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Monthly Archives: January 2011

DJ: Bruce

  1. “Khedr” – BalsamShafee – Yalla Hitlist Egypt [Mango: 1990]
  2. “Besma” – Hanan – Yalla
  3. “Sif Safaa” – Aida Ayubi – Sif Safaa [Hemisphere: 1995]
  4. “Alashan Al Malih” – Saleh Khairy – Sif Safaa
  5. “Anta Al Hakam” – Kazim Al Sahir – Sif Safaa
  6. “Ankahr Shah” – Shaaban A bdel Raheem – Yalla
  7. “Bottle Neck” – Richmond Indigenous Gourd Orchestra – Enchanted Evenings
  8. “Hongo Owiti” – J P Nyangira – Something is Wrong Vintage Recordings from East Africa [Honest Jons: 2010]
    HMV recordings 1939-1957
  9. “W Apondo” – John Killion Guara – Something is Wrong
  10. “Sura Mbya” – Black Label Band – Something is Wrong
  11. “Na Yile Na Yela” – H Kekemu – Something is Wrong
  12. “Gnawa Power” – Think of One – Camping Shaaba [Crammed Disc: 2008]
  13. “Bees Melody” – Kitchener – Mondo Soca [Mondo Melodia: 2001]
    Not the original Lord Kitchener
  14. “Tautai e” – Te Vaka – Compilation Gardens of Eden [Putumayo: 2001]
    First released 1997 ‘Pacific Music’ on Arc Records
  15. “Idi Da Go Sakas” – Janam – Compilation Oasis World X 4 [Oasis: 2010]
    based in Oakland
  16. “Serenade” – John Mayer – Ragatal -Indo-Jazz Fusion [Nimbus: 1998]
  17. “Merankngila” – Gamelan Semar Pegulingan – Music for the Gods – The Fahnestock South Sea Expedition; Indone [Rykodisc: (1941)]
    Library of Congress ‘Endangered Music Project’- title of this comp. translates as “Swooping Peacock”

 

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DJ: Bruce

  1. “The Short Answer” – Billy Bragg – Workers Play Time [1988]
  2. “Emotions” – Don Reno & Red Smily – Together Again [Rebel: 1971]
  3. “It’s Not Enough” – Johnny Thunders – L.A.M.F. [Freud: 1977]
  4. “A Satisfied Mind” – Porter Wagoner – Country Hit Parade 1955 [Dynamic]
  5. “I Want the World to Stop” – Belle & Sebastian – Write about Love [Ole: 2010]
  6. “It Happened Just that way” – Roger Miller – King of the Road CD 2 [Polygram]
  7. “Can’t Get You Out of My Life” – Eric Anderson – Stages [Columbia: 1972]
    released 1990
  8. “Twelfh Street Rag” – Roy Smeck – It’s Hotter In Hawaii – CD D [JSP]
  9. “Strangest Blues” – Jimmy Wilson – the Bob Geddins Blue Legacy [JSP: 1954]
    SF/Oakland Blues late 40’s/mid 50’s collection
  10. “All In, Out & Down” – Bert Williams – The Early Years, 1901-1909 [Archeophone: 1906]
  11. “Gotta Let You Go” – Joe Hill Louis – Black Music Originals Vol 1 [sun/Charly: 1950]
  12. “Church on Fire” – Robert Pete Williams – I’m as Blue as a Man Can Be [Arhoolie: 1959]
  13. “The Poem” – Mark Strand – Poetry on Record [Shout Factory: 1986]
    Published 1964
  14. “Tih el Teli” – Hedi Habouba – 50 Years of African Music [Stern’s: 2010]
    Tunisia, 1987
  15. “Taxim hidjaz” – Tambouri Ibrahim Bey Adham – Open Strings [Honest Jons: 2010]
    One c.d. is 1920’s 78s from egypt etc, the second c.d. is contemporary guitarists playing tributes/impressions/ reworkings of the source material
  16. “Marhaba” – Reda Darwish – Rough Guide to Bellydance
  17. “Chinuku Jushi- Rice Gruel with Taro” – Takashi Hirayasu & Bob Brozman – Jin Jin / Firefly [World Music Network: 2001]
    Okinawan and Berkeley players
  18. “Genggong Solo” – (Mickey Hart producer) – the Bali Sessions [Ryko: 1999]
  19. “JIn Jin” – Takashi Hirayasu & B. Brozman – Jin in
  20. “Nasikitika” – Remmy Ongala – Songs for the Poor Man [Real World: 1989]
    The artist died last week
  21. “Pamela” – Remmy Ongala – Songs for the Poor Man

 

DJ: David

I talked over the True Grit soundtrack by Carter Burwell and “Stars Fell on Alabama” by Wayne Horowitz and Robin Holcomb from their album Solos

  1. “Mightiest of Guns”A.A. Bondy – When the Devil’s Loose
  2. “Gun Thing the Proposition”Nick Cave & Warren Ellis – White Lunar
  3. “Dark Night of the Soul”Danger Mouse & Sparkelhouse – Dark Night of the Soul
  4. “Let Me Die In My Footsteps”Happy Traum – Best of Broadside
  5. “For What It’s Worth”Buffalo Springfield – Buffalo Springfield box
  6. “If It Were Up to Me”Cheryl Wheeler – Sylvia Motel
  7. “There Is No Time”Lou Reed – New York
  8. “Suzuki Violin-Minuet”Anon – You Tube
    RIP John Kendall, Suzuki teacher
  9. “IfI Were Your Woman”Gladys Knight and the Pips – You Tube
    RIP Bobby Robinson, who named the Pips
  10. “Time After Time”Margaret Whiting – Julia and Julia
    RIP Margaret Whiting
  11. “Ozzie and Harriet Theme Song” – You Tube
    RIP Dick Nelson
  12. “The Latke Song”Debbie Friedman – You Tube
    RIP Debbie Friedman
  13. “Do You Love an Apple”The Secret Sisters – The Secret Sisters
  14. “No Surprises”Amanda Palmer – Amanda Palmer Performs the Music of Radiohead
    Congrats on wedding
  15. “Beautiful Fool”Don Henry – Wild in the Backyard
    MLK Birthday
  16. “Wrote a Song for Everyone”Mavis Staples – You Are Not Alone
  17. “The Weight”The Band (with the Staples Singers) – Across the Great Divide
  18. “Jammin’ Intro”Charles Louvin – The Oxford American Southern Music CD #12-Alabama
  19. “Match Box”Ralph (Soul) Jackson – The Oxford American Southern Music CD #12-Alabama
  20. “Stop Your Knockin'”Curley Money &His Rolling Ramblers – The Oxford American Southern Music CD #12-Alabama
  21. “The Red Invasion”The K-Pers – The Oxford American Southern Music CD #12-Alabama
  22. “New Mule Skinner Blues”The Maddox Bros. & Rose – The Oxford American Southern Music CD #12-Alabama
  23. “Get on Back on the Right Track”Mary Gresham – The Oxford American Southern Music CD #12-Alabama
  24. “It’s Hard to be Humble (When You’re From Alabama)”Phosphorescent – The Oxford American Southern Music CD #12-Alabama

DJ: Bruce

  1. “The Arch Stairwells” – Henry Grimes & Rashied Ali – Sprits Aloft [Porter: 2010]
    Poem by Henry Grimes
  2. “The Wardrobe Master of Paradise” – Kip Hanrahan et al – Conjure – Music for theTexts of Ishamael Reed [American Clave: 1984]
    Taj Mahal, David Murray featured here
  3. “American Haikus excerpt” – Jack Kerouac, Al Cohn, Zoot Sims – Poetry on Record [Shout Factory: 2006]
  4. “Seam Crooked Sam” – Captain Beefheart – Dust Sucker [Milk Safe: 2002]
    from the Bat Chain Puller sessions
  5. “Going Going Gone” {Bbb Dylan} – Richard Hell & the Voidoids – Destiny Street [Red Star: 1982]
  6. “Draft Dodger Rag” – Phil Ochs – I Ain’t Marchin’ Anymore [1965]
  7. “Hold the Wind” – the Sparkling Four – Virginia Roots – The 1929 Richmond Sessions [Outhouse: 1929]
  8. “Mambo Boogie” – Vassar Clements – Livin’ with the Blues [Livin’ with the Blues: 2004]
  9. “What is This Thing called Love” {Cole Porter} – Ray Condo & his Ricochets – Hihg & Wild [Joaquin: 2000]
  10. “Louuisiana Boogie” – Harry Choates – Fiddle king of Cajun Swing [Arhollie: 1950]
  11. “It Don’t Make Sense” {Willie Dixon} – Sally Spring – Made of Stars [Sniffinpup: 2010]
  12. “Lam Tun Wai” – Chabweean Dumern – the Sound of Siam -..Thailand 1964-1975 [Sound way: 2010]
  13. “Passein por Luanda” – Aliace makiadi – Angola soundtrack – Special Sounds fromLuanda 1965-1976 [Analog Africa: 2010]
  14. “Saiidi/Masmoud/Fellahin” – David Macejka – Oasis World X- 2 [2010]
    From the c.d. ‘Poi for Gadje’
  15. “Pen Jung Dai” – Sanae petchaboon – Sound of Siam [2010]
  16. “Kazucuta” – Os Bongos – Angola Soundtrack [2010]
  17. “Juba Noel” – Jemina Joseph & May Fortune – Caribbean Voyage – Saraca [Rounder]
    Funerary Music of Carriacou, Alan Lomax 1962
  18. “Fisherman” – Congos – FishermanStyle [Blood and Fire: 2006]
    early 70s track,,, reworked at length by many jamaica musicians on this c.d.
  19. “Words to my Song” – Dry Bread – Cult Cargo- Grand Bahama Goombay [Numero Uno: 2010]
    1972
  20. “Boogaloo a la Chuck” – Lord Rhaburn – Cult Cargo – Belize City Boil Up [Numbeo Uno: 2010]

DJ: David

Happy New Year.

An opening New Year’s set, our traditional obits and items of interest from the past year.

  1. “New York, New York” – Cat Power – Jukebox
  2. “Wreck (I could change)” – Megan McCormick – Honest Words
  3. “New Year’s Eve” – Amy Allison – Sad Girl
  4. “New Year’s Prayer” – Jeff Buckley – Skethches for My Sweetheart the Drunk
  5. “I Need Your Lovin'” – Teena Marie – You Tube
    RIP Teena
  6. “I Wish I Knew How It Would Be” – Nina Simone – Anthology
    RIP Billy Taylor
  7. “Fillmore Street” – Blame Sally – Live at Stern Grove Festival
  8. “I’m Troubled” – Crooked Still – Some Strange Country
  9. “Next to the Trash” – Punch Brothers – Antifogmatic
  10. “You Must Be Out of Your Mind” – The Magnetic Fields – Realism
  11. “No Place to Fall” – Isobell Campbell & Mark Lanagan – Hawk
  12. “Lucy Lucifer” – Scout Nisbett – The Calcination of Scout Nisbett
  13. “Monkey” – Robert Plant – Band of Joy
  14. “Surely” – Black Dub – Black Dub
  15. “Ashley” – Howard Fishman – The World Will Be Different
  16. “El Camino” – Elizabeth Cook – Welder
  17. “Why Does Love Have to Be So Sad” – Bettye LaVette – Interpretations: The British Rock Songbook
  18. “Tender Heart” – Alejandro Escovedo – Street Songs of Love
  19. “When the Chips Are Down” – Anais Mitchell – Hadestown
  20. “City With No Children” – Arcade Fire – The Suburbs
  21. “Willow Creek” – Darrell Scott – A Crooked Road
  22. “Your Dogs” – Ben Folds and Nick Hornby – Lonely Avenue
  23. “Hiwumbe Awumba” – Regina Carter – Reverse Thread

I talked over “Body and Soul” and “Wouldn’t It Be Loverly,”Billy Taylor Trio, Music Keeps Us Young and “Leak Over Six Five (No. 14), Mary Halvorsen Quintent, Saturn Sings

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