KUSF In Exile 04.01.12 10-1130 The Consortionist

Music with a Medieval Classical Twist

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Daur Dosibiyev "Bir Bala" from "Tulpan (Film)" on Zeitgeist Films -- Traditional Kazakh Folk Song
Mechlin Carillons "Toon Van Balkom" from "Toon Van Balkom" on Philipps -- 10"
Studio Der Fruhen Musik "A Chanter M'er de so qu'eu no Volria" from "Chansons der Troubadors" on Das Alte Werk -- Comtessa de Dia 13th c
Mahabbat Turganbayeva "Untitlted" from "Tulpan (Film)" on Zeitgeist Films -- Traditional Kazakh Folk Song
Kronos Quartet "Sunrise of the Planetary Dream Collector" from "Terry Riley: Cadenza oon the Night Plain" on Teldec (Germany) -- Terry Riley 20th c
The Roger Blanchard Ensemble "Magnificat Septimi Toni" from "Music from the Chapel of Philip II of Spain" on Nonesuch -- Cristobal de Morales 16th c
Hafler Trio "Cromnyomancy" from "Megentropy" on Anckarstrom -- 20th c
Colin Tilney "Pavana Chromatica: Mrs Ketherin Tregian's Paven" from "Early Keyboard Music" on Oryx -- Wm Tisdall 16th c
Deller Consort "Sfogava" from "Madrigal Masterpieces" on Vanguard -- Monteverdi 16th c
David Sylvian "Ancient Evening" from "Words with the Shaman" on Virgin UK -- 20th c
Deller Consort "Lecon et Repons de l'Office des Morts" from "Chant Gregorien" on harmonia mundi -- 8th c anon
Mahabbat Turganbayeva "Untitled" from "Tulpan (Film)" on Zeitgeist Films -- Traditional Kazakh Folk Song
Silver Apples "Whirley Bird" from "Silver Apples" on Geffen
Early Music Consort of London "Entlaubet ist der Walde" from "The Triumphs of Maximillian I" on Decca -- Senfl

KUSF In Exile 04.01.12 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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Bob & Ron Copper "Spencer The Rover" (1955)
Harry Cox "The Female Drummer" (ca. 1955)
Scan Tester "Waltz" (ca. 1960)
Walter Pardon "The Trees They Do Grow High" (ca. 1975)
Ewan MacColl & Peggy Seeger "Glasgow Peggy" (1959)
Frankie Armstrong "The Maid On The Shore" (1966)
Steeleye Span "When I Was On Horseback" (1971)

Dave Evans "Shebeg An Shemor" (1979)
Gill Burns "Give Me Your Hand" (1978)
Matt Baldwin "Anji" (2006)
Greg Davis "Curling Pond Woods" (2008)
Jesse Sparhawk "Light Cycle/Tetrahedra" (2007)
Ben Reynolds "Death Sings" (2009)

Simon & Garfunkel "April Come She Will" (1965)
Leo Kottke "Standing In My Shoes" (1971)
The Byrds "Yesterday's Train" (1970)
Country Funk "If I Find A Way (Song Of Love)" (1970)
Mott The Hoople "The Original Mixed Up Kid" (1971)
Rosalie Sorrels "In The Quiet Country Of Your Eyes" (1967)
Tim Dawe "Nothing At All" (1969)
Velvet Underground "Jesus" (1969)
Country Joe & The Fish "Mara" (1970)

Donovan "Someone's Singing" (1967)
Kaleidoscope "Black Fjord" (1967)
Nirvana "St. John's Wood Affair" (1968)
Spirogyra "Time Will Tell" (1971)
Comus "Song To Comus" (1971)

The Sallyangie "Twilight" (1968)

KUSF In Exile 04.01.12 2-8 AM Hours Rampage Radio DJ Shaxul

RAMPAGE RADIO is a 6 hour Heavy Metal radio show founded by Howie Klein, Ian Kallen & Ron Quintana which aired on KUSF 90.3 FM in San Francisco every weekend from March 6,  1982 until January 16, 2011 and continues to appear weekly on KUSF In Exile. 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 to Rampage in the early '80s, 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. Rampage Radio is now into it's 4th decade of weekly broadcasts and we continue to play non-commercial metal to an enthusiastic worldwide audience.

1st Three Hours

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2nd Three Hours

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Winger - Seventeen
David Lee Roth - Just Like Paradise
Madam X - Reserve the Right to Rock
Steeler - Born to Rock
Stryper - Free
Richard Cheese - War Ensemble
Rainbow - Temple of the King
Onslaught - Flame of the Antichrist
Massacre - Mutilated
Razor - Take this Torch
Sodom - Iron Fist
Motorhead - Whiplash
Manowar - Power of the Sword

Pat Obrian (Cannibal Corpse) interview
Cannibal Corpse - Demented Aggression
Cannibal Corpse - Skewered from Ear to Ear
Cannibal Corpse - Dead Human Collection
Cannibal Corpse - gallery of suicide
Cannibal Corpse - Pulverised
Cannibal Corpse - Exorcist

Cannibal Corpse - Covered with Sores
Cannibal Corpse - A Skull Full of Maggots
Body Count - Voodoo
Mystifier - The Witch Poison Recited our gloat
Morbid Angel - World of Shit
Bethlehem - The Eleventh Commandment
Slayer - Spill the Blood
UFO - Rock Bottom (Live)

Type O Negative - Summer Breeze
Metallica - Fade to Black (slow)
Avenger - Hot and Heavy Express (slow)
Reverend Bizarre - Doomsower
Black Flag - Rise Above
Saint Vitus - The Troll
Kiss - Rockin in the USA

Mercyful Fate - Nuns have no Fun
Pagan Altar - Pagan Altar
Helstar - Face of the Wicked
Coroner - Nosferatu
Coroner - Masked Jackal
Manilla Road - Children of the Night
Rush - Anthem
Angus - Heavy Weight Warrior
Majesty - Heavy Metal Desire
Montrose - I got the Fire

Trouble - Psychotic Reaction
Ratt - You think your Tough
Isengard - I Kamp Med Kviteckrist
Dissection - Somberlain
Cirith Ungol - Black Machine
Saxon - Motorcycle Man
Heaven and Hell - Rock and Roll Angel
Insanity - Dread the Dawn
Kyuss - gardenia
Ozzy - No More Tears
Ramones - Surfin Bird
Scorpions - Virgin Killer

KUSF In Exile 04.01.12 1-2 AM Swamphell DJ Swamplord

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Obscurity – Nach Asgard wir reiten
Die Saat – Thuringia
Kalmah – Evil in You
Cave Growl – Sons of War
Metsatöll – Sõjasüda
Thrudvangar – Am Ende Eines Fjords
Thyrfing – Hednaland
Primordial – God’s Old Snake
TrollfesT – Jevnes Med Jorden

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!

KUSF In Exile 03.31.12 11-1 AM PM Saturday Night Rockers English Pound Radio

From Kingston to London and beyond … jammin’ reggae radio
Bob Loney (the Humble Lion) Colin Broomfield (Brixton Hitman) English Pound radio


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KUSF In Exile 03.31.12 8-11 PM Fermata DJ Fari

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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KUSF In Exile 03.31.12 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 03.31.12 5-6 PM Francofun DJ Fari

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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KUSF In Exile 03.31.12 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 03.31.12 430 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 03.31.12 2-4 PM Roll Call DJ Margaret Tedesco

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Roll Call: Bay Area Arts and Culture

Peter Gordon & Love Of Life Orchestra: That Hat
Sound excerpt from Michelle Handelman’s for the film Dorian: A Cinematic Perfume
Klaus Nomi: You Don’t Own Me

Dj Margaret is joined in conversation with artists MICHELLE HANDELMAN, visiting her former home San Francisco from New York and JENNIFER LOCKE on their work, current projects, and Bay Area and SFAI histories.

MICHELLE HANDELMAN is a New York artist who makes confrontational works that explore the sublime in its various forms of excess and nothingness. Using video, photography, public sculpture, and live performance, she creates visceral experiences that deal with themes of sexuality, gender, desire, and loss. During the 1990s, Handelman was based in San Francisco where she directed a feature documentary on the leather dyke scene called BloodSisters. While in San Francisco, she performed in several works by Lynn Hershman Leeson and collaborated with Monte Cazazza, pioneer of the industrial music scene. She is the recipient of a 2011 Guggenheim Fellowship and a 2010 New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship. Handelman’s work has been featured in solo exhibitions at Participant Inc., New York; Art Claims Impulse, Berlin; Cristinerose Contemporary Art, New York; Catherine Clark Gallery, San Francisco; and Arthouse at the Jones Center, Austin, TX. Her videos have screened internationally, including at the Centre Pompidou, Paris; the Institute of Contemporary Arts, London; the American Film Institute, Los Angeles; the Pacific Film Archive at UC Berkeley; the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; and numerous gay and lesbian film festivals. Her performances and installations have been featured at PERFORMA 05, New York; The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, CT; Momenta Art, New York; 3LD Art & Technology Center, New York; and The Lab, San Francisco. She is Associate Professor at Massachusetts College of Art and Design. An alumna of the San Francisco Art Institute.

JENNIFER LOCKE is an artist working in video, photography, and installation-based performance. Locke composes physically intense actions in relation to the camera and specific architecture in order to explore hierarchies between artist, model, camera, and audience. Her actions focus on cycles of physicality and visibility and draw on her experiences as a professional dominatrix, championship submission wrestler, and artists’ model. Jennifer often creates a separation between her live actions and the audience through the use of material barriers, live video feeds, multiple camera perspectives, wireless microphones, and mini-cameras. These audio-visual reiterations produce a ripple effect, flattening, repeating, echoing, amplifying, and displacing the action by turning it—as well as the audience performing its own spectatorship. Locke has exhibited internationally at venues including the 2010 California Biennial at the Orange County Museum of Art; the 48th Venice Biennale; Air de Paris, Paris; the 9th Havana Biennial; LA Panaderia, Mexico City; Palais de Beaux-Arts, Brussels; the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco; the Berkeley Art Museum; the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; New Langton Arts, San Francisco; the Sheppard Gallery at the University of Nevada, Reno; the 7th Busan International Video Festival, Busan, Korea; and Canada, New York. Solo exhibitions include: Queen’s Nails Projects in 2006 and 2010, San Francisco; Hallwalls, Buffalo; Rocksbox, Portland; and Kiki Gallery, San Francisco. Her work has been written about in Frieze, Art Practical, SF Weekly, Wired, SF Camerawork, and artnet.de. In the past year, Locke was awarded a 2012 Fleishhacker Foundation Eureka Fellowship, invited to curate an exhibition for Portland State University (Fall 2012), and had her work accessioned by ArtNow International. Other awards and honors include a 2010 SFBG Goldie and the 2006 Chauncey McKeever Award. Locke has curated exhibitions and programs for Artists’ Television Access and Queens Nails Annex, co-produced a cable access show Waxlips that aired on San Francisco television from August of 1993 through May of 1994 that later resulted in a favorable First Amendment decision, sung in punk bands, and led a variety of workshops. She has taught at Saint Mary’s College of California. Locke received her BFA and MFA from San Francisco Art Institute, where she currently teaches.

For more on the artists
Michelle Handelman: michellehandelman.com; vimeo.com/user1383999; www.artfem.tv; Beware the Lily Law at Eastern State Penitentiary: easternstate.org/visit/regular-season/history-artist-installations/michelle-handelman-beware-lily-law
BACK IN RELEASE! BloodSisters available at reframecollection.org/films/film?Id=1367

Jennifer Locke: jenniferlocke.net; collaboration with artist Tad Beck, Capsize at LACE: welcometolace.org/exhibitions/view/capsize; collaboration with artist Lucas Murgida: lucasmurgida.com; interview with Glen Helfand, Art Practical : artpractical.com/feature/control_room_jennifer_locke

KUSF In Exile 03.31.12 Noon-2 PM Cowboy in Exile DJ Jim Levine

Classical music-all forms, all eras, performed by groups of all sizes.
Email:  jasperthebeagle@yahoo.com

Producer and Host, Jim Levine

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Milhaud/Duo Concertante
Jonathan Cohler, Clarinet/Judith Gordon, Piano (6:24)

Martinu/Symphony # 5
Czech PO/Belohlavek (29:12)

Vaughan Williams/Six Studies in English Folksong
Cohler, Cl., Gordon, Pn. (7.43)

Schubert/Impromptu Op. 142 No. 4
Alfred Brendel, Pn. (5:33)

Elgar/Enigma Variations
London SO/Davis (33:07)

Rameau/Keyboard Suite in A minor
Angela Hewitt, Piano (28:17)

KUSF In Exile 03.31.12 10-Noon Havayeh Tazeh DJ Fari

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KUSF In Exile 03.31.12 9-10 AM Poet As Radio

POET AS RADIO is a new, weekly program on KUSF In Exile, airing Saturdays from 9am to 10am at www.savekusf.org. Jack Spicer said that the poet is not a creator, but a conduit, getting messages from an undefinable source to form the poem. He thought of a poet as a radio, broadcasting words. We like to think of POET AS RADIO as an opportunity for writers to broadcast their words as well.


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KUSF In Exile 03.30.12 Midnight-3 AM Time Warp DJ Eli Moss

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, Bodacious Brenda
Hosts, JD Smith, Sneeze Limbo, Eli Moss, The Owl, The Heat, Prem, Bodacious Brenda, and Amper Dan.

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Time Warp – Saturday, Mar 31 2012 12am – 3am
The All-Vinyl Hip-Hop and Dancehall Show

Bach Tocatta and Fugue in D Minor, Rollerball Sndtrk. 1711 / 1975

PUFF DADDY & The FAMILY (feat. NOTORIOUS B.I.G.) Victory (N.I.N. Remix) 1998
“KELIS & FRIENDS” Milkshake (White Label Promo) 2004
BLACK MOON How Many Emcees (Must Get Dissed) 1993
MC SHAN The Bridge 1986
LADY LEE Pon De Circuit (White Label Promo)
SPINBAD’S FINAL MIXDOWN Hip Hop vs. Rap (KRS-ONE) (Private Pressing)

PETE PRESTA Get A Little Stoopid 1995
BEASTIE BOYS Paul Revere 1986
EPMD You’re A Customer 1987
BIG L Hardpack (Live from 125) (White Label Promo)
II DAM FUNKY The Ten Tape Commandments (White Label Promo)
ERIC B. & RAKIM Eric B. Is President 1986
BIG DADDY KANE Ain’t No Half-Steppin’ 1988
WRECKX-N-EFFECT Rump Shaker 1992
BLACK SHEEP The Choice is Yours (Revisited) 1991
THE AFROS Kickin’ Afrolistics 1990

The BEATNUTS Watch Out Now 1999
NAS If I Ruled The World 1996
Xzibit X 2001
PETE PRESTA Down with the Sound (La Di Da Di) 1995
BEENIE MAN Foundation 1997
HAWKEYE Vex if Yuh Wan Vex (Filthy Riddim) 1998
MR. VEGAS Heads High (Filthy Riddim) 1998
GENERAL DEGREE Traffic Blocking (Filthy Riddim) 1998
PANJABI MC Feat. JAY-Z Beware of The Boys 2003
TERRY GANZIE Big Heavy Man 1995
INI KAMOZE Here Comes the Hotstepper (Heartical Mix) 1994
CAPLETON Tour (Rude Rydims Remix) 1994
BEENIE MAN Who Am I? 1997

FUNKDOOBIEST Wopbabalubop (Soul Assassin Remix) 1993
A TRIBE CALLED QUEST Award Tour (Instrumental) 1993
FUGEES How Many Mics (Acapella) 1995
YOUNG MC Got More Rhymes (Instrumental) 1989
THE LAST POETS When The Revolution Comes 1972
Too $hort The Ghetto 1990
GETO BOYS Damn It Feels Good to Be a Gangster 1992

BOBBY DARIN Beyond The Sea, 7” single, 1960