Tuesday, July 19, 2011

"Try To Think Again About Tuesday Maybe..."

A panel from Great Pop Things by Colin B. Morton & Chuck Death,
Penguin Books, 1992.
The Snark playlist for TUESDAY, JULY 19, 2011.
(Artist/SONG/Album, etc.)

Seun Kuti & Egypt 80 -- FOR THEM EYE -- From Africa With Fury: Rise (2011, Knitting Factory)
Brian Eno -- SEEDPODS -- Drums Between The Bells (2011, Warp)
DJ Dolores, Eugene Hutz, Otto, Fred 04, & Isaar -- A CIDADE -- Red Hot + Rio 2 (2011, Eone)
Sidney Pinchback -- SOUL STROKES -- Mojo Presents: Heavy Soul (2010, Mojo) [orig. 1969]
Vivian Jackson & the Ralph Brothers -- CONQUERING LION -- Yabby You: Jesus Dread (1997, Blood & Fire) [orig. 1972]
New Country Rehab -- MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS -- New Country Rehab (2010, NCR)
Extra Happy Ghost -- SO AT ONE -- Modern Horses (2011, Saved By Radio)
Field Assembly -- OUT OF THE ARMS -- Broadsides & Ephemera (2009, Field Assembly)
Marlena Shaw -- CALIFORNIA SOUL -- The Spice Of Life (1969, Cadet)
Scritti Politti -- PETROCOCADOLLAR -- White Bread, Black Beer (2006, Rough Trade)
Cyndi Lauper -- SHATTERED DREAMS -- Memphis Blues (2010, Downtown)
Afrocubismo -- DAKAN -- Afrocubismo (2010, World Curcuit)
FM Belfast -- MONDAYS -- Don't Want To Sleep (2011, Morr Music)
Johnny West -- SURVIVAL OF THE LEAST FIT -- An Absence Of Sway (2009, Tosteetostas)
Ambition -- TRUE GRAND IMPERIAL -- Just For Kicks (2011, Backburner)
Marinda + Solari -- IL FAUT LE TEMPS -- Motif (2010, LuaSol)
Dudley Sibley & Peter Austin -- HOLE IN YOUR SOUL -- Rock Steady Scorchers (a 2006 virtual compilation) [orig. 1968, Studio One]
The Wave Pictures -- LITTLE SURPRISE -- Beer In The Breakers (2011, Moshi Moshi)
aKido -- PAPER CHASE -- Gamechanger (2010, Nordique)
Allison Brown -- UNCLOUDY DAY~ EVENING TRAIN -- Viper At The Virgin's Feet (2010, Allison Brown)
Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers -- PING PONG -- Original Jazz Classics Remasters Sampler (2011, Concord) [orig. 1961]

Thanks for listening!

I'd like to thank Martin for spinning the music variety for me again this week. Twice in a row! Yikes!

If you want to hear great reggae, dub, dubstep, and mento, look no further than CJAM's Wake The Town. His July 1st (Canada Day) show was particularly good: "Canada Calling" featured two hours of superb reggae and dub tunes all of which mention Canadian places in the lyrics or title. Really cool concept and dedicated listening by Martin.

Click here to listen to Martin's faux-Snark... (The previous programme overlaps into Snark-time for about a minute and seventeen seconds of extreme heaviness, but then after the station id and a psa, the music variety begins.)

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