Tuesday, December 6, 2011

"You Protect What Is Good, Yeah, We Know What Is Good..."

If it weren't for Lonesome Lefty's Scratchy Attic,
we just wouldn't hear this music around here.
The Snark playlist for TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2011. 
(Artist/SONG/Album, etc.)

Balkan Beat Box -- MY BABY -- Blue Eyed Black Boy (2010, Nat Geo Records)
Sunparlour Players -- LIKE AN ANIMAL -- Us Little Devils (2011, Outside)
The Albertans -- JACKPOT -- New Age (2011, Ernest Jenning Records)
Teen Burger, feat. El Da Sensi -- AIN'T TRIPPIN (remix) -- Burger Time (2011, Science)
Big Sugar, feat. Jay Malinowski -- A REVOLUTION PER MINUTE -- Revolution Per Minute (2011, Bread & Water)
The Sadies -- MONKEY & CORK -- Stories Often Told (2002, Yep Rock)
Roots Manuva -- BEYOND THIS WORLD -- 4everevolution (2011, Big Dada)
Television -- SEE NO EVIL -- Marquee Moon (1977, Elektra)
Asiko Rock Group -- LAGOS CITY -- Nigeria Disco Funk Special: The Sound of the Underground Lagos Dancefloor 1974-79 (2008, Soundway)
Culture Reject -- INSIDE THE CINEMA -- Culture Reject (2008, White Whale Records)
Adanowsky -- J'AIME TES GENOUX -- Amador (2011, Ever Loving)
The Congos -- CONGOMAN -- Heart of The Congos (1998, Blood & Fire) [orig. 1977, Black Ark]
Ellie Greenwich -- YOU DON'T KNOW -- The Red Bird Story (1999, ) [orig. 1965, Red Bird]
Graham Townsend -- LITTLE BURNT POTATO -- I Like Don Messer (1969, Banff) {Thanks to the blog Lonesome Lefty's Scratchy Attic which is loaded with Graham Townsend music!}
Casiokids -- LONDON ZOO -- Aabenbaringen over aaskammen (2011, Polyvinyl)
Minutemen -- JUNE 16TH -- Double Nickels On The Dime (1989, SST)
Al Tuck -- TOMORROW -- Under Your Shadow (2011, New Scotland)
Sweatshop Union -- BILL MURRAY -- Urbnet: Underground Hip-Hop, Volume 7 (2011, Urbnet)
The Decemberists -- SONNET -- Long Live The King (2011, Capitol)
São Paolo Underground -- JUST LOVIN' -- Trés Cabeças Loucuras (2011, Cuneiform)
Dinner Belles -- EVERY TIME I PUT THE BOTTLE DOWN -- Everybody Dance Now: Songs From Hamilton 6 (2011, C+C Music Festival)

Thanks for listening!

Here's a direct link to CJAM's archive of this show.
The previous show overlaps into The Snark by two minutes this week, just so you know.
(Link is live for about 4-6 weeks from the original broadcast date.)

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