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Spinitron - KDHX: Mystery Train Mon Oct 17th 2011

Mystery Train (Music)

Mon Oct 17th 2011 10.00am–12.00pm

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links

Time zone: central

10:03am

Pauline Oliveros “Six For New Time (excerpts)”
from Pauline Oliveros & Reynols - The Minexcio Connection (Roaratorio 2003) —mashed up with the background music...

10:06am

Madagascar “Our First Communist Psychic Researcher”
from Forced March (Western Vinyl 2005) —background music for the 8th Annual Mystery Train Festival Of Accordions

10:13am

Tony Allen “Busy Body”
from Secret Agent CD Album (World Circuit 2009) —from Nigeria, vocal by Kefee Obareki and accordion by Fixi

10:18am

Lac La Belle “Grandfather's Clock”
from Lac La Belle (self-released 2009) —a band from Detroit with Jennie Knaggs on accordion

10:21am

Rusty Nail “Brave New World”
from Boozers, Bastards, and Bards (self-released 2011) N L —a band from Saint Louis with Chad Ross on accordion

10:24am

Gringo Star “Arms Stretched Out”
from (45) (Solutionist 2008) —playing at The Firebird on November 9

10:31am

Howe Gelb “The Hangin' Judge”
from Alegrias (Fire Records 2011) N

10:33am

Calexico “Mazurka”
from Spoke (Quarterstick 1997) —from their first record, with Burns and Convertino on accordions

10:35am

Juan Gaytan & Felix Solis “Francisco Martinez”
from The Roots Of The Narcocorrdio (Arhoolie 2004) —recorded in the late 1940s, Mexico

10:38am

Tom Russell “And God Created Border Towns”
from Mesabi (Shout Factory www.shoutfactory.com 2011) N  —"Narcocorridos on Radio Canyon" - Joel Guzman on accordion

10:40am

Ry Cooder “El Corrdio De Jesse James”
from Pull Up Some Dust and Sit Down (Nonesuch 2011) N  —another suggestion for what to do with Wall Street - Flaco Jimenez on accordion

10:48am

Anibal VelasQuez y Su Conjunto “Cumbia Bogotana”
from Mambo Loco (Analog Africa 2010) —from 1970s Colombia

10:52am

Sam Mellon And The Skylarks “Touching Down On Someone Else's Dime”
from Listen To The Birds Sing You The Truth (Rankoutsider Records 2011) N  —a band from California with Julie Wolfe on accordion

10:54am

Julieta Venegas “Casa Abandonada”
from Bueninvento (BMG 2000)

10:58am

Noor Jehan “I Am Very Sorry”
from This LP Crashes Hard Drives (Finders Keepers 2009)

11:01am

Madagascar “Bear Goes Shopping”
from Forced March (Western Vinyl 2005) —background music for the second half of the show

11:05am

Enormous Richard “All The Greatest Matadors Were Fascists”
from Why It's Enormous Richard's Almanac CD Album (Skuntry 1990) L —title taken from George Orwell - Chris Bess on accordion

11:13am

Motion Trio “Pageant”
from Pictures From The Street (Asphalt Tango www.asphalt-tango.de 2004) —Polish accordion band from Krakow

11:20am

Slavic Soul Party “Teknochek Collision” (Barbes 2007)

11:25am

Paleface “You Will Get What You Want”
from One Big Party (Ramseur www.ramseurrecords.com 2010)

11:28am

Harry Nilsson “Gotta Get Up”
from Nilsson Schmilsson CD Album (RCA 1971) —a Harry Nilsson tribute show will take place on November 26 at Off Broadway

11:32am

Korpiklaani “Vakirauta”
from Tales Along This Road (Napalm 2006) —Finnish metal - with accordion

11:36am

The Ex “Courtyard”
from Joggers & Smoggers (Fist Puppet 1989)

11:38am

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds “Black Hair”
from The Boatman's Call (EMI 1995) —Warren Ellis on accordion

11:43am

Pistolera “Cazador”
from Siempre Hay Salida (self-released 2006) —Ani Cordero on drums and Maria Elena on accordion

11:46am

Philip D'Agostino “Red Flags”
from Music From A Sinking Ship (self-released 2009) —Nick Guzman on accordion

11:50am

Ben Nichols “Davy Brown”
from The Last Pale Light In The West (Liberty & Lament 2008) —solo album from Lucero frontman - Rick Steff on accordion

11:53am

Karen Elson “Stolen Roses”
from Single Releases 2010 (Third Man Records 2011) —Rachelle Garniez on accordion

11:56am

Tom Waits “Cold Cold Ground”
from Franks Wild Years (Island 1987) —David Hidalgo on accordion


Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.