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Sub Saharan Vibes – April 21, 2014

Artist                                                    Song

  1. Angelique Kidjo                                          Battu’
  2. Mahlathini & the Mahotella Queens w/ the Makgona Tshole Band    Liyududuma
  3. Simon Shaheen                                         Al Hinna
  4. Malavoi                                                       Kasé Ko
  5. Johnny Clegg                                             Makhabeleni
  6. Orchestra Baobab                                     Sibam
  7. Oliver Mtukudzi                                          Todii
  8. Sidi Touré                                                  Annour El Sahel (The light of the Sahel)
  9. Khaled                                                       C’est la vie
  10. Kando Bongo Man                                    Lisote
  11. Soweto Gospel Choir                                Ngahlulele
  12. Awilo Longomba                                        Cache Cache

SLAW 4/21/2014

  • The King’s Shilling – Colm O Caoimh, Mick Mcauley, Winfred Horan
  • Walked Through the Fair – Enter the Haggis
  • Far Away Boys – Flogging Molly
  • Slim Jim and the 7-11 Girl – Gaelic Storm
  • McAlpine’s Fusiliers – Young Dubliners
  • Loch Lomond – The Real McKenzies
  • Moll Dubh A’ Ghleanna – Altan
  • Minstrel Boy – Corrs
  • Where Ya Been Johnny – The Tossers
  • Star of the County Down – The Orthodox Celts
  • Maidren Ru – The Pogues
  • Drunken Sailor – The Blaggards
  • Haul Away Joe – The Bilge Pumps
  • Step it out Mary – High Kings
  • Red-Hair Mary – Dervish

  • Donald McGillivray – Emerald Rose
  • Foggy Dew – Murder the Stout

Kosher Noise Playlist 4/21/14

Ad She’Ein Yoter Le’an (Until There’s Nowhere Left) by Idan Raichel Project off the album Quarter to Six
The H Tune (Hava Nagila) by Abraham Inc.
Gachliliot (Fireflies) by Estar Shamir off the album Anana Presents: Music from Israel
Anim Zemiros
Shachor Lavan (Black and White) by Galya Yaron
Hasar Moshe Montefiori
Crossroads (feat. J. Ralph) Matisyahu off the album Spark Seeker
Hu Remix1 by Shotei Hanevu’a And Isabo off the album Mechapsim et Dorot (Looking for Dorot)
Bocha Lach (Crying to You)
Ha’im Lihyot Bach Me’ohav (To Be In Love With You)
Insanity Again
Rov Ha’Shaot by Idan Raichel Project off the album

Back Alley Pork Roost – April 20, 2014

  • Brakeman’s Blues – Jimmie Rodgers
  • River of Jordan – Poverty Line Old Time String Band
  • Come All Ye Coal Miners – The Reel World String Band
  • Lisa’s Joy – Ralph Stanley
  • Roving Gambler – Country Gentlemen
  • The Little Sparrow – Country Gentlemen
  • Handsome Molly – Doc Watson
  • Shine, Hallelujah, Shine – Dry Branch Fire Squad
  • Ain’t Got Nothing but Time – Hank Williams Sr
  • Sally Goodin – Herman Johnson
  • 50 Year Ago Waltz – Herman Johnson
  • Fathers and Sons – Del McCoury Band
  • You Better Keep It on Your Mind – Hank Williams Sr
  • Daybreak in Dixie – Mark O’Connor
  • Long, Hot Summer Days – John Hartford
  • Lonesome Dog – Francis M. Daves
  • Railroad Dream – Francis M Daves
  • Were You There When They Crucified My Lord – Johnny Cash and the Carter Family

Playlist for Lost in the Stacks from April 18th, 2014 (“What Does Google Really Want?”) Episode 204


Intro: “Friction” by Television

“See No Evil” by Television

Interview with Dr. Ian Bogost, School of Literature, Media, and Communication at Georgia Tech

File this set under BJ1335 .W33:
“Get on the Good Foot” by James Brown
“Promise Me” by The Gun Club

Continued interview with Ian Bogost

File this set under BJ1403 .B613:

“Evil!” by Grinderman
“Evil” by Andrew Jackson Jihad

Continued interview with Ian Bogost

File this set under QA76.9 .A25:

“You Want Everything But Me” by Lefty Frizzell
“I Want Everything” by The Godfathers

Credits: “Kent” by Slint

“Burn in Hell” by Twisted Sister

Mailbag: “Culabra Cut” by The Sea and Cake

Stay tuned for the next Lost in the Stacks, “Metadata is Important!” on April 25th!

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