Archive for January, 2017

Friday Night Fish Fry 1/27/17

  • The Black Keys – Set You Free
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  • Buddy Guy – Best Damn Fool
  • Joe Bonamassa – Burning Hell
  • Joe Louis Walker – Hellfire
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  • Magic Slim – Sky Is Crying
  • Jeff Healey – I’m Torn Down
  • Gary Clark Jr. – Don’t Owe You A Thang
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  • Pinetop Perkins – So Many Days
  • Julie Black – Devil’s Child
  • Eden Brent – Blues All Over
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  • R.L. Burnside – Shake Em On Down
  • Sugaray Rayford – Stuck For A Buck
  • Memphis Slim – You Name It
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  • Beverly Guitar Watkins – Get On The Floor
  • Eddie Tigner – Route 66
  • Buddy Moss – Red River
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  • The Breeze Kings – Mercury Blues
  • Sean Costello – Talk To Your Daughter
  • Motor City Josh And The Big Three – No Fish
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  • Junior Kimbrough – Leaving In The Morning
  • L.A. Blues Alliance – T.V. Mama
  • Steady Rollin’ Bob Margolin – Boston Driving Blues
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  • Albert King & Stevie Ray Vaughan – Call It Stormy Mondy

Playlist for Lost in the Stacks from Friday, January 27th (“Fake News”) Episode 331

Hear the show at

Clip from Citizen Kane
Intro: “Friction” by Television

“E-Pro” by Beck

Interview with Karen Viars (Georgia Tech Library)

File this set under PN4815 .M45:
“I Lie” by Naked Raygun
“Treat Me Like Your Mother” by the Dead Weather

Continued interview with Karen Viars (Georgia Tech Library)

File this set under LC6571 .C35:
“Truey Bluey” by the Garrys
“Skull and Crossbones” by Sparkle Moore
“Bummer Time” by Be Your Own Pet

Continued interview with Karen Viars (Georgia Tech Library)

File this set under HM1221 .N47:
“I Think I’ve Had It” by the Gories
“Clampdown” by the Clash

Credits: “Peaches” by POTSUSA

“I Put a Spell on You” by Screamin’ Jay Hawkins

Stay tuned for the next Lost in the Stacks, “The Protest Show” on Friday, February 3rd!

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Full Album Appreciation 1/26/17

This Morning’s Album:

Jill Scott – Who is Jill Scott, Words and Sounds Vol. 1

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Jill Scott is the most beautifully sensual vocal artist I personally have ever heard. I’ve been in love with this album for about three years now so I really just couldn’t resist sharing it with you. It’s R&B which most of us at WREK aren’t very used to but I think a little change is good every once and a while.

This album tells a few stories but my favorite bit is a series of songs in which she gets caught up in a negative relationship, and details the initial dating, how she got caught, and how she got out of it along with her return to independent thought.

Really if you want to learn more about Jill Scott you should listen to her music and she’ll tell you all you need to know but I’ll write a bit here just in case. ‘Who Is Jill Scott’ was her debut album and I’m not the only one who thought it was just incredible. After its release in 2000, it achieved double-platinum status and earned her NAACP Image Awards, trophies from both Billboard and Soul Train, as well as Black Girls Rock, and got her nominated for four grammies. She also acts a bit and is still coming out with sweet sweet sounds. Her latest album, Woman, was released July 2015 and I’ll be damned if she won’t be hitting us with another in the future.

Hope y’all enjoyed!


Crush #4 – U.K. + Ireland

My Bloody Valentine – I Only Said
The Charlottes – Beautify
The Horrors – Scarlet Fields
Ride – Here & Now
Darling Buds – Gently Fall
Secret Shine – Toward the Sky
Kitchens of Distinction – Thought He Had Everything
Televise – Smile
Sun Dial – Easy For You
Swervedriver – Rave Down
Slowdive – Blue Skied An’ Clear

Decompositions 1/25/17 Moreau

Terry Riley – In C

Eno/Moebius/Roedelius – Luftschloß

John Tavener – The Whale

Karel Goeyvaerts – Sonata for Two Pianos (Nummer 1)

Julia Kent – Heavy Eyes

Julius Eastman – The Holy Presence of Joan D’Arc