|Does anybody believe that Sylvia Robinson had a hand in writing this song?|
Funky 4 +1 -- THAT'S THE JOINT -- The Sugar Hill Records Story (1997, Rhino/Wea) [orig. 1980]
The Funk Ark -- RINCONCITO -- High Noon (2012, ESL Music)
Kae Sun -- WEH WEH -- Outside The Barcode (2011, URBNET)
The Grass Hoppers -- TWIN BEAT -- Lux & Ivy's Favourites, Volume 10 [1966, Sunburst label]
Diodes -- TIRED OF WAKING UP TIRED -- Released (1979, Epic)
Dub Spencer & Trance Hill -- TRAIN IN VAIN -- The CLASHification of Dub (2011, Echo Beach)
Mighty Popo -- GAKONDO -- Gakondo (2011, Borealis)
Balkan Beat Box -- PART OF THE GLORY -- Give (2012, Nat Geo)
Count Alert with Lyn Taitt & The Baba Band -- IN THE PARK -- Trojan Calypso Box Set (2002, Trojan)
Johnny Cash -- I NEVER PICKED COTTON -- American II: Unchained (1996, Warner)
TriBeCaStan -- (ONE DAY) HIS AXE FELL INTO HONEY-- New Deli (2012, Evergreene Music)
Drew Smith -- BOX ME UP -- The Secret Languages (2012, Drew Smith)
Ian King -- OLD MINER -- Panic Grass & Fever Few (2010, Fledg'ling)
Ratandep Hemraj -- BIRHA KI MAARI KOI -- Bollywood Bloodbath: The B-Music of the Indian Horror Film Industry (2011, Finders Keepers)
Jacques Dutronc -- L'AUGMENTATION -- Et Moi Et Moi Et Moi (1966, Vogue)
Martin Basic -- (SOMETHING'S GONE WRONG WITH MY) PERCEPTION OF TIME -- Music (1983, Martin Basic)
Leonard Cohen -- LULLABY -- Old Ideas (2012, Columbia)
Phoenecia -- NOSTRUM REMEDIUM -- Demissions (2011, DETUND)
Thanks for listening!
Here's the direct link to the CJAM archive of this show.
(The link is live for about 4 or 5 or 6 weeks.)
Due to a technical glitch on the CJAM website, the clock was nearly 4 full minutes off and the show starts halfway through the old school epic That's The Joint by Funky 4 + 1, which is a real shame. That song builds beautifully, with great lyrics. At least the bass pyrotechnics are on full and glorious display at the end of the song for the "Winter of Wimbish," which is winding down, unfortunately. Spring is right around the corner. The drift of time on the website has been fixed for subsequent shows.
Oh, you can now subscribe to The Snark as an iTunes podcast, which is highly convenient because the show just automatically downloads directly into your computer every week via your iTunes account (available to anyone with an e-mail address). Of course, if that means you never visit this lowly blog ever again, it'll be a dark day on the old blogspot. Come back, dear listener! For the accurate publishing information alone! You know I'm always wrong, or forgetful, when I'm live in the studio - that's one of the functions of the blog!
Thanks to Pat for the Martin Basic Music, converted from cassette tape by someone at some point in time! Who? When? I don't know! Great to hear once again the CJAM chart-topper from 1983 -- on CJAM!