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On-Air interview with filmmaker Caveh Zahedi
That's this Tuesday the 31st, from 4-6pm PDT, live on killradio.org
1. Victor Jara – “El Derecho De Vivir En Paz” – Manifesto (Movieplay)
2. Caetano Veloso – “Aracaju” – Cinema Transcendental (Phillips)
3. Bob Dylan – “Meet Me in the Morning” – Blood on the Tracks (Columbia)
4. Milton Nascimento – “Pablo No. 2” – Milagre dos Peixes (Odeon Fonografica)
5. Arco Iris – “Solo Tengo Amor” – Blues de Dana (Groove)
6. Nana Vasconcelos – “Aranda” – Amazonas (Phillips)
7. Black Sabbath – “Planet Caravan” – Paranoid (Vertigo)
8. Michel Moulinie – “Le Ballet des Mouches” – Chrysalide (Crypto)
9. Pelican – “Theme“ – Uppteknir (Tonafloo)
10. Japan “The Experience of Swimming” – The Art of Parties EP (Virgin)
11. Orquesta de las Nubes – “Tiempo de espera” - Manual Del Usario (Grabaciones Accidentales)
12. Peter Gabriel – “Of these, Hope” – Passion: Music for The Last Temptation of Christ (Geffen)
13. Yoko Ono – “Walking on Thin Ice” – Double Fantasy (Geffen)
14. Tyrone Brunson – “The Smurf” – The Smurf (Believe in a Dream)
15. L.A. Voyage – “Never Looking Back” – Never Looking Back (Again) (FTG)
16. Loose Joints – “Is It All Over My Face” – Is It All Over My Face (West End Records)
17. Hamilton Bohannon – “The Bohannon Walk” – Mighty Bohannon (Brunswick)
18. Le Canon du Zaire – “Regret” - Azalaka Occupé (Disco Stock)
19. Yellow Magic Orchestra – “Prologue” – Technodelic (Alfa Records)
20. Psuedocode – “Sub Rosa - The Last Hole” – Europa (EE Tapes)
21. Tears for Fears – “Mad World” – The Hurting (Phonogram)
"A variety of music from the Roger Moore as Bond years, including psychedelic rock, avant-garde and early electronic, and less heard pop and dance music"
Tuesdays from 4-6pm PDT on killradio.org
"For those who believe in God, most of the big questions are answered. But for those of us who can't readily accept the God formula, the big answers don't remain stone-written. We adjust to new conditions and discoveries. We are pliable. Love need not be a command nor faith a dictum. I am my own god. We are here to unlearn the teachings of the church, state, and our educational system. We are here to drink beer. We are here to kill war. We are here to laugh at the odds and live our lives so well that Death will tremble to take us." -Charles Bukowski
Please. Tip your waitresses.
"No, me don't want to touch, me want to eat!" -Cookie Monster
sorry getting this up took soooo long. Henry & Melissa guested from Strong Island. Fun. For us. Might be lame for you. Oh well, get your own show.
The news show of science and reason!
What we have here is this week's Weekly News in Review from harpers.org (and the killradio news team).
This week, we discuss high fructose corn syrup versus sugar. If you listen to the corporations, these two substances are exactly the same. But if that were indeed true, they would both just be called SUGAR.
Now don't get me wrong, we Americans eat WAY too much sugar. But in my experience HFCS makes you keep eating when you're FULL. Is this what happens to you too? If so, if you know something about this, please write!
Also we deal with Camping and the predicted Rapture crap. Sorry, but I am not nice to anybody who was stupid enough to believe this fraud. What would you expect, though? This is a nation of Christian idiots.
And hurray! We're free from that media blight called Oprah!
If you listen to this news, consider sending me a comment by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The entire Bush Administration belongs in prison for their traitorous anti-Constitutional behavior.
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Radio Sendiddy 5/14/2011 8pm PST 128kbs-Stereo
DJ BoB-E sends it solo on this one. While trying to prepare a CounterParts segment for this show, I was having trouble deciding on which tracks to play so I said fuck it and decided to play the whole damn CounterParts LP. The whole album is bomb and takes you on a nice ride. These guys are on the Beatrock Music label, and they're all California natives. Fatgums & Gammaray handle the cuts and production side, while Braelan B, T-Know, & Otayo Dubb flow with the vocals.
Sendiddy Part 1
The CounterParts LP: "Blast Off"/ "#1 Crew"/ "To The Top"/ "What We Do"/ "Home In The Bay"/ "Guns Of Cali"/ "Picture This"/ "So Much Love"/ "Trading Places"/ "React"/ "Universe"/ "The Message"/ "Dreams Deferred Remix"/ "Until"/ "Patnaz"
Sendiddy Part 2
During this send I play some of my fav's from the past few shows:
Cheech & Chong "Let's Make A Dope Deal"/ Luniz "I Got 5 On It (Remix)"/ 4 Zone "B Boy Cowboy"/ 3D & Mr. Supreme "Any Last Words?"/ Sick Jacken feat. Evidence "Born In LA"/ Side Effect "Get Retarded"/ Kool G Rap "On The Rise Again"/ Rasco "Run The Line"/ DJ Jazzy Jeff feat. Big Daddy Kane "The Garden"/ The Nonce "Who Falls Apart"/ SciFi Stu "No Swag Needed"
Sendiddy Part 3
I found some gems while digging for vinyl this week and I send some of them during this segment:
Souls Of Mischief "Soundscience"/ Mykill Miers "Bring It On"/ Jurassic 5 "One Of Them"/ X-Ecutioners feat. Large Professor "XL"/ Tha Alkaholiks "Likwidation"/ LMNO "LMNO (DJ Babu Remix)"/D.I.T.C. Crew "Get Yours (Remix)"/ Freestyle Fellowship "Temptations"
Sendiddy Part 4
I close out the show with some more of my fav's from shows past:
Fair One feat. El Da Sensei "Fame"/ Beatnuts "Do You Believe"/ Jazzy Jeff feat. Baby Blak & Pauly Yamz "For Da Luv Of The Game"/ Cheech & Chong "Sargent Stadanko"/ Cheech & Chong "Dave Cont'd"/ Jemini The Gifted One "Can't Stop Rockin (Tribute)"/ Dynasty "Outlaw- Wildcat Part 2"
Still trying to catch up on posting podcasts, will we forever be behind? That being said, there is very SHORT description for this show because we are trying to catch up on podcasts
Rev. Mook is moving, so he talks about that kinda stuff. We also talk about political systems of other countries. Listen to this podcast for your favorite Rev's Show nonsense!