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Wax! Crackle! Pop! Show #38: September Sides

Monday, September 15


September brings us Bay Areans an interesting twist in the seasonal conundrum that much of California is used to. As the days are getting shorter, the fog tends to subside and Bay Area water is still too cool, yet calm. This is what’s coined as “Indian Summer”. Summer weather is never better here, however for many us, Sept. means fall. Our minds are engaged for another shift, school is back in session yet, the outside is calling. Evening daylight is fleeting and we just want to hold on to that summer feeling a bit longer . . . sometimes music helps.



Surfin’ with the Shah by Mike Watt and The Secondmen from 7″ single (2014)
September Gurls by Big Star from Radio City (1974)
Opened by The Breeders from Pod (1990)
Damn Good Mr. Jam by Guided By Voices from Static Airplane Jive (1993)
Summer’s Almost Gone by The Doors from Waiting for the Sun (1968)
You Fill Me With Inertia by Apogee Sound Club from Belligerent 7″ EP (2012)
Supper’s Ready by Genesis from Foxtrot (1972)

Future Games by Fleetwood Mac from Future Games (1971)
A Place Called Earth by Exuma from Exuma II (1970)
Metamorphosis by Ananda Shankar from Ananda Shankar (1970)
Do Your Thing by Isaac Hayes from Shaft Original Soundtrack (1971)

Mindtrain by Yoko Ono from Fly (1971)
Team Spirit by Robert Wyatt from Ruth is Stranger than Richard (1975)
Heroes by Nico from Drama of Exile (1981)
Viva / White Overalls by La Dusseldorf from Viva (1978)

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