Sunday, December 26, 2010

B.W.'s PLAYLIST/ KHSU, 90.5/ SAT., 25 DEC. 2010

Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter Sharon Van Etten has emerged as a "cut above" the vast sea of singer/songwriters. With her sophomore release, epic, Van Etten delivers an excellent folk/pop record, filled with poignant lyrics, beautifully executed and arranged. epic definitely would have made my "Top 10" had I had discovered this late 2010 release earlier. My apologies, Sharon...a terrific album.

The Love I Saw in You Was Just a Mirage/ SMOKEY ROBINSON & THE MIRACLES (’67)

Selfish One/ JACKIE ROSS (’64)

Ruler of My Heart/ IRMA THOMAS (’62)

Uptight Good Woman/ SPENCER WIGGINS (’67, ’01 collection, The Goldwax Story, Vol. 1)

I Am Trying to Break Your Heart/ JC BROOKS & THE UPTOWN SOUND (’10, 7” single)

Nickels and Dimes/ THE PLIMSOULS (’81, self titled)

Don’t Wait Up For Me/ THE BEAT (’79, self titled)

Pas Adieu/ FABIENNE DELSOL (’10, On My Mind)*

If I Needed Someone/ THE BEATLES (’65, Rubber Soul)

Feel a Whole Lot Better/ THE BYRDS (’65, Mr. Tambourine Man)

Start Again/ TEENAGE FANCLUB (’97, Songs From Northern Britain)

Hit the Snow/ THE AISLERS SET (’00, The Last Match)

2000 Miles/ THE PRETENDERS (’83, Learning to Crawl)

Nowhere Near/ YO LA TENGO (’93, Painful)

Bigmouth Strikes Again/ THE SMITHS (’86, The Queen is Dead)

Son of a Gun (BBC version)/ THE LA’S ('89, ’06 collection, BBC in Session)

Earn Enough For Us/ XTC (’86, Skylarking)

San Diego Zoo/ THE 6 THS (w/ Barbara Manning) (’95, Wasps Nests)

Beautiful View/ LUNA (’97, Pup Tent)

Don’t Do It/ SHARON VAN ETTEN (’10, epic)*

Finding You/ THE GO-BETWEENS (’05, Oceans Apart)

Nobody/ THE REPLACEMENTS (’90, All Shook Down)

Rose Parade/ ELLIOT SMITH (’97, either/or)

New Amsterdam/ ELVIS COSTELLO & THE ATTRACTIONS (’80, Get Happy!!)

Good to be on the Road Again/ CORNERSHOP (w/ Liz Frazier) (’97, When I Was Born For the 7th Time)

Fifteen Feet of Pure White Snow/ NICK CAVE & THE BAD SEEDS (’01, No More Shall We Part)

Blue Bell Knoll/ COCTEAU TWINS (’88, Blue Bell Knoll)

Frost and Fire/ EVERYTHING BUT THE GIRL (’85, Eden)

Candy Says/ THE VELVET UNDERGROUND (’69, self titled)

I’m a Man You Don’t Meet Everyday/ THE POGUES (’85, Rum, Sodomy & The Lash)

Vinkonur/ OLOF ARNALDS (’10, Innundir Skinni)*

*new or recent release

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Captain Beefheart, 1941-2010

Don Van Vliet, better known as Captain Beefheart, was an uncompromising artist and musical pioneer, whose influence on contemporary music and musicians has been enormous. The list includes: Tom Waits, Deerhoof, Pavement, Marc Ribot, Nels Cline, Gang of Four, Beck, Jack White, John Zorn and The Minutemen, to name a few. In a recent LA Times obituary, Tom Waits succinctly (and poetically) expressed his lament of Van Vliet's death (due to complications from MS):

"He was like the scout on a wagon train," Waits wrote in an e-mail Friday. "He was the one who goes ahead and shows the way. He was a demanding bandleader, a transcendental composer (with emphasis on the dental), up there with Ornette [Coleman], Sun Ra and Miles [Davis]. He drew in the air with a burnt stick. He described the indescribable. He's an underground stream and a big yellow blimp.

"I will miss talking to him on the phone. We would describe what we saw out of our windows. He was a rememberer. He was the only one who thought to bring matches. He's the alpha and the omega. The high water mark. He's gone and he won't be back."

He will be missed, though his music still stands as a force.

Sunday, December 19, 2010

B.W.'s PLAYLIST/ KHSU, 90.5/ SAT., 18 DEC. 2010

Recently unearthed, The Psychedelic Aliens was a great funk band from Ghana, beginning from 1968. Their only known surviving recordings (only three '45 singles plus B-sides) have been put together by Academy Records, entitled Psycho African Beat. Six killer cuts of a hybrid of African and US soul/funk. Amazing.
New Mule Skinner Blues/ THE MADDOX BROTHERS & ROSE (’48, ’10 collection, Oxford American Southern Music No. 12)
Hard Times Come and Go/ POKEY LaFARGE & THE
SOUTH CITY (’10, Riverboat Soul)

My Heart Skips a Beat/ THE SECRET SISTERS (’10, self titled)*

Willow Weep For Me/ PETE MOLINARI (’10, A Train Bound For Glory)

Mermaid Parade/ PHOSPHORESCENT (’10, Here’s to Taking It Easy)

Livin’ Too Close to the
Rio Grande/ FREEDY JOHNSTON (’10, Rain on the City)

You Won’t Let Me Down Again/ ISOBEL CAMPBELL & MARK LANEGAN (’10, Hawk)
Live With the Seasons/ TEENAGE FANCLUB (’10, Shadows)*

We End Up Together/ THE NEW PORNOGRAPHERS (’10, Together)

Resolution/ STEVE WYNN & THE MIRACLE 3 (’10, Northern Aggression)*

Hammering Castle Bird Man/ MIKE WATT + THE MISSINGMEN (’10, Hyphenated-Man)*

Got Nuffin / SPOON (’10, Transerfence)

Everything At Once/ SUPERCHUNK (’10, Majesty Shredding)

Hot Head/ CAPTAIN BEEFHEART & THE MAGIC BAND (’80, Doc at the Radar Station)
Sea Seizure (No. 19)/ MARY HALVORSON QUINTET (’10, Saturn Sings)*

Better Than a Machine (for Vic Chesnutt)/ BILL FRISELL (’10, Beautiful Dreamers)

Pius Ogola/ AKUMU ODHIAMBO (’10, Frank Fairfield's Pawnshop Presents Unheard Ofs & Forgotten Abouts)

Gbomei Adesai/ THE PSYCHEDELIC ALIENS (‘60’s, ’10 collection, Psycho African Beat)*

King Queen/ THE NELS CLINE SINGERS (’10, Initiate)

Ma/ TOM ZE (’75, ’90, The Best of Tom Ze)

Ice Cream For Crow/ CAPTAIN BEEFHEART & THE MAGIC BAND (’82, Ice Cream For Crow)

Clap Hands (live, ’87)/ TOM WAITS (’88, Big Time)

A Mushroom Cloud/ SAMMY SALVO (’61, ’10 collection, Oxford American Southern Music No. 12)

Tunnel of Love/ WANDA JACKSON (’61)

Suffering Season/ WOODS (’10, At
Echo Lake)

Save Yourself/ SHARON VAN ETTEN (’10, epic)*

Better Things to Do/ SHARON JONES & THE DAP-KINGS (’10, I Learned the Hard Way)

*new or recent release

Sunday, December 12, 2010

B.W.'s PLAYLIST/ KHSU, 90.5/ SAT., 11 DEC. 2010

St. Louis native, Ann Peebles carved her soul style, with a deep funk groove, in Memphis, signed to Willie Mitchell's Hi Records. On her 1971 release, Part Time Love (which her self-penned song, "I'll Get Along," is featured), Peebles' soul funk is backed by the legendary Hi house band, including the Hodges brothers. Peebles still remains a greatly overlooked Memphis soul great.
Just One More Day (live)
/ OTIS REDDING (’66, ’10 issued, Live on the Sunset Strip)

Willy Nilly/ RUFUS THOMAS (’65)

You’ve Been Cancelled/ ERMA FRANKLIN (’68, Super Soul Sister)

Nothing But a Heartache/ THE FLIRTATIONS (’69)

I’ll Get Along/ ANN PEEBLES (’71, Part Time Love)

Crazy About You Baby/ THE HELLCATS (’90, Hoodoo Train)

Jump, Jive & Harmonize/ Come On Now/ THE PLIMSOULS (’81, ’10 issue, Live! Beg, Borrow & Steal)

Do You Wanna Love Me?/ PAUL COLLINS (’10, King of Power Pop)

I Need You/ THE KINKS (’65)

Everybody’s Happy Nowadays/ THE BUZZCOCKS (’79, A Different Kind of Tension)

Annalisa/ PUBLIC IMAGE (’78, Public Image: First Issue)

Dirty Knails/ LES SAVY FAV (’10, Root For Ruin)*

Dishonest John/ THE JIM JONES REVUE (’10, Burning Your House Down)*

Devil Doll/ X (’83, More Fun in the New World)

Rope Light/ SUPERCHUNK (’10, Majesty Shredding)

Colored Lights/ STEVE WYNN & THE MIRACLE 3 (’10, Northern Aggression)*

Consolation Prizes/ IGGY POP & JAMES WILLIAMSON (’77, ’10 remastered, Kill City)

Trash/ NEW YORK DOLLS (’73, self titled)

Nervous Breakdown/ EDDIE COCHRAN (’58)

Candy’s Room/ BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN (’78, Darkness on the Edge of Town)

Star Charmer/ GRINDERMAN (’10, Grinderman 2, bonus tracks)

You Can Take Your Time/ NINA NASTASIA (’10, Outlaster)

Death Rattles/ WOODS (’10, At Echo Lake)

Suburban War/ ARCADE FIRE (’10, The Suburbs)

Ambivalent Landscape Z/ EXTRA LENS (’10, Undercard)*

Nothing’s Changed/ OUTRAGEOUS CHERRY (’10, Seemingly Solid Reality)

Falling and Laughing/ ORANGE JUICE (’82 version, ’10 collection, Coals To Newcastle)*

Howl/ JUNIP (’10, Fields)*

Today is Gonna to Be Mine/ DAVID KILGOUR (’01, A Feather in the Engine)

Rain on the City/ FREEDY JOHNSTON (’10, Rain on the City)

*new or recent release

Sunday, December 5, 2010

B.W.'s PLAYLIST/ KHSU, 90.5/ SAT., 4 DEC. 2010

British-based band The Jim Jones Revue makes a strong cocktail of Little Richard, MC5, The Stooges, Little Willie John and Gun Club. The band's second effort, Burning Your House Down, produced by Cramps/Bad Seed/Grinderman drummer Jim Sclavunos, is a high octane rock n' roll highball.
Tak dej se k nam a projdem svet/ MARTA KUBISOVA (‘60’s, ’09 collection, Ne! The Soul of Marta Kubisova)
Black Room/ JUN MAYUZUMI (’68, ’09 collection, Nippon Girls)

Fog of Trujillo/ THE LUCKSMITHS (’05, Warmer Corners)
Ce Jour La/ FABIENNE DELSOL (’10, On My Mind)*

Poor Old Soul (French version)/ ORANGE JUICE (’80, ’10 box set, Coals to Newcastle)* [Domino]
Cette Lettre La/ SYLVIE VARTAN (’65, ’09 collection, Irresistiblement) [RPM]
Let Me Get Close to You/ BEVERLY WARREN (’65, ’09 collection, The Laurie Records Story, Vol. 3)

Bloom/ BRISA ROCHE (’10, All Right Now)*
Nothing is Good Enough/ AIMEE MANN (’99, Bachelor No. 2)
Funny Little Frog/ BELLE & SEBASTIAN (’06, The Life Pursuit)
The Way You Walk/ PAPAS FRITAS (’00, Buildings and Grounds)
Rockin’ Around (With You)/ TOM PETTY AND THE HEARTBREAKERS (’76, self titled)
I’m Not in Love/ TALKING HEADS (’78, More Songs About Buildings and Food)
Colored Lights/ STEVE WYNN & THE MIRACLE 3 (’10, Northern Aggression)*
Everything at Once/ SUPERCHUNK (’10, Majesty Shredding)*
Valentine/ THE REPLACEMENTS (’87, Pleased to Meet Me)

I’m Shakin’/ LITTLE WILLIE JOHN (’59)
Hollywood Bed/ THE BLASTERS (’81, self titled)
Lucille/ LITTLE RICHARD (’57)
Premeditated/ JIM JONES REVUE (’10, Burning Your House Down)*
Little Man With a Gun in His Hand/ MINUTEMEN (’83, Buzz or Howl Under the Influence of Heat)
Roadside Wreck/ SOUTHERN CULTURE ON THE SKIDS (’91, Too Much Pork For Just One Fork)
Join My Gang/ THE LONG RYDERS (’83, 10-5-60)
Adam Raised the Cain/ BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN (’78, Darkness on the Edge of Town)
As Long As I Have You/ THE DETROIT COBRAS (’07, Tied & True)
Night Life/ JOHN DOE & THE SADIES (’09, Country Club)
Opportunity to Cry/ WILLIE NELSON (’60, ’03 collection, Crazy: The Demo Sessions) *[also known as the “Pamper Sessions”]

Alcohol/ THE KINKS (’71, Muswell Hillbillies)
Radio Montana/ CASEY NEILL & THE NORWAY RATS (’10, Goodbye to the Rank and File)
Gravity of Levity/ LILA NELSON (’08, Letter Home)

You Are Not Alone/ MAVIS STAPLES (10, You Are Not Alone)*
*new or recent release

Sunday, November 28, 2010

B.W.'s PLAYLIST/ KHSU, 90.5/ SAT., 27 NOV. 2010

Steve Wynn & The Miracle 3 gears for a upcoming tour and new release, Northern Aggression, playing a recent NYC gig at the Living Room (in the Lower East Side). Northern Aggression is an excellent rock record, carrying that edge that propelled 2003's fierce Static Transmission. Longtime Miracle 3 (and Baseball Project) drummer Linda Pitmon (former Zuzu's Petals founding member) is again fantastic on this new record. Probably one of the most underrated drummers in rock music today. No BS.

I Move Around/ THE PURRS (’10, Tearing Down Paisely Garden ep)

Resolution/ STEVE WYNN & THE MIRACLE 3 (’10, Northern Aggression)*

I Wanna Be Your Dog/ THE STOOGES (’69, self titled)

I’m Waiting For My Man/ THE VELVET UNDERGROUND (’67, The Velvet Underground & Nico)

Shackles and Chains/ MARK HARRISON AND SNAKEHIPS (’93, Lit)

Reptile Style/ REIGNING SOUND (’02, Time Bomb High School)

The Have Nots/ X (’82, Under the Big Black Sun)

Automatic/ THE RED DEVILS (’92, King King)

Romeo’s Escape/ DAVE ALVIN (’87, Every Night About This Time)

Color Me Impressed/ THE REPLACEMENTS (’83, Hootenanny)

Confection/ THE NELS CLINE SINGERS (’07, Draw Breath)

Pass the Hatchet, I Think I’m Goodkind/ YO LO TENGO (’06, I Am Not Afraid of You and I Will Beat Your Ass)

When You’re Away From Me/ FAVOURITE SONS (’06, Down Beside Your Beauty)

Beauty and the Beast/ DAVID BOWIE (’77, Heroes)

Never Stop/ ECHO AND THE BUNNYMEN (’82, ’03 reissue, Porcupine)

Love = Building on Fire/ TALKING HEADS (’77, Talking Heads: 77)

Louise Louise/ ORANGE JUICE (’78-’81, Glasgow School, ’10 collection, Coals to Newcastle*)

Something to Say/ THE ACTION (’67, ’02 issue, Rolled Gold)

Soliel/ IAIN ARCHER (’06, Magnetic North)

Jisgsaw Falling Into Place/ RADIOHEAD (’07, In Rainbows)

Love is Here/ LUSCIOUS JACKSON (’97, A Life Less Ordinary st)

Cello Song/ THE BOOKS & JOSE GONZALEZ (’09 collection, Dark Was the Night)

Steam Comes Off Our House/ DE ROSA (’07 comp., Ballads of the Book)

Vinur Minn/ OLOF ARNALDS (’10, Innundir Skinni)*

E Preciso Perdoar/ CESARIA EVORA & CAETANO VELOSO (’96, Red Hot + Rio)

*new or recent release

Thursday, November 25, 2010


Ballad of the Soldier's Wife/ MARIANNE FAITHFULL & CHRIS SPEDDING ('85, Lost in the Stars)

I’ll Be Your Mirror/ THE VELVET UNDERGROUND W/ NICO (’67, self titled)

Crazy Car/ OLOF ARNALDS (’10, Innundir Skinni)*

Cursed Sleep/ BONNIE ‘PRINCE’ BILLY (’06, The Letting Go)

Lovely Day (demo)/ BIG STAR (’74, ’09, Keep an Eye on the Sky)

Tell Me What You Want/ AUTUMN DEFENSE (’10, Once Around)*

Staraflur/ SIGUR ROS (’07, Hvarf/Heim)

It’s Only Time/ MAGNETIC FIELDS (’04, i)

Hearts of Iron/ HANDSOME FURS (’04, Plague Park)

Frozen Gtr./ THURSTON MOORE (’07, Trees Outside the Academy)

Come On/ SNAKEHIPS (’10, Month of Sundays)

Colored Lights/ STEVE WYNN & THE MIRACLE 3 (’10, Northern Aggression)*

Buffalo Boots/ LUNA (’04, Rendezvous)

Bluebeard/ COCTEAU TWINS (’93, Four-Calendar Café)

Always/ JUNIP (’10, Fields)*

Another Hollow Line/ THE YOUNG KNIVES (’06, Voices of Animals and Men)

Lazy Line Painter Jane/ BELLE & SEBASTIAN (’97, Lazy Line Painter Jane ep)

Hey Lloyd I’m Ready To Be Heartbroken/ CAMERA OBSCURA (’06, Let’s Get Out of This Country)

Weeping Wine/ LLOYD COLE (’91, Don’t Get Weird on Me Babe)

A Place in My Heart/ ORANGE JUICE (’84, Texas Fever ep)

Pas Adieu/ FABIENNE DELSOL (’10, On My Mind)*

Hit the Snow/ THE AISLERS SET (’00, The Last Match)

Sex With An X/ THE VASELINES (’10, Sex With An X)

Pretty Girls Go Insane/ OUTRAGEOUS CHERRY (’04, Our Love Will Change the World)

Comfy in Nautica/ PANDA BEAR (’07, Person Pitch)

Towers of London/ XTC (’87, Black Sea)

Real Men/ THE JAZZ BUTCHER (’84, A Scandal in Bohemia)

Why Can’t I Touch It?/ THE BUZZCOCKS (’79, ’10 reissue, A Different Kind of Tension)

*new or recent release

Sunday, November 21, 2010

B.W.'s PLAYLIST/ KHSU, 90.5/ SAT., 20 NOV. 2010

Poet, artist, musician, composer and activist Patti Smith now can add a National Book Award to her mountain of accolades. Her memoir, Just Kids, about her intense creative and personal relationship with photographer Robert Mapplethorpe won 2010's award for Non Fiction. Well-written and unsentimental view of growing up in NY during the 1970's and 1980's. Congratulations Ms. Smith, a well-deserved recipient!

Shaft in Africa/ JOHNNY PATE (’73)

Return to Gijon/ THE NEW MASTERSOUNDS (’06, 102%)

Immigrant Song/ MOUNTAIN MOCHA KILAMANJARO (’09, self titled)


TV Eye/ THE STOOGES (’70, Fun House)

You Got Me Hummin’/ REIGNING SOUND (’04, Too Much Guitar)

Preachin’ the Blues/ THE GUN CLUB (’81, Fire of Love)

I Asked For Water/ HOWLIN’ WOLF (’56)

Shake Your Hips/ SLIM HARPO (’66)

How It Rained/ LORETTE VELVETTE (’00, Rude Angel)

Honky Tonk Part 1/ BILY DOGGETT (’63)

I Believe in You/ CAT POWER (’08, Jukebox)

Hard Row/ THE BLACK KEYS (’03, Thickfreakness)

Riding With Mary/ X (’82, Under the Black Sun)

Earthquake Heart/ THE DIRTBOMBS (’03, Dangerous Magical Noise)

She’s My Baby/ THE MOJO MEN (’66)

I Was a Teenage Werewolf/ THE CRAMPS (’80, Songs the Lord Taught Us)

So You Wanna Be (A Rock n’ Roll Star)/ PATTI SMITH GROUP (’79, Wave)

Ihop/ LUNA (’97, Pup Tent)

Hammering Castle Bird Man/ MIKE WATT + MISSINGMEN (’10, Hyphenated-Man)*

Goin’ Out West/ TOM WAITS (’92, Bone Machine)

Feeling Gravity’s Pull/ R.E.M. (’85, ’10 reissue, Reconstruction of the Fables)

What Presence? (12” version)/ ORANGE JUICE (’84, The Orange Juice; ’10 box set, Coals to Newcastle)*

Dry the Rain/ THE BETA BAND (’97, ’99 collection, The 3 EP’s)

Inner City Blues/ RODRIGUEZ (’70, Cold Fact)

I Move Around/ LEE HAZELWOOD (’66)

Frenchette/ DAVID JOHANSEN (’78, self titled)

Crazy Car/ OLOF ARNALDS (’10, Innundir Skinni)*

People Make the World Go Round/ THE STYLISTICS (’71, self titled)

This Land is Your Land/ SHARON JONES AND THE DAP-KINGS ('05, Naturally)

*new or recent release

Sunday, November 14, 2010

B.W.'s PLAYLIST/ KHSU, 90.5/ SAT., 13 NOV. 2010

The Glasgow-based band, Orange Juice, led by singer/songwriter Edwyn Collins (pictured here) blazed a trail for eccentric pop groups - not only from Glasgow (including Aztec Camera, The Bluebells, Belle & Sebastian, The Vaselines and Camera Obscura), but for scores of other bands, including The Go-Betweens. Domino has just released an excellent 6-CD comprehensive box set entitled Coals to Newcastle, including a DVD. This will be tempting item for some Orange Juice fanatics right in the time for the holidays.

Snaheha/ PAN RON (’10, Electric Cambodia)

Singapore/ TOM WAITS (’85, Rain Dogs)

The Sick Bed of Cuchulainn/ THE POGUES (’85, Rum, Sodomy & the Lash)

Old Fashioned/ FRIGHTENED RABBIT (’08, The Midnight Organ Fight)

The Boy Wonders/ AZTEC CAMERA (’83, High Land, Hard Rain)

Rip It Up (12” version)/ ORANGE JUICE (’82, ’10 collection, Coals To Newcastle)*

Pas Adieu/ FABIENNE DELSOL (’10, On My Mind)*

Rattlesnakes/ LLOYD COLE & THE COMMOTIONS (’84, Rattlesnakes)

Bigmouth Strikes Again/ THE SMITHS (’86, The Queen is Dead)

Freak Scene/ DINOSAUR JR. (’88, Bug)

You’re Gonna Miss Me/ 13TH FLOOR ELEVATORS (’66, The Psychedelic Sounds of)

Astral Plane/ THE MODERN LOVERS (’79, self titled)

S.F. Sorrw/ SF SEALS (’95, Truth Walks in Sleepy Shadows)

Cry Mercy, Judge/ TOM VERLAINE (’87, Flash Light)

Chinatown/ LUNA (’95, Penthouse)

When I Was Your Guy/ SNAKEHIPS (’10, Month of Sundays)

In the Core of the Flame/ THE GO-BETWEENS (’86, Liberty Belle and the Black Diamond Express)

Trigger Cut/Wounded-Kite at :17/ PAVEMENT (’92, Slanted & Enchanted)

Caterpillar Girl/ LOU BARLOW + MISSINGMEN (’10, Sentridoh III)

What Presence?!/ ORANGE JUICE (’84, ’10 collection, Coals To Newcastle)*

Que Lindo Sueno/ KING KHAN & THE SHRINES (’08 collection, The Supreme Genius of)

I Can’t Rest/ FONTELLA BASS (’66)

Say No Girl/ THE SPANDELLS (’64)

You’ll Never Change/ THE DETROIT COBRAS (’07, Tied & True)

I Walk By Your House/ REIGNING SOUND (’02, Time Bomb High School)

Within Your Reach/ THE REPLACEMENTS (’83, Hootenany)

My Kingdom/ ECHO & THE BUNNYMEN (’84, Ocean Rain)

Bloodbuzz Ohio/ THE NATIONAL (’10, High Violet)

Coulibaly/ AMADOU & MARIAM (’04, Dimanche a Bamako)

Face a la Mer/ LOS NEGRESSES VERTES (’01, Acoustic Clubbing)

Dime Cuando/ ELY GUERRA (’00, Amores Perros st)

*new or recent release

Sunday, November 7, 2010

B.W.'s PLAYLIST/ KHSU, 90.5/ SAT., 6 NOV. 2010

Brookyn-based singer Kelli Scarr, former member of Moonraker, just released her impressive debut full-length, Piece. Recently collaborated with Moby for the NPR's "Project Song," Scarr will be performing at the Arcata Playhouse on Mon., Nov. 8th, at 8 p.m. Scarr will be joined by Cheyenne Mize, member of Louisville's Thomas A. Minor Picket Line, who collaborated with Bonnie 'Prince' Billy on his live record, Fundown Comedown. Mize will also be releasing her debut, Before Lately.

Misunderstood/ WILCO (’05, Kicking Television: Live in Chicago)

Route/ SON VOLT (’95, Trace)

20th Century Boy/ T. REX (’73, Tanx)

Back of a Car/ BIG STAR (‘73, Radio City)

Loose Ends/ BASH & POP (’93, Friday Night is Killing Me)

Living Well is the Best Revenge/ REM (’09, Accelerate)

Statues & Glue/ THE SUNSHINE FIX (’04, Green Imagination)

Take the Long Way Round/ TEENAGE FANCLUB (’97, Songs From Northern Britain)

Everything at Once/ SUPERCHUNK (’10, Majesty Shredding)*

Slowly, Slowly/ MAGNAPOP (’94, Hot Boxing)

Ballroom Blitz/ SWEET (’73, Desolation Boulevard)

Stop Foolin’/ DRESSY BESSY (’05, Electrified)

Swing Set/ THE CUTTERS (’01, Sunday! Sunday! Sunday!)

Top of the World/ CHEAP TRICK (’78, Heaven Tonight)

White Girl/ X (’81, Wild Gift)

Dancing the Night Away/ THE MOTORS (’77, Motors 1)

Unguarded Moment/ THE CHURCH (’81, Of Skin and Hearts)

Hey Luciani!/ THE FALL (’87, Domesday Pay-Off)

Dirty Water/ THE STANDELLS (’66)

Got Nuffin/ SPOON (’10, Transference)

Sugar/ IMPERIAL TEEN (’02, On)

No One Ever Drowns/ STEVE WYNN & THE MIRACLE 3 (’10, Northern Aggression)*

Pink & Sour/ CALIFONE (’06, Roots & Crowns)

Howl/ JUNIP (’10, Fields)*

Try to Sit Out/ FIELD MUSIC (’03, ’06 collection, Write Your Own History)

Break Up/ KELLI SCARR (’10, Piece)*

Perfect Day/ LOU REED (’72, Transformer)

Riverman (N. Drake)/ NATACHA ATLAS (’10, Mounqalib)*

Inner City Blues/ MARVIN GAYE (’71, What’s Going On)

*new or recent release