wcsh3.jpgOur weekly two hour show on SIRIUS/XM, channel 26 (SIRIUS), and channel 43 (XM), can now be heard twice, every Friday – Noon EST with an encore broadcast at Midnight EST. Below is this week’s playlist.

SIRIUS 103: Jean Michel Bernard – Generique Stephane ++ Fool’s Gold – Surprise Hotel ++ Foreign Born – Blood Oranges ++ Local Natives – Airplanes ++ Dirty Projectors – What I See ++ The Vaselines – Slushy ++ Yellow Fever – Donovan ++ Os Mutantes – Panis Et Circenes ++ Fiery Furnaces – The Philadelphia Grand Jury ++ Kelley Stoltz – Everything Begins ++ Shankar Jaikshan – Bombay Talkie ++ The Equals – Green Light ++ The Tallest Man On Earth – I Won’t Be Found ++ Neutral Milk Hotel – Holland, 1945 ++ Guided By Voices – Are You Faster? ++ Olivia Tremor Control – Memories Of Jacqueline 1906 ++ Les Surfs – Tú Serás Mi Baby (Be My Baby) ++ Grizzly Bear – He Hit Me (And It Felt Like A Kiss) ++ Panda Bear – Ponytail (edit) ++ Ruby Suns – Kenya Dig It + Chad VanGaalen – Flower Gardens ++ Deerhunter – Little Kids ++ Wilco – Cars Can’t Escape ++ Frankel – Anonymity Is The New Fame ++ Yo La Tengo – Tom Courtenay ++ Map of Africa – Bone ++ El Guincho – Palmitos Park ++ Flavio Kurt – Walderez Walderia ++ The Flaming Lips – The Spark That Bled ++ Built To Spill – Traces ++ A.C. Newman – The Town Halo ++ The Walkmen – Many Rivers To Cross ++ Jason Lytle – Stray Dog (AquariumDrunkard Ship Session) ++ Jason Lytle – Yers Truly (AquariumDrunkard Ship Session) ++ Jason Lytle – Brand New Sun (Aquarium Drunkard Ship Session) ++ Jason Lytle – Jed The Humanoid (Aquarium Drunkard Ship Session)

*You can listen, for free, online with the SIRIUS three day trial — just submit an email address and they will send you a password.


2 Responses to “SIRIUS/XM Radio :: Aquarium Drunkard Show”

  1. Great show this week. Nice mix and the Jason Lytle stuff was soothing.
    Question: Many Rivers To Cross: songwriter was? Swear I heard “Harry Nilson”.

  2. AndrewT, that is the Walkmen covering “Many Rivers To Cross” the way Nilsson did it on the Pussycat album. It was written by Jimmy Cliff though.

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