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Tuesday, August 28, 2007

DJ gig this Wednesday Night-- Planet Europa

Monday, August 27, 2007

Last week's show "If Music Could Talk"-- freeform insanity!!!

My previously planned feature for this past week fell through at the last minute, so I did a "wildly eclectic" (some bad mixes, some pretty good-- trying new combinations) free form show which was loosely tied together by three themes: rain, apocalypse (gawd help us), and the end of summer/beginning of fall (it aint over yet!).. hope you enjoy! : )
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Monday, August 20, 2007

If Music Could Talk- hot dance music from all over the place

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Friday, August 17, 2007

NEW M.I.A. Album August 21st 2007


This album is awesome(ive already heard -they sent the promo to WRIR last week) I'll be playing a track or two this sunday-- she's got a new website so check out the new vidyyos

"KALA" will be released on XL Recordings in Japan on August 8th and in the UK on August 20th. Interscope Records will release the full length record in the US on August 21st. The track listing will be as follows:

1. Bamboo Banga
2. BirdFlu
3. Boyz
4. Jimmy
5. Hussel (featuring Afrikan Boy)
6. Mango Pickle Down River (with The Wilcannia Mob)
7. 20 Dollar
8. World Town
9. The Turn
10. XR2
11. Paper Planes
12. Come Around (featuring Timbaland)

http://www.miauk.com/

Monday, August 13, 2007

IMCT - Tonight's show setlist only... Flea Market gems etc

SETLIST FOR TONIGHT'S SHOW
Charles Mingus- I can't get started - My favorite Quintet
Sesame Street- What's my Part- Foot
The SKA- Bobby Jay and the Hawks- Tea for Two
Creative Funk- Funk Power
Duane Eddy- Anytime- Have Twangy Guitar will Travel
Shirley and Company- Shame Shame Shame
Gi Gi- Sugar Daddy
Lee Dorsey- Ride the Pony
Tyrone Thomas and the Whole Darn Family- Fly Away Love Bird
FOXY - GET OFF
Ames Brothers- Destination Moon
the Kinks- Come On Now Live at Melvin Hall
Nancy Sinatra- So Long Babe
Rod McKuen- Love Child's Lament
Grateful Dead- Golden Road to Unlimited Devotion
Robert Johnson- Last Fair Deal
Grateful Dead- Born Cross Eyed- Anthem of the Sun
The Stonemans- Orange Blossom Breakdown
Panatics- Those were the days
Ethel Waters- Handy Man
Mary Poppins- Chim Chim Cheree
Les Habits Jaunes- Mr Longtemps- Canadian Garage LP
Doris Day and Buddy Clark 78rpm- Powder your face with sunshine
Duke Ellington 78rpm- Put Yourself in My Place Baby
Manhattan Merrymakers 78rpm- Ev'ry Night I cry myself to sleep over you
Harry James and the Boogie Woogie Trio 78"- Woo Woo
Norfolk VA Blues 78rpm found at a flea market (RARE) National Hollywood Record Disc
Stevie Wonder 45- Send One your Love
Betty Everett- My Love-Jewel Paula Records
Asha Bhosle- Baap Re Baap -1955-Janisar Akhtar Op Nayyaar
Yo La Tengo- I can hear the heart beating as one
Patti Smith- Redondo Beach- Horses
Gun Club- Breaking Hands- Mother Juno
John Coltrane- Nancy

Saturday, August 11, 2007

If Music Could Talk- Interview with EEK A MOUSE



PODCAST LINK

a more i-ficial webpage is here at www.eeksperience.com

you can buy the uneek records here plz support this artist's music-- thats why this podcast is so intentionally, mono phonic and low bit rate sounding..

big respect to Eek A Mouse for speeking to me and also.. for writing all the great songs..


& thanks to DIA for the link..

Monday, August 06, 2007

The Grateful Dead... AUGUST 21 1968


LISTEN TO STREAMING AUDIO OF this 40 year old LiVe GraTeFul DeAd ShOw!
I always loved these spaced out extended jams.. Alligator, the Other One, Cryptical Envelopement...and the hauntingly beautiful Dark Star... pure sonic bliss....this is beyond mere drugged out noodling-- here is some of the most beautiful live rock improvisation ever.. and clear as a bell for being recorded WAYYYY back in '68..

Wednesday, August 01, 2007

Film maker Ingmar Bergman dies at 89....


"Feel, to the end, the triumph of being alive.."

film maker INGMAR BERGMAN passed away at 89 on Monday...

my father, painter Glenn Hamm, loved Ingmar Bergman's films because of his use of light and shadow.. as well as the surreal placement of symbols and contrasting characters in his movies...

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