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Folk; old-timey; blues; psych, avant and acid folk old and new; melancholy pop; lots of guitar; detours elsewhere.

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Options June 29, 2013

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Saguache  Flat Entity   Options Terrain  Constellation Tatsu  0:00:00 ()
Masarurasam  Different Channels   Options Move  Nada  0:04:46 ()
Villages  Before Failures   Options Theories of Ageing  Bathetic  0:11:06 ()
Helena Espvall and Ernesto Diaz-Infante  Ringing Out Tomorrows   Options A Hallowed Shell of Ash and Rust  Erototox  0:15:13 ()
Tape  Augustan Chateau   Options Whispers From The Forests, Screams From The Mountains (V.A.)  The Wire  0:20:01 ()
Taku Unami//Moe Kamura/Tetuzi Akiyama  Kitchen, Bookshelf   Options Hontatedori  Compare Notes  0:24:58 ()
Dwight Smith  Skeptic's Torment   Options Lateral Drifts  Twin Lakes  0:29:35 ()
Eiji Mitomi  Horses   Options Planet  Childisc  0:30:40 ()
Marisa Anderson  Embudo   Options Mercury  Marisa Anderson  0:34:27 ()
John Fahey  The Great San Bernadino Birthday Party   Options Guitar Vol. 4 (The Great San Bernadino Birthday Party)  Takoma  0:37:05 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Anton Batagov 
Umbra Solis   Options Passionate Desire to Be An Angel  Tummo/Long Arms  0:56:08 ()
Allysen Callery  In the Ring   Options Mumblin' Sue  75 or Less  1:06:29 ()
Jessica Pratt  Bushel Hyde   Options Jessica Pratt  Birth  1:09:38 ()
Alela Diane  Nothing I Can Do   Options About Farewell  Rusted Blue  1:13:44 ()
Erica Freas  Spider Song   Options Belly  Rumbletowne  1:16:05 ()
Rose Windows  Season of Serpents   Options The Sun Dogs  Sub Pop  1:19:25 ()
Soko  Treat Your Woman Right   Options I Thought I Was An Alien  Babycat/Community  1:23:14 ()
Laura Marling  Little Love Caster   Options Once I Was An Eagle  Ribbon Music  1:27:31 ()
Kathy & Carol  Lady Maisry   Options Kathy & Carol  Elektra  1:27:42 ()
Kristine Barrett  Molly Malone   Options The Spirits in My Blood Sing to Me At Night  Kristine Barrett  1:37:20 ()
Mavis Staples  Jesus Wept   Options One True Vine  Anti  1:41:36 ()
Terry Callier  900 Miles   Options The New Folk Sound of Terry Callier  Fantasy/Prestige  1:46:19 ()
Jo-Ann Kelly  Come On In My Kitchen   Options Jo-Ann Kelly  Epic  1:51:19 ()
 
Cal Folger Day  Roadrunner   Options Basement Floods E.P.  Cal Folger Day  2:09:21 ()
Shovels and Rope  Birmingham   Options O' Be Joyful  Dualtone  2:11:12 ()
Luke Winslow-King  I've Got the Blues For Rampart Street   Options The Coming Tide  Bloodshot  2:15:06 ()
Great Peacock  Desert Lark   Options Great Peacock  This Is American Music  2:18:17 ()
Graham MacRae  The Papers   Options Dundrearies  A Man A Plan A Canal  2:22:22 ()
Michael Hurley/The Unholy Modal Rounders/ Jeffrey Frederick & The Clamtones  Driving Wheel   Options Have Moicy!  Rounder  2:24:25 ()
Rodriguez  Rich Folks Hoax   Options Cold Fact  Light in the Attic  2:28:05 ()
Lisa Leblanc  J'T 'Ecris Une Chanson D'Amour   Options Lisa Leblanc  Select Canada  2:31:06 ()
Matty Charles  Love's Lost Quarter   Options Back At Your Door  MCV  2:34:54 ()
Marvin Etzioni (with The Holy Brothers)  Ain't No Work in Mississippi   Options Marvin Country!  Nine Mile Records  2:37:55 ()
Lewis Brothers  Caliope   Options Turn Me Loose: Outsiders of "Old Time" Music  Tompkins Square  2:39:54 ()
The Charles River Valley Boys  Rocky Island   Options The Charles River Valley Boys  Mt. Auburn  2:42:37 ()
Mimi and Richard Fariña  One-Way Ticket   Options Celebrations for a Grey Day  Vanguard  2:45:03 ()
Bob Dylan  Subterranean Homesick Blues   Options The Essential Bob Dylan  Columbia  2:48:29 ()
John Sebastian and The J Band  Minglewood Blues   Options Classic Harmonica Blues  Smithsonian Folkways  2:50:44 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar Sat. 6/29/13 6:52am Ken From Hyde Park:

Good morning from shrunken planet Earth.
  Sat. 6/29/13 6:56am Irene:

Hi Jeffrey! Hearing this great fingerstyle guitar music reminds me that I forgot to list that Glenn Jones will be on my program Monday. Would you mind telling your listeners for me? Thanks!
Avatar Sat. 6/29/13 7:02am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Good Sat. A.M.!
Avatar Sat. 6/29/13 7:30am Mike East:

Looking forward to that, Irene. Good morning, Jeffrey, Ken, Revolution Rabbit
  Sat. 6/29/13 7:39am D:

Really enjoying this show. Thank you!
Avatar Sat. 6/29/13 7:43am w41:

I still can't believe how WFMU DJs have the ability to play the exact same tune that you wish to hear most of all at the moment. Also, hello Jeffrey, Ken, RevRabbit, Mike & D!
Avatar Sat. 6/29/13 7:50am Mike East:

hey w41. hows the quit coming?
Avatar Sat. 6/29/13 7:57am Mike East:

couldnt remember if that was robert johnson or leadbelly
Avatar Sat. 6/29/13 7:59am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- seriously! - there are typos on *Beatles* stuff. Accuracy not in the budget there??...
- You don't have the Robert Johnson Mike? : ) It fits on two CDs...
Avatar Sat. 6/29/13 8:04am Theydon Bois:

'...Mercifully, Callier saw a renaissance of his music before he was unceremoniously dumped by his day job after DJs like Gilles Peterson revived his back-catalogue. Acid Jazz honcho, Eddie Piller reissued ‘I Don’t Want To See Myself (Without You)’, and soon enough, Callier was using up his holiday time playing shows in Europe. Beth Orton continued to keep Callier in the limelight which lead to work with Massive Attack, Zero 7 and 4Hero.
Read more at www.nme.com...
Avatar Sat. 6/29/13 8:06am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...steeped in R.Johnson - but it's probably obvious to *me* which it was because *I* don't know the Leadbelly yet : p ...
Avatar Sat. 6/29/13 8:07am Mike East:

@rrr11/63 - i used to have all that stuff but its all been lost. thats why i started liking vinyl more. cd's are more disposable
Avatar Sat. 6/29/13 8:08am Mike East:

leadbelly is a must listen for sure
Avatar Sat. 6/29/13 8:08am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- I think of all the CDs I sold to make rent (esp. when living in pricey SantaBarbara & working in CD stores)
- & today of course I'd just rip 'em!...
Avatar Sat. 6/29/13 8:10am w41:

It's going great as of yet, Mike.. Keeping it smooth, no beer & no chewing gum! And no Allen Carr books!
Avatar Sat. 6/29/13 8:14am Mike East:

beer and booze are the downfall of many. i found the first 3 days were the toughest. After that it gets better
  Sat. 6/29/13 8:18am tuner fish:

Perfect music to wake up with. Thank you.
Avatar Sat. 6/29/13 8:24am Ronnie Rumble:

Fantastic set! I have had Luke WK and Shovels & Rope on the mind like crazy, great music for a morning drive
  Sat. 6/29/13 8:49am TDK60:

Great set. The Fariñas -- weren't they the fountainhead of all following folk-rock?
Avatar Sat. 6/29/13 8:51am Mike East:

are you guys familiar of the version of this by Nilsson and Lennon? Pretty badass. So much reverb.
Avatar Sat. 6/29/13 8:54am Mike East:

(the Dylan tune, that is)
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