Wax! Crackle! Pop!

Wax! Crackle! Pop! #79: That’s When I Reach For My Autumn Sweater

Wednesday, October 14


Autumn aka Fall is in full effect here in the Bay Area. While that means full sunshiny days, seriously warm temps and not much change in leaf color, there is a chill that creeps in after a certain hour and a shift in our surroundings to let us know winter will be here before long. Whether you’re a west coast native, mid-western/easterner transplant or from somewhere else, DJ Jim G bets Autumn will represent something lavish in your mind. Rocktober has arrived…



Are You Ready by October Cherries from 45 single (1971)
Cherry Red by The Monkeywrench from Electric Children (2000)
Dead Leaves And The Dirty Ground by The White Stripes from White Blood Cells (2001)
Autumn Sweater (Remixed By Kevin Shields) by Yo La Tengo from Autumn Sweater Maxi-Single (1997)
To Here Knows When by My Bloody Valentine from Loveless (1991)

Cold Chills by John Lee Hooker from The Blues (1960)
Autumn’s Child by Captain Beefheart And His Magic Band from Safe As Milk (1967)
The Garden Is Open by The Fugs from Tenderness Junction (1967)
Autumn In Empire by Idyll Swords from Idyll Swords (1999)
The Fairest Of Seasons by Nico from Chelsea Girl (1967)
Return Of The Spiders by Alice Cooper from Easy Action (1970)
Dark Side by The Shadows Of Knight from Gloria (1966)

Seasons: One Mind Winter/Summer/Ninth Ghost by Rahsaan Roland Kirk from Prepare Thyself To Deal With A Miracle (1973)
October by Sun Ra And His Astro Infinity Arkestra from The Singles (195?/1996)
Coffin Maker by Chrissy Zebby Tembo & Ngozi Family from My Ancestors (197?/2008)

Fast Moving Clouds by Sarah Bethe Nelson from Fast Moving Clouds (2015)
Red Anvil by Condorosa from Condorosa (2015)
Brother And Sister by The Gun Club from Miami (1982)
Middle Of The Night by Divine Horsemen from Devil’s River (1986)

Autumn Wine by Unicorn from Blue Pine Trees (1974)
Autumn Lullaby by Bart Davenport from Searching For Bart Davenport (2011)

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