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" I can't tell when you're telling me the truth."
- I'm not.
"How do I know anything you've told me is..."
- You don't.
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September 17, 2001: Lifting a Heavy Fog, feat. ONEIDA
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with special live guests Oneida
|The Violent Femmes||I Know It's True But I'm Sorry to Say||Hallowed Ground||Slash||1982||Vinyl|
|Contrastate||Perhaps It Comes Out of the Black Sea||A Thousand Badgers in Labor||1997||CD|
|Gavin Bryars||The Sinking of the Titanic||The Sinking of the Titanic||1975||Vinyl|
|Yo La Tengo||Autumn Sweater||I Can Hear the Herat Beating as One||Matador||CD|
|Kinski||Kinski Fear Mogwai||Live at WFMU, 10-26-00||2000||CD||Performed live on this program last year|
|Mercury Rev||Empire State (Son House in Excelsior)||See You on the Other Side||Columbia/V2||1995||CD|
|Flaming Fire||Listen to Flourescent Lights||Get Old and Die With Flaming Fire||Flaming Fire||2001||CD||appearing live on this program 9-24-01||*|
|current 93||Black Flowers Please||Calling for Vanished Faces||CD|
|Bobby Conn||Without You||Llovessonngs - EP||CD|
|Julian Cope||Autogeddon Blues||Autogeddon||American||CD|
|The Lovin Spoonful||Darling Be Home Soon||Best of Volume 2||Vinyl|
|Frank Zappa / Mothers of Invention||Little House I Used to Live In||Burnt Weeny Sandwich||1969||CD|
|Sparklehorse||Comfort Me||It's a Wonderful Life||Capitol||2001||CD||*|
|Roy Orbison||It's Over||For The Lonely: Anthology 1956-1965||Vinyl|
|13th Floor Elevators||May The Circle Remain Unbroken||Bull of the Woods||CD|
|Blixa Bargeld||Somewhere Over the Rainbow||Commissioned Music||CD|
ONEIDA performs live (Listen to this set: Pop‑up)
When Oneida first came to WFMU last June, we thanked them for tearing our live room asunder. Now they've returned - for their 4th visit! - and we've begged them to do it again: "give us a catharsis", we said... "blow our fog away." Of course, Oneida aims to please - tonight they've given us a pure shot of blinding clarity, and for that we're ever grateful. Here's what they done:
|Oneida||To Everything There is a Tyme to Remember Aaliyah|
|Still Rememberin' Hidin' In the Stones|
|Sheets of Easter|
|Each One Teach One|
|People of the North|
|Doin' Business in Japan|
|Double Lock Your Mind|
|Fat Bobby||woody organ & vox|
|PCRZ||woody organ, guitar & vox|
|Hanoi Baby Jane||bass, guitar & vox|
Thanks again to Oneida for being who they are, doing what they do, and doing it for us.
Thanks also to Jesse Cannon for his amazing ears and prowess on the mixing board...
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