Episode 7 ∆ April 16, 2015
DOG GONE RADIO - 16TH APRIL, 2015 by Trp on Mixcloud
1. Dorthy Ashby – Soul Vibrations
2. Abstract Truth – Jersey Thursday
3. Nick Drake – Cello Song
4. James Last – Here Comes The Sun
5. Linda Perhacs – Parallelograms (Amorphous Androgynous mix)
6. White Hills – LSD or USB
7. Les Papyvores – Le Papyvore
8. Tim Maia – Nobody Can Live Forever
9. The Witch – Like A Chicken
10. Billy ThunderKloud & The Chieftones – Indian Nation
11. Seneca Indians – Children’s Chorus
12. Modern Folk Quintet – Night Time Girl
13. Johnny Bucket – Hippie In A Blunder
14. The Sea-Ders – Thanks A Lot
15. The Bethlehem Exit – Walk Me Out
16. Jacco Gardner – Find Yourself
17. The Paul Butterfield Blues Band – East-West
18. messieurs richard de bordeaux & daniel beretta – la drogue
19. The Chocolate Watch Band – I’m Not Like Everybody Else
20. Plain Jane – Who’s Drivin’ This Train?
21. The Wimple Winch – Save My Soul
22. The Bee Gees – In My Own Time
23. Hollins and Starr – Talking To Myself
24. Richard Dick: Alaska Tlingit Indian – I Love You So Much It Hurts
25. The Fabulous Three – Answer Me Softly Pt. 1
26. Mazhar ve Fuat – Seviyorum Seni Canım
27. Banyen Rakkaen – Salawan Banyen
28. Julia K. Mars – Phantasmorgic Sheeps Of The World
29. Goat – Run To Your Mama
30. Amadeo Tommasi – African War (Cenacolo: Grandangolo)
31. Eternal Tapestry – Wild Strawberries
32. Veena Dhanammal – Javali (Kamas)
33. Hackamore Brick – Radio
Dog Gone Presents: Songs For The Spring
1. Bert Jansch & John Renbourn – The Time Has Come
2. Eddie Callahan – Where Will We Be Tomorrow
3. The Orange Bicycle – Trip On An Orange Bicycle
4. Summer Saxaphones – Billy Jack’s Theme
5. Kim Jung Mi – I Wanna Enjoy The Warm Spring Breeze
6. R. Steevie Moore – Here Comes Summer Again
7. Hank Snow – Moanin’
8. Blackrock – Bad Cloud Overhead
9. Dungen – Samtidigit 2
10. Keith Hudson – Formula Dub
11. Josephine Baker – Blue Skies
12. It’s A Beautiful Day – White Bird
13. Les Halles – Illusion Of Movement
14. Ryley Walker – Hide In The Roses
15. Maurice Chevalier – Louise
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Welcome to 2015, friends! We’re psyched to kick of the year with this stacked show announcement–the first of many to come in this bright new year. For those unfamiliar with Columbian electronic experimental artist Lido Pimienta, prepare to be enlightened by one of the top musical forces on the scene right now. It all goes down January 23 at Smiling Buddha with Ken Park and Carl Didur providing support.
This just might be the best mix we ever did.
Download ∆ The Radio Spoke To Me
01. Montibus Communitus ∆ The Pilgrim Under Stars (excerpt)
02. Dymaxion ∆ Ant’lrd Ally
03. Biglietto Per L’Inferno ∆ Confessione
04. Federal Duck ∆ Peace In My Mind
05. Sons Of Adam ∆ I Told You Once Before
06. Fender IV ∆ Malibu Run
07. The Electronic Hole ∆ Love Will Find A Way
08. Grateful Dead/John Oswald ∆ Clouds Cast (excerpt)
09. Bill Plummer & The Cosmic Brotherhood ∆ Journey To The East
10. Mark Fry ∆ The Witch
11. Vasti Bunyan ∆ Coldest Night Of The Year
12. C.O.B. ∆ Spirit Of Love
13. Toolshed ∆ Love In Outer Space
14. Yusef Lateef ∆ Eastern Market
15. Saphire Thinkers ∆ From Within
16. The Millenium – 5 A.M.
17. Fate – Smoke & Stone
Toronto photographer and filmmaker Laura-Lynn Petrick hit the road with Quilt this summer to document their cross-country trip across the US of A. Here we share with you her VHS travelogue, set to the tune of “Mary Mountain.” Be sure to check out Laura-Lynn’s photo diary over on The FADER too.
If you’re anything like us, this is exactly what you need in your life today. “Chenagh le Blues” by Algerian rock outfit Abranis comes off Sublime Frequencies’ new compilation of 1970s Algerian Folk and Pop, which you should pick up right now.
“From the heavier rock and psychedelic sounds of Rachid & Fethi, Les Djinns and Les Abranis, to the haunting folk music of Kri Kri and Djamel Allem and the film soundtrack moods of Ahmed Malek, 1970s Algerian Folk & Pop documents a key period in the modern musical renaissance of a nation in transition. Most of these tracks are from 45 rpm singles, the key format during the early 1970s before the cassette took over as the medium of choice. Western musical influences can be heard throughout this extremely diverse record, yet there is an undeniable Algerian sense of sadness contained here within a more tolerant space in time between two of the country’s most significant historical periods; National Independence from France and the darker times of a brutal civil war yet to come.”
Living in New York City certainly has its benefits and drawbacks. Whether those come in the form of readily available bagel spots, high rent costs, or underground hair/nail salons operating in the apartment next door to you (a benefit to some, a drawback to others), there’s an infinite number of things that make you want to stick around, and just as many that make you want to pack up the U-Haul and get outta town in a moments notice. But something that you won’t find anywhere else, and will forever remain a part of New York’s fabric, are bands like Prince Rupert’s Drops.
Typically, these bands don’t stray too far from home and if you happen to live outside the New York locale there’s a good chance they’ve flown passed your radar. This sort of musical anomaly applies to bands like Endless Boogie, Invisible Familiars, and a whole legion of artists that exist largely within the confines of New York.
Prince Rupert’s Drops much anticipated sophomore LP, Climbing Light, is out this week on Beyond Beyond is Beyond. Fans of riff-heavy ’60s psych with a touch of British folk are sure to enjoy the array of sounds crafted by this eclectic musical collective. Have a listen to “Follow Me,” the album’s stunning folk-rocker that finds vocalist Leslie Stein channeling Fairport-era Sandy Denny.
Purchase Climbing Light from the good folks at Beyond Beyond is Beyond.
Prince Rupert’s Drops – “Follow Me”
Sam Cohen is, without a doubt, one of the most talented guitarists on the scene today. Just last week, he disbanded his much loved Yellowbirds project with a final show at Baby’s All Right in Brooklyn. This week, he returns to the fold with a new solo number titled after the Kelper space observatory launched by NASA to discover Earth-like planets orbiting other stars.
Sam Cohen’s solo debut comes out in early 2015 via Easy Sound.
Mark Fry’s 1972 psych-folk masterpiece Dreaming With Alice has been getting a lot of play around these parts of late. Recorded in Rome over a three-day period in the summer of ’71, but never properly released unto the world, the physical LP is extremely rare with copies fetching for much as $4K. Throughout the album, songs weave in and out of short, reappearing dream state segments that venture through the visions of Fry’s highly psychedelic dream with Alice—a reference to the Louis Carroll’s Alice Through The Looking Glass. Here we share with you the dark, Eastern-tinged acid-folk number, “The Witch.” Do enjoy, friends.
Mark Fry ∆ “The Witch”
(stream the full album here)
collage by Mariano Peccinetti
Songs For The Autumn Months
01. Appletree Theatre ∆ ‘E’ Train
02. Lazy Smoke ∆ Under Skies
03. The Association ∆ The Time It Is Today
04. Frummox ∆ There You Go
05. Brewer & Shipley ∆ Keeper of the Keys
06. Jackson C. Scott ∆ Milk and Honey
07. Pelt ∆ Sunflower River Blues (Fahey)
08. Wool ∆ If They Left Us Alone
09. Cartoone ∆ Knick Knack Man
10. Sandy Salisbury ∆ Butter Me Over With Cinnamon Sugar
11. Cartoone ∆ Reflections of a Common Theme
12. Roger McGuinn ∆ Time Cube
13. Peter Walker ∆ Rainy Day Raga
14. Lula Côrtes e Zé Ramalho ∆ Água: Regato Da Montanha
15. Prince Rupert’s Drops ∆ Follow Me