Radio Free Aquarium Drunkard :: November 22

Radio Free Aquarium Drunkard, every third Sunday on dublab. Up first on our four-hour broadcast, Tyler Wilcox’s Doom and Gloom from the Tomb, sliding into Jason P. Woodbury’s Range and Basin and Chad DePasquale’s New Happy Gathering. To close the show out, a special airing of an episode from our weekly podcast: a chat with iconoclast, Jim Jarmusch. Tune in Sunday, November 20 from 4-8 PM PST on dublab.

Doom and Gloom from the Tomb with Tyler Wilcox: Hayden Pedigo & Nick Jonah Davies, “Be Thankful” ++ William de Vaughn, “Be Thankful For What You’ve Got” (Tom Moulton Remix) ++ Fairport Convention, “Now Be Thankful” ++ James Brown, “Thank You For Lettin’ Me Be Myself, And You Be Yours (Part 1-2)” ++ Jimmy Ley, “Thank You” ++ Rosemary Clooney, “Thanks For Nothing” ++ Hank Williams, Jr., “Thanks A Lot” ++ Luna, “Thank You For Sending Me An Angel” ++ Hugh Tracey, “Shukurani (Give Thanks)” ++ Jon Brion, “Thanksgiving In Sacramento” ++ Samuel Jonathan Johnson, “Thank You Mother Dear” ++ Sly & The Family Stone, “Thank You For Talkin’ To Me, Africa” ++ Brother Theotis Taylor, “Thank You For The Sunshine”

Range and Basin with Jason P. Woodbury: Michael Krassner & the Basineers, “Theme From Range and Basin” + Ken Nordine, “The Wet Stranger” with Joe Meek and the Blue Men, “Orbit Around The Moon” & Popol Vuh, “Agape-Agape” + Higher Authorities, “Nepute” + Weston Smith, “Puny Human” + Bola Seta and Vince Guraldi, “Star Song” + David John Morris, “Black Kite” + Shiva Burlesque, “Paul Is Dead” (24 Track Demo)” + Jerry McGee, “The Twilight Zone” + Roky Erickson & The Aliens, “I Think of Demons” + Clinic, “Porno” + Heldon, “In the Wake of King Fripp” + The Fall, “Just Waiting” + People Like Us, “Ever”

New Happy Gathering with Chad DePasquale: Upupayāma, “Ergobando” ++ Mind Over Mirrors, “Restore & Slip” ++ Kathy Heideman, “Sleep A Million Years” ++ Matthews’ Southern Comfort, “Road to Ronderlin” ++ Link Wray, “Lawdy Miss Clawdy” ++ Margo Guryan, “California Shake” ++ Sixto Rodriguez, “Crucify Your Mind” ++ The Beach Boys, “The Trader” ++ The Everly Brothers, “I Wonder If I Care As Much” (1968) ++ Mark & Suzann Farmer, “Dreams” ++ Mike Cooper, “Caught Inside More Sugar” (Edit) ++ Stephen Stills, “So Begins The Task” ++ Fairport Convention, “Si tu Dois Partir” ++ Mark & Suzann Farmer, “I’ll Remind You (Who You Are)” ++ Les Rallizes Dénudés, “A Shadow on Our Joy” ++ Robert Wyatt, “At Last I Am Free” ++ The Beach Boys, “Aren’t You Glad” ++ Funkadelic, “The Song Is Familiar”

Via our podcast archives, a conversation with Jim Jarmusch.

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