Rhubarb Cake, 3/8/01, 9 AM-noon on WFMU

hosted by Douglas


this show is archived here--listen!

background: Mute Beat: In Dub

Machine: There But For The Grace Of God Go I
   August Darnell tells a morality story w/ fab chords

Television: Marquee Moon (live)
   as they grease up the good old gears
Calypso King and the Soul Investigators: Damper Down Popcorn
   many masks, but all translucent

Ninian Hawick: Scottish Rite Temple Stomp
   more records should have electronics + bagpipes + fuzzboxes + tunes
She's-A-Wild: Donner Party
   awful band name, and no points for the topic either, but nifty
Quasi: Which Side Are You On, Colonel?
   speaking of Donner Party survivors
Muslimgauze: Mumbai Dook
   hammering so hard--got quite a few what-the-heck-was-THAT reactions

Bukka White: When Can I Change My Clothes
   I often feel that way by Thursday mornings myself
Sex Clark Five: You Left The Lights On In Your Eyes
   had the basic idea of GBV a few years too early
Eater: My Business
   barely pubescent proto-Oi!; reputedly still together, sorta
Mambo Taxi: Do You Always Dress Like That In Front Of Other People's Boyfriends?
   sometimes the venom just spurts out on its own
Headbutt: Do You Always Dress Like That In Front Of Other People's Boyfriends?
   like a rusty spring in a piano that finally snaps upward

Sun Ra: The Magic City
   that's what it says on the sign over the gate to Birmingham, folks

Tyrone Schmidling: You're Gone I'm Left
   not sure if I believe the origin story, but this is a juicy hack
Fennesz: Green
   an argument that it itself is a lie
386DX: Should I Stay Or Should I Go
   hey, obsolete MIDI chips like classic rock radio too!
Thee Stash: Should I Suck Or Should I Blow
   and so does Wildman Billy Childish!

Little Beaver: Money Vibrations
   bzz got the funk, who'zz got the funk
John Oswald: Alien Chasm Jock
   your butt is butt is butt is butt is butt is mine... legally
King Tubby: Executioner Dub
   cap'n, the engines canna take the strain

THE NEW PORNOGRAPHERS in session at WFMU, 2/19/01 (engineered by Irene Trudel)
   The Slow Descent Into Alcoholism
   The Body Says No
   There She Goes (fragment) [The La's]
   To Wild Homes
   Throw Her Away and Get a New One [Sparks]
   Walk A Thin Line [Fleetwood Mac]
   Mystery Hours
   Execution Day

Kit Clayton: Impetigo
The Shins: New Slang
The Clientele: Joseph Cornell
Wwwax: Pumpkin
Leroy Jenkins: Computer Minds

The Teens: Gimme Gimme Gimme Gimme Gimme Your Love
   yesterday's demanding youth are today in synch
Robochanman: Consumer Musume
   pink noise is cleansing and friendly to your speakers
Scratch Pet Land: Baudoux Bobo
   just whiff it off

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