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Music For Listeners 05/21/2011

1) Beastie Boys-"Country Mike's Theme"  From the CD 'The Sounds of Science: Beastie Boys Anthology'.
2) Heidi Spencer and the Rare Birds-"Alibi"  From the brand new CD 'Under Street Light Glow'.
3) The Grates-"Turn Me On"  From the forthcoming CD 'Secret Rituals'.
4) The Primitives-"Need All the Help That I Can Get"  From the vinyl 7" EP 'Never Kill A Secret'.
5) The Blood Arm-"Relentless Love"  From the brand new vinyl 7" single for "Relentless Love".
6) Pete and the Pirates-"Little Gun"  From the brand new CD 'One Thousand Pictures'.
7) DJ Shadow-"I Gotta Rokk"  From the brand new digital EP 'I Gotta Rokk'.
8) Three Trapped Tigers-"Cramm"  From the brand new CD 'Route 1 or Die'.
9) Metronomy-"The Look"  From the CD 'The English Riviera'.
10) Joel Jerome-"MTV Makes Me Want to Smoke Crack"  From the brand new CD 'When Beck was Cool'.
11) My Morning Jacket-"Holdin' On to Black Metal"  From the brand new CD single for "Holdin' On to Black Metal".
12) Sonny and the Sunsets-"I Wanna Do It"  From the brand new CD 'Hit After Hit'.
13) Thee Oh Sees-"I Need Seed"  From the brand new CD 'Castlemania'.
14) Sunset-"The Past Won't Forget Me"  From the CD 'Love Shines, but the Moon is Shining Too'.
15) Beirut-"O' Leaozinho"  From the brand new compilation double CD 'Red Hot and Rio'.
16) Help Stamp Out Loneliness-"Record Shop"  From the brand new CD 'Help Stamp Out Loneliness'.
17) The Wave Pictures-"Rain Down"  From the brand new CD 'Beer in the Breakers'.
18) Nguuni Lovers Lovers-"Cheza Nogoma"  From the brand new 7' single for "Cheza Nogoma".
19) Matheiu Santos-"I Hear the Train Comin'"  From the forthcoming vinyl LP 'Massachusetts 2010'.
20) Spector-"Never Fade Away"  From the vinyl 7" single for "Never Fade Away".
21) The Eversons-"Hyacinth Girl"  From the digital EP 'The Eversons'.
22) Gold Bears-"All Those Years"  From the brand new CD 'Are You Falling in Love?'.
23) Noah and the Whale-"Wild Thing"  From the CD 'Last Night on Earth'.
24) Key Losers-"Bi-focals"  From the forthcoming CD 'California Lite'.
25) Paisley and Charlie-"Stone Lions"  From the brand new vinyl 7" single for "Stone Lions".
26) The Wedding Present-"She's My Best Friend"  From the CD 'Fifteen Minutes: A Tribute to the Velvet Underground'.
27) Country Mice-"Worn Hearts"  From the brand new CD 'Twister'.
28) Idiot Glee-"Welcome Back"  From the forthcoming CD 'Paddywhack'.
29) Bon Iver-"Calgary"  From the download single for "Calgary".
30) Soda Shop-"When You're Lonely"  From the vinyl 7" single for "Farewell"/"When You're Lonely".
31) Beige-"Folds"  From the digital single for "Folds".
32) His Clancyless-"Mystify the Ocean"  From the cassette only release 'Always Mist'.
33) "The Mid-Morning Recording"                  James-'Gold Mother' (Original UK Edition)
It's been six years since we've played an album by the great Manchester band, and looking at their catalog, there isn't too much more to play from the band as a "Mid-Morning Recording". That is definitely the case after this album is broadcast. This was the first album that introduced me to the band way back in the early 90's. By then, James was already Morrissey's favorite band. Gold Mother is not my favorite album from them, but it is still an incredibly strong album. Another album that should have been played already, certainly being that we play a song by the band James every week. (We always leave you "with the James".) I'm happy to say that not only did I see James in concert three times in the 90's, but I met each and every member of the band during the course of those three shows. I love this band so much that I was planning on taking a trip to England to see their last show in 1999. I did not make it, but luckily, it was not to be their last show. They even just toured the U.S. once again, but sadly didn't come close to Texas. One of the best live bands out there, and certainly worthy of the high praise that was never really given to them. (This band is so much more than the song "Laid".) So....once again, we leave you with the James and we are out of here. (This album, especially the song, "How Was It For You?" is dedicated to all the Indievision know who you are.) "Don't let go on top of the world"
Michael - MFL

34) James-"Sayonara"  From the CD 'Wah-Wah'.
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