Saturday, November 29, 2008

Happy Thanksgiving

Due to our busy schedules and the holiday, we just re-aired show #136 from a few weeks back. We'll be back with a new show for next week. Hope you all had an enjoyable Thanksgiving Day and that you didn't fill yourselves with too much turkey (or tofurkey).

FFFreakout #138 "Carl Live and Solo" (Aired on 11/20/08)

Postmarks - You Only Live Twice
My Morning Jacket - I'm Amazed
Blondie - Hardest Part
Blur - Parklife
Killers - Somebody Told Me
Noah & The Whale - 5 Years Time (Sun, Sun, Sun)
Beatles - Across the Universe
Shout Out Louds - Impossible
Cars - Since Your Gone
Breeders - Tip City
Kenny Rogers & The First Edition - Just Dropped In (To See What My Condition Was In)
Ash - Girl From Mars
Death Cab For Cutie - I Will Possess Your Heart
Archers of Loaf -
Buzzcocks - Ever Fallen In Love

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

FFFreakout #137 (Aired on 11/13/08)

1) Little Joy - The Next Time Around
2) Senor Coconut & His Orchestra - Kiss
3) Prince - Starfish and Coffee
4) The Clash - Hitsville U.K.
5) The Hold Steady - Party Pit
6) The Dead C - Children
7) Natural Snow Buildings - Breaking Waters
8) Hospital Ships - Baby for J
9) The Might Underdogs - Escape
10) Unicorn Basement - Oh God
11) Jack Nitzsche - The Lost Race
12) Birdsongs of the Mesozoic - Theme from Rocky and Bullwinkle
13) Naked City - The James Bond Theme
14) Raymond Scott - The Penguin
15) George Brigman - I Feel Alright
16) Dreamend - If Only For a Day

Here's a live version of "The James Bond Theme" performed by a Big Band version of Naked City. How often do you see jazz cats sportin' Extreme Noise Terror t-shirts? You gotta love that John Zorn!

Friday, November 07, 2008

FFFreakout #136 (Aired on 11/6/08)

1) Flaming Lips - Turn It On
2) Suicide - Johnny
3) Dead C - Mansions
4) Medeski, Martin & Wood - Pat A Cake
5) Sun Ra - Looking Outward
6) Of Montreal - I'd Engager It
7) Scott Walker - Tilt
8) David Bowie - The Bewlay Brothers
9) New York Dolls - Trash
10 Tenacious D - History
11) Chrome - March of the Chrome (A Cold Clamey Bombing)
12) It's A Musical - The Circus
13) Fennesz - Shisheido
14) Hasil Adkins - Chicken Shake
15) Steinski - Lesson 1

Lots of activity from the great New Zealand band The Dead C of late, including a brand new full length out on Ba Da Bing Records entitled "Secret Earth" which the track from today's show was taken from. Ba Da Bing, along with Jagjaguwar Records, have also just reissued their first two albums "DR503" and "Eusa Kills" on beautiful vinyl. Both releases, housed in heavy gatefold jackets, include an additional 12" EP of material. Here they are performing "Sky" and later discussing the band Suicide.