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with your host Juan Rapido
Sidekicks and Drinks
October 10, 2012 8:00pm
Wherein we discuss music, sidekicks, jazz and downloading music from the ether with many special guests including the hosts of the Malderor and Dr. Junk show, Malderor and Dr. Junk, plus Ferrara Brain Pan shouting stuff off-mic.

Dante's Hot Tub Intro
Too Much Mambo by Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys from Faded Love [disc 4]
Snatchin' And Grabbin' by Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys from Faded Love [disc 3]
So Let's Rock by Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys from Faded Love [disc 5]
Spanish Fandango by Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys from Faded Love [disc 1]

Your DJ speaks from the Tub

Brothers On The Slide by Cymande from Promised Heights
Take Me (sampled by Eyrkah Badu on "Love") by Fabulous Souls from Sampleecious Volume 7
Poker Chips by Monk Higgins from Extra Soul Perception
Knock On Wood by Reuben Wilson from Blue Mode

Your DJ is joined by Malderor and Dr. Junk in the Tub

Mercy, Mercy, Mercy (Live) by Cannonball Adderley from Cannonball In Japan
You Said It by Stanley Turrentine from Jubilee Shout!!!
Last Of The Wine by Ronnie Ross & His Band from Forum West - Modern Jazz From West Germany 1962-1968
Frelon Brun (Brown Hornet) by Miles Davis from Filles De Kilimanjaro

Your DJ is joined by Malderor and Dr. Junk and Ferrara Brain Pan in the Tub

Free For All by Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers from Free For All
Casa Loma by Hans Koller Ensemble from Forum West - Modern Jazz From West Germany 1962-1968
Teaming Up by The Dave Pike Set from Noisy Silence - Gentle Noise

Your DJ is joined by Malderor and Dr. Junk and Ferrara Brain Pan in the Tub

Too Damn Hot by The Duncans from Gonna Stay In Love
Slow Your Body Down (Singing Version) by Clifton Dyson from Slow Your Body Down
Just For You by The McCrarys from Just For You
Loveline by Tavares from Loveline

Your DJ is joined by Malderor and Dr. Junk and Ferrara Brain Pan in the Tub

Open Your Mind by Southern Energy Ensemble from Southern Energy Ensemble
Hey Mister Melody Maker by Johnnie Taylor from Ever Ready

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