Rhubarb Cake, 4/19/01, 9 AM-noon on WFMU

hosted by Douglas

not far; not hard to reach

this show is archived here--listen!

background: Oleum: Aural Lubrication

Destroyer: The Bad Arts
   mean intellectual mistreater

Frank Black: I Heard Ramona Sing
Thee Headcoatees: Swallow My Pride
Nutley Brass: Chinese Rock
The Vidalias: Questioningly
Hüsker Dü: Sheena Is a Punk Rocker

No Means No: Beat on the Brat
Helen Love: Joey Ramoney
The Residents: We're A Happy Family/Bali Ha'i
Phono-Comb: 53rd & 3rd
Skandalous All-Stars: I Wanna Be Sedated

Phantom Surfers & Davie Allan: Sheena Was A Punk Rocker (sic)
Sonic Youth: Loudmouth/I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You/Today Your Love,
Tomorrow The World
Yo La Tengo: Blitzkrieg Bop
Thee Headcoats: Pinhead
Thee Headcoatees: Pinhead

The Nutley Brass: Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment
Sleater-Kinney: I Wanna Be Your Joey Ramone
Lazy Cowgirls: Carbona Not Glue
Ronnie Spector: She Talks to Rainbows
Godchildren of Soul: Rockaway Beach

Scotty: Draw Your Brakes
   how do you stop a jabbering train?
Juno: High Noon
   recreated at a remove from the source
Billy Garner: Brand New Girl
   most promising first two seconds I've heard lately
OOIOO: Oizumio
   on like a train
The Du-Tels: Crawlspace
   or: Tantra for Tots

Art Ensemble of Chicago: Rock Out
   after a fashion
Bill Black's Combo: Do It--Rat Now
   possessive, not necessarily inclusive
Pekinska Patka: Bilaje tako lepa
Speed the Plough: Veszprém
   you got to feel to feel
Ted Leo: St. John the Divine
   my fave rock song of the year so far

La Posesie B: Sexe, Amour, Poésie dans la chambre
   anything's clean if you can't understand it
Blek Ink: Scars in the Sky/Strákurina Fór Heim
   anything's dirty if you can't understand it

o.blaat recorded in session at WFMU 4/4/01 (engineered by Jesse Cannon)

Memphis Jug Band: Rukus Juiece and Chittlin'
   having a party, a rocknroll party too early
The Now Time Delegation: Bert's Apple Crumble
   soul band with a fuzzbox
David Mahler: A Chorale that Ludvig Lindeman Wrote
   the previous phrase is dubiously true
Micromars: Spatial Localization
The Oranges Band: All the Ghosts in Your House

Sideshow: The Cage
   if rattling doesn't work, try stroking
Tim Buckley: Sally Go 'Round the Roses
   allegations of something
Sheila Chandra with the Ganges Orchestra
   glad to see she's gone the weirdo-experimento route
American Cherry: Night and Day
   degree of self-consciousness, question mark?
Polysics: Buggie Technica

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