Thursday, March 07, 2013

A Season in Hell #125: DOWN IN FRONT!

The new Radio Valencia studios are built for speed. And when I say speed I mean bands performing live. Tonight I've got local Folksters: Down in Front, featuring Japa and Julie coming down. They're playing some fine, original folk for you. They are beautiful and hilarious in so many ways. It's the witty banter between the tunes that keeps me coming back for more.

New music and some sweet live boots in the second hour.

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Do It: Rollins Band
Psychotic Reaction: The Murlocs

Sweet Home Chicago: The Blues Brothers
Plethysmograph: Jello Biafra and the Melvins

Noriega: Down in Front
Bible Smells Like Whiskey: Down in Front
Fallen For You: Down in Front
The Train Song: Down in Front
Diamond:Down in Front
The Moth: Down in Front
Subterranean Homesick Blues: Down in Front

Halfway to a Threeway: Jim O'Rourke
Drop Dead Baby: Ty Segall and Mikal Cronin

Southern Comfort: Aeges
Needle Boy: Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds

Peliyot: John Zorn's Electric Masada (July 18th, 2003 La Palma, Roma)

Every Many Needs a Companion: Father John Misty (January 9, 2013, Headliners Music Hall, Louisville, KY)
To The Moon: Denim Wedding
Then you Smile at Me: Bill Withers

My Way: Sid Viscious

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