Rhubarb Cake, 11/16/00, 9 AM-noon on WFMU hosted by Douglas otherwise engaged this show is archived here--listen! background: Moka [woman]: Cyclic President Reagan denies weapons sales to Iran great lies-on-tape of the 20th Century Michael Kasberg: Now Reagan's In Charge ambivalent yet earnest song-poem setting The May Day Singers: In The 80's (Whatchu Gonna Do) disco cries for armed revolution in the streets went unheeded Split Enz: History Never Repeats oh, let's hope that's the case The Gentle Waves: Falling From Grace Isobel of Belle & Sebastian getting all gentle... Margo Guryan: Sun ...and a marvelous '60s songwriter anticipating her by 32 years Lilys: The Any Several Sundays as in the Apples viewed through a messed-up kaleidoscope R.D. Burman: Dum Maro Dum very similar bass sound, I think Johnnie Taylor: Sixteen Tons source of the sample from Roxanne Shante's "Brothers Ain't Shit" !!!: The Feelgood Hit Of The Fall best jitterfunk band anywhere (um, where are they...?) Paul "Earthquake" Pena: Kargyraa Moan the song that won this American the Tuvan throat-singing contest Deltron 3030: Positive Contact see, it's supposed to be like a movie and stuff Melt-Banana: Lost In Mirror my vote for most interestingly produced album this year Betty Wright: Baby Sitter part of her series about losing one's man to domestic help, no kidding Rory McLeod: Love Like A Rock (In A Stormy Sea) fabulous little near-acappella piece BOREDOMS: R-E-B-O-R-E 369 Vol. 1: Dysfunctional Monster Jam U.N.K.L.E. remix the 'Doms for 46 incredible minutes Moldy Peaches: Lazy Confessions somewhere between Run-D.M.C. and the Captain and Tennille Mecca Normal: Rose always a tonic in small amounts The Delgados: No Danger (Kids' Choir) watch for them on a forthcoming Rhubarb Cake live set! BRATMOBILE live in session at WFMU, 10/16/00 (engineered by Jesse Cannon) Not In Dog Years Gimme Brains It's Common (But We Don't Talk About It) Eating Toothpaste Cheap Trick Record Well You Wanna Know What? Flavor Of The Month Club '90s Nomad Come Hither Cool Schmool note: the "pottymouth" version of this session will appear on a forthcoming installment of the Dirty Duck Lena Horne: It's All Right With Me yeah, we bet it is Circle: Stimulance set up a pattern, then just keep it going Carolyn Hume/Paul May: Pet Moth see above, in a very different way The Polly Shang Kuan Band no song title; see above, in a very different way still Marion Williams: Hare Krishna of the songs I would've expected to hear her sing, this is not one of them The Bevis Frond: Old School Rock right on, hippie dreamer Die Trip Computer Die: We Are Your Friends yeah, we bet they are, except they sort of are 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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