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Monday, September 13, 2004

FREAK ZONE







i'm going to keep banging the drum for Stuart Maconie's 6Music show Freakzone.. it plays some utter filth a lot of the time, but the hit rate of excellent - or at least interesting - music is much higher than any equivalent show I can think of, and they have some half decent guests who tell you things like the first (and only?) United States Of America album was mixed to be heard on James Coburn's big speakers!

Here's this week's playlist - like i say, some horrors on there but also som new treats and some fascinating old stuff i probably would never have heard otherwise..

ARTIST - TRACK

Sun Dragon - Blueberry Blue

FEATURED ALBUM – SPLIT ENZ
Split Enz – Walking Down A Road

NickCave & The Bad Seeds – Nature Boy
Amon Duul II – Mozambique
Izabo – My Morning Hero (Hub Session track)

MAVERICKS & MISFITS
The United States Of America – Mouse
The United States Of America – Coming Down
The United States Of America – You Can Never Come Down

Team LG – Slithery Foot
Team LG - Not A Lot Of Nice Days
International Noise Conspiracy – Bigger Cages, Longer Chains
Lee Scratch Perry – BlackArk Come Again

FEATURED ALBUM – SPLIT ENZ
Split Enz – Stranger Than Fiction

Lambchop – The Lone Official
Nick Drake – Bryter Layter
Izabo – I’m On You (Hub Session track)
John Cale – Gatroville & Points East

GUESTS – DEAN & JARROD of I MONSTER
Barry Booth – He’s Very Good With His Hands
Second Hand – Hanging On An Eyelid
The Lovers – La Degustation

Syd Dale – Theme to Screen Test
Devendra Banhart – Little Yellow Spider
Vishti Bunyun – RainbowRiver
Captain Beefheart – Observatory Crest
Spring Heel Jack – Take 1
Izabo – Cook Me (Hub Session track)
PJ Harvy - Shame
Steve Reich – Electric Counterpoint
Squarepusher – Gong Acid

LIVE FREAKS
The Jimmy Hendrix Experience – Day Tripper
Emerson, Lake & Palmer – The Pirates

Polysics – New Wave Jacket

FEATURED ALBUM – SPLIT ENZ
Split Enz – Titus

The Strawbs – Round & Round
Gavin Bryars – Coda




you can get it on Radio On Demand on the BBC website (I always do) but it's moving to an earlier slot on Sundays soon as well...


posted by dubversion at 8:17 pm

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