Thursday, September 27, 2012

Rat Salad Radio • September 26, 2012


I Write A Thousand Letters (Pulp On Bone) by White Hills
from the album
Frying On This Rock (Thrill Jockey)
(space)rockin' ya up to 7o'clock...


Love Me Love Me Now by Curtis Mayfield
from the album
Love, Peace, Understanding (Sequel)


Family Entertainment by The Undertones
from the album
Best of The Undertones (Rykodisc)
(orig. on their s/t debut, ~'79-'80


Bigger & Better by The Fleshtones
from the album
Beachhead (Yep Roc)


Divine Horseman by The Flesh Eaters
from the album
A Minute To Pray, A Second To Die (Ruby/Slash)


Catch & Release by Turbo Fruits
from the album
Butter (Serpents and Snakes)


I Wanted To by TKTTSM
from the album
TKTTSM (self-released)
new pop stuff from Brooklyn.


Dark Corners II by L'Altra
from the album
Telepathic (Saint Marie)


Mama Don't Like No Music by Bill Boyd
from the album
(VA) Stompin' Singers and Western Swingers: More from the Golden Years of Western Swing (Proper)


Shove The Pigsfoot A Little Further Into The Fire by Rafe and Clelia Stefanini
from the album
Lady on the Green: Old Time Tunes & Songs (self-released)
New from Italian-ex-pat Dad and his 20-something daughter. Killer twin fiddles. Recorded in Eunice, Louisiana.


No More Trouble by The Honey Dewdrops
from the album
Silver Lining (self-released)
Husband-wife duo (Kagey Parrish & Laura Wortman) from Catawba, VA


The Burning Ones by Widow
from the album
Life's Blood (Pure Steel)
Raleigh 80's-ish metal, 2012.


Signals by The Church of Zann
from the album
I (self-released)
local metal feat. XDU DJ Kenny on bass (cut cut cut cut cut cut)


Like Passing Rain Through 9 Lives by Stian Westerhus
from the album
The Matriarch and the Wrong Kind of Flowers (Rune Grammafon)
new from Norwegian experimental guitarist


Electric PowWow Drum by A Tribe Called Red
from the album
A Tribe Called Red (self-released)
WOW! Three First Nations DJs from Ottawa mix native drumming and chants with electronoises. (First Nations are the native tribes of Canada that were there before Europeans...)


Marchers In Orange by Guided By Voices
from the album
Fast Japanese Spin Cycle (Engine)


Sad, Lonely and Blue by feedtime
from the album
The Aberrant Years (Sub Pop)
Originally on the 1988 album "Cooper S." Cover of 1965 tune by The Easybeats.


1985 by French Kicks
from the album
One Time Bells (Startime)
Kinks-ish. 2002.


Friday On My Mind by The Easybeats 
7" single (United Artists)
1966. Feat. George Young on guitar, older brother of Angus & Malcolm of AC/DC (!)


Coco by Astro
from the album
Astro (Nacional)
New electo-rock from Chile


S' Alive To Be Known (May We Starve) by The Music Tapes
from the album
Mary's Voice (Merge)


Prayer by Carol Kleyn
from the album
Takin' The Time (Drag City)
1980 Calif. psych-pop, now reissued. Ocean noises. Harp. Cue Joni Mitchell, please.


Anchors Away by Eleven Twenty-Nine
from the album
In The Sunlight b/w Anchors Away 7" (Drawing Room)
Betsy Nichols, vox. Marc Orleans, steel/dobro.


He Loved Me Once And He'll Love Me Again by Jean Shepard
from the album
Star Of The Grand Ole Opry (Cow Girl Boy)


A Hundred And Sixty Acres by Marty Robbins
from the album
Gunfighter Ballads & Trail Songs (Columbia/Legacy)
Happy Bday Marty Robbins. His classic 1959 concept album...


Big Iron by Meat Puppets

Live cover of Marty Robbins. 1994.


Drone Virus by Double Negative
from the album
Hits (Sorry State)
Playing @ Kings on Sunday night 9/30


Locked Inside by The Guns
from the album
The Guns (Smog Veil)
Early 80s hardcore from Cleveland.


Close Up by The Guns
from the album
The Guns (Smog Veil)


Lamb's Blood Has Washed Me Clean by Arizona Dranes
from the album
He Is My Story: The Sanctified Soul of Arizona Dranes (Tompkins Square)
c. 1926-28. "Spirit-filled piano attacker" from Texas.


Rock Me by Sister Rosetta Tharpe
from the album
Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order, vol. 1: 1938-1941 (Document)
Sister Rosetta saw Arizona Dranes play when she was 11 years old, in her church. She credits Ms. Dranes for her syncopated guitar-playing style.


Lattice Borealis by Saguache
from the album
Terrain (Constellation Tatsu)
drones 'n' water noises 'n' chimes 'n' cymbals 'n' stuff.


Zoned by Moon Duo
from the album
Moon Duo / Psychic Hills 7" (Sacred Bones)

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