Lee Hazlewood "Califia (Stone Rider)" from The LHI Years: Singles, Nudes, & Backsides (1968-71)
Father Murphy "In Praise Of Our Doubts" from Anyway, Your Children Will Deny It
Trouble Books "Dead Bee In A Golden Bowl" from Concatenating Fields
Pumice "Ready To Rot" from Puny
King Tuff "Bad Thing" from S/T
The Bombay Sweets "You Are Not The Most Important Person In The World" from S/T EP
Peak Twins "Your Love" from Peak Twins/Scott and Charlene's Wedding Split
B.R. Garm "My Mind Is Gone and I'll Never Get It Back" from The 78th Morningtide
Raymond Scott "New Year's Eve In A Haunted House" from Reckless Nights and Turkish Twilights
Sun City Girls "Esoterica Of Abyssynia" from Torch Of The Mystics
The Prissy Clerks "No Sir"
Linda Watkins "Down To The Sea" from Poetry Out Loud #6
The Faces "As Long As You Tell Him" from Five Guys Walk Into A Bar
Motion Sickness Of Time Travel "Beside the Quilted Lake" from Beko_Hobocult compilation
As of today, KMSU was under $2,000 towards reaching its goal for its annual Spring Pledge Drive. If you have an interest in what FFF is doing and believe in the importance of independent public radio in general, you can still pledge your support in any dollar amount by calling 507-389-5678 or 1-800-456-7810. You can also pledge online at www.kmsu.org.
On a different note, the Italian heavy-hitters, Father Murphy, are currently touring the U.S. and will be playing a show in Minneapolis on May 19th at the Triple Rock Social Club. This trio has been releasing some wonderfully confounding doomy art-rock over the past few years and are definitely worth checking out. For locals, though, you should certainly be marking off May 12th on your calenders for the KMSU Listener Appreciation Show featuring The Bombay Sweets, Prissy Clerks, and The Evening Rig. It's at The Red Sky Lounge here in Mankato and it's free, so there are no excuses. Be there!!