Monday, June 21, 2010

June 21, 2010

"Ice cream man" - Jonathan Richman and the Modern Lovers (Rock 'n' roll with the modern lovers)
"Monstorous colossus" - Dan Berglund's Tonbruket (Dan Berglund's Tonbruket)
"These treasures will never befall you" - Darkthrone (Circle the wagons)
"Now and then" - Sandy Denny (Who knows where the time goes?)
"Epitah III: J-Mac (for Jackie McLean)" - Chad Eby (Broken shadows)
"Sissy wa wa" - Kropotkins (Five points crawl)
"Escapades for alto saxophone and orchestra: III. Joy ride" - North Carolina Symphony and Branford Marsalis (American spectrum)
"Big deal" - The Dead Milkmen (Stoney's extra stout (pig))
"Improv2" - Tetuzi Akiyama (Frontline, Ghent, Belgium, September 28, 2005)
"Elevate" - Tyler Hornby (A road to remember)
"Grand action" - John McLachlan (Contemporary new music from Ireland)
"Look what we have found" - Delaney & Bonnie (Home)
"Rachel & Cali" - Damien Jurado (Saint Bartlett)
"Sang with the tongue of an angel" - Sajia Sultana (Bengali winger)
"Little suicides" - Golden Palominos (Pure)
"Electric Aunt Jemima" - The Persuasions (Frankly a capella)
"The iron harvest" - This Quiet Army (Aftermath)
"Big black lake" - Emily Triggs (Magnolia buckskin)
"Sardaukar levenbrech" - Grimes (Geidi primes)
"Today for me" - Mello G (I am blues)
"A distant voice" - Sonny Simmons (Staying on the watch)
track 2 - Scratoa! (Live en San Anton, April 2008)
"Metal machine music, part I" - Lou Reed (Metal machine music)

Another "very varied" program this week, maybe the most diverse since the changes to Breaking The Tethers earlier in 2010. There was metal, folk, doo-wop, jazz (though much less jazz than usual), rock, and more, all culminating in the horrorshow that is Lou Reed's "Metal machine music".

More of the same next week, though perhaps with more of a jazz lean. Note that next week's show will be the last in the 10 am to noon time slot. Beginning July 5, Breaking The Tethers will appear at noon on Mondays.


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