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Favoriting January 21, 2011

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
Tim Renner, Kai Uwe Gunther  Radiosdugnen Club 11   Favoriting Club NDR 26.04.1982  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Andy Giorbino  Modernes Japan   Favoriting Frechheit Siegt ! (Welt Der Kinder) [ZickZack 1982]  0:04:35 (Pop-up)
The Sellouts  The Ballad of Fuck Off Records   Favoriting VA - Weird Noise E.P. (1979)  0:09:31 (Pop-up)
The Prats  Prats 1   Favoriting VA - I Hate The Pop Group (2000)  0:12:23 (Pop-up)
Those Attractive Magnets  Change   Favoriting ElectroMagnetic Pulse  0:17:43 (Pop-up)
Vocoder  Radio   Favoriting Que Sucede Ahora 7''(1984)  0:20:50 (Pop-up)
A Number of Names  Sharevari (Vocal Version)   Favoriting A Number of Names (12" Capriccio Records 1981)  0:26:17 (Pop-up)
Mutterfunk  Utes Tag   Favoriting Mutterfunk (1981)  0:31:50 (Pop-up)
Map  Johnny B Two Bar Electric Fire   Favoriting VA - A Bagful Of Angst Vol 2 (UK 1980)  0:33:58 (Pop-up)
Rudolph Grey & Rashied Ali  Implosion - 73   Favoriting Implosion 7" (New Alliance, 1991)  0:37:30 (Pop-up)
J.P. Nyangira  Hongo Owiti   Favoriting Something Is Wrong - Vintage Recordings From East Africa (2010)  0:47:51 (Pop-up)
Thrasher Family  My Saviour's Love   Favoriting VA - Old-Time Sacred Singers - The 1920s  0:51:20 (Pop-up)
Haydar & Mustafa Cevik  Rumeli Ciftetellis (Greek Ciftellisi Dance)   Favoriting Va - Turkey: Traditional Songs and Music  0:54:03 (Pop-up)
Sin Sisamouth & Rose Sereysothea  Jet Snaeh Theang Nov   Favoriting Groove Club Vol. 2: Cambodian Rock Spectacular! (2010)  0:57:49 (Pop-up)
The Son of P.M.  Asava Leela   Favoriting Classic Goes Modern Dance (196x)  1:00:55 (Pop-up)
Rob  Boogie On   Favoriting Rob (1978)  1:03:22 (Pop-up)
Rita Indiana y Los Misterios  Flores De Fuego   Favoriting El Juidero (2010)  1:07:21 (Pop-up)
Osh Sebrow  Judah the Maccabbee   Favoriting I Can See Tomorrow (1974)  1:17:38 (Pop-up)
Mira Kubasinska & Breakout  Do Kogo Idziesz   Favoriting Mira (Poland, 1971)  1:21:13 (Pop-up)
Peaking Lights  Birds of Paradise   Favoriting Bored Fortress 7" (2010, Not Not Fun)  1:27:05 (Pop-up)
Android  Ahead of Your Time   Favoriting In Tune With Tomorrow (1982)  1:30:10 (Pop-up)
Matthias Schuster  Habari Gani   Favoriting Atemlos (Konkurrenz 81)  1:33:08 (Pop-up)
Mannschreck  Walking in the Human Mud   Favoriting 80-8 [7''] (1980)  1:37:17 (Pop-up)
Tim Renner, Kai Uwe Gunther  Radiosdugnen Club 10   Favoriting Club NDR 26.04.1982  1:41:21 (Pop-up)
Bruce Hiller  The Fool   Favoriting A Gentle Beginning (1969 W W records)  1:50:15 (Pop-up)
St. Elphege Folk Group  Sabbath Prayer   Favoriting Hosanna (1975)  1:52:23 (Pop-up)
Jeff Good  Alive In Our Love   Favoriting Share The Sky (1980)  1:54:17 (Pop-up)
Payne Family Quartet  The Land Where Living Waters   Favoriting VA - White Country Gospel from the 1920s-1950s  1:57:19 (Pop-up)
Alicia May  The Farthest Shore   Favoriting Skinnydipping in the Flowers (1976)  2:00:26 (Pop-up)
Brian Abbs & Nola York  Mystery Man   Favoriting Skyhigh (1975)  2:04:21 (Pop-up)
Linda Rich  Foam and Sand   Favoriting Patterns (1970)  2:07:24 (Pop-up)
Tim Renner, Kai Uwe Gunther  Radiosdugnen Club 10   Favoriting Club NDR 26.04.1982  2:13:35 (Pop-up)
Stratis  Elemente De Gravens   Favoriting Film Music (1984)  2:16:50 (Pop-up)
Radical T w/ 8 Ball  Radical 2   Favoriting Radical But Critical LP (1991 On Top/Joey Boy)  2:20:39 (Pop-up)
Sung-Jo Jung & The Messengers  Dark Alley (Vocal)   Favoriting OST - The Rain That Fell Yesterday (197x)  2:24:28 (Pop-up)
Dave Ball  Sincerity   Favoriting Sincerity 12'' (DJ Promo 1983)  2:28:08 (Pop-up)
Max & Intro  Los Je Dan   Favoriting Max & Intro (SMIMAK 1985 Demo )  2:34:53 (Pop-up)
Lineas Aereas  Benelux   Favoriting Landschaften 7" [1983 Discos Para Desayunar]  2:38:25 (Pop-up)
Nine Circles (as 'Nine Cirkles')  How About the Aims In Life   Favoriting VA-Colonial Vipers (2CS Trumpettt NETH 1982)  2:42:01 (Pop-up)
Owombo Wa Agola  Ahenda   Favoriting Something Is Wrong - Vintage Recordings From East Africa (2010)  2:49:49 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

George of Troy:

Good morning, Jason! Enjoyed that "Those Attractive Magnets" track. Thanks for playing it . . . I'd never heard of them. Checking them out now.

yes i am, in case you're curious..
Richard from Venezuela:

Good Morning Jason and all the listeners.

morning richard

spiteri were the the great 70s venezuelan group, huh? hi to jason, richard and annie again! it's dry here in sydney, but nowhere else in australia!
Richard from Venezuela:

Yes. Ladies W.C is good psychedelic rock from Venezuela. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3iUUnOV0jXk

yeah, aus you guys got slammed!
Richard from Venezuela:

And Vytas Brenner. A classic. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=410ZoR9HeMQ and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=22ss7Py2SSk
Richard from Venezuela:

Aus, In the 70's i like Vytas Brenner so much.

yeah, the name rings a bell. the only reason i know spiteri is cos the wonderful VAMPISOUL reissued them. and annie, it was bad, but typical Western media... 500 dead in brazil, 200000 homeless in Sri Lanka, but we get 24/7 coverage of a few white folks in Queensland. it's a problem...

yes, i know.. it's all skewed, this media coverage of what's more newsworthy.. co-incidentally i'm reading "manufacturing consent" by noam chomsky.. only thing i'm wondering: did the floods wipe out the gmo crops there? hoping they did...although i realize australia is huge, so likely not, one can always hope

monsanto's probably got 100000 secret hectares over here developing new strains. we are your client state, after all! i loved that story about the Haitians farmers being given thousands of sacks of GM by Monsanto after the earthquake last year, and the farmers piling them high and setting fire to them all ! are we off message here, Jason?

it did my heart good to see that story, yep.. and how are those gmo bananas, huh??? deeelish!

(i'm admin on the GMwatch page at FB.. i have nightmares sometimes)

and now,... it's all about the music

good to know the FBI have a GM Watch page! oh...
those GM seeds make beautiful Flores de Fuego...
I'm doing subtitles for a Czech comedy tonight...

what fun!! i think i got a volunteer job copy-editing a zine premiering in may. ya never know where it may lead..

rest assured, jason, we are paying GREAT attention to every note. but your listeners are very adept at multiskilling

tru dat
Brian from Boston:

Hi Jason,

I can build a computer! Been working as an engineer designing computers and network gear fro 30 years. Yes internet radio IS magic. Not even 5 years ago could I easily stream radio like you can today. As a longtime radio addict (going back to 60s AM) it's a dream come true.

brian i discovered the glory of streaming radio almost ten years ago when i discovered WFMU... it was my first, blush blush, there was no stopping me after that!

ooooh yeah, just what I needed ! some peaking lights

..... and my ear has been glued to radio since i could turn the dial on our old 8-band radio.. waay back in the late 50s...
Brian from Boston:

annie, yes I was introduced to streaming more than five years ago but there were few streams, it was unreliable (network drops). I started at work because I work at acomputer (working now in fact) and we had high speed connections. Nowadays you just install iTunes and there's a directory of 1000s of streams you can just click on....no searching out the streams, no installing mulriple player apps, etc. You can even buy "internet radios" at BestBuy. Wish I had one in my car! ha ha

that's next, my friend.. and then.... i may even buy a car!

back when i first had internet, we had dial-up.. lots of interruptions, but it was worth every second of ear-joy!

Looks like that NDR cassette is the second in a series, possibly a broadcast, which would explain its specific date.

Also seems not to be a comp but just Renner and Gunther (together and/or separately). Probably not much help to you Jason. Agree it was pretty awesome.

NDR ( North German Radio -> Hamburg), Renner is journalist and did the show. At that tiime NDR (public radio) had quite good music shows but it is a long time ago and now the brodcast mainly Mainstream and worth and yes not to forget weather forcast.

NDR is Norddeutscher Rundfunk = North German Radio, out of Hamburg. So there you go, a radio broadcast out of 1982. Ok back to work.
Josh RVA:

Funky fresh indeed
R I S K Y !:

rad show!

deleting comments is not very nice though.

"Los Je Dan " = bad day
R I S K Y !:


i am not really concerned what you've deleted enough to cherry pick the past comments.. i'm here now and present. comments come and go, the music lives
maja NL:

am i too late? Nice show Jason

You got in, Maja. Thanks and see you next week,..
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