Thursday, January 7, 2010

Big Carnivorous Feast, January 6, 2010

Hey hey, 3 hours of radio yesterday. First episode of The BCF of '10. Had a blast as always. Playlist and comments right here!
'Twas the usual grab-bag: Sonic vile mazurka pipe-organ hi-fi fantasy. Thai shadows, Bollywood legends, mighty wurlitzer. 70s Japan rock with tape loops & chants. A dude with "prodigous talent for fusing traditional American song structures with raga influence." How 'bout a guy whose name is short for "emancipation" who could play it all: "ballads, reels, breakdowns, pop songs, children's songs, spirituals, waltzes, foxtrots, one-steps, two-steps, ballin' the jack, heel-and-toe polka, the cakewalk, the Charleston, the buzzard lope, slow drag, hucklebuck, and blues." Chicano protest, Dynamite Masters Blues Quartet, Alternative Tentacles version of Whole Lotta Love, Cleveland hardcore. Folk-rock UK '69. "Pick it, son." Psychedelic Iowa. Bar hoppin' with a daughter of Durham, '76. 9-year-olds from Arkansas! Silver, remix, Brazil gone Madlib w/Mamãoism (see this one too), smokin' Grammy-nominated Latin jazz. Flop & The Fall of the Mopsqueezer! Lost Love. And Loretta. Thanks for tuning in and/or reading this far!

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