Pumice "Covered in Spiders" from Puny
Russell Hoke & His Lonesome Banjo "Scorpio Madi" from Driftwood
The Clean "Billy Two" from Anthology
Smog "I Was A Stranger" from Red Apple Falls
Shabazz Palaces "Bop Hard" from Live at KEXP
Russell Hoke & His Lonesome Banjo "Make This Shadow Glow" from Driftwood
Pumice "Hey Crap Crab" from Puny
Tall Dwarfs "Mr. BrocOili" from Weeville
Wire "Three Girl Rhumba" from Pink Flag
Spoon "The Way We Get By" from Kill The Moonlight
The Beatles "So Tired" from The White Album
Paul Westerberg "Waiting For Somebody" from Singles O.S.T.
Ween "Take Me Away" from Chocolate & Cheese
Louis Prima "Just A Gigolo/I Ain't Got Nobody"
The Faces "Silicone Grown" from Five Guys Walk Into A Bar
The Kinks "Til the End of the Day" from Kinks Kontroversy
The Spring Pledge Drive is underway at KMSU and on today's show we were doing our best to try to convince listeners to support this truly unique and independent voice within our community. Due to recent funding shortages, the stakes have been raised this time around. Although KMSU receives some dollars from the state/university, it still relies on listener support to cover roughly 40% of its operating costs. Our goal at the station is to raise $30,000 and we are well on our way to meeting this goal. But, we still need to hear from you! Please consider giving us a call at 507-389-5678 or 1-800-456-7810 to make a pledge. You can also pledge on-line by heading over to www.kmsu.org.
We had a couple of Free Form Freakout exclusive premiums that we were offering on our show. We had three copies of the latest Russell Hoke LP entitled "Driftwood" to giveaway, which are now all gone. We also were offering, thanks to our good friends at Soft Abuse Records, the brand new Pumice CD called "Puny" for those who pledged $25 or more to the station. We still have a couple of copies of this left, so make a pledge to support independent public radio and pick up an incredible album in the process. Let us know when you do and we'll send this out to you right away. Everybody wins.