Tuesday, February 22, 2011

February 28, 2011

"Serpentine" - Mike Essoudry's Mash Potato Mashers (Mike Essoudry's Mash Potato Mashers)
"Good citizen swallow" - Larry Coryell (Spaces revisited)
"Wake up Dolores" - Los Lobos (Kiko)
"You won't make a fool out of me" - Flogging Molly (Live at the Greek Theatre)
"Escape" - Karl Schwonik Jazz Ensemble With Remi Bolduc (1 + 4)
"You and I " - Graham Coxon (Love travels at illegal speeds)
"Wally the frog" - Parker Abbott Piano Duo (Gallery)
"Against the drift" - Robin Holcomb and Talking Pictures with Wayne Horvitz (The point of it all)
"Reverie" - Richard Bliwas (Rising rose bakery)
"Early one morning" - Christine Fagan (Once)
"Natchez burning" - Howlin' Wolf (The real folk blues)
"Aliens" - Ronald Reagan
"C.T.A.-102" - The Byrds (Younger than yesterday)
"Sacre bleu" - Scott LaFaro (Pieces of jade)
"Steam engine" - Mark Segger Sextet (The beginning)
"Poursuite/Drum page" - Benoit Delbecq Trio (The sixth jump)
"Bad luck blues" - Fraser/Daley (Fraser/Daley)
"A dream of water" - Colin Stetson (New history warfare vol. 2: judges)
"Big Lou" - Peter Hum Quintet (A boy's journey)
"I hope things will turn around" - Chixdiggit (Safeways here we come)
"The traveler" - Alon Nechushtan (Words beyond)
"SpongeBob SquarePants" - The Black Lodge Singers (More kids' pow-wow songs)
"Bangkok 504" - Jamie Ruben's Groove-O-Ly-O-Scene (Organic mood stimulant)
"Lois on the autobahn" - Bruce Cockburn (Small source of comfort)
"Gimme shelter" - O. Rex (My head's in '73!)
"Put my little shoes away" - Margaret Leng Tan (She herself along: the art of the toy piano,
vol. 2)
"The city of Granada on the surface of Mars" - Music Intima (Rethink forever: the vocal music of Peter Hannan)
"Song for America" - Destroyer (Kaputt)
"The memory of water" - Chaya Czernowin (Maim (water))

Today's program was perhaps a bit more jazzier show than others recently but still featured the usual BTT variety. I was pleased to be able to play another track from the The Black Lodge Singers; I played their version of the Flintstones' theme in late 2006 and got great reaction at that time. Another fave this week was "The city of Granada on the surface of Mars"; it seems to be about a city on the surface of Mars, that's it. Notable too was O. Rex's version of "Gimme shelter"; holy extreme low-fi Batman!


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