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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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|Wire Wound||"Turn And Face Me"||Early Songs||Perservation|
|The Trolleyvox||"Whistles in Church"||Luzerne||Transit of Venus|
|Quartet San Francisco||"Harlem Nocturne"||Whirled Chamber Music||Violinjazz Recordings|
|John Hsu, viola da gamba/ Louis Badge, harpsichord/ Judith Davidoff, viola da gamba: Marin Marais||"Suitte d'un gout Etranger, Book Four: Caprice ou Sonate"||Marin Marais: Pieces de Viole: Suitte d'un gout Etranger||Musical Heritage Society|
|Sylvain Chauveau||"N" /"A_"||S.||Type Records|
|Saddleback||"Pushing Upstream"||Night Maps||Preservation|
|Radiohead||"Faust Arp"||In Rainbows|
|Robert Wyatt||"Heaps of Sheeps"||Shleep||Thirsty Ear|
|Tunng||"Bullets"||Good Arrows||Thrill Jockey|
|Fionn Regan||"Hey Rabbit"/"Black Water Child"||The End of History||Lost Highway|
|Lambert and Nuttycombe||"Morning"||At Home||Fallout|
|Ed Askew||"My Love is a Red, Red Rose"||Little Eyes||De Stijl|
|Dave deCastro||"Up At the Moon"||The Merest Whisper|
|XTC||"Love on a Farmboy's Wages"||Mummer||Geffen|
|Alexandra & the Fleurs Tragiques||"This One's For You"||Alexandra & the Fleurs Tragiques|
|The Phonemes||"Tree" /"Pain Perdue"||There's Something I've Been Meaning to Tell You||000000 Recording Club|
|Little Wings||"Scuby"||Soft Pow'r||Marriage Records|
|Songs of Green Pheasant||"Alex Drifting Alone"||Gyllyng Street||FatCat|
|Saccadic Eye Motion||"Turn Off the Light"|
|John Renbourn||"Kokomo Blues"||Faro Annie||Reprise|
|Nick Pynn||"Flood:Adrift/ Ark/ Walking On Water/ Closing Titles"||In Mirrored Sky||Round Records|
|Of Montreal||"Miss Blonde, Your Papa is Failing"||Icons, Abstract Three||Polyvinyl|
|The Sadies||"Yours to Discover"||New Seasons||Yep Roc|
|Robert Plant & Alison Krauss||"Nothin' "||Raising Sand||Rounder|
|Vic Chesnutt||"Warm"||North Star Destroyer||Constellation|
|Iron and Wine||"Resurrection Fern"||The Shepherd's Dog||Sub Pop|
|Brazzaville||"Madalena"||East L.A. Breeze||Vendlus|
|Avia Gardner||"Between Our Pages"||Mill Farm||Intr-Version|
|MV & EE with the Golden Road||"Day & Night"||Getting Gone||Ecstatic Peace!|
|Beirut||"In the Mausoleum"||The Flying Club Cup||Ba Da Bing!|
Mon. 10/22/07 3:22pm
north guinea hills:
nice early set. 'tis helping my after lunch digestion.
Mon. 10/22/07 3:26pm
beautiful music for a beautiful, contemplative day in the tri-state area. thank you much.
Mon. 10/22/07 3:31pm
This is just a great mostly non-vocal yet interesting playlist to help me concentrate on writing my boring report (in the DC metro area). That last piano bit reminded my of my new favorite mood-setting groups Mono and Tarentel.
Mon. 10/22/07 3:47pm
Just curious... has anyone out there paid for the new Radiohead "In Rainbows"? I think the group will cover the cost with concerts, merchandise, etc. but I just wonder if anyone is actually PAYING for the download. BTW, I think it is good music, after a first listening.
Mon. 10/22/07 3:53pm
I'm curious about that too. I haven't downloaded it yet, but I was planning on doing it and sending them $10 just to support the concept.
Ironically, I'm such a cheap music listener, that the only radiohead music I do own I bought used (so radiohead never saw a penny of that).
Mon. 10/22/07 3:55pm
Yes, Paul, I paid for it. Paid $8.00 because that's the price (thereabouts) that I would pay for an album offered from the NARAS list. Of course, I shared with WFMU.
Mon. 10/22/07 4:09pm
north guinea hills:
ooooooooo! i love ed askew! thanks!
Mon. 10/22/07 4:19pm
Irene - I suspect most people are not paying for the Radiohead download. The only people paying are diehard fans of the group or people with strong moral feelings about artists rights (like yourself). But in the end, the artists win because their music is spread more widely (virally, if you will). I enjoy your show!
Mon. 10/22/07 4:56pm
According to what I've read, only about a third of the takers are paying nothing. The average price paid ranges from $5 to $8 depending on who you're asking. I base this on three or four sources I've read in the past couple of weeks, all of which usually prove reliable.
Mon. 10/22/07 5:20pm
I don't think your morals have to be particularly high to feel like you should throw something at Radiohead for doing that (I'm not even a Radiohead fan). If anything, it could be a question of not supporting record companies.
Wed. 10/24/07 12:54pm
sedative...i fell a sleep into it...thanks for playing another one of my weary songs
Sun. 10/28/07 8:35am
i don't really know what i'm listen to right now, but it's just perfect to draw!
Tue. 10/30/07 6:46am
Track 1 in this set: artist = EARLY SONGS, album = WIND WOUND, check out: http://www.digitalisindustries.com/foxyd/features.php?which=263
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