How the hell are ya, listeners?
Last night's show was really fun. The highlight of that was definitely when I had a caller that called in about 5 times with requests and suggestions for artists to listen to. His requests included Brian Eno, Public Image Limited, and The Jams. He also suggested André Popp, XTC, and Drums and Tuba. He even said that he was taping my show with a cassette tape, like in the old days. SO COOL. He loved that I was able to find all of the songs he wanted right away (the power of Grooveshark and YouTube). I also got a call from our very own Ed Special saying that he was enjoying the show. I also had a few friends on Facebook that listened for awhile. If I could have constant interaction while DJing, I would be happy as a clam.
Other than all of that, the show was pretty mellow, not a lot of flub-ups. Pretty easy going, but really enjoyable, so I hope that you like it. Look forward to hearing from me soon about some big events that are coming up for me!
ON TO THE PLAYLIST!
ON TO THE PLAYLIST!
[Artist: Song - Album]
- Slavic Soul Party: Baltika - Taketron
- Charles Mingus Sextet with Eric Dolphy: When Irish Eyes Are Smiling - Cornell 1964
- Radar Bros.: All The Ghosts - The Singing Hatchet
- Goats: Mutiny - No Goats, No Glory
- Mountain Goats: Snow Owl - Full Force
- Library Science: Bye Bye Birdy - Dolphin
- Etta James: The Jealous Kind - Seven Year Itch
- Chocolate: Conga Forte, Rico Cajon - Peru's Master Percussionist
- Roy Lisker: The Alvarez Hypothesis - Language Compositions Sound Poetry 1981-87
- Motohiko Hino: Continental Drift - Sailing Stone
- Bootsy: What's A Telephone Bill? - Ahh...The Name Is Bootsy, Baby!
- Wilco: A shot in the arm - Summerteeth
- Madeleine Peyroux: Summer Wind - Half the Perfect World
- Hans Fagius: Johann Adam Reincken: Fuga, g-Moll - North German Baroque Music
- Jerry Butler: I Don't Want To Hear It Anymore - The Best of Jerry Butler
- Robert Anbian: The Day I Became White - I Not I (poems a stories)
- Debashish Bhattacharya: Drut Gat In Tintal - Raga Pahadi Jhinjhoti
- Hajime Wakai: The Legendary Hero - The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker
- Mario Galaxy Orchestra: Rosetta's Comet Observatory 3 - Super Mario Galaxy OST
- Yuka Tujiyoko: Mario and Peach's Theme - Paper Mario OST
- Fennesz: Before I Leave - Endless Summer
- The Hi-Los: Shadow Waltz - The Orchestra Directed by Frank Comstock
- Brian Eno: Burning Airlines Give You So Much More - Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy)
- Brian Eno: Third Uncle - Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy)
- Public Image Limited: (This Is Not A) Love Song - Nouvelle Vague
- The Jams: That's Entertainment - Sound Affects
- Christian Eckert Quartet: Pelzhäubler - Up!
- Monty Python: Fish Introduction - The Meaning of Life
- Dark Day: The Metal Benders - Window
- Charles Manson: Eyes of A Dreamer - Charles Manson
- Karlophone: Penitentiam Agite - I Must Find This Karlophone...
- The Soul Providers: Lea's Rice Pudding - Soul Tequila
- Momus: Smooth Folk Singer - Folktronic
- Hank Williams: Cool Water - Alone With His Guitar
- Tujiko Noriko: anti-newton + (track 2) - I forgot the title
- Baaba Maal: Douwayra - Nomad Soul
- Delta 5: Mind Your Own Business - Disco Not Disco
- Blevin Blectum: Rockitship Long Light Years - Talon Slalom
- Pendragon: New England's Daughter - Passage to New England
- Library Science: Maybe it's the fact that the band is called 'Library Science,' but I was really digging this band. Like whoa.
- Requests: I love requests. Period. I will always take them, and I will always find them no matter what. It's like a game for me. Thanks to everyone who gives me requests. Seriously.
- Chocolate+Lisker: When I previewed the Lisker before I played the Chocolate, I knew immediately that I had hit gold. These lined up even better than I could have ever hoped.
- Too many Enos: I didn't mean to play the first Brian Eno track. I really, and I mean really try not to play the same artist twice (unless I'm really on a kick). This was an accident though, because I meant to play the second Brian Eno track originally. Oops.
- Check composers: I shouldn't, but I assume that every good Nintendo soundtrack was by Koji Kondo. But it's not, clearly. The Wind Waker OST was actually NOT by Koji Kondo, as I put on the playlist, but by Hajime Wakai.
- Too much rock?: This is debatable, but I feel like I went too hard at the rock section today. What do you think?
Thanks again for the support guys. You have no idea how much it means.