Rhubarb Cake, 10/8/01, 9 AM-noon on WFMU hosted by Douglas what's vocalese for "anagram"? this show is archived here--listen! background: Takagi Masakatsu: Pia The Tape-beatles: America Is Confident I've been playing The Grand Delusion a lot lately Brian Eno & David Byrne: America Is Waiting "no no no no, we oughtta get mad at the government, not mad at the people" Fugazi: Full Disclosure Ornette Coleman: Trouble in the East from Crisis, the cover of which depicts the Bill of Rights going up in flames Charley Patton: High Water Everywhere, parts 1 & 2 it takes a worried man to sing a worried song Trumans Water: Rations "dirty rations lying on the floor," cf. the obvious Margo Guryan: The Hum fantastic wry little tune about Watergate Ofo the Black Company: Allah Wakbarr from that freakin' amazing Lagos '70s comp Brigette Fontaine: Y'a des Zazous she's holding up pretty well these days, I have to say Solex: Low Kick and Hard Bop Strangulated Beatoffs: That'll Be 200 Dollars, Ma'am plus Jandek: Killer Cats in the Caribbean plus Lu: Mood Elevator nobody's ever really investigated the possibility of a Jandek dance remix album, but I think it's about time Kebekelektric: Magic Fly '78 disco that's more than a little Plonelike Yeah Yeah Yeahs: Bang that's one hell of a riff you've got there Rufus Thomas: Funky Robot, pt. 1 Matthew Shipp: Select Mode #2 from his forthcoming heavily-electronic-dance-influenced album The Velvet Underground: Follow the Leader bizarre 17-minute dance jam from forthcoming live '69 set Kinski: Newport by listener request Bananarama: No Feelings yes, Bananarama sings the Sex Pistols! Lung Leg: Maid to Minx The Dismemberment Plan: Superpowers Greenpot Bluepot: National Post-College Anthem/Memorabilia of Pedophilia really really great homemade voice-and-keyboard LP Rob Hubbard: BMX Kidz Title Tune Vienna Art Orchestra: Reflections on Gnossienne #1 The Handsome Family: So Long their most depressing song ever, ergo THE most depressing song ever The Shaggs: Who Are Parents Thinking Fellers Union Local 282: Who Are Parents Kilopop!: Who Are Parents Jima: Who Are Parents Danielson Famile: Who Are Parents get the feeling somebody's acting in loco parentis these days? Ninian Hawick: Scottish Rite Temple Stomp my kiltmaker called and requested it, honest Koola Lobitos: Highlife Time Fela sings a chipper little good-time tune ABBA: Honey Honey strong candidate for happiest song of its happy decade Jackson 5: I'll Bet You also in the "inapposite covers" race--Michael sings Parliament! Warsaw: Leaders of Men Graeme Downes: Rock 'n' Roll Hero OOIOO: Open Your Eyes You Can Fly Betty Davis: Anti Love Song Reading: Bruce Sterling: What Next? Boredoms: 7 7 7 7 7 EYE turns it inside up on Rebore vol. 0 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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