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54-46 Playlist May 28th 2015

Black Uhuru – Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner
Echo Movement – The Day After Chill
Mighty Mighty Bosstones – Another Drinkin’ Song

Stephen Marley – False Friends
Tribal Seeds – 144000
Third World – Jah Glory (sorry about our turntable)
The Cat Empire – Shoulders

Bob Marley & The Wailers – Sun Is Shining
Capital Letters – Smoking My Ganja
The Pietasters – Yesterday’s Over
Slightly Stoopid – Pon Da Horizon

Prince Buster – Judge Dread
SOJA – I Believe (Ft. Michael Franti)

10 Ft. Ganja Plant – Mercy

Psych-Out! Playlist for May 27, 2015

  1. Sergius Golowin – Die Weisse Alm (Lord Krishna von Goloka)
  2. Seconds in Formaldehyde – Untitled Live 3 (Suchness #3)
  3. Date Palms – Psalm 5 (Of Psalms)
  4. Witthüser & Westrupp – Karlchen (Trips & Träume)
  5. Mind Over Mirrors – Motioning (The Voice Calling)
  6. Paul Kantner & Grace Slick – Universal Copernican Mumbles (Sunfighter)
  7. Higuma – Crimson Cloud Ascension (Haze Valley)
  8. Messages – Return to the Unresolved System (Message Bag)

Radiobomb Playlist for May 26, 2015


Break On Through (the Other Side) by the Doors [1966, s/t]
Paranoid by Black Sabbath [1970, Paranoid]
Search and Destroy by Iggy Pop and The Stooges [1973, Raw Power]
1969 by Iggy Pop and The Stooges [1969, s/t]
Suffragette City by David Bowie [1972, The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust]
Queen Bitch by David Bowie [1971, Hunky Dory]
Helter Skelter by The Beatles [1968, s/t (White Album)]
Revolution by The Beatles [1968, 7" single]
Born to Be Wild by Steppenwolf [1968, s/t]
Jumpin’ Jack Flash by The Rolling Stones [1968, 7" single]
19th Nervous Breakdown by The Rolling Stones [1966, 7" single]
Fortunate Son by Creedence Clearwater Revival [1969, Willy and the Poor Boys]
Personality Crisis by New York Dolls [1973, s/t]
Looking At You by MC5 [1970, Back in the USA]
Trouble Every Day by Frank Zappa [1966, Freak Out!]

Sub Saharan Vibes 5/25/2015

         Artist                                                       Song

  1. Kando Bongo Man                                   J.T.
  2. Boubacar Traore                                     Congo Magni
  3. Manu Dibango f/King Sunny Ade             Highlife
  4. Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars            Treat You Right
  5. Mamadou Kelly                                        Sehenon Men
  6. Ali Farka Toure                                        Bakoye
  7. Toumast                                                  Amidinine (Oh My Friend, Oh My Friend)
  8. Matuto                                                      Ivory Coast
  9. Eric Agyeman                                         Abenaa Na Aden?
  10. Tarika Sammy                                         Famadihana
  11. Ricardo Lemvo & Makina Loca               Nganga Kiss

Shillelagh Law 5/25/2015

  • Leaving of Liverpool – The Pogues
  • Wild Rover – The Dubliners
  • The Band Played Waltzing Matilda – Slim Dusty
  • New York Girls – Gaelic Storm
  • Noseworthy and Piercy – Enter the Haggis
  • The Killburn High Road – Flogging Molly
  • The War in My Head – Celkit
  • Green Ginger Wine – Rumjacks
  • The Ballad of Calvin Crozier – Seven Nations
  • Maymorning – Runrig
  • The River Driver – Great Big Sea
  • The Galway Girl – Steve Earle
  • (I don’t want to) Change the World – Young Dubliners
  • The War was in Color – Carbon Leaf