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Folk; old-timey; blues; psych, avant and acid folk old and new; ambient and electronic; lots of guitar; detours elsewhere.

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Options December 6, 2014

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Noveller  Ascent   Options Fantastic Planet  Fire  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Hallock Hill  The Sheets/Cashmere Exchange   Options The Union / A Hem of Evening  MIe  0:04:38 (Pop-up)
Suzuki Junzo  The Moon of Montezuma   Options 7  Nod and Smile  0:26:21 (Pop-up)
Yannis Kyriakides/Andy Moor  Wasting Away   Options A Life Is A Billion Heartbeats  Unsounds  0:33:19 (Pop-up)
Bill Frisell  Tired Of Waiting For You   Options Guitar in the Space Age!  Okeh  0:37:57 (Pop-up)
Samba Touré  Farikoyo   Options Gandadiko  Glitterbeat  0:46:21 (Pop-up)
Mighty Baby  Keep on Jugging   Options A Jug of Love  Sunbeam  0:48:00 (Pop-up)
Meredith Monk  Paris   Options Beginnings  Tzadik  1:04:07 (Pop-up)
Amute  Friends   Options Savage Bliss  Three:Four  1:07:16 (Pop-up)
Snöleoparden  Dreng   Options Snöleoparden  Rump  1:13:19 (Pop-up)
Francois Tusques & Don Cherry  Indes   Options La Maison Fille  Cacaphonic  1:14:56 (Pop-up)
Fawzi Al-Aiedy  Instrumental sur le Maqam Nahawend   Options Silence  Le Chant du Monde  1:20:13 (Pop-up)
Teresa Rebull  Sota el meu llavi   Options Chants Catalans  Spalax  1:23:23 (Pop-up)
Speck Mountain  Backslider   Options Some Sweet Relief  Carrot Top  1:27:07 (Pop-up)
Speck Mountain  Backsliding   Options Some Sweet Relief  Carrot Top  1:30:09 (Pop-up)
Ignatz / Harris Newman  Stray Dog   Options Bring You Buzzard Meat  Okraina  1:36:07 (Pop-up)
Robbie Basho  Basho's Blues   Options Basho Sings  Takoma  1:43:29 (Pop-up)
Skip James  Cherry Ball Blues   Options Complete Early Recordings - 1930  Yazoo  1:47:31 (Pop-up)
Itasca  Congregation   Options Unmoored by the Wind  New Images  1:50:20 (Pop-up)
Gravenhurst  Return to Stapleton Road   Options Flashlight Seasons, Black Holes in the Sand & Offerings  Warp  2:04:02 (Pop-up)
Imagho + Mocke  Angel   Options Half Quartet  Three:Four  2:07:25 (Pop-up)
Chad VanGaalen  Willow Tree   Options Soft Airplane  Sub Pop  2:10:07 (Pop-up)
Adam Hurt  Metsakukkia   Options Intrigue  Copper Creek  2:13:18 (Pop-up)
Delma Lachney  Avoyeles   Options On the Waters Edge  Mississippi  2:15:42 (Pop-up)
Rollie Tussing III  Sorrow Shall Have a Name   Options Blow Whistle Blow  One Man Clapping  2:18:48 (Pop-up)
Horse Feathers  Irene   Options So It Is With Us  Kill Rock Stars  2:21:16 (Pop-up)
The New Basement Tapes  Golden Tom-Silver Judas   Options Lost on the River  Harvest  2:25:48 (Pop-up)
Bob Dylan & The Band  I Don't Hurt Anymore   Options The Bootleg Series Vol. 11: The Basement Tapes Raw  Columbia  2:28:22 (Pop-up)
Dave Ray  Need My Help Someday   Options Snaker's Here!  Elektra  2:30:35 (Pop-up)
Jo-Ann Kelly  Fingerprints Blues   Options Jo-Ann Kelly  Epic  2:33:06 (Pop-up)
John Renbourn  Motherless Children   Options John Renbourn  Transatlantic  2:36:36 (Pop-up)
O'Death  Herd   Options Out of Hands We Go  Nothern Spy  2:39:59 (Pop-up)
Judy Roderick  Young Girl's Dream   Options Woman Blue  Vanguard  2:43:49 (Pop-up)
Liam Bailey  Battle Hymn of Central London   Options Definitely NOW  Sony/Flying Buddha  2:46:42 (Pop-up)
Lisa Leblanc  Juste Parce Que J'Peux   Options Lisa Leblanc  Bonsound  2:50:07 (Pop-up)
Kris Kristofferson  Billy Dee   Options The Essential Kris Kristofferson  Legacy  2:53:44 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

  6:13am P-90:

G'morning. Is this red less blinding than usual, or does it just look a tad more subdued on the particular device I'm listening to today? Or has "the Dance with me Stanley experience" simply left my senses dulled?
Avatar 6:23am BEAVO:

It's a Chrystler Inferno red
Avatar 6:24am BEAVO:

Like my 300m
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:24am Jeffrey Davison:

Yeah, I should probably change this red...
  6:24am Cooh John:

G' morning P-90. Perhaps Jeffrey's music has assuaged your senses.
Avatar 6:26am BEAVO:

I like it
  6:30am Mark:

Love the way you ease us into Saturday mornings, Jeffrey. Another great show so far!
  6:30am P-90:

Like a jerk I forgot I could just check the color against previous playlists. It's the same. I say: keep it. I just always found it a little startling after being lulled into a pleasantly cannabis-like haze by Bill Mac. Now, following DJ Stashu, maybe "anything goes"...!
  6:32am P-90:

@"Chrysler Inferno Red": Far-fuckin'-out, Man!
Avatar 6:32am BEAVO:

Stashu sounded even more medicated than usual.
Avatar 6:33am BEAVO:

More of a crimson
Avatar 6:35am BEAVO:

Like the cover of King Crimson's Discipline album
  6:37am P-90:

Definitely Crimson. On the desktop Mac I usually use, it looks a little more "Fiesta Red." Gotta check the color calibration on that baby.
Us Scorpios loves us some crimson. Just ask resident astrologer Revolution Rabbit. When he pops out of his hole.
  6:39am Sean in Bristol, UK:

Morning Jeffrey, hello one and all.
Avatar 6:40am BEAVO:

Fender fiesta red not as dark.
  6:41am P-90:

"Discipline": with each passing decade, more and more one of my absolute all-time faves. I saw them perform all of it at a little club in Times Square the week the album came out.
Avatar 6:42am BEAVO:

I just got this Frisell Cd,brilliant, His version of Link Wrays Rumble kills.
  6:43am Cooh John:

Not tired of this music. Nice
  6:45am P-90:

Frisell is peaking, his work has been amazingly consistent for a few years now. Everything he does is a "clicky-star". IMhO.
Avatar 6:46am BEAVO:

Wow I lived in LA when they played The Roxy on that Tour but was Out of town, saw the Beat tour in 82 at the Greek.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:47am Brian in UK:

Hello Jeffrey.

Greetings Sean. Cold enough for you?

P-90 Crimson had an album called Red?
Avatar 6:48am BEAVO:

I Agree, got em all since Is that You?
Avatar 6:49am doca:

Morning, Jeff, morning, morning people.
Avatar 6:50am BEAVO:

Red, Another classic,Wetton Bruford linup
  6:50am P-90:

It was (I think) the fourth-ever show with that line-up, they had just done 3 nights in Boston. Speaking of the Roxy on the Strip, a "Brand X" show there was one of the best concerts I've ever seen...
Avatar 6:51am Bas NL:

Hello Jeff! Hello All! Very nice sounds!
Avatar 6:52am BEAVO:

Brand X! That was music!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:53am Brian in UK:

Martin Stone in Mighty Baby went on to playing in Chili Willy & the Red Hot Peppers with Phil Lithman. On it goes.
Avatar 6:53am BEAVO:

Percy Jones on Bass
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:54am Brian in UK:

For those who knock Phil Collins, quote Brand X.
Avatar 6:55am BEAVO:

Dance of the illegal aliens
  6:58am P-90:

Just had to check Wiki to confirm that Martin Stone had also been in The Action, the Mod band that begat Mighty Baby. He was. Some guys really get around.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:01am Brian in UK:

P-90 Chili Willy were wonderful. Saw them in '74.
  7:08am P-90:

Special thanks to Mr. Hazelton for leaving us this CD, bless his inflatable little carcass.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:16am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

>Pop!< ...Guten Tzag. Yes - if you see someone in black & deep red (I thot pomegranate here - but y'all probably know better...) ask if they have ♏Scorpio in their chart (it's not just your Sun Sign / birth month...too complicated for fast pleasantries...)
- DJ JD up to his fabulous standard...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:22am Brian in UK:

Hmmm Pomegranate got any grenadine.
Avatar 7:34am TDK60:

This page's red is about my fave red, crimson eh? Just a bit darker than a fire truck red, right?
Avatar 7:50am TDK60:

Basho had an honest voice, sometimes eerie. And Skip James had some voice too.
Avatar 8:06am tonky honk man:

are the police sirens contained within this song or is there something going on in my neighborhood?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:07am Jeffrey Davison:

In the song...maybe it was the police who were returning to Stapleton Road.
Avatar 8:09am TDK60:

Sad to hear the news Gravenhurst/Nick Talbot has died, too young. I think I first heard him on Irene Trudel's show about a decade ago. A wonderful sound.
  8:16am Janne:

Wow, an old Finnish song
  8:47am Moe:

Massive show Jeff... Thanks for getting up early
Avatar 8:49am TDK60:

It's been a helluva week here in NYC and the U.S. in general. And thanks Jeffrey for the tunes.
  8:55am Moe:

Saw Dylan's Tuesday show at beacon... His voice sounded better than it has in years, skipped the obvious tunes and the band ripped it up... He's still got it...
Avatar 1:55pm Van in DC:

Avatar 4:04pm Van in DC:

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