Rhubarb Cake, 12/21/00, 9 AM-noon on WFMU hosted by Douglas law and fruitcake this show is archived here--listen! background: Charlemagne Palestine: Holy 1 & Holy 2 Papa M: Turn! Turn! Turn! all tingly Faust: J'ai Mal Aux Dents it really does sound like "Shemp Pal Buddha" The New Pornographers: The Slow Descent Into Alcoholism this album just doesn't stop The Pastels: Different Drum an eternal and unruinable kiss-off The Strokes: Last Nite appearing soon (like, the same day) on Terre T.'s show The Velvet Underground: Guess I'm Falling In Love listener called and asked what that cool instrumental was: yay! Pavement: Sue Me Jack another listener's favorite Pavement song, and just about mine Jacques Dutronc: Fais Pas Ci, Fais Pas Ça signs, signs, everywhere a sign Grandaddy: Alan Parsons In A Winter Wonderland I love requests National Lampoon: Kung Fu Christmas Christopher Guest, pt. 1 Spinal Tap: Christmas With The Devil Christopher Guest, pt. 2; new subgenre, pt. 1 James White: Christmas With Satan new subgenre, pt. 2 Klaus Nomi: Silent Night ca. 20 years ago, you know I'm a sucker for that stuff New Orleans Klezmer All-Stars: Struttin' With Some Doner Kabob one for the tribe Schema: We Think We're Sane could that be a ribbon I hear? Terre Thaemlitz: There was a girl/there was a boy INTERSEX this one knows whereof this one speaks Gary Lucas's Gods & Monsters with Jeff Buckley: Farewell Angelina my favorite thing on any of the WFMU comps Elliott Smith: Angel In The Snow an actual outtake from Roman Candle! The Aislers Set: Hey Lover in dead-on Marvelettes mode Albert Ayler: Heart Love that wonderful tone, now with added funk Dub Syndicate: Hi-Fi Gets A Pounding, pt. 3 just how serious a joke can get Neu!: Lila Engel doot DAH doot DAH dooDAH The Flaming Lips: White Xmas a demo they made for Tom Waits, in all quasi-seriousness Odes: Honey Gets Hard now why didn't she have an extensive solo career? MOLDY PEACHES in session at WFMU, 11/26/00 (eng. Jesse Cannon) Lucky #9 Lazy Confessions Greyhound Bus NYC's Like A Graveyard The Ballad of Helen Keller and Rip Van Winkle Downloading Porn With Davo These Burgers Are Crazy I Forgot Steak For Chicken Nothing Came Out Anyone Else But You On Top Who's Got The Crack Jorge Regula Goodbye Song What Went Wrong Moldy Peaches are: Kimya Dawson (vocals) Adam Green (vocals, "acoustic" guitar) Jack Dishel (guitar) Brent Cole (drums) --contact them at email@example.com! Millie Jackson: Go Out & Get Some (Get It Out'cha System) convincing pro-cheating song The Naysayer: I'm Not Proud contrite post-cheating song Paul & Laura: Jólatré could it be about a tree? The Delgados: The Choices You've Made the more I listen, the more it sounds like psychological warfare Lol Coxhill/Phil Minton/Noel Akchoté: The Christmas Song (late version) and to all a good, uh, whatever 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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