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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
Charlie Pride  Crystal Chandeliers   Favoriting   RCA Victor  1972  45    0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Orville Reed  The Telephone Girl   Favoriting Blind Alfred Reed: Appalachian Visionary  Dust-to-Digital  2016  CD    0:03:05 (Pop-up)
Lester Flatts & Earl Scruggs  A Hundred Years From Now   Favoriting Blue Ridge Cabin Home  CBS Special Products    CD    0:05:55 (Pop-up)
Norman Blake  Tennessee Mountain Fox Chase   Favoriting Roots Music: An American Journey  Rounder  2001  CD    0:08:00 (Pop-up)
Del McCoury  High on a Mountain   Favoriting High Lonesome and Blue  Rounder  2004  CD    0:10:51 (Pop-up)
Mac Wiseman, Doc Watson, and Del McCoury  Little Green Valley   Favoriting Mac, Doc, & Del  Sugar Hill   1997  CD    0:13:38 (Pop-up)
Doc Watson & David Grisman  Kentucky Waltz   Favoriting Doc & Dawg  Acoustic Disc  1997  CD    0:16:48 (Pop-up)
Peter Rowan  In the Pines   Favoriting Crowd Around the Mic, Live on WNCW Volume 3  WNCW  1999  CD    0:20:17 (Pop-up)
New Lost City Ramblers  Buck Creek Girls   Favoriting There Is No Eye: Music for Photographs  Smithsonian Folkways  2001  CD  Recorded in 1996  0:25:24 (Pop-up)
The Red Clay Ramblers  Will You Miss Me   Favoriting Twisted Laurel / Merchants Lunch  Flying Fish Records  1991  CD    0:28:17 (Pop-up)
Michael Hurley / the Unholy Modal Rounders / Jeffrey Fredericks and the Clamtones  Weep Weep Weep   Favoriting Have Moicy!  Roiunder  1991  CD  Originally released in 1976  0:30:35 (Pop-up)
Willie Nelson  The Local Memory   Favoriting Crazy: The Demo Sessions  Sugar Hill   2003  CD    0:32:57 (Pop-up)
Patsy Cline  Always   Favoriting Dreaming  Prism Leisure  1992  CD    0:34:51 (Pop-up)
Emmylou Harris  Two More Bottles of Wine   Favoriting Quarter Moon in a Ten Cent Town  Warner Bros.  2004  CD  Originally released in 1978  0:37:49 (Pop-up)
Emmylou Harris and the Nash Ramblers  Hard Times   Favoriting At the Ryman  Reprise Records  1993  CD    0:40:27 (Pop-up)
 
Willie Watson  Rock Salt and Nails   Favoriting Folk Singer, Vol. 1  Acony Records  2014  CD    0:53:00 (Pop-up)
Johnny Cash  I Drove Her Out of My Mind   Favoriting Out Among the Stars  Columbia Legacy  2014  CD  Recorded in 1981  0:56:37 (Pop-up)
Joe Maphis  Guitar Rock and Roll   Favoriting Fire on the Strings  Columbia Legacy  2001  CD  Originally released in 1959  0:59:30 (Pop-up)
The Knitters  Give Me Flowers While I'm Living   Favoriting The Modern Sounds of...  Zoë Records  2005  CD    1:01:51 (Pop-up)
Demolition String Band  Opportunity   Favoriting Pulling Up Atlantis  Okra-Tone Records  2001  CD    1:04:02 (Pop-up)
Robert Randolph & the Family Band  Run For Your Life   Favoriting Unclassified  Warner Bros.  2003  CD    1:08:06 (Pop-up)
Taj Mahal with Etta James  Mockingbird   Favoriting Dancing the Blues          1:12:54 (Pop-up)
Tom Waits  In Shades   Favoriting Heartattack & Vine  Asylum Records  1980  LP    1:16:51 (Pop-up)
John Lee Hooker  Let's Go Out Tonight   Favoriting The Real Folk Blues  Chess Records  1987  CD  Originally released in 1966  1:21:05 (Pop-up)
Jesse Fuller  Take it Slow and Easy   Favoriting The Lone Cat  Good Time Jazz  1990  CD  Recorded September, 1958  1:27:47 (Pop-up)
Reverend Gary Davis  If I Had My Way   Favoriting There Is No Eye: Music for Photographs  Smithsonian Folkways  2001  CD  Recorded December, 1954  1:30:32 (Pop-up)
Earth  The Bees Made Honey in the Lion's Skull   Favoriting The Bees Made Honey in the Lion's Skull  Southern Lord  2008  CD    1:35:17 (Pop-up)
B I G | B R A V E  (re) Collection Part II   Favoriting Au de la  Southern Lord  2015  CD    1:43:26 (Pop-up)
 
Wolves in the Throne Room  Woodland Cathedral   Favoriting Celestial Lineage  Southern Lord  2011  CD    2:01:58 (Pop-up)
The Nàu Ensemble  Atmosphere i   Favoriting The Eternal: Variations on Joy Division  Atrium  1998  CD    2:07:12 (Pop-up)
Wire  AND THEN Vocalist eats 2 loaves and then blank scrolls are unrolled CODA   Favoriting Document and Eyewitness: 1979-1980  The Grey Area/Mute  1991  CD  Originally released in 1981  2:20:05 (Pop-up)
The Beatles  What's the New Mary Jane?   Favoriting Anthology Vol. 3  Apple  1996  CD    2:28:49 (Pop-up)
Lol Coxhill  I Am the Walrus   Favoriting Ear Of Beholder  Esoteric Recordings  2011  CD  Originally released in 1971  2:34:50 (Pop-up)
Robert Wyatt  Unmasked   Favoriting A Short Break  Voiceprint  1992  CD    2:38:38 (Pop-up)
Peter Blegvad  Strong, Simple Silences   Favoriting Downtime  ESD  1990  CD  Originally released in 1988  2:42:17 (Pop-up)
Fred Frith with Laurie Anderson  Evidence   Favoriting All is Always Now  Intakt Records  2019  CD    2:46:54 (Pop-up)
Machine for Making Sense  J / K   Favoriting On second thoughts  O.O. Discs  1994  CD    2:54:56 (Pop-up)


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Listener comments!

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chresti:

Hello Kurt and fellow monsters
  7:04pm
Johnzon:

this is great!
Avatar 7:06pm
fleep:

(surfacing) Air conditioned greetings
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:09pm
chresti:

Yes, and listening to music from the days before air conditioning
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:14pm
chresti:

It's our turn to be hot
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:15pm
chresti:

Yonder, in California
Avatar 7:19pm
northguineahills:

Thankfully, no rain, and only 91F/33C here. So, I can get more boxes recycling dumpster diving, and moving everything around. Yesterday, I got a flat, so, I spent the last of my money on a tire. (and wasted a day)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:22pm
Webhamster Henry:

In the Pines In the Pines, where the Minotaur whines ...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:23pm
chresti:

Nice selection, Kurt, thanks!

I lost a couple days and most of my paycheck, last week, from car problems @ngh
Avatar 7:24pm
Kurt Gottschalk:

hey everyone! thanks for tuning in. we're gonna roll this vibe for a while. then, to quote a movie i never saw, it might get loud. (is that the title?)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:25pm
Webhamster Henry:

Will you roll like this?
wfmu.org...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:25pm
Webhamster Henry:

(Basically, 3 hours of "In The Pines")
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:28pm
chresti:

Always enjoy a little pickin' and a fiddlin'
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:29pm
chresti:

I remember that show, great! @Webham
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:31pm
Webhamster Henry:

I have a little history with "Will You Miss Me". Larry Polansky composed a microtonal version of it that was the first thing I played with the American Festival of Microtonal Music in 1985. (Yes, on microtonal autoharp).
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:41pm
chresti:

In 1985, I was not aware of microtonal music.
Avatar 7:43pm
northguineahills:

I believe it was 95-96 when I found microtonal music....
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:47pm
chresti:

Thanks Aunt Jenny!
  Swag For Life Member 7:51pm
Franco Twinkie:

How hot is it you ask? Well sir, hot enough to bake a cherry pie inside the refrigerator.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:52pm
chresti:

Come on cd1!
Avatar 7:58pm
βrian:

Now, I'm not sure I like this particular Johnny ...
Avatar 7:59pm
βrian:

In my story edit, she has a parachute.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:01pm
chresti:

I don't think I'd get in the car with him
Avatar 8:03pm
βrian:

But if she gets out when she still has altitude, she can give a consolatory wave.
  Swag For Life Member 8:04pm
Franco Twinkie:

A friend of ours lives outside of Casitas Springs. The towns claim to fame is Johnny Cash once lived there. Local legend is one Christmas Johnny got up on his roof drunk out of his mind with his electric guitar and sang Christmas carols til the cops came and dragged him away.
Avatar 8:05pm
βrian:

Now I want a roof drunk, too!
Avatar 8:08pm
Kurt Gottschalk:

Franco, HA!
Chresti, thanks for the moral support.
Avatar 8:08pm
βrian:

... damn, I spoke too soon. Now, I have to schlepp the ladder out of the garage.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:17pm
chresti:

Did Etta say diamond bird?
Avatar 8:19pm
northguineahills:

About to go to a going away party, and of course, while shaving my bushy beard, (shaving it all off), my razor dies.... (waits for it regain its battery).
  Swag For Life Member 8:21pm
Franco Twinkie:

Chresti and I saw Etta James 20 years ago I believe on this very date, on an equally miserably hot day.
Avatar 8:24pm
northguineahills:

My favorite summer nights were going warehouse/parties w/o A/C w/ the temps in the 100s, fun but exhausting (as long as you kept hydrated).
Avatar 8:24pm
Kurt Gottschalk:

franco, that's awesome!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:26pm
chresti:

I might be afraid to go out with John, too
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:32pm
chresti:

That sounds risky, ngh
Avatar 8:33pm
Kurt Gottschalk:

going out with jc or jlh would be well worth the risk, even if it meant going to raves in 100 degree heat.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:34pm
chresti:

I'd go with JF
Avatar 8:35pm
northguineahills:

@chresti: it happened in NYC many times, for noise/rock/rave shows, and a few in FL in my youth.
  Swag For Life Member 8:37pm
Franco Twinkie:

Oops! It was Koko Iaylor, not Etta James. And it was 19 years ago today, but it was hot as hell. That I do remember correctly.
Avatar 8:40pm
Kurt Gottschalk:

f-twink, i'm somehow impressed that you remember the date but not the year.
  Swag For Life Member 8:45pm
Franco Twinkie:

NGH, I saw The Grateful Dead at the Hollywood Palladium in 1971 on a day that was 106 degrees outside. I was sixteen, so I thought it was fun. Today my concept of fun is slightly different.
Avatar 8:49pm
northguineahills:

@franco: most parties had artist installations and many involved water, or spray areas, and chill out rooms (small inflatable domes [where I djed] ambient music) w/ an A/C. I was single at the time, so wet barely clothed women helped as well. (1994-2007)
Avatar 8:49pm
northguineahills:

Ok, I'm off, cheers, mates!
Avatar 8:50pm
northguineahills:

(and it felt fun having water gun fights, or other art games that would make you soaked, when it's so hot).
Avatar 8:53pm
Stashu:

Not so silent anymore.
  Swag For Life Member 8:54pm
Franco Twinkie:

I understand that NASA is considering the logistics of having a music festival on the surface of the Sun in the year 3000.
Avatar 8:54pm
Kurt Gottschalk:

HI STASHU!
Avatar 8:55pm
Kurt Gottschalk:

franco, HA!
Avatar 8:55pm
Stashu:

Hi Gott!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:56pm
chresti:

Barely clothed art games
  8:58pm
dano59:

Koko Taylor and Buddy Guy were staples of B.B. King's summer blues festival tours. I feel lucky to have seen 4 or 5 of those. Buddy always waded into the crowd and played away
  9:01pm
dano59:

Kurt - loved that Johnny Cash tune and all the country fuzz earlier
Avatar 9:14pm
Kurt Gottschalk:

dano, glad yr here
  9:17pm
northguineahills:

As per usual, reading. Kurt article, this time, on phew.
Avatar 9:18pm
Kurt Gottschalk:

haha, thx ngh!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:37pm
Webhamster Henry:

I wonder if anyone jumped rope to I am the Walrus.
Avatar 9:38pm
geezerette:

Awww...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:56pm
chresti:

Thanks Kurt!
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