Rhubarb Cake, 11/9/00, 9 AM-noon on WFMU hosted by Douglas If I had a cookie this show is archived here--listen! background: Reijseger/Purves: Cellotape & Scotchtape Lesley Gore: I Don't Wanna Be A Loser sending a subliminable message Nick Lowe: American Squirm I think we can all sympathize Solex: The Cutter so she did ditch the last verse! Amazing Echo & the Bunnymen cover Hüsker Dü: Masochism World I think we can all sympathize The Mountain Goats: Family Happiness the madder he gets, the more fun he gets !!!: The Step party peo-ple, party peo-ple... Basement 5: Paranoia Claustrophobia, pt. 2 no wonder people thought they were PIL in disguise Welton Irie: Black Man Get Up Tan Up Pon Foot if you babble long enough you will eventually speak profound truth Die Trip Computer Die: Nemesis if you avoid drowning in confusion you will learn to breathe it Jun Togawa: Because The Night more Patti than Patti! Lewis Reed: Merry-Go-Round Unca Lou was very young once, too Alternative TV: There Goes My Date With Doug come on, could I resist the title? no! Eugene Chadbourne & the Insect & Western Party: Lacewing Invasion of Nova Scotia "allows the horn player to solo over two simultaneous sets of chord changes" Millie Jackson: A Moment's Pleasure for the first time in her life, she has absolutely nothing to say Mieskuoro Huutajat: Starspangled Banner "but first, our national anthem" STEWARD live in session at WFMU 10/16/00 (engineered by Jesse Cannon) West Riding House Towpath Legacy, pt. 2 The Day I Kicked Away the Bankroll Poised for Great Things You Can't Fuck With Nature Bad Digital Boogie I Spent My Money Too Quickly I Feel Glove [Steward: Hello Kitty guitar, vocal; Scoops: guitar] Solomon Burke: Maggie's Farm a little preview of Thanksgiving's Dylan-cover spotlight Sun Ra: Where Pathways Meet getting reasonably funky in '78 Stephan Eicher: Nice Liliput really were big in Switzerland Lyres: Help You Ann their graytest hitt! Gai/Jin: M.O.D. Theme videogame/extreme rock guitar fusion!(!) Moldy Peaches: Jorge Regula and yes, kids, they're LO-CAL! Go see them! I'm gonna! The Aluminum Group: Sermon to the Frogs I imagine they mean the ones from Wisconsin The Igloos: Octopus New Wave looked back to Syd for inspiration, especially on Fresh Adult: Nausea some electro is not as gentle as all that reading by Debbie Allen: Zora Neale Hurston: How It Feels To Be Colored Me DAT POLITICS live in session for WFMU 9/11/00 (self-engineered) four guys from Lille, France, their laptops, and no titles! Hot Sauce: I'll Kill A Brick (About My Man) what? Mark Robinson: Volunteers Conquering Fires one note at a time Bonnie Bramlett: Think labeled as "Think (About It)," which is in fact a totally different song Long Hind Legs: Return To Me the new wave of, uh, new wave Lois: Long Time Gone oh so sweet! oh so sad! oh so good! Jon Rose: How I Ruined The Country there's more than one way, you know Ellen Foley: Torchlight the missing link between Meat Loaf and the Clash--not metaphorical Jeanne Lee/Ran Blake: Laura as lovely as Doug said 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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