla for his work, including a number from his masterwork, Donuts. In reference to the original songs as sampled by, the only thing I listed was what song he sampled for his works.

The Movement playlist for 02/01/2009

Program name: 
The Movement
Air date: 
02/01/2009

An Evening of Afrotainment playlist for 01/17/2009

Program name: 
An Evening of Afrotainment
Air date: 
01/17/2009
Bridget B. here, Celeste and I will be joining forces to deliver An Evening of Afrotainment each Saturday from 7pm to 10pm.  Hear music of the African Diaspora by Black artists-worldwide. All genres...from African traditional to esoteric experimental.

CrossFade playlist for 01/29/2009

Air date: 
01/29/2009

DJ Wicked as Special Guest

www.justplainterror.com

www.myspace.com/crossfadeonkboo

The Movement playlist for 01/25/2009

Program name: 
The Movement
Air date: 
01/25/2009

...and the rest...

Luke Vibert - Harmonica Sellers - Rhythm - Sound of Speed
Natural Self - Faultlines - The Art of Vibration - Tru-Thoughts
Five Deez - No Matter - 12" single - b9000 Records

Anodyne playlist for 01/19/2009

Program name: 
Back To The Egg
Air date: 
01/19/2009

Thanks for the requests! I’m always glad when it works out and I or KBOO actually have the songs that people want to hear. Dumpster Dave requested Buzzcocks’ “Ever Fallen In Love” and there just happened to be a live version in the KBOO library. He called back a little later to request The Clash’s “Armagideon Time”, and I was just about to play a different cut off The Clash - Live At Shea Stadium. Serendipity is what I think they call it.

And then there is the guy that calls weekly requesting Ministry’s “N.W.O” - he needs it to make his time at work go by faster. KBOO (and KPSU) used to get me through long evenings doing data entry for the post office, so I can totally relate.

The Movement playlist for 01/18/2009

Program name: 
The Movement
Air date: 
01/18/2009

Anodyne playlist for 01/12/2009

Program name: 
Back To The Egg
Air date: 
01/12/2009

Happy Birthday to my sister Wendy! I played B-52's "Strobelight" for her, even though she was probably asleep. When we were kids we used to laugh so hard at that song, especially when Fred Schneider says "Lemme kiss your PINEAPPLE!"

In other news, I should have a couple of guests on the program next month. Boy Eats Drum Machine is a local one-man band whose album "booomboxxx" is a great listen. Super XX Man also live here in PDX, they have a new album out called "There'll Be Diamonds" and there's a song on there called "Medication" that I think is the best thing they've ever done. I should have more specific information soon as to exact dates and times.

CrossFade playlist for 01/15/2009

Air date: 
01/15/2009

"Dance Music" mixed up over 2 hours.

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