Radio Sendiddy 8/10/13 8pm PST 128kbs Stereo
DJ BoB-E holds it down on this one for a solo OG Send. Things get kicked off with the Intro Send, which includes music from recent Sendiddy guests Profit Madoff and Dawn Gun. We then get into a Radio Sendiddy first, a special cassette listening segment profiling the "Colors" Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Compilation. DJ BoB-E discusses the film, we listen to some of the key scenes from the movie, and ride to the soundtrack in it's entirety. This segment flowed very well and was fun to produce. DJ BoB-E sends an Outro Mix to close out the show. Tune into Radio Sendiddy LIVE every Saturday night from 8pm-11pm PST on the world's most dangerous station, L.A.'s own www.killradio.net
SEND 1 (INTRO):
Run DMC "Beats To The Rhyme"/ LMNO "Thankster Boogie"/ Royce da 5'9'' "We're Live (Danger)"/ Yesh "On 2 Da Beat"/ GZA "Breaker Breaker"/ Pep Love "Fight Club"/ 7L & Esoteric "You Know The Concept"/ Bad Company "D.O.A. (Slip Just Once)"/ Jeru The Damaja "Me Not The Paper"/ DJ LimeGreen feat. AKM "Sex, Drugs, Murder"
Paradox "Mic Check"/ Profit Madoff feat. Flert Will "Hustla's N Playa's"/ Dawn Gun feat. Miss Bliss "Super Thug"/ Ex-Vandalz feat. Rakaa Iriscience "Industry Standard"/ DJ Revolution feat. KRS-One "The DJ"/ DJ Honda feat. Mos Def "Travelin' Man"
SEND 2 (CASSETTE LISTENING SEGMENT):
Colors: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Ice-T "Colors"/ Decadent Dub Team "Six Gun (44 Mag. Mix)"/ Salt-N-Pepa "Let The Rhythm Run"/ Big Daddy Kane "Raw"/ Eric B. & Rakim "Pain In Full (Seven Minutes Of Madness Mix)"
Kool G. Rap "Butcher Shop"/ 7A3 "Mad Mad World"/ Roxanne Shante "Go On Girl"/ M.C. Shan "A Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Waste"/ Rick James "Everywhere I Go (Colors)"
SEND 3 (OUTRO MIX):
Gang Starr "DJ Premier In Deep Concentration"/ OC "My World"/ DaKing & I "Tears"/ The Beatnuts "Do You Believe"/ Afu-Ra "Whirlwind Thru Cities"/ Rasco feat. Encore "Time Waits For No Man"/ Public Enemy "Shut 'Em Down (Pete Rock Remix)"/ Rakim "The Saga Begins"/ The Pharcyde "Runnin' "
This program: the words and commentary of Peter Franenstein. And the violin and music of Paz Lenchantin. Paz also does a beautiful violin accompaniment to Peter's words. All in all the night was a journey to the other room. What does it mean?
Following up on last week's Fillmore East show, we cross the country to the Fillmore West.
01 - Quicksilver Messenger Service - 1967-02-04 - Pride Of Man 3:53m
02 - Cream - 1967 - Spoonful 12:04m
03 - Jeff Beck Group w. Rod Stewart - 1968-07-24 - Morning Dew 4:42m
04 - Procol Harum - 1968 - McGreggor 3:37m
05 - Chicago - 1969-08-17 - Beginnings 5:34m
06 - Country Joe & The Fish - 1969 - Flying High 12:36m
07 - The Byrds - 1969 - He Was A Friend Of Mine 2:32m
08 - The Byrds - 1969 - Drug Store Truck Drivin' Man 2:27m
09 - Creedence Clearwater Revival - 1969-03-14 - Suzy-Q 11:46m
10 - Led Zeppelin - 1969-04-27 - Train Kept a Rollin' 3:50m
11 - Led Zeppelin - 1969-04-27 - 2 - I Can't Quit You Babe 5:05m
12 - The Who - 1969-06-19 - Pinball Wizard 2:50m
13 - Pink Floyd - 1970-04-29 - Green Is The Colour 4:35m
14 - Pink Floyd - 1970-04-29 - Careful With That Axe, Eugene 11:27m
15 - Janis Joplin - Big Brother Reunion - 1970-06-04 - Try (Just a Little Bit Harder) 7:18m
16 - Jefferson Airplane - 1970-09-14 - Wooden Ships 7:15m
17 - Ry Cooder w Richie Hayward - 1970-12 - Available Space 2:34m
18 - It's a Beautiful Day - btw 1971-06-29 - 07-04 - White Bird w Bill Graham 4:16m
19 - Chris Isaak - 2010-11-08 - Two Hearts 3:08m
20 - Chris Isaak - 2010-11-08 - San Francisco Days 2:44m
21 - Pete Townshend - 1996-04-30 - Eyesight To The Blind 1:51m
22 - Pete Townshend - 1996-04-30 - Slit Skirts 5:03m
23 - Pete Townshend - 1996-04-30 - Rough Boys 5:25m
This week's show is a tribute to all the great music recorded at the Fillmore East.
01 - Derek & The Dominos - Oct 23, 1970 - Little Wing 6:14m
02 - Allman Brothers Band - March 13, 1971 - You Don't Love Me 19:24m
03 - Frank Zappa & The Mothers - June, 1971 - 1 - The Mud Shark 5:22m
04 - Frank Zappa & The Mothers - June, 1971 - 2 - What Kind Of Girl Do You Think We Are 4:17m
05 - Frank Zappa & The Mothers - June, 1971 - 3 - Bwana Dik 0:35m
06 - Joe Cocker - Mar 27-28, 1970 - She Came in Through the Bathroom Window 2:57m
07 - Quicksilver Messenger Service - 1969 - Mona 7:00m
08 - Ten Years After - Feb 27-28, 1970 - I'm Going Home 11:17m
09 - Chambers Brothers - 1969 - People Get Ready 4:13m
10 - Al Kooper & Mike Bloomfield - Dec 13, 1968 - Season of the Witch 8:20m
11 - Grateful Dead - April 29, 1971 - Sugar Magnolia 6:30m
12 - King Crimson - Nov 21-22, 1969 - The Court Of The Crimson King 2:11m
13 - Jimi Hendrix Band of Gypsys - Jan 1, 1970 - Machine Gun 13:26m
14 - Jefferson Airplane - May 7, 1970 - Crown of Creation 3:10m
15 - Flying Burrito Bros - Nov 7, 1970 - Six Days on the Road 3:06m
16 - Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - June 2-5 , 1971 - Long Time Gone 5:39m
17 - Neil Young & Crazy Horse - March 6-7, 1970 - Cowgirl In The Sand 14:35m
DMR 08 01 13 playlist
Secret Chiefs 3 "The Owl in Daylight" "Book T: Exodus" from the cd "Book of Horizons" (Web of Mimicry)
Guest DJ - Astronovazz (special DJ set of psych/jazz/punk with an ethnic feel handpicked for Dung Mummy Radio from his vast record collection)
Pharaoh Sanders "Upper Egypt, Lower Egypt"
Kenai Duda "Tintal"
track from "Pebbles" comp
Lazbar from "Folk Dance Underground" LP (Lebanon? Syria? Egypt?)
Japanese traditional 7"
William Penn V "Swami"from Pebbles vol. 3
Jefferson Handkerchief "I'm Allergic to Power" from Pebbles vol. 3
Dewey Redman "Tarik"from the LP "Tarik"
Invisible Path live in studio (Michael Bailey and Nick Rossi)
Siouxsie and the Banshees "Metal Postcard" "Hong Kong Garden" from BBC Sessions bootleg
Yakuba Bakare from Morocco (Nonesuch)
Todd Rundgren "Eastern Intrigue" from the LP "Initiation"
Rolling Stones "Citadel" from "Their Satanic Majesties Request"
Crass "Nagasaki Nightmare" 7"
Ram Narayan "Voice of 100 Kalirs" sarangi
Music from South India - compilation by Dr. Tamiz (bootleg LP)
Invisible Path live in studio (with the Ustad)
All India Radio (mystery track from Michael Bailey)
Terry Riley recording from Mills College, 1980s
Gundecha Brothers "Raga Gaoti"