Monday, April 11, 2011

April 11, 2011

"Fightin'" - Cedric Burnside & Lightnin' Malcolm (2 man wrecking crew)
"Blues medley" - Ian Hendrickson-Smith (Live at Smalls)
"Petramorphosis" - Angelo Michajlov (Saxana: the girl on a broomstick)
"Stick dance" - Bel Air (Monday dream)
"Too deep" - J. Mascis (Several shades of why)
"It's me" - Dinosaur Jr. (Beyond)
"You are the dancer" - Chris Donnelly (Metamorphosis)
"4 9 8" - Gutbucket (Flock)
"The witch's dance" - Blood Ceremony (Living with the ancients)
"Computer age" - Sonic Youth (The bridge: a tribute to Neil Young/Daydream nation (deluxe edition))
"Asiatic raes" - Joe Chambers (Horace to Max)
"Calgary" - Chris Geheran (Calgary)
"Big mountain bounce" - Maciej Sikala/Piotr Leamnczuk/Tyler Hornby (Able to fly)
"The ballad of Charles Whitman" - Kinky Friedman (Sold american)
"One for Blount" - Vijay Iyer (Solo)
"Shapes & sizes" - Led Bib (Bring your own)
"The last emperor - theme variation 2" - Ryuichi Sakamoto (The last emperor)
"The zombies of Mora-Tau" - Jad Fair (Beautiful songs: the best of Jad Fair)
"Don't look back" - The Remains (Nuggets: original artifacts from the first psychedelic era 1965-1968)
"Flashpoint" - John Surman (Flashpoint: NDR jazz workshop, April '70)
"All things are quite silent" - Steeleye Span (Hark! the village wait)
"If the creek don't rise" - Cindy Doire (Sticks and mud)
"The road's a temptress" - Cindy Doire (Sticks and mud)
"Marijuana" - Hello Daylight (The acidsoxx family sampler)
"Headbanger's bawl" - Carlo De Rosa's Cross-Fade (Brain dance)
"Rough riders roam" - The CFL Sessions (Oh! compilation two)
"A la dina dana" - Jon Blake (Siwan)
"I should care" - Eldar Djangirov (Three stories)

The most notable part of today's program was an interview with singer-songwriter Cindy Doire (there was supposed to be a live performance but, due to illness, it didn't happen). Cindy has a new CD out (Sticks and mud) and will be playing in Calgary at the Ironwood on April 12. It was a very enjoyable interview and it was nice to be able to play a couple of tracks from her new release.


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