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Playlist and notes for 8-24-12

            Well, quite a crazy night on KBOO the other night. Started a few minutes late, but once I got going I started with Random Moments. Now generally, I don’t list my source material for Random Moments as many of the clips are altered beyond recognition anyway. If anyone does have any questions about what they heard, you’re always free to ask (I will try my best to answer).

            Coming out of Random Moments, I played 3 full songs, which are on the playlist below in bold. I use bold to indicate that I played all (or most) of the song and announced the song and artist on the air. The long list of songs after the first three were a part of the sound collage I created live on-air. I played a lot of stuff though, so I can’t guarantee every sound is accounted for on the list.

            After the sound collage, I played about 2 1/2 hours of music. Again, the songs listed in bold were played in full. The non-bold songs were used as background music or transitional cues, usually played in the background while I was talking. I’m going to try to use this format for all of my playlists, but I don’t yet know when my next set will be. Definitely check my Facebook page or follow on Twitter… that’s the easiest way for me to let everyone know what’s going on. Thank you all for your support.

Playlist for “untitled radio show” 8-23-12:

Random Moments #1

Nine Inch Nails – Closer

1939 Ensemble – Esperer

Reggie Watts – Pot Cookies

Star Trek sound FX – alien planet surface

Choir of Monks of l’Abbaye Saint-Pierre de Solesmes – Mass for Christmas Day: Credo

Davitt Moroney - Fugue in C-sharp Major, from The Well-Tempered Clavier (J.S. Bach)

Orlando Consort – In arboris/Tuba sacre fidei/Virgo sum (Philippe de Vitry)

Wei Chung-Loh – The Drunken Fisherman

Peter Neumann & Collegium Cartusianum – Kyrie in D Minor, K 341 (W.A. Mozart)

Road Runner – The Long and Winding Road

Steve Earle – Oxyxontin Blues

Janis Ian – I Need To Love Alone Again

Teo Macero – Black Jungle

Liar’s Club – Evolution 9

Walton Ornato – Dolphin Song

Martin Denny – Simba

Norah Jones – Man of the Hour

“Jasper” – KBOO station ID (played backwards)

George Doering – The Caretaker’s Hoedown (Jay Chattaway)

Oscar Brand & His Backroom Boys – Come and Tie My Root Around a Tree (Come-a-Ti-Yi Yippe)

Hamza Shakkur & Ensemble al-Kindi – Wasla en Saba

Pierre Boulez & Berliner Philharmoniker – Bolero (Maurice Ravel)

Nelson Riddle and His Orchestra – My Three Sons

Ian Whitcomb – Lawns of Louisiana

The Beatles – What’s the New Mary Jane

Mos Def – Brown Sugar (Fine)

Gene Kelly – Almost Like Being in Love

The MGM Studio Orchestra – The Wedding Dance, from Brigadoon

Dave Matthews Band – Grux

Dave Matthews Band – Shake Me Like a Monkey

Incubus – Megalomaniac

Fleming & John – The Pearl

Chess – Bangkok -> One Night in Bangkok

Code Magenta – The Dance

Soul Coughing – Collapse

Matchbox Twenty – Push (acoustic)

Unknown – Praeludium

Johnny Cash – Ring of Fire

Led Zeppelin – Whole Lotta Love

The White Stripes – You’ve Got Her in Your Pocket

Beastie Boys – Root Down (Free Zone Mix)

The Doors – Light My Fire

Geoffrey Oryema – Nomad

Nine Inch Nails – The New Flesh (instrumental version)

Steppenwolf – Magic Carpet Ride

Train – Sweet Rain

Squirrel Nut Zippers – Got My Own Thing Now

Elvis Costello – Oliver’s Army

Simon & Garfunkel – Mrs. Robinson

Manos: The Hands of Fate – Torgo’s theme

Iron Butterfly – In-a-Gadda-Vida

The Beatles – It’s All Too Much

Star Trek sound FX – Enterprise bridge sequence

Bright Eyes – Cartoon Blues

Broken Bells – The High Road

Gorillaz – Clint Eastwood

Anonymous – MIDIfin

Third Eye Blind – Wounded

Brian Eno – Driving Me Backwards

Charlie Daniels Band – Devil Went Down to Georgia

The Beatles – Rocky Raccoon

Lige Williamson – Originality

Lige Williamson – Why I Cry

Dave Matthews Band – #27

A couple of other notes:

Thank you to the person who called in that night and made some requests. It was nice to know at least 1 person was listening in live. If anyone else wants to listen to a recording of it, it’s available on-demand at kboo.fm. My set starts almost 4 minutes in (right after the John Cage promo), and ends 3 1/2 hours later. It is not called “The Wiggle Room”, despite what the KBOO website says. And yes, I know Brigadoon is in Scotland, not Spain.

-NoMad