Two Dollar Guitar “Cascade” from Train Songs (Oil City Recordings / Smells Like Records 1997) —background music for the first half of today's showBuy it!
R.E.M. “Disturbance At The Heron House” from Document (I.R.S. 1999)Buy it!
Shearwater “Red Sea, Black Sea” from Palo Santo (Matador 2007)Buy it!
Django Reinhardt “Tears” from Swing De Paris (Membran) —recorded in 1947 with Stephane GrappelliBuy it!
Wil Forbis and the Gentlemen Scoundrels “I'll Have The Blues Until I Die” from A Quarter Past Four (Rankoutsider Records 2012) N Buy it!
Silkworm “Young (featuring Kelly Hogan)” from Italian Platinum (Touch And Go 2002) —Kelly Hogan will be playing Twangfest at the Duck Room on Thursday, June 7Buy it!
Wussy “Pizza King” from Strawberry (Shake It 2011) —also playing Twangfest on June 7Buy it!
Torche “Letting Go” from Harmonicraft (Volcom 2012) N —playing at the Firebird on June 18Buy it!
Sparklehorse “Hammering The Cramps” from (45) (Slow River 1995)Buy it!
Boxcar Satan + Ghostwriter “Serve Somebody” from Hobo Nouveau (End Of The West 2007) —covering Bob DylanBuy it!
House Of Wolves “Waves” from Fold In The Wind (Bleek Records 2010) —playing this Friday, May 25 at Pop's Blue Moon with Natureboy, Little Napoleons and Town CarsBuy it!
Sinead O'Connor “Very Far From Home” from How About I Be Me (And You Be You)? (One Little Indian www.onelittleindian.co.uk 2012) N Buy it!
Al Scorch “Lonesome Low” from On The Straight And Low (45) (Orange Twin Records 2010) —playing this Thursday, May 24 at The Gramophone with Miss JubileeBuy it!
Bad Livers “Uncle Lucius” from Delusions Of Banjer (Quarterstick 1992) —Danny Barnes and Wayne Gottstine of Split Lip Rayfield will be at Off Broadway on Tuesday, June 12Buy it!
Woody Guthrie “Hen Cackle” from Muleskinner Blues (Smithsonian Folkways 1997) —Woody Guthrie on fiddle with Cisco HoustonBuy it!
The Memphis Jug Band “K.C. Moan” from Anthology Of American Folk Music Volume 3 (Smithsonian Folkways 1997)Buy it!
Weather Duo “North” from From Field To Platter (self-released 2011) —background music for the second half of today's showBuy it!
Middle Class Fashion “Fun Whoa” from Girl Talk (Blip Blap! 2012) N LBuy it!
The Rats & People “Sorry To Miss The Affair” from The City Of Passersby (self-released 2007) L —Little Napoleons, featuring Matt Pace and Brien Seyle of The Rats & People, will be playing at Pop's Blue Moon this Friday, May 25Buy it!
Navigator “Unemployment” from Bad Case of the Visions (self-released 2011) LBuy it!
John Zorn “Punk Rock Hero” from Filmworks Anthology (Tzadik 2005)Buy it!
Bobby Conn & The Glass Gypsies “Home Sweet Home” from The Homeland (Thrill Jockey www.thrilljockey.com 2004) —Bobby Conn will be playing at 2720 Cherokee this Thursday, May 24 with Googolplexia and Skarekrau RadioBuy it!
Buddhadev DasGupta “Ahir Bhairav” from The Raga Guide (Nimbus 1999)Buy it!
The Marquis de Tren and Bonny Billy “2/15” from Get On Jolly (Palace Records 2000) —Mick Turner and Will Oldham covering the poetry of Rabindranath Tagore (from the collection 'Gitanjali')Buy it!
Carl Sandburg “I Wish I Was A Little Bird” from The Great Carl Sandburg (Lyrichord)Buy it!
Carl Sandburg “I'm Sad And I'm Lonely” from The Great Carl Sandburg (Lyrichord)Buy it!
Samba Toure “Khadagole” from Crocodile Blues (Riverboat Records / World Music Network 2011)Buy it!
Seluah “Hell And Back” from Red Parole (Karate Body 2012) N Buy it!
Al Scorch “Board Up The Windows” from Tired Ghostly Town (Plan-It-X South 2012) N Buy it!
William Parker Violin Trio “Dust On A White Shirt” from Scrapbook (Thirsty Ear (The Blue Series) 2003) —with Billy Bang and Hamid DrakeBuy it!
The Naked Future “We Sleep In A Rabbit Hole” from Gigantomachia (ESP-Disk 2009) —two members of this band will be playing this Wednesday, May 23 - Arrington de Dionyso & Thollem McDonas with Eric Hall, 6PM at Laumeier Sculpture Park --- also Arrington de Dionyso/Thollem McDonas duo at Floating Laboratories at 9PMBuy it!
Vanna Inget “Hemvagen” from Allvar (Instigate 2011)Buy it!
Wild Flag “Short Version” from Wild Flag (Merge www.mergerecords.com 2011)Buy it!
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