Archive for October, 2011

Gettin’ down in A-town… that’s what’s up

I’ll get to last week’s playlist in a bit, but if you need it just look to the  Twitter feed, or go to the Mothership and click on the stream. That said, here’s What’s Up with What’s Going Down:

A whole slew of shows of note coming in in the fair city of Atlanta. I’ve got the Bear Creek Fest list here as well, even though it’s in Florida, its a nice little weekend fest. And don’t forget about the Atlanta History Center‘s exhibit celebrating the Apollo Theater’s contribution to the American Arts. It goes into March of next year.

Also new to the list is the Numero Group Invades Atlanta at 529 on November 16th. Numero is an archival label out of Chicago, specializing in releasing some of the nastiest funk which has hardly seen the light of day. They’ll have a pop-up record store then enlighten the crowd spinning 45’s back to back with Atlanta’s own Brian Poust. Check the video below for a sampling of some Numero Group genius.

That’s it. Hopefully that’ll give you something to do between now and the end of the year. Check back for frequent re-posts and updates.

Kosher Noise Playlist 10/17/11 Sukkot Edition w/special guest R’ Shlomo Gelbtuch

  • Shakin’ the Lulav (Sukkot Song)    2:43    Bar-Cohn Production
  • Adoshem Adoshem Part 1     Afro-Semitic Experience     NPR Song of the Day
  • Gimme Shelter Remix (Sukkot Song)    3:02    Eprhyme    Shemspeed
  • Meron Nign/In the Sukke    6:02    Itzhak Perlman, Andy Statman Klezmer Orchestra    Klezmer 2 – Live In The Fiddler’s House
  • Sukkah Building    3:02
  • Shelter city    5:14    Berry Sakharof    L’autre
  • Chichi Bunichi    3:59    Deleon    Casata
  • Ze Ra’ayon Tov    5:01    The Apples    Mitz

Back Alley Pork Roost Playlist for October 15, 2011

Poor Boy’s Delight – Infamous Stringdusters
Give me some Grace – A man called bruce
Pike Country Breakdown – Flatts and Scruggs
Oh Cumberland – Matraca Berg
While we were marching through Georgia – Tennessee Ernie Ford
Road to Spencer – Ricky Skaggs
Blue Yodel 1 – Jimmie Rodgers
31 Depression Blues – Ed Sturgill
Will the Circle Be Unbroken – Apostles of Bluegrass
Poche-Town – Cleoma Breaux and Joe Falcon
Night Ridin – Country Gentlemen
Bully of the Town – Gordon Tanner
Long Black Veil – Seldom Scene
Sitting On Top of the World – Nashville Bluegrass Band
Gumtree Canoe – John Hartford

Let’s Talk Business! at 12 noon this Saturday with Laurie Bassi & Jill Konrath

Join Mitch Schlimer here on WREK 91.1 FM tomorrow from noon to 1 PM for ”Let’s Talk Business” where his featured guests are Dr. Laurie Bassi, author of Good Company: Business Success In The Worthiness Era, and then Jill Konrath, author of Snap Selling: Speed Up Sales And Win More Business With Today’s Frazzled Customers.

Playlist for Lost in the Stacks for Friday, October 14th (“Library Conferences”)

Clip from Full Metal Jacket

Intro: “Friction” by Television

“No One Will Be A Stranger” by Dax Riggs

File this set under F2169:
“Together” by The Raconteurs
“Stranger” by The Presidents of the United States of America

Interview with Stella Richardson & Karen Glover (Georgia Tech librarians)

File this set under G163:
“Flight Attendant” by Josh Rouse
“Have Love Will Travel” by The Black Keys (live from Bluecats in Knoxville, 2005)

Interview with Jon Bodnar (Emory librarian)

File this set under P302.7 :
“Start Together” by Sleater-Kinney
“How’s About Telling A Story” by Devendra Banhart
“You Can All Join In” by Traffic

Outro: “Dancing Together” by David Byrne & Fatboy Slim

Stay tuned for the next Lost in the Stacks show: “Open Source Part II” on October 21st!