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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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Favoriting June 20, 2015

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Aidan Baker  Triptych Four I   Favoriting Triptychs: Variations On A Melody  Important  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
David Torn  Only Sky   Favoriting Only Sky  ECM  0:02:40 (Pop-up)
Dean McPhee  Smoke and Mirrors   Favoriting Fatima's Hand  Hoodfaire  0:11:42 (Pop-up)
Popul Vuh  Manasarowar - The Turquoise Lake   Favoriting Kailash  Soul Jazz  0:17:45 (Pop-up)
Robbie Basho  Pavan India   Favoriting Art of the Acoustic Steel String Guitar 6 & 12  Grass-Tops Recording  0:21:38 (Pop-up)
Sarah Louise  Waterways   Favoriting Field Guide  Sarah Louise  0:28:45 (Pop-up)
Rod Abernethy  Eggplant Comes to the Party   Favoriting Solo  Avanti  0:34:46 (Pop-up)
Dennis Taylor  Going Nowhere Fast   Favoriting Dayspring  Grass-Tops Recording  0:39:37 (Pop-up)
Leo Kottke  The Fisherman   Favoriting 6 and 12 String Guitar  Rhino  0:42:42 (Pop-up)
Daniel Bachman  Old Country Rock   Favoriting River  Three Lobed Recordings  0:45:09 (Pop-up)
Peter Walker  Chadranandan   Favoriting Live at Third Man Records 07-18-2014  Third Man  0:47:58 (Pop-up)
Delphine Dora  Doom of Exiles   Favoriting Conversation Among the Ruins  Wild Silence  1:04:16 (Pop-up)
Circuit des Yeux  In the Late Afternoon   Favoriting In Plain Speech  Thrill Jockey  1:06:06 (Pop-up)
Ken Camden  Adenosine   Favoriting Dream Memory  Kranky  1:10:03 (Pop-up)
Bora Yoon  Doppler Dreams   Favoriting Sunken Cathedral  Innova  1:13:12 (Pop-up)
Colleen  Lighthouse   Favoriting Captain of None  Thrill Jockey  1:20:52 (Pop-up)
Magic Castles  Now I'm a Little Cloud   Favoriting The Lore of Mysticore  Magic Castles  1:27:25 (Pop-up)
Mighty Baby  Slipstreams   Favoriting A Jug of Love  Sunbeam  1:33:39 (Pop-up)
The Beach Boys  Only With You   Favoriting Holland  Caribou/Epic  1:38:58 (Pop-up)
Alceu Valença  De Ocidente   Favoriting Molhado de Suor  Sol Re Sol  1:41:56 (Pop-up)
The Amazing Blondel  Willowood   Favoriting Evensong  Island  1:45:33 (Pop-up)
Sharon Van Etten  Pay My Debts   Favoriting I Don't Want to Let You Down EP  Jagjaguwar  1:48:53 (Pop-up)
Tess Parks and Anton Newcombe  German Tangerine   Favoriting I Declare Nothing  A Recordings  1:54:07 (Pop-up)
Fen Swale  Strong Wind   Favoriting I Am a Bird  Fen Swale  2:06:24 (Pop-up)
The Allen-Ward Trio  I Need a Friend   Favoriting The Allen-Ward Trio  Vanguard  2:10:27 (Pop-up)
Johanna Warren  Figure 8   Favoriting Nūmūn  Johanna Warren  2:13:30 (Pop-up)
Hoyt Axton  Woman at the Well   Favoriting Thunder 'n Lighnin'  Horizon  2:16:20 (Pop-up)
Jake Houlsby  Yannina   Favoriting Yannina  Jake Houlsby  2:20:24 (Pop-up)
Rolf Cahn  Where Are You Going?   Favoriting California Concert  Folkways  2:23:27 (Pop-up)
We Are The West  Hold On   Favoriting Regards  We Are The West  2:25:55 (Pop-up)
The Low Anthem  Music Box   Favoriting Oh My God, Charlie Darwin  Bella Union  2:28:05 (Pop-up)
The Band  In a Station   Favoriting Music From Big Pink  Capitol  2:32:22 (Pop-up)
Provincials  Landing on Water   Favoriting Ascending Summer  Provincials  2:35:51 (Pop-up)
Lyle Lovett  Just the Morning   Favoriting I Love Everybody  Curb/MCA  2:39:30 (Pop-up)
James Varda  Our Love Will Never End   Favoriting Chance and Time  Small Things  2:43:52 (Pop-up)
E.C. Ball with Orna Ball and The Friendly Gospel Singers  Do You Call That Religion?   Favoriting E.C. Ball with Orna Ball and The Friendly Gospel Singers  Rounder  2:46:32 (Pop-up)
Joan Shelley  Stay On My Shore   Favoriting (no album)  No Quarter  2:48:32 (Pop-up)
Susan McKeown  On the Bridge to Williamsburg   Favoriting Belong  Susan McKeown  2:51:26 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

Cooh John:

Good morning. Nice to hear your show backed by the gentle rain.
Avatar 6:26am

hi JD and all. i like the songs, the mood. i will proceed to feed the cat WITHOUT talking to her.
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Brian in UK:

Hello Jeffrey, CJ & Herb.
The Dennis Taylor track had me thinking it was the intro to John Stewarts's Some Lonesome Picker.

good morning all. Has anyone seen the new movie abt Brian Wilson? Supposed to be super.
Avatar 7:06am

don dixon? he was headliner of my FIRST show at maxwells, 1984,5? he was amazing. ted lyons was opener.
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Brian in UK:

BW's birthday today. Who thought he would survive this long, still playing.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:37am
Brian in UK:

Ah Martin Stone, later to form Chili Willy & the Red Hot Peppers with Phil Lithman. Great live band.

Mighty Baby had 2 lives of course -- the first as the band that issued one the most stunning psychedelic prog albums of all time ("Mighty Baby") and the second as purveyors of stoned/mystical folk ("A Jug of Love"). The first has some of the gnarliest lead guitar work of the era.
mike east:

I spun some Band last Sunday and this week on fmu I've heard them a bunch. Something in the air perhaps
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Brian in UK:

Funny, just re-read Greil Marcus' essay on the Band from Mystery Train. Got me listening to them like it was the first time. Three great voices.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:38am
Brian in UK:

Rock of Ages was re-issued in 2013 with a new Bob Clearmountain mix. What a live band.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:46am
Mike East:

Rocks of Ages is what I was spinning. 2 LP set that I got for real cheap a few years back.
Avatar 8:48am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Have been listening & has been grand for a Sat. morn - As Ever - Thx DJ JD.

Count me as a fan of the Band, too. They tapped into something very ancient and very timeless at the same time. A truly special group. They really didn't make that many albums when you think about it. Probably a few more than they should have, truth be told. But "Big Pink," "The Band" and "Rock of Ages" are all masterpieces. And I'll watch the "Last Waltz" any time it comes on.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:51am
Mike East:

well stated, Mark. I definitely went through a period where I was watching the last waltz several times a week.

My friend kept telling me the Band was the best American rock&roll band ever, but we'd go see them and they would suck (even with Dylan at MSG) Then finally I saw them in Westchester and they were amazing. My friend was right.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:58am
Ken From Hyde Park:

See you next week. Nice show today.
Avatar 10:41am
Van in DC:

My turn!
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Van in DC:

SVE's "most recent record"?

Emblazoned in my brain in fire:

Avatar 3:17pm
Van in DC:

Finally finished - great show Jeffrey, many thanks! What a fantastic piece to end the show, with that Belong track! Just gorgeous.
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