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Year-End Mixtape Wed Dec 28 2016

Moving through about 3 different genres this week: country, jazz, and electronic.

Carolyn Mark – All Time Low
Damien Jurado – Radioactivity
Pierre Cavalli – Un soir chez Norris
Alice Russell – For Once in my Life
Betty Carter – Thou Swell
Lambert, Hendricks & Ross – Happy Anatomy
Sean Nicolas Savage – Propaganda
Y La Bamba – Ojos Del Sol
Papooz – Ann Wants to Dance
William Onyeabor – Do You Want a Man (remix)
Portugal – Noise Pollution
Lack of Afro – Touch my Soul
Jessy Lanza – I Talk Bb
Infinite Bisous – The Past Tense
Zammuto – Yay

Here’s the file.

Christmas Special

Holiday music mixtape of music you probably dont know the words to. Approximately 1 hour.

Kate Bush – Home for Christmas
She & Him – The Christmas Waltz
Zee Avi – No Christmas for Me
Rogue Wave – Christmas
Ernie Halter – Christmas in Jail
Lauren Daigle – What Child is This
Sharon Jones – Big Bulbs
Sharon Jones – 8 Days of Hannukah
James Brown – Santa Claus Go Straight to the Ghetto
James Brown – Go Power at Christmas Time
James Brown – Let’s Make This Christmas Mean Something
Money Mark – Stuck at the Airport
Jona Lewie – Stop the Calvary
Gene Autry – Cowboy Santa Claus
NQ Arbuckle – Christmas in Hell
Ween – Your Party
The Lonely Wild – Holidays
Hotel Books – Christmas Eve Until I Leave

Here’s the file online for streaming or saving.
Here’s where you can subscribe to the podcast.

Non-stop curated mixtape 1/2 hour

Originally broadcast on November 30th 2016, I had to create a  new recording because the stream went down at the radio station. It’s really bright stuff with intentional sounds and careful song placement. Just could not let it go to waste, echoing off into the depth of space forever.   Here’s the tracklist for this half-hour of music:

Emahoy Tsegue-Maryam Guebrou – The Homeless Wanderer
Cobby & Porky – Black Pudding
Monster Rally – Full Sail
Gantez – Lazy Grey
Summer Salt – Manastra
Summer Salt – Summer Salt
Deerhoof – Risk Free
Brassstronaut – Hawk
D.D. Dumbo – Walrus
A Tribe Called Quest – Enough!!

Here’s the track online.
Here’s where you can subscribe to the podcast.

December 14th 2016

Owiny Sigoma Band – Too Hot
Flaming Lips – Do You Realize?
Tame Impala – I’m a Man
Top Men – Hypersleep
Mother Mother – Monkey Tree
Blue Moon Marquee – Double Barrel Blues
Blue Moon Marquee – Gypsy Blues
David P. Smith – Walkin’ Talkin’ Blues
David P. Smith – Whiskey You Are Not My Brother
Father John Misty – Funtimes in Babylon
Father John Misty – This is Sally Hatchet
The Pesky Alders – St. James Infirmary

Here’s where it lives.
Here’s where you can subscribe to the podcast.

Cohen, Blockchain, Tribe, Trews

There have been some monumental happenings this past week, and The Sweet and Sour Variety Hour is attempting to cover all the bases.  We begin with some words spoken by Leonard Cohen in one of his final public interviews, set to the final song on his final album. Then our minds and hearts are wrenched by the reworkings of German pianist, Lambert which continues behind a TED talk given by Bettina Warburg, a Blockchain Expert and Co-Founder of the laboratory Animal Ventures. She explains what the heck the Blockchain is, and how it is going to radically change global economy. Music, music, music for a while, capping off with a track from A Tribe Called Quest’s newly released album (after 17 years!) entitled “We Got it from Here”.  Next is Russell Brand with an utterly jokeless and absolutely spot-on take on the American election results. Finalizing the program, set to J Dilla, is a little encouragement from me.

Leonard Cohen – String Reprise
Moderat – Bad Kingdom, Lambert Rework
Jacob Groening – Lambert’s Bad Kingdom
TED Talk- What is the Blockchain? By Bettina Warburg
St. Vincent – Laughing with a Mouth of Blood
Dan Deacon – When I was Done Dying
Dur- Dur Band – Halelo
Nobody – Wake up and Smell the Millenium
A Tribe Called Quest – Movin Backwards
The Trews – Russell Brand comments on US election results
Ashta & J Dilla

I’m quite happy with how this week’s production came together.

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