The new Low record might be my favorite thing to come out this year. So incredible. Definitely check it out even if you aren’t a Low fan (like me) because it sounds like Basinski produced it (he didn’t).

Also, don’t be surprised of that Afsprengi Satans record shows up again in my Halloween episode.
 

Air date: October 3, 2018

Background music: 1-Speed Bike – The Day That Mauro Ran Over Elwy Yost (from Droopy Butt Begone!)

00:00:00 The Voices Supreme – The Broken Vessel (from To The Glory Of God)
00:04:41 Talk break
00:08:36 Afsprengi Satans – Í Iðrum Þínum Sefur Brennisteinn (from Seiðgall / Djöful Leg)
00:27:11 Low – Dancing And Fire (from Double Negative)
00:31:16 Talk break
00:34:27 Doc Reese – Ol’ Hannah (from Jazz Volume 1: South)
00:37:30 Mirror – Side A (from Ringstones)
00:41:15 Michael Fox – Side A (from Dogtalk)
01:01:34 Talk break
01:03:47 Imperial Triumphant – The Filth (from Vile Luxury)
01:13:07 Jobelou – Kita (from Voodoo Trance Music: Ritual Drums Of Haiti)
01:18:17 Mississippi Fred McDowell – Worried Mind Blues (from The Alan Lomax Recordings)
01:21:43 Mountain Man – Slow Wake Up Sunday Morning (from Magic Ship)
01:25:48 Unknown Aissawan musicians – Aissawa Procession (from Music Of Morocco)
01:30:13 Talk break
01:33:31 Paysage D’Hiver – Moloch (from Schattengang)
01:47:12 Ustad Zia Mohiuddin Dagar – Raga Yaman: Alap (from Raga Yaman)
01:49:50 David Cory reading Ralph Waldo Emerson – “Is this beauty to perish…?” and the poem Hamatreya (from A Selection From The Essays, The Poetry, And The Journals)
02:01:02 Talk break
02:03:00 Big Bill Broonzy – Down In The Basement (from Do That Guitar Rag 1928-1935)

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One comment on “Episode 73

  1. David Neal Sinrich Oct 16, 2018

    Great stuff!! Thanks

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