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"Two Hours Around Playlist" with Micheal Akutagawa (archive)

Saturday, April 2, 2011 | 05:00 to 07:00 | Playlist

New Artist Song Album Label Comments
* Natural Yogurt Band Clocks Tuck in With . . . Now-Again
* Ethan Gold Why Don't You Sleep Songs from a Toxic Apartment s/r
* Various Artists Kuen Kuen Lueng Lueng Thai? Dai! The Heavier Side of the Luk Thung Underground B-Music/Finders Keepers
* Collin Stetson All the Days I've Missed You New History Warfare Volume 2 Constellation
* Eco D'Alberi Up Toward the Sun Eco D'Alberi Porter
* The Evolution Control Committee Stairway to Britany All Rights Reserved Seeland
Nana Kinomi Suki Sa Suki Sa Suki Sa Nippon Girls - Japanese Pop, Beat, and Bossa Nova 1966-70 Ace A Japanese reading of The Zombies "I Love You", off her 1968 second album, "Let's Go With Nana!". The phrase "ANATA NO SUBETE OH!" ("I love every bit of you!"), accompanied by an exaggerated head tilt and a finger pointed at the object of one's affection, became something of a pop phenomenon at the time.
The Zombies I Love You I Love You Varese Sarabande
Seiko Matsuda All to You Area 62 Flora Records Japan's "Eternal Idol"; beginning in 1988, she had a string of 24 consecutive No. 1 Hits. This song reached No. 8 on the Billboard Dance Chart for 2002.
Bill Frisell Live to Tell Have a Little Faith Nonesuch Records Madonna cover
* Bambi Kino A Shot of Rhythm and Blues Bambi Kino Tapete
The Beatles Baby It's You Live at the BBC Apple
* Bambi Kino I'm Talking About You Bambi Kino Tapete
The Beatles Roll Over Beethoven Live at the BBC Apple
Mountain Roll Over Beethoven Best of Mountain Columbia
The Blue Hawaiians Shakin' All Over Savage Night Coolsville Records
Guitar Wolf Summertime Blues Jet Generation Matador
Sonny Sharrock Promises Kept Ask the Ages Axiom
James Brown Doing the Best I Can The Payback Polydor
* Rev. Johnny L. Jones Lose That Man The Hurricane that Hit Atlanta Dust-to-Digital
* The Jayhawks Two Hearts Tomorrow The Green Grass-Legacy Edition American Recordings
* Kalyanji Anandji Somebody to Love Psych Funk Sa-Re-Ga! World psychedelic funk classics V/A
* Sych Hermetic Mosaic Lunar Roulette Strange Attractors
* Matthew Shipp Circular Temple #1 Art of the Improviser Thirsty Ear
Etta James I'd Rather Go Blind Tell Mama Chess
Pink Anderson St. James Infirmary Carolina Bluesman Music Maker Recordings The "Pink" in "Pink Floyd". A tip of the cap to DJ Denis for that factoid.