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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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Options June 27, 2011: Songs to cool down the soul, with Jolie Holland live

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Artist Track Album Label Format Approx. start time
Karsh Kale  Island   Options Cinema      0:00:00 ()
Red Sparowes  Giving Birth to Imagined Saviors   Options The Fear is Excruciating. But Therein Lies the Answer  Sargent House    0:05:12 ()
The Antlers  Rolled Together   Options Burst Apart  Frenchkiss Records    0:11:17 ()
Low  Especially Me   Options C'mon  Sub Pop    0:15:50 ()
Ivan & Alyosha  Everything is Burning   Options Fathers Be Kind  Missing Piece    0:21:14 ()
 
The Wyld Olde Souls  Give it To You   Options Ensoulment  My Generation Productions    0:31:50 ()
Sidi TourĂ© & Friends  Bon koum (He Regrets)   Options Sahel Folk  Thrill Jockey Records    0:34:48 ()
Smoke Fairies  Erie Lackawanna   Options Through Low Light and Trees  Year Seven Records    0:40:10 ()
Hungrytown  Never Realized   Options Any Forgotten Thing  Listen Here! Records    0:44:47 ()
Jefferson Airplane  Good Shepherd   Options Volunteers      0:49:12 ()
Michael Chapman  Caddo Lake / These from the Movie of the Same Name   Options Trainsong  Tompkins Square    0:53:32 ()
Melaena Cadiz  Blue Skies   Options Rattle the Windows      1:02:39 ()
          1:06:56 ()
 




Live performance by Jolie Holland with Kerry Lamprecht
 
Stepping out to solo from the Be Good Tanyas several years ago, the smoky-voiced Jolie Holland has a fifth disc of originals just out on Anti. It's called "Pint of Blood," an unusual melding of folk, country, blues, and jazz that is compellingly unclassifiable. Jolie recently contributed vocals to Matt Bauer's latest disc, "The Jessamine County Book of the Living," and collaborated in the past with the likes of Hal Willner and Booker T. Jones. Jolie Holland dropped by WFMU with Kerry Lamprecht (vocals, violin) in advance of her show Tuesday June 28th at The Bowery Ballroom.
Jolie Holland with Kerry Lamprecht          1:13:21 ()
Jolie Holland  The Devil's Sake   Options Pint of Blood    CD  1:19:37 ()
Jolie Holland with Kerry Lamprecht  Wreckage   Options       1:25:25 ()
Jolie Holland with Kerry Lamprecht  Remember   Options       1:37:48 ()
Jolie Holland with Kerry Lamprecht  Rex's Blues (Townes Van Zandt)   Options       1:46:49 ()
 
Jolie Holland  Gold and Yellow   Options Pint of Blood      1:55:52 ()
Matt Bauer  Flowering Deer   Options The Jessamine County Book of the Living  Crossbill    1:58:55 ()
William Ryan Fritch  Tongues That Chatter Like Pigeons   Options Music for Honey and Bile  Asthmatic    2:02:12 ()
Joanna Newsom  Have One On Me   Options Have One On Me  Drag City    2:04:53 ()
Fairport Convention with Sandy Denny  John the Gun Fiddlestix   Options Ebbets Field 1974  It's About Music    2:15:54 ()
Kate & Anna McGarrigle  Saratoga Summer Song   Options Tell My Sister  Nonesuch    2:23:52 ()
 
Steven Grossman  California Now   Options Something in the Moonlight  Significant Other    2:39:04 ()
kd lang  The Consequences of Falling   Options Invincible Summer  Warner Bros.    2:43:23 ()
The Left Banke  Shadows Breaking over My Head   Options There's Gonna Be a Storm: The Complete Recordings 1966-1969  Mercury    2:47:03 ()
Pomplamoose  If You Think You Need Some Lovin'   Options The Album You Bought at Our Show  (self released)    2:49:39 ()
Les Chauds Lapins  Nouveau Bonheur   Options Amourettes  Barbes Records    2:51:56 ()
Julia Kent  Ailanthus   Options Green and Grey  Important    2:55:19 ()

Listener comments!

  Mon. 6/27/11 12:06pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

good afternoon, Irene...Jolie Holland, wow!
  Mon. 6/27/11 12:08pm Alan Cynic:

Hi Irene..Susan says to tell you it's always a special treat to listen to your show!
  Mon. 6/27/11 12:09pm Sean Gostage:

Irene, good afternoon to you and all your listeners
  Mon. 6/27/11 12:17pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

sounds like the Antlers put together another great record
  Mon. 6/27/11 12:20pm Lorange:

Good morning!
  Mon. 6/27/11 12:35pm Randy in NC:

Yay, the WFMU home page got fixed.
  Mon. 6/27/11 12:41pm Cowbellguy:

Who-hoo on the Ivan & Alyosha. Great track!
  Mon. 6/27/11 12:52pm Lorange:

oh man... i jsut got to work, now I wanna go home and lounge... thanks for the west coast breezy.
  Mon. 6/27/11 12:57pm Lorange:

melting further into the valley
  Mon. 6/27/11 1:00pm Looms:

Hello Irene and everyone. This Chapman is awesome!
  Mon. 6/27/11 1:02pm Lorange:

Hello Looms... The Chapman is most wonderful...
  Mon. 6/27/11 1:12pm Doctor B.:

Erie Lackawanna was the name of first a passenger then a freight railroad company that served my area until they were absorbed into Conrail.

What's are British rockers doing singing about a railroad company in upstate New York, hmm?
  Mon. 6/27/11 1:16pm Lorange:

Bravo!
  Mon. 6/27/11 1:28pm Kevin cAaplicki:

Try it again
  Mon. 6/27/11 1:29pm Kevin caplicki:

Again!
  Mon. 6/27/11 1:32pm Kevin caplicki:

Hi Jolie
  Mon. 6/27/11 1:36pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

who is the "he" who saved country music? I missed that!
  Mon. 6/27/11 1:44pm J J:

Yo, they were talking about Gram Parsons.
  Mon. 6/27/11 1:47pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

thanks, JJ
  Mon. 6/27/11 1:53pm Chip:

Railroad absorption. Reminds me of The Corrections.
  Mon. 6/27/11 2:22pm van:

Always loved Fairport Convention
  Mon. 6/27/11 2:25pm Das:

This sorta reminds me of the Stonehenge scene from Spinal Tap.
  Mon. 6/27/11 2:27pm van:

Always loved the McGarrigle sisters as well...you're on a roll Irene :)
  Mon. 6/27/11 2:39pm Alan Cynic:

Left Banke...WOW!!!!!!
  Mon. 6/27/11 2:43pm Irene:

Yes, The Left Banke have been playing with members of The Gripweeds. I'm very excited about this!
  Mon. 6/27/11 2:48pm listener gary:

hip hip hooray! Any tiome you want to play kd lang is ok with me!
  Mon. 6/27/11 2:57pm 12539:

Thanks, Irene.
  Mon. 6/27/11 3:00pm Irene:

Thanks for listening everybody! See you in two weeks - Bethany will be filling in for me July 4th.
  Mon. 6/27/11 3:06pm Cecile:

that steven grossman story is fascinating. I looked him up.
  Mon. 6/27/11 11:07pm Evan Hughes:

Thanks for keeping us reminded of important quiet music from now but also the masters examples : we do need to hear Sandy Denny, Richard Thompson, KD Lang, et. al. In the end it is not the distinctions or differences but the continuum of ideas and sounds. You blend it all in perfect way Irene and it all seems effortless. A simple thank you falls so short....
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