KUSF In Exile 07.14.12 2-4 PM Roll Call DJ Margaret Tedesco

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Roll Call: Bay Area Arts and Culture

Tracks from two film scores by BRUCE LANGHORNE (brucelanghorne.com), American folk musician, active in the Greenwich Village folk scene in the 1960s, primarily as a session guitarist for folk albums and performances. (Idaho Transfer and The Hired Hand, directed by Peter Fonda early 1970s)

Tagging Snakes
Return to the Project Building
Skate On Outta’ Here
Everybody I Guess
Isa’s Dead
Get Yourself Out The Desert
How Long Will You Last?
I’m Cold
It Won’t Be The End Of The World
They Were All In Plastic Bags
A Shiny New End
A Good
And Say Goodbye
Through The Frozen Lava Fields
We’ll Use Each Other, Won’t We
The River At Sun-Up
[ The Hired Hand ]
Home For Arch
Tell Yourself Too
Arch Leaves
Morrissey : Redondo Beach

Dj Margaret is joined in conversation with artists and writers, WILLIAM E. JONES from Los Angeles, and JOHNNY RAY HUSTON on their current projects, and the world of film.

“Tonight I was in the kingdom of shadows. If you only knew how strange it is to be there.” —Maxim Gorky, 1896 among the audience of the first silent film showing.

JOHNNY RAY HUSTON is a writer and artist based in San Francisco, where he has shown his collage works in the group exhibition North American Wildlife, [2nd floor projects] San Francisco (2010). For 14 years, he was Arts and Entertainment Editor at the San Francisco Bay Guardian, and he’s contributed to publications such as Cinema Scope, SPIN, and Interview. A cofounder of the influential pop culture zine Teenage Gang Debs and the music zine You Can’t Hide Your Love Forever, he has contributed to 2nd floor projects edition: Zen With a Lisp (2008), Darin Klein & Friend’s Box of Books, Vol. II (2009), Dirty Looks NYC edition for George & Mike Kuchar (2011), Angry Dog Midget Editions series of poetry chapbooks, and self-published A Diva’s Lapdog (2010), an illustrated biography of Maria Callas by her pet poodle, Toy. In 2011, he sang and acted in, and contributed music to Skye Thorstenson’s movie Tourist Trap, winner of the Golden Gate Award at the 2011 San Francisco International Film Festival. Currently, he and fellow DJ Nathan Berlinguette pilot The Silver Machine, every Wednesday evening on KUSF in Exile, SF Community Radio.

WILLIAM E. JONES is an artist and filmmaker who grew up in Ohio and lives and works in Los Angeles. He has made two feature length experimental films, Massillon (1991) and Finished (1997); several short videos, including The Fall of Communism as Seen in Gay Pornography (1998); the documentary Is It Really So Strange? (2004); and many installations. His work has been shown at the Cinémathèque Française and Musée du Louvre, Paris; International Film Festival Rotterdam; Sundance Film Festival; Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; and Museum of Modern Art, New York. His films and videos have been the subject of retrospectives at Tate Modern, London, in 2005; at Anthology Film Archives, New York, in 2010; at the Austrian Film Museum, Vienna, and at the Oberhausen Film Festival in 2011. He was included in the 1993 and 2008 Biennial Exhibitions at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. His work was on view in the Nordic Pavilion at the 53rd Venice Biennale in 2009, and in the exhibition “Untitled (Death by Gun)” at the 12th Istanbul Biennial in 2011. Jones has published the following books: Is It Really So Strange? (2006), Tearoom (2008), Selections from The Anatomy of Melancholy by Robert Burton (2008), Heliogabalus (2009), Killed: Rejected Images of the Farm Security Administration (2010), Roehr/Warhol/Rocco/Lynde (2011) and Halsted Plays Himself (2011). The blog Amber Waves of Brain is a collection of his writings. He is represented by David Kordansky Gallery in Los Angeles, Galleria Raffaella Cortese in Milan, and The Modern Insitute in Glasgow. He is currently writer-in-residence at Headlands Center for the Arts.

For more information on William E. Jones and Johnny Ray Huston:

Johnny Ray Huston’s Bay Area art and music culture articles are available online in the archives of SFBG, among other sources.
2nd floor projects edition, Zen With a Lisp: bombsite.com/issues/1000/articles/5675
Tune in to Silver Machine Radio with Nathan and Johnny weekly on KUSF IN EXILE /SF Community Radio.

William E. Jones: Eyelines, 2011, (detail) sequence of digital files, color, silent, 1 hour, 52 minutes, looped; Punctured, 2011, sequence of digital files, black and white, silent, 4 minute and 56 seconds, looped. Courtesy of the artist and David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles.

Johnny Ray Huston: From the box-opera series, Callas After Dark, 2010, (Installation view). Collage, 12 x 12 x 1/3 inches. Courtesy of the artist.

KUSF In Exile 07.14.12 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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Haydn/Symphony No. 102 in B flat Major
Austro-Hungarian Haydn Orch/Fischer (26:41)

Prokofiev/Peter and the Wolf
BBC PO/Tortelier/David Attenborough, Narrator (18:59)

Schubert/Piano Sonata in B Flat Major D. 960
Alfred Brendel, Piano (35:59)

Gliere/Horn Concerto in B-Flat Major
IRIS CO/Stern/Ruske, Horn (26:13)

KUSF In Exile 07.14.12 10-Noon International Sandwich DJ Irwin

INTERNATIONAL SANDWICH a weekly show where kusf-in-exile dj's dig deep into sounds, songs & grooves from across the globe.

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Kim Jung Mi "From Where to Where" from "From Where To Where" (CD, Rock, 1972) on Light in The Attic
Bulent "Kediler" from "Benimle Oynar Misin" (LP, 1974)
Rokia Traoré "Deli" from "Bowmboi" (CD, Album, World, 2004) on Nonesuch (USA)
Urubamba "Campanas De Santa Cruz (Death In Santa Cruz)" from "S/T" (LP, 1974) on CBS (USA)
Googoosh "Talaagh" from "Finders Keepers Presents Googoosh" (CD, 1974) on Taraneh Enterprises Inc
Unknown "Genderan/Gamelan Gong" from "Music For The Gods: The Fahnestock South Sea Expedition, Indonesia" (1941)
Do-pe "Lute Solo" from "Tibetan and Bhutanase Instrumental Folk Music" (CD, 1972) on Sub Rosa (Belgium)
Toumani Diabaté "El Nabiyouna" from "The Mandé Variations" (CD, Album, World, 2008) on Nonesuch (USA)
Ustad Fateh Ali Khan "Shayam Kalyan" from "Patiala" (LP, 1978) on EMI / Pakistan National Council Of The Arts
Gerard Manset "L'Arc En Ciel" from "1968" (CD, 1968)
Bo Hansson "Lothlorien / Shadowfox" from "Sagan Om Ringen" (LP, 1970) on Silence Records
Quarteto 1111 "Os Faunos" from "Singles & EPs" (CD, 1971)
Michel Polnareff "No, No, No, No" from "French Rock Blues" (LP, 1966) on Four Corners
Milton Nascimento "Minas" from "Minas" (CD, 1976)
Keiki O Waimanalo "Ku'u Lei'Awapuhi" from "Keiki O Waimanalo - Surf, Sand & Song" (LP, 1975)
El Guincho "Final De Archipelago" from "Alegranza (Bonus Track Version)" (CD, 2008) on Young Turks
El Trip Selector "Coombia del Piano Triste" from "Future Sounds of Buenos Aires" (CD, 2012) on Waxploitation / ZZK New
Jean-Claude Vannier "Le Ballet Des Accoucheuses" from "Electro Rapide" (CD, Rock, 1971) on Finders Keepers Records
Selda "Eco'Ya Donder Beni" from "Selda" (Rock, 1975) on Finders Keepers Records (Twisted Nerve Recordings)
Asha Bhosle "Dil Cheez Kya Hai" from "Umrao Jaan" (LP, 1981)
Fante Area "Fontomfrom" from "Rhythms Of Life Songs Of Wisdom" (CD)
Mustapha Tettey Addy "Ashanti Ntumpani" from "Master Drummer of Ghana: Mustapha Tettey Addy" (LP, World, 1966) on Lyrichord
Har-You Percussion Group "Santa Cruz" from "Sounds of the Ghetto Youth" (CD, Jazz, 1967) on ESP-Disk
Various Artists / Explorer Series "Panpipe Ensemble" from "Latin America: Peru: Kingdom of the Sun: The Inca Heritage" (LP, World, 1968) on Nonesuch Explorer Series
Alceu Valença & Geraldo Azevedo "Talismã (Ao Vivo)" from "Alceu Valença & Geraldo Azevedo" (CD, 1972)
Tom Jobim & Elis Regina "Por Toda a Minha Vida" from "Elis & Tom" (CD, 1974)

KUSF In Exile 07.14.12 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 07.14.12 8-9 AM Double Mocha DJ Junglebook

My show is called Double Mocha, because it goes from slow and sleepy at 8 a.m. to moving and jittery by 9, every Saturday morning. It's strong and stimulating, but still sweet. It's extremely freeform, though it's mostly 20th Century music, from the 20s to the 90s. Also featured are artists and songs associated with San Francisco and California, drawing not only on official recordings, but also from my own deep stash of demo tapes, rehearsal and live recordings, plus all kinds of other sounds, voices, noises and audio environments from the past 100 years. With your host, DJ Junglebook.

p.s. - You can even follow me on Pinterest! http://pinterest.com/halfbeat/ And if that's just not enough Junglebook, I also program a tiny online TV station called www.HalfBeat.com , with three channels spinning out tons of entertainment without your having to lift a finger.

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Vangelis (with Rutger Hauer) / "Tears in Rain" {from Blade Runner}

Keb' Mo' / "Every Morning"

Junior Walker / "Tomorrow Never Knows"

Buck Owens / "Lonelyville"

Bob Cosby and the Bobcats / "You're Bound to Look Like a Monkey When You Grow Old"

Neil Young and Crazy Horse / "Get a Job"

Gary Glitter / "Baby Please Don't Go"

The Kane Triplets / "Mission Impossible"

Three Dog Night / "One Man Band"

Translator / "Ronnie Raygun Blues"

Glen Campbell / "May 21, 1969" (instrumental)

Pan Earth / "Mandingo" {excerpt}

The New Creatures / "Wild Thing"

The Contours / "First I Look At the Purse"

Roy Head and the Traits / "Treat Her Right"

Pat and Lolly Vegas / "Keep Me Uptight"

Blitzen Trapper / "Crazy On You"

Chase / "Get It On"

Jimi Hendrix and DJ Harry Harrison / "How Jimi Got Started in England"

DJ Benny Benassi / "California Dreamin' {2004 remix}"

Roy Rogers and Dale Evans / "Happy Trails" {excerpt}

KUSF In Exile 07.14.12 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, Eli Moss
Hosts, JD Smith, Sneeze Limbo, Eli Moss, The Owl, The Heat, Prem, Bodacious Brenda, and Amper Dan.

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KUSF In Exile 07.13.12 10-Midnight Friday Night Sessions Special Guest Jesse Futerman DJ Andrew Jervis and Cez

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Hosted by Andrew Jervis and Cez
Special Guest Jesse Futerman

01. Roy Ayers Quartet – Scarborough Fair (Denon)
02. Ski Oakenfull – Life Changes (Chrysalis)
03. Azymuth – Manha (Som Livre)
04. Jed and Lucia – Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites (Ubiquity)
05. Hairy Hands V Josephine Lloyd – Arms (download)
06. Samuel Yirga – The Blues Of Wollo (Dessye mix) (Womad)
07. Karriem Riggins – Moogy Foog It (Stones Throw)
08. Tall Black Guy – basta ver a maneira como ela anda (download)

Jesse Futerman Mix:
09. Tony Bizarro – Que se Faz de Vida
10. Emilio Santiago – Bananeira
11. Marcov Vaille – Estrelar
12. Linkwood – Who La La
13. Polyrhythmics – pink wasabi
14. Tenorio Jr – Nebulosa
15. Jorge Ben – Take it easy my brother charles
16. Ahmed Fakrun – Nisyan
17. Slowlight – Telvision (tascam edit)

18. Portformat – King Smiles (Tokyo Dawn)
19. Tall Black Guy – Em La La Terra (Tall Black Guy Productions)
20. Soul 223 – Arties Mood (Delsin)
21. The Invisible – Wings (Floating Points Remix) (Ninja Tune)
22. Kelpe – I Felt Fuzzy (Scrase Remix) (Svetlana)
23. Sonarpilot – June Bub (Jonny Miller Remix) (SPA)
24. Fatima & Funkineven – Phone Line (Eglo)
25. Teengirl Fantasy – Motif (R&S)
26. Amir Alexander – Gutter Flex (Argot)
27. Sei A – You Can Bring (Axel Boman Remix) (Simple)
28. Fred P – Emotive vibration (Finale Sessions)

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 07.13.12 930-10 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 07.13.12 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 07.13.12 7-8 PM Feature The Small Faces The set of DJ Archie Patterson


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Artist Track title + Time Label Country

Small Faces Shake 2:51 Decca UK
Small Faces Come On Children 4:16 Decca UK

DJ-A voix1 :53

Small Faces Sha La Lee 2:51 Decca UK
Small Faces My Mind’s Eye 2:00 Decca UK
Small Faces All or Nothing 3:01 Decca UK

DJ-A voix2 :44

Small Faces Green Circles 2:41 Charly UK
Small Faces Get Yourself Together 2:12 Charly UK
Small Faces Up the Wooden Hills 2:01 Charly UK
Small Faces Itchycoo Park 2:44 Charly UK
Small Faces Here Come the Nice 3:00 Charly UK
Small Faces Tin Soldier 3:20 Charly UK
Small Faces I’m Only Dreaming 2:24 Charly UK
Small Faces Afterglow 3:28 Charly UK

DJ-A voix 3 1:04

Small Faces Ogdens’ Nut Gone Flake 2:25 Sanctuary UK
Small Faces Happiness Stan 3:33 Sanctuary UK
Small Faces Rollin’ Over 1:53 Sanctuary UK
Small Faces The Hungry Intruder 2:13 Sanctuary UK
Small Faces The Journey 4:12 Sanctuary UK
Small Faces Mad John 4:13 Sanctuary UK
Small Faces Happy Day Toy Town Time 2:50 Sanctuary UK

Total Time 60:58

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 07.14.12 4-6 PM DJ Germ

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