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The lazy calm at the week's start. A few live performances included, but mainly music with an ear tilted toward string-driven things. (Visit homepage.)
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|Pat Metheny/Brad Mehldau||"Make Peace"||Metheny Mehldau||Nonesuch|
|Mi & L'au||"They Marry"||Mi & L'au||Young God|
|Tin Hat||"The Secret Fluid of Dusk"||The Sad Machinery of Spring||Hannibal|
|The Soft Machine||"Slightly All the Time"||Softstage: BBC in Concert 1972|
|Andrew Bird||"Armchairs"||Armchair Aprocrypha|
|The Beatles||"Strawberry Fields Forever"||Love||Capitol|
|The Move||"Message from the Country"||Message from the Country|
|Jimmy Spaceman and the real Elastic Spaceship Band||"Typewriter Alien"|
|Syd Barrett||"Octopus"||The Madcap Laughs||Harvest|
|The Pink Delicates||"Fall Down Stairs"||Who Stole The Quiet Day?"|
Live performance by Hang the Lights (Joshua Camp: Vocals, accordion, piano/ Timothy Quigley: drums/ Giancarlo Vulano: guitar/ Anthony Mascorro-vocals, bass)
A little country, a little creepy, as Appalachian waltzes and two-steps clash with Middle Eastern rhythms is how one might describe Hang the Lights' sound. This four-piece from Brooklyn, featuring accordion, guitar, piano, bass and drums, drop by WFMU to perform songs by One Ring Zero's Joshua Camp with such heady topics as lycanthropy, coelacanths, satellites, and heartbreak.
|-"Raise a Glass to Marko"|
|-CD: "High Castle"|
|-"The Saddest Days"|
|-"I am the Half King"|
|-CD: "Amen for the Liars"|
|-CD: "Satellite Said"|
|Pino Marrone||"Chelsea Bridge"||Under the Influence|
|Kaki King||"You Don't Have to Be Afraid"||...Until We Felt Red||Velour|
|Goldoolins||"Ah! I See Horizons"||The World is Somewhere Else||Turly Crio|
|Nick Schillace||"Red Pony" (J.Fahey) / "Requiem for John Eric Bradley"||Box Canyon|
|Function||"Unshaken (Positively Implacable)"||The Secret Miracle Fountain||Locust Music|
|Mike Heron & John Burnside||"Song for Irena"||VA: Ballads of the Book||Chemikal Underground Records|
Mon. 4/16/07 11:23pm
Thanks so much for playing some Soft Machine. Mike Ratledge's organ is so unique! (Got to see them play in the Village in 1971, at the old Cafe Au Go Go.) Thanks too for the Beatles. They were pretty good.
Duff (Grew up on WFMU in Nutley, NJ, started listening in '67; lived in West Virginia for 35 years, just moved to Portland, OR a year ago. But I still listen to WFMU online a lot, even though they have some good radio out here too!!!)
Thu. 5/3/07 2:14pm
Wow, cheers for playing my track again. Great show as usual! Keep up the great work!
Fri. 8/10/07 4:41pm
you spelt spaceship wrong!
Mon. 9/24/07 9:56am
Thanks for pointing this out, Jimmy. Never was a good typist. It's now fixed.
Now you all know one of the reasons why I didn't become a secretary!
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