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|Kristiana Clemens||Time Tells You||Deep Wireless 1: Radio Art Compilation (v/a)||New Adventures in Sound Art|
Interview with Ian Nagoski
|Nji R. Hadji Djoeaehn||Tjimploengen||Black Mirror: Reflections in Global Musics (v/a)||Dust to Digital||compiled by Ian Nagoski||*|
|Marika Papagika||Smyrneiko Minore||Black Mirror: Reflections in Global Musics (v/a)|
|Patrick J. Touhey||Drowsy Maggie||Black Mirror: Reflections in Global Musics (v/a)|
|Thiruvazhimilalai Subramanian Bros...||Manasa Sri Ramachandra|
|Sinkou Son & Kouran Kin||Songs in Grief|
|Rail Band||Armee Mali||Soundiata||Sterns|
|Soul Vendors||Darker Shade of Black||Downbeat the Ruler (v/a)||Studio One|
|Candie Payne||A Different You||I WIsh I Could Have Loved You More||Deltasonic||*|
|Asahito Nanjo / Makaoto Kawabata / Tatsuya Yoshida||Patchouli and Echoes (v/a)||Disc Choco|
Music behind DJ:
|Tabata Mitsuru||Homing Instinct||We All Gonna Face the Rising Son||Ruby Red Editoria||*|
|Paul Metzger||Bright Red Stone||Deliverance||Locust||*|
|John Lawson||Hop Along Lou||Virginia Traditions: Non-Blues Secular Black Music (v/a)||Global Village|
|Tovo||Echoes of the Savannah||A World Out of TIme Vol. 3 (v/a)||Shanachie|
|Axa Hour of Dora Bleu||Disappearing||Clones of Eros||Fire Museum||*|
|Christina Kubisch||Circles III||Night Flights||Important||*|
|Big City Orchestra||track 11||Villanella||Ubuibi||*|
|Monarch||Rapture||Dawn of the Catalyst (split cd)||20 Buck Spin||*|
|Chrome||Firebomb||Third From the Sun||Noiseville||1982||*|
|Peechees||Mad Doctor||Do the Math||Kill Rock Stars|
|The GoGo Pleasers||Look into My Eye||Gravy Presents Get It! (v/a)||Gravyzine||*|
|Mod and the Rockers||Gonna Love You Every Day||The Best of Justice Records (v/a)||Norton||*|
|McKinley Mitchell||Rock Everybody Rock||Stompin' 2 (v/a)|
|Art Ensemble of Chicago||Rock Out||Message to our Folks||BYG/Actuel|
|Modern Sound Quintet||Otinku||Otinku||Em||*|
|OPA||Brooklynville||Back Home: The Lost 1975 Sessions||Lion Productions||*|
|Tom Thayer||Old Smelly Haircut||Tom Thayer||*|
|Occasional Detroit||split 7"||I Just Live Here||*|
|Peter Gordon||Return of the Animals||De Appel (v/a)||De Appel|
|Chris Watson||3m||Oceanus Pacificus||Touch Seven||*|
|several tracks||Tuva - Among the Spirits||Smithsonian Folkways|
First comment! Woo hoo!
Second Comment! Moo how! - loved that opening piece. Woody, is it on CD? And exactly what year was it recorded.released?
Yep, Deep Wireless 1 can be found online at:
The cd is from 2004 although I'm not sure about that particular piece.
what magazine had you read this guys reviews in? Did you say "Huana"??
It's very touching hearing old Rebetica here in Athens Greece from a station in NY.
PS check Rosa Eskenazi recordings and Yiovan Tsauf.
Great to hear Marika - my grandad was in new york as an immigrant in 1911 - same name as me, but in the US he was , of course... GUS!
Keep 'em coming
My brother recently wandered into the True Vine and someone (presumably Ian?) turned him on to a box set of Greek music, sublime and mysterious. Cheers, really enjoying the show.
It was Halana magazine..... great magazine from late 90s although there were just 4 (or 5?) issues. Probably out of print but definitely worth looking for...
that candie payne track was beautiful. thank you for that!
The PeeChees! Yeah! Most obnoxious vocals ever to hit vinyl!
Okay now this is what I call good music. Excellent set.
Somehow I remembered an old wfmu blog post of yours of youtube videos and I believe the Peechees were doing that song (Mad Doctor)...
I saw them, jesus a long time ago, and they brought their own light rig for the venue (burriot restaurant/rock club). hot!
Yep, I did indeed put that video (from one of the Kill Rock Stars video comps) on the blog a while back. So great! Their second album left me a little cold, but "Do the Math" is totally stellar, as is their split single with the Drags. (Can't believe I am still able to summon up details like this ten+ years after the fact...)
Totally groovin' to this
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