KUSF 12.26.09 3-8 AM Defeat Sleep DJ Cactus

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Cactus presents Defeat Sleep every Saturday morning from 3am-8am. The program began in 2000, and expanded to the current five-hour exoskeleton in 2003.
Defeat Sleep focuses on field recordings, experimental electronics, noise, drone, doom, ambient, sound collage, and so on.
Email Cactus at danielhintz64 (@) gmail.com

1. Douglas Ferguson
2. Elvis Johnson interview
3. Ozmadawn
4. Girth
5. Rafael Toral
6. Steven Severin
7. Ralph White and Horaflora

KUSF 12.26.09 12-3 AM The Time Warp DJ Owl

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Time Warp

An eclectic warp through time, encompassing the best on and off the charts sounds. From the present to the far past and back again. Take the journey with us!

Producer, J.D. Smith
Hosts, JD Smith, Sneeze Limbo, The Owl, Jersey J.D., Bodacious Brenda, Kimbrulee, and Amper Dan.

CONTACT: owl.requestGONE@gmail.com [remove GONE]

[Special theme show: "Toon Tunes"]

The Three Stooges, "The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down"
Johnnie "Scat" Davis, Frances Langford, Benny Goodman and his Orchestra, "Let That be a Lesson to You" [comp: HOLLYWOOD SWING & JAZZ: HOT NUMBERS FROM MGM, WARNER BROTHERS & RKO FILMS]
Bing Crosby and Johnny Mercer, "I'm an Old Cowhand (From the Rio Grande)"
Ivie Anderson, Benny & the Chrinoline Choir with Duke Ellington and his Orchestra, "All God's Chillun Got Rhythm" [comp: HOLLYWOOD SWING & JAZZ: HOT NUMBERS FROM MGM, WARNER BROTHERS & RKO FILMS]

Alice Faye and Louis Prima, "I'm Just Wild About Harry"
Sarah Vaughan with the Count Basie Orchestra, "You Go to My Head"
Kate Smith, "I Only Have Eyes for You"
Helen Morgan, "The Little Things You Used to Do"
Desi Arnaz, "A Rainy Night in Rio"

Al Jolson, "April Showers"
Cab Calloway, "Minnie the Moocher"
Cab Calloway, "Minnie the Moocher" [soundtrack version; comp: BETTY BOOP]
Bing Crosby, "You Must Have been a Beautiful Baby"
Bob Hope, Margaret Whiting, Billy May and his Orchestra, "Ain't We Got Fun"
Raymond Scott, "The Toy Trumpet"

Eddy Howard & his Orchestra with vocal chorus by Glee Club, "We Did It Before and We Can Do It Again"
Dick Powell with the American Four and Orchestra, "Captains of the Clouds" [comp: SWING OUT TO VICTORY: SONGS OF WWII]
Kay Kyser, "Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition"
Fred Waring and his Pennsylvanians, "The Marines Hymn" [comp: SONGS THAT WON THE WAR VOL. 5: WING AND A PRAYER]
Tommy Dorsey, "Don't Give Up the Ship" [comp: THE COMPLETE TOMMY DORSEY, VOL. 1 (1935)] [vinyl]
Bing Crosby, "The Army Air Corps Song" [comp: THOSE GREAT WORLD WAR II SONGS]
Glenn Miller & his Orchestra "Song of the Volga Boatmen"
Hoagy Carmichael and Lauren Bacall, "Am I Blue"
Ethel Merman with Al Goodman and his Orchestra, "The Lady in Red"
Gene Austin, "Ain't She Sweet"

[NB: all songs in this set are from the compilation LULLABY OF BROADWAY: THE BEST OF BUSBY BERKELEY AT WARNER BROS.]
Ruby Keeler, Dick Powell and the chorus, "42nd Street"
Dick Powell, Ruby Keeler and the chorus, "I Only Have Eyes for You"
Ginger Rogers and the chorus, "We're in the Money (The Gold Diggers Song)"
Dick Powell, Joan Blondell, Lee Dixon, Rosalind Marquis and the chorus, "All's Fair in Love and War"
Ruby Keeler, Dick Powell and the chorus, "Honeymoon Hotel"
Dick Powell, Frances Langford, Johnnie "Scat" Davis, Gene Krupa, Benny Goodman and his Orchestra, "Hooray for Hollywood"

Gene Austin, "If I Could be with You (One Hour Tonight)"
Frank Sinatra, Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra, "Trade Winds"
Gertrude Lawrence, "A Cup of Coffee, a Sandwich, and You"
Chick Webb and his Orchestra, "Gee but You're Swell"
Fred Astaire with the MGM Studio Chorus, "Here's to the Girls"

Burl Ives, "Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie"
Frank Sinatra, "Home on the Range"
The Ink Spots, "Someone's Rocking My Dream Boat"

The Old 97's, "Old Familiar Steam"
Steve Goodman, "Eight Ball Blues"
Nick Drake, "Hazey Jane I"

KUSF 12.25.09 9-Midnight The Menace's Attic DJ Dennis

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"Something old, Something new, Something borrowed, Something dusty." That's how Dennis The Menace describes his show featuring six decades of rock and roll by theme. Don't expect sets about trains, planes and automobile though. The connections are more about achieving the perfect segue, uncovering a deep musicological (or very trivial) factoid about the song or artist. All that and lots offer film tickets to indie films have made the show appointment radio on Friday nights!

“The Menace’s Attic” now airs on Fridays from 9-10 pm PDT on: Radio Valencia, 87.9 in much of San Francisco and http://www.radiovalencia.fm, and on Thursdays 11 am PDT and Sundays  10 am PDT on: IndieSF, http://www.indiesf.com

Producer and Host, Dennis Scheyer

The Menace’s Attic Episode #418 December 25th, 2009 The “Well It’s The End Of Another Decade – Heck Where Did It Go? I Mean 1999 Seems Like Just Yesterday” So I Thought We’d Head For The End And Beginning Of Six Decades And See What Those Were Like – Musically That Is!” Edition 

OPENING SONG: As The Years Go By – Mashmakan (Columbia) 3:03 

Set #1 1959 & 1960 7:37
Personality – Lloyd Price (ABC Paramount) 2:37 1959
There Goes My Baby – The Drifters (Atlantic) 2:11 1959
Night – Jackie Wilson (Brunswick) 2:49 #34  1960 
Set #2 1969 & 1970 14:27
Baby Baby Don’t Cry – Smokey Robinson & The Miracles (Tamla) 3:59 1969 #34
Let Me – Paul Revere & The Raiders (Columbia) #100 2:30 1969
Sweet Cream Ladies – The Box Tops (Bell) 2:13 Tied with Let Me For #100 of 1969!)
Make Me Smile – Chicago (Columbia) 2:58 1970
Time To Kill – The Band (Capitol) 3:27 1970 
Set #3 1979 & 1980 10:01
My Sharona – The Knack (Capitol) 1979 Hits #1 on the Billboard charts. This is the first time in over a year that a song hits #1 that is not either a disco song or a ballad. It remains at #1 for six weeks.
You Shook Me All Night Long – AC/DC (Atlantic) 3:31 1980
Police On My Back – The Clash (Epic) 3:17 1980 
Set #4 1989 and 1990 8:53
Love Song – The Cure (Elektra) #68 ‘3:29 1989
Cuts You Up – Peter Murphy (Beggars Banquet) 5:24 1990 
CLOSING SONG: Time Is On My Side – Irma Thomas (Astralwerks) 2:51 

GIVEAWAYS: Tickets to: THE MISSING PERSON - at the Lumiere Theatre, Kraftwerk remastered CD set! 

KUSF 12.25.09 12-4 PM DJ Ira with Guest DJ Josh Pollock

The Beatles - Christmas Message to Fan Club Members 1965 ? 66' ?
Loachfillet - Hell - Electric Pond Solar Solution
Tangerine Dream - Bent Cold Sidewalk - Cyclone
Atlas Sound - Quick Canal - Logos

Deep Purple - Paint It Black ( Entertainment Calendar )

Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Aqua Tarkus - Welcome Back My Friends...

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Burmese - Canirapeuanally - Colony Collapse Disorder 10"
1/2 Japanese - Thing With A Hook - Our Solar System
Ty Segall - Goin' Down - s/t
Jack O And The Tennessee Tearjerkers - Crook For Your Look - The Disco Outlaw

 Sam Gopal - Escalator - Title Track
Glitter Wizard - Black Lotus - 7 "
Boredoms - Super Roots 7 Boriginal - Super Roots 7 
OOIOO -  Irorun - Armonico Hewa


Diamondheads - Big Daddy Dirtpile
The Beatoes - I'm Too Ugly For MTV
The Motor Morons - Urinal Cakes
Kunigunda - Montage
Cabal - Null Theme - s/t

The Axemen - The Virgin - SCARY
Gary Wilson - 6.4 = Makeout - You Think You Really Know Me
Richard Youngs - All Day Monday And Tuesday - Understellar Stream
Robert Wyatt - Stalin Wasn't Stallin' - Nothing Can Stop Us

Brilliant Colors - Absolutely Anything - Introducing
NENA - 99 Luftballoons - S/T
God's Gift - Soldiers - Pathology 1979-84
Fehlfarben - Angst - Monarchie und Alltag
Test Patterns - Situations - Blackout

Broadcast And The Focus Group - Let It Begin / Oh Joy - Investigate Witch Cults of The Radio Age 
United States Of America - The American Metaphysical Circus - u/t
Gong - Pinkle Ponkle - 2032 

Guest DJ Hour With Josh Pollock

The Auricle - Nobody Loves An Albatross

Citay - Careful With That Hat 
Jeff Wood & The Weillators - Ballad In Which Macheath Begs All Mens' Forgiveness
Harvey Milk - Shame - Live At Supersonics

Three Leaves -The Semuta Diaries 
Sean Smith And The Present Moment- Auger of Deviation 
Gong Global Family - Fohat Digs Holes In Space

Sparks - Dick Around - Hello Young Lovers 
DJ Female Convict Scorpion - Hercules In Space 

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KUSF 12.25.09 12 AM-1 PM White Noise Christmas

What you are going to hear in this first hour is what happens when one attempts to record audio in Fission with two channels up on the mixer at once. The result is pretty much similar to what we get when, say for example, a a guitar is played into the amp it's plugged into. Unfortunately, this went on until almost one o clock in the afternoon on Christmas Day before I noticed my failure to pay attention to small details. At any rate, I thought that what I did record in that fourteen hours was kind of cool, and decided to post it in the spirit of KUSF's White Noise Christmas broadcasts in the early and mid nineties...