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Music For Listeners 01/25/2020
The 180 - Guest Programmers on MFL
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Music For Listeners 01/18/2020

1) Beastie Boys-"Country Mike's Theme"  From the compilation album 'Anthology: The Sounds of Science'.
2) Joshua Hedley-"Broken Man"  From the vinyl 7" single for "Broken Man".
3) Ride-"Chelsea Girl"  From the EP 'Smile'.
4) The House of Love-"Shine On"  From the vinyl 12" single for "Shine On".
5) The Sundays-"Here's Where the Story Ends"  From the vinyl album 'Reading, Writing and Arithmetic'.
6) Pale Saints-"Sight of You"  From the 30th Anniversary album 'In the Comfort of Madness'.
7) Salim Nourallah-"Jesus of Sad"  From the brand new EP 'Jesus of Sad'.
8) Crime and the City Solution-"The Adversary"  From the vinyl soundtrack album the motion picture 'Until the End of the World'.
9) Catherine Wheel-"Black Metallic"  From the vinyl album 'Ferment'.
10) Kraftwerk-"It's More Fun to Compute"  From the vinyl album 'Computer World'.
11) The Raincoats-"Fairytale in the Supermarket"  From the vinyl album 'The Raincoats'.
12) X-Ray Specs-"Artificial"  From the vinyl album 'Germ Free Adolesence'.
13) Delta 5-"Mind Your Own Business"  From the vinyl compilation album 'Singles and Sessions 1979-81'.
14) Gang of Four-"Natural's Not In It"  From the vinyl album 'Entertainment'.
15) The Verve-"On Your Own"  From the vinyl 7" single for "On Your Own".
16) Elastica-"Waking Up"  From the vinyl 7" single for "Waking Up".
17) Teenage Fanclub-"Like A Virgin"  From the vinyl 12" single for "Starsign".
18) New Fast Automatic Daffodils-"It's Not What You Know"  From the vinyl EP 'It's Not What You Know'.
19) Rush-Fly By Night"  From the vinyl compilation album 'Rush Through the Years'.
20) Big Star-"She's A Mover"  From the vinyl album 'Radio City'.
21) The Stone Roses-"What the World Is Waiting For"  From the vinyl compilation album 'Turns Into Stone'.
22) Kate Bush-"There Goes A Tenner"  From the vinyl album 'The Dreaming'.
23) The Three O'Clock-"Jet Fighter"  From the vinyl album 'Sixteen Tambourines'.
24) The Undertones-"True Confessions"  From the vinyl album 'The Undertones'.
25) Wire-"I Am the Fly"  From the vinyl album 'Chairs Missing'.
26) The Damned-"Smash It Up (Part 1)"  From the vinyl album 'Machine Gun Etiqutte'.
27) The Damned-"Smash It Up (Part 2)"  From the vinyl album 'Machine Gun Etiqutte'.
28) Cornershop-"Brimful of Asha (Norman Cook Original Full Length Remix)"  From the vinyl 12" EP for "Brimful of Asha (Norman Cook Remixes).
29) World of Twist-"Sons of the Stage (7" Version)"  From the vinyl 12" single for "Sons of the Stage".
30) Dead Can Dance-"The Ubiquitous Mr Lovegrove"  From the vinyl album 'Into the Labyrinth'.
31) "The Mid-Morning Recording"             Margo Price-'Midwest Farmer's Daughter'
This week of "Full Frontal with Samantha Bee", there was a story about how country radio has been ignoring the women of country music on their airwaves. I know that we are "country radio" per se, but being that we have such freedom to play various genres on our broadcast, I thought it would be proper to play the debut release from one of our favorite country singers out there today. It took Margo Price a good while to get this album out, and after shopping labels in Nashville, the great Jack White saw the talent in Margo, and first released her albums to the world. This album is certainly one of my favorite country albums of the century so far, and it certainly deserves to be heard more, and given more radio play. Outlaw country is alive and well, and Margo is one of those artists that will fight for her craft. She is a sweet woman who I've had the pleasure of talking with a few times now, and she is certainly one to play the best "shit-kickin'" country atrists out there today. An American treasure who should be treasured. "Let's go back to Tennessee. You and me!" - Michael - MFL
32) James-"Sayonara"  From the album 'Wah-Wah'.


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