Lost in the Stacks

Playlist for Lost in the Stacks from April 4th, 2014 (“Life’s Not Fair But It Can Be Fair-Use”) Episode 202

Clip from A Fair(y) Use Tale

Intro: “Friction” by Television

“Give It Back” by Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings

Interview with Julie Ahrens (Center for Internet and Society, Stanford Law)

File this set under HM101 .A4:

“Each and Every Day” by Pujol
“Filipino Box-Spring Hog” by Tom Waits
“Do You Remember” by The Beach Boys

Continued interview with Julie Ahrens

File this set under TK7881.6:

“I’ll Call You Mine” by The Zombies
“Magazine Collage” by Juvenile Hall
“Tape Loop” by Morcheeba

Continued interview with Julie Ahrens

File this set under KF3030.1:

“I’m Used Now” by Grab, Grab Haddock
“She Can Do What She Wants” by Field Music

Credits: “Found A Job” by Talking Heads

“When the World is Running Down, You Make the Best of What’s Still Around” by The Police

Mailbag: “Culabra Cut” by The Sea and Cake

Stay tuned for the next Lost in the Stacks, “Google Books and Libraries” on April 4th!

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Playlist for Lost in the Stacks from March 28th, 2014 (“Collecting the Now”) Episode 201

Clip from The Smartest Man in the World

Intro: “Friction” by Television

“For Now and Ever” by Super Furry Animals

Interview with Aprille McKay (University of Michigan)

File this set under HG5562 .P413:
“Confused” by Art Object
“Victim of Circumstance” by The City
“Holding the Void” by So Pitted

Continued interview with Aprille McKay

File this set under HV1420.72:
“Motherless Children” by Blind Willie Johnson
“Scared to Be Alone” by The Instant Automatons

Continued interview with Aprille McKay

File this set under JF1351 .R285:

“Gone Forever” by The Raveonettes
“Going Going Gone” by Richard Hell and the Voidoids

Credits: “Kent” by Slint

“Tell Me Now” by Strawberry Story

Mailbag: “Closer” by NIN

Stay tuned for the next Lost in the Stacks, “Life’s Not Fair, But It Can Be Fair-Use,” on April 4th!

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Playlist for Lost in the Stacks from March 21st, 2014 (“The Public Domain: Coming Soon to a Theater Near You”) Episode 200

Clip from a 1888 public domain recording

Intro: “Friction” by Television

“Shatter Your Day” by Flag of Democracy

Interview with David Pierce and Eric Hoyt (Media History Digital Library)

File this set under ML3790 .K448:

“Downloading the Repetoire (EXCERPT)” by Jack Mundurian
“Sweet Johnny” by Gorky’s Zygotic Mynci
“Everyone’s Gone To The Movies” by Steely Dan

Continued interview with David Pierce and Eric Hoyt

File this set under Z692 .C65:

“Friends of Friends” by Hospitality
“Me and Mary” by Asobi Seksu
“Together” by Ray Charles and Betty Carter

Continued interview with David Pierce and Eric Hoyt

File this set under TR505 .D65:

“Shine a Light” by Cults
“Goldern Lights” by Twinkle
“Invisible Lantern” by Screaming Trees

Credits: “Peaches” by The Presidents of the United States of America

“Walk Together, Rock Together” by 7 Seconds

Mailbag: “Thickfreakness” by The Black Keys

Stay tuned for the next Lost in the Stacks, “Collecting the Now” on March 28th!

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Playlist for Lost in the Stacks from March 14th, 2014 (“The Road To Litigation”) Episode 199

Clip from 30 Rock
Intro: “Friction” by Television

“It’s a Law” by The Natural History

Interview with Gail Clement (Texas A&M)

File this set under KF3030.1:

“Me, Myself, and I” by De La Soul
“Stealin’” by The Wood Brothers

Continued interview with Gail Clement

File this set under ML197 .S694:

“The Purple Bottle (Stevie Wonder Version)” by Animal Collective
“No More Reproduction” by The Hex

Continued interview with Gail Clement

File this set under PN1995.9 .S26:

“UFO” by ESG
“Brooklyn Rocks The Best” by Cutmaster DC

Credits: “Fopp” by Soundgarden

“My Bologna” by Weird Al Yankovic

Mailbag: “Into the Void (Sealth)” by Soundgarden

Stay tuned for the next Lost in the Stacks, “Information Now II: Hardcore Public Good” on March 21st!

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Playlist for Lost in the Stacks from March 7th, 2014 (“Patents & Trolls”) Episode 198

Intro: “Friction” by Television

“Sheena is a Punk Rocker” by The Yeah Yeah Yeahs (originally The Ramones)

Interview with Philip Burrus (Burrus Intellectual Property Law Group)

File this set under K3791 .C66:

“Search and Destroy” by Peaches (originally The Stooges)
“War Pigs” by CAKE (originally Black Sabbath)

Continued interview with Philip Burrus

File this set under ML420 .D98 B62:

“Highway ’61 Revisited” by PJ Harvey (originally Bob Dylan)
“New Pony” by The Dead Weather (originally Bob Dylan)
“Leopard Skin Pill Box Hat” by Beck (originally Bob Dylan)

Continued interview with Philip Burrus

File this set under TA157 .C6:

“Fopp” by Soundgarden (originally The Ohio Players)
“Kick Out The Jams” by The Presidents of the United States of America (originally The MC5)

Credits: “Tweezer (Reprise)” by Phish

“Too Little Too Late” by Department of Eagles (originally Jojo)

Mailbag: “Give It Up” by Public Enemy

Stay tuned for the next Lost in the Stacks, “The Road To Litigation” on March 14th!

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