Monday, February 26, 2007

Show #39/365 Days Project

The Far-Gone Accumulator/February 28, 2007
Memphis Morticians - Undertaker & his Pals
Motorhead - Over The Top (live)
Dixie Witch - Set The Speed
Dead Meadow - Babbling Flower
Mulatu Astatqe - Netsanet
B-Monster - Hellfire Black Pirahna
Surfdusters - Save The Waves
Sasquatch - Rattlesnake Shake
B-Monster - Naked Machine Gun Girls
Belle Epoque - Miss Broadway
Frankie Lee Sims - Lucy Mae Blues
R.L. Burnside - Poor Boy
King Floyd - Baby Let Me Kiss You
Ken Nordine - Confessions of 349-18-5171
B-Monster - Soft Flesh for The Dungeon of the Damned
Memphis Morticians - Devil's Rain
Manu DiBango - Weya
Muthurlode - Hate Me
Astroglides - Mystic Sphinx
Mountain - You Better Believe It
Johnny Shines - Evening Sun
Wilson Pickett - Get Me Back On Time, Engine Number Nine
Dead Meadow - I Love You Too
Ken Nordine - What Time Is It
Astroglides - Eli
Muthurlode - Futile
B-Monster - Outta Town
Spinal Tap - Rainy Day Sun
Jake Holmes - Dazed & Confused
Earl Hooker - Blue Guitar

Ah folks, somedays it's a challenge to bring this show to you, but brought it I did did do. The set had new tracks from B-Monster as well as Dixie Witch & Sasquatch, Dead Meadow is always good to keep the noggin' a-bobbin'. Once in a blue Moon I'll throw in the odd bit of disco I actually like, Belle Epoque definately an example of the better acts of that era. Hmm, A pretty Hard & funky mix of songs, Memphis Morticians always good for bringing it back to the roots.

Check out my latest offering on 365 Days! I've been inserting heart sounds with narration by G.W. Manning for some time, now you can get the full deal!

Now here's some film music!


Far-Gone Accumulator can be heard Wednesdays from 1-3am CST on 91.3fm CJTR, or on the web.



Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Show #38

The Far-Gone Accumulator/February 21, 2007
Pentagram - Wheel of Fortune
Cactus - Parchman Farm
Valis - Indian Giver
Ron Haydock & The Boppers - 99 Chicks
Pogues - Maidrin Rua
Rendells - Hot Licks
John Coltrane - Locomotion
Novadriver - Push The River
Muthurlode - Unknown
The Henchmen - The James Brown
James Brown - Love Don't Love Nobody
The Citations - The Stomp
John Coltrane - Moment's Notice
Race Marbles - The Switch
Pearl Sisters - ???
Sierras - Party at Taco Towne
Five Horse Johnson - ...Of Ditch Diggers & Drowning Men
Cactus - Brother Bill
Ice-T - New Jack Hustler (Stress Mix)
Rafael DeLuca - Club Bump
Erick Sermon - Music
Pamela Pau - Dancing
Kenny & The Fiends - House on Haunted Hill
Slot - Orchid Taster
Pentagram - Much Too Young To Know
Muthurlode - Sheep
The Pals - Scrooey Mooey
James Brown - The Bells
Jimmy Troy - The Brain
Pearl Sisters - ???

Another show & more from Pentagram, this time from their latest vintage collection "First Daze Here Too". These recordings are a bit more rough than the first volume, but I've been enjoying "Human Hurricane" for the better part of a decade now, now that was harsh sound!

A couple of nice Pearl Sisters tracks, I still haven't learned Korean tho.

More heaviness from Cactus & members of the Small Stone family of bands

For this week, I offer my old copy of Beyond Possession's "Tell Tale Heart" EP.



Far-Gone Accumulator can be heard Wednesdays from 1-3am CST on 91.3fm CJTR, or on the web.



Tuesday, February 06, 2007

Show #37

The Far-Gone Accumulator/February 14, 2007
Bold - Gotta Get Some
8-Bit Orch. - Who Bumped the Datasette
BDP - Illegal Business
Boris - Dronevil
Dozer - Calamari Sidetrip
Dick Dale - The Long Ride
The Muggs - Rollin' B-Side Blues
D-Nice - Ice Cream Dreams
Nite Cats - Jungle
Aaaron Spectre - Mordor
War From a Harlot's Mouth - Uptown Girl....Uptown Girl
DJ Spooky & Dave Lombardo - Quantum Cyborg Drum Machine
Richard's People - Yo Yo
Pamela Pau - Pamela's Coming To America
BDP - The Homeless
Kyuss - Catamaran
Link Wray - Bo Diddley
Aaron Spectre - Alien vs Rodigan
Nomeansno - The Tower
Fred Wesley & The JB's - Doing it to Death
Booty's Rubber Band - Ahh...The Name's Bootsy Baby
The Muggs - Monster
Fu Manchu - Module Overload
The Tides - Midnight Limbo
William Basinski - DP 2.1
Laura Lee - Crumbs off the Table

The William Basinski Track is from "The Disintegration Loops". He was in New York working with old taped loops of music he had recorded over a decade earlier, when he was putting them throught the playback, the tapes would slowly flake apart with each pass. He continued to record this music and document it's slow passing. The project took on a new significance as it was nearing completion on 9/11. He dedicated the final work to the victims on that day.

This week's sharity is a bit different, I hope you find it interesting. It's a collection of radio spots in promotion of the Johnny Cash film "Johnny Cash! The Man, His World, His Music".


Far-Gone Accumulator can be heard Wednesdays from 1-3am CST on 91.3fm CJTR, or on the web.