Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Episode #32: A Whole New Year Of Chance-Taking

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We're Back!
Back in the New York Groove
A whole New Year of Chances & Chance taking. Chance encounters & Chanting & Cha Cha Cha.

Episode #32

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Plastic Jesus - Paul Newman
Prologue - Scott Walker
Sugar Town - Lara and the Trailers
Happy New Year, Baby - Johnny Otis Orchestra
Happy New Year To You - The Qualities
Rat Race - The Drifters
Meditations - Felius Andromeda
Take It Like A Man - The Walker Brothers
Strange Feeling - Billy Stewart
Akata Sun Dunchi - Takashi Hirayasu & Bob Brozman
Mellow Yellow - Big Maybelle
Mechanical Man - Bent Bolt and the Nuts
Your Dog - The J's with Jamie
Troglodyte (Cave Man) - The Jimmy Castor Bunch
Payin - Love Joy
Definition of Things - Mitch Mitchell & Gene "The King"
I'm just a guitar (everybody picks on me) - Pete Drake
Who'll Pay Reparations On My Soul - Gil Scott-Heron
Tatoué Jérémie - Serge Gainsbourg
San Franciscan Nights - Gabor Szabo & The California Dreamers
Reality - Black Merda
You Can't Love 'Em All - Solomon Burke
My Sweet Lord - John Gary Williams
Skateboard - Norma Tracy & Cinderella Kids
Godofallofus - New Hope
The Edge (Live) - David Axelrod
The Next Message - Mighty Mo
Multi-Horn Variations - Rahsaan Roland Kirk (note: He's playing all the horns at the same time - by his self)
Black Baby - Reverend Jim Jones and People's Temple-Choir (note: Yes, THAT Jim Jones)
See About Me - Don Covay
Dirt Dishin' Daisy - The Mills Brothers
Auld Lang Syne - Beach Boys
My New Years Resolutions - Mae West
I'm Getting 'Long Alright - Esther Phillips
Where's The Girl - Ben E. King
Voodoo Lady's Love - James Last
Wine Wine Wine - Nightcap
Let's Go Get Stoned - Lowell Fullsom
Just Ain't Gonna Work Out - Mayer Hawthorne and the Country
Check My Style (Return To Zero) - Ultramagnetic MC's
We Almost Lost Detroit - Gil Scott-Heron
Soul Je T'aime - Sylvia & Ralfi Pagan
Heart Full Of Soul - The Yardbirds
Happy New Year - Beverley
Happy New Year - Lightning Hopkins
Who Wants Me Now - Tokay Lewis
Kolo, Kolo, Kolo - Bobby McFerrin

Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Chances With Wolves X-Mas Special

Here it is: the 1st annual Chances With X-mas Christmas Special.
We got all the holiday spirit filled jams for you to play softly in the background of your holiday parties.
For best results play along with roasted chestnuts, an open fire, egg nog (spiked with good rum), mistletoe for to kiss under, candy canes, and santa hats.
And of all your closest friends, family and loved ones.

We spent our lovely X-mas special alongside one of our favorite human beings - special guest star Mr. Gary Langol (below; outside; in the window;on the phone)

Episode #31

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Introduction - Bruce Haack
O Christmas Tree - Vince Guaraldi Trio
Let's Unite The Whole World At Christmas Time - James Brown
~Oscar's hating~
It's Christmas Time - The Cosmic Rays
Deck Five - Saturday's Children
We Three Kings - The Gaylads
You're All I Want For Christmas - The Persuasions
We Wish You A Merry Christmas (whistle) - Quigley
Who Took The Merry Out Of Christmas - The Staple Singers
Jing-Jing-a-Ling - Honey & The Bees
I'll Be Working On Christmas - Michael G. Mayham
Come Back Christmas - Allen Ginsberg
Blue X-Mas - Bob Dorough/Miles Davis/Gil Evans
I Went To Santa Town - The Whites
On Christmas Day - The Trinity Family
Fat Daddy - Fat Daddy
Here Comes Santa Claus - ?????
Santa Baby - Ertha Kitt
All I Want For Christmas Is You - Carla Thomas
Silent Night - Bootsy Collins
X-mas Balls - Ben Light & His Surf Club Boys
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen - Jimmy Smith
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen - The Caravans
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen - Joe Quigley
The Christmas Song - Jim Baker
Come On Santa Let's Have A Ball - Kay Martin & Her Body Guard
Kingle's Jingle - Ken Griffin
Christmas In Vietnam - Soul Searchers
~Kermit Gets In On The Story~
Christmas Love - Rotary Connection
El Nino Del Tambor - George Conedy
O Tannenbaum - Magnetic Fields
Santa Claus is a Black Man - Akim & The Teddy Van Project
Jingle Bell Hop - MH Holiday
Hey You, get Off a My Roof - The Legendary Stardust Cowboy
The Man With all The Toys - Beach Boys
Toy Drive PSA - The Beach Boys
Back Door Santa - Clarence Carter
Christmas in Hollis - Run DMC
Let The Jingle Bells Rock - Sweat Tea
Cold Chillin Christmas - The Juice Crew
Christmas Rhymin' - Audio Two
Christmas in The City - King Sun
~Kermit's Demographic Survey Findings~
What Do The Lonely Do At Christmas? - The Emotions
For Today Is Christmas Morning - Michael G. Mayham
Jingle Bell Mambo - Pete Rugolo Orchestra
Hark The Herald Angels sing - Charlie Brown Christmas Special
It's Christmas Time - James Brown
My Christmas Tree - The Temptations
Blue Grey Christmas - King Coleman
Silent Night & The 11 O'Clock News - Shurfire Singers
Another Christmas Without My Son - Rev. Oric Mays
Santa Claus Comes Once a Year - Trinity
Silver Bells - Julian Koster
Saludo - Maria & Luis
Billy's Christmas Wish - Red Sovine
Santa Claus is Here Again - The Lemon Sisters
Merry Christmas Baby - Otis Redding
Put The Loot In The Boot - Mae West
White Christmas - The Drifters
Meaning of Christmas - Charlie Brown & Linus
We Free Kings - Roland Kirk
Happy Christmas (War Is Over) - John Lennon
Fairytale of New York - The Pogues

Monday, December 15, 2008

Sunday, December 14, 2008

Pete Drake got the brilliant idea one time to make his steel guitar talk

You gotta be fucking kidding me.
How hip is this guy?!?

Thursday, December 11, 2008

Episode #30 Cold Cold Chances (with PQ)

Episode #30

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Winter In America (Live) - Gil Scott Heron
Baby, It's Cold Outside - Dean Martin
I Got A Cold - King Tee
Ice - Spirit
Coffee Cold - Galt Macdermot
Winter - Carol Batton
Please Warm My Weiner - Bo Carter
Ice Cold Daydream - Shuggie Otis
It's Getting Kind Of Chilly - Slim Gailard
Winter Song - Nico
Snow Surfin Matador - Jan Davis
Cold World - GZA
Cold Cold People - Timmy Thomas
End Of The Season - The Kinks
December - Regina Spektor
Cold Blooded Old Times - Smog
Pocket Full Of Cold - Nervous Cabaret
Wind Blows Hard - The Pleetas
Favorite Sweater - Y Pants
Baby, It's Cold Outside - June Carter
Long Long Winter - Bob Marley
Snowin on Raton - Townes Van Zandt
Disillusioned Man - Demon Fuzz
Brwon Baby - Derrick Harriott
Mona Ki Ngi Xica - Bonga
Pastures of Plenty - Odetta
I Can Love A Woman - Al Kooper
While I'm Alone - Frankie Beverley
Touch Me Baby - Myrna Hague
I Feel Good With You Baby - William Smith
1,2,3 you and Me - Charles Wright
Sensitive Kind - J. J. Cale
Hard Times - Boz Scaggs
????? - Carol Kaye
Incidental Black Cloth No. 3 - Keith Mansfield
Undisputed Truth - Ungena Za Ulimwengu (Unite The World) / Friendship Train

Sunday, December 7, 2008

Episode #29


Episdoe #29

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E.V.R. - Jean-Jacques Perrey
Think Of Me - Black Merda
On The Horizon - Ben E. King
Shadows On My Wall - The Poppy Family
Pad - Fritz & Jerry
That's The Way It Is Out Here - Eddie & The Rays
Skydiving Accident - Last Good Tooth......
The Great Medical Menagerist - Harmonica Frank
One Kiss Led To Another - The Coasters
I Turned To The Bottle - Debbie Brimmer
Everybody Saw You - Ruby Andrews
Inner City Blues - James Last
Midnight Cowboy - Martin Denny
Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance - The Mothers Of Invention
Just Another Day In The Projects - Nas
Beautiful Scarlet - Capability Brown
Hard Times - The Young Pimps & The Nastys
People From Another World - The Jive Five
Hey Hey - First Moog Quartet
Dreadlocks In The White House - Junior Reid
Window Of My Eyes - Cuby & The Blizzards
3 is the Magic # - Elizabeth Mitchell
Love Power - Dusty Springfield
Jailhouse Blues - Andre Williams
Can't Call It - De La Soul
Kung Fu - The Upsetters
Tap Water - Dengue Fever
Left Right - Death Of Fashion
When The Night Falls - The Eyes
Blue Driver - Vetiver
Under Arrest - Big Beats
There's No Satisfaction - Manfred Hubler, & Sigfried Schwab
Watch Me Burn - Mike Furber
Of Dreams and Tombstones - The Purple Hearts
Tec - Tom Ze
Boulmamine - Orchestra Baoban
All Your Sisters - Mazzy Star
An Occasional Dream - David Bowie
To Russia My Homeland - ....and you will know us by the trail of dead
Portrait of Linda In Three Colors, All Black - Sonny Sharrock

Billy Swan - "Don't Be Cruel"


This is the song we get the most emails about, and the song which I find I am most often asked about at cocktail parties.

Here's the story:
They used to make these things called "break records". They were basically bootleg collections of songs with dope drum breaks pressed on vinyl for hip hop DJs to cut up, sample, or have rappers rap over them or whatever.
Since they were bootlegs they almost never had the artist information on them. Just the track names.

One of these series of break records was called "octopus breaks" and on one of these volumes was a particularly haunting version of "Don't Be Cruel" sung by a women who sounds somewhat like dolly parton - my colleague Kenan had this record and searched for years trying to find the artist who recorded this gem. He bought any and all covers of don't be cruel sung by women (of which there are quite alot he would soon find).A lot of them were good too, in their own way, but every time he'd put on one of these don't-be-cruels, he would be disappointed to find it was not the one he had been searching for.
Until one day, by chance, he plays a version by Billy Swan which sounds suspiciously like the elusive gem but slower and, you know, more manish.
Then it dawns on him. The tricky bootleggers behind Octopus Breaks had sped it up and pressed it on the record that way so that the drums would sound funky.
(and boy, that break, with the naked drums & sped up vocal, is very, very beautiful)

The original version is nice too (& slow) but having heard it in it's other-worldly sped up incarnation, we can't hear it any other way.

Download: Billy Swan - Don't Be Cruel (45 rpm)

Friday, November 28, 2008


                         Black Friday - Cool Calm Pete

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

So it goes

We lost a friend of ours yesterday. He left us suddenly, and he will be missed. This was gonna be a Thanksgiving show, but it became a show for Alex. In the last hour we played a lot of his favorite songs. We love you Alex, and we are truly blessed to have known you and we're thankful for your friendship.

-Kenan Juska

Alex Gomez
July 7, 1977 - November 25, 2008
Rest in Peace

Episode #28

Here it is:

A Thanksgiving Prayer - William S. Burroughs
Beans and Cornbread - Louis Jordan
Harvest Time - Water Into Wine Band
Don't Take Everybody To Be Your Friend - Sister Rosetta Tharpe
The Circle - Wild Man Fischer
Hello Lucille Are You A Lesbian? - T. Valentine
Because I Got it Like That - Jungle Brothers
I'm a Pilgrim - The Soul Stirrers
I Wanna Be Your Mama Again - Sir Douglas Quintet
November - Tom Waits
Rain Rain Go Away - Bob Azaam
Only Love Can Break Your Heart - Neil Young
Old Man Waltz - Calexico
The Bottom - Ro Agents
Pain In My Heart - Otis Redding
Hummin' - Cannonball Adderley Quintet
The Parasite - Eugene McDaniels
Le Bracelet - Alain Goraguer
Ham Hock and Beans Pt. 1 - Chuck Womack and the Sweet Souls
Greasy Greens - Lionel Hampton and his Inner Circle of Jazz
The Mash Potato Man - King Coleman
Yard of Blonde Girls - Micah P Hinson
You Are Standing On My Bed - Ragni, Rado, & MacDermont
Twilight in Turkey - Raymond Scott
Coming Up - Sir Paul McCartney
I Yam What I Yam - Resident Alien
Mary, Don't Take Me On No Bad Trip - Fugi
Way Back Home - Bernard Purdie
I'm So Thankful - Ann Peebles
Help - Caetano Veloso
Don't Come Close - The Ramones
Oh, You Pretty Young Things - David Bowie
Historia De un Amor - Los Angeles Negros
24 Horas - Cafe Tacuba
Washington Bullets - The Clash
El Matador - Los Fabulosos Cadillacs
Too Drunk To Fuck - Dead Kennedys
Embracing The Darkness - R. Carlos Nakai
Fly Me To The Moon - Sinatra
Train In Vain (Live) - The Clash
Charlie Don't Surf - Los Gatos Locos
Formed A Band - Art Brut
Cafe Espresso - Leiber Stoller Orchestra
Los Tamalitos De Olga - Orquesta Aragon
La Pinta - Cafe Tacuba
Looking At You - MC5
Out of Time Man- Mano Negra

By My Bootstraps

I just recently pulled myself out of a week long bout of depression.
This is something that happens to me periodically.
There will be nothing particularly wrong in my life, no specific reason for any sadness. In fact if I think about it I can still clearly see that I have everything going for me, that I have so much to be thankful for. In fact I am quite sure I am among the luckiest, most blessed & shined upon human beings on the face of this earth. But sometimes I'll wake up with the wrong sort of chemicals splashing around in my head. And an unshakeable grey, bleak mood. It''s part anger. Part aching sad. Lots of frustration & a little self-pity.
I feel as if I'm the cartoon with the cloud over my head. I feel as if I'm a wounded animal. I have no patience. I'm raw. I'm terribly mean to myself. I secretly tell myself the worst things. I curse myself under my breath for being so stupid and ugly. I stay awake at night obsessing over some conversation that went wrong. Some interaction where "I should have said this.....", but didn't. Because I didn't think to say it at the time. And sometimes, and this is the worst part of it, I'll end up being mean to the people around me. I'll be short with them, or unnecessarily negative, or maybe just straight up flip out on them. And then they react negatively back to me and my foul mood which reinforces the whole thing in my head. And so on. This is depression.

I'm sure it has a lot to do with the cold.
Winter in New York is now upon us. No mistaking it.
The days are short. My brain is going through withdrawal from the sun.
Did you know there are chemicals in sunlight which make you happy which you can absorb through your skin? (It's true.)

But so over the years I have developed techniques to shake myself out of these dark places.
I can't explain them to you because they are constantly evolving. It's not math.
But they basically involve doing things that are positive. Doing things that are nice for other people. Trying to remember to forgive myself for being so flawed and talking to my friends and lady-friends.

A lady-friend is a great thing to have. To talk to. To be around.
Did you know there are chemicals in their hands which can make a man feel soothed. (it's true)
And sometimes you just want that woman to rub your head and tell you everythings going to be alright.
And then it's alright.

Download: Abner Jay - I'm So Depressed

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Episdoe #27

Episode #27

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Turn Your Radio On - Grandpa Jones
I Sat And Cried - Jimmy Nelson
Can't You Hear Me Call You, Woman - Fugi
Teenie Weenie Boppie - France Gall
The Click Song - Miriam Makeba
Earthword's - John Hartford
Homeboy - Mr. Wiggles
Mouse and Me - Paul Korzan
Ya Mama (Remix) - The Pharcyde
The Old Man Of The Mountain - The Mills Brothers
Dog (by Ferlinghetti) - Bob Dorough
After Laughter (Comes Tears) - Wendy Rene
Last Laugh - Ennio Morricone
Tough Chick - The Rockbusters
What's The Use Of Getting Sober (When You Gonna Get Drunk Again?) - Louis Jordan
I got High - Frankie Ervin and His Band
Swahililand - Ahmad Jamal
Forget it - Sixto Rodriguez
Flesh and Blood - Solomon Burke
Psycho - E.T. White & His Great Potential Band
Volunteered Slavery - Roland Kirk
Lifetime Monologue - Lou Rawls
Hometown Beggar - Humble Gathering
(Talky Talky Talky)
Goodbye Poverty - Miriam Makeba
"I wonder what makes them howl like that"
Wait Till Next Year - Rick Nelson
Sure as Sin - Candi Stanton
Home Is Where The Hatred Is - Esther Phillips
Let's make it - Ellie Girl & 7 Beat Sulks
Morning - Cal Tjader
Roscoe James McClain - The Tymes
Crimson & Clover - Strawberry Alarm Clock
Why Can't I Touch It? - The Buzzcocks
Momma Miss America - Paul McCartney
The Juicer - The Sweat
Sudden Death - Anders, Laguna, & Ginsberg
What Do You Want - Blue Jays
(you caught me) Smillin' - Sly and The Family Stone
You Don't Know - Ellie Greenwhich
I'm Your Angel - John Lennon & Yoko Ono
With a Little Help From My Friends - The Persuasions
Teach Me How To Fly - Rotary Connection
Kingdom of Death - Daniel AIU Balthezar Higgs

Monday, November 17, 2008

Radio Belly


If you don't already know, I started this new site called Radio Belly.
It's a site that gives away free music. 

On Chances With Wolves I get to pick out a lot of obscure over-looked gems of the past. With Radio Belly I get to pick out the obscure over-looked gems of the future.

This week I posted an EP by my dear friend Paul Korzan
Paul is a painter and not really a musician but he made these songs and they are great. 

He made them just for fun though and allowed me to release them only under the strict condition that nobody would then encourage him to pursue a music career.


It's called and it's beautiful and it's about animals and birthday's and death and other stuff
I encourage you all to download it.

Peace Yo!

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Episode #26

I received a nice email from a Mr. Kevin jones. He says this has been his air-freshener for the last two years.
I wonder what it smells like?

Episode #26

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The Ballad Of John & Yoko - Percy Faith
The Devils's Pad - Paul Leader and H.B. Barnum's Circats
Susie Q - Los Psicodelicos Xoc
Respect - Prince Buster
Travelin Blues - Slim Gaillard
End Of The Rainbow - Sonny Sharrock
Is That All There Is? - Peggy Lee
Don't It Sound Good? - Billy Mashburn
Bendix "The Tomorrow People" - Raymond Scott
And I Love Her - Reggie Milner
Bandido - The Pastel Six
Way Down In Mexico - The Coasters
Transistor Radio - George "Bpngo Joe" Coleman
Out In The Streets - The Shangri-Las
Annie's Answer - The El-Dorados
3 days Later - De La Soul
Yama Yama - Yamasuki
Big Noise From Winnetka - Eric Delaney
I Who Have Nothing - The Druids Of Stonehenge
Once and for all Girl - The Other Four
Eleanor Rigby - Rare Earth
Chitlin Con Carne - Junior Wells
Waiting Around To Die - Townes Van Zandt
Hard Travelin' - Woody Guthrie
Santiano - The Highwaymen
Don't Fence Me In - Andrews Sisters & Bing Crosby
Endearing Young Chums
Reasons To Be Cheerful - Ian Dury & The Blockheads
African Lullaby - Bruce Haack
Foolish Woman - The Oxford Circle
Passion Plumbers - Nervous Cabaret
Flying - The Beatles
Cefalea - Musica Dispersa
Winchester Cathedral - The New Vaudville Band
Boat Ride To The Jungle - Paul Korzan
The Bed - Ragni, Rado & MacDermont
The Old Man Of The Mountain - The Mills Brothers
I Got Loaded -Peppermint Harris with Maxwell Davis & his All-Stars/Peppermint Harris
Serious - Luke Temple
Plea Bargain - Beat The Devil
The Pusher - The Prophet & The Disciples
Black Cat - Scotty McKay
In Time - The Jungle Brothers
Just Walking In The Rain - The Prisonaires
Road Without An End - Charles Wright

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

what's he building in there?

meant to put this up around halloween, but here it is now...

Can you imagine when they used to show shit like this on MTV?
what the hell is he building in there?

Thursday, November 6, 2008

Episode #25 (1/2 sandwich & cup of soup)

President Obama.

Here's our President Obama show. It's a 1/2 show. There were all these technical problems with the second half of the show. So here's the first half. The first half sounds great.

Episode 25 &1/2:

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Track list:
(Intro) - John Bonham getting busy
If I Were President - The Pharcyde
Yes We Can Can - The Pointer Sisters
I'm Movin' On - Chevrone Scott
Slim's Jam - Slim Gaillard
President Mash Up The Resident - Shorty
Happy Birthday, Mr. President - Marilyn Monroe
Sh-Boom - The Chords
You Are My Sunshine - Paul McGhee
Fallin Rain - Link Wray
Bring It On Home To Me - Britt Daniel
Stupid Girl - Neil Young
The Crazy Daisy - Anita Ellis W/ David Amram
(He's) The Great Imposter - The Fleetwoods
Walk Tall - Cannonball Adderley Quintet
I Love Her Still - The Poets
Lift Him Up That's All - Washington Phillips
When The Ship Comes In - R. Zimmerman

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Friday, October 31, 2008

Episode #24 : All Hallows Eve Edition

Episode #24


Ghost Dog - RZA
In the Pines - Leadbelly
Sleepy Hollow - The Last Word
Graveyard - The Phantom Five
I Had Too Much To Dream (Last Night) - The Electric Prunes
The Vampire Radio Spot - T. Valentine
Night Of The Living Dead - Scientist
Ghost Town - The Specials
Dead Man's Stroll - The Revels
Chuckwick - Bushwick Bill
Theme From The Shining - The Horror Theme Ensemble
March To The Witches Castle - Funkadelic
I Was A Teenage Werewolf - The Cramps
Mr. Ghost Goes To Town - The Five Jones Boys
The Ghost Of Subway Joe - Cab Calloway
The Ghost Walk - Borrah Minevitch & His Harmonica Rascals
Ghost In The Graveyard - Prairie Ramblers
What's He Building In There ?- Tom Waits
Black Box Theme - Tom Waits
Whistling Past The Graveyard - Screamin' Jay Hawkins
My Malt's Playing Tricks On Me (St. Ides Commercial) - Ghetto Boys
Careful (click, click) - Wu Tang Clan
The Torture Chamber
The Ghost - Burning Spear
Graveyard - Leroy Bowman
Haunted House - Cris Kevin
Wait Until Dark
Spooky - Andy Williams
Night Fight - The Viscounts
Wolfman Ukulele - Leviathan & The Creepy Crab Critters
Lil' Red Riding Hood - Sam Sham & The Pharoahs
Midnight - A Tribe Called Quest
Never Die, Desire Not - Galt MacDermot
Ghost Walk - Budos Band
The Ballad Of A Fair Singer - Manfred Hubler & Seigfried
Evil Grows - Poppy Family
Mysterious Martha Garoo - The Queens Nectarine Machine
Vampire's Ball - Mann Drake
By The River's Dark - Leonard Cohen
Devil - Ada Moore
Chase The Devil - Max Romeo
Frankenstein Rock - Eddie Thomas
Casper The Friendly Ghost - Daniel Johnston
Diary Of A Madman - The Gravediggaz
They're Coming To Take Me Away - Napoleon XIV
Freaks Come Out At Night - Whodini
Watusi Zombie - Jan Davis
Ghost Riders in The Sky - The Ventures
It's Halloween - The Shaggs

Saturday, October 25, 2008

Friday, October 24, 2008

No New Show This Week


Things are distracting. Life is busy and complicated.
Unfortunately we are unable to bring you a new show this week.
Instead we are re-running Episode #1

Episode # 1

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And if you are so inclined you can download Episode #1 as an MP3(.zip)

Here was the tracklisting:

1. Away - Jim Bartow & the Harlem Blues Consort
2. Everglades - Dale Hawkins
3. He's Gone - Doris Duke
4. Diamond Day - Vashti Bunyan
5. Hate Street Dialoge - Sixtoo Rodriguez
6. Didn't I - Darondo
7. If I Were A Carpenter - Bobby Darin
8. This Little Bird - Marianne Faithfull
9. I Hear Voices - Screamin' Jay Hawkins
10. Stoned in the Bathroom - Chubby Checker
11. Stoned Is - Listening
12. Wined And Dined - Syd Barrett
13. Lost - The Darlettes
14. Invitation To Back Power Pt. 2 - Shahid Quintet
15. The End Of Silence - Elaine Brown
16. I don't Like You - Bo Diddley
17. I'm Afraid the Masquerade Is Over - David Porter
18. Go On And Cry - Les McCann
19. Time For Everything - Ed Pauling & The Exciters (The 5 Royales)
20. Ruler of My Heart - Irma Thomas
21. (Interlude) - Ou Est-Tu Amour ? - Willie Nelson
22. Remember (Walking In The Sand) - The Shangri-Las
23. Remember Me - Rita Pavone
24. Lost Vein of Love - Billy Carson
25. Suicide is Painless - Johnny Mandel
26. Exodus - Hank & Carol Diamond
27. My World Full Down - Sagitarius
28. Tell Me Why Has Our Love Turned Cold - Willie Hutch
29. Dear Prudence - Ramsey Lewis
30. Vegetables - The Beach Boys
31. Just Memories - Eddie Kendricks
32. Lovin' You - Johnny Guitar Watson
33. Kimberley - Patti Smith
34. Deep Down - Ennio Morricone
35. Le Reve - Sheila
36. Baltimore - Nina Simone
37. You Don't Know - Bob Andy
38. Only When I'm Dreaming - Minnie Ripperton
39. Ordinary Joe - Terry Callier
40. (Interlude) Harlem Nocturn - Neil Lewis And His Quintet
41. Long Way Home - Tom Waits

We'll back next week with an ALL NEW SHOW. 
So Stay Tuned!!!!!


Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Sadness is a radical quantity

So there was a problem with the link for episode #23.
It has now been fixed.

This record has a story.
This woman recorded these songs sometime in the seventies. They sit in a drawer for thirty-some years until her son finds them and puts them out.
They are beautiful. Poetic. Like a lady Leonard Cohen.
Think of all the beautiful things that people make and then stick into drawers or cabinets or suitcases. It makes me happy to think of all that tucked-away beauty.

Download: Sibylle Baier - Says Elliot

Thursday, October 16, 2008

Episode #23

Photo by Sarah LaPeter

Here's what Sarah told me about this photograph:
"State park, forget name, north of providence in mass. It's a stuffed wolf but looks so alive right. funny story. Set up pic and was waiting for sun to rise and a passing car called the cops cause they thought it was real and going to eat me. cops came and yelled at me. I said I'm sorry I go to art school but they were not amused."

She later added:
"just remembered name of park, purgatory's chiasm, what a name how could I have forgotten"
Kenan and Mikey couldn't make it this week. But no worry, I invited my friend George Langford from Javelin to come and play some of his amazing collection of obscure weirdo music from all over the world. Javelin is an awesome music making Duo, who are formerly of Providence, Rhode Island, currently of New York, New York and imminently dropping a 12" EP on Civil Music (UK) this fall & who if they were to be combined into one person would look like this:

Episode #23:


Coyote Song - Robbie Robertson
Swing Low Sweet Cadillac - Aggie Duke
I feel Sorry - Rotary Connection
De La Mano - ????????
(The Train) Saiyan Re Saiyan - Asha Bhosie
Within You Without You - The Soulfull Strings
Jahojah Comfort Me - Pazy & The Black Hippies
Let's Make The Water Turn Black - The Mothers Of Invention
State & 32nd - Kenneth Rexroth
I'm gonna get you - The Dixie Cups
Nao Asuento Voce - Trio Esperanca
Instrumental B - Arthur Russell
Strawberry Letter 23 - Shuggie Otis
Best Behind The Wheel - Rod Rogers
Los Bornachitos - ??????
Mentiras - Los Socios Del Ritmo
Baby - Rogerio Duprat
Poetryman - Phoebe Snow
I Wasn't Thinkin', I Was Drinkin' - The Checkers
I Want To Kill You - David Peel & The Lower East Side
Ugly Beautiful Girl - Wild Man Fischer
Buffalo Billycan - Apple
Ett Skal Att Trivas - Dungeon
Why Not Tonight - Dorothy Price
Alligator Wine - Screamin' Jay Hawkins
How Do You Do? I Like You. I Love You. - The Hindi 5
Addis - Ababa Zafari
Muck Muck - Yochanan
Egypt Strut - Salah Rageb
Emnete - Mulatu Astatke
Hands In The Dark - Dark Day
Says Elliot - Sibylle Baier
A Vos Te H'ai Pesar (You'll Be Upset) - Inti Illimani
Cachita - ???????
Bien Bailadito 2 - ?????????
Haunted Castle - The Kingsmen
The Mechanic - The Hellers
Fall of Another Year - CAN
Dizzy - Hugo Montenegro
Cod'ine - Buffy Sainte-Marie
Szivarvany - Hungaria
World Of Made - Carla Kihlstedt
Before I grow too old - Fats Domino

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Episode #22

Photo by Sahara Marina Borja

This Week Kenan's busy getting ready to get married (to the beautiful, talented, miss Ro Agents).
Me and Mikey Palms hold it down though and I even find time to do a little safe sex PSA in the middle of the show (which fulfills my community service obligations).

Enjoy kids.

Episode #22


Main Theme (The Color of Money) - Robbie Robertson
Yellow Pants and Blue Suede Shoes - Little Miss Peggy & The Bill Parker Band
Stand Up Girl - The Sandpipers
Crossroads - Tom Waits
Tonight - Sibylle Baier
Patti Dooke - De La Soul
Tell Her To Come On Home - Little Mack
14 Hour Technicolour Dream - Syn
Quit It - Miriam Makeba
Mirage - Leon's Creation
Ma Pi Naok - Sinn Sisamouth & Ros Sereysothea
Rockin' Out The Blues - The Musical Linn Twins
New York Blues - Allen Ginsberg
Busted - The Bill Parker Band
It's Free - Bishops of the Holy Rollers Fallout Shelter with Curtis Colbert
Go See The Doctor - Kool Moe Dee
STD Fury - Javelin
The Clinic - Big L
VD - Abner Jay
Tom Dooley - The Kingston Trio
People Do - Luke Temple
Big Yellow Taxi - R. Zimmerman
Smog - Johnny Donn With the Jazzrockers
(Theme From) The Monkees - The Manhattan Strings
Baboon - Emcee Will E.P
I Love You - The Bees
Love Me - Sam Cooke & The Sound Dimension
He Needs Me - Olive Oyl
Jenny - Heaven & Earth
Latisha - Dave Berry
Search For The Sea - The Stoics
Se Sapessi Mio Caro - Valeria Mongardini
The Lions and The Cucumber - Manfred Hubler & Siegfried Schwab
Candlelight - Hardin & York
Bottled Up - Devo
Putty (in your hands) - The Yardbirds
Arthur Brown - Tone Tank
Not You Girl - Witness Inc.
Talkin' Trash - The Olympics
Turtle Dovin' - The Coasters
Somewhere Over The Rainbow - Israel Kamakawiwo'ole
Hurt - Johnny Cash
It's Us Who Say Goodbye - We All Together
The Smile - David Axelrod

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Episode #21

Wolf Eyes Submitted by Tim Barber

Episode 21:


Here Come The Warm Jets - Brian Eno
On A Clear Day - The Peddlers
Headless Heroes - Eugene McDaniels
Idle Hands - Harlem River Drive
You're The Boss - Lavern Baker & Jimmy Ricks
Bat Chain Puller - Captain Beefheart
Gin & Coconut Water - Mama Calypso
Little Rug Bug - Rod Rogers with The "Swinging Strings"
Pass Off The Hatchet - Roger & The Gypsies
Can You Keep A Secret ? - De La Soul
Look What They've Done To My Song - Melanie
Black Beauty - Ike Turner & The Kings Of Rhythm
Hey Pedro - Chuck Berry
If You Ain't Got No Bread (You Might As Well Stay Home In Bed) - Billy Hamlin
Shout Bamalama - Otis Redding & The Pinetoppers
It's Impossible - The King's English
Little Black Book - Make Up
Hair - Hugo Montenegro
Devil Town (Scott Thorough Remix) - Daniel Johnston
Stengun - Linda Van Dyck With Boo & The Boo Boo's
Tomorrow's People - The Children Of Today - McDonald & Giles
Love Story - Rick Nelson
Country Cooking - Jim Dandy
Southern Nights - Allen Toussaint
Peace Begins Within - Nora Dean
Just Because - Andre Williams
Get Out My Life Woman - Bill Cosby
Basketball Throwdown - Cold Crush Brothers Vs. The Fantastic Five
Fishin' Blues - Taj Mahal
Ringo's Theme/This Boy (inst) - The Beatles
I love My Dog - Cat Stevens
You Know How To Make Me Feel So Good - Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes
Doktor - Peggy March
Stand In Line & Take Your Turn - Tiny Colbert
The Green Grass Grows All Around - Louis Jordon
Don't let Your Chance Go By - David McNeil
You're My Mother - Mud
Night In The City - Y Triban
A Little Bit Of Soul - The Music Explosion
A Man Has To Go Back To The Crossroads - James Brown
Parted - Gary Bartz
It Could Have Been Me - Holly Near
Eve Of Destruction - The Turtles
The Letter - The Nirvana Sitar & String Group
????? (The title is in Khmer - which has its own alphabet) - Ros Sereysothea
Tow Away - Boris Policeband
Contrabando - Los Brincos
Metamorphosis - Philip Glass

Thursday, September 25, 2008

Episode #20

Wolf Brando vs. The Batcave

Episode #20


Chnang Jass Baiy Chgagn - Ros Sereysothea
Death Of A Socialite - The Pretty Things
Such A Night - Johnnie Ray
Take it Easy My Brother Charles - Som Tres
American Fruit, African Roots - Zulema
Colours And Shapes - Nobody's Children
it just ain't right - London & The Bridges
Never Will I Marry - Nancy Wilson & Cannonball Adderley
London Is The Place For Me - Lord Kitchener
Rebirth - Gershon Kingsley
Survival - Annette Peacock
Hey Leroy - Jimmy Castor Bunch
Mojo Hannah - Little Esther Phillips
Don't Lead Me On - The Exotics
Your Replacement Is Here - Edd Henry
It's Me You Really Love - Black Velvet
Sea Of Heartbreak - Don Gisson
This Is Not A Song It's An Outburst: Or, The Establishment Blues - Rodriguez
Do You Love Me (Like You Say You Do) - Lee Fields
Tom's Version - Herman Marquis
BATMAN Theme - Nelson Riddle
I Am Gonna Unmask The BATMAN - Lacy Gibson
BATMAN Riddles The Riddler - Batman OST (by Nelson Riddle)
(Zap! Pow!) Do The BATMAN - Gate Wesley & Band
The Joker - Bob Bunny
He's The Penguin - Burgess Meredith
BATMAN Theme - Skavoovie & The Epitones
BATMAN Thaws Mr. Freeze - Batman OST (by Nelson Riddle)
Pink BATMAN - Dan Deacon
BATMAN - Cody Chestnut
BATGIRL! - The Batgirl Singers
The Joker - The Mylestones
BATMAN Theme - Link Wray
North To Alaska - Johnny Horton
Napoli - Giant Sand
Hot Pants - El Combo Xingu
Tabu - Manny Duran & Orchestra
Purple Pill Eater - The Wild Ones
Sisters And Brothers - Voices Of East Harlem
Streetbeater - Quincy Jones
Shake Rattle & Roll - Big Joe Turner
Fantasy - Pi-R-Square
Broken English - Marianne Faithful
First We Take Manhattan - Leonard Cohen
Taxman - Rockwell
A Day In The Life - Wolfgang Dauner
A Little Lost - Arthur Russel
Moon Shot - Oak Apple Day & Deadly Pair
Stormy - The Meters
Some Beautiful Day - Pete Levin & Bill Comeau

Thursday, September 18, 2008

Episode #19

How come the black wolf got to look all vicious and shit. These shirts are straight up racist.

I thought the last show was all over the place a little bit. So I wanted to come out strong with 19. To Redeem myself. So I went into the stacks and pulled out some dusters, dusted them off, and had a party.

Episode #19


Atlantis - Donovan
God Out West - Link Wray
Drip Drop - Dion & The Belmonts
A Foggy Day - The Nu-Sounds
The Fall of The Queen - Destiny's Children
Your Ol' Lady - The Isley Brothers
Enchantment - The Melody Mates
Feelin' No Pain - The Del Satins
Soul Man - Sweet Charles
Celebration - Watts Prophets
Fire (She Need Water) - Wayne McGhie
Sun - The Pretty Things
Dark Street Downtown - Flat Earth Society
Murder Mystery - Edan
Gumbo - MF Doom
Bubble Gum - The 9th Creation
You Need Feet - Chad & Jeremy
Funkier Than A Mosquito's Tweeter - Nina Simone
Sugar On My Tounge - Talking Heads
One Mint Julep - The Clovers
No Moon At All - Julie London
Your Sweet Love - Lee Hazlewood
Duck You Sucker (Main Theme) - Ennio Morricone
Love and Happiness - Monty Alexander
Ain't No Greens In Harlem - The Vibrations
Little Green Bag - George Baker
He Will Break Your Heart - Freddie Scott
Got Myself a Good Man - Pucho & His Latin Soul Brothers
Hot Freaks - Guided By Voices
Outlaw Heart - Tiger Army
ohhhh - Alfredo Vela
Leave This Man Alone - The Moody Blues
Fashion Conscious - The Fresh Windows
When The Evening Comes - The Chambers Brothers
Wamee - Screamin' Jay Hawkins
Keeper of the Sea - Bruce Norman Quintet
Clown - Black Velvet
Harry the one man Band - Manfred Mann
Macarthur Park - Richard Harris
Thank You, Call Again - Chuck Wayne
Applejack - Joe Morris
Di Doo Dah - Jane Birkin
Sunrise - Serengeti & polyphonic
Ain't Gwine To Whistle Dixie (no mo) - Taj Mahal

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Isn't It a Pity

It is a pity that this song got cut off the end of episode #18.
It was a technical problem.
So here it is in its entirety .
It was a shame it got cut off because it is a meditation and should be left to wash over you.
This song is heartbreakingly beautiful.
It is a George Harrison song. But Nina Simone doesn't merely cover songs she re-invents them and makes them her own. This is a Nina Simone song.

If you listen closely - you can hear her commenting to herself on the lyric she just sung. Changing her mind perhaps. Or adding an aside. But contemplating the song. While she's singing it.

We are just listening to her inner conversation. She is having an experience on stage with her piano, her brain, and god I suppose. And she's generous enough to allow us to listen in.

check it.

DOWNLOAD: Nina Simone - Isn't it a Pity

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Episode #18

Episode #18:

Nutting Girl - Morris On
Some instrumental shit I forget
Get Thy Bearings - The Sand dollars
Sexual Healing - The Hot 8 Brass Band
Sand And Rain - Nancy Holloway
Hard Times - Curtis Mayfield
Paint It Black - The Love Sitars
Beggar - Children Of The Sixth Root Race
I'm So Depressed - Abner Jay
I walk on Gilded Splinters - Dr. John
More Nutting girl - Morris On
More Pricks Than Kicks (Live) - The Pouges
For What Its Worth - Pete Moore
Family On Blast - Cody Chestnut
The Skies Above - The Equals
All Your Goodies Are Gone - Parliament
Solarwind - Pete Moore
Our Day Will Come - Ruby & The Romantics
FoodStamps - The 24 Carat Black
Optimo - Liquid Liquid
Rpmeo & Juliet - Lou Reed
Teaching The audience how to yodel - Pete Seeger
Ain't No Sunshine - Michael Jackson
Cinematics - Dujeous
Reefer Man - Harlen Lattimore & His Connie's Inn Orchestra
I wanna Be Like You - King Louis & Balou
Peaches & Regalia - Frank Zappa
Devil Got My Woman - Skip James
Cast Your Fate To The Wind - Quincy Jones
(Interlude Break - talking talky)
Can't Seem To Make You Mine - The Seeds
Robot In A Robot's World - The Flaming Ember
Robot, Robot - Cerise
Wenn Der Urlaub Kommt - Manfred King
Written On The Wall - The Invitations
Fuck Off - Slim Gallard
Natchez Shopping Blues - Olu Dara
Steady Slobbin' - Prince Paul w/ Breeze Bruin
Legend In His Own Mind - Gil Scott-Heron
Say You Will - Sly & The Family Stone
Negro League - Natural Resource
Friends - Biz Markie
Are You Lonely For Me Baby - Freddie Scott
Closer Than Friends - Surface (This song sucks very much- sorry. It's not my fault. I didn't play it.)
Isn't It A Pity - Nina Simone

Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Pamphlet #1

I wrote a book pamphlet.

It's not real. It's all made up.

I made it with my bare hands.

It costs three dollars. If you know me in real life and you see me on the street or something I will just give you one. But you should give me three dollars anyway. Because It's only three dollars.

If you would like one and you don't know me personally, you can either order one through paypal (see below) or you can just put three dollar bills and two un-used first class united states postal stamps into an envelope and send it to:

J. Cox
455 9th street
Brooklyn, NY 11215

I prefer this method because you can really just put three dollar bills in the mail, drop it in a mailbox. You can do that. And it's only three dollars. you got that. And I will send you this beautiful hand-made art pamphlet I made .

(make sure to include your return address)

or you can just paypal:

Thursday, September 4, 2008

Episode #17

Photo by Sahara Marina Borja

This one is Bango & Cash. It gets my personal nod of approval for being full of bangers & mash and newfound gems

Episode #17


Trying Hard To Look Inside - The Waters
For Love - Herman's Hermits
Ninety-Nine And One Half - Fever Tree
Time To Say Goodbye - The Martells
No More Hot Dogs - Hasil Adkins
Take Em - Last Good Tooth
Girl From The North Country - Link Wray
et moi, et moi, et moi - Jacques Dutrone
Leopard Tree Dream - Giorgio Moroder
Addicts Psalm - Ralph Carmichael & Pat Boone
Children Don't Get Weary - Booker T & The MG's
You Don't Love Me - Kim & Grim
He Who Would Valiant Be - The Ted Taylor Organization Feat. Tubby Hayes
Les Bicyclettes De Belsize - Baja Marimba Band
Almustafa The Beloved - The Billy Cobham/George Duke Band
A Message From The Inner City - The Crusaders
Rollin' - Saukrates w/ Masta Ace & OC
Gemini - Zodiac BlowFly
Daydream - The Gunter Hallmann Choir
Down Man - Brainbox
First Come, First Served - Ramon Morris
Silver Bird - The Guess Who
How Do You Feel? - Harsh Reality
Akhear - Juggy D
(Interlude Break - talking talky)
Camarillo Brillo - Frank Zappa
I See - REVS
Greenback Dollar - Kingston Trio
Funny Ways - Gentle Giant
Left-Handed Woman - John Hartford
The Power Of Positive Drinking - Lou Reed
You'll Be Mine - Howlin' Wolf
Nuclear War - Sun Ra & His Arkestra
Roll Dem Bones - John Tee
Soul Experience - Iron Butterfly
Jagger The Dagger - Eugene McDaniels
Good Morning Schoolgirl - Junior Wells
Rockin' In The Graveyard - Jackie Morningstar
Trouble On The Road - The Wailers
Eye Examination - Del The Funky Homosapien
Theme - Bill Conti
Louise - Jack Elliot & Tom Waits
The Good Life - John Wayne
Tracks of My Tears - The Pharaohs

Thursday, August 28, 2008

Episode #16

On this Episode Mikey plays a song so cheesy he later feels compelled to apologize for it. Then later I play a song which offends Kenan so much it sparked a heated ideological conversation about the concept of context in music.

See if you can pick them out.

Plus mad obscure beautiful bangers.

Episode #16


Take off your clothes to feel the setting sun - Wolfgang Dauner
We Don't Care - Hubert Thomas Valverde & The HT's
Peace Go With You Brother - Gil Scott-Heron
Angel Dust - Gil Scott-Heron
Trust Your Child pt. 1 - Patrizia & Jimmy
Message From A Blackman - The Whatnaughts
Our Generation - Ernie Hines
Long Time Boy - Nadia Cathouse
Making Love (at the dark end of the street) - Clarence CArter
Sport - Lighnin' Rod
My Own Home - Jungle Book Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Only Sixteen - Sam Cooke
Almost Grown - Chuck Berry
My Momma And My Poppa - Darondo
Piss Factory - Patti Smith
Suburban Family Lament - Rith Copeland
Ripped Open by Metal Explosions - Galt MacDermont's First Natural Hair Band
Mindless Child Of Motherhood - The Kinks
It Don't Come Easy - Ringo Starr
La Musica Della Mafia (skit)
Song For My father - Horace Silver
Can't You Feel My Heartbeat - Goldie & The Gingerbreads
I Have Known Love - Silver Apples
Hourglass - The Bees
Man On Box - Audience
Good Morning Starshine - Strawberry Alarm Clock
Rise - Josh Rouse
Mill Valley - Miss Abrams and The Strawberry
Love Letters - Ketty Lesters
Pata Pata - Miriam Makeba
Like Being Born - Marianne Faithful
When I See Mommy I feel Like A Mummy - Captain Beefheart
Return To Nursery - Carter Brunell
The Wanderer - Johnny Cash
Two Girls In Love (With eachother) - Snatch & The Poontangs
Two Sisters - Tom Waits
Evil Ways - Willie Bobo
My Brother Is A Basehead - De La Soul
One To Grow On - UMC's
Guns Of Brixton - Nouvelle Vague
Armagedon - Cocorosie
Simple - Company Flow
Snake Hips - Johnny Lewis Trio & Millie
Falling Down - Scarlett Johansson
Growing Up (demo) - Bruce Springsteen
Transmetropolitan - The Pogues
13th Floor/ Growing Old - OutKast

Friday, August 22, 2008

Episode #15

Drawings of wolves by Eleonore Hendricks (note: the second one is a pencil drawing on the inside of a matchbook cover. Word up.)

Back in business baby.
This one's a banger I think.

Episode #15


Cry Baby Cry - Ramsey Lewis
Tiger - Brian Auger & The Trinity
Strychnine - The Sonics
You Know My Name (Look Up The Number) - The Beatles
I Dig - Ragni, Rado, & MacDermont
Batakum - Brown Sugar
Lightworks - Raymond Scott
Communication - David McCullum
Little Green Bag - George Baker
Cigarillo - Brother Lucus Singers
Rhythm Kung Fu - Banzaii
Gypsy Woman (Demo Version) - Joe Baatan
Deep Gully - Outlaw Blues Band
Parlato - La Musica Della Mafia
Chestnut - Graham Gouldman
Chicago Cottage - The Mirage
Foreign Country - The Concretes
House of The Rising Sun - Donald Byrd
Je m'appelle Jane - Jane Birkin & Mickey 3D
Junk - The Roulettes
Werewolf - The Frantics
Conversation Piece - David Bowie
Guns of Brixton - Some little kid
The Ol' Main Drag - The Pouges
Trouble - Brenton Wood
Electricity -Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band
Johnny Comes Marching Home Mambo - Manny Duran and His Sextet
Sunshine Superman - Mel Torme
Shit From An Old Notebook - Minutemen
Sympathy For The Devil - Bryan Ferry
1941 - Harry Nilsson
Ego Tripping - Nikki Giovanni
Listen Heah - Bros. In Co-Op
Celestial Blues - Andy Bey
Summertime - Rick Nelson
My Year Is a Day - Les Irresistables
Little Bitty Pretty One - Zalman Yanousky
Love in the Streets - Johnnie Taylor
It's Raining - Irma Thomas
Deeper Shade Of Soul - Ray Barretto
I Lost My Girl To An Argentinean Cowboy - The American Song-Poem Anthology
Re-Enlistment Blues - Merle Travis
Three Is a Magic Number - Bob Dorough
Backlash Blues - Nina Simone
Sendin The Vipers - Mezz Mezzrow Orchestra
The Beggar's Song - Wet Willie
Willin' - Little Feet w/ Ry Cooder
Little Green Apples - OC Smith

Sunday, August 17, 2008

Episode #14

Episode #14

Kenan wasn't able to make it out for this episode and I was mad late. Luckily Mikey Palms held it down lovely with the help of our special guest star Ben "The Beyonder" Carlin

Here's a picture of him (he's on the left. The other guy is some singer, I dunno)

Ben Carlin's got joints. You can hear him spin every tuesday at Loki Lounge 304 5th avenue, Brooklyn NY

I come through near the end with a generational theme (with a little baking soda sub-theme)



Bee-ing - Carol Batton
Learning To Hunt - Guided By Voices
Two Cigarettes In The Dark - Abbey Lincoln
Before The Night Is Over - Joe Simon
Evil Woman - Guy Darrell
Paint A Lady - Susan Christie
Warm Up My Lips - Breakout
It's Taking So Long - Kathy Smith
I'm Gonna Love You 'til I Die - John Browne
My Hero Is A Gun - Diana Ross
The Waitress - Atmosphere
She's A Hippy - Chubby Checker
Twist & Shout - The Mamas & The Papas
The Magpie of Mexico City - Elmer Martin
Walking The Dog - Rufus Thomas
Spinnin' Wheel - Shirley Bassey
My Big Hands - David Byrne
Come On In - R.L Burnside
Train To Skaville - Jackie Mittoo
Why Did You Do It? - Stretch
Cold Bear - The Gaturs
Cool 'n' Out - Joe Strummer & The Mescaleros
Funeral Pyre - The Jam
-Mikey plays a bunch of cool surf records -
Solitary Man - Neil Diamond
I met him on a Sunday - The Shirelles
Lawdy Miss Clawdy - Elvis Presley
I'm Guilty - Andre Williams & Rudy Ray Moore
It Ain't Whatcha Do - Little Richard
Oh My - The Dansettes
Funky Broadway - Delroy Wilson
Skinhead Moonstomp - Symarip
Underdog - Sly & The Family Stone
**(Kray gets on after being mad late)**
Chips, Chicken, Banana Split - JoJo & The Fugitives
This Is The Lost Generation - The Lost Generation
What Is This Generation Coming To? - Robert Mitchum
Younger Generation Blues - Janis Ian
Baking Soda - John Hartford
Baking Soda - Hangar 18
Generation - Jelly Bean Bandits
Blank Generation - Richard Hell & The Voidoids
New Generation - The Chambers Brothers