Favoriting Woody: Playlist from December 3, 2007 Favoriting

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Favoriting December 3, 2007: Special Guest: Ian Nagoski

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New
Kristiana Clemens  Time Tells You   Favoriting Deep Wireless 1: Radio Art Compilation (v/a)  New Adventures in Sound Art     
Interview with Ian Nagoski
Nji R. Hadji Djoeaehn  Tjimploengen   Favoriting Black Mirror: Reflections in Global Musics (v/a)  Dust to Digital  compiled by Ian Nagoski  *  
Marika Papagika  Smyrneiko Minore   Favoriting Black Mirror: Reflections in Global Musics (v/a)       
Patrick J. Touhey  Drowsy Maggie   Favoriting Black Mirror: Reflections in Global Musics (v/a)       
Thiruvazhimilalai Subramanian Bros...  Manasa Sri Ramachandra   Favoriting        
Sinkou Son & Kouran Kin  Songs in Grief   Favoriting        
Naim Karakand  Kamanagah   Favoriting        
Rail Band  Armee Mali   Favoriting Soundiata  Sterns     
Soul Vendors  Darker Shade of Black   Favoriting Downbeat the Ruler (v/a)  Studio One     
Candie Payne  A Different You   Favoriting 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:
Chris Watson 





Tabata Mitsuru  Homing Instinct   Favoriting We All Gonna Face the Rising Son  Ruby Red Editoria    *  
Paul Metzger  Bright Red Stone   Favoriting Deliverance  Locust    *  
John Lawson  Hop Along Lou   Favoriting Virginia Traditions: Non-Blues Secular Black Music (v/a)  Global Village     
Tovo  Echoes of the Savannah   Favoriting A World Out of TIme Vol. 3 (v/a)  Shanachie     
Axa Hour of Dora Bleu  Disappearing   Favoriting Clones of Eros  Fire Museum    *  
Christina Kubisch  Circles III   Favoriting Night Flights  Important    *  
Big City Orchestra  track 11   Favoriting Villanella  Ubuibi    *  
Monarch  Rapture   Favoriting Dawn of the Catalyst (split cd)  20 Buck Spin    *  
Chrome  Firebomb   Favoriting Third From the Sun  Noiseville  1982  *  
Peechees  Mad Doctor   Favoriting Do the Math  Kill Rock Stars     
The GoGo Pleasers  Look into My Eye   Favoriting Gravy Presents Get It! (v/a)  Gravyzine    *  
Mod and the Rockers  Gonna Love You Every Day   Favoriting The Best of Justice Records (v/a)  Norton    *  
McKinley Mitchell  Rock Everybody Rock   Favoriting Stompin' 2 (v/a)       
Art Ensemble of Chicago  Rock Out   Favoriting Message to our Folks  BYG/Actuel     
Modern Sound Quintet  Otinku   Favoriting Otinku  Em    *  
OPA  Brooklynville   Favoriting Back Home: The Lost 1975 Sessions  Lion Productions    *  
Harmonia  Watusi   Favoriting Harmonia       
Tom Thayer  Old Smelly Haircut   Favoriting Tom Thayer      *  
Occasional Detroit    split 7"  I Just Live Here    *  
Peter Gordon  Return of the Animals   Favoriting De Appel (v/a)  De Appel     
Chris Watson  3m   Favoriting Oceanus Pacificus  Touch Seven    *  
  several tracks   Tuva - Among the Spirits  Smithsonian Folkways     
Machinefabriek    Slaapzucht  Root Strata    *  

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Listener comments!

Sean Daily:

First comment! Woo hoo!
Dean Saily:

Second Comment! Moo how! - loved that opening piece. Woody, is it on CD? And exactly what year was it recorded.released?

Hey there-

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.
Well done.
PS check Rosa Eskenazi recordings and Yiovan Tsauf.
Kosta Ghikas:

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.

Hey Lupica-

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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