KUSF In Exile 06.29.12 10-Midnight Friday Night Sessions DJ Andrew Jervis and Cez

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The Friday Night Session June 29th 2012
Hosted by Andrew Jervis and Tomas

01. Beat Inc. - Black Tea Morning (Squeaky Lobster Re-funk) (Original Culture)
02. Monster Rally - Honey (Gold Robot)
03. Levek - Look On the Bright Side (father daughter)
04. Visioneers - Swahililand (BBE)
05. The Invisible - Protection (Ninja Tune)
06. Stubborn Heart - Knuckledown (download)
07. Downtown Party Network - The Machine Man (Best Kept Remix) (Best Kept Secret) -
08. Kindness - Cyan (Female Energy)
09. David Douglas - Douglas Firs (Atomnation)
10. Moritz Von Oswald Trio - Yangissa (Honest Jons)
11. Radio Citizen - Fort:Da (live)
12. Uptown Funk Empire – N.O.W. featuring Juan Rozoff (Patchworks Rmx) (Soullab)
13. Sei A – Going Down (Simple)
14. Midland – Placement Lone Remix (AUS)
15. Oxia – Flying Over Time (In Fine)
16. Drumagick – Doido (Tru Thoughts)
17. Nicola Conte – Cute (Far Out)
18. The Shaolin Afronauts– Winds Across Gayanamede (Freestyle)
19. Nickodemus – Los Tarantos (ESL)
20. Teru – Time To Reinvent (Bastard Jazz)
21. Oh No – Dues N Donts (Featuring Jose James & Phife Dawg) (Brick)
22. 813– La Fantiko (92 Pints)
23. Sweatson Klank– My Love Is Here (Project Mooncircle)
24. Midnight Davis – Deafmess (Five Easy Pieces)

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

KUSF In Exile 06.29.12 930-10 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 06.29.12 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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KUSF in Exile 06.29.12 7-8 PM Stomu Yamash'ta Featured The set of DJ Archie Patterson


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KUSF in Exile 06.29.2012 7-8PM The set of DJ ArchiePatterson

Artist Track title + Time Label Country

Stomu Yamash’ta Kyrie 2:00 RVC Japan

Stomu Yamash’ta Change of Life 5:00 RVC Japan

DJ-A voix1 1:52

Stomu Yamash’ta Peace & Love 5:36 Kosei Japan

Stomu Yamash’ta Dream Without End 7:18 Kosei Japan

Stomu Yamash’ta Return 6:10 Kosei Japan

DJ-A voix2 0:50

Stomu Yamash’ta Dream 7:14 Sony Japan

Stomu Yamash’ta Beautiful Encounter 8:41 Sony Japan

DJ-A voix 3 1:03

Stomu Yamash’ta Whisper 0:33 Red Buddha Japan

Stomu Yamash’ta Murasakino 3:06 Red Buddha Japan

Stomu Yamash’ta In the Forest 2:13 Red Buddha Japan

Stomu Yamash’ta Iroha 2:40 RVC Japan

Stomu Yamash’ta Our Way 6:03 RVC Japan

Total Time 60:21

After doing various radio Specials the past year I was asked by KUSF in Exile in San Francisco to host a weekly program every Friday night at 7PM Pacific time. The first show aired on OCT 28 and featured UK Psychedelic Rock & Acid Folk 1968-1970. The programs focus will be highly eclectic with music played ranging the spectrum of sound and styles. I began Eurock as an FM radio program in California in 1971. Now after 40 years I have come full circle to begin again a new musical adventure. Tune in, Listen & Enjoy every Friday night!

KUSF In Exile 06.29.12 4-6 PM DJ Germ

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KUSF In Exile 6.29.12 3-4 PM Snakefinger and The Saucers Live FAB MAB LIVE REDUX DJ Terry Hammer

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The Saucers live @ the Berkeley Square 7/8/80
Elvis Presley
Disposed Dictator
Piggy's Jukebox
Cold Act
Death Ray Generation

SNAKEFINGER Live @ the Boarding House 12/3/79:
Smelly Tongue
Jesus Was A Leprechaun
Picnic In The Jungle
Kill The Great Raven
Magic And Ecstasy
Here Come The Bums
The Model
I Want Love
The Spot

FAB MAB LIVE REDUX is a collection of live tape recordings that were recorded,mixed & produced by Terry Hammer circa 1979 through 1981 for various Bay Area radio stations.The weekly program was originally called FAB MAB LIVE.This is your chance to go back in time to the period when it all began and enjoy the great punk bands who started it all. These recordings were recorded sitting in the loud venues with headphones on and mixing on a cheap Peavey 12 channel mixing board direct to 2 Track Reel To Reel.They reflect the way the bands sounded at the time,drunk,stoned,out of tune and sometimes in tune.So,sit back,tune in,turn on,and experience the thrill of being at the great punk venues back in the day when it all began.And since these shows were mixed on headphones,they also sound better listening to them with headphones on turned up LOUD! Most shows are less than an hour,so, the hour will be filled with a delicious mixture of old school punk & reggae,with a taste of motown & 60's garage bands to round out the program.For a complete list of my live recordings,go to my website at http://www.angelfire.com/oh/liveperformances/livetapes.html

KUSF In Exile 06.29.12 Noon-3 PM In Quarantine DJ Stereo Steve

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oshun - rattle of life
khan jamal creative arts ensemble - breath of life

buddy miles - the way i feel tonight
src - black sheep
coke - na na
glass harp - never is a long time
lightnin rod & jimi hendrix - doriella du fontaine (instrumental)

grimble grumble - introduction/let it take you where it will/harmonic transition
red sparrowes - our happiest days slowly began to turn to dust
bushman's revenge - no sleep till hammerfest
minsk - waging war on the forevers

peter nero - close to you
clyde mcphatter - lover please
al caiola - you really got me
negativland - we are driven
blast head - mad brains out
laurie anderson - o superman
arsenal - when heads collide

ramones - here today gone tomorrow (live)
wombats - what can i do?
calico wall - i'm a living sickness
jfa - unknown (dark side of the mushroom)
stan kenton - invention for guitar and trumpet
freda payne - band of gold
shirley and company - shame shame shame

magic secret room - mircea hopes for you
thee american revolution - power house
reigning sound - medication
the hair and skin trading company - snowballs
rare earth - i couldn't believe what happened last night

clifford brown and max roach - sweet clifford
norman salant - kiyo

zez comfrey - stumbling

KUSF In Exile 06.29.12 9-Noon Sleeves On Hearts DJ Irwin

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KUSF In Exile 06.29.12 7-9 AM Ohio Roots Part 2 Vicotin Popsicles DJ Paul Ciminero

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Vicotin Popsicles (Music) with DJ Paul Ciminero 06/29/2012 07:00AM to 09:00AM

The Who “Sumertime Blues” from Live At Leeds (Deluxe Edition)

Joe Byrd & The Field Hippies “Kalyani/Waiting to Die” from The American Metaphysical Circus

Sigus Ros “Varou” from Valteri

Jack White “Take Me With You When You Go” from Blunderbuss

Wussy “Millie Christine” from Left For Dead

Set break — Set #2

Patti Smith “Amerigo” from Banga

Neil Young & Crazy Horse “This Land Is Your Land” from Americana

Henry Cow “Getel's Tale” from Western Culture

Las Tollita's “Circus of Doubt” from Mayhem Among the Desert Thieves

Manu Dibango “Biko” from Wakafrika

Set break — Set #3

Ashtray Boy “The Tourist Living in a World of Pain” from The Everyman's 4th Dimension

Bruce Cockburn “Five Fifty One” from Small Source of Comfort

Louie Prima “Beep Beep” from Capital Collector's Series

Set break — My Ohio Roots - Part 2

The Numbers Band (15-60-75) “Animal Speaks” from Jimmy Bell's Still In Town

Devo “Jocko Homo” from Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo!

Peter Laughner “Life Stinks” from Take the Guitar Player for a Ride

Pere Ubu “REAL WORLD” from Modern Dance

The Dead Boys “Sonic Reducer” from Young, Loud, and Snotty

Tin Huey “I'm a Believer” from Contents Dislodged During SAhipment

Chi Pig “Apu-Api (Help Me)” from Miami

The Waitresses “I Know What Boys Like” from Wasn't Tomorrow Wonderful?

The Pretenders “Downtown (Akron)” from Packed

Dennis DeFrange “Thinkin of My GirL” from Synisizer Mudic Foro Tha Hole Familia

Brian Sands “The Day Elves Could Fly” from Reheated Chocolate Tangos

Ralph Carney's Serious Jass Project “Boogies the Thing” from Ralph Carney's Serious Jass Project

Joseph Arthur “ALMOST BLUE” from The Graduation Ceremony

The Black Keys “OHIO” from Ohio - Single

Harvey Gold “Allegeny Lode” from MP3

KUSF In Exile 06.28.12 10-Midnight Passive Eclectic DJ Toast

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with TOAST
6/28/12 10:00 PM to Midnight

Darius Jones Trio: My Special D
David Grisman: Dawg After Dark
The Roches: Hammond Song
Marianne Dissard:
JJ Cale & Eric Clapton: Sportin' Life Blues
Hayes Carll: Worry B Gone
Dennis Taylor: I Walk on Gilded Splinters
Handsome Furs: Serve The People
Bikini Complex: Monthly Friend
Gris Gris: Year Zero
Fred Eaglesmith: Time to Get a Gun
Cloud Nothings: Wasted Days
East Bay Grease: Just Head
Dum Dum Girls: Coming Down
The Ettes: Red in Tooth and Claw
Ferocious Few: Kathleen
Buck Owens: I've Got a Tiger by the Tail
The Flakes: Shake/Hold On I'm Coming
Mudhoney: Endless Yesterday
Magnetic Stripper: Extended Play-R
Lumerians: Burning Mirrors
Detroit Cobras: Boss Lady

KUSF In Exile 06.28.12 9-10 PM Radio Goethe DJ Arndt Peltner

Radio Goethe presents a diverse overview onto the modern German music scene reaching from Rock to Pop, from Industrial to Darkwave, from Electronica to Medieval. Online at www.radiogoethe.org

Radio and Host, Arndt Peltner

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The Royal Street Orchestra: One more traveler
Alexander Hacke & Danielle de Picciotto: The Golden Calf
Einstürzende Neubauten: Die Wellen
Einstürzende Neubauten: Installation Nr. 1
Faust: Feed the greed
Can: Midnight Men
Fehlfarben: Platz da
Mia: Sturm
Peter Licht: Begrabt mein iPhone an der Biegung des Flusses
Jupiter Jones: Hey! Menetekel
Culcha Candela: Wildes Ding
Casper feat. Thees Uhlmann: XOXO
Söllner: Hey wos is
Kofelgschora: Eintagesseminar

KUSF In Exile 06.28.12 630-7 PM Hash It Out DJ Jane Hash

"HASHING IT OUT WITH JANE" The world from a radical dwarf's perspective.


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KUSF In Exile 06.28.12 3-6 PM In the Music Room DJ Nathalie

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Esquimo songs from Alaska- Walking from Savoonga to Gambell
Memphis Slim- Arkansas road house blues
John Lurie- Car Cleveland
Big Black- Texas
Big Black- Jordan, Minnesota
The Ramones- California sun
Bo Diddley- Travelin' west
James Brown- Kansas city
Box Top- Deep in Kentucky
Tim Buckley- Tijuana moon
Butthole Surfers- Wichita cathedral
Butthole Surfers- Pittsburg to Lebanon
Jimmie Rogers- Jimmie's texas blues
Camper Van Beethoven- Cowboy from Hollywood
Duane Eddy and the Rebels- Along the Navajo trail
Jimmy Mc Criff- Discotheque USA
Charley Patton- Move to Alabama
Mance Lipscomb- Mance's St Louis blues
The Tinklers- Paul Bunyon
Die Haut- (never going back to) 5th ave
Dead Kennedys- Viva Las Vegas
The Fleshtones- The girl from Baltimore
Nancy and Lee- Jackson
Bob Dylan- Talking about NY
Telephone- NY avec toi
Gumball- Gettysburg
White Hills- Song of everything
Jimmie Haskell- Homeward Earth
Zeb Turner- Travelin' boogie
Jesus and the Mary Chain- Coast to Coast
Duke Ellington- Tuxedo Junction
Michel Potage- Occupé
Chra- Black summer blues vs II
Lydia Lunch- 3x3
Loup- Ode to S
Albert Ayler- Truth is marching in