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Monthly Archives: February 2011

DJ: David

Faturing artists of African American heritage for Black History Month.

I talked over Booker T’s “Green Onions” and “Miles Runs the Voodoo Down” from Bitches Brew Live

  • “Shine” – Louis Armstrong and his Cotton Club Orchestra – Bob Dylan Radio Radio Vol.1
  • “Take the Coltrane” – Duke Ellington and John Coltrane – Duke Ellington & John Coltrane
  • “Get Behind the Mule” – Booker T – Potato Hole
  • “Lullaby of Birdland” – Ella Fitzgerald – Ella Fitzgerald First Lady of Song
    RIP George Shearing
  • “Forty Days and Forty Nights” – Cassandra Wilson – Silver Pony
  • “100 Days, 100 Nights” – Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings – 100 Days, 100 Nights
  • “One for My Baby and One for the Road” – Billie Holiday – Songs for Distingue Lovers
  • “This Hotel” – Shirley Horn – I Remember Miles
  • “Trout” – Neneh Cherry w/Michael Stipe – Neneh Cherry
  • “20 Feet Tall” – Erykah Baydu – New American Part II:Return of the Ankh
  • “Sir Greendown” – Janelle Monae – The Archandroid Suites II and III
  • “Really Very Small” – Esperanza Spalding – Chamber Music Society
  • “Love Reign on Me” – Bettye LaVette – Interpretations: The British Rock Songbook
  • “All Along the Watchtower” – The Persuasions – Knockin’ on Bob’s Door
  • “I Can’t Get Next To You” – The Temptations – The Definitive Collection
  • “Short Dress Gal” – Carolina Chocolate Drops & Luminescent – Carolina Chocolate Drops & Luminescent
  • “Way Down in the Hole” – The Blind Boys of Alabama – Spirit of the Century
  • “Hey Joe” – Otis Taylor – Recapture the Banjo
  • “Peter Gunn/Catastrophe” – Jimi Hendrix – West Coast Seattle Boy
  • “Purple Rain” – Prince – Purple Rain
  • The Rock Marathon is underway from February 14-20 and Vagabond Shoes is on hiatus this week, making way for the return of WTJU alumni Spot and That Girl.  The last two marathons were overwhelming successes, and keeping the ball rolling will further solidify WTJU’s standing as a vital part of the Charlottesville (and beyond) community.

    Here’s the overview:

    Expect to hear music from every nook and cranny of that all-encompassing genre we call Rock, including (but certainly not limited to): new wave, garage rock, soul, post-rock, prog rock, ska, traditional ragas, Moog synthesizers, jangle-pop, outlaw country, doo wop, punk, Merseybeat, and chiptune. Hear tributes to record labels like Thrill Jockey, Jagjaguwar, Merge and Marriage, and shows dedicated to artists like Neil Young, Bob Dylan and Buddy Holly.

    Every night of the marathon will feature an on-air performance in our studios. Tune in for live sets and interviews with Borrowed Beams of Light, Andrew Cedermark, Left and Right, Dzian!, Sarah White and The Pearls, Corsair and Invisible Hand.

    Your financial support is essential to keeping WTJU’s diverse, innovative programming on the air. Spread the word, tune in, and pledge!

     

    DJ: Bruce

    1. “Don’t Laugh” – Louvin Brothers [1957]
      obit of the week
    2. “Blackboard of my Heart” – Hank Thompson [1956]
    3. “Man in Love” – Charlie Feathers
    4. “Swinging the Devils Dream” – Spade Cooley [1946]
    5. “Jerry Lee Lewis” – Just a Shanty
    6. “Death of Country Radio” – Jon Langford [2002]
    7. “Never Can tell When a Woman changes her mind” – Floyd Dixon [1956]
    8. “Mambo Chillun” – John Lee Hooker [1955]
    9. “Thats the Way Love is” – bobby Blue Bland [1963]
    10. “Track 18” – Royal Court Music of Uganda [1950]
      Resonating gourd horn ensemble
    11. “Track 2” – Tanzania Instruments [1950]
      Zaramo players, a tuned drum ensemble
    12. “Track 22” – Royal Court Music of Uganda
      drum and flute ensemble
    13. “Track 22” – Tanzania Instruments
      Both East Africa field recordings by Hugh Tracey, re-issued in the SWP c.d. series. this track a Haya drum ensemble
    14. “Urai Panoga Kagerat” – Music from the forest of Riau and Mentawi
      Smithsonian “music of Indonesia #7” This track from an Island off Sumatra, others from interior of S.
    15. “I drove my car down to Baja” – Tribecastan – Oasis World X – 2 [2010]
      a NY NY ensemble
    16. “Island Song” – One in the Pocket – Badal roy [Nomad]
    17. “Monkey Wear Shoe” – Beautiful Nubia and hte Roots Renaissance Band – Sun no dey Sleep [EniObanke: 2011]
    18. “Roger MIller” – Peppe Kelle – Compilation – Lightning over the River [Sterns: 1999]
    19. “Moyi” – Papa Wemba – Compilation – Congo Kin [Africancao]

    DJ: David

    I talked over Milton Babbitt’s “Occassional Variations”- RIP MB

    Vagabond Shoes [Playlist – 02/05/11]

    1. “Demons in Her Dancing Shoes” – Richard Thompson – Dream Attic
      For Sir Richard Thompson
    2. “I’m a Dreamer” – Richard and Linda Thompson – Shoot Out the Lights Rhino Handmade
    3. “Wandering Spirit” – Mick Jagger – Wandering Spirit
      For my wife, her two favorite performers, Mick and Richard
      Happy Birthday, dear
    4. “Night in Tunisia” – Charlie Parker – Yardbird Suite
      This set concerns events in the mideast
    5. “Things Have Changed” – The Persuasions – Knockin’ On Bob’s Door
    6. “Walk Like an Egyptian” – The Bangles – Different Light
    7. “Earthly Paradise” – Robyn Hitchcock and the Egyptians – Perspex Island
    8. “Jammin’ Intro” – Charles Louvin – Oxford American Southern Music CD No. 12
      RIP Charlie
    9. “James Bond Theme” – Revorgandrum – Revorgandrum
      RIP John Barry, who scored the James Bond films
    10. “Goldfinger” – Shirley Bassey – Best of Shirley Bassey
    11. “Midas Touch” – Renaissance – Novella
      RIP Ron Patterson founder of Renaissance Faire concept
    12. “Girl from the Renaissance Faire” – Ethan Lipton and His Orchestra – Mr Softly
    13. “I’m Suddenly Turning Into You” – White Stripes – Icky Thump
      RIP White Stripes,who formally announced they are calling it a day
    14. “Rip It Up” – Wanda Jackson – The Party Ain’tOver
    15. “Portland, Oregon” – Loretta Lynn (with Jack White) – Van Lear Rose
    16. “Rated X” – The White Stripes – Coal Miner’s Daughter: A Tribute to Loretta Lynn
    17. “I’m a Honky Tonk Girl” – Eileen Jewell/Butcher Hollow – A Tribute to Loretta Lynn
    18. “The Ghost Walks In” – Karen Elson – The Ghost Who Walks
    19. “Riders on the Storm” – The Doors – Forever Changing: Elektra Anthology

     

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