The Aquarium Drunkard Show: SIRIUS/XMU (7pm PST, Channel 35)

More tales from the pacific rim. Outré California. The Aquarium Drunkard Show on SIRIUS/XMU, channel 35. 7pm PST, Wednesdays + on-demand.

The Damien Jurado Lagniappe Session can be found HERE . . .

SIRIUS 570: Terence Mckenna – Just Say Bullshit (excerpt) ++ Olden Yolk – Blue Paradigm ++ Dungen – Puerto Vantör ++ Allah-Las – Marionberry Jam ++ Donnie & Joe Emerson – Give Me The Chance ++ Sha La Das – Open My Eyes ++ Shana Cleveland – Face of The Sun ++ Arthur Verocai – Caboclo ++ Charnel Ground – Playa De Ticia ++ Cotton Jones – Nicotine Canaries ++ Tonstartssbandht – Livin’ In Hope ++ Dick Stusso – Modern Music ++ John Andrews & The Yawns – Relax ++ Karen Dalton – In My Own Dream ++ Richard Swift – Lady Luck ++ Josiah Steinbrick – Fo Barro ++ Mega Bog – Diary of a Rose ++ Yves Jarvis – Celebration > On My Grind ++ Damien Jurado & Richard Swift – Hello Sunshine ++ Neil Young (Interview, 1986) ++ Neil Young – Pardon My Heart ++ Françoise Hardy – ’Til The Morning Comes ++ Damien Jurado – Welcome Back, Kotter (AD Session) ++ Damien Jurado – Gimme A Break Season 3 (AD Session) ++ Damien Jurado – Different Strokes (AD Session) ++ Damien Jurado – Gimme A Break Season 1 (AD Session) ++ Damien Jurado – WKRP In Cincinnati (AD Session) ++ Damien Jurado – The Mary Tyler Moore Show (AD Session) ++ Pottery – Smooth Operator ++ Pink Mountaintops – Atmosphere ++ Ty Segall & White Fence – Tongues ++ Belle And Sebastian – (My Girl’s Got) Miraculous Technique ++ Violent Femmes – Good Feeling ++ The Dutchess & The Duke – Living This Life ++ Jonathan Rado – Hand In Mine ++ Sibylle Baier – Wim ++ Lou Reed, John Cale And Nico – I’m Waiting For The Man (Live at the Bataclan Paris, 1972) ++ Lou Reed, John Cale And Nico – Heroin (Live at the Bataclan Paris, 1972)

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