A Thick Mist

A Thick Mist (May 31, 2017)


 
Not sure why the Morricone song I played at the start of the show didn’t get recorded (it was just silence in the audio file), so apologies for that. Very excited about the Dracula reading alongside Deathstench & Phurpa and Aaron Dilloway. Also, why isn’t Clarence Ashley more famous?
 

A Thick Mist 2017/05/31

Background music: Prurient – There Are Still Secrets / Sugar Cane Chapel (from Bermuda Drain)

00:00:00 Talk break
00:04:13 Wormwood – I’d Rather Die (from Wormwood)
00:09:44 Clarence Ashley – Dark Holler Blues (from A Short Life Of Trouble)
00:12:42 Various – Music Of Downtown (The Ginza) (from Music From The Kabuki)
00:20:28 Richard Osborn – The Open Road (from Endless)
00:28:30 Talk break
00:31:32 Deathstench & Phurpa – Side B (from Evoking Shadows Of Death)
00:33:37 David Callum reading Bram Stoker – Jonathan Harker’s Journal (from Dracula)
00:45:42 Aaron Dilloway – Beggar Master (from Beggar Master)
01:03:23 Talk break
01:05:20 Subbulakshmi – Soga Suga (from The Sounds Of Subbulakshmi)
01:07:02 Concern – God, Weak And Quiet (from Misfortune)
01:13:43 Western Wind Vocal Ensemble – Pilgrim’s Farewell (from Early American Vocal Music: New England Anthems & Southern Folk Hymns)
01:16:47 Jean Eichelberger Ivey – Terminus (from Music By Jean Eichelberger Ivey For Voices, Instruments And Tape)
01:26:31 Talk break
01:29:51 Jacques Lasry – Chronophagie 1 (from Chronophagie: “The Time Eaters”)
01:31:17 Bell Telephone Laboratories – Side C (from The Science of Sound)
01:51:30 Xasthur – The Only Blood That Pours Is Yours (from Defective Epitaph)
01:59:24 Talk break
02:01:16 Brownie McGhee & Sonny Terry – Life Is A Gamble (from A Long Way From Home)

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