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Back Alley Pork Roost – February 7, 2016

  • Doc Watson – The House Carpenter
  • Johnny Cash – Tennessee Stud
  • Jim Ringer – Black Waters
  • Andy Statman – Herman Howe’s Bayou
  • Yonder Mountain String Band – Hog Potato
  • Jon Stickley Trio – The High Road
  • Dailey and Vincent – Do You Know You Are My Sunshine
  • Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs – I’m a Man of Constant Sorrow
  • Bill Monroe & His Blue Grass Boys – In the Pines
  • Alison Krauss – Down to the River to Pray
  • Tony Rice, Sam Bush, Todd Phillips, Jerry Douglas, Vassar Clements – Muleskinner Blues
  • Seldom Scene – It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue
  • Punch Brothers – No More. Yet
  • Cicada Rhythm – Do Not Destroy

Mode 7 – 02/07/16

The Bunnyhop Show!

Tonight we had a special episode guest hosted by our friend, Taylor Burdette! He interviewed Atlanta video game journalist, George Weidman, who runs Super Bunnyhop on Youtube.
You can check George out here: https://www.youtube.com/user/bunnyhopshow
and you can check us out here!

The Playlist!
Chrono Cross – Life/Faraway Promise
Copy Kitty – Blueberry Explosion
Aivi & Surasshu – Lonely Rolling Star (Missing You)

Playlist for Lost in the Stacks from February 5th, 2016 (Music Archives III: All That Jazz) Episode 290

Hear the show at http://traffic.libsyn.com/lostinthestacks/LITS_Episode_290.mp3

Clip from Parks and Recreation
Intro: “Friction” by Television

“Let the Good Times Roll” by Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five

Interview with Vincent Pelote (Rutgers University Newark)

File this set under PR9499.3 .A5:
“Big Heart” by The Lounge Lizards

Continued interview with Vincent Pelote

File this set under HD1697.5 .D358:
“Gut Bucket Blues” by Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five
“Bodhisattva” by Steely Dan

Continued interview with Vincent Pelote

File this set under F1435.3 .D34 L66 2009:
“Dance of the Maya” by The Mahavishnu Orchestra

Credits: “B+A” by The Beta Band

“John McLaughlin” by Miles Davis

More about Lost in the Stacks Live! here.

Stay tuned for the next Lost in the Stacks, “Music Archives IV: DJ Screw” on Friday, February 12th!

Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, or at http://lostinthestacks.libsyn.com/

Psych-Out! Playlist for February 3, 2016

  1. Kikagaku Moyo – Zo No Senaka (Kikagaku Moyo)
  2. Astral Son – Silver Moon (Silver Moon)
  3. Chris Forsyth – New Pharmacist Boogie (For Jack) (Paranoid Cat)
  4. Sand – The Morning Has Blown You Away (Sylph Ballet)
  5. Limbus 4 – Dhyana (Mandalas)
  6. Syd Barrett – Wined and Dined (Barrett)
  7. Magical Power Mako – Tundra (Super Record)
  8. Magic Castles – Songs of the Forest (Songs of the Forest)
  9. Headdress – The End (Lunes)

Psych-Out! February 3 was hosted by Curtis.

Radiobomb for February 2nd, 2016

Egyptomania by The Angry Samoans
Attack of the Mushroom People by The Angry Samoans
Goo Goo Muck by The Cramps
Dead End by The Detonators
I Don’t Wanna by The Detonators
Ick the Eem by Detox
Placidyl Polka (Eddie’s Drunk Again) by Detox
Evil Army by Evil Army
I Refuse to Sing by Really Red
Such Men Are Dangerous by F
Outcast by Bored Youth
Bloodstains by Agent Orange
Who Are You by Void
No Skate, No Thrash by Jellyroll Rockheads
You’re The Lucky One by Spooner
Police Brutality by Necros
I Failure by Autistic Youth
Lude Boy by Social Distortion
Sick Satisfaction by The Carbonas
Rich Daddy by The Dicks
Red Tape by Circle Jerks
Feel Like A Man by Negative FX
City to City by DYS
Lifestyles by Poison Idea