Monkey Mind – 01/31/2011

This week’s melange of worldwide smash hits. Eugene McDaniels is particularly worth reading about for the delicious story of Spiro Agnew calling Atlantic Records after Headless Heroes of the Apocalypse was released and telling them they’d better not release any more records by that guy. Who cares if it’s true; it’s a great fucking story. Enjoy.

Time Song Artist Album
3pm Charles A. Lee: In Memoriam John Fahey The Yellow Princess
  Fish Pond Doug Cox and Salil Bhatt with Ramkumar Mishra Slide to Freedom
  Stereo Kiss Replicant Rumba Rockers A Rather Interesting Mix
  House That Jack Built Davell Crawford Ain't No Funk Like N.O. Funk
  Headless Heroes/Susan Jane Eugene McDaniels Headless Heroes of the Apocalypse
  Lazy Lessons Organos The Limbs EP
  Henry Lane Steamhammer Mountains
  Half Moon Janis Joplin Pearl
  What Kinda Girl Roseanne Cash Seven Year Ache
  Starry Eyes The Records Poptopia! Power Pop Classics of the 70s
  I Want To Live (So God Can Use Me) Brother Willie Eason and his Gospel Guitar Fire in My Bones: Raw & Rare & Other-Worldly African-American Gospel 1944-2007
  The Thirteens (Black)/The Thirteens (White) Maya Angelou Black Pearls: The Poetry of Maya Angelou
  The Bird/Tribute (Quasimodo)/Embraceable You (attacca) Sheila Jordan & Cameron Brown I've Grown Accustomed to the Bass
4pm Image of a Single Thought Peter Jefferies A Chorus of Interludes
  West Side Story Pere Ubu Song of the Bailing Man
  Square Dunce the History of Unheard Music Drop It
  I Just Left Myself Terry Allen Lubbock (On Everything)
  Cobra Tattoo Mountain Goats Get Lonely
  You Don't Pull No Punches, But You Don't Push The River Van Morrison Veedon Fleece
  Alone Together Billie Poole w/the Junior Mance Trio Confessin' the Blues!
  You Better Believe It Rhythm Makers Soul On Your Side
  Something's Wrong With This Picture Galactic Ain't No Funk Like N.O. Funk
  Nora Neoton Well Hung: 20 Funk-Rock Eruptions From Beneath Communist Hungary
  It's Growing Bobby Taylor and the Vancouvers
  Knife and Fork Dubwise King Tubby and the Roots Radics Dangerous Dub
  Bulbs Van Morrison Veedon Fleece

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