Monday, January 11, 2010

January 2010

PMS – Music Featured – 04.01.2010

Deaf school – ‘Ding Dong’
Dalmatian Rex and The Eigentones (live session):
-Whole lump of soul
-The garden gnome of obscurity
-Numty owls
-Don’t let the bed bugs bite

Dead or alive ft Pete Burns – its been hours now
Jack Williams - cover of ‘Come Together’ (by the Beatles)- (PMS live session)
Mighty Force - Thrashing A Dead House
Pure Morning - Stunted Boy
Recording The Impossible, ft. Paul Vickers – (recorded for PMS in February 09):
-Bee Swabber
-Minie Mouse Trapped
-Barbera Bananas
-Marlon Brandos Man Baby
Half Half Biscuit - Tour Jacket With Detachable Sleeves
Boo Radleys - Martin, Doom! It’s Seven O’Clock
Gnarl- Sensation Machine
Frakture - score to The fatal Sneeze (from the Silent Night Project)
Wave Machines & Nathan – The Bell
Cooling Towers - Make This Day End Soon
The Dead Class - Pulse And A Heartache
Rooney – Got up late again
Willsergeant - Glide – Kill straker
SCHULTE/ERIKSON – Schaller/Riff
Phonic - Jitter bug


PMS – Music Featured – 11.1.10

Hot Club De Paris – Dance A Ragged Dance
“Laxmikant Pyarelal” – Mohd Rafi & Asha Bhosle – Main Sharabi Nahin
The Magnetic Fields – You Must Be Out Of Your Mind
Tudor Acid – Base Introder
Corey Harris – My Song

Pontiak – One Ton One Kilo
The Imagined Village – My Son John
Chicago Underground Duo – Vergence
Hot Club De Paris – Dog Tired At The Spring Dance Marathon
The Doozer – Hornbill
Tudor Acid – College Chronic
The Magnetic Fields – Better Things
The Magnetic Fields –m Painted Flower
Pontiak – Feeding
The Doozer – Brother Lazarus
The Imagined Village – Cum On Feel The Noize
Hot Club De Paris – The Shoot Horses, Don’t They?
“Laxmikant Pyarelal“ – Lata Mangeshkar – O Ranji Bada Dukh Dina
Corey Harris – Columbus
Chicago Underground Duo – Hermeto
“Laxmikant Pyarelal“ – Lata Mangeshkar – O Ranji Bada Dukh Dina
The Imagined Village – Lark In The Morning
Hot Club De Paris – Noses Blazing
Chief Commander Ebenezer Obey & His Inter- Reformers Band – Ogunpa Flood Disaster

PMS – Music Featured – 25.1.10

Janek Schaefer and Philip Jeck in conversation, and choosing the music….

Cluster – Gissander
Elvis Presley – Mystery Train
A Romans – Quel Temps Fait-il A Paris (Music for Jacques Tati)
Nico – Frozen Warnings
Point Blank – Meng’s Theme
Meters – Cissy Strut
Michael Nyman – Wheelbarrow Walk
Beach Boys – Vegetables
Janek Schaefer & Philip Jeck – Lullaby Duel
Salsoul Orchestra – Magic Bird Of Fire (Walter Gibbons Remix)
Janek Schaefer & Stephan Mathieu – Fugue
Arthur Russell (Indian Ocean) – Schoolhouse Treehouse (Walter Gibbons Remix)
Charlemagne Palestine – Schlongo!!!! Da LUV Drone
Alison Krauss – I Don’t Believe You’ve Met My Baby
Brian Eno – Fullness Of Wind
Blossom Dearie – Just One Of Those Things
Bert Kaempfert – Swinging Safari
Cluster - Zircusite

PMS – Music Featured – 1.2.10

Animal Collective – Graze
The Wolfhounds – Cruelty
Jonas Reinhardt – Near Mirrored Pit Viper
Grasscut – Muppet
Felix – Lifter
Fourtet – Love Cry (Joy Orbison Mix)
Etran Finatawa – Diam Walla
Chris Drever – The Banks Of The Nile
Animal Collective – On A Highway
Ran Blake – Sophisticated Lady
Chicago Underground Duo - Laughing With The Sun
Loscil – Fern And Robin
Felix – Back In Style
- What I Learned From TV
Etran Finatawa – Daand
Animal Collective – I Think I Can
Christian Wallumrod Ensemble – Solemn Mosquitoes
Ran Blake & Enrico Rava – There’s No You
Chris Drever – Freedom Come A’Ye
Loscil - Estuarine

1 Comments:

Blogger murmurists said...

Hello - maybe this will get to Roger Hill... Just want to say entertaining to learn that you played Gnarl's 'Sensation Machine' on your show recently. I didn't hear the show, as I don't live in NW anymore; a friend let me know. Perhaps you tagged the song with a 'where are they now?' quip! Well, I was in Gnarl, from its formation (in St. Helens) in November 1989 until we split in July 1991. We've never got back together, but most of us are still creating music, film, art etc. I have fond memories of our session on January 1991 for your Late World Noise show. Thanks for the memory... Still, I think, a great piece of music, and, dare I say, ahead of its time.

Best wishes,

Anthony

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