Special Programming: Music

A variety of music specials aired throughout the year.

Episode Archive

Special Programming: Music on 03/30/13

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Sat, 03/30/2013 - 2:00pm - 7:00pm
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Arhoolie Records Special

From its humble beginnings in 1960 with one microphone and a reel to reel tape recorder, Arhoolie Records became the premier American roots music label. With this year’s release of “They All Played For Us: Arhoolie Records' 50th Anniversary Celebration “- Book and 4 CD set, we decided to do an Arhoolie retrospective.
Join me, Phil G, with my co-host, Alicia Olson, as we play selections from Arhoolie’s catalog, interview founder Chris Strachwitz, and also the musicians from BeauSoleil, who did early recordings on Arhoolie.

 

Special Programming: Music on 03/29/13

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Fri, 03/29/2013 - 10:00pm - Sat, 03/30/2013 - 12:00am
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FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE: Live music and random jams from the vault

Join Ian for a special Friday night show and close out the week with something to groove to! Enjoy a live in-studio performance with Portland band, The Soul Progression!!! The band will be stopping by the studio at the start of the show to play a few songs and talk to us about the local music scene. Also, Lady Di and others will drop in the show to help spin some tracks for your listening enjoyment. Sit back, relax, and turn it up!

Special Programming: Music on 03/26/13

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Tue, 03/26/2013 - 6:00pm - 7:00pm
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Tune in Turn on brings you Michael O'Rourke and Dave Elliott

This is the third episode in a monthly series that will run throughout the year 2013 – KBOO’s 45th anniversary year.  Tuesday, March 26th we’ll hear from former programmer Michael O’Rourke and Dave Elliott, one of the current programmers of Music From the True Vine, bringing you the best in Blue Grass Music for over four decades.

Special Programming: Music on 03/22/13

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Fri, 03/22/2013 - 3:00am - 5:30am
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The Beatles 50th Anniversary Special

You all know The Beatles, of course. But did you know that today marks the 50th anniversary of the original British release of their first album, Please Please Me? Well it's true! And KBOO is celebrating by playing all their early tunes and covers! We're talking pre-Beatlemania monoaural goodness, with plenty of rareities and their essential compositions that would lay the groudwork for everything that would happen later in their careers. Join NoMad as he guides you through those early recordings and please help KBOO by renewing your membership today!

Special Programming: Music on 02/23/13

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Sat, 02/23/2013 - 1:00am - 6:00am
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GEORGE HARRISON BIRTHDAY SPECIAL

GEORGE HARRISON BIRTHDAY SPECIAL

The Pickle Feather Express to The Outside World celebrates the music, experiments and persona of  "the quiet Beatle". His explorations into the spiritual side of rock music opened a world of eyes to Indian music, electronic sound, psychedelia and conversations. His Concert for Bangla Desh was the first time rock stars came together for a benefit concert, way before Live Aid, Farm Aid or Sun City. Bill Dodge, Christie, L'Angelo Mysterioso and daniel serve up late-night coffee and savoy truffles.

Special Programming: Music on 12/28/12

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Fri, 12/28/2012 - 8:00pm - 10:00pm
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The music of Pandit Ravi Shankar

KBOO presents: The Music of Pandit Ravi Shankar. The legendary Hindustani sitarist, composer, and India's musical ambassador to the world passed away eartlier this month at age 92. Friday, December 28 from 8-10 pm, join host Andy Hosch ("A Different Nature" & "Africa O-Yé!") for a special two hour program devoted to the music and legacy of this 'world music' icon. We will listen to some lovely evening ragas, and hear examples of Shankar's cross-cultural collaborations, including work with violinist Yehudi Menuhin, and flautists Bud Shank and Jean-Pierre Rampal.

Special Programming: Music on 12/25/12

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Tue, 12/25/2012 - 10:00am - 12:00pm
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Rachel's Picks - Gillian Welch

Rachel Gold, co-host of Music from the True Vine, presents a special of Rachel's picks!  She will be showing her folk-rock side, playing two hours of her favorite Gillian Welch tunes, and maybe a few other artists if they're as good as Gillian. No Christmas songs!

Special Programming: Music on 12/25/12

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Tue, 12/25/2012 - 8:00am - 10:00am
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The Jingle Bells - NOT - Music Show

Is Hearing Nothing But Holiday Music since Halloween Scrambling your Brain?

Have you Had It Up to HERE
With that Goofy Reindeer?

Yes, Folks...  Every Radio Station on the Dial has been overtaken by Holiday Mall Music, with Reindeer Roasting on an Open Fire, Chestnuts Decking the Hall Monitors, and the Wassail Ringing Bells in the Snow-Covered Manger.  Is your Brain, too, going Ding Dong Merrily on Along, 24/7?  Well, WE have the Solution!!!

Special Programming: Music on 12/14/12

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Fri, 12/14/2012 - 2:00am - 5:00am
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An impromptu tribute to Ravi Shankar

Ravi Shankar (1920-2012) was more than a sitar virtuoso. He was a legend who took Indian classical music to new heights. Performing into his final days, his passing will be felt world-wide for generations to come.

Tune into KBOO tonight for a tribute to Pandit Ravi Shankar. We'll try to cover as much of his long career as possible, with as little talk as possible, so that his music will take the spotlight.

 

Special Programming: Music on 11/30/12

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Fri, 11/30/2012 - 8:00pm - Sat, 12/01/2012 - 12:00am
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A show in celebration and support of WFMU after the Superstorm Sandy disaster

In the wake of Superstorm Sandy, WFMU in Jersey City, NJ, has suffered a financial disaster. Sandy will end up costing the station some $250,000, as detailed in these articles from the Star-Ledger and from wfmu.org.

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INTERVIEW: Adrian Legg

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Sun, 02/24/2013

Adrian Legg will be performing in Portland Tuesday February 26th At Mississippi Studios, 3939 North Mississippi Avenue, in Portland.

He is a renowned acoustic and electric guitar innovator touring on his latest release "The Very Best of Adrian Legg".

Songs included in this interview are, in order, Tracy's Big Moment, Queenie's Waltz, Lunch Time at Rosie's, and A Waltz for Derroll.

  • Length: 39:23 minutes (34.21 MB)
  • Format: MP3 Stereo 44kHz 121Kbps (VBR)

Atlas Global Dance Party Part One

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Sat, 10/13/2012

Here's the audio from our live broadcast of ATLAS, Post-national bass dance party! This is part one, part two is here: kboo.fm/node/50743

With with Resident DJs DJ Anjali, E3 and The Incredible Kid... Plus special guest Joro-Boro, a Bulgarian DJ bringing you digital native booty bass for the post-pop generation.! It was wild fun, enjoy!
 

Atlas Global Dance Party Part Two

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Sat, 10/13/2012

Here's the second half of the audio from our live broadcast of ATLAS, Post-national bass dance party! The first half is here: kboo.fm/node/50742

With Resident DJs DJ Anjali, E3 and The Incredible Kid... Plus special guest Joro-Boro, a Bulgarian DJ bringing you digital native booty bass for the post-pop generation.! It was wild fun, enjoy!

LIVE IN STUDIO: Felicia and the Dinosaur

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Sat, 03/10/2012

Portland's own Felica and the dinosaur played this set as part of KBOO's celebration of International Women's Day, 2012.
After the live songs, there is an interview with Felicia.

http://www.myspace.com/feleciaandthedinosaur

LIVE IN STUDIO: Belinda Underwood

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Thu, 03/08/2012

Belinda Underwood is a life-long musician and dancer who brings elements of the world's folk art traditions together with her own Western training and soul-creation.
She performed this set as part of KBOO's celebration of International Women's Day, 2012.
http://www.belindaunderwood.com

  • Length: 41:38 minutes (57.17 MB)
  • Format: MP3 Stereo 44kHz 192Kbps (CBR)

LIVE IN STUDIO: Marisa Anderson

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Thu, 03/08/2012

Marisa Anderson is a composer, guitarist and multi-instrumentalist living in Portland Oregon. She works solo and with others.

Marisa played this set as part of KBOO's celebration of International Women's Day, 2012.
After the live songs, there is an interview with Marisa.

http://marisaandersonmusic.com

  • Length: 36:14 minutes (49.75 MB)
  • Format: MP3 Stereo 44kHz 192Kbps (CBR)

LIVE MUSIC MIXOLOGY: John Craig and the Weekend

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Sat, 05/21/2011

John Craig and the Weekend came to the KBOO studio on May 21st to be recorded by our Live Music Mixology Training Class. The participants in the class spent the weekend learning how to use the microphones, mixing boards, and other equipment to broadcast bands performing live in our studio. We also make quality recordings for the bands, and post the set on the web!
Here's their set list

Newstories / Dont' think make mistakes part 1 and 2 / It's love I'm after / Out all night / Sink or swim / We are whatever

Many thanks to John Craig and the Weekend for participating in our community training event!

www.myspace.com/johnboatmusic

  • Length: 31:30 minutes (43.26 MB)
  • Format: MP3 Stereo 44kHz 192Kbps (CBR)

Part ONE: Joe Carducci hosts a memorial to David Lightbourne

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Fri, 08/06/2010

The first part of a memorial program dedicated to the life and memory of David Lightbourne. The show will be hosted by Joe Carducci, and will feature family and friends telling stories, and playing music, both recorded and live.

From the Laramie Boomerang:

David Lightbourne, 67, Laramie, died Friday, April 30, 2010, in Laramie.

He was born Dec. 14, 1942, in Princeton, Ill., to Jean Lightbourne and Kermit Loe. He had a bachelor’s degree from Grinnell College and was a musician in Laramie.

He is survived by his brother, Michael Lightbourne; and his sister, Priscilla Lightbourne.

He was a world-class finger pick-style blues guitarist and played many places in the area: the Buckhorn, Beartree, Trading Post, Coal Creak, Muddy Waters Coffeehouse, The Overland, and every year at the Upland Breakdown, as well as in New York City at the Makor, the Knitting Factory and Pete’s Candy Store and the Leaky Roof Tavern and the Earth Tavern in Portland, Ore. His bands were the Stop and Listen Boys in Laramie and the Metropolitan Jug Band n Portland. Locally, he played with musicians Shaun Kelley, John Martz, Jon Kidwell and Birgit Burke.

He worked at High Country Stoves, Home Bakery, Western Research, Banner Associates and many other places. He lived in Laramie from 1996-2010

  • Length: 29:08 minutes (66.68 MB)
  • Format: MP3 Stereo 44kHz 320Kbps (CBR)

Part THREE: Joe Carducci hosts a memorial to David Lightbourne

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Fri, 08/06/2010

Here is the last part of the David Lightbourne tribute hosted by Joe Carducci. This includes the live performance by many people who played with David over the years.

Part TWO: Joe Carducci hosts a memorial to David Lightbourne

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Fri, 08/06/2010

Part Two of a Three part memorial program to David Lightbourne, hosted by Joe Carducci.

Playlists

Special Programming: Music playlist for 11/22/2009

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Special Programming: Music
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11/22/2009
ArtistTitleAlbumLabel
TAKE 6GET AWAY JORDANTAKE 6REPRISE
TRAMAINE HAWKINSSTAND STILL AND KNOWLIVESPARROW
CHARLES MINGUSMEDITATIONS FOR MOSESGREAT MOMENTS WITH...IMPULSE/MCA
MILES DAVIS/GIL EVANSprayer/oh doctor jesusPORGY AND BESSCOLUMBIA
DUKE ELLINGTONPORTRAIT OF MAHALIA JACKSONNEW ORLEANS SUITEATLANTIC
ZION HARMONIZERSBROTHER MOSESNEVER ALONESOLO
OLIVER NELSONTOLERANCETHE KENNEDY DREAMIMPULSE
VINCE GUARALDIHUMBLY I ADORE THEEAT GRACE CATHEDRALFANTASY
AKBAR DE PRIEST PROJECTEVOCATIONINCLUSIONwww2.depriestproject.com
john coltraneDEAR LORDGENTLE SIDE OFABC IMPULSE
HANK CRAWFORD AND JIMMY MC GRIFFLIFT EVERY VOICESTEPPIN' UPMILESTONE
WYNTON MARSALIS F/REV. JEREMIAH WRIGHT JR.PREMATURE AUTOPSIESMAJESTY OF THE BLUESCOLUMBIA
WYNTON MARSALISOH, BUT ON THE THIRD DAYMAJESTY OF THE BLUESCOLUMBIA
D. J. ROGERSYOU ARE MY JOYTRUST MECOLUMBIA/ARC
MJQ/SWINGLE SINGERSWHEN I AM LAID IN EARTHPLACE V ENDOMEPHILLIPS

 

Special Programming: Music playlist for 10/30/2009

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Special Programming: Music
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10/30/2009

A Kill Ugly Radio Halloween/Samhain Mix

I’ve been wanting to mix a live Halloween show for years since (de)programming at KBOO, but one thing or another made it not happen. But tonight, I did and had a blast. It was a mix of tunes I’ve been rolling into my (semi) yearly Halloween mixes for a while with some relatively new discoveries, with some horror movie clips and the like thrown in for good measure. I love Halloween and to me, music and scary sounds are my favorite part of it – along with a few choice horror flicks. And this is probably going to be my whole Halloweening ritual for this holiday weekend; after three shows this week (Monday, Thursday and this show), I am beat

Playlist (many sources mixed together, so order is approximate):
Diamanda Galás – Wild Women With Steakknives – Litanies of Satan
Laibach – Macbeth – Macbeth
M.J. Harris/Bill Laswell – Distal Sonority – Somnific Flux
TV clip – The evil Pagan roots of Halloween – Some Mega-Church
George Romero – Night of the Living Dead – YouTube
Siouxsie and the Banshees – Halloween – Juju
MX80 Sound – Halloween – Best of Ralph
Matt Clifford – Main Theme – Return of the Living Dead OST
George Romero – Night of the Living Dead – YouTube
Jerry Goldsmith – Ave Satani – The Omen OST
Camille Sauvage – Requiem Pour Satan – Fantasmagories
Bauhaus – Bela Lugosi’s Dead – Bela Lugosi’s Dead 12″
Tobe Hooper – Texas Chainsaw Massacre – YouTube
Alien Sex Fiend – Now I’m Feeling Zombified – Singles
Andrzej Żuławski – Isabela Adjani Screaming – Possession
Butthole Surfers – Graveyard – Locust Abortion Technician
Camille Sauvage – Charette Fantôme – Fantasmagories
Zoviet France – Ram – Zoviet France
Data Bank A – Spiritussanctus – Drastic Perversions
Psi-Field – Baby Poison – Drastic Perversions
Laibach – Vade Retro Satani – Rekapitulacija
William Friedkin – The Exorcist – YouTube
Ennio Morricone – Magic and Ecstasy – Exorcist II: The Heretic OST
Ennio Morricone – Pazuzu – Exorcist II: The Heretic OST
Eon – Fear is the Mindkiller: Sir Billy Remix – Fear is the Mindkiller 12″
David Cronenberg – Videodrome – YouTube
Shackleton – Blood On My Hands – Blood On My Hands 12″
The Pain Teens – Sacrificial Shack – Sacrificial Shack EP
Fantômas – Der Golem – The Director’s Cut
Kryztof Komeda – Rosemary’s Baby Theme – Rosemary’s Baby OST
Fantômas – Rosemary’s Baby Theme – The Director’s Cut
Eugene Chadbourne – Psycho Birdcage – He Is Insane
Horrific Child – L’Etrange Mr Whinster – L’Etrange Mr Whinster
The White Noise – Black Mass – Electric Storm
S.P.K. – Agony of the Plasma – Leichenschrei
Blood and Roses – Necromantra – Love Under Will 12″
Nature and Organization – Wicker Man Song – Beauty Reaps the Blood of Solitude
Robin Hardy – The Wicker Man (1973) – YouTube
Sonic Youth – Halloween – Bad Moon Rising
Laibach – Smrt Za Smrt Octet Remix – Anthems
Diamanda Galás – Litanies of Satan – Litanies of Satan
xxx – Closing Message – Drastic Perversions

more info over at Kill Ugly Radio

Special Programming: Music playlist for 10/06/2009

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10/06/2009

I Found a Sound: A Brief History of Sampling and Appropriation in Music

Dr. Zomb and RefuDJ ManRich present a chronological look at sampling, from it's roots in Musique Concrete and Avant Garde, to the pioneering lp by Brian Eno and David Byrne, and on to culture jamming artists such as Negativland, John Oswald, Evolution Control Committee, as well as Turntablism in Hip Hop and finally, recent Mashup masterpieces. Plunder Radio!!!

Fun show. We helped raise a few bucks for KBOO and presented - in rough chronological order - a somewhat abbreviated overview of sampling and appropriation in music.

It's amazing where the road will lead when you get two DJs in the room with pickings from their respective collections. We ended up continually surprising each other when one record from one of us would dovetail with something in another's crate, with little or no pre-planning.

Dr. Zomb and I would like to thank all the folks who provided or suggested material, among them DJ Broken Window, Rolf Semprebon, Marc De Gierre, Mssr. Chris Merrick and more...

I would also like to dedicate this show to KBOO's Papa Dada, the late, great Richard Francis, who blew my teenage mind by playing historic cut-up and tape art music on his show all those years ago. 

Artist/Track (year)
John Cage(w/Genevieve Blons on shortwave radio) - Credo in US (comp. 1942, rec. 1972)
Moondog  - Tugboat Tocatta (1940's)
Pierre Schaeffer - ???
Pierre Henri - Porte et un Soupir (1963)
John Cage - Williams Mix (1952)
William S. Burroughs - Origins of the Cut-Ups (1958)
William S. Burroughs - Handkerchief  Masks (early 60's)
Buchanan and Goodman - Flying Saucers Pt. 1 (1956)
Steve Reich - It's Gonna Rain (1965)
The Monkees - Opening to Head (1968)
Richard Trythall - Omaggio Au Jerry Lee Lewis (1976)
David Mahler - King of Angels (1977)
Bob James - Wolfman (60's)
The Blasters - Steering Wheel Stuck (60's)
Doug Kahn - Reagan Speaks for Himself (1980)
Bob Ostertag - Getting Ahead (1980)
Dennis Duck - The Pants Story (1977)
Byrne and Eno - Regiment (1980)
Byrne and Eno - Come With Us (1980)
Milan Knizak - Broken Music (1979)
Graeme Revelle - Nocturne/Insect Musicians (1986)
John Oswald - Mystery Tapes/Kissing Jesus in the Dark (1980)
Negativland - Guns! (New American Radio version - excerpt) (1989)
Steinski - The Motorcade Sped On (1986)
Negativland - Guns! (mixed with Steinski) (1989)
Negativland - A Big 10-8 Place (excerpt) (1983)
Steinski - It's Up To You (1992)
Grand Master Flash - Wheels of Steel 12" (1981)
Age of Chance - We Got Trouble (mid-80's)
Mark Stewart - As the Veneer of Democracy Starts to Fade (1985)
Beastie Boys - Eggman (1989)
John Oswald - Black (1989)
John Oswald - Brown (1989)
John Oswald - Dab (1989)
Cassette Boy - Apple Cak/Dead Horse (2005)
Divide & Kreate - Illiterate City (M. Jackson vs Guns N' Roses) (2007)
Cassette Boy - Fred Horse/Parker Tapes (2002)
Big City Orchestra - Bulldog/Beatlerape (1994)
Cassette Boy - Duck Breath/Dead Horse (2005)
DJ Food - Raiding of the 20th Century (excerpt) (2004)
Public Works - ?
People Like Us - Kitten/Thermos Explorer (1999)
Evolution Control Committee - I Want a Cookie (2003)
Emergency Broadcast Network - Electronic Behavior Control System (1995)
People Like Us W/Negativland - What's Music/Hate People Like Us (1999)
Osymyso - Intro-Spection (excerpt) (2002)
Royskopp/Bastard Pop - Last Night a DJ Saved My Life (?)
Boards of Canada - Dandelion (2006)
DJ Pantshead - Phil Mclean vs Eraserhead (2004)
RIAA - Eraserhead Serenade (2008)
Sons of Silence - Golden Age of Men's Music (1996)
Depth Charge - Nine Deadly Venoms (1994)
Fuck Bootleg - Eleanor  (?)
Drew Dobbs - Eleanor Bates (90's)
Wax Audio - Blue Eleanor (2008)
Coma R - Michael Jackson vs Justin Timberlake (2008)
Twink - A Broken Record (2005)
Pierre Henri - Porte et un Soupir (reprise)(1963)

This show was broadcast on October 5th, 2009 at 8pm to Midnight.

Special Programming: Music playlist for 04/03/2009

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Special Programming: Music
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04/03/2009

The Kill Ugly RadioCultural Workers Collective stormed the air-room and took over from 10pm to Midnight in solidarity with our brothers and sisters in Airstrip One and the G-20 and NATO Summit actions.

(Artist - Title - Album)
Walter Murch/George Lucas - What's Wrong?/On the Job - THX-1138 OST
UK News Report on the G-20 protests - Sky News
Muslimgauze -The Muslim City - Rape of Palestine
G-20 Summit Protests Turn Violent - YouTube video
DJ Spooky - System Error - Al-Yamameh Mix
Police Attack Climate Camp - London Indymedia - Link
Coldcut - Everything's Under Control - Everything's Under Control 12"
G-20 Protest on Bicycles - London Indymedia - Link
Black Lung - Joyful Slaughter of Capitalist Pigs - Depopulation Bomb
Venetian Snares - Americanized - Infolepsy EP
Black Lung - The More Confusion... The More Profit - Depopulation Bomb
Alabama 3 - Mao Tse Tung Said - Exile on Coldharbor Lane
Coldcut - Everything's Under Control (Remix) - Everything's Under Control 12"
Crass - Big A, Little A - Best Before 1984
Attila the Stockbroker - New World Order Rap - www.attilathestockbroker.com
Blackhouse - Remember Who Took the Fall - Holy War
Fun Da Mental - Sliced Lead - Erotic Terrorism
KMFDM - Der Mussolini - Ruck Zuck
Morgan Fisher, et al. - Band 5 - Miniatures
John Lilly - Cogitate - E.C.C.O.
The Orb - High Noon - The Dream
Thomas Hood - Atmos - Fear of Atmos
Spin-17 - Pebbles & Bam-Bam/D 'N' B Skratch!/Aria - Spin-17
Eugene Chadbourne - Insane - He Is Insane
Brizbomb - 080711FT02 - 0807 (3" CD)
Walter Cronkite - Side One - Man on the Moon
No Soap Radio - Old Radio - Best of No Soap Radio
Starlight Children's Chorus - ET, I Love You - ET, I Love You & Other Extra-Terrestrial Songs

Several tracks towards the latter half of the show were played simultaneously, so they are listed here in rough chronological order.

Special Programming: Music playlist for 03/26/2009

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Special Programming: Music
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03/26/2009
ArtistTitleAlbumLabelLink
Walter MurchWhat's Wrong?THX-1138 OST
Walter MurchTrial and PunishmentTHX-1138 OST
John LillyCogitateE.C.C.O
Laswell/NamlookSamiraPsychonavigation 4
Douglas RushkoffCapitalMedia Squat
Laswell/NamlookEntib 2060Psychonavigation 4
Mike DavisSocialist perspective on ObamaBill Moyers show
AutomatonIntersection PointJihad - Points of Order
Noam Chomskyon the economyThe Real Newstinyurl.com
LaibachWirtschaft is TotKapitalMute
LaibachWirtschaft is Tot -Late Night MixAnthemsMute
George HarrisonBrainwashedBrainwashed
Jim LarranceAmerica's Musical Frontier HeritageCut-Up Sound
GrotusGood EveningSlow Motion Apocalypse
unknownGrades of Beed explained
How It's MadeHow Bacon is MadeYouTubetinyurl.com
Jim LarranceGrab Bag '97Cut-Up Sound
John ZornLitany I, II, IIISix Litanies for HeliogabulasTzadik
HeintjiAba Heidschi BumbeidschiGerman Hits 1968
Carlo Brunner & Phil MetlerAba Heidschi Bumbeidschi
Camille SauvageRequiem pour SatanFantasmagories
Anton LaVeyPrologueSatanic Bible
Camille SauvageRhapsody pour BelphagorFantasmagories
Morgan FisherBand 6Miniatures
Contemporary CasualsCode RedBest of Contemporary Casualsunabomb
CassetteboyDirt SlugThe Parker Tapes
CassetteboyFly Me to New YorkThe Parker Tapes
Starlight Children's ChorusE.T. I Love YouE.T., I Love You & Other Extra-Terrestrial Songs For Children

Econopocalypse Lost - or, Spend Half as Much - Get Twice As Much.

A mix of speakers on the economy and it's supposed recovery. What's to come? Will the economy recover under the Obama adminstration and it'll be back to normal again? Free to use your home equity to leverage essential purchases like Wave-Runners and 100 inch televisions? Or, will it lead to economic chaos and - hopefully - small, local cooperative economic systems?

We hear Douglas Rushkoff on capital and where it came from and maybe where it's going. We hear Socialist professor Mike Davis speaking on Obama being called a socialist by the mainstream punditry and - of course - MIT Professor Noam Chomsky in a freeform mix-down. Spend twice as much, get half as much.

We also heard some John Zorn, some new material from KBOO's Jim Larrence and we pay homage to Satan with Camille Sauvage and Anton LaVey.

Special Programming: Music playlist for 03/12/2009

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03/12/2009
ArtistTitleAlbumLabelLink
Walter MurchWhat's Wrong?THX-1138 OST
EsquivelWhatchamacallit?
DJ SpookyMarcel DuchampSound UnboundSubrosa
DJ SpookyRene MagritteSound Unbound
DJ SpookyAnthony BraxtonSound Unbound
Fred FrithRegardless of RainStep Across the BorderESD
Steve BeresfordStar TrekTV? Mais, Oui!Chabada
Steve BeresfordQue Sera, Sera11 Songs for Doris DayChabada
Tapani VarisGammal BröllopspolskaJew's HarpKansanmusiikki-instituutti
Steve BeresfordM.A.S.H.TV? Mais, Oui!Chabada
KsiężycMijanaKsiężyc
DJ SpookyMaster Musicians of JoujoukaSound Unbound
Bruce W. HodgesLive in the studioThe E.J.H.CD Babykboo.fm
Nurse With WoundCooloorta MoonSugar Fish DrinkUnited Dairies
Angry SamoansNot of this EarthBest of New Wave TheaterBoot
Killer PussyPocket PoolBest of New Wave Theater
CopernicusFrom BacteriaVictim Of The SkyNevermore, Inc.
The FallH.O.W.Seminal LiveBeggar's Banquet
The FallHow I Wrote Elastic ManPalace of Swords ReversedRough Trade
The FallDead Beat DescendantSeminal LiveBeggar's Banquet
The FallOh Brother!Wonderful and Frightening World of the FallBeggars Banquet
The FallLeave the CapitolSlates EPRough Trade
Sudden InfantSomnifobiaPsychotic EinzelkindBlossoming Noise
Robert Fripp and the League of Crafty GuitaristsGuitar Craft Theme IGuitar Craft Live 1985DGM
BBC Radiophonics WorkshopThe Alchemists of SoundBBCYouTube clipwww.youtube.com
BBC Radiophonics WorkshopThe 4th DimensionThe 4th DimensionBBC
DJ SpookyEdgard VareseSound Unbound
The Suburban LawnsMy JanitorThe Best of New Wave Theaterboot
Jim LarranceOld RadioBest of No Soap Radio
Nurse With Wound and StereolabExploding Head MovieCrumb DuckUnited Dairies

I had Portland musician Bruce W. Hodges in the studio and also played some tunes that have been reverberating through my head since my last show.

I played some Steve Beresford 10" eps that someone left in my mailbox and some Nurse With Wound, DJ Spooky, an unpronounceable Polish Post-Punk band and more bits from the late, great Peter Ivors' wonderful TV show New Wave Theatre, a liberal dose of Manchester institution The Fall and also explored some of The BBC Radiophonic Workshop's mysterious history.

Special Programming: Music playlist for 02/13/2009

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02/13/2009
ArtistTitleAlbumLabelLink
The CrampsLonesome TownGravest HitsIRS
The CrampsGarbage ManSongs the Lord Taught UsIRS
The CrampsGoo Goo MuckPsychedelic JungleIRS
The CrampsThe Way I WalkLucky 13Bootleg
The CrampsThe Most Exhalted Potentate of LoveSmell of FemaleEnigma
The CrampsSometimes Good Guys Don't Wear WhiteCramps Totally Destroy SeattleBootleg
The Cramps5 Years Ahead of My TimeCramps Totally Destroy SeattleBootleg
The CrampsNew Kind of KickBad Music for Bad PeopleIRS
The CrampsSurfin' DeadReturn of the Living Dead OSTEnigma
The CrampsLove MeBad Music For Bad PeopleIRS
The CrampsCan't Hardly Stand ItBad Music For Bad PeopleIRS
The CrampsTV SetSongs the Lord Taught UsIRS
The CrampsJackyard Backoff(Demo)- How to Make a MonsterVengeance
The CrampsUltra TwistFlame JobMedicine
The CrampsLike a bad Girl ShouldBig Beat from BadsvilleEpitaph
The CrampsYou Got Good TasteSmell of FemaleEnigma
The CrampsLet's Get Fucked UpFlame JobMedicine
The CrampsDames, Booze, Chains and BootsLook Mom, No Head!Restless
The CrampsCan Your Pussy Do the Dog?12" SingleBig Beat
The CrampsWFMU Interview - 10/24/04Fool's ParadiseWFMUblogfiles.wfmu.org
The CrampsI Was a Teenage WerewolfSongs the Lord Taught UsIRS
The CrampsDrug TrainBad Music For Bad PeopleIRS
The CrampsWFMU Interview - 10/24/04Fool's ParadiseWFMU
The CrampsThe Mad DaddySongs the Lord Taught UsIRS
The CrampsUranium RockBad Music For Bad PeopleIRS
The FranticsStraight FlushRock N' Roll Guitar Classics
The CrampsCreature from the Black Leather LagoonStay SickEnigma
The CrampsShe SaidBad Music For Bad PeopleIRS
The CrampsEverything Goes (Demo)- How to Make a MonsterVengeance
The CrampsInterview, French TVRennes 1986YouTube Clipwww.youtube.com
The CrampsHow Far Can Too Far Go?A Date With ElvisNew Rose
The CrampsGeorgia Lee BrownCan Your Pussy Do the Dog?Big Beat
The CrampsPeople Ain't No GoodA Date With ElvisNew Rose
The CrampsDo the ClamRockinandreelininAucklandNewZealandVengeance
The CrampsHot Pool of Woman NeedA Date With ElvisNew Rose

Post-Mortem Cramps on Feb. 12th, from 10pm to Midnight

"Hey I'm on my way, on a journey out of this world..."

~Lux Interior (10.21.46 - 2.4.09)

I played lots of music from The Cramps long, illustrious career, including some rarities and well-loved vinyl treats.

I got a lot of nice calls; one from a guy who said he was in a garage full of bike mechanics who were digging the tunes and some even from people who had never heard The Cramps before and liked it.

I'll miss Lux and somehow the world without the possibility of new Cramps records seems unthinkable.

So long, Lux and thanks for all the happy memories and here's hoping Ivy continues on in the mission in some way.

Special Programming: Music playlist for 01/23/2009

Categories:
Program name: 
Special Programming: Music
Air date: 
01/23/2009
ArtistTitleAlbumLabelLink
Martin Luther King Jr.Predictions of a Black PresidentBBC clip, 1964news.bbc.co.uk
Walter MurchWhat's Wrong?THX-1138 OST
300,000 V.K.Cassini-Huyens MissionTitanMute
Barack ObamaInauguration Speech1/20/09YouTube clip (multiple, simultaneously)www.youtube.com
Noam Chomskyon ObamaFrontline USA-Al-Jazeera, 6/20/08Youtube clipwww.youtube.com
Buddha MachinePiano Loops (X3)
Pepsi Co.Obama-esque Pepsi advertRefresh 2009!YouTube Videowww.youtube.com
Noam ChomskyObama cabinet choicesYouTube Videowww.youtube.com
Air Force OneBush Flying away1/20/09Videowww.boingboing.net
DJ ManRichInaugurama Ambient MixMixed live during the inaugurationuglyradio.wordpress.com
CassetteboyObama RemixThe Times UKVideo clipwww.timesonline.co.uk
SteinskiNone Shall Be Afraid1/21/09Online downloadsteinski.com
Elizabeth AlexanderPraise Song for the Day1/20/09www.nytimes.com
DJ ManRichPraise Poem Dice n' SliceRePLAYER
Fatty Jubbo"A Precious Poem"1/21/09WFMU's Blogblog.wfmu.org
Rokhausen"Praise-Song For Tomorrow"1/21/09WFMU's Blogblog.wfmu.org
Vince Hatfield vs DJ ManRichGeorge Bush for Our USA (Deliverance Mix)Please Come to BostonAs Casual Contemporariestunesdaily.com
MinistryNo WHouses of the MoleSanctuary
MSNBCGeorge Bush Boo'd at the Inauguration1/2/09tpzoo.wordpress.com
The George Bush SingersEmbetterment! Ingrinable!Songs in the Key of WOglio Records
Explosions in the SkyYour Hand in MineThe Earth Is Not a Cold Dead PlaceTemporary Residence
George W. BushAfterwardBushspeak: The Curious Wit & Wisdom Of George W. BushShout! Factory
Jim LarranceBush on the Bailout12/14/08Cutupsound.blogspot.comwww.box.net
Simon BoswellEverything is Under ControlHardware OSTVarèse Sarabande
Kitten SparklesSt. Francis EPsychic TV Presents Ultrahouse - The L.A. Connection
Francis E. Dec, Esq.Rant #5en.wikipedia.org
John ZornAlmadelThe CrucibleTzadik
John ZornShapeshiftingThe CrucibleTzadik
John ZornMaleficiaThe CrucibleTzadik
John Zorn9x9The CrucibleTzadik
Method of DefianceHoliday In GuantanamoOnly Way to Go is DownSublight Records
Starlight Children's ChorusE.T., I Love YouE.T., I Love You & Other Extra-Terrestrial Songs For ChildrenKid's Stuff

I subbed for The Seamstress of Sound last Thursday evening and spent the night remixing and disassembling the inauguration and anything else that I came across.

We said goodbye to George, listened to bad poetry, some frightening and shockingly bigoted schizophrenic ranting from Francis E. Dec and played some of the new(ish) John Zorn album The Crucible.

 

Special Programming: Music playlist for 01/09/2009

Program name: 
Special Programming: Music
Air date: 
01/09/2009
ArtistTitleAlbumLabelLink
DJ SpookyGhost in the Shell excerpt/Mercan Dede "Sahname"/Arundhati RoySystem Errorwww.djspooky.com
Lalo SchifrinWhat's Wrong?THX-1138 OST
MuslimgauzeShadow of the WestThe Rape of PalestineSoleilmoon
Brian EnoStop the Gaza Massacre Rally01/03/09YouTube Videowww.youtube.com
Claire ShortStop the Gaza Massacre Rally01/03/09YouTube Videowww.youtube.com
MuslimgauzeThe Muslim CityThe Rape of PalestineSoleilmoon
unknownRamadan with CrowbarRadio Palestine: Sounds of the Eastern MediterraneanSublime Frequencies
Bianca JaggerStop the Gaza Massacre Rally01/03/09YouTube Videowww.youtube.com
MuslimgauzeA NationThe Rape of PalestineSoleilmoon
Alexei Sayle (Young Ones!)Stop the Gaza Massacre Rally01/03/09YouTube Videowww.youtube.com
MuslimgauzeWays of FaithThe Rape of PalestineSoleilmoon
British GovernmentThe Importance of Your RadioProtect and Survive (UK)YouTube videowww.youtube.com
unknownSolitaire OrientalRadio Palestine: Sounds of the Eastern MediterraneanSoleilmoon
The StoogesTV EyeFunhouseElecktrauglyradio.wordpress.com
The Black PopeI'm a Human Radio StationAudio Oddities
unBuddha Machine Loop Trio
RIAAEraserhead SerenadeMashed in Plasticwww.kboo.org
Sudden InfantSomniphobiaPsychotic EinzelkindBlossoming Noise
Big City OrchestraUntitledThanks for Sharingwww.ubuibi.org
BrizLive in the studiobrizbomb.com
BrizInterview
From here on it gets dicey...
BrizOscillators, delays, Shortwave radio, tapes
J & H ProductionsThe J & H Productions Tape360 Days Project
People Like Usvarious tracks...Abridged Too Farwfmu.org
Optigan Corp.Optigon recording session tapesunknown
Riichiro ManabeHedorah Comes AshoreGodzilla vs Hedorah OSTSilva Screen Records
Walter MurchVarious samplesTHX-1138
Erik SatiePart 2: Tapestry of Wrought Iron ChairFurniture Music
Genesis P. Orridge and Astrid MonroeEshu Yes YouWhen I Was YoungImportant
Cranio Facial AbsorbtionIsolrubin B.K.Crash Injury TraumaSoleilmoon
E.T. I Love YouStarlight Children's ChorusE.T., I Love You & Other Extra-Terrestrial Songs For ChildrenKid's Stuff

On Friday night, from 10pm to Midnight, we were delighted to have on special guest noise artist Briz, who played a live set of drone/ambient sounds with his mysterious array of gadgetry.

You can find out more about his various projects at http://brizbomb.com/

You can listen to Briz's performance and Interview here.

He was also kind enough to stay for an interview and perform throughout the remainder of the show while I spun discs, samples and other mayhem.

Fun show. It's almost impossible to list all the sounds we played, but I have a rough transcription posted below Briz's performance in the list.

You can revisit this show in its entirety off-site at my blog Kill Ugly Radio.

 

Special Programming: Music playlist for 12/01/2008

Program name: 
Special Programming: Music
Air date: 
12/01/2008
ArtistTitle
Tin Hat TrioThe Last Cowboy
Tin Hat TrioRubies Pearls and Emeralds
Tin Hat TrioManmoth
Explosions in the SkyTo West Texas
A Silver Mount ZionBlown-Out Joy From Heaven's Mercied Hole
TalkdemonicBlack Wood Crimson
TalkdemonicMarch Movement
Strangers Die Every DayRomanticism
Sigur RosBa Ba Ti Ki Di Do
TortiseDear Grandma and Grandpa
Sigur RosBa Ba Ti Ki Di Do
TortiseDjed
M83In Church
TalkdemonicCivilian
Do Make Say ThinkA Tender History in Rust
Do Make Say ThinkHer Story of Glory
ClogsPitasi
Caribou
CaribouBees
Dirty ThreeIndian Love Song

Marc guests hosts with live mixing of a selection of experimental rock genres: jazz, post-rock, folktronic, chamber rock, minimalist and more.

 

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