KUSF In Exile 01.09.12 6-9 AM DJ Jennifer Marie Joyce

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The Vortex (Music) with Jennifer Marie Joyce 01/09/2012 06:00AM to 09:00AM

06:01AM Tim Hecker “In the Fog I” from Ravedeath, 1972 (2011) on kranky

06:06AM Dirty Three “Black Tide” from Ocean Songs (1998) on Touch and Go Records

06:14AM Joe Walsh “The Confessor” from The Confessor

06:19AM Julia Mazawa “Each Clue” from Each Clue (Single)

06:22AM The Human League “Get Carter” from Dare (2003) on Virgin UK

06:39AM Foibles “Froomish Home Chemistry Set” from Solid Rock Baptist Church Rummage Sale (1998) on Crank & Rattle Records

06:40AM Foibles “ferris wheel trust fall” from two penny nails

06:40AM Atlanta Rhythm Section “SO INTO YOU” from Atlanta Rhythms (Rock, 2008) on Zenith Blue Records

06:42AM James Blake “Pan/Order” from Order / Pan - Single (2011) on Hemlock Recordings

06:46AM The Books “Enjoy Your Worries, You May Never Have Them Again” from Thought for Food (Remastered) (2011) on Temporary Residence Ltd.

06:51AM Kerrier District “Squaredance” from Fishing For Compliments

06:58AM Modeselektor “Suckerpin” from Suckerpin (Single)

07:17AM The Partridge Family “I Think I Love You” from Come On Get Happy! The Very Best of the Partridge Family (1974) on Arista/Legacy

07:20AM Sport Murphy “Dilletant Ball” from Willoughby (1999) on Kill Rock Stars

07:23AM Dewey Bergman “Capricorn the goat” from Your Horoscope In Music (LP, Album, Private)

07:25AM Las Dillys Sisters “Sometimes Good Guys Don't Wear White” from Pachuco Soul

07:27AM Justin Hines & the Dominoes “Rub Up, Push Up” from Club Ska '67

07:30AM Donovan “Changes” from Open Road

07:33AM Neutral Milk Hotel “Up And Over We Go” from Amazing Phantom Third Channel (7 Inch, Single, Private)

07:35AM Bo Diddley “Pills” from The Essential Bo Diddley (2000) on Spectrum

07:38AM Donner Party “When I Was A Baby” from Donner Party

07:40AM Trio “Ja Ja Ja” from Trio (LP, Album, Private)

07:43AM Minders “Yeah Yeah Yeah” from Hooray For Tuesday (CD, Album, Private)

07:46AM Ginny Arnell “Dumb Head” from Growing Up Too Fast (CD, Comp, Private)

07:49AM Barbarians “Moulty” from Barbarians (CD, Comp, Private)

07:52AM Kristy McNichol “Pumpin' & Blowin'” from The Pirate Movie

KUSF In Exile 01.09.12 3-6 AM DJ Battleax

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KUSF In Exile 01.09.12 Midnight-3 AM The Music Room DJ Nathalie

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the music room (Music) with nathalie 01/09/2012 12:00AM to 03:00AM

12:03AM Dub Syndicate “The Show Is Coming” from Tunes from the missing chanel (LP) on on u sound

12:06AM Pastor Mbhobo “Ayobaness” from Ayobaness! The Sound of South African House (CD, 2010)

12:09AM Omar Souleyman “Hafer gabrak bidi” from Jazzera nights (CD, 2010) on Sublime Frequencies

12:12AM Lumerians “Black Tusk” from Transmalinnia (2011) on Knitting Factory Records, Inc

12:16AM The Soft Moon “Circles” from S/t (CD, 2010)

12:30AM Bronze “Parallels” from Copper (LP, 2011) on Rvng

12:33AM Menace Ruine “The Upper Hand” from Union of irreconcilables (CD, 2010)

12:36AM Grimoon “Amour” from Super 8 (2010) on 500 Records

12:41AM Moon Duo “ESCAPE” from Escape (LP, Rock, 2010) on Sick Thirst

12:47AM Barbara “Pierre” from Pierre (LP, Single)

12:50AM Barbara “L'aigle noir” from L'aigle noir (LP, Single)

12:53AM François de Roubaix “Repetition” from L'homme orchestre (bande originale de film) (1970) on Sunnyside / Confluences

12:56AM The Fall “Monocard” from Ersatz GB (2011) on Cherry Red Records

01:04AM Praed “8 gega” from Made In Japan (2011) on Annihaya

01:07AM La La Vasquez “Horror Stories” from La La Vasquez / Neonates split EP (2011) on onec records

01:09AM Fela Kuti “Suffering and smiling” from Music is the weapon of future (CD)

01:12AM The Launchers (Yuzo Kayama) “Black sand beach” from Black sand beach (Single)

01:15AM The Launchers (Yuzo Kayama) “Crazy driving” from Crazy driving (Single)

01:18AM The Tornadoes “Bustin' Surfboards” from Surf-Music (2010) on ZYX Music

01:21AM The Lively Ones “Surf Rider” from Surf Rider! (Rock, 2004) on Rhino

01:24AM THE BEACH BOYS “Little Honda” from The Very Best of the Beach Boys (2001) on Capitol Catalog

01:26AM Justin Heathcliff “You all should...” from Love & Peace = パラダイス - EP

01:29AM Speed, Glue & Shinki “Run And Hide” from Speed, Glue & Shinki (2011) on Start Entertainments Limited

01:34AM The Swans “Eden prison” from My father will guide me up a rope to the sky (LP, 2010) on Young God

01:37AM Shelley Hirsch “The Vidzer family” from States

01:40AM PJ Harvey “On Battleship Hill” from Let England Shake (CD, Album, Rock, 2011) on Vagrant Records (US)

01:44AM Ricardo Villalobos & Max Loderbauer “Retikhiy” from Re: ECM (2011) on ECM (Germany)

01:50AM Circle “Se jonka nimea ei mainata” from live (LP) on ektrorecords

01:53AM Demdike Stare “Matilda's Dream” from Liberation thru hearing vinyl

01:56AM Axel Bartsch “kiss” from kiss (Single)

KUSF In Exile 01.08.12 10-Midnight PM Caught Up DJ The Chair

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Caught UP! with The Chair
Sunday 1/8/12 10PM- Midnight

Ask The Devil- Laurent Garnier featuring Marks Howard
There’s A Rumour- Donna Summer
Waarrewaar- Tropical Treats
Spanish Hustle- Original Tropicana Steel Drum Band (Kon re-edit)
You Know How To Love Me- Phyllis Hyman
Get Down- Connie Case
Valley Style (Billie Jean) - ?
Get Dancin’- Disco Tex and the Sexollettes feat. Sir Monti Rock III
Blind- Hercules & Love Affair (Frankie Knuckles Rmx)
Battle For Middle You- Julio Bashmore
I’ve Been Searching- Art & Craft (Walter Gibbons Rmx)

Brazilian Rhyme- Earth Wind & Fire (Danny Krivit Re-edit)
Teardrops- Womack and Womack
Ring My Bell- Anita Ward
Wake Up And Make Love To Me- Ian Drury
O Je Suis Seul- West India Company (Orb Rmx)
Jellyfish- Danny Breaks
Remind Me- Patrice Rushen
Arianita- Quantic and His Combo Barbaro
This Time Baby- Jackie Moore
Black Monolith- Starkey
Technova- Tova Tei

KUSF In Exile 01.08.12 8-10 PM The Cotton Exchange DJ David Katznelson

Blues like you want to hear....


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The Saints-Precious Bryant
Willie Poor Boy-Mance Lipscomb
Soon My Work Will All Be Done-Rev. Gary Davis (with wife, Annie)
Someday Baby-Otis Spann (and Fleetwood Mac)
My Babe-Bo Diddley, Howlin Wolf & Little Walter
Goin’ Away Baby-R L Burnside
It’s Love Baby-Earl Gaines
Shake It Baby-Jesse Mae Hemphill
Drop Down Mama-Sleepy John Estes & Hammie Nixon
Sending Up My Timber-Blind Willie McTell
Sun Going Down-Son House
Back Door Man-T-Model Ford (produced by Jim Dickinson)
Jumper On The Line-R L Boyce
Meet Me In The City-Junior Kimbrough
Sho Is Hot-Tampa Red’s Hokun Jug Band
It Hurt’s Me Too-Tampa Red
Kingfish Blues-Tampa Red
Let Me Play With Your Poodle-Tampa Red
It’s Tight Like That-Tampa Red
Pretty Baby Blues-Tampa Red
She’s Mine, She’s Yours-Eddie Lee Jones
Railroad Blues-Lum Guffin
Texas Blues-Jesse Thomas
Boom Boom-John Lee Hooker
Rollin’ & Tumblin’-Muddy Waters
Pet Cream Man-J B Hutto & The Hawks
Shake Your Hips-Slim Harpo
Checking On My Baby-Otis Rush
I See My Baby-Elmore James

KUSF In Exile 01.08.12 6-8 PM Spotlight Dada DJ Nikolai Sadikogli

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Dada was founded in 1916 in Zurich at the Cabaret Voltaire by Hugo
Ball and an international group of avant-garde artists that included
Emmy Hennings, Raoul Hausmann, Richard Huelsenbeck, Jean Arp, Sophie
Tauber, Tristan Tzara, and Marcel Janco. Together, they published
small magazines and conducted raucous evenings that involved wearing
home-made costumes, reciting nonsensical sound poetry, singing and
performing. Their art was intended to provoke, challenge, and ridicule
the European culture that caused World War I.

The spirit of Dada extended beyond the group in Zurich. The artists
eventually dispersed back to Paris, Berlin, Cologne, etc., where they
continued to pursue absurd and antagonistic activities in
collaboration with other artists, such as Francis Picabia, Hans
Richter, Erik Satie, John Heartfield, and George Grosz. The Spotlight
will also feature precursors Raymond Roussel and Alfred Jarry, who
were appropriated by Dada, as well as the related avant-garde
activities of Marcel Duchamp and Kurt Schwitters’ Merz poetry. For
more information, see http://www.dada-companion.com.

KUSF In Exile 01.08.12 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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Dilinja: Nasty Ways
Flaco: Punta las Marias
Ladytron: Playgirl
Eurythmics: Julia (1984 sdtr. For he love of Big Brother)
Santogold: You'll Find a Way
Them: Hey Girl
Debbie Harry: Buckle Up (rock bird)
Joe Williams: Kansas City Blues (Everyday)
Memphis Slim: Born in Memphis, Tennessee/Chicago (The Blue Memphis Suite)
Yezda Urfa: tota in the Moya
Beach Fossils: Vacation (Captured tracks)
Tom Waits: New Years Eve (Bad As Me: Deluxe Version)
Light Asylum: Dark Allies
Topr: Grind House feat. Z Man (The Marathon of Shame)
Huggybear: Nu song (Catcall) kill rock stars
Audacity: Power Drowning (Power Drowning)
LSD & the Search for God: Backwards (s/t)
Steve Martin: Vegas/Let's Get Small (Let's Get Small)
Bauhaus: In Fear of Fear (1979:83 vol. 2)
Ruins: Alone excerpt from '06 show
Congo Natty: Champion DJ original mix
Sebadoh: #3 on side 2 (Gimme Indie rock 45)

KUSF In Exile 01.08.12 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 01.08.12 10-1130 The Consortionist

Music with a Medieval Classical Twist

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the consortionist (Music) with dj schmeejay 01/08/2012 10:00AM to 11:30AM

10:13AM Dominique Visse & Ensemble Clément Janequin “L'eau va viste en s'escoulant” from Paschal de L'Estocart: Octonaires de la Vanité Du Monde (LP, Classical, 1983) on harmonia mundi — 16th c

10:16AM Jorgen Ernst Hansen “Praeludium Pedaliter” from Masterworks for Organ Vol 3 (LP) on Nonesuch — Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck

10:19AM Dominique Visse & Ensemble Clément Janequin “Mondain, Si Tu Le Sçais, Dis Moy” from Paschal de L'Estocart: Octonaires de la Vanité Du Monde (LP, Classical, 1983) on harmonia mundi — 16th c

10:22AM Clemencic Consort “L'Arboscello Ballo Furlano” from Danses de la Renaissance (LP) on Harmonina Mundi — Pierre Phalese (16th c)

10:25AM Schola Hungarica “Magyar szentek - Imre- Ave flos nobilium - Magnificat-antifona” from Hungaria Sacra (Hungaroton Classics) (LP, Classical, 1987) on HUNGAROTON

10:27AM Studio Der Fruhen Musik “A chanter m'er de so qu'eu no volria” from Chansons der Troubadors (LP) on Das Alte Werk — 12th c

10:30AM Jan Akkerman “Minstrel/Farmer's Dance” from Profile (LP) on Wounded Bird — 20th c

10:33AM Clemencic Consort “L'esperance de bourbon” from Basses Danses et Chansons (LP, Single) on harmonia mundi

10:36AM Clemencic Consort “Sans Faire” from Basses Danses et Chansons (LP, Single) on harmonia mundi

10:39AM Clemencic Consort “La Franchoise Nouvelle” from Basses Danses et Chansons (LP, Single) on harmonia mundi

10:42AM Clemencic Consort “Roti Boully Ioeulx” from Basses Danses et Chansons (LP, Single) on harmonia mundi

10:45AM Julian Bream “Pavane” from Lute Music from the Royal Courts of Europe (LP, 1967) on RCA Red Seal — Ferabusco 16th c

10:48AM Gothic Voices “O, Jerusalem” from A Feather on the Breath of God (LP) on Hyperion — Hildegard 11th c

10:51AM Glenn Gould “Fugue No. 3” from Bach: Art of the Fugue (LP) on Columbia (USA) — 17th c

10:54AM Rick Wakeman “Catherine Parr” from The Six Wives of Henri VIII (LP, Rock, 1972) on A&M

10:57AM Alfred Deller “Deuxieme Lecon” from Francois Couperin Lecons de Tenebres (CD) on harmonia mundi — 18th c

11:00AM Studio Der Fruhen Musik “Saltarello” from Fruhe Musik (LP) on Das Alte Werk — Anon 14th c

KUSF In Exile 01.08.12 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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Happy Birthday, Elvis!

Having no fun with Elvis on stage (Vegas, September 1, 1974)

Elvis covers:

Unknown karaoke singer "See See Rider" (June 28 entry of WFMU's 365 Days Project, 2003 edition)
A Bunch "Don't Be Cruel" (1972)
John Cale "Heartbreak Hotel" (1974)
Annette Peacock "Love Me Tender" (1972)
John Lennon & Plastic Ono Band "Blue Suede Shoes" (1969)
Eilert Pilarm "Jailhouse Rock" (2001)
Phil Ochs "Elvis Presley Medley" (1970)

Songs made famous by Elvis as rendered by the songwriters themselves.

Big Mama Thornton "Hound Dog" (1952) (actually written by Lieber & Stoller, but was orig. recorded by Thornton)
Arthur Crudup "That's All Right" & "My Baby Left Me" (both 1946)
Bill Monroe "Blue Moon Of Kentucky" (1954)
Roy Brown "Good Rockin' Tonight" (1947)
Junior Parker "Mystery Train" (1953)
Carl Perkins "Blue Suede Shoes" (1956)
Otis Blackwell "Let Me Be Your Teddy Bear" & "All Shook Up" (both 1958)
Mac Davis "In The Ghetto" (1970)
Bob Dylan "Tomorrow Is A Long Time" (1963)
Dennis Linde "Burning Love" (1973)
Jerry Chesnutt "T-R-O-U-B-L-E" (1975)

Part three is the complete, unabridged Having Fun With Elvis On Stage (1974)

Frank Zappa "Elvis Has Just Left The Building" (1988)
Gillian Welch "Elvis Presley Blues" (2001)

KUSF In Exile 01.08.12 2-8 AM Rampage Radio DJ Tonus

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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KUSF In Exile 01.08.12 1-2 AM Swamphell DJ Swamplord

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Hello all! My name is Andrew Noerr, and I am a DJ here on KUSF in Exile. I am a freshman at the University of San Francisco, and I have always been interested in radio/TV broadcasting. Because of that, I chose to be a media studies major. Music and sports are my main interests, and music is what I am pursuing on the radio side.

I have a show on KUSF in Exile titled "Swamphell", and my name on the air is DJ Swamplord. The show airs from 1-2 a.m. late Saturday nights/Sunday mornings, and it actually is a very intense heavy metal show! I feel that it works well airing right before the famous Rampage Radio show that airs from 2-8 a.m. My focus is to shed light on the many great foreign bands on the metal scene, which also means that I will not be playing many bands from the United States. The genres that I play are 50% folk metal and 50% a combination of black and death metal. A fun thing I do for this show is that I am willing to play metal from all around the world, as metal is actually a very prevalent genre of music in many areas. One can realize this if they tune in to my show, so support me and give this a chance! Thanks for all the support!

Intro: Nokturnal Mortum – Black Moon Overture
Varg – Sehnsucht
Nothgard – Victory
Minas Morgul – Rasse Mensch
Asmegin – Hiertebrand
Catamenia – The Ancient
Prarod – Prarod
Children of Bodom – Everytime I Die
Finntroll – The God that Failed (Metallica cover)
Borknagar – My Friend of Misery (Metallica cover)

KUSF In Exile 01.07.12 8-11 PM Mort Garson on Fermata DJ Stevil

A fermata (also known as a hold, pause, colloquially a birdseye, or as a grand pause when placed on a note or a rest) is an element of musical notation indicating that the note should be sustained for longer than its note value would indicate. Exactly how much longer it is held is up to the discretion of the performer or conductor, but twice as long is not unusual. It is usually printed above, but occasionally below (upside down), the note that is to be held longer. Occasionally holds are also printed above rests or barlines, indicating a pause of indefinite duration.
This symbol appears as early as the 15th century, and is quite common in the works of Dufay and Josquin.

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Best regards from the members of
KUSF in Exile

Fermata (Music) with Stevil 01/07/2012 08:00PM to 11:00PM

Mort Garson “Pisces” from Cosmic Sounds

Mort Garson “Blue Poppy” from The Wozard of Iz

Mort Garson “Concerto for Philodendron and Pothos” from Plantasia

Mort Garson “Exorcism” from Black Mass

Mort Garson “Capricorn” from Cosmic Sounds

Mort Garson “Ode to An African Violet” from Plantasia

Mort Garson “AQUARIUS” from Cosmic Sounds

Mort Garson “Three-Five-Zero-Zero” from Hair Pieces

Mort Garson “The Philosopher's Stone” from Black Mass

Mort Garson “Sagittarius” from Cosmic Sounds

Mort Garson “Good Morning Starshine” from Hair Pieces

Mort Garson “Solomon's Ring” from Black Mass

Mort Garson “Cancer” from Cosmic Sounds

Mort Garson “Symphony for a Spider Plant” from Plantasia

Mort Garson “Big Sur” from The Wozard of Iz

Mort Garson “Rhapsody in Green” from Plantasia

Mort Garson “Incubus” from Black Mass

Pierre Henry “EROTICA” from Dance Machine

Pierre Henry “Fluidite Et Mobilite D'un Larsen” from Messe Pour Le Temps Present

Pierre Henry “Tam Tam De La Source” from Machine Dance

Pierre Henry “Divinites Paisibles” from Mess Pour Le Temps Present

Pierre Henry “Dance Electronitque” from Machine Dance

Pierre Henry “Titre - Révélation” from Apocalypse de St. Jean

Pierre Henry “Exorcism” from Machine Dance

Pierre Henry “Le Couple” from Mess Pour Le Temps Present

Pierre Henry “Jerico Jerk” from Mass for the Present Time

Pierre Henry “Le Voyage (extract)” from Mass for the Present Time

Pierre Henry “Messe Pour Le Temps Present: Prologue” from Messe Pour Le Temps Present

Pierre Henry “Messe Pour Le Temps Present: Psyche Rock” from Messe Pour Le Temps Present

Pierre Henry “Messe Pour Le Temps Present: Teen Tonic” from Messe Pour Le Temps Present

Pierre Henry “Messe Pour Le Temps Present: Too Fortiche” from Messe Pour Le Temps Present

Pierre Henry “Jean à Patmo” from Apocalypse de St. Jean

Pierre Henry “Le Trône” from Apocalypse de St. Jean

Pierre Henry “Le Livre” from Apocalypse de St. Jean

Pierre Henry “Les Quatre Cavaliers” from Apocalypse de St. Jean

Pierre Henry “Les ames crient” from Henry: Apocalypse de Jean

Pierre Henry “Sacrfice” from Machine Dance

Pierre Henry “Danse Des Fausses Bouteilles” from Machine Dance

KUSF In Exile 01.07.12 6-8 PM Turkish Cultural Show

"A program in English about music and culture of Turks, with a summary of newsworthy developments,"

Ahmet Toprak, Ates Murat Temeltas, Fuad Tokad

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KUSF In Exile 01.07.12 5-6 PM Francofun DJ Zoé

A Crossroads for all things new of interest to the French speaking community. Featuring new music, life style, cultural events and interviews. Program is hosted both in French and English. Keep up-to-date with Franco Fun: Twitter francofun, blog address francofun.wordpress.com, or email farikusf (@) yahoo.com

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1. Francofun - Intro - [San Antonio & DJ Zoé] - 2011
2. Cut Killer - On Veut Me Shooter Comme Dans Heat (Intro) - [Cut Killer Show #12] - 1999
3. F.F.F. - Le Pire Et Le Meilleur - [Le Pire et le Meilleur] - 1996
4. Carte De Séjour - Douce France - [Carte De Séjour] - 1986
5. Charles Aznavour - Quand Elle Chante - [The Best Of Paris] - 1999
6. Jacques Dutronc - Les Plays Boys - [Jacques Dutronc] - 1966
7. Dominique A - La Fin D'un Monde - [Le Pop 5 - Les Chansons De La Nouvelle Scène Française] - 2009
8. Violaine - J'Ai des Problèmes Décidément - [Femmes de Paris, Vol. 1] - 2002
9. Saez - Fils De France - [??] - ??
*LE MAG*M*X* : 10. Elli Médeiros - Toi Mon Toit - [Radio 80] - 2001
10. Joséphine Baker - Si J'Étais Blanche - [1925 - 1933: La Grande Vie: Oublier La Crise (Chantons Français)] - 2001
11. Saïan Supa Crew - Darkness - [KLR] - 2000
12. Benny B - Frère - [Daddy K, Perfect et Moi] - 1992
13. 113 & Doudou Masta - Truc De Fou - Cut Killer Show #12] - 1999
*LE 1/4 D'HEURE AMÉRICAIN* : 14. Tahiti 80 - Puzzle - [Puzzle] - 1999

// BACKGROUND // Flairs & Riad Sattouf - Poursuite ! - [Les beaux gosses (Bande Originale Du Film)] - 2009

KUSF in Exile 01.07.12 430 to 5 PM Samedi Culture

Cultural News and Music from the French Speaking Community. Featuring interviews with French speaking personalities, special guests, and new music. Broadcast in French, hosted by the French Cultural Services; this program is sponsored by the French American Cultural Society.


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KUSF In Exile 01.07.12 4-430 PM The Pastor Tom Show

The Pastor Tom Show

Personal Growth and development specialist Dr. Tom Polcari brings aboard topics that are too hot to handle by other stations. Regular listeners weekly come from every age, sex, and ethnic background. The music will consistently surprise and delight. Producer and host, Dr. Tom Polcari.

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KUSF In Exile 01.07.12 2-4 PM Roll Call DJ Margaret Tedesco

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Roll Call: Bay Area Arts and Culture

ENRIQUE, 1989–1999
From “Above And Beyond The Valley Of The Ultra-Showgirls”
(You Got) That Certain Something
Arms & Legs

From “Cut The Cheese”
Mechanical Bull
Brad (The Red Hot Lover)
Supermarket Samba
Total Eclipse Out Of Hell
Orange Juice
Do It In The Dirt

About ENRIQUE band and musical productions (artist Jason Mecier’s is one of the brain child's behind this project) Born out of a go-go dancing duo in San Francisco, with the same name, Enrique, the 70’s inspired post-punk art-rock band played their first gig opening for the Average White Band’s reunion tour. Enrique went on to play in SF and across the country, always featuring their signature dance moves, game show inspired prize give-a-ways and large scale production numbers, including a chorus of dancing amazons, space battles and more than enough pelvic thrusts to keep the crowds coming back for more. The group performed a mix of cover songs, including “Hot Child in the City”, “Hell is for Children”, the theme from “The Rose” and even “A Little Bit Country/A Little Bit Rock-N-Roll” from the Donny and Marie Show; as well as originals like “Hair Pie”, “Calgon Take Me Away” and their college radio hit, “I’ve Fallen and I Can’t Get Up”. There is no one story as to why exactly Enrique broke up, but Yoko Ono has often been blamed. To this day, legend has it, that on a full moon you can often see the many past member of the legendary group, now spread around the globe, feasting on Hostess snack cakes and frantically gyrating their hips to the distant rhythm of that one person left on Earth still using Suzanne Somer’s Thigh Master. *Some of the member’s of Enrique went on to be the Whoa Nellies (www.whoanellies.com).

Dj Margaret is joined by long-time San Francisco residents, artist and director ADAM JAY ANSELL and artist JASON MECIER on their practice, collaborations, and Adam’s current production RAT CREEK which premieres Wednesday January 11 through Sunday January 15 in San Francisco’s at the Exit Theatre.

In the twenty years that visual artist ADAM JAY ANSELL has been a theater director, he has developed a unique ability to coax original plays from any group of people, from preschoolers to transgender seniors in recovery. Adam’s poetic, painterly experimental performances that resemble plays, draw on his varied artistic background which includes theater, installation, writing, fashion, music, and painting. His passion and long-term vision is to continue to meld disadvantaged communities that have previously been ignored in the arts with the arts community, taking community theater and creating fine art. Adam also makes daring paintings that take the viewer into a bizarre and bold-colored world that may be identifiable. Adam’s edgy high fashion paintings are filled with contradictions: rugged and delicate, improvisational and meditational, spontaneous and labored, passionate and empty.

A broken tale that trickles under the plastic welcome mats of a mobile home community. Listen as ordinary rigmarole scutters through the rank layers of muck, liquor, hairspray, and other chemicals. The riffraff skips awkwardly upstream, mumbling secrets, as the sewer of time randomly plops everyone into place. At Rat Creek, a reluctant janitor reads the trash. Stumbling down the alley, a used-car salesman passes a night nurse selling pills to a drunken brute. The bartender is barren. She wretchedly hunts for a baby, while a pageant daughter dreams of being Miss America. On the bank, a neighbor lady dumps her garbage. They’re all obliviously making an ideal playground for the rats. With its compelling cast and stylish production, Rat Creek crudely charts out an underground world. The script was generated by the ensemble using round-robin exquisite corpse language exercises, and then methodically collaged together by the director into a sense that was there all along. This new language challenges conventional ideas of authorship and narrative. Speculative fiction or political science? Ratman will tap into the network and get back to you on that.

Visual artist JASON MECIER, who gives new meaning to celebrity junk has spent over the last decade creating outrageous 3-D mosaic portraits from the celebrity trash of his favorite pop culture icons. Each portrait is created from objects such as make-up, candy, pills, food, condoms, and discarded junk donated from the drawers of the stars themselves! Celebrities include: Phyllis Diller, Elvira, Rosie O’Donnell, Farrah Fawcett, Pink, Mary-Louise Parker, Amy Sedaris, George Lopez, Parker Posey, Ricki Lake, RuPaul, Margaret Cho, Florence Henderson, Scissor Sisters, the Go-Go’s, Morgan Fairchild, Kathy Najimy, Barbi Benton, Tura Satana, Susan Tyrrell, Stepfanie Kramer, Joan Van Ark, Heidi Fleiss, and Paris Hilton! Jason’s artwork is featured in the new Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Book; Prepare to be Shocked!, and Taschen’s Illustration Now Portraits! Other clients include Wrigley’s, Ford, Quaker, Albertsons, The Food Network, Neiman Marcus, Aveeno, Corona, MTV, W Hotel, Rolling Stone, Showtime, Entertainment Weekly, People, Harpers, Seventeen, Nickelodeon, Cosmo Girl, Details, Soap Opera Weekly, The Advocate, The Village Voice and The New York Times. Jason hopes to one day trade art with Marilyn Manson, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Jane Seymore, and Yoko Ono. In 2008 a short film was produced by director Sari Staver titled Celebrity Trash: The Art of Jason Mecier. Jason’s work had been shown internationally.

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KUSF In Exile 01.07.12 Noon-2 PM Cowboy in Exile DJ Jim Levine

Classical music-all forms, all eras, performed by groups of all sizes.
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Grace Williams/4 Ballads for Orchestra
BBC SO/Bronnimann

Erich Korngold/Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 35
BBC SO/Belohlavek/Andrew Haveron, Violin (25:36)

Franz Schubert/Piano Sonata in A Minor D. 784
Howard Shelley, Pn. (21:26)

Edward Elgar/Piano Quintet in A Minor Op. 84
Maggini String Quartet/Peter Donohoe, Pn. (36:03)

W. A. Mozart/Six Variations in G Minor on the French Song
"Alas, I Lost My Lover"
Takako Nishizaki, Violin; Benjamin Loeb, Piano (11:15)