Thursday, October 13, 2011

"...Alive In Roman Times, Call Me Mars..."

W.B. Yeats, by John Singer Sargent, 1908.
The Snark playlist for TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2011.
(Artist/SONG/Album, etc.)

Cedric Im Brooks/Light of Saba -- SABASI -- Cedric Im Brooks & The Light of Saba (2003, Honest Jons) [orig. 1970s]

The Waterboys -- THE HOSTING OF THE SHEE -- An Appointment With Mr. Yeats (2011, Proper Records UK)
Paris Combo -- FIBRE DE VERRE -- Attraction (2001, Polydor)
Will Currie & The Country French -- THE WHALE -- Awake, You Sleepers! (2011, FU:M)
Casiokids -- KASKADEN -- Aabenbaringen over aaskammen (2011, Polyvinyl)

Bob & Earl -- HARLEM SHUFFLE -- The Weekend Starts Here: Original 60s Mod Hits (2008, EMI) [orig. 1963, Marc Records]
Sarazino -- PELO SHAO -- Putumayo Presents Latin Beat (2011, Putumayo)
The Boom Booms -- LONELY -- ¡Hot Rum! (2011, Lit Fuse)
Ray Charles & The Count Basie Orchestra -- LOOK WHAT THEY'VE DONE TO MY SONG, MA -- Ray Sings, Basie Swings (2006, Concord/Hear Music)

The Mekons -- GEESHIE -- Ancient & Modern 1911-2011 (2011, Bloodshot/Sin Records)
Augustus Pablo -- FROZEN DUB -- El Rocker's (2000, Pressure Sounds) [orig. 1972]
Bureaucrats -- TODAY & EVERYDAY -- Bureaucrats ROI (1999, Bureaucrats) [orig. 1980]
Mogwai -- DOES THIS ALWAYS HAPPEN? -- Earth Division E.P. (2011, Sub Pop)
Flight Distance -- INFO-POP_OUTBREAK -- Bad Information (2011, Flight Distance)

The Astors -- TWILIGHT ZONE -- After Hours: Northern Soul Masters, Vol.1 (2002) [orig. 1965, Stax]
Regina Carter, feat. Carla Cook -- THERE'S A SMALL HOTEL -- I'll Be Seeing You: A Sentimental Journey (2006, Verve)
B.A. Johnston -- SESAME STREETFIGHT -- Everybody Dance Now: Songs From Hamilton 6 (2011, C+C Music Festival)

Langston & French -- LET'S GET FUNKY -- Eccentric Soul: The Tragar & Note Labels (2008, Numero) [orig. 1968]
Isothermal -- SYNAESTHESIA IN BLACK -- Out Of Ottawa (2011, 613 Records)
Louis Prima -- I'VE GOT THE WORLD ON A STRING -- Call Of The Wildest (1957, Capitol)
Mighty Popo -- URUGENDO -- Gakondo (2010, Borealis)

Thanks for listening!

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5 comments:

  1. I guess I should finally comment on this show I've been listening to for about a week now!

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  2. "SABASI"....Cedric Im Brooks! Wow...added to the eternal playlist.

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  3. Yes, Sabasi is too too great!

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  4. Though the Yeats bar is set pretty low for me, his words haven't sounded so good.

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  5. I totally forgot the beginning bit of "harlem Shuffle", which is sampled and used as the beginning bit for "Jump Around".

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