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Sunday morning coming up. Music for the revolution in my head: choogling punks; power pop, both skinny-tied and long-haired; soul shouters and girl groups; bubblegum and acid rock; global fuzz; weirdos and outsiders, and the Weirdos and the Outsiders; Archie Shepp and J. Geils. Plus, live bands.

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Sunday, October 23rd, 6am - 9am: Terry Allen
Along with his fellow Lubbock, Texas, natives Jimmie Dale Gilmore, Butch Hancock, and Joe Ely, Terry Allen is one of the original Texas country-music eccentrics. Allen, however, is also an acclaimed visual artist and augments his songs with paintings, drawings, photography, installations, or whatever else his muses offer at a given moment. "Juarez," released in 1975, is perhaps his most fully realized stand-alone concept album and it, along with the 1979 song-cycle "Lubbock (On Everything)," was recently given the deluxe reissue treatment by the Paradise of Bachelors label. Allen called in to WFMU to talk about those reissues, as well as the blurred lines between music and visual art, seeing the Velvet Underground in late-'60s Los Angeles, how learning "St. Louis Blues" helped get him the hell out of Lubbock, and so much more. A genuine raconteur, Allen delivered a conversation not to be missed.

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