Rhubarb Cake, 5/3/01, 9 AM-noon on WFMU hosted by Douglas sleet in summer, summer in sleet most of this show is archived here (though not the Verlaines set)--listen! background: Hazard: Wind Ida: Blizzard of '78 some people's idea of an outtake would be the pinnacle of others' careers The Chills: Jellyhead Q: How did a song this great go unrecorded? A: Martin Phillipps Suzi Quatro: I Wanna Be Your Man somebody got the message Steward: My True Friends Are Golden the flip side of extreme bitterness Submission Hold: Something Finer Tim Eriksen: Garden Hymn it's in the book, you could look it up Fennesz: C-Street an altogether new kind of guitarist Persons: If Music Be the Bowl of Love confusing, long, Shakespearean in a way Modest Mouse: Woodgrain confusing, very short, almost coughed Felix Kubin: Russian Robot in NY operating on outmoded tech spotlight on LINDA SMITH (whose recordings can now be found at http://www.homemademusic.com ): The Space Between the Buildings All I Did Gorgeous Weather Till Another Time In Love Put a Little Love in Your Heart All the Umbrellas in London The Real Miss Charlotte I So Liked Spring Fin de Fête Diana Froley: Reverse Honeymoon Yours Truly: Domesticated Something New! (remix by Arthur Loves Plastic) It Seems to Me THE VERLAINES live in Dunedin at the Otago Festival of the Arts, 10/12/00 (special thanks to KFJC): It Was Raining Jailhouse, 4:00 AM Lucky in My Dreams Blanket Over the Sky Heavy 33 Way Out Where Joed Out I Stare Out... Dippy's Last Trip Bird-Dog Dirge Ready to Fly Hanging By Strands Death and the Maiden Slow Sad Love Song Pyromanica The Ballad of Harry Noryb Lying In State 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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