Friday, September 2, 9pm
No guests, new music, you, me, these turntables, this microphone. Tonight I was feeling a bit peckish and chose a variety that has moved me lately. New releases from Kikagaku Moyo, Mavis Staples and Levon Helm, and King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard.
I just want to let the music do the talking here. It was also the 50th anniversary of what I consider to be one of the top five all-time great Grateful Dead shows: August 27, 1972. There is a lot I can say about this amazing show, but I think you should just go listen the very well produced Deadcast and let Jesse Jarnow tell you all about it. I shared the 18 minute “Playin’ in the Band“.
I was going to follow up the epic Dead jam with a new 18 minute King Gizzard track, but I was running out of time. Dang. I would have done it too. And the story of the new KGLW track “The Dripping Tap” is really one to read about. I look forward to sharing the track with you soon.
Check out the playlist below and click the link above to check out the show.
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Nice, Nice, Very Nice: Ambrosia
I Will Not Be Your Fool: David Bromberg
Jubilee Train/Do Re Mi/Promised Land: Dave Alvin and the Guilty Men
Walk the Plank: The Scientists
The Universe: Death Valley Girls
Raisins: Dinosaur Jr (Electronic Anthology Project)
Cardboard Pile: Kikagaku Moyo
I Feel Good (1975): James Brown
Packing Up Getting Ready To Go: Taj Mahal and Ry Cooder
You Gotta Serve Somebody: Mavis Staples and Levon Helm
Knock It On The Head: Mudhoney
Carry Home: The Gun Club
Playin’ in the Band: Grateful Dead (August 27, 1972)
Magenta Mountain: King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard
Eyes of the Muse: King Tuff
Carletta’s In Hats Again: Brigid Dawson and the Mothers Network
Spanish Fly: Boss Hog
What A Wonderful World: Louis Armstrong