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Favoriting June 7, 2010: Locker Cleaning Day

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments
Neil Diamond  Heartlight   Favoriting   Columbia  1982  45   
Odetta  Midnight Special   Favoriting Blues Power  Mojo    CD   
Merline Johnson as The Yas Yas Girl With the Louisiana Kid  Separation Blues   Favoriting Legends of the Blues: Volume Two  Columbia/Legacy  1991  CD  Recorded in 1938 
Big Joe and His Washboard Band  When You Said Goodbye   Favoriting Good Time Blues: Harmonicas, Kazoos, Washboards & Cow-Bells  Columbia/Legacy  1991  CD  Recorded in 1940 
Early Drane  Honey Bee Lonely   Favoriting Blues Hangover: Excello Blues Rarities  AVI Records  1995  CD   
Memphis Slim  Stewball   Favoriting The Folkway Years: 1959-1973  Smithsonian Folkways  2000  CD   
Meade Lux Lewis  Closing Time   Favoriting Boogie Woogie Kings  Delmark  2009  CD  Recorded in 1939 
Melchor  Ladies, I Am Bad News   Favoriting Sidereal Rest  Scratch   1996  CD   
Faron Young With the Country Deputy Band  Introduction / The Tips of My Fingers   Favoriting Country Radio Shows Vol. 2  On The Air  1995  CD   
Jimmy Martin and the Osbourne Brothers  Chalk Up Another One   Favoriting More Bona Fide Bluegrass & Mountain Music  BMG Heritage  2002  CD   
Chris Riggs  untitled   Favoriting Achievement Is Its Own Reward  Broken Research  2009  CD-R   
Tim Olive, Nisikawa Bushno  ikA / Burnt is My Profession   Favoriting untitled  Gule Disc  2004  CD   
Peter Kowald  Languages Differentes   Favoriting Open Secrets  FMP  2008  CD  Recorded in 1988 
Mark Feldman & Sylvie Courvoisier  Messiaenesque   Favoriting Oblivia  Tzadik  2010  CD   
Kioku  Spirits 16   Favoriting Both Far and Near  Quietdesign  2007  CD   
The Mancini Project  The Days of Wine and Roses   Favoriting Views of Mancini  FMR Records  2008  CD   
Uri Caine's Bedrock  Victrola   Favoriting Plastic Temptation  Winter & Winter  2009  CD   
Kurt Vile  Journey In Satchidananda   Favoriting Kurt Vile and the Resulting Ball of Maggots  self-released    CD-R  Alice Coltrane cover 
Led Bib  Early Morning   Favoriting Sensible Shoes  Cuneiform  2009  CD   
Andrea Neumann / Annette Krebbs  Rotophorm 6   Favoriting Rotophormen  Charizma  2000  CD   
Jaap Blonk & Dylan Nyoukis  Ascension of the Speaking man (wet take)   Favoriting Dubbletwee  Ecstatic Peace  2008  LP   
Climax Golden Twins  EF Part Three   Favoriting Eerie Fragrance  Etude  2009  LP   
Jason Lescalleet  Combine XXI   Favoriting Jason Lescalleet's Due Process  We Break More Records  2006  10"   
Sandbleistift  untitled   Favoriting Jazkamer / Sandbleistift split  Licht-ung  2007  10"   
Primitive Graven Image  The Shriek of Death   Favoriting Traversing the Awesome Night  Open Grave Records  2007  CD   
Nidhug  Døde Mænds Aske (Ashes of the dead)   Favoriting Danmark.Ære.Blod  Ancient Darkness Productions  2003  10"   
Ava Inferni  Be Damned   Favoriting Blood of Bacchus  Season of Mist  2009  CD   
Sabrosa Purr  To Bring You My Love   Favoriting to the crickets and the ghosts  Violet Room Records  2010  CD  PJ Harvey cover 
The Donnas  Strutter   Favoriting Music From the Motion Picture "Detroit Rock City"  Mercury  1999  CD  KISS cover 
Anthrax  She   Favoriting Kiss My Ass  Mercury  1994  CD  KISS cover 
Malachi  Lifeless   Favoriting Wither to Cover the Tread  Halo of Flies/Siege of Power  2008  LP   
Wormsblood  Fragments of the Witch   Favoriting Mastery Of Creation Demos  Barbarian Records  2008  LP   
Petula Clark  The Show is Over   Favoriting Beautiful Sounds: The Petula Clark Songbook  Castle  2000  CD   

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Listener comments!

Anonymous in Essex Co.:

Awesome segue from groovy C&W to this gonging/Bruce Nauman-sounding thing.

This is extremely embarrassing, but I lost a needle playing a record backwards once...my gradmother saved a radio aircheck cut directly to disc that started right at the edge of the platter, and to get that very first bit I figured I'd just play it backwards and sample it and reverse it...great idea, but when it ran out of groove, it jumped out, hit the disc mat, and SPROIK! End of an $80 needle.

Taylor! Shhhh!! Don't tell anyone I was doing that!!!
Kathy in Seattle:

I'm reading a book about the Okinawans--some of the longest-lived people from on the islands between Japan and Taiwan. Many of them live 90 to 100 years of age.

i'm cruising wikipedia...and wish i'd caught that Odetta cut. oh,well Thanx for playing it anyway.

Reading Lord Foul's Bane, which I shoulda done decades ago. Plus Richard Dawkins' The Devil's Chaplain, which contains his eulogy for Douglas Adams.

i am reading "Redemption: The Myth of Pet Overpopulation and the No Kill Revolution in America" by Nathan Winograd -- i was lucky enough to hear him speak and do a presentation on this in Jersey City awhile back -- HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!

so i'm reading a few books now, which is unusual for me. i'm usually more monogamous in my reading. but one of them is "how to wreck a nice beach," an excellent history of the vocoder. highly recommended.

Kathy in Seattle, what is the title of that book? it sounds (cue in Mr. Spock voice!) . . . FASCINATING!!!

I'm reading "The Golden Bough" by Frazer. 752-page monster universal history of magical thinking. Up to pg. 478.
Kathy in Seattle:

It is the Okinawan Program by Wilcox/Suzuki, a study by anthropologist to learn why they disease-free for so long, with no apparent cause of death when they do pass. Yes, it is fascinating!

ALL these sound good! and i'd have to live longer than that to read everything on my list...i read a book each about the Maya; Inca; and Aztec peoples...Not so long lived- but quite extraordinary .Now off to bed, where i'll continue to re-read "the way of zen"(Watts).Thank you Kurt . ...(sorry for cynicism,but now some"scientists" will determine that it's their plums, and the western world will wipe them out of their plums for a few years!) ........OKAY. off to become enlightened ! (haha)

Loving it. WFMU kicks all ass!!

hi Kathy in Seattle! YES! i wondered why it sounded familiar -- i heard about "The Okinawan Program" some time ago -- but have yet to read it -- same goes for "The China Study" -- both examine diet and how it is possibly/probably linked to health, longevity, etc. (hey, i am vegan AND a sociology major -- so i like to read actual RESEARCH, ha ha) . . . and Taylor "The Golden Bough" TOTALLY RULES!!! enjoy!
Kathy in Seattle:

@slugluv1313--I remember chatting with you about going vegan on the playlist before! Thanks for your help, it is a process. I've been blending raw spinach and kale into frozen blueberries and vanilla almond milk (heavan) with my cuisinart. Delicious! I'll have to look into the China study next!

hi again! Kathy in Seattle (i hope you get this message!) omh YES!!!!!! i remember too! thank *YOU*!!! yes it is a process but so worth it -- your description of raw spinach and kale and blueberries and almond milk is a totally PERECT and YUMMY example!!! WOW!!!!!!! i must try this!!! will "talk" with you later, hope you are having a splendid Monday! (btw, my "real" name is Kathy too!)
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