Rhubarb Cake, 10/12/00, 9 AM-noon on WFMU hosted by Douglas tender words, tendered this show is archived here--listen! background: Heavy Flute Sun City Girls: I Wanna Go To The Moon/Chameleon 2000 putting the Sun back in Sun Ra, sorta Robyn Hitchcock & the Egyptians: I'm Only You Alemayehu Eshete: Techero Atari Negn the hardest JB funk Ethiopia '71 could tender J Church: Ivy League College yay-close to actionably close to "Louie Louie" Jack O' Fire: The Container Drivers taking the Fall back to their nonexistent blues roots Inflatable Boy Clams: Skeletons who the hell, exactly, were they? DJ Sushi: Devastating Devastator Ladytron: He Took Her To A Movie (remix Bertrand) what happens to Kraftwerk after you get a few cognacs in them reading: Alastair Crowley, reading his own "The Poet" (happy 125th b'day!) Lisa Marr Experiment: Another Night Lee Fields & the Explorers: I'm The Man a schism in the soul, but he's got enough to go around Ixna: Mi Ne Parolas fabulous Esperanto electro--again, who were they? The Duplex Players: Picnic Ape (Version) the Duplex Planet crew covers the Incredible Casuals Barry Harris: Pannonica tack-piano Monk, elegant and sticky Jessamine: Your Head Is So Small It's Like A Little Light their one unmitigated classic, and you have to unscrew the package OVAL live in session at WFMU 9/22/00 (eng. Jesse Cannon) this time we got it right--a bunch of new untitled pieces played by Markus Popp and his PowerBook (with a WFMU mousepad for extra local flava) Laura Cantrell: Not The Tremblin' Kind (Peel session version) CIRCLE live in session at WFMU 9/22/00 (eng. Jesse Cannon) Jussi Lahtisalo: bass Jyrki Laiho: guitar Teemu Elo: guitar Teemu Niemelä: keyboards Janne Peltomäki: drums they played a continuous 23-minute medley: Rautasilta/Scotch/Taantumus/Kultaa Johnny Cash: I See A Darkness singing (and singing with) Will Oldham, will wonders never cease Confetti: Here Again somebody has to be the Young Marble Giants at any given moment Archie Shepp: Money Blues New Bomb Turks: Ally Smile Iron Lung: Caspar Weinberger's On Fire as if their grammar has been replaced by somebody else's Printed Circuit: Gimme Aibo The Fall: Oswald Defense Lawyer (live) new live disc is exactly like Seminal Live, except good--very Ivan Seal & Benedict Drew: Cacophone something's terribly wrong, in a good way Third Point: Majestic Soul post-schism quasi-JB's, encore questions? mail me! if you'd like to get these playlists (and upcoming session announcements) emailed to you every week, subscribe!
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