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Familiar & forgotten gems from 50-plus years of music on the darker side, shoegaze, synthpop, goth, psychedelia, darkwave, with unapologetic detours into 70s pop. In a dark night of the soul, it's always 3 o'clock in the morning.

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Approx. start time
Markize  Mon Ange   Favoriting Transparence  Edenrecord  2010    0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Melissa Auf der Mer  Meet Me on the Darkside   Favoriting Out of Our Minds  PHI Group Inc  2010    0:04:45 (Pop-up)
Rhea's Obsession  Dreaming Blade   Favoriting Between Earth and Sky  Metropolis Records  2000    0:08:22 (Pop-up)
Cherche-Lune  Dark Eyes   Favoriting Dun Emrys  Prikosnovenie  1994    0:12:00 (Pop-up)
Loreena McKennitt  Dark Night of the Soul   Favoriting The Mask and Mirror  Quinlan Road  1994    0:16:35 (Pop-up)
Alizee  Moi...Lolita   Favoriting Gourmandises  Decca International  2000    0:23:12 (Pop-up)
Alanis Morisette  Plastic   Favoriting Alanis  MCA  1991    0:27:31 (Pop-up)
Lili Fatale  Proche Chaos   Favoriting Lili Fatale  Sony  1995    0:31:15 (Pop-up)
Lava Hay  Wild Eyes   Favoriting Lava Hay  Polydor  1990    0:34:59 (Pop-up)
Trio Sourire  Satisfaction   Favoriting Ultra-Chicks Vol. 5  No Label      0:39:00 (Pop-up)
Jale  Emma   Favoriting Dreamcake  Subpop  1994    0:41:31 (Pop-up)
Rush  Limelight   Favoriting Moving Pictures  Island  1981    0:44:04 (Pop-up)
Payolas  Romance   Favoriting No Stranger to Danger  A&M  1982    0:48:12 (Pop-up)
Lillix  Because   Favoriting Falling Uphill  Maverick  2004    0:51:43 (Pop-up)
Mimi Hetu  Aimer Vivre   Favoriting Pardonne-Moi  Disques Merite  1972    0:54:06 (Pop-up)
Men Without Hats  Jenny Wore Black   Favoriting Pop Goes the World  Universal  1987    0:56:40 (Pop-up)
Rejean and Fawcons  Mary Lee   Favoriting People of Tyme -- Canadian Garage Beat  No Label      1:00:06 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Nanase Hikaru 

jibrille-silent mourning   Favoriting

Angel Sanctuary OST 

No Label 

 

 

1:02:03 (Pop-up)
Lee Aaron  Lonely for your Love   Favoriting Lee Aaron  Attic  1984    1:12:15 (Pop-up)
The Poppy Family  That's Where I Went Wrong   Favoriting A Good Thing Lost: 1968 - 1973  What are Records  1969    1:15:26 (Pop-up)
Carole Laure  Dormir   Favoriting Sentiments Naturels  Sony  1997    1:17:56 (Pop-up)
Francoise Hardy  Who Will Be The Next In Line?   Favoriting Loving  Reprise  1968    1:21:14 (Pop-up)
Joni Mitchell  A Case of You   Favoriting Blue  Reprise  1971    1:23:25 (Pop-up)
Emily Loizeau  Tell Me That You Don't Cry   Favoriting Pays Sauvage  Polydor  2009    1:27:47 (Pop-up)
Leonard Cohen  Ain't No Cure For Love   Favoriting The Essential Leonard Cohen  Columbia   1988    1:31:12 (Pop-up)
Avril Lavigne  Everything Back But You   Favoriting The Best Damn Thing  RCA  2007    1:35:55 (Pop-up)
Metric  Combat Baby   Favoriting Old World Underground, Where Are You Now?  Everloving   2003    1:38:57 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Nanase Hikaru 

jibrille-silent mourning   Favoriting

Angel Sanctuary OST 

No Label 

 

 

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Sarah McLachlan  Out of the Shadows   Favoriting Touch  Arista  1988    1:50:05 (Pop-up)
Steppenwolf  A girl I knew   Favoriting Steppenwolf  MCA  1968    1:54:27 (Pop-up)
The Rose Chronicles  Awaiting Eternity   Favoriting Shiver  Nettwerk  1994    1:57:08 (Pop-up)
Emilie Simon  Ballad of the Big Machine   Favoriting The Big Machine  Barclay/Universal  2009    2:02:28 (Pop-up)
Arcade Fire  We Used To Wait   Favoriting The Suburbs  Merge Records  2010    2:08:04 (Pop-up)
Rise and Fall of a Decade  Suicided Youth   Favoriting Noisy but Empty  Ars Musica Diffundere  1992    2:12:57 (Pop-up)
Holly Cole Trio  Calling You   Favoriting Blame it on My Youth  Blue Note  1991    2:15:42 (Pop-up)
Neil Young  Only Love Can Break Your Heart   Favoriting After the Gold Rush  Reprise  1970    2:20:07 (Pop-up)
An April March  Stains   Favoriting Impatiens  Cartwheel Recordings  1993    2:23:12 (Pop-up)
Dark Sanctuary  Vie Ephemere   Favoriting Thoughts -- 9 Years in the Sanctuary  Projekt  2002    2:27:22 (Pop-up)
Algiz  Fall Apart   Favoriting Claire-Voie  World Serpent  1998    2:31:21 (Pop-up)
Rufus Wainwright  Vicious World   Favoriting Want One  Dreamworks  2003    2:35:24 (Pop-up)
Cowboy Junkies  Sweet Jane   Favoriting The Trinity Session  A Latent Recording  1988    2:38:12 (Pop-up)
Marina Celeste  Pas Vu, Pas Pris   Favoriting Cinema Enchante  The Perfect Kiss  2010    2:41:36 (Pop-up)
Mystery MacHine  Wake Up Pill   Favoriting Headfirst Into Everything  Nettwerk  1998    2:44:56 (Pop-up)
Nouvelle Vague  Dancing With Myself   Favoriting Band A Part  Luaka Bop  2006    2:47:31 (Pop-up)
Vanessa Paradis  Natural High   Favoriting Vanessa Paradis  Polydor  1992  CD  2:50:40 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Nanase Hikaru 

jibrille-silent mourning   Favoriting

Angel Sanctuary OST 

No Label 

 

 

2:53:55 (Pop-up)


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Listener comments!

  3:10am
coalhard:

lake effect snow is a bitch!!!--i say we blow warm air north this summer teach them
  3:14am
Julie Marie:

I'm blowing on my hands right now!
  3:16am
coalhard:

cold here too in west virginia!!
  3:25am
Marmalade Kitty:

Bloody freezing! We're in the midst of a Mini Ice Age in Britain!!
  3:26am
Marmalade Kitty:

Bloody freezing! We're in the midst of a Mini Ice Age in Britain!!
  3:26am
coalhard:

while we are freezing the poles are warming up--GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE--is real--proabably man made but could be sun
  3:26am
Julie Marie:

Winter is here! Except in NZ where it is uber hot, I hear.
  3:39am
coalhard:

mars and venus having strange weather too--in the meantime the sun is throwing a fit
  3:48am
Yair:

Just saw the new Rush doco. great band, not a good doco though.
  3:50am
coalhard:

ever notice how the sun sneaks up on you in the morning--what's with that?
  3:52am
Matt from Springfield:

Hi Julie! Been back from Thailand a couple weeks now and listening live, courtesy of insomnia--so why not spend it with my 'FMU pals! Love the Payolas!
  3:53am
Julie Marie:

Me too Love them!! Welcome home, Matt!
  3:54am
Matt from Springfield:

@coalhard: I was about to ask you what time zone you're in, whether you live on the other side of the world, or just a big time Night Owl. I guess it's the latter (WV is a wonderful state--greetings from "East" Virginia!)
  3:57am
Matt from Springfield:

@Julie: I'll have to go back and listen to the INSPIRATION for your show's title, Loreena McK. And is it "Julie Marie" now? Is that a consequence of hosting Toothpick Rhythm for a week??? Or just a bit of your Lone Star past sneakin' out? :)
  3:58am
Julie Marie:

Actually it is my French mood :) But it's my real name.
  4:01am
Matt from Springfield:

Bilingual programming in accordance with the Blame Canada show!
  4:23am
Matt from Springfield:

Extensive Wiki article on "Dark Night of the Soul", to include a concept alt-rock album written by Danger Mouse this year. St John of the Cross first wrote Dark Night of the Soul sometime in the 1500s while imprisoned.
  4:24am
Matt from Springfield:

"His poem narrates the journey of the soul from its bodily home to its union with God. The journey occurs during the night, which represents the hardships and difficulties the soul meets in detachment from the world and reaching the light of the union with the Creator."

Loreena probably used that as a narrative to describe finding a lover. I had read the original poem before at university.
  4:24am
Matt from Springfield:

A Case Of You!! Bless you Julie!
  4:26am
Julie Marie:

Are you singing too, Matt?
  4:26am
blujacket:

ooooh canada.
  4:26am
Matt from Springfield:

Yes--all except the really high notes at the end!
  4:27am
Julie Marie:

Aw c'mon push yourself! She can't hit them anymore either :(
  4:27am
Harry:

Hi Julie Great playlist. I think French is the # 1 accent ,at least in the top ten, Irish is close.
  4:28am
Matt from Springfield:

OOOoooooohh Darling!
  4:30am
Julie Marie:

And French-Canadian has a very different sound to it.
  4:31am
jamief:

great show Julie....freezing like no ones business here in UK...never thought of Men Without Hats as Canadian...u live and learn...waiting for the token appearance from old Neil...keep it up!
  4:34am
Julie Marie:

Sorry, Jamie, no Neil. Seemed almost too predictable. I will have to play him another time, not as familiar as I should be.
  4:35am
Harry:

Can you play songs that illustrate the difference between a French accent and a French Canadian accent?
  4:38am
Julie Marie:

Haha Harry, sorry no.
  4:38am
jamief:

or better still....Belgian French..:)))....Plastic Bertrand perhaps...he was probably from South London!
  4:40am
Harry:

Plastic Bertrand wow
  4:43am
blujacket:

i just returned home to WFMU streaming in my vancouver apt hearing "a case of you" and thinking this is going to be a good radio evening. just put it together that there is a canadiana conceit going on here. slow "against the glass", if you know what i'm talkin about than you know what i'm talkin about.
  4:46am
Matt from Springfield:

Metric is actually from Toronto, but has been based in Montreal for a time.
  4:49am
blujacket:

metric is definitely toronto.
  4:51am
Julie Marie:

Thanks!
  4:55am
blujacket:

godspeed you! black emperor on the other hand is montreal ; )
  4:56am
Julie Marie:

Hmm Black Emperor, will have to check them out.
  4:58am
blujacket:

whoa i had no idea steppenwolf was canadian content. sorry i'm hogging comments space, been drinking beer all night.
  4:59am
Julie Marie:

No worries! I like talky (commenty?) folks. Yes, I only just learned that Steppenwolf were Canadian, although it seems they formed the band in LA.
  4:59am
jamief:

ahhh godspeed you! black emperor...let me put on some shoes so I can can spend the morning gazing :)
  5:03am
Harry:

GY!BE used to be GYBE!
  5:04am
blujacket:

this is true.
  5:04am
Julie Marie:

Nice long songs let you fetch goodies from the library :)
  5:05am
Matt from Springfield:

"Commenty" music geek typings here: the Canadian band "The Mynah Birds" played a few performances in 1964 before their singer was arrested for being AWOL from the US Navy.

The keyboard player and drummer went on to the original lineup of Steppenwolf. The bassist and lead guitarist--Neil Young--went on to form Buffalo Springfield. The lead singer was--you guessed it--Rick James.
  5:07am
Julie Marie:

Wait, who did Rick James sing with?
  5:07am
blujacket:

i was aware of the 0 degrees of separation between neil and rick - too funny.
  5:09am
blujacket:

god bless montreal.
  5:10am
Julie Marie:

We have some more French territory coming up.
  5:12am
Matt from Springfield:

Rick was the singer. Neil Young and Bruce Palmer were the lead guitar and bass. Goldy McJohn of Steppenwolf was on organ. The Wiki article says several tracks were actually recorded by Motown for a planned release--but only two have ever come out on a comp! I wanna hear those now!
  5:12am
Julie Marie:

Always thought the best part of Steppenwolf was the singer.
  5:15am
Matt from Springfield:

Yes, I love that John Kay is blind and still gives such a great stage presence.
  5:17am
Harry:

Isn't Mars Bonfire a cool name?
  5:19am
blujacket:

wondering where the lions are.
  5:20am
Julie Marie:

Sorry, I don't know the lions.
  5:21am
Julie Marie:

Lions of Judah? Or is that someone else?
  5:22am
Matt from Springfield:

Ha ha! You were bluffing, you did bring out the obligatory Neil! Great choice of song (as you played Saint Etienne's version before).
  5:22am
Julie Marie:

Actually no, I went into the library and grabbed it during a longer song. Felt the need!
  5:25am
blujacket:

bruce cockburn's "wondering where the lion's are". song gets me every time.
  5:25am
Julie Marie:

Sorry no Lions within reach :(
  5:26am
Julie Marie:

Gosh, revealing my ignorance again!
  5:27am
Matt from Springfield:

Thanks for playing An April March--always find good bands from you. I'm going to be stuck gazing at my shoes today...
  5:33am
Julie Marie:

Yeah somehow all the darkwave got stuck in the last set, I usually try to go poppier, but then most of it is French (An April March is Canadian though!)
  5:39am
blujacket:

julie my mutterings arent even necessarily requests, you've just got me thinking about canadian music. like how ironically the band released some of the most quintessential american sounding music ever. i'm unaware of half the tracks listed on this playlist so thanks. levine though, i am acquainted with.
  5:39am
Matt from Springfield:

Cowboy Junkies first album...paradise. I hear surface noise too, well done!
  5:40am
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  5:41am
Julie Marie:

Ah! Someone's cat checking in!
  5:47am
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  5:54am
Harry:

Nouvelle Vague got me to iTunes...thanks,Jukie
  5:59am
Matt from Springfield:

Great show, thanks for the great Canadian tunes! Enjoy the rest of your Tuesday!
  6:02am
Julie Marie:

Merci!
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