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"Back Up & Push" with mark (archive)

Monday, December 26, 2005 | 10:00 to 12:00 | Playlist

New Artist Song Album Label Comments
R.E.M. Pretty Persuasion Murmur Island
Talking Heads People Like Us True Stories Sire
* Magnolia Electric Co. Hammer Down What Comes After The Blues Secretly Canadian
Ali Farka Toure Goye Kur The Source World Circuit
Bhundu Boys Chitaunhike Pamberi Mango
* Daby Balde Waino Blues Introducing Daby Balde World Music Network
Daktaris Super Afro-Beat Soul Explosion Desco All Afro-Beat, all day long on Thurs Dec 29th here on WXDU. I am not kidding. Roll that tape baby.
Brian Eno 1/1 Desert Island Selection E'G
* Mick Stevens Book Eight The River Normal Reissued on CD along with "The Englishman" in a 2-CD set.
Fleetwood Mac Blue Letter Fleetwood Mac Reprise
* Blaze Foley Down Here Where I Am Wanted More Dead Than Alive Waddell Hollow
* Micah Blue Smaldone More Than I Can Bear Hither And Thither North East Indie
Lead Belly Pig Latin Song Sings For Children Smithsonian Folkways
Hot Club Of Cowtown Orange Blossom Special Continental Stomp HighTone
Sleater-Kinney Entertain The Woods Sub Pop My favorite album this year... Broadcast listeners, sorry for the blip mid-song. Had to bleep out the one bad word....
Akrobatik Hypocrite Balance Coup d'État
* One Self Hollow Human Beings Children Of Possibility Ninja Tune feat. Yarah Bravo on vocals
* Kate Bush π Aerial Columbia
* Preservation Hall Jazz Band Do You Know What it Means to Miss New Orleans (VA) Our New Orleans 2005: A Benefit Album Nonesuch Benefit for Habitat for Humanity
Marty Stuart and his Fabulous Superlatives Somebody Saved Me Souls' Chapel Superlatone/Universal South
Jimmy Martin Don't Give Your Heart to a Rambler Jimmy Martin and the Sunny Mountain Boys, 1954-1974 Bear Family
Loretta Lynn Sometimes You Just Can't Win You Ain't Woman Enough (1966) Decca