KUSF In Exile 08.30.11 Noon-3 PM Guest Steve Lake of Zounds 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 08/30/2011 12:00PM to 03:00PM

12:01PM La Peste “Better Off Dead” from La Peste (LP) on Matador (USA)

12:05PM Buzzcocks “Harmony In My Head” from Operator's Manual

12:08PM Bobby Soxxx “Scavenger Of Death” from Scavenger Of Death (7 Inch, Single)

12:11PM Black Time “Fast Motorbike In The Kitchen” from More Songs About Motorcycles and Death (LP) on Wrench (UK)

12:13PM Predator “Bite” from Predator (LP, 2011) on Douchemaster

12:17PM The Sleaze “Called You Once” from Called You Once/ Retro Sexy In Blue (7 Inch) on Total Punk New

12:19PM Drugs Dragons “Staring Into The Blue Screen” from Milorganight EP (12 Inch, 2011) New

12:22PM Alex Cuervo “Two Broken Fingers” from 4-song Solo EP (7 Inch, Single, 2011) on Trouble In Mind Records New

12:25PM The Steppes “The Berat Drill” from The Berat Drill (7 Inch, Single)

12:27PM Terry Malts “I'm Neurotic” from I'm Neurotic - Single (2011) on Slumberland Local

12:30PM Night Control “Sculpt” from Life Control (2010) on Kill Shaman Records

12:36PM Timmy's Organism “Mind Over Matter” from split with John Wesley Coleman III (7 Inch, 2011) on Goner New

12:42PM Wheels On Fire “Looking At You” from Liar, Liar (CD, 2010) on ALIEN SNATCH RECORDS

12:45PM The Del-Vetts “Last Time Around” from Nuggets (CD) on Rhino

12:47PM The Konks “TV's Killing Me” from TV's Killing Me (7 Inch, 2011) on One Eye Open New

12:51PM Young Identities “Instant Feelings” from New Trends EP (7 Inch, 2011) on Shake Music New

12:53PM The Bats “Popgun” from Popgun (7 Inch, Single)

12:56PM The Coathangers “Sicker” from Larceny and Old Lace (LP, 2011) on Suicide Squeeze New

01:02PM Apache Dropout “I'm So Glad” from Apache Dropout (LP, 2011) on Family Vineyard New

01:04PM Hank IV “Bellyfull of Slugs” from Bellyfull of Slugs (7 Inch, Single, 2011) on SS Records Local, New

01:08PM Kid Congo & the Pink Monkey Birds “Bo Bo Boogaloo” from Gorilla Rose (LP, 2011) on In The Red New

01:12PM The Wipers “Romeo” from Romeo (LP, Single)

01:16PM UV Race “Nazicistic” from HoMo (LP, 2011) on In The Red New

01:19PM Steve Lake (Zounds) “live at KUSF in Exile” from live at KUSF in Exile (Other, Single, 2011) on KUSF In Exile — See Zounds live Sept 16 at thee Parkside and Sept 17 at 924 Gilman

01:56PM Zounds “Can't Cheat Karma” from The Curse of Zounds (CD, 2011) on Broken Rekkids — reissued for Zounds US tour

02:00PM Zounds “What Is It Worth” from The Redemption of Zounds (LP, 2011) on Broken Rekids New

02:04PM The Men “Lotus” from Leave Home (CD, 2010) on Sacred Bones (USA)

02:08PM Starfuckers “Love Me” from Metallic Diseases (LP, 2011) on Holy Mountain

02:12PM The Citizens “Satisfy The Citizens” from Satisfy The Citizens (7 Inch, Single)

02:15PM APB “Shoot You Down” from Live on WFMU 8/17/11 (Other) — live on Evan Funk Davies' WFMU radio show

02:19PM Brilliant Colors “'Round Your Way” from Again and Again (CD, 2011) on Slumberland Local, New

02:25PM Midnite Snaxxx “A Guy Like You” from A Guy Like You (7 Inch, Single, 2011) on Total Punk Local, New

02:27PM Bad Daddies “Not That Kind of Girlfriend” from Roman Polanski EP (7 Inch, 2011) on Finch Records New

02:29PM ARC “Bus Stop” from The Future Is Soon (LP, 2011) New

02:32PM Kids On A Crime Spree “To Mess With Dynamite” from We Love You So Bad (LP, 2011) on Slumberland Local, New

02:35PM Naked Raygun “Rat Patrol” from Throb Throb (CD, 1984) on Quarterstick Records

02:36PM The Vertex “Tonight The Sky Will Be Ours” from Tonight The Sky Will Be Ours (7 Inch, Single)

02:38PM Iceage “Broken Bone” from New Brigade (LP, 2010) on Tambourhinoceros

02:43PM White Mystery “SMOKE” from Blood & Venom (LP, 2011) on White Mystery New

02:46PM Ty Segall “Goodbye Bread” from Goodbye Bread (CD, 2011) on Drag City (USA) Local, New

02:49PM Bäddat För Trubbel “Inte Bocka Och Buga” from Iso 9004 - EP (7 Inch, 2011) on Kenrock

02:51PM Golden Staph “Sweaty Search” from golden staph (LP, 2011) on RIP Society (Australia)

02:54PM Love Boat “Pleased to be Gray” from Love Is Gone (CD, 2011) on ALIEN SNATCH RECORDS New

02:58PM R.E.M. “What If We Give It Away?” from Life's Rich Pageant (25th Anniversary Edition) (CD, 2011) on IRS — orig. released 1986

KUSF In Exile 08.30.11 9-Noon DJ Schmeejay

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KUSF In Exile 08.30.11 6-9 AM DJ Stevil

6-9 am The Stevil show is a moody collage of music that soothes and attacks your senses every Tuesday morning from 6 to 9 a.m.  If music is the language of the heart, then the Stevil show is hieroglyphics on the caverns of the aorta.

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KUSF In Exile 08.30.11 Midnight-3 AM Open Mind Music DJ Henry

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KUSF In Exile 08.29.11 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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22nd edition
29 August 2011

1. It's Howdy Doody Time
(Edward Kean)
Lester Bowie
The Great Pretender
Lester Bowie - trumpet
Hamiet Bluiett - baritone saxophone
Donald Smith - piano
Fred Williams - bass
Philip Wilson - drums

2. Mudfoot
(Blythe, Cherry, Freeman, Lightsey, McBee, Moye)
The Leaders
Lester Bowie - trumpet
Chico Freeman - tenor saxophone
Arthur Blythe - alto saxophone
Cecil McBee - bass
Kirk Lightsey - piano
Don Moye - drums

3. Fly Me To The Moon
(Bart Howard)
Roy Haynes
Out Of The Afternoon
Roland Kirk - tenor sax, stritch
Tommy Flanagan - piano
Henry Grimes - bass
Roy Haynes - drums

4. Dexterity
(Charlie Parker)
Art Ensemble of Chicago
Message To Our Folks
BYG Actuel
Lester Bowie - trumpet, percussion instruments
Roscoe Mitchell - alto sax, little instruments
Joseph Jarman - tenor sax, little instruments
Malachi Favors - bass, little instruments

5. Awake Nu
Don Cherry
Where Is Brooklyn?
Blue Note
Don Cherry - cornet
Pharoah Sanders - tenor sax
Henry Grimes - bass
Ed Blackwell - drums

6. Dream Stalker
(Abercrombie, Bowie, DeJohnette, Gomez)
Jack DeJohnette
New Directions
Jack DeJohnette – drums
John Abercrombie – guitar
Lester Bowie – trumpet
Eddie Gomez – bass

7. Urban Magic
a) March
b) Warm Night Blues Stroll
c) Down the Walkway
d) RM Express
(Art Ensemble of Chicago)
Art Ensemble of Chicago
Urban Bushmen
Lester Bowie - trumpet, bass drum, long horn
Malachi Favors Maghostut - bass, percussion, melodica
Joseph Jarman - saxophones, clarinets, bassoon, flutes, percussion
Roscoe Mitchell - saxophones, flute, percussion, clarinet
Don Moye - sun percussion

8. Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child
(trad., arr. Shepp)
Archie Shepp & Horace Parlan
Goin' Home
Archie Shepp - soprano sax
Horace Parlan - piano

KUSF In Exile 08.29.11 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 08.29.11 7-730 PM Folks Law Guest Ross Mirkarimi DJ Daniel Everett

Folk Law focuses on law and policy topics that affect the everyday people in our communities.  The prevailing view is that there are essentially two society's functioning side by side - one for tho who can afford legal and political representation, and one for those who cannot.  This program seeks to bridge that divide.  Folk Law does not give legal advice - but it does provide much needed insight and information concerning a myriad of civic and legal issues important to our listeners.
website: folklawradio.com
Producer and host:  Daniel Everett, Attorney at Law
California State Bar Number: 268967


Please tune in Monday evening, August 29th, to SF Weekly's "Best" radio station, KUSF-in-Exile; at www.wfmu.org/kusf.pls from 7:00 to 7:30 - for a live interview with Ross Mirkarimi, current District 5 Supervisor and Candidate for Sheriff.

The program will focus on efforts to improve re-entry programs in San Francisco; and the cost effectiveness of such programs given the City's economic downturn. Moreover, Supervisor Mirkarimi will give his insights on the changing role of the Sheriff's Department.

Folk Law also broadcasts every Sunday evening from 6:30 to 7:00 on television channel 29. As always, you can keep up to date with upcoming shows on the program's website at folklawradio.com and/or follow us on twitter. On the website, you can also listen to previous editions – including a candid interview with Coast Guard Rear Admiral, Frederick J. Kenney, who shared his views on the benefits of military service, and efforts towards diversifying our nation’s Armed Services.

KUSF In Exile 08.29.11 3-6 AM DJ Battleax

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