Monkey Mind – 08/31/2009

Time Song Artist Album
3pm Dropped Another Needle Eugene Chadbourne/Jimmy Carl Black Locked in a Dutch Coffeeshop
  What am I Worth George Jones Sings his Greatest Hits
  Take My Word Bobby Fuller Four
  Do It '77 Twink and the Fairies All The Young Dudes
  Absolutely Sweet Marie Jason and the Scorchers Fervor
  Watch Me Fall (Demo) Uncle Tupelo Still Feel Gone
  Fresh Garbage Eugene Chadbourne/Jimmy Carl Black Locked in a Dutch Coffeeshop
  Not Much of a Dog Yoon Sun Choi & Jacob Sacks Imagination: The Music of Joe Raposo
  Ghosts Bird Names Wooden Lake/Sexual Diner
  Rounder Pere Ubu The Art of Walking
  No Sympathy Peter Tosh Legalize It
  Because They Envy Us Wanda Robinson The Soul-Jazz Poetry of Wanda Robinson
  Mentumi Osibisa Heads
  Mura Sise Orlando Julius & His Afro Sounders Afro Baby - The Evolution Of The Afro-Sound In Nigeria 1970-1979
  Spiritual Sweet Honey in the Rock Still On the Journey
  Chocolate Drop Howling Wolf Rides Again
  I'm Sorry She's Mine Small Faces The Anthology: 1965-67
  Way Back in the 1960s Incredible String Band The 5000 Spirits or The Layers of the Onion
  Hearts on My Sleeve Ducks Deluxe Ducks Deluxe
  Walking Down Their Outlook High Tide Sea Shanties
  Underneath the Bottle Lou Reed The Blue Mask
  Gauge Rodan Rusty
  il tagliacode Andrea Sartori il tagliacode
  I'm That Type of Nigga Pharcyde Bizarre Ride II the Pharcyde
  Dizzy Y Society Travel at Your Own Pace
  70s Blues Betty Davis They Say I'm Different
  Thoughs Were the Days LaVice & Company Good God! A Gospel Funk Hymnal

Amendment to INCORRECT FWNR-X Playlist Date “8/28/09″

Hi, folk. Please excuse my error in posting Play-list date “8/28/09″ for a recent show of FreeWorldNetworkRadio-X.
The actual date of that play-list’s run is 8/27/09. Thank you for listening.

-B. Mack

Congo Square – 08/28/2009

Episode 4

Congo Square was the only place in America where African slaves were allowed to market goods, socialize, and participate in drumming, music making, and dance in the 1700s-1800s, establishing the roots of American music. Although the historic use of the site predates jazz, it is significant because of the role the square played in New Orleans’ musical heritage and as a symbol of the early African-American contributions to the origins of jazz and other musical forms. Hi, I’m Jeff Duperon your host for a three hour journey of musical delights showcasing the music of New Orleans and the surrounding Region. Welcome…to Congo Square on listener-supported…TaintRadio.

Time Song Artist Album
Midnight My Only Good Thing Kenny Neal Walking On Fire
  The Verdict Johnny Adams The Verdict
  Don't Boogie With Your Black Drawers Off Chuck Carbo The Barber's Blues
  Risk Christian Scott Christian Scott
  Creeping Humphrey Davis, Jr. A Little Jazz! A Little Blues! Alittle Blues! A Little Jazz!
  Be Good Or Be Gone Buckwheat Zydeco Where There's Smoke There's Fire
  My Baby Monica Dillon All I Have Is A Moment
  For Wayne Courtney Bryan Quest For Freedom
  You Already Home Abram Wilson Ride! Ferris Wheel to the Modern Day Delta
  All Nights, All Right The Neville Brothers The Neville Brothers
1am To Brownie Ed Blackwell & AJQ-2 Boogie Live...1958
  NOLA Jesse Davis First Insight
  Flow With The Go Teddy Royal Morning Groove
  Anything Anytime Jumpin' Johnny Sansone Crescent City Moon
  Honey Chile Mighty Sam McClain Soul Survivor
  The Game Has Just Begun Henry Butler The Game Has Just Begun
  Petite Fleur Sidney Bechet Greatest Hits
  Doin' (Y)Our Thing Wynton Marsalis From The Plantation to the Penitentiary
  Cissy Strut Dirty Dozen Brass Band Medicated Magic
2am What A Friend Melvin Lastie That Old Time Religion
  Amazing Grace Davell Crawford Crescent City Cooking
  Basin Street Preservation Hall Jazz Band Now Playing
  Use Me Aaron Neville The Tattooed Heart
  Slap Happy Roland Guerin The Winds of the New Land
  Barefootin' Lillian Boutte The Jazz Book
  Salty Dogs Alvin Batiste Marsalis Music Honors Alvin Batiste
  West End Blues Louis Armstrong The Essential Louis Armstrong
  Creole Groove Los Hombres Caliente Vol. 4: Vodou Dance

Songs on Toast – 08/30/2009

Whiskey Whiskey
Songs on Toast 59

Time Song Artist Album
noon Whiskey Soda Bembeya Jazz National Hommage a Demba Camara
  Tobacco & Rum Rodolfo Y Su Tipica Cumbia Cumbia
  Knockin' Over Whiskeys Hayes Carll Trouble In Mind
  The Bottle Gil Scott-Heron Winter in America
  Spirit Rum Blind Blake Goombay Rock
  The Dozens Melvin Van Peebles Brer Soul
  I Couldn't Get High The Fugs First Album
  Strawberry Wine The Band Stage Fright
  Smashed Larry John McNally Buddy Holly
  Down Among the Wines & Spirit Elvis Costello Secret, Profane and Sugarcane
  Drunk Again Paul Butterfield Blues Band In My Own Dreams
  Spill the Wine War Best of..
  Hong Kong Bar Tim Buckley Greetings from L.A.
  Whiskey Willie Michael Hurley Long Journey
  Beer Bottle Mama Andy Reyolds & 101 Ranch Boys Hillbilly Boogie
  Good Gin Blues Bukka White The Complete Bukka White
1pm Jockey Full of Bourbon Tom Waits Rain Dogs
  Hey Bartender Floyd Dixon & His Band Blues Masters Vol. 14: More Jump Blues
  Wine-O-Baby Boogie Big Joe Turner Big, Bad & Blue
  Drinking & Driving Watermelon Slim The Wheel Man
  Still Drunk, Still Crazy, Still Blue Scott H. Biram Something's Wrong
  Pointless Drinking Amy LaVere Anchors & Anvils
  Drinkin' Thing Gary Stewart Drinkin' Thing
  Quiet Whiskey Wynonie Harris Lovin' Machine
  Abercrombie Had A Zombie Fats Waller The Last Years
  Fine Like Wine The Five Scamps The Roots of Doo Wap
  Lost Highway Hank Williams Greatest Hits vol 2
  Oysters & Wine at 2am Polk Miller & His Old South Quartette From Minstrel To Mojo
  If the River Was Whiskey Charlie Poole White Country Blues
  Rum Cola Papa Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee 1946-1947
  White Winos Loudon Wainright III Last Man on Earth
  Don't Mix Your Drinks Elbow Any Day Now
  Drinking All My Troubles Away Paul Howard & His Cotton Pickers Hillbilly Boogie
  Pink Champaign Joe Liggins Specialty Records Greatest Hits

Coalfired Origami Squid – 08/30/2009

Broadcasting live from inside Roosevelt’s left nostril at Mount Rushmore… it’s Coalfired Origami Squid # 22

Original Broadcast – Wednesday, 26th August, 2009 – 7:00 – 9:00pm
Repeat – Sunday, 30th August, 2009 – 10:00am – 12:00pm

Time Song Artist Album
10am The Hard Blues Julius Hemphill Reflections
  Sanya Kohachiro Miyata Shakuachi: The Japanese Flute
  Waskowetotetan Blackstone Back in the Day
  Roger de Swann intro & Goodbye Pop Christopher Guest National Lampoon: Goodbye Pop
  Mel Brewer Show Christopher Guest & Bill Murray National Lampoon: Goodbye Pop
  Too Much Matlock Kenny MacKenzie Trio There You Are
  Mercury Grid David Torn Cloud About Mercury
  Christian Garrick Half a Middle Sccop Firewire
11am Going to Church Maneri Ensemble Going to Church
  Legs Massacre-Frith, Lawell, Maher Killing Time
  Iridori Kodo Best of Kodo
  Brainless Hedningarna Fire
  Straight Talk About the Blues Martin Mull Martin Mull and His Fabulous Furniture in Your Living Room
  The Ukelele Blues Marin Mull Martin Mull and His Fabulous Furniture in Your Living Room
  Greenland Christian Garrick Firewire
  The Rigs o' Rye Tannahill Weavers Leaving St. Kildd
  Mesostics 1-5 John Cage 62 Mesostics RE Merce Cunningham
  Lightning The Blue Humans Clear to Higher Time

Congo Square – 08/30/2009

Episode 4

Congo Square was the only place in America where African slaves were allowed to market goods, socialize, and participate in drumming, music making, and dance in the 1700s-1800s, establishing the roots of American music. Although the historic use of the site predates jazz, it is significant because of the role the square played in New Orleans’ musical heritage and as a symbol of the early African-American contributions to the origins of jazz and other musical forms. Hi, I’m Jeff Duperon your host for a three hour journey of musical delights showcasing the music of New Orleans and the surrounding Region. Welcome…to Congo Square on listener-supported…TaintRadio.

Time Song Artist Album
3am My Only Good Thing Kenny Neal Walking On Fire
  The Verdict Johnny Adams The Verdict
  Don't Boogie With Your Black Drawers Off Chuck Carbo The Barber's Blues
  Risk Christian Scott Christian Scott
  Creeping Humphrey Davis, Jr. A Little Jazz! A Little Blues! Alittle Blues! A Little Jazz!
  Be Good Or Be Gone Buckwheat Zydeco Where There's Smoke There's Fire
  My Baby Monica Dillon All I Have Is A Moment
  For Wayne Courtney Bryan Quest For Freedom
  You Already Home Abram Wilson Ride! Ferris Wheel to the Modern Day Delta
  All Nights, All Right The Neville Brothers The Neville Brothers
4am To Brownie Ed Blackwell & AJQ-2 Boogie Live...1958
  NOLA Jesse Davis First Insight
  Flow With The Go Teddy Royal Morning Groove
  Anything Anytime Jumpin' Johnny Sansone Crescent City Moon
  Honey Chile Mighty Sam McClain Soul Survivor
  The Game Has Just Begun Henry Butler The Game Has Just Begun
  Petite Fleur Sidney Bechet Greatest Hits
  Doin' (Y)Our Thing Wynton Marsalis From The Plantation to the Penitentiary
  Cissy Strut Dirty Dozen Brass Band Medicated Magic
5am What A Friend Melvin Lastie That Old Time Religion
  Amazing Grace Davell Crawford Crescent City Cooking
  Basin Street Preservation Hall Jazz Band Now Playing
  Use Me Aaron Neville The Tattooed Heart
  Slap Happy Roland Guerin The Winds of the New Land
  Barefootin' Lillian Boutte The Jazz Book
  Salty Dogs Alvin Batiste Marsalis Music Honors Alvin Batiste
  West End Blues Louis Armstrong The Essential Louis Armstrong
  Creole Groove Los Hombres Caliente Vol. 4: Vodou Dance

Updoc 56: Word: 8/28/09

Opening theme: Art Ensemble of the Chicago: Nice Guys [title tune] (ECM)

1.    Lord Buckley: The Nazz; So You Thought Hip Was New/Feb 12th 1959 The Ivar Concert (Bgmrecordings/CD Baby)
2.    Philly Joe Jones: Blues for Dracula [title tune] (RiversideFantasy)
3.    Lenny Bruce: The Palladium; The Lenny Bruce Originals Vol. 2 (Fantasy}
4.    Lord Buckley: God’s Own Drunk; So You Thought Hip Was New/Feb 12th 1959 The Ivar Concert (Bgmrecordings/CD Baby)
5.    Morton Feldman/Samuel Beckett/Ensemble Recherche: Words and Music; Morton Feldman 2 (Disques Montaigne)
6.    Lenny Bruce: Father Flotski’s Triumph; The Lenny Bruce Originals Vol. 1 (Fantasy}
7.    Allen Ginsberg/The Gluons: Birdbrain; Sue Your Parents/Birdbrain (Alekos)
8.    Antony and the Johnsons: Another World; The Crying Light (Secretly Canadian)

Out theme: Art Ensemble of Chicago: Strawberry Mango; Coming Home Jamaica (WEA/Atlantic)

House of Mercy – 08/29/2009

In Session (live from HOM/taintradio London studio): Phil Lee & Friends
Record of the week: Nanci Griffith, ‘The Loving Kind”
Intro – Into the Red – Tammy Rogers

Time Song Artist Album
8pm Cotton Nanci Griffith
  Cotton Sam Baker
  Stranger Drew Nelson
  Tequilla After Midnight Nanci
  Whishkey Willi Charlie Sizemore
  The National Side Romantica
  Greener Pastures Kieren Kane
  Get Right The Mystix
  Lost Hot Day at the Zoo
  Maggie's Farm Boulder Acoustic Society
  Stay All Night The Stairwell Sisters
  Damn Me Otis Gibbs
  Heard It on the Grapevine Guy Tortora
  Hungover Breakdown Hayseed Dixie
9pm In Session (live) Phil Lee
  Birmingham Steel Steve James
10pm Panama Red Peter Rowan
  Joe's Gone Riding Patricia Vonne
  Over The Border The Brandos
  Caballo Diablo Charlie Daniels
  Time to Grow The Lovell Sisters
  Beautiful Thing Anne McCue
  The Loving Kind Nanci Griffith
  Nightmare/Summertime John Fahey
  Methadone Outlaw Social
  Goodbye Trouble The Crooked Jades

Coalfired Origami Squid – 08/02/2009

Broadcasting live from inside Roosevelt’s left nostril at Mount Rushmore… it’s Coalfired Origami Squid # 22

Original Broadcast – Wednesday, 26th August, 2009 – 7:00 – 9:00pm
Repeat – Sunday, 30th August, 2009 – 10:00am – 12:00pm

Time Song Artist Album
7pm The Hard Blues Julius Hemphill Reflections
  Sanya Kohachiro Miyata Shakuachi: The Japanese Flute
  Waskowetotetan Blackstone Back in the Day
  Roger de Swann intro & Goodbye Pop Christopher Guest National Lampoon: Goodbye Pop
  Mel Brewer Show Christopher Guest & Bill Murray National Lampoon: Goodbye Pop
  Too Much Matlock Kenny MacKenzie Trio There You Are
  Mercury Grid David Torn Cloud About Mercury
  Christian Garrick Half a Middle Sccop Firewire
8pm Going to Church Maneri Ensemble Going to Church
  Legs Massacre-Frith, Lawell, Maher Killing Time
  Iridori Kodo Best of Kodo
  Brainless Hedningarna Fire
  Straight Talk About the Blues Martin Mull Martin Mull and His Fabulous Furniture in Your Living Room
  The Ukelele Blues Marin Mull Martin Mull and His Fabulous Furniture in Your Living Room
  Greenland Christian Garrick Firewire
  The Rigs o' Rye Tannahill Weavers Leaving St. Kildd
  Mesostics 1-5 John Cage 62 Mesostics RE Merce Cunningham
  Lightning The Blue Humans Clear to Higher Time

FreeWorldNetworkRadio-X – 08/28/2009

Please note: All dates listed are the dates play-list first ran – in case you were wondering.

Time Song Artist Album
noon We're Together Chuck Mangione feat. Ester Sattersfield Chuck Mangione Concert (Land Of Make Believe)
  We Must M. Nahadr Eclectic Is M
  Celestial Terrestrial Mahavishnu Orchestra Birds Of Fire
  Six For Rashied Sangeeta Michael Berardi Earthship
  We Get BrazzTree Quest
  Jungle Fever Louie Vega Elements Of Life
  Mother Civil Rite Corporate Dick
  Madafan Abdulah Kershi & Ahmed Sheri Somalia
  Collard Nioka Workman Traces
  Schadenfreude Parkway Monkey Works Wailing Without A Harpoon
  Detail Morgan Craft Adagio
  Doom Blap Ross Brown Project Frank Freed Fred: The Aliens Are Getting Angry
  Implications Eric Person Arrival
5pm Conquest Vision Quest Verbal Sights
  Alchoholic Fishbone Chim Chim's Badass Revenge
  Summer Night In Spanish Harlem Louie Vega Elements Of Life
  Heading Home Michael Hill's Blues Mob Bloodlines
  Recalling An Escape Tricky Dilemma John P. Parker: Viewed From 9 Dimensions
  Diamond in Your Mind Solomon Burke Don't Give Up On Me
  Get Yourself Up Maya Azucena Maya Who?!
  Willy's Headache Cymande Renegades Of Funk
  Gris-Gris Gumbo Ya Ya Dr. John the Night Tripper Gris-Gris
  White Bikini Graham Haynes & No Image What Time It Be
  Shea's Groove DJ Logic DJ Logic Presents Project Logic
  Mystery Mastery Blast Murray & Afrofractal Afrofractal
  18 Odds Tu Tu Gege I'm Tutu
  Move Your Body Dayton Flic Taking You Back to The Music Suite
  Harmonic Oscillator Matthew Shipp Symbol Systems