Irene Trudel on WFMU, East Orange, NJ (91.1 & 90.1 FM)
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Playlist for September 20, 1999:

Pretty Much Poptopia





*Denotes something from my collection
*Roy Montgomery "Ill At Home" And Now The Rain Sounds Like Life Is Falling Down Through It
Kalacakra "Raga No. 11" Crawling To Chasa
Rachel's "Kentucky Nocturne" Selenography
*Die Knödel "Kein Boarisher" Verkochte Tiroler
Pete Ham "Keyhole Street" Golders Green

*Jack McKeever "Move Me" ripening greenish sorta citrus
Wizz Jones "Pictures" Magical Flight
*Gentle Giant "The Moon Is Down" Acquiring the Taste
Uncle Wiggly "Greek Chorus II" Farfetchedness
*Martha Wainwright "Jimi" (CD EP on Querbes Service)

*Love "Orange Skies" DaCapo
*The Pretty Things "In The Square" /"The Letter" /"Rain" Parachute
*Jake Holmes "Dazed and Confused" The Above Ground Sound of Jake Holmes
The Bevis Frond "The Sun Room" North Circular
*Steve Gillette "The Bells In The Evening" Steve Gillette
Brigitte St.John "Yep" (prod. by Kevin Ayers & Daevid Allen) Top Gear & Singles: 1969-1973

*Noel Coward's Ghost "No One's Looking at the Rain" Red Shift EP
*XTC "One of the Millions" Transistor Blast (Box set of live performances)
Sloan "Losing California" Between the Bridges
*Guided By Voices "Acorns and Orioles" /Look at Them" Under The Bushes, Under The Stars
*The Drennons "Holiday To Swim" /"Ella" /"A Started Part" /Cross the Street" Ella Grasso

*The Wyld Olde Souls   live on WFMU 1/18/99
*NRBQ "Blame It On The World" NRBQ
Marshall Crenshaw "T.M.D." #447
*East River Pipe "Atlantic City (Gonna Make a Million Tonight)" The Gasoline Age
*Mark Humble "Two Steps" live on WFMU 12/14/98

*The Beatles "I Need You" Help!
Quasi "A Fable with No Moral" Field Studies
John Prine "It's a Cheating Situation"  
Les Paul Trio "All Of Me" Les Paul Trio (V Disc recordings)

Moviola "Call My Work" The Durable Dream


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