KUSF In Exile 09.29.11 3-6 PM DJ Steve the Creep

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KUSF In Exile 09.29.11 6-9 AM DJ Jennifer Marie Joyce

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Josh Mancell ~ Vortexology (new Vortex theme song! yeahhhhh!)
White Noise ~ The Visitations
Duran Duran ~ Khanada
Tito Rodriguez ~ Pecador
Pink Floyd ~ Fearless


Stephen Stills ~ Midnight Rider
Alpha ~ With
Aimee Mann ~ Wise Up
Gauntlet Hair ~ I was Thinking
Adele ~ He Won't Go
Miike Snow ~ Faker
Dead Skeletons ~ Dead Mantra
Josh Mancell ~ Welcome to Greenfield
Exploding Flowers ~ Suburban Warriors
Tear for Fears ~ The Way You Are
The Bangles ~ Anna Lee
The Bangles ~ Going Down to Liverpool
Milagres ~ Lost in the Dark
Minty Fresh, LLC ~ Freedom Riot!
Maximo Park ~ Acrobat
Perplexa ~ Hunt
The Tubes ~ Slipped My Disco
Prince ~ When Doves Cry
BS 2000 ~ Dansk Party
CAN ~ Mary, Mary So Contrary
Oscar Brand and his Young Friends ~ The Peanut Stand
She Wants Revenge ~ Take the World
Tim Green & Casey Ward ~ Resolve
Hedwig & the Angry Inch ~ Origin of Love

KUSF In Exile 09.28.11 9-Midnight Mein 20th Century DJ M Theo

Mein Twentieth Century explores the far corners of composed sound from its early classical history to its modern experimental antecedents. Antique music, Serialism, Musique Concrete, Early Electronics, Minimalism, Sound Art, New Music, Drone, Independent as well as Non-Western and Outsider sensibilities are brought together in an enriching audio experience

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KUSF In Exile 09.28.11 7-9 PM Battle Flutes and Sideways Skulls DJ Andee


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KUSF In Exile 09.28.11 3-6 PM DJ Bryan Chandler

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KUSF In Exile 09.28.11 Noon-3 PM DJ Schmeejay

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KUSF In Exile 09.28.11 9-Noon If You Don't Like That Song You Are Dumb DJ 6th Degree

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If YOu DOn't Like That Song, You Are Dumb (Music) with the6thdegree 09/28/2011 09:00AM to 12:00PM

09:58AM The Alps “Le Voyage” from Le Voyage (2010) on Type Records

09:59AM Wooden Shjips “Lazy Bones” from West on Thrill Jockey

09:59AM The BeeGees “The Earnest of Being George” from Bee Gees' 1st

10:06AM Hawkwind “Space Is Deep” from Space Ritual (Remastered) (2007) on EMI UK

10:17AM DeVotchKa “Whiskey Breath” from Supermelodrama (2008) on Cicero

10:17AM Prince “17 Days” from When Doves Cry

10:18AM 0000 Walking “Cornishwaters featuring Dutchess” from Cornishwaters featuring Dutchess (Single)

10:22AM Appolonia 6 “Blue Limousine” from Appolonia 6

10:32AM Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young “CARRY ON” from DEJA VU (LP, Album, Private, 1970) on Atlantic Records

10:32AM OutKast “So Fresh, So CLean” from So Fresh, So CLean (Single)

10:32AM Bread “Guitar Man” from The Best of Bread (CD, Album, Private, 2001) on Rhino/Elektra

10:39AM Caravana “Tito Rivero and His Orchestra” from Tito Rivero and His Orchestra (Single)

10:42AM Beck “Soul Suckin' Jerk” from Loser

10:45AM The Marshall Tucker Band “In My Own Way (Live)” from Where We All Belong (2004) on Shout! Factory

10:53AM M/A/R/R/S “(Pump Up The) Volume [Instrumental]” from (Pump Up The) Volume [Instrumental] (Single)

10:53AM Dr Seuss “Fox In Sox (Fast Version)” from Fox In Sox (Fast Version) (Single)

10:59AM Neil Young “BIRDS” from After the Gold Rush (LP, Album, Private, 1970) on Reprise

11:00AM Clutchy Hopkins “3:11” from The Life of Clutchy Hopkins (2006) on Misled Children

11:02AM Nagisa Ni Te “Bramble” from The Same As a Flower (Single, 2004) on Jagjaguwar

11:15AM LOW “Sweet Sunflowers” from GAMH 11/12/02

11:24AM Cat Power “Shaking Paper” from You Are Free (CD, Album, Private, 2003) on Matador (USA)

11:29AM Elton John “Country Comfort” from Tumbleweed connection (CD, Album, Rock, 1972) on MCA Records (USA & Canada)

11:29AM Damien Jurado and Rosie Thomas “Parking Lot” from Ghost of David

11:33AM Humble Pie “A Song for Jenny” from Rock On (CD, Album, Private, 1994) on Budget (AM)

11:38AM Iron and Wine “My Lady's House” from Woman King - EP

11:45AM Holy Ghost “Some Children” from Some Children (Single)

11:45AM The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion “Calvin (Zebra Ranch)” from ORANGE (2010) on Shove!

11:52AM Sleigh Bells “Rill Rill” from Treats (CD, Rock, 2010) on Liberator Music

11:59AM The Rapture “House of Jealous Lovers” from Shout It Out !

KUSF In Exile 09.27.11 11-Midnight Barn Dance DJ Wrong Side of the road Joe

A barn dance is any kind of dance held in a barn, but usually involves traditional or folk music with traditional dancing. It is a type of dance, originating in America and popular in Britain in the late 19th century and early 20th, derived from Schottische. Folk dancing events are often also referred to as "barn dances", despite being held in locations other than barns.

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Henry Flynt - Sky Turned Red ...early 1960's "Back Porch Hillbilly Blues vol.2"
The Leverett Bros. - Joy Bells
The Leverett Bros. - Meeting in the Air ...from "Lonesome Mandolin" on Birch Recs.

Family Scott - Mountain Money ...1999 Mac's Liver Productions
Ding Dang - Hotdog Heart from "Ding Dang IV" Probe Records
Southern Culture on the Skids - Liquored Up and Lacqered Down

Claude Gray - How Fast Them Trucks Can Go ...Gusto Recs.
Bill Kirchen - Tied To The Wheel - ...title track, Hightone Recs. 2001
Mac Wiseman - 18 Wheels A Hummin' Home Sweet Home ...Gusto Recs.

Hazel Dickens & Alice Gerrard - Mining Camp Blues (Trixie Smith)
...from "Hazel & Alice" 1973 Rounder Recs.
Albert Morgan - Union Man ..."Songs and Ballads of the Anthracite Miners"
...Library of Congress 1946
Roscoe Holcomb - Graveyard Blues ...Smithsonian Folkways 1959
James Muldowney - Boys on the Hill ..."Song & Ballads of the Anthracite Miners"
Mekons - Hole in the Ground ...from "Honky Tonkin' " Twin/Tone Recs. 1987

Johnny Cash w/ Tom Petty - The Running Kind (Merle Haggard) American Recordings
Johnny Cash w/ Carl Perkins - Brown-eyed Handsome Man, American Recs. 2003
John Doe - Only Daddy That'll Walk the Line (Ivy J. Bryant)
...from "Lonesome On'ry and Mean a tribute to Waylon Jennings" 2003 Dualtone
X - True Love ...from"More Fun In The New World" Elektra Recs. 1983

Otis Taylor - Feel like lightning ...from "Below The Fold" Telarc 2005

KUSF In Exile 09.27.11 9-11 PM Freefall DJ David Bassin

David Bassin hosts an eclectic two-hour mix of future jazz, R &B, global grooves & abstract beats that has received international acclaim since it's debut in 2000. Weekly rebroadcasts are available on Live365.com, Live1.FM (Brazil), FutureJazz (Germany), Space Invader Radio (UK), DanceAndSoul.com (Singapore). RadioPellenera.com (Italy) and the weekly podcast, available for free from the iTunes music store, Soundcloud, Mixcloud, Pod-o-Matic and others. More information, links to our partner sites and contact info is available at: www.freefallradio.com.

Producer and Host, David Bassin

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FreeFall 562: 9.27.11
Pole - Wipfel - Waldgeschichten (Kompakt)
Micha Vanovy - Le Presque-Rein - Devenir (Diggers)
Roots Manuva - Who Goes There? - 4Everevolution (Big Dada)
Julien Dyne - Maddingos - Stylin’ 500 Pt. 3: The Spirit (web)
Beats Antique - Cat Skillz - Elektrafone (Beats Antique)
Empresarios - Happy Track (All Good Funk Alliance Rmx)
Mocean Worker - It Still Don’t Mean A Thing - Candygram for Mowo! (Mowo)
Skweef - Demonic Mutants - Funky Breakbeat 2 (Pedigree Cuts)
Jonsson/Alter - Dvarg - Mod (Kontra-Musik)
Renegades Of Jazz - Jitterbug - Hip To The Jive (Hiperbole)
Shawn Lee’s Incredible Tabla Band - Bongo Rock - Tabla Rock (Ubiquity)
Natacha Atlas - Batkallim: Recharged (DoGbEaTs ve Natacha Atlas) - Mounqaliba Rising: The Remixes (Six Degrees)
Richard Spaven - Network - 5paven’s 5ives (Jazz:refreshed)
Roof Light - Powder - On The Third (Phuture Shock)
Ian Simmonds - Kon 1 (Krause Duo Rmx) - Burgenland Dubs Reworked (Musik Krause)
Colonel Red - Systematic Mathamatik - Keep Walkin’ (Tokyo Dawn)
Scuba - Never (Hotflush)
Lemongrass - Deep Blue - Sirius (Lemongrassmusic)
Beta Hector - Oracle Bones - Sunbeam Insulin (Tru-Thoughts)
The Fantastics! - The Bone Breaker - All The People (Freestyle)
Yonderboi - She Complains - Sustainable Development (Mole Listening Pearls)
Bjork - Mutual Core - Biophilia (Nonesuch)
Chico Hamilton - Don’t Go Away - Revelation (Joyous Shout)
Bioritmo - Dina’s Mambo - La Verdad (Electric Cowbell)
Headhunters - Tracie - Platinum (Owl Studios)
DJ Shadow - Redeemed - The Less You Know, The Better (Verve Forecast)

KUSF In Exile 09.27.11 3-6 PM Meta

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Regulators Focus Eye on the Sale of KUSF

Ari Vais, right, and Chuck Prophet on an afternoon show at KUSF-in-Exile on Tuesday.
Published: August 27, 2011

When KDFC, the popular commercial classical radio station, was sold to the University of Southern California in January and bumped down to 90.3, the nonprofit end of the dial, hundreds of thousands of classical music fans lost the ability to hear the station’s offerings, thanks to the downgraded signal strength.

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Ray White, an afternoon host, in the new KDFC 102.1 FM studios in San Francisco.
But that was not the only local effect of the sale. For over three decades, 90.3 had been home to the much-loved University of San Francisco radio station KUSF, which was yanked off the airwaves to make room for KDFC when U.S.F. sold its license to U.S.C. for $3.75 million.

In the days and months after the abrupt sale, fans of KUSF gathered support and started an ad-hoc streaming service called KUSF-in-Exile.

But even with the public interest, most people thought the Federal Communications Commission would approve the sale; that regulatory agency rarely blocks transactions and makes it a point not to weigh in on the content of the programming.

Now, though, more than six months after KUSF went off the air, that easy approval is not such a sure bet.

In late June, the commission sent an unusual “letter of inquiry” to U.S.F. and to the Classical Public Radio Network, the nonprofit largely owned by U.S.C. that was set up to manage the now-public KDFC. Media observers speculate that the move may signal that the F.C.C. will use the KUSF situation as an occasion to sharpen regulation of national noncommercial radio.

Brenda Barnes, president of U.S.C. Radio, called the 15-question letter “unprecedented.” John Crigler, a communications lawyer in Washington, said, “Whatever the F.C.C. decides will have some kind of ramification for every noncommercial station going forward.” The machinations inside the agency are difficult to discern. There is no set time for the commission to make a ruling and no clear understanding about what its members are trying to determine in parsing the details of the KUSF sale.

The agency declined to comment on the pending case.

All that can be ascertained about its position is in the letter, which those from all sides of the issue are scrutinizing with Talmudic zeal.

“The key there is that this letter came out of the media bureau,” Ms. Barnes said. “That signals to me that they are looking at a policy issue. What that issue is, we don’t know.”

The letter included several requests. It asked for a year’s worth of e-mails between the parties related to the sale and for information relating to the operating agreements between the two universities, among other materials.

Friends of KUSF, the group that has raised about $40,000 to legally contest the sale, had previously submitted documents to the commission claiming that U.S.F. had destroyed the station’s studios, and could not oversee or originate the broadcast during the transition period before agency approval, as F.C.C. rules dictate.

In early August, the universities replied to the letter of inquiry, dismissing concerns about the state of the KUSF studio and refusing to submit the requested e-mails.

In a strong rebuttal, two lawyers for Friends of KUSF, Alan Korn and Peter Franck, called the answers to the agency’s questions “deceptive.” The group has called for a hearing. It hopes the F.C.C. will expand its oversight of noncommercial radio transactions, which, thanks to a bad economy and big audiences for public radio, have been a booming market.

Universities like U.S.F., Vanderbilt and Rice are selling their stations, turning their homegrown programming over to National Public Radio or nonprofits like KUSC, which owns a network of stations in California.

“It basically comes down to media consolidation,” said Tracy Rosenberg, executive director of Media Alliance, a media watchdog based in the Bay Area that drafted a letter in July asking the F.C.C. to hold an inquiry on noncommercial-radio sales. Thirty other media and music organizations also signed the letter.

“It’s not only KUSF — it’s an ongoing problem, and it’s going to get worse,” Ms. Rosenberg said. “I hope that U.S.F. is a test case for examining these issues.”


KUSF In Exile 09.27.11 Noon-3 PM Carolyn

If anyone personifies the word 'maven' it's DJ Carolyn. Her impeccable
taste in punk, garage and rock has influenced Bay Area listeners for over
two decades. A listener passionately sent in, 'she has always been the
only DJ that matters. She finds music nobody else does, and it rocks!' Her
dedication to the local scene goes beyond spinning the latest indie disc
or old-school classic, to outright mentorship of fledgling talent. Catch
her weekly show... and you'll find out why, when it comes to Bay Area
rock, you've been served." -From SF Bay Guardian who awarded Carolyn as
2006's and 2008's Best DJ: Terrestrial Radio

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Carolyn (Music) with Carolyn 09/27/2011 12:00PM to 02:00PM

12:01PM The Clean “Whatever I Do Its Right” from ANTHOLOGY (CD, Album, Private, 2003) on Merge Records

12:03PM The Gears “Teenage Brain” from Rockin' At Ground Zero (LP, 1979)

12:05PM Mission of Burma “Academy Fight Song” from Signals, Calls and Marches (Remastered) (LP, 2008) on Matador (USA)

12:08PM Ty Segall “The Drag” from Ty Segall (LP, 2008) on Castle Face Local

12:11PM Cheater Slicks “We All Love Peanut Butter” from Our Food Is Chaos (7 Inch, Single, 2011) on Almost Ready Records New — bonus 7" with LP

12:14PM Monoshock “SOLEDAD” from Runnin' Ape-like from the Backwards Superman: 1989-1995 (CD, 2004) on S.S. Records Local

12:20PM Jack Oblivian “Caboose Jump” from Rat City (LP, 2011) on Big Legal Mess New

12:23PM Hank IV “Bellyfull of Slugs” from Bellyfull of Slugs (7 Inch, Single, 2011) on SS Records Local, New

12:27PM Scientists “Atom Bomb Baby” from The Human Jukebox 1984-1986 (CD, 2001) on Sympathy For The Record Industry

12:31PM Boomgates “Bright Idea” from Bright Idea/ Cameo - single (7 Inch, 2010) on RIP Society (Australia)

12:34PM Lincolns “we got some” from Garage Punk Unknowns Part 1 (CD)

12:36PM Downliners Sect “Why Don't You Smile Now” from Why Don't You Smile Now (CD, Single)

12:38PM Alex Cuervo “Everybody Disappear” from 4-song Solo EP (7 Inch, Single, 2011) on Trouble In Mind Records New

12:43PM Royal Headache “Surprise” from Royal Headache (LP, 2011) on RIP Society (Australia) New

12:44PM Thee Ludds “Skin And Bones” from Where To Begin (7 Inch, Single, 2011) on Hodad

12:47PM The Neighborhoods “No Place Like Home” from No Place Like Home (7 Inch, Single)

12:48PM The Real Kids “She's Alright” from Real Kids (LP) on Norton

12:50PM Black Helicopter “Buick Electra” from Invisible Jet (CD, Album, Rock, 2006) on ecstatic peace

12:54PM Angry Angles “Blockhead” from Blockhead (7 Inch, Single)

12:58PM The Sleaze “Retro sexy in blue” from Called You Once (7 Inch, 2011) on Total Punk New

01:03PM Total Control “One More Tonight” from Henge Beat (LP, 2011) on Iron Lung (US)

01:06PM Veronica Falls “Beachy Head” from Veronica Falls (LP, 2011) on Slumberland (USA) New

01:08PM Spaceshits “I'm Dead” from Winter Dance Party (LP, 1997) on Sympathy For The Record Industry

01:11PM France Has The Bomb “Invisible Angle” from Invisible Angle (7 Inch, Single, 2010) on Hozac

01:12PM The Tearjerkers “Heart On The Line” from Heart On The Line (7 Inch, Single)

01:13PM The Mummies “I'm Gonna Kill My Baby Tonight” from Death By Unga Bunga!! (CD, 2004) on Estrus (USA) Local

01:21PM The Konks “My Head” from Nerves/ My Head - single (7 Inch, 2009) on Static Eye Records

01:23PM The Renegades “Thirteen Women” from Thirteen Women/ Can't You See - single (7 Inch, 2010) on Norton — originally released 1964 - dedicated to Evan Funk Davies who is also celebrating his birthday today!

01:27PM The Wailers “You Weren't Using Your Head” from Live Wire (LP) on Norton

01:29PM Los Buenos “Woovy Groovy” from Sensacional Soul Vol 1 (LP, 1969) on Vampisoul

01:32PM The Electric Eels “AGITATED” from The Eyeball of Hell (LP, 2001) on Scat

01:34PM HitlersS “Spastic Dance” from Spastic Dance (CD, 1979)

01:37PM Arsene Obscene “Je Suis Americain” from Rock Sauvage EP (7 Inch, 2011) on 13 O'Clock Records New

01:42PM Dave Cloud & The Gospel Of Power “On The Rebound” from Practice In The Milky Way (CD, 2011) on Fire New

01:45PM Church Police “The Oven Is My Friend” from Not So Quiet On The Western Front (LP) on Maximum Rock N Roll

01:47PM The Drags “I Like To Die” from I Like To Die (7 Inch, Single, 1995)

01:50PM Starfuckers “LOVE ME” from Metallic Diseases (LP, 2011) on Holy Mountain New

01:54PM Oblivians “Bum a Ride” from Soul Food (LP, 1995) on Crypt Records

01:57PM REM “I'm Gonna DJ” from Accelerate (LP, 2009)

01:58PM Ramones “California Sun” from California Sun (Single)

02:02PM Kitchen Floor “No Love” from Look Forward To Nothing (LP, 2011) on Siltbreeze (USA)

02:07PM The Sniveling Shits “I Wanna Be Your Biro” from I Can't Come (CD, 1989) on Damaged Goods

02:12PM Primitive Calculators “Pumping Ugly Muscle” from Primitive Calculators (LP, 1979) on Chapter Music

02:15PM Thee Milkshakes “Let Me Love You” from Let Me Love You (CD, Single)

02:18PM John Fred And His Playboy Band “Little Dum Dum” from Permanently Stated (LP, Single, 1969) on Paula

02:20PM The Mighty Moguls “Doodle Bug Race” from Doodle Bug Race (CD, Single)

02:25PM The Liminanas “I'm Dead” from I'm Dead / Migas 2000 - Single (7 Inch, 2010) on Hozac

02:28PM Albertos Y Lost Trios Paranoias “Kill” from Stiff Singles (CD) on Stiff

02:31PM The Skinnies “Out Of Order” from Out Of Order (7 Inch, Single, 1979) on Rave Up

02:32PM Black Flag “No Values” from Everything Went Black (LP, 1982) on SST Records

02:33PM Ruts “Something That I Said” from The Ruts (12 Inch)

02:37PM Straightshooter “Straightshooter” from Straightshooter (7 Inch) on Sing Sing

02:41PM The Coathangers “Sicker” from Larceny and Old Lace (LP, 2011) on Suicide Squeeze New

02:47PM Wetdog “That Man Delivers Papers” from Frauhaus! (CD, 2009) on Angular Recording Corporation

02:49PM Pleasure Seekers “Never Thought You'd Leave Me” from What A Way To Die - single (7 Inch, 2001) on Norton — originally released 1965

02:52PM Modern Lovers “Modern World” from modern lovers (LP, Album, 1971) on Beserkley

02:55PM Lyres “I Really Want You Right Now” from I Really Want You Right Now (LP, Single)

02:59PM Nervous Eaters “LORETTA” from Eaterville, Vol. 1 (LP, 2011) on Penniman

03:02PM La Peste “I Don't Know Right From Wrong” from La Peste (LP) on Matador (USA)

KUSF In Exile 09.27.11 9-Noon Radiodrome DJ Schmeejay

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RADIODROME (Music) with dj schmeejay 09/27/2011 09:00AM to 12:00PM

Jean Michel Jarre "Chants Magnétiques Pt. 1" from "Les Chants Magnétiques"
Brian Dewan "Free Lunch" from "J Otto & Vivian Walsh"
Hot Guitars "Thurston Moore Does Jazz" from "Duets, Duels & DIYS"
BTO "You Ain't Seen Nothin Yet" from "Slow 45"
Marianne Faithful "As Tears Go By" from "Single"
Pali Gestro "Kalapom" from "Hungary!"
Todd Rundgren "Izzit Love?" from "Todd"
John Carradine "Flowers of Evil (Baudelaire)" from "Selected Readings"
Rail Dynamics "Recorded on Rainy Nights" from "The Tracks of The New York Central"
Holy Ghost! "Some Children" from "Holy Ghost!"
Storm Bugs "Hodge" from "Supplementary Benefit"
Daryl Hall & John Oates "Sara Smile" from "Slow 45"
Ruth Etting "A Faded Summer Love" from "Reflections (1927-35)"
The Singing Kolenda Family "He's Still The King of Kings" from "A Touch of Brass and Strings"
White Hills "No Other Way" from "H-p1"
Arletty "Deux sous de Violette" from "French Stars No 1"
Okkyung Lee "Bodies" from "Noisy Love Songs"
Hazel Dickens "Pretty Bird" from "Hazel & Alice"
Caribou "She's the One" from "Pink Room Session"
Guess Who "Undun" from "Slow 45"
Guess Who "Hand Me Down World" from "Slow 45"
Guess Who "No Time" from "Slow 45"
Dynamic Tsugaru-Shamisen "Unknown Title" from "Dynamic Tsugaru-Shamisen"
Dave Cloud and The Gospel of Power "Only Girl I Know" from "Practice in the Milky Way"
Al Jolson "There's a Rainbow 'Round My Shoulders" from "Personality Specials Volume 1"
David Essex "Rock On" from "Slow 45"
Mike Nichols & Elaine May "More Gauze" from "Examine Doctors"
John Cooper Clarke "90 degrees in my shades" from "Zip Style Method"
Throbbing Gristle "Very Friendly" from "1st Annual Report"
David Sylvian & Holger Czukay "Premonition" from "Plight & Premonition"
Paul Revere and The Raiders "Action" from "Steppin Out"
Jaill "Pardono" from "There's No Sky (Oh My My)"
BTO "Rock is my Life" from "Not Fragile"
The Gothics "Richie's Back in Town" from "Single"

KUSF In Exile 09.27.11 6-9 AM DJ Stevil

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KUSF In Exile 09.26.11 11-Midnight Room For Four DJ M Theo

Before there were recordings, music at home meant playing the piano; and before the inexpensive mass-produced piano, music at home meant gathering to play instruments together. With focus on the quartet, /Room for four/ explores the music that was written not primarily to be performed for an audience, but to be /played/ – for the players’ own enjoyment.

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KUSF In Exile 09.26.11 10-11 PM Jazz On The Cusp DJ Doctor Jekkyll

For over a century, jazz music has continued to be a living, breathing entity. To date, the music itself has defended itself admirably against those self-appointed guardians of last year's blues who would compartmentalize jazz as swing, bebop, cool, avant-garde, etc. Rather than hearing jazz as a sequence of separate styles, it is important to hear its continuity across time. Jazz is always on the cusp, always searching, always ready to incorporate a new discovery into the body of work that preceded it. There is no radical break between swing and bebop, between bebop and cool, between the early New Orleans styles and the avant-garde group improvisations of the 1960s. The music exists on a continuum.


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26th edition
26 September 2011

1. Echoes from Haarlem
John Carter Quintet
Variations on Selected Themes for Jazz Quintet
Moers Music
John Carter - clarinet
James Newton - flute

2. Softly, As In a Morning Sunrise
(Romberg/Hammerstein II)
Sonny Rollins
A Night at the "Village Vanguard"
Blue Note
Sonny Rollins - tenor saxophone
Wilbur Ware - bass
Elvin Jones - drums

3. Heksehyl
Tchicai, Cyrille, Workman
Witch's Scream
TUM Records
John Tchicai - bass clarinet
Reggie Workman - bass
Andrew Cyrille - drums

4. I Waited for You
Dizzy Gillespie
The Giant
Dizzy Gillespie - trumpet
Kenny Drew - piano
Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen - bass
Kenny Clarke - drums

5. Reading the River (for John Carter)
Marty Ehrlich
Can You Hear a Motion?
Marty Ehrlich - clarinet
Michael Formanek - bass
Bobby Previte - drums

6. Stella by Starlight
Phineas Newborn, Jr.
Harlem Blues
recorded 1969
released 1975
Phineas Newborn, Jr. - piano
Ray Brown - bass
Elvin Jones - drums

7. Gregarian Chant
Charles Mingus
Jazz Composers Workshop
Charles Mingus - bass
John LaPorta - clarinet
Teo Macero - tenor saxophone
George Barrow - baritone saxophone
Mal Waldron - piano
Rudy Nichols - drums

8. Alexander's Ragtime Band
(Irving Berlin)
Jaki Byard
On the Spot!
Jaki Byard -piano
Jimmy Owens - tambourine
Paul Chambers - bass
Billy Higgins - drums

9. Ramblin'
Ornette Coleman
Change of the Century
Ornette Coleman - alto saxophone
Don Cherry - pocket trumpet
Charlie Haden - bass
Billy Higgins - drums

10. Stardust
Ben Webster
See You at the Fair
Ben Webster - tenor sax
Roger Kellaway - piano
Richard Davis - bass
Osie Johnson - drums

KUSF In Exile 09.26.11 9-10 PM Guitar Journeys DJ Tuggy

Guitar Journeys champions diverse traditions of guitar music from around the world, including classical, fingerstyle, jazz, bossa nova, and genre-defying contemporary compositions.  Featuring the ancient music of 16th century lutenists, fresh compositions by today's living artists, and just about everything in between, Guitar Journeys is the Bay Area's portal into a spectacular universe of guitar music. Email guitarjourneys@yahoo.com, and tune in Monday nights at 11pm.

Hosts: Theresa Calpotura, DJ Tuggy, Giacomo Fiore, and Teja Gerken

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KUSF In Exile 09.26.11 3-6 PM Meta

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KUSF In Exile 09.26.11 9-Noon PM DJ Miranda and Kenny

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Spectrum Meets Captain Memphis- When tomorrow hits

Jay-Z and Kanye West- Otis

Love and Rockets- Sweet Lover Hangover


K Young- Please Me

Baths- Aminals

Dr. Octagon- Wild and Crazy

Eric Sermon/ Marvin Gaye- Music

The Cramps- Drug Train


Sublime- Wrong Way

Madness- On the Beet Pete

Dom- Living in America

John Spencer Blues Explosion- Big Road

Bob Marley- Jammin

Eric Prydz- Call on Me

Dinosaur Jr.- Pond Song

No Bunny- Oh Cody


Jeff the Brotherhood- Heavy Days

Sugar Ray- Fly

Soul Coughing- Uh, Zoom Zip

Papercuts- Do What you Will


Gorillaz- Feel Good Inc.

Yo La Tengo- Beanbag Chair

Drake- Headlines

Love Boat- Secret Plan

Melvins Houdini- Night Goat

Dialated People- This Way

Prefuse 73- no title

Parting Gifts- Strange Disposition

The Mummies- Im Bigger than You

Brian Tyler- On My Way to Vegas

The Resonars- World Apart

The Gun Club- Fire Spirit

The Obits- Put it in Writing

Snoop Dogg- Boom


Motorhead- On your Feet or on your Knees

Mac Miller- Nikes on My Feet

Ariel Pinks Haunted Graffiti- Revolutions a Lie

Tom Waits- Big in Japan

Mike Posner- Please Don’t Go

Bongwater- Obscene and Pornographic Art

Wiz Khalifa- Who I Am

Lee Pary- Long Sentence

KUSF In Exile 09.26.11 3-6 AM DJ Battle Ax

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KUSF In Exile 09.25.11 10-Midnight PM Caught Up DJ The Chair

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Caught UP! with The Chair
10 PM-12 Midnight

Cocomotion- Cocomotion
You Know That (Dub Version) -The Jammers (Shep Pettibone remix)
Vacuum Boogie- Floating Points
Dreaming- Loleatta Holloway
Earthquake- Jackie Mittoo
She's A Lady- Tom Jones
I'm The Baddest Bitch In The Room- Norma Jean Bell
Nothing Can Stop Us Now- St. Etienne (Masters At Work Remix)
Bourgie Bourgie- Ashford and Simpson
Can't Help It- (M.J.)- TangoTerje

Aldeia de Ogum- Joyce
Happy Birthday- Mr. Chop
In The Cornbelt- Dinosaur L
Keep On Jumping- Musique
I Ain't Jivin', I'm Jammin'- Leon Huff
Gershwin- Actress
Dance and Shake Your Tambourine- Invisible Robot Band
Funky Little Beat- Connie
Love- Roy Ayers
Onomatopoeia- Human Egg
Brush The Heat- Little Dragon
Rotation- Herb Alpert
Wait For Me- Vangelis (Blade Runner OST)

KUSF In Exile 09.25.11 8-10 PM The Cotton Exchange DJ David Katznelson

Blues like you want to hear....


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Special Guest Blues Curator Greg Ashley (The Gris Gris)

Sermon-Rev Rimson
Evil-Howlin Wolf
Hoochie Coochie Man-Buddy Guy
Done Somebody Wrong-Elmore James
Up Above My Head-Sister Rosetta Tharpe
Lost a Good Girl-John Lee Hooker
Get Um From The Peanut Man (Hot Nuts)-Georgia Whitey Whitesman
Warm My Weiner-Bo Carter
What Smells Like Fish-Blind Boy Fuller
New Rubbin’ On That Old Darn Thing-Oscars Chicago Swingers
Cravin’ A Man Blues-Lillian Glinn
I Can’t Use That Thing-Connie McClean’s Rhythm Boys
Crack Head Joe-Little Freddie King
Old Black Mattie-R L Boyce
Stormin’ And Rainin’-Lowell Fulsom
Somebody’s Got To Go-Victoria Spivey & Lonnie Johnson
Cryin’ Crapshooters Blues-Blind Willlie McTell
Blue Yodel #1-Jimmy Rogers
Wang Dang Doodle-Howlin’ Wolf
He’s A Mighty Good Leader-Beck
Tupelo-John Lee Hooker
Filipino Baby-Ernest Tubb
32 20 Blues-Robert Johnson
Cars Hiss By My Window-The Doors
Bill Baily Wont You Please Come Home-Big Bill Broonzy
Leave Jike Mary Alone-Lightin’ Hopkins
Southern Can-Blind Willie McTell
Going Back To The Chain Gang-Blind Willie McTell
Lonesome Whistle-Hank Williams
Down By The River-Rev Gary Davis

KUSF In Exile 09.25.11 6-8 PM Spotlight Lovely Music Limited DJ Pete Accident

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jon hassell -- toucan ocean

"blue" gene tyranny -- the next time might be your time
pauline oliveros -- the wanderer (excerpt)

gordon mumma/pauline oliveros -- fwyyn
joel chadabe -- song without words

david behrman -- interspecies smalltalk (excerpt)
alvin lucier -- i am sitting in a room

"blue" gene tyranny -- great masters of melody
jacques bekaert -- 2 for jean dupuy

robert ashley -- private parts: the park

robert ashley -- atalanta: episode III: bud (excerpt)
robert ashley -- isolde (maria isolde)

peter gordon -- star jaws
david behrman -- figure in a clearing (excerpt)
william duckworth -- time curve preludes I&II

paul dresher -- liquid & stellar music (excerpt)

KUSF In Exile 09.25.11 4-6 PM Nobody Cares DJ Nobody

Showtunes. Balkan. Noise rock. Drum and Bass. 60s Psychadelic. What do these genres have in common? Nothing. That's why Nobody plays them back to back! Join dj Nobody every Sunday from 4-6 pm (PST) to hear quirky news, entertaining musical selections and live interviews, only on KUSF in Exile. 'Nobody Cares' ... take it however you want.

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Nobody Cares (Music) with Nobody 09/25/2011 04:00PM to 06:00PM

04:00PM Howlin' Wolf “Evil Is Going On (Live, 1966)” from Grow Fins: Rarities 1965-1982

04:03PM Caribou “Hannibal” from Swim

04:09PM Heart “White Lightning and Wine” from Dreamboat Annie (LP, Album, Private, 1976) on Capitol Catalog

04:13PM Django Reinhardt “September Song” from Archive of Folk Music (LP) on Everest Records (USA)

04:18PM Django Reinhardt “Gypsy Swing” from Archive of Folk Music (LP) on Everest Records (USA)

04:20PM Etta James “Trust in Me” from Trust in Me (MP3, Single)

04:23PM Shawn Lee's Ping Pong Orchestra “Bina” from World Of Funk (2011) on Ubiquity Records

04:26PM The Beatles “Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite!” from Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (LP, 1967) on EMI UK

04:29PM Heist “The Verdict” from The Verdict (MP3, Single)

04:36PM Danny Byrd “Changes (Calibre Remix)” from Hospital Mix 1 (Mixed By London Elektricity) (CD, 2009) on Hospital Records Ltd

04:39PM Delta “Submerged” from Hospital Mix 1 (Mixed By London Elektricity) (CD, 2009) on Hospital Records Ltd

04:43PM Sugarloaf “I don't need you baby” from Spaceship Earth (LP)

04:47PM La Plebe “BELLA CIAO” from Brazo en Brazo (LP, 2011) on Ubersee Records

04:52PM STEVIE WONDER “For Once in My Life” from The Good Feeling Music of the Big Chill Generation (LP) on MCA Records (USA & Canada)

04:54PM Betty Page “Lotus Girl” from Music for a Gracious Living 2 (CD)

05:00PM Enlightened Rebels “Catch 22” from Catch 22 (MP3, Single)

05:04PM Gong “Witches Song - I Am Your Pussy” from Flying Teapot - Radio Gnome Invisible, Pt. 1 (CD)

05:09PM Neutral Milk Hotel “Avery Island / April 1st” from On Avery Island (LP, 2006) on Fire Records

05:11PM Junior Kimbrough and the Soul Blues Boys “Nobody But You Baby” from Do the Rump! (LP, 1997) on HGM/Hightone Records

05:17PM Henry Mancini “PINK PANTHER” from 100 TV Themes (CD)

05:21PM Robin Williams “Grandpa Funk” from Reality...What a Concept

05:24PM ISIS “Maritime” from Oceanic (2002) on Ipecac Recordings

05:28PM Joanna Newsome “Bridges and Balloons” from The Milk-Eyed Mender (CD)

05:32PM Jay Ward “Fractured Fairy Tales” from Fractured Fairy Tales (CD, Single)

05:33PM Klaus Nomi “The Twist” from The Collection (CD)

05:36PM Latryx “The Wreckoning (Live 45 Mix)” from THE ALBUM

05:39PM Cabaret Voltaire “Neuron Fac Ory” from Plasticity (12 Inch, 1993) on Intone Productions

05:43PM Nobunny “Hippy Witch” from Raw Romance (CD, 2010) on Burger Records

05:44PM Levni Yilmaz “Sunny Side Down” from Sunny Side Down (CD, Single)

05:46PM Maus Haus “Irregular Hearts” from Maus Haus (CD)

05:51PM Massive Attack “Inertia Creeps” from Mezzanine (MP3, Single, Private, 1998) on Virgin UK

05:57PM Lightning Bolt “Duel In the Deep” from Wonderful Rainbow (LP, Album, Private, 2003) on Load Records

KUSF In Exile 09.25.11 3-4 PM Doppia Fila

Doppia Fila: Italian Music and Culture around the Bay
Beppe Circana

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KUSF In Exile 09.25.11 1-3 PM Liquid Konspiracy DJ Emerald Koolant

An incendiary journey into the kool depths of humanity's collective unconscious like sol blending lights 'round planets of discontent'. A red glare of bubbling eclectic esoteric over ground soundscapes...

DJ's: Emerald Koolant and Phoenix Catsinger

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KUSF In Exile 09.25.11 1130-1230 PM Renters Radio

Tenants Together
California's Statewide Organization for Renters' Rights



Tenants Together is a nonprofit organization dedicated to defending and advancing the rights of California tenants to safe, decent and affordable housing. As California’s only statewide renters' rights organization, Tenants Together works to improve the lives of California’s tenants through education, organizing and advocacy. Tenants Together seeks to galvanize a statewide movement for renters’ rights.

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KUSF In Exile 09.25.11 10-1130 The Consortionist

Music with a Medieval Classical Twist

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Early Music Consort of London "Seuff aus und machs nit lang" from "The Triumphs of Maximillian I"
Choeurs de la chapelle royale "In convertendo" from "Triumphs of Maximillian I"
The Waverly Consort "Beatus Vir" from "Italia Mia"
New London Çonsort "Canzone y Canzona" from "Canzone Sonate e Toccate"
Glenn Gould "Fugue no. 8 for Organ" from "Bach: The Art of the Fugue"
Glenn Gould "Fugue no 9 for Organ" from "Bach: The Art of the Fugue"
The Camerata of London (Glenda Simpson) "Shall I Come, Sweet Love?" from "English Ayres and Duets"
Rick Wakeman "Jane Seymour" from "The Six Wives of Henri VIII"
Glenn Gould "Variation 15 Canon on the fifth" from "Bach: The Goldberg Variations (1955 Version)"
Glenn Gould "Variation 16 overture" from "Bach: The Goldberg Variations (1955 Version)"
Bells of St Peter's Abbey, Solemnes "Tolling Of The Bell" from "Sunday Vespers"
The Boston Camerata "De Tout le Mal" from "Pierre Certon"
Choeurs de la chapelle royale "Laboravi" from "Rameau"
Ensemble Chiaroscuro & Nigel Rogers "Interdette Speranz e van desio" from "Manieristische Madrigale"

KUSF In Exile 09.25.11 8-10 AM Whiskey Before Breakfast DJ Richard White

A two hour set of Folk, Acoustic, Flat Picking, Traditional, Bluegrass, Contemporary, and everything else related with waking up in a relaxed way to get the Sunday started off. Originally a radio show that was on WKSU, with Kerry Blech in the 70's, which led to the Folk Alley that we hear now.

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Here's the first Whiskey Before Breakfast for fall, so most of the first half of this show is devoted towards autumn songs. The second half is split up between lady singer-songwriters from the 1960's and early 1970's captured on a compilation titled Women Blue and some early '70's rock.

Nonetheless, I came across an all-female bluegrass band from Eugene, Oregon called Opal Creek, which I stumbled upon while listening to a fellow Internet DJ based out of the Northwest. Also, there is a new album by Tyler Ramsey, a singer-songwriter from Asheville, NC, called The Valley Wind, due to be released on the Fat Possum label this Tuesday, the 27th. I will open the show with these two acts.

Opal Creek "Going Up A Mountain" & "Summer" (both 2010)
Tyler Ramsey "The Nightbird" & "The Valley Wind" (new)

Tyler Ramsey "Autumn Moon" (2005)
Bridget St. John "Autumn Lullaby" (1969)
Vashti Bunyan "Autumn Leaves" (1964 demo)
Forest "Autumn Childhood" (1970)
Dorothy Carter "Autumn Song" (1978)
Moondog "Autumn" (1956)
The Skygreen Leopards "Belle Of The Woodman's Autumn Ball" (2005)
Roger Lewis "Autumn" (1981)
Devendra Banhart "Autumn's Child" (2004)
Joanna Newsom "Autumn" (2010)

Kathy Smith "What Nancy Knows" (1970)
Karen Beth "In The Morning" (1968)
Bonnie Koloc "Devil's Nine Questions" (1971)
Rosalie Sorrels "In The Quiet Country Of Your Eyes" (1967)
Susan Pillsbury "Heaven" (1973)
Judy Roderick "Someone To Talk My Troubles To" (1965)
Mary McCaslin "You Just Keep Me Hangin' On" (1969)
Leonda "Zono My Bird" (1968)

Mallard "One Day Once" (1975)
Capt. Beefheart & The Magic Band "Too Much Time" (1972)
The Byrds "Truck Stop Girl" (1970)
Little Feat "Brides Of Jesus" (1970)
Steppenwolf "Foggy Mountain Breakdown" (1970)
Mott The Hoople "Lay Down (Candles In The Rain)" (1971)
Quicksilver Messenger Service "Too Far" (1969)
Jackson Browne "My Opening Farewell" (1972)

KUSF In Exile 09.25.11 3-8 AM Rampage Radio Loren

RAMPAGE RADIO is a 6 hour Heavy Metal radio show founded by Howie Klein, Ian Kallen & Ron Quintana which has aired on KUSF 90.3 FM in San Francisco every weekend since 1982. The early years of Rampage featured the heaviest bands from the UK NWOBHM scene, Europe & the worldwide metal underground along with classic '70s bands and the roots of metal going back to the late '60s. Legendary artists such as Mercyful Fate, Yngwie Malmsteen & Metallica sent demo tapes, receiving their first airplay on this show when no one else was willing to take a chance, and we are proud to have introduced listeners to every new worthy development in metal that has emerged over the last 30 years. 2011 marks the beginning of our 4th decade of weekly broadcasts and we continue to play the latest non-commercial metal to an enthusiastic worldwide audience.

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Slayer "Haunting The Chapel"
Celtic Frost "In The Chapel In The Moonlight"
Memento Mori "Animal Magnetism"
Snoiprocs "Uoy Gnivol Llits"
Exodus "Downfall"
Exodus "'Til Death Do Us Part"
Exodus "Exodus"
Tchaikovsky "1812 Overture"
Death Angel "Voracious Souls"
Heathen "Opiate Of The Masses"
Midnight Chaser "Too Wild To Tame"
Saxon "Heavy Metal Thunder."
Deathhammer "Gates Of Hades"

April Wine "21st Century Schizoïd Man"
Huntress "Creeper"
Tchaikovsky "1812 Overture"
Solstice "The Sleeping Tyrant"
The Power Trio From Hell "Reach Out"
Brainoil "Death Of This Dry Season"
Premonition 13 "La Hechiera de la Jeringa"
Riot "Altar of the King"
Deep Purple "Burn"
Mercyful Fate "Angel Of Light"

Suck "21st Century Schizoïd Man"
Judas Priest "Island Of Dominationn"
Solitude Aeturnus "Plague Of Procreation"
Tchaikovsky "Slavonic March"
Exhumed "All Guts, No Glory"
Exhumed "As Hammer To Anvil"
Denial Fiend "Horror Holocaust"
Death Row "All Your Sins"
Loutallica "The Call Of The Pale Blue Eyes Of Ktulu"
Blind Illusion "Smash The Crystal"
The Lord Weird Slough Feg "The Red Branch"
Destroyer 666 "Satanic Speed Metal"
Future Tense "Nightmare"

Evolution "21st Century Schizoid Man"
Unholy Cadaver "On This Final Night"
Motorhead "Metropolis"
Sweet Savage "The Raid/The Ripper"
Tchaikovsky "Slavonic March"
Thin Lizzy "Killer On The Loose"
Thin Lizzy "Call The Police"
Diamond Head "Lightning to the Nations"
Buffalo "The Rumour"
Mercenary "Return Fight"

King Crimson "21st Century Schizoïd Man live"
Yeibichai "Left Hand Path"
Blood Ceremony "My Demon Brother"
Electric Sun "Just Another Rainbow"
Silver Mounttain "Vikings"
Tchaikovsky "Francesca da Rimini Op 32"
Tygers of Pan Tang "The Story So Far"
Ghost Tower "Blood Of The Black Witch"
Hell "Plague And Fyre"
Absu "Skrying In the Spirit Vision"
Midnight "Rip This Hell"
Grave "Into The Grave"
Inquisition "Upon the Fire Winged Demon"

Flower Travellin' Band "21st Century Schizoid Man"
Venom "Schizo"
Holocaust "Heavy Metal Mania"
Budgie "The Author"
Truth And Janey "Down The Road I Go"
Tchaikovsky "Francesca da Rimini Op 32"
Lecherous Gaze "Phase"
Atlantean Kodex "Temple of Katholic Magick"
Cathedral "Wheels Of Confusion"
Freeflight, The United States Air Force Band of the Golden Gate
"Double Vision"
Black Sabbath "Children of the Sea (Live Evil Version)"