Mon, 02/18/2013 - 8:00pm - 10:00pm
pResident's Day Special
This Monday on A Different Nature, we'll have a pResident's Day Special, with the music of San Francisco legends The Residents, currently celebrating 40 years of anonymous fame.
We'll also have an interview with a gentleman who's been with the group from the start. Homer Flynn has been the artistic and creative director, spokesperson and eyeball wrangler from the band's infancy. We'll have all kinds of questions for Mr. Flynn, as well as getting to the bottom of a four-decade long KBOO rumor.
Plus, Residents songs both familiar and rare.
The Residents are appearing later in the week, on Friday the 22nd, at The Hawthorne Theater.
Hope you can tune in!
Here's the playlist:
Track - Album - Year
Boots - Meet The Residents - 1974
Numb Erone - Meet The Residents
Guylum Bardot - Meet The Residents
Breath And Length - Meet The Residents
Consuelo's Departure - The Residents
Smelly Tongues - Meet The Residents
Satisfaction - 7" - 1976
Constantinople - Duck Stab EP - 1978
Six Things to a Cycle: Part 1 - Fingerprince [Tourniquet Of Roses] - 1977
Six Things to a Cycle: Part 2 - Fingerprince
Six Things to a Cycle: Part 3 - Fingerprince
INTERVIEW pt.1 Homer Flynn
The Festival of Death - Eskimo - 1979
A Spirit Steals a Child - Eskimo
Easter Woman - The Commercial Album - 1980
Perfect Love - The Commercial Album
Picnic Boy - The Commercial Album
INTERVIEW pt.2 Homer Flynn
Diskomo - Diskomo (EP) - 1980
In San Francisco - V.A.-Subterranean Modern - 1979
Dumbo, The Clown (Who Loved Christmas) - V.A.-Subterranean Modern
Would We Be Alive (intermission) - Mark Of The Mole - 1981
Intro: Live At The Appolo - George & James - 1984
I'll Go Crazy: Live At The Appolo - George & James
Try Me: Live At The Appolo - George & James
Think: Live At The Appolo - George & James
Harry The Head - Freak Show - 1990
INTERVIEW pt.3 Homer Flynn
Burn Baby Burn - Roadworms - 2000
Demons Dance Alone [Radio Edit] - Demons Dance Alone - 2002
The Bunny Boy - The Bunny Boy - 2008
Wonderful - Demons Dance Alone, Live