Disco Roto


Tuesday, November 22

Michele K-tel brings an eclectic mess o’ musical truth from NZ’s The Bats, The Spaceheads’ acid brass, Columbian supergroup Ondatrópica to Cuban pianist Roberto Fonseca. Jump In and Be Calmed.

Nick Lowe & The Convincers “What’s So Funny ‘Bout Peace, Love and Understanding?” Untouched Takeaway
XTC “All along the watchtower” White Music
A Tribe Called Quest “The Space Program” We got it from Here… Thank You 4 Your service
The Clash “Hate & War” The Essential Clash
Run The Jewels “2100 f/ Boots Riley”

The Bats “Antlers” The Deep Set
Pere Ubu “Visions of the Moon” Carnival of Souls
Spaceheads “Be Calmed” Laughing Water
Me And My Friends “Holiday” Hide Your Way
Alasdair Roberts and James Green “If There is Any Light” Plaint of Lapwing
Golden Grrrls “Wrld Peace” Golden Grrrls
Laetitia Sadier “There Is a Price to Pay For Freedom (And It Isn’t Security)” Silencio
Superqueens “Let’s Not Call In The Heavy Bombers” Cheap Shots
The Saints “Security” All Times Through Paradise

Ondatrópica “Hummingbird” Baile Bucanero
Roberto Fonseca “Family” Abuc
The Melodians “It’s All in the Family” Sweet Sensation: The Best of The Melodians
Devon Sproule “Runs in the Family” I Love You, Go Easy
The Ramones “We’re A Happy Family” Mania
The Beau Hunks “We’re Just A Happy Family” The Beau Hunks Play The Original Laurel & Hardy Music

The Limiñanas “Cold Was the Ground” Costa Blanca
Mirel Wagner “The Dirt” When the Cellar Children See the Light of Day
Blind Willie Johnson “Dark Was the Night, Cold Was the Ground” (1927)
Neneh Cherry & The Thing “Dirt (Kurzmann remix)” The Cherry Thing Remixes
Sarah Neufeld “Dirt” Hero Brother

RIP to the wonderful ones:
Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings “Nobody’s Baby” 100 Days, 100 Nights
Leonard Cohen “Traveling Light” You Want It Darker


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