Irene Trudel on WFMU 91.1 FM
Mondays 3-6 pm
January 5, 1998: Yazbek rips up the keys


*Denotes something from my collection

*Neblung Price"Little Crowns"/ "Docile Lads"/ "Walkabout"The Savage Songs of Neblung Price
*Those Guys"In a Molecule"demo
The Waitresses"No Guilt"King Biscuit Flour Hour (Live at My Father's Place, Roslyn, NY)
*Captain Beefheart and his Magic Band"Bill's Corpse"/ "Sweet Sweet Bulbs" /"Neon Meate Dream of a Octofish" /"China Pig"Trout Mask Replica

*The Who"Mary Anne with the Shaky Hands" /"Odorono" /"Tattoo" /"Our Love Was"The Who Sell Out
*The Beach Boys"God Only Knows" (stereo remix) /"Wouldn't It Be Nice" (tracking session)Pet Sounds box set
*Dots Will Echo"I Love Her Shoes"Get Your Hands Off My Modem, You Weasel!

Live Performance by Yazbek

(David Yazbek: vocals, keyboards, songwriter /Chris Smylie: bass, vocals /Dean Sharenow: drums, vocals)

  • "You'll Still Love Me"
  • "Clean"
  • "One Layer"
  • "No More"
  • CD: "You Are Here" co-written and performed with Andy Partridge (XTC)
  • CD: "Tomorrow"
  • "Schmuck"
  • "Never Know"
  • "Dig a Hole"
To find out more about Yazbek and his soon-to-be-released album, "Tock", click here

*Yazbek"In Love With It" /"Here Come the Ducks"Tock
*Love Camp 7"The Surfer Drowns"Conspiracy of the Flowers
*Teenage Fanclub"I Don't Care"Songs from Northern Britain
*The New Colony 6"Come and Give Your Love to Me"Attacking a Straw Man
*The Family Tree"Slippin' Thru My Fingers" /"Nine to Three" /"Lesson Book Life" /"Nickelodeon Music" /"Miss Butters (The Underture)"Miss Butters

The Green Pajamas"Stand in the LightBook of Hours
*The Rooks"Colors"demo
*Agnelli and Rave"Dreamin' After the Movies"demo
*XTC"The Meeting Place"Skylarking
Mark Eitzel"Atico 18"Caught in a Trap and I Can't Back Out 'Cause I Love You Too Much, Baby

Lazy Smoke"Salty People"Corridor of Faces
Robert Wyatt"A Sunday in Madrid"Schleep

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