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How is the “no talk breaks” thing going? Does it totally ruin the experience or are you enjoying the show just as much?

The 3 metal songs are from 3 of the best metal records this year (M.S.W. is the Hell guy, Paysage D’Hiver should be obvious, and I thought Velnias was dead because their last LP was in 2012). The AWE track is from the upcoming final AWE record. RIP. Thankfully AW will still be active on his own and elsewhere. Backxwash is some phenomenal new horrorcore that I didn’t know I needed. And I am way psyched that there’s not one but TWO new Revolutionary Army records. We’re not worthy.
00:00:00 M.S.W. – Obliviosus (from Obliviosus)
00:19:38 Unknown artists – Rise And Fly (from Angola Prison Spirituals)
00:25:22 Plank & Ishq – Church Of The Holy Shale (from Nine Maidens Circle)
00:28:00 Robert Pete Williams & Tom Dutson – Dig My Grave With A Silver Spade (from Angola Prison Spirituals)
00:43:25 Backxwash featuring Malldate – Into The Void (from God Has Nothing To Do With This Leave Him Out Of It)
00:48:58 Andrew Weathers Ensemble – An Unkindness Of Ravens (from The Thousand Birds In The Earth, The Thousand Birds In The Sky)
00:54:32 Caroline McKenzie – A Thousand Butterflies (from A Thousand Butterflies)
01:00:10 Tony Schwartz – Dog’s Life, Part 2 (from An Actual Story In Sound Of A Dog’s Life)
01:10:07 Paysage D’Hiver – So Hallt Es Wider (from Im Wald)
01:28:30 Unknown artists – “ベ平連” 街を行? (1) (from 新宿広場’69)
01:29:25 Unknown artists – Ceremonial Drums (from African And Afro-American Drums)
01:34:05 Zero Kama – Winged Eye Hadit (from The Secret Eye Of L.A.Y.L.A.H.)
01:39:16 Velnias – Oblivion Horizon – Null Terminus (from Scion Of Aether)
01:54:24 The Revolutionary Army Of The Infant Jesus – Opening (from Nocturnes)

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Goddamn this world is fucked.

For countless reasons, I’ve been absent from this site and my A Thick Mist radio show. The last episode was 3 months ago to the day. Before that, it was over a month. I’ve missed A Thick Mist a lot. It’s pretty much my only creative outlet and doing a live show is kind of cathartic. I’ve tried replicating the experience from home while the university radio station is closed but have been unsuccessful. That failure lead to abandonment. Enough time has passed that I’m now making another effort and doing it with different goals in mind.

I’m rusty. Hardly experimenting here. Nothing too weird. The main difference though is there’s no talk breaks. I know that makes this less of a radio show and more like a mix. But the talk breaks were getting in the way of making an episode, so I axed em just to get something done. Here it is. I think I’ll be able to do this more consistently now.

00:00:00 Amy Cutler – Vigil For Örö (One Month Of Fieldtrip Sounds – Radar, Bird Calls, Bunker Bell System, Ice, Rust, Swamp) (from Örö Tape (Fieldtrips Of The Damned))
00:04:08 Pale Cocoon – Aozora No Jikken-shitsu (from Aozora No Jikken-shitsu / Secret Sounds)
00:13:59 Burning Witch – Rift.Canyon.Dreams (from Asva / Burning Witch split)
00:26:45 Angel Rada – Mar De La Tristeza (from Upadesa)
00:34:59 The Gyuto Monks – Guhyasamaja Tantra. Chapter II (from Tibetan Tantric Choir)
00:37:51 People Meowing (excerpt) (from People Meowing)
00:59:33 Midwife – C.R.F.W. (from Forever)
01:08:01 Catherine Ribeiro + Alpes – Poème Non Épique (from N°2)
01:26:35 Hellish Forms – Gazing Upon A Forgotten Shadow (Descent) (from MMXX)
01:52:18 BERU – In The Red Thickness Of Your Skin (from Forgiveness Is Supernatural)

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This was the first at-home live broadcast I’ve ever done, so it might feel/sound a little different than the usual A Thick Mist episodes that are recorded live at WMWM. It worked out pretty ok, though, and I will definitely be doing more live shows from home, hopefully on a weekly basis. This episode aired from 8-10 (ET) on Saturday night and I’ll probably continue with that time. You can listen at

For those curious about the setup in case you also might want to try live broadcasting, I’m only using two pieces of free software: the Mixlr app for broadcasting to Mixlr and Mixxx for playing music which I basically just use to crossfade and stuff. Mixxx outputs directly to Mixlr so it’s super simple. I use an external mic but that’s not required.

Music-wise, this episode is pretty cool, with new Jeremy Bible (!!!!), the debut from Apologist, some classic Rev. Gary Davis, Aurora Borealis recordings, Indian chants, Tolowa dances, and some new killer doom out of Boston by Sea.

Air date: March 28, 2020

Background music: Nadi Qamar – Ode To The Shrines Of Buddha (from The Nuru Taa African Musical Idiom)

Talk break
Wolvserpent – Serpent (from Blood Seed)
Sussan Deyhim & Richard Horowitz – Azax Attra (from Desert Equations: Azax Attra)
Talk break
Jeremy Bible – Human Savagery (from Human Savagery)
Stephen P. McGreevy – Eves River Auroral Chorus (from Electric Enigma: The VLF Recordings Of Stephen P. McGreevy)
Apologist – Haks (from Dirt Road)
Alison Knowles – Descending Clogs Event (from Frijoles Canyon)
Su Tissue – 2nd Movement (from Salon De Musique)
Talk break
Loren Bommelyn, Sam Lopez, & Walter Richards, Sr. – Ceremonial Dance (from Songs Of Love, Luck, Animals, And Magic: Music Of The Yurok And Tolowa Indians)
Nyrabakiga – Cor Corora (Long Version) (from Cor Corora)
Eleh – Overt Too (from Living Space)
Talk break
The Cult Of Brighter Death Now – Promises Of Death (from No Decency)
Sea – Penumbra (from Impermanence)
Reverend Gary Davis – Devil’s Dream (from Pure Religion & Bad Company)
Unknown artist – In Praise Of Guru Nanak (from Religious Chants From India: Sikh, Buddhist, Hindu)
Talk break

Open house update: I’m postponing the open house. New date TBA.

I recently admitted to myself and my family that I have a compulsive buying disorder (aka shopping addiction). I racked up multiple thousands of dollars in debt, opened multiple credit cards, etc. On average, I purchased one record every day for 11 years straight. In 2019 alone, I averaged $1000 every month on records. So I’m selling my records in an attempt to recover some of the money I spent but never had to begin with and in the hopes of moving toward having a healthier relationship with music that doesn’t involve addiction.

This post serves two purposes. First, I want to be open about my problems so maybe others having similar problems can feel less alone or less ashamed. The more that people talk about things like this, the less stigma there will be, and the easier it will be for addicts to seek help. The second purpose is to let you know how I’m selling my records and how you might be able to buy some.

I’ve been quietly selling the higher-end items on Discogs for a few weeks. There are still some for sale there. Everything there is $50 or higher. However, I don’t want to spend the rest of my life running a distro shop out of my house, so what’s on Discogs now is likely all that will ever be for sale there.

Before selling everything to some record shop/dealer, I’d like to do some more direct sales with local acquaintances. So I’m going to be running an open house of sorts. Saturday, March 14th, from noon to 4. You can come to my house and shop through my collection. In general, prices will be 25% off the price of the lowest currently available on Discogs. I’ll take cash, PayPal, and Venmo.

I want to minimize the amount of time spent on packing and mailing records from online sales, which is why I limited my Discogs shop to more valuable items. However, if you’re not close enough to come to the open house, I will consider mailing records to you if it’s enough to make it worth my time.

I have a spreadsheet online that contains almost everything in my collection. It’s broken down by genre, albeit very broad, but it’s how the records are shelved in reality. You can take a look and see if i have anything you’d be interested in buying. I’m going to try to keep it updated by highlighting or removing items that have sold or aren’t available anymore.

I’m in Salem, Massachusetts but I’m not publishing my address publicly. For more info about my records and the open house, email If you can’t make the open house but still want to stop by, let me know and we can work out another time that works for you.

P.S. I still intend to continue A Thick Mist, it just won’t be a vinyl-only show.

Did you know there’s a song with lyrics written/sung in Black Speech, the language spoken by the Nazgûl in Lord of the Rings? Because that’s fucking awesome. Also, the short-lived closing piece of martial industrial alongside Native American chants is pretty excellent imo.

Air date: February, 19, 2020

Background music: Unknown artists – Untitled locked grooves (from RRR500)

00:00:00 Talk break
Ilmestys – Demo 1 (from The Noose Hangs From Heaven)
Natural Snow Buildings – Kadja Bosou (from Night Coercion Into The Company Of Witches)
Side B (from The Edge Of The Meadow)
00:32:30 Talk break
Catherine Madsen & The Greater Lansing Spinsters Guild – Menstruation Ritual / Kote (from The Patience Of Love)
Hama – Wassa (from Houmeissa)
Summoning – Mirdautas Vras (from Oath Bound)
Gandalf – The Keeper Of The Old Forest (from Visions)
01:02:01 Talk break
Aeoliah – Tien Fu: Heaven’s Gate / Mahavira (from The Light Of Tao)
Read by Zia Mohyeddin, translated by Swami Prabhavananda & Christopher Isherwood – Side B (excerpt) (from Selections From The Bhagavad-Gita: The Song Of God)
Bantu Glee Singers – Jim Takata Kanjani (from Mbube Roots: Zulu Choral Music From South Africa, 1930s-1960s)
01:29:15 Talk break
Agalloch – She Painted Fire Across The Skyline (from Pale Folklore)
Apoptose – Calanda (from Blutopfer)
William Horncloud – I’m Remembering You (from William Horncloud Sings Sioux Rabbit Songs)
01:56:55 Talk break

New Panopticon, old Fred McDowell, Native American chants, new Post Scriptvm, old La Monte Young/Marian Zazeela, talking without a larynx, strange locked grooves, strange vocalizations, old fado, old Oliveros/Dempster drone, and all sorts of other cool shit.

Air date: February 12, 2020

Background music: Hototogisu & Burning Star Core – Side A (from Hototogisu & Burning Star Core)

00:00:00 Talk break
Panopticon – Rune’s Heart (from Nechochwen / Panopticon Split)
Mississippi Fred McDowell – You Drove Me From Your Door (from Long Way From Home)
00:27:20 Talk break
Pauline Oliveros & Stuart Dempster – Ione (from Deep Listening)
Unknown Native American musicians – Side B (from Chants Of The Native American Church Of North America)
Parabuccal Speech / Singing Voice (from Speech After The Removal Of The Larynx)
Post Scriptvm – Rat In The Crown (from Variola Vera)
Amalia Rodrigues – Sombra (from Haunting Fire Of The Fado)
00:57:50 Talk break
La Monte Young & Marian Zazeela / The Theatre Of Eternal Music – Drift Study 14 VII 73 9 : 27 : 27 – 10 : 06 : 41 PM NYC (from Dream House 78’17”)
Roger Reynolds – Voicespace IV: The Palace (from Voicespace)
I. N. Marlor – Barbara Allen (from I’m On My Journey Home: Vocal Styles And Resources In Folk Music)
01:28:27 Talk break
Side B (excerpt) (from Tower Communications)
Unknown artist – Untitled locked groove (from RRR 100)
SubRosa – Stonecarver (from No Help From The Mighty Ones)
Terror Cell Unit – God Will Forgive Us But God Will Never Forgive You (from God Took Everything Away From Us & Now We Will Take Everything From You)
02:01:20 Talk break

New Eluvium, new Turk Dietrich & Duane Pitre collab (First Tone), new Mamiffer, new Tim Macuga (HANL) project (Consumer), new age piano, Holocaust despair, Russian chorus, and Gullah sermons.

Air date: February 5, 2020

Background music: Russell Haswell – Nutrino Hunter (from 37 Minute Workout)

00:00:00 Talk break
Vril Jäger – Celestial Bliss (from Celestial Bliss)
Mamiffer – Hymn Of Eros (from The Brilliant Tabernacle)
00:26:00 Talk break
Eluvium – Virga I (from Virga I)
Virginia M. Geraty – Rebus Tuh Rebulashun (from Maum Chrish’ Chaa’stun. A Gullah Story By Virginia M. Geraty)
Jay Arrigo – The Joy Of Being (excerpt) (from Organic Synthesis)
Side B (excerpt) (from Nights Of Love In Lesbos)
00:59:50 Talk break
Anhedonist – Inherent Opprobrium (from Netherwards)
Sarah Gorby – Tzien Sich Machnes Far Tribene (Marching Toward Death) (from Songs Of The Ghetto)
Consumer – In Computers Pt. 1 (from In Computers)
01:31:50 Talk break
First Tone – Reaction 2 (from Reactions)
Piatnitsky Women’s Chorus – The Gusli Serenade (from Russian Choral Music)
James Roosevelt – Side B (from A Fireside Chat On Social Security And Medicare)
Fleurety – Fragmenter Av En Fortid (from Min Tid Skal Komme)
Orthrelm – Untitled 1 / 2 / 5 (from Trans Atlantic Asthma Attack)
01:59:40 Talk break

I played a bunch of my favorite metal records. The full Top 27 list is here, so consider this episode a 2-hour highlight reel.

Air date: January 29, 2020

Background music: False – The Serpent Sting, The Smell Of Goat (from Portent)

00:00:00 Talk break
Mizmor – Cairn To God (from Cairn)
Astronoid – I Dream In Lines (from Astronoid)
Nusquama – De Aarde Dorst (from Horizon Ontheemt)
00:31:00 Talk break
Big Brave – Holding Pattern (from A Gaze Among Them)
Ragana – Waiting / The Tower (from We Know That The Heavens Are Empty)
00:57:40 Talk break
Il’Ithil – Mother Protect Her From Harm (from On This Day We Were Reborn In A Shroud Of Light And Shadow)
Tvar – Палач (Executioner) (from Tvar)
Night’s Threshold – Feasting In Your Fears (from Deep Within The Night)
Borda’s Rope – My Axe Soaked With Paikra’s Gore (from Across The Black Deltaruin)
01:31:00 Talk break
Sutekh Hexen – Torrential (from Sutekh Hexen)
Crawl – A Broken Lich (from Necrotic Fear)
Bull Of Apis, Bull Of Bronze – What Awaits Us (A Void Is But An Open Mouth) (from Offerings Of Flesh And Gold)
Sadness – I Want To Be With You (from I Want To Be There)
02:01:30 Talk break

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I played a bunch of my favorite drone records. The full Top 27 list is here, so consider this episode a 2-hour highlight reel.
Air date: January 22, 2020

Background music: Jessica Ekomane – Solid Of Revolution (from Multivocal)

00:00:00 Talk break
Mára – Sangre De Cristo I-VII (from Here Behold Your Own)
00:27:48 Talk break
Efrim Manuel Menuck & Kevin Doria – Fight The Good Fight (from are SING, SINCK, SING)
Kali Malone – Spectacle Of Ritual (from The Sacrificial Code)
Maria W Horn – Konvektion (from Epistasis)
00:59:46 Talk break
J. Pavone String Ensemble – By And Large (from Brick And Mortar)
William Engelen – Announcing (from Today, The Organ Has Played Beautifully Again)
Sarah Louise – Late Night Healing Choir (from Nighttime Birds And Morning Stars)
Jen Kutler – Meg Noe (from Disembodied)
01:25:53 Talk break
Microtub – Chronic Shift (from Chronic Shift)
Ellen Arkbro – Chords For Organ (from Chords)
Mondkopf – Growing (from How Deep Is Our Love?)
02:06:49 Talk break

I had a harder time than usual making this list. I mostly attribute it to the fact that there were so many labels and artists who were both prolific and at the top of their game and I didn’t want to clog the list with the same artists and labels. So I held back on Gilead Media (as usual), Mystískaos/Amor Fati, Sentient Ruin/Cyclic Law, Eisenwald Tonschmiede, Knife Vision… in order to keep the list fair and interesting.

Instead of uploading a song for each record like I’ve done in the past, I made sure the album title links to a stream (all but one go to Bandcamp).

Let me know what I missed and what some of your favorites of the year were.

As always: Thanks for reading. Thanks for listening. Thanks for making incredible music.
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Lots of long songs and maybe the first time ever there’s no American folk/blues to be found. Even so, there’s Japanese flutes, génocidaire trial recordings, Indian ragas, nondescript LSD instructions, Finnish doom, Italian dark ambient, and readings from the Tibetan Book of the Dead.

Air date: December 18, 2019

Background music: Orthrelm – Urthiln (from 2nd 18/O4 Norildivoth Crallos-Lomrixth Urthiln)

00:00:00 Talk break
Swallow The Sun – Emerald Forest And The Blackbird (from Emerald Forest And The Blackbird)
Masters Of Meian-Ryu, Kimpu-Ryu, Tozan-Ryu And Kikusi-Ryu – Sekihiki No Fu (from Japanese Masterpieces For The Shakuhachi)
Alessandro Cortini – Momenti / La Storia / Sabbia (from Volume Massimo)
00:32:37 Talk break
Ali Akbar Khan & Mahapurush Misra – Rag Kanara Prakaar, Part 1 (from The 80 Minute Raga)
Timothy Leary, Ralph Metzner, & Richard Alpert – Going Out (from The Psychedelic Experience)
00:58:26 Talk break
Falls Of Rauros – Weapons Of Refusal (from Patterns In Mythology)
Laurie Anderson, Tenzin Choegyal, & Jesse Paris Smith – Brilliant Lights / Listen Without Distraction (from Songs From The Bardo)
01:30:38 Talk break
Winterblood – I (Chapter 1) (from Waldeinsamkeit)
Side B (excerpt) (from 6 Million Accuse)
Grouper – Dragging The Streets (from A I A : Dream Loss)
01:59:24 Talk break

2019 was the first year I didn’t post a single thing on this site besides the radio show. I have very obviously taken a big step back from the music review thing. However, I still enjoy making lists and sharing great music with you, so here we are, 27 of my favorite drone records from this year, a nice arbitrary number that I didn’t feel needed to be an interval of 5. I was a little less strict about the “too big for AGB” criteria I always enforce, although I still kept it somewhat intact, as if anyone needs me to tell them the dude from Nine Inch Nails put out a record on fuckin Ninja Tune oops I meant Mute (even though Cortini’s record is fuckin phenomenal).

Instead of uploading a song for each record like I’ve done in the past, I made sure the album title links to a stream (all of them go to Bandcamp). There’s only one that doesn’t have a full stream online, number 12, so you’ll just have to take my word on that one and enjoy the brief samples the label provided. I’ve made Spotify playlists in recent years, but this time only a fraction of the records were available on Spotify, so I just didn’t even bother.

Also, I’m fairly confident that Jacob Kirkegaard’s crazy limited/expensive deluxe 4xLP box Opus Mors, where he recorded four different post-mortem scenarios (a morgue, an autopsy, a cremation, and a corpse farm), would be on this list if I ever had a chance to hear it.

Let me know what I missed and what some of your favorites of the year were.

As always: Thanks for reading. Thanks for listening. Thanks for making incredible music.


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Some especially nice pairings in this episode, including RST’s drone & Haitian ritual music, Curran’s Canti Illuminati alongside some Indian ragas, and Truman Capote reading over Primitive Man’s dark ambient doom. Also, I hope next year is the year of Profetus. They fuckin deserve it.
Air date: December 4, 2019

Background music: Millie & Andrea – Back Down (from Drop The Vowels)

00:00:00 Talk break
Profetus – Tiarnia (from The Sadness Of Time Passing)
RST – Ultimate Immaterial / Sun Downers (from RST)
Unknown Haitian musicians – Side A (from Divine Horsemen: The Voodoo Gods Of Haiti)
00:29:55 Talk break
Hazel Dickens & Alice Foster – A Tiny Broken Heart (from Won’t You Come & Sing For Me)
Sri Swami Rama (Sri Manmohanpahari & Sri Satish Kumar / Sri Satish Kumar & Sri Vinod Kumar) – Gunghat Ke Pat Khol / Raga Saraswati (from Temple Music And Chants)
Alvin Curran – Canti Illuminati (For Choir, Synthesizer, Piano, And Tape) (from Canti Illuminati)
01:02:13 Talk break
HWWAUOCH – Not Anything (from Into The Labyrinth Of Consciousness)
Lewlewal De Podor – Diaraby (from Yiilo Jaam)
A Winged Victory For The Sullen – Adios, Florida (from The Undivided Five)
01:27:57 Talk break
Primitive Man – Fear (from Steel Casket)
Truman Capote – Part II (from Children On Their Birthdays)
The Kessinger Brothers – Don’t Let Your Deal Go Down (from Clark And Luches)
01:58:00 Talk break

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Piano-driven funeral doom, an instrumental Julee Cruise song, my man Nimrod, Joik songs, UFO reports, and Poe stories.
Air date: November 20, 2019

Background music: Joshua Sabin – Sutarti V (from Sutarti)

00:00:00 Talk break
Slow – Elégie (from VI – Dantalion)
Mount Eerie & Julie Doiron – Belief (from Lost Wisdom Pt. 2)
David Lynch & Angelo Badalamenti – Mysteries Of Love (Instrumental) (from Blue Velvet Soundtrack)
00:29:30 Talk break
Trepaneringsritualen – ᛉ (from ᛉᛦ – Algir; Eller Algir I Merkstave)
Long John Nebel – Side A (from The Flying Saucer Story)
Abbot Lung Ken – Hua-Yen Tzu-Mu Liturgy (from Chinese Buddhist Music)
01:01:43 Talk break
L’Acephale – Winternacht (from L’Acephale)
Nimrod Workman – Black Lung Song (from Mother Jones’ Will)
Kathryn & Duffy & The Enemies List – Pre-Impeachment Blues (from Nixon’s The One / Pre-Impeachment Blues)
01:31:00 Talk break
Joanna Brouk – The Space Between (from The Space Between)
Edgar Allen Poe read by Basil Rathbone – The Black Cat (from Basil Rathbone Reads Edgar Allen Poe, Vol. 1)
Deathprod – Occultation 2 (from Occulting Disk)
Inga Susanne Heatta – Anna Sofia Mienna / Johan Buljo / Malen Inga Benna; Inga M. Haetta – Mana Gallaka Noukat (from Lappish Joik Songs From Northern Norway)
02:01:00 Talk break

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Faith Coloccia (Mára) is a perfect music creator.

I’m going to stop adding time stamps for every piece of (non)music I play because it’s pretty time consuming to add. And considering the number of songs I play in each set, I think it’s kind of unnecessary, especially since I’ll be keeping time stamps for each talk break. Let me know if this is a huge loss for you.

I’m moving A Thick Mist to a new time slot on WMWM. It’ll be Wednesdays from 10-noon (EST) which I think will 1: help me be more consistent with my attendance and 2: give more people a chance to listen live.

Also, I finally figured out the RSS thing. I sincerely apologize for enormously fucking that up. Here’s where things stand now.

  • The AGB site as a whole has its regular RSS. The only thing that’s changed there is now the audio for the podcasts shows up in the feed.
  • A Thick Mist has its own RSS. This used the be the case but when I redesigned the site this summer, it completely destroyed the feed and I really didn’t know how bad it was until very recently.
  • A Thick Mist is now up on Apple Podcasts, TuneIn, and Blubrry. If you have other platforms that you would like to use for listening to A Thick Mist, let me know.


Air date: October 23, 2019

Background music: Explosions In The Sky – Day Six (from The Rescue)

00:00:00 Talk break
False – The Serpent Sting, The Smell Of Goat / Postlude (from Portent)
Rich Amerson and Earthy Anne Coleman – Jonah / Dock Reed – Low Down Death Right Easy (from Negro Folk Music Of Alabama, Vol. II: Religious Music)
Side B (excerpt) (from Songs Of The Forest)
00:29:00 Talk break
Mára – A New Young Birth I-VII (from Here Behold Your Own)
00:59:00 Talk break
Ustad Imrat Khan – Rag – Imratkauns (from Ajmer)
Bill Steinkraus – Side B (excerpt) (from Bill Steinkraus Teaches Training & Showing The Jumper)
Dead Neanderthals – Bone Hill (from Ghosts)
01:30:30 Talk break
Clarence Tom Ashley & Doc Watson – Rising Sun Blues (from Old Time Music At Clarence Ashley’s Part 2)
Unknown Baoule musiciains – Invocation, Entrance, And Dance Of The Glaou (from Music And Dances Of Occidental Africa)
Lightning Bolt – Van Halen 2049 (from Sonic Citadel)
Black Cilice – Outerbody Incarnation (from Transfixion Of Spirits)
02:00:30 Talk break