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Live performance and chat with Laura Veirs.
"Carbon Glacier", named after "a beautiful, dirty black and white glacier on the northern slopes of Mount Rainier, was Seattle's Laura Veirs' first album for Nonesuch, a quiet stunner that caught a lot of our ears last year. Veirs' latest disc, "Year of Meteors," she describes as a "road record." Laura says, "All the songs are about transportation, motion," and all the images that crept into her psyche as she toured all over these United States and beyond. She's took a few moments out from her travels to stop by WFMU at the top of the show.
|-CD: "Rialto" [Year of Meteors]|
|-"Where Gravity is Dead"|
|-CD: "Secret Someones"|
|In memoriam - Percussionist/drummer/producer George Javori tragically died on December 11th, 2005. What follows is a set of music featuring some of George's performances.|
|TImothy Hill (George Javori, drums; Doug Weiss, bass)||"Why I Need the Mercy"||Live on Irene's show, WFMU May 18, 1998 / Pearl Diving compilation||(WFMU premium CD)|
|Pete Galub||"Hidden Crumbs"||Boy Gone Wrong|
|Martha Wainwright||"Merry Christmas & Happy New Year"||The McGarrigle Christmas Hour||Nonesuch|
|Timothy Hill||"The Human Place"||The Human Place||Field Recordings|
Live performance by Hotbird 7 (Phillip Wynn: lead vocals, guitar, bass/ Adam Gold: guitar, bass, vocals/ Tom Gavin: guitar, bass, keyboards, vocals/Jeff Devine: drums/ **music mix engineered by Paul Gold)
Raised from the ashes of unknown NYC trio John Henry and claiming a failed barbeque chicken restaurant and a doomed satellite as twin muses, Hotbird 7 has been establishing its orbit since December 2002. They aim to make a big beautiful noise: fast and slow, high and low, quiet, loud, twangy, spacey, and proud. Hotbird 7's self-released EP is available only at shows and a full length album is scheduled for Spring 2006.
Lead singer Phillip Wynn.
-"Can't Calm Down"
Adam Gold plays calming guitar licks.
Tom Gavin up front, Jeff Devine to the rear.
|-CD: "Old Friend"|
|The next set was programmed by Hotbird 7's Phillip Wynn.|
|Bill Carson and His Checkered Past||"Goodnight S. Maria"||The Copper Look|
|Finian McKean||"Where No One Wants Me"||Shades are Drawn|
|Box||"Millicent" /"Shadows of Drifting Bird"||(unreleased home demos)|
|Tom Gavin||"It's a Sign"||Fallout|
|Suzzy & Maggie Roche||"Sounds"||Zero Church|
|Kaki King||"Can the Gwot Save Us?"|
|Truth Serum (Daniel Kirk)||"In My Arms"|
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