Sunday, May 15, 2011

B.W.'s PLAYLIST/ KHSU, 90.5/ SAT., 14 MAY 2011

The LA-based band Dengue Fever adds a bit of Ennio Morricone in their unique blend of Cambodian pop, '60s U.S. psychedelia and rock for their new release Cannibal Courtship. There's a bit more of eclectic influences involved in this record that rewards you after repeated listenings.

Rebirth of Slick (Cool Like Dat)/ DIGABLE PLANETS (’93, Reachin’)

OK/ BEASTIE BOYS (’11, Hot Sauce Committee Part Two)*

Memories Can’t Wait/ TALKING HEADS (’79, Fear of Music)

Toumast/ TINARIWEN (’06, Aman Iman: Water is Life)

I Did Crimes For You/ DEERHOOF (’11, Deerhoof vs. Evil)

Way Down the Old Plank/ UNCLE DAVE MACON (’26)

Steel Strings No. 1/ PETER CASE (’86, ’11 collection, The Case Files)*

Freedom or Death/ COME GATHER ROUND US (’10, Despair?)

God’s Gonna Cut You Down/ JOHNNY CASH (’06, American V: A Hundred Highways)

Hear the Grinder Creak/ FAUN FABLES (’10, Light of a Vaster Dark)

Faze Wave/ THE CAVE SINGERS (’11, No Witch)*

One Hundred Days/ MARK LANEGAN (’04, Bubblegum)

Sister in the Radio/ DENGUE FEVER (’11, Cannibal Courtship)*

Deep Down/ MIKE PATTON (’10, Mondo Cane)

Up on the Sun/ THE MEAT PUPPETS (’85, Up on the Sun)

Everywhere With Helicopter/ JASON ISBELL AND THE 400 UNIT (’11, Sing For Your Meat: Tribute to Guided By Voices)*

Pop Zeus/ ROBERT POLLARD w/ DOUG GILLARD (’99, Speak Kindly of Your Volunteer Fire Department)

Staring at a Line is Not Always Fine/ GARDENS (’11, self titled)*

When You Know/ THE FEELIES (’11, Here Before)*

Friendly Ghost/ HARLEM (’10, Hippies)

Nitroglycerine/ THE GORIES (’90, I Know You Fine, But How You Doin’)

Way Down in the Hole/ COMPULSIVE GAMBLERS (’95, Gamblin’ Days Are Over)

In the Wait/ THE PLUGZ (’81, Better Luck)

Here Lies My Love/ HOLLY GOLIGHTLY AND THE BROKEOFFS (’11, No Help Coming)*

One Stolen Moment/ PETE MOLINARI (’08, A Virtual Landslide)

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

Circus Girl/ BERNADETTE CARROLL (’65, ’09 collection, The Laurie Records Story, Vol. 3)

Mixed Up, Shook Up Girl/ MINK DeVILLE (’77, Cabretta)

You and Me/ PENNY AND THE QUARTERS (‘70’s, ’11 reissue, 7” single) [Numero Group]

Love is a Wonderful Thing/ PRINCE MITCHELL (’68)

I've Been Loving You For So Long (live)/ OTIS REDDING AND HIS ORCHESTRA ('66, '10 issue, Live on the Sunset Strip)

*new or recent release

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