Favoriting Nickel And Dime Radio with $mall ¢hange: Playlist from November 19, 2015 Favoriting

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Favoriting November 19, 2015: w/ guests DJDS (Jerome LOL and Samo Sound Boy) + DJ Spinach all Russian set

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Artist Track Approx. start time
Nico Gomez and His Afro Percussion Inc.  Pa! Pa! Pa! Pa!   Favoriting 0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Cumbia en Moog  Cumbia De Sal   Favoriting 0:03:15 (Pop-up)
Jeru The Damaja  Statik   Favoriting 0:06:11 (Pop-up)
Cadenza  Foundation   Favoriting 0:07:59 (Pop-up)
Ckrono & Slesh  Ku Hall   Favoriting 0:12:19 (Pop-up)
Mike Q and DJ Sliink  Werk'd It   Favoriting 0:15:17 (Pop-up)
Steve Lawler  This Is Acid   Favoriting 0:17:19 (Pop-up)
 
 
DJDS takin' over...
 
( set list forthcoming )
 
DJ Spinach all Russian vinyl set... (set list also later sorry ppl!)


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Listener comments!

  1:00am
oks:

love love love it!!
  1:47am
Cameron:

met you guys in Detroit a couple years ago, super cool dudes, body high for life
  1:55am
russiangirl:

Russian movie soundtrack favorites. Nicely done, Spinach.
  1:56am
Pavel:

hi! greetings from Russia, SaintPetersburg
  1:57am
$mall ¢hange:

just fyi links to DJDS
djds.bodyhigh.us
  2:04am
russiangirl:

Blue Blue frost lay on the wire. Awwww
  2:09am
Gleb:

It's little surreal to listen soviet soundtracks on american radio in russia. Not enough only soviet covers on Beatles, etc. - sometimes it was unique pieces of cargo cult.
  2:28am
Gleb:

Oh yeaaaahhhhhh! Tnhx, DJ Spinach!
  2:29am
russiangirl:

And we are into rock'n'roll era, Vesyolye Rebyata ( Happy Dudes)
  2:37am
russiangirl:

Pugacheva!1
  2:43am
Jan-Willem:

oh yes! Vladimir Vysotsky! He is great! (excuse if I misspelled his name)
  2:49am
late_night_owl:

it was Kikabidze , not Vysotsky. A song from the movie " Mimino"
  2:51am
russiangirl:

Interesting selection:) Not "Trava u doma"
  2:54am
russiangirl:

Wow, this is also an interesting choice of a song for Valerij Leontyev
  2:57am
Gleb:

Official soviet music is much logocentric, pentatonic and emotionally "heavy". Most pretty things are only in 60's. (sorry for not perfect english)
  2:57am
russiangirl:

Thanks Spinach and WFMU. It was a great time machine trip into my childhood !!
  2:59am
Gleb:

Thnx, Spinach!
  11:32am
Spinach:

Thank you for listening !!!
Avatar 3:04pm
Stalin Alive:

Thanks Spinach, great selection!
Viele Grüße aus Ost Berlin
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