KUSF In Exile 05.13.12 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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Grandpa Jones "Banjo Am The Instrument" (1969)
Brown, Sullivan & Co. "Billy In The Low Ground" (1972)
Joel Mabus "Old Baggum/Toss The Feathers" (2001)
Bert Jansch "900 Miles" (1965)
The Crooked Jades "Those Six Years" (1998)
Old & In The Way "Jerry's Breakdown" (1973)

Bluegrass Travelers "Banjo Stretch" (1965)
Clarence Fross "Old Hypocrite" (1961)
Coltman & Taylor "Fisher's Hornpipe" (1968)
Welch Brothers "Lost Indian" (1962)
The Virginia Ramblers "Virginia Ramble" (1959)
Rocky Ridge Ramblers "R.G. Chimes" (1959)
Joe Birchfield & Family "Cackling Hen" (1966)
Back Alley Boys "Alley Strut" (1967)
The Backlanders "Backlander's Hornpipe" (1967)
Bald Knob Chicken Scratchers "Sugar In The Gourd" (1964)

Sweeney's Men "The House Carpenter" (1968)
Uncle Dave Macon "The Death Of John Henry (Steel Driving Man)" (1925)
John Hammond, Sr. "My Mama Always Talked To Me" (1927)
Aulton Ray "Dixie Cowboy" (1927)
Buell Kazee "The Wagoner's Lad" (1928)
B.F. Shelton "Darling Cora" (1927)
Clarence Ashley "Dark Hollow Blues" (1929)

Billy Faier "New World Coming" (2006)
Sandy Bull "Carmina Burana Fantasy" (1963)
Daniel Higgs "All Cherished Things" (2007)
George Stavis "Cold Spring" (1969)

Kaleidoscope "Banjo" (1969)

KUSF In Exile 05.13.12 Rampage Radio 1st Three Hours DJ The Last Angry Manny

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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KUSF In Exile 05.13.12 1-2 AM Swamphell DJ Swamplord

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Dämmerfarben – Im Abendrot
Radogost – Tam skąd pochodzę
Whispered – Of Honor
SuidAkrA – To Rest in Silence
Dalriada – Mennyei Harang
Sear Bliss – Birth of Eternity
Аркона – Mарена (Arkona – Marena)
Graveworm – Beauty of Malice

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 05.12.12 11-1 AM 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 05.12.12 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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First hour
1- C. W. Gluck- from the Ballet music Orphee and Euridice - Performed by Idyle Biret
2- J.S. Bach - Siciliano from Flute Sonata in E Major - Performed by Idyle Biret
3- J.S. Bach - Largo from Concerto in F minor- Performed by Idyle Biret
4- J.S. Bach - Ich ruf zu dir her jesus christus - Performed by Idyle Biret
5- Handel - Menuet in G minor - Performed by Idyle Biret
6- Ernesto Halfter - Dansa de la pastora- Adam Kent, Piano
7- Ernesto Halfter - El llanto por Ricardo Vines - Adam Kent, Piano
8- Spontini - La Vestale Aria - Maria Callas
9- Heitor Villa Lobos - Aria of Bachianas Brasileiras No 5 - Bidu Sayao

Second hour
1- Zoltan Kodaly - Marocek dances
2- Dusan Bogdanovic - Jazz Sonatina - Performed by Dusan Bogdanovic
3- Alberto Ginastera - The Harp Concerto op 25 - Nancy Allen
4- Egberto Gismonti - Baillao Malandro - The Assad Guitar duo
5- Heitor Villa Lobos - A llenda da caboccio - The Assad Guitar Duo

Third hour
1- Francis Poulenc -Avant le cinema- Gerard Souzay, baritone
2- Francois Poulenc - Main dominé par le coeur - Gerard Souzay, baritone
3 Francois Poulenc -La souris - Gerard Souzay, baritone
4- Francois Poulenc- Nuage - Gerard Souzay, baritone
5- Ya sol desposado - Juan del Elzina - Camerata Iberia - Carlos Mena countertenor
6- Quien tuviese tal poder - Diego Pisador - Camerata Iberia - Carlos Mena countertenor
7- Two Fairy Tales Op 20 - Nikolai Medtner - Geoffrey Tozer, piano
8- Two fairy Tales opus 48 - Nikolai Medtner - Geoffrey Tozer , piano
9- Antonio Vivaldi - Stabat Mater -James Bowman, counter tenor
10- Arvo Part - Spiegel um Spiegel -
11- Arvo Part - From Seven Magnificat Antiphons

KUSF In Exile 05.12.12 6-8 PM Turkish Cultural Program

"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 05.12.12 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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1- Le pyromane- Karkwa - Album: Les chemins de verre
2- Je renais - Loic Lantoine - Album: Badaboum
3- Ivres - Armand Mélies - Album: San Andreas (EP)
4- 28 jours - Karkwa - Album: Les chemins de verre
5- Le demeure d'un ciel - Camille - Album: Le sac des filles
6- Cette autre - Fiancée - Album - Cette Autre (EP)
7- Par les lueurs - Dominique A - Album: Ver les lueurs (2012)
8- A travers le temps - Loic Lantoine - Album: Badaboum
9- Le vrai bonheur - Karkwa - Album: Les chemins de verre
10- Le Prince Serpent - (Children's story) Jean-Jacques Boutin-Créac'h - Album: Une coccinelle dans mon jardin
11- Vincent Malone - Vent Frais Album: Les plus jolies chansons de notre enfance (children's)
12- Vincent Malone - Un Elephant qui se balancait Album: Les plus jolies chansons de notre enfance (children's)
13- Vincent Malone - Il était une bergère Album: Les plus jolies chansons de notre enfance (children's)
14 - Je fais le tour de la maison - Album: Les plus jolies chansons de notre enfance (children's)
15- Vers le bleu - Dominique A - Album: Ver les lueurs (2012)
16- Gerald Genty - Détention universitaire - Album: Humble héros
17- Alexandre - Cours Cowboy - Album: Ciel de fête

KUSF in Exile 05.12.12 430 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 05.12.12 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 05.12.12 2-4 PM Roll Call DJ Margaret Tedesco

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Roll Call: Bay Area Arts and Culture

A mix of tracks selected by Maggie Otero
Sea of Love: Cat Power / Myra Lee
Thunder Road: Bruce Springsteen
Francesca: Roy Harper
Museum of Flight: Damien Jurado
Whole Wide World: Wreckless Eric
Sassafras: Coconut
I Am Goodbye: Bonnie Prince Billy
In California: Joanna Newsom
Land: Emily Lacy
Balance: Future Islands
SOSEW: Chris Duncan
The Beginning Of Memory: Laurie Anderson

Dj Margaret is joined in conversation with artist and curators CHRIS DUNCAN and MAGGIE OTERO of LAND AND SEA Editions, about the release of their latest edition, a paper record, and the sound performance by Chris at Will Brown.

CHRIS DUNCAN is an interdisciplinary artist based in Oakland, CA. He employs the use of color, repetition, and reflections to explore ideas of perception and transcendence in paintings, drawings, and installations. Duncan has also been publishing books, zines, and releasing records for over a decade. Under the moniker Hot and Cold, he copublished a seven year long, 10-issue series of very hand-built art books including well-over 100 artists. Under the moniker Land and Sea, he works with his partner, Maria Otero, to release monographs and records. As THE SUN, Duncan creates sonic happenings that dismantle the idea of audience and performer, offering a space for anyone willing to participate. Chris received his BFA from the California College of Arts and Crafts and is a 2013 MFA candidate at Stanford University. He has performed, exhibited and is in the collection of Eli Ridgway Gallery, Berkeley Art Museum, SFMOMA, San Francisco Arts Commission, MOMA, Southern Exposure, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Halsey Mckay Gallery, and the Kemper Art Museum.

MAGGIE OTERO is an Oakland-based artists mostly known for her contribution as co-curator of the Adobe Books Backroom Gallery and an active supporter of the Bay area arts community. In addition Otero has worked with The Colima Project, in Colima, El Salvador, where she worked in documenting the community’s pre-civil war cooking techniques. Currently she is one half of Land and Sea.

LAND AND SEA is a fine art publishing house/record label/labor of love of Oakland based artists Maria Otero and Chris Duncan. Since its inception during the final breaths of 2009, LAND AND SEA has published 13 editions in the form of records, cds, monographs, and exhibition catalogs. Each edition of 100 has been affiliated with an event at art spaces throughout the Bay Area. The goal to not only provide accessible art-based books and records, but also to bring people together to have shared experiences and communicate by hosting events/performances. Performances and releases have included KALA, Baer Ridgway, Guerrero Gallery, Grace Cathedral, Macarthur B Arthur, Needles and Pens, and The Berkeley Art Museum. Their releases have been collected by SFMOMA and The Berkeley Art Museum. Land and Sea has worked with artists, Ryan Wallace, Colter Jacobsen, Tomo Yasuda, Trevor Montgomery, Danny Grody (Believer), Sean McFarland, Ryan Travis Christian, Kelly Ording, Mathew Zapruder and more. With plans on collaborating in 2012 with artists Sam Moyer, Eddie Martinez, Greg Stimac, Believer and Ruben Lorch-Miller. The New York Times gave a shout last year to Land and Sea in their article about small press/limited artist multiples titled A Quarterly Designed to Tweak All Senses, and you are quoted as saying “Downloading an MP3 is not beautiful; it’s an absent experience. Our approach is to make beautiful objects that also happen to have music in them.”

Edition of 12 stamped and numbered by hand; Cover, french paper bright white cover stock-laser engraved relief print; Gatefold interior, bright white masa paper-laser engraved relief print; Records, fabriano artistico 640 gram hot press-silkscreened and laser engraved relief print

Working within the language of the print but compelled to push away from traditional image making, Duncan created a double LP with hand-built gate-fold packaging. The records, however, are not 180 gram vinyl, but pieces of heavy-weight paper with embossed lines that serve as grooves for the record player needle to follow. The sonic results are a curious mix of white noise, sporadic beats, confusing discordance, and soft, warm harmony. Duncan discusses his print process and explore the sonic terrain of not only his records, but various other paper sources. Ripping, crumpling, amplifying, and looping, you created a lush, textured, and papery soundscape.

For more information on Land and Sea (Chris Duncan and Maggie Otero)


Eli Ridgway Gallery: Chris Duncan artist page

Art Practical: The Sound Issue Feature

Bad At Sports: badatsports.com/2012/episode-348-the-art-practical-sound-issue

A Quarterly Designed to Tweak All Senses by James Nestor; June 2, 2011

Sun and Moon Gatherings
Berkeley Art Museum
Liminal: liminal-space.org/

KUSF In Exile 05.12.2012 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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Ravel/Sonata for Violin & 'Cello
Chan, Figueroa (21:25)

Mozart/ String Quartet # 17 in B-flat K.458
Emerson String Quartet (25:47)

Barber/ Souvenirs
Daniel Pollack, piano (19:15)

Copland/Suite from Billy the Kid
BBC SO/Slatkin (21:20)

JS Bach/Violin Concerto in D Minor BWV 1052
Cologne CO/Muller-Bruhl (20:53)

KUSF In Exile 05.12.12 10-12 PM Havaye Dj Fari

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1- Sobhe Masnavi - Quf - Album: Zir o bame Zirzamin
2- Khavar Mianeh - Quf - Album: Zir o bame Zirzamin
3- Sokut - Hack - Album: Koja
4- Khofteh - Hack - Album: Koja
5- Me and You - Take it easy hospital - Album: No one knows about persian cats (Soundtrack)
6- My Sleepy Fall - take it easy hospital - Album: No one knows about persian cats (Soundtrack)
7- Humanoid - Bijan Moosavi - Album: Make yourself heard
8- Several poems by Hazef and Molavi - Voice of Ahmad Shamlou
9- The story of Paria - By Ahmad Shamlou
10- Duo for cello and Piano No 2 - Iman Vaziri - Album: Iman Vaziri - Chamber music
11- Bright Nights - Peyman yazdanian - Album: Second Take
12- Santur - Alireza Mortazavi - Album: Now and Then

KUSF In Exile 05.12.12 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 05.12.12 Midnight-3 AM Time Warp DJ The Heat

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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So What , Miles Davis cover – by Ernan Cortez @ AI

Soul Bossanova – Quincy Jones

A Little Tenderness – Otis Redding

Led Zepplin – Whole Lotta Love

Lonely Boy – Black Keys

Stand Up – The London Souls

It Takes a Thief – Thievery Corp

Drink the Sea – Glitch Mob

Vocilitate – Flux Pavilion

Hot Right Now – Amp Live

Cracks – Freestylers

What up Ya’ll – Croockers

Intro A – Gas Lamp killers

Vancouver –Natural Selection

Southern Comfort – London South Boroughs

Empire – Roksonix

2EZ – Temporary Thrillzs

I know the Truth – Pretty Lights

Star Shootin – Little People

TImestretch – Bassnecter

Lollipop – MIKA

Clubbed to death – Robert Dougan

Battle Flag – Lo Fidelity Allstars

Cash Machine – Hard – FI

Die A Little Everytime – Viva Voce

The Throning – Hype Williams

If you Wanna – The Vaccines

Hocus Pocus – Jamie T

Sneak Out – RoseHill Drive

Mother – Danzig

Strangers Die Alone – Music for Animals

Don’t Move – Phantomgram

Winter, that’s all – Fol Chen

She Brings Me the Music – Richard Ashcroft

Plastic Little Trees – Radiohead

KUSF In Exile 05.11.12 10-Midnight Friday Night Sessions DJ Andrew Jervis and Cez

The Friday Night Session is a Bay Area institution with a loyal following both locally and worldwide. Playing a consistantly vibrant selection of electronic music the show jumps the lines between contemporary and vintage sounds from around the globe. Co-hosts Tomas and Cez join Andrew Jervis in a weekly adventure into the world of house, hip hop, down-tempo, dubstep, disco, soul, jazz, rare groove, dub, Afrobeat, Brazilian, funk, and psych between 10 p.m. and 12 midnight on Fridays. The show often features exclusive unreleased cuts, DJ mixes from around the world, guests and ticket giveaways to local events. Established in 1996 by Andrew Jervis (Ubiquity Records), it was the radio first show in the Bay Area to play acts like Massive Attack and Portishead. Over the years guests on the show have included BBC DJ Gilles Peterson, Kruder and Dorfmeister, 4Hero, TM Juke, Alice Russell, Spiritual South, Kirk Degiorgio, Koop, Vadim, Windsurf, Jimpster, Fauna Flash, Skylab, King Britt, Nobukazu Takemura and Tim “Love” Lee. The show continues to support local and international genre-busting artists

www.popyourfunk.com | www.fridaynightsession.com

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The Friday Night Session May 11th 2012.

Hosted by Cez.

Synkro - I Miss You (download)
Wareika - Jazz Shamen (Compost)
Yes King - Overproof (BBE)
Rocket Juice & The Moon - Check Out (Honest Jon's)
Kienra - Nangijala (Earnest Endeavours)
Colo - Picture Of You (Take Records)
Robert Glasper - More Love (TBG Remix) (download)
Badbadnotgood - Chstr (download)
Naytronix - Freak Out (Plug Research)
Afrikan Sciences - Onliest (Deepblak)
Jazzanova - Believer (Sonar Kollektiv)
Jimmy Edgar - Indigo Mechanix (Planet Mu)
Gespleu - You Can't Be Missed If You Never Go Away (Etoka)
Philippe Laurent - Distortion (Stones Throw)
Nitro Deluxe - Let's Get Brutal (Cutting)
Moodymann - 9 Nites 2 Nowhere (Scion)
Sonnymoon - Machinery (Fhloston Paradigm Remix) (Plug Research)
Bass Clef - Embrace Disaster (Punch Drunk)
The Abstract Eye - Grandfather Fire (Eglo)
Machinedrum - TMPL (Planet Mu)
Sualya - Effort Isn't Enough (Squelch & Clap)
Midland - What We Know (Aus)
Space Dimension Controller - Mkzero900 (R&S)
Takuya Matsumoto - Some Lost Times (download)

KUSF In Exile 05.11.12 930-10 PM Shoestring Radio Theatre

Shoestring Radio Theatre was founded in 1988 by its producer, San Francisco writer Monica Sullivan.  The independent company specializes in producing original works by gifted contemporary artists as well as new adaptations of traditional favorites (www.shoestring.org).  In 1998, Monica Sullivan and Shoestring Radio Theatre received a Certificate of Merit for Radio Drama Production from the National Federation Of Community Broadcasters Golden Reel Awards.


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KUSF In Exile 05.11.12 9-930 PM Movie Magazine

Movie Magazine International provides an entertaining and informative look at the Bay area film scene.  It offers in-depth reviews of new features, reports on older re-discovered treasures, & interviews with the men & women behind the cameras.  (www.shoestring.org)  Producer Monica Sullivan is the author of “Videohound's Independent Film Guide”, First and Second Editions.


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