Music For Listeners 2007/06/02
1) The Beastie Boys-"Country Mike's Theme" From the CD 'Anthology'.
2) My Two Toms-"Drop Stubbs" From the double CD release 'Field
Recordings' and 'Two'.
3) Interpol-"The Heinrich Maneuver" From the forthcoming CD
'Our Love to Admire'.
4) White Rabbits-"Dinner Party" From the brand new CD 'Fort
5) Jack Penate-"Cold Thin Line" From the brand new CD 'Spit
At Stars E.P.'.
6) The Hat-"Open Hearts" From the brand new UK CD single for
7) Envelopes-"Party" From the brand new 7" single for "Party".
8) Poster Children-"Silhouette" From the CD 'DDD'.
9) Manu Chao-"Rainin In Paradize" The brand new web single from
the forthcoming CD, released in September.
10) Fight Like Apes-"You Are the Hat" From the CD E.P. 'How
Am I Supposed To Kill You If You Have All the Guns?'.
11) Dawn of the Replicants-"Fix the Air" From the CD 'Fangs'.
12) Patrick Watson-"The Storm" From the CD 'Close To Paradise'.
13) The Spinto Band-"Late" From the CD 'Nice and Nicely Done'.
14) The Spinto Band - Music For Listeners Interview Segment - March 7,
15) The Spinto Band-"Airport" Unreleased cover song given to
us by the band themselves. At this time it may even be an MFL exclusive!!!
16) The Spinto Band - Music For Listeners Fourth Soda/Tea/Root Beer Taste
Test - March 7, 2007. With special guest, JP of Dios (Malos).
17) The Spinto Band - Live selections from at live set at Emo's - Austin,
TX - March 7, 2007. Exclusively recorded for broadcast on Music For Listeners.
18) "The Mid-Morning Recording" The Beatles-'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely
Hearts Club Band'
What can be said that hasn't been said before. Every
song is certainly a masterpiece, and every song is detailed in every way.
How much does the process of recording and releasing an album owe to this
collection of songs in particular? Microphones in pianos, lyrics on the
sleeve, a gatefold one at that, badges, cut-outs, certainly too many to
things to mention in a short paragraph. I do remember hearing this album
very early in my life and along with the rest of the world, it left a
big impression with me. It may not be my favorite album by them, but it
certainly up there. It's amazing how good it sounds for a recording made
forty years ago. So clean and well produced by the wonderful Sir George
Martin. It is a classic much in the same sense of last week's album, 'Bitches
Brew' by Miles Davis. No music was recorded quite the same after the release
of this one. I figured as a compliment to tonights guests, The Spinto
Band, that this was a fitting choice for tonight's M.M.R. When I first
saw The Spinto Band live, I thought they looked like The Beatles during
their early days of The Cavern Club. (May they have mobs of fans after
them as well.) Played the day after the 40th anniversary of the release
and presented on the main format of that time, glorious 12" vinyl!!! This
one is also going out to me poppa, as he gave me this lovely re-released
vinyl pressing a little while back. "Life flows on within you and
Michael - MFL
19) James-"Sayonara" From the CD 'Wah-Wah'.
20) U2-"Lemon" From the CD 'Zooropa'.