Nekropolis playlist for 10/05/2008

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Jimi HendrixVoodo Chile
Sun City Girls100 pounds of black olives
NegativelandIt's Not a critique
BlackalisciousChemical Calisthenics
Gogol BordelloMussolini vs Stalin
Dee LiteGroove is in the heart
Neon NeonNeon Neon
NegativelandLying on the grass
SpiritualizedSoul on fire
RibotParty Intellectuals
RibotBreak on through
Monika BarchenEglantine Gouzy & Landini: L.A.
Vicky Christina BarcelonaAusturias
SuphalaSecret Language
Suphala (w/Antonio Banderas)Lover

Shocks of Sheba playlist for 10/01/2008

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Shocks of Sheba
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Little RoyNew Song...on-u soundCD
Richie SpiceLiving In Love...vpCD
Anthony JohnStrive...scoops10"
Johnny OsbourneBlack Starliner Remix...roots gardenLP
Disrupt feat. Mikey MurkaEmpress...scotch bonnet10"
Rising FireFree Blackman...archive10"
Lillian AllenBirth Poem...verse to vinylLP
John Brown's BodyLove And Affection...i-townCD
Twinkle BrothersLet Me Come Over...twinkleLP
Frankie JonesImagination...wackiesLP
The ChantellsTrue Born African...phase one7"
Lopez WalkerFly Away...phase one12"
# Earl 16Years Of Slavery...merge10"
# U BrownTired Of Slavery...merge10"
Ghetto PriestWarfare...conscious sounds10"
Linval ThompsonSix Babylon (Long Version)...clocktowerLP
Linval Thompson/King RolexGun Talk/Everyday A Shot Dem Bus...silver kamelCD
Ronnie DavisKaya...rhinoCD
DillingerMarijuana In My Brain...burning soundsCD
AlborosieStill Blazing...forwardCD
Junior KellyTill The Soil...vpCD
SizzlaClean Up Your Heart...x-rated7"
SizzlaLive And Give Praises...harmony house7"
PressureGhetto Life...don corleonCD
Tenor SawJah Guide And Protect Me...tenor saw7"
Yabby You & The ProphetsWarn The Nation...prophets12"
Sugar MinottSo We Love roots10"
Johnny LoverHead Cup...trojanCD
ParagonsBlackbirds Singing...treasure isleLP
Michael ProphetCassandra...greensleeves12"
Dr. MikeBabylon A lifeCD
Danny RedPot & Kettle...sip a cupLP
Ras Michael & The Sons Of NegusNo Hoppers...greensleevesCD

# denotes version excursion

all spelling is as appears on record/label

bubblin' under as we chat pon di mic:  mad professor - atonement dub...ariwa 

What a joy to receive a listener phone call giving thanks for the postive music we were playing as she was on her way to the hospital to bring forth life.  The Lillian Allen tune was played especially for mother and newborn!  Give thanks for life.

Much respect goes out to Ben Nehrling for his generous pledge and support during this Fall Membership Drive.  Big Up!

Circle A Radio playlist for 10/01/2008

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In October 2000, Circle A Radio, began as an anti-authoritarian, feminist radio collective, broadcasting from KBOO, Portland.  On this show we feature highlights from the past 8 years, including the voices of Pam Africa, Lorenzo Komboa, Utah Phillips .
We also talk to Percy Hampton and OB Hill about African American history in Portland, George Katagiri and Suzie Sakai about Japanese American internment at the Portland Expo Center during World War 2, and local author Judith Arcana about her work with Jane, the abortion counseling service in the early 1970’s.
We also covered the fight against Peabody coal at Black Mesa, the popular uprising in Bolivia, the opposition to the Sensenbrenner Bill – HR 4437, and we produced radio theatre called “The Kerry Apocalypse”.

Circle A Radio playlist for 09/17/2008

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We spoke to nine self identified anarchists from around the United States to learn more about anarchist thought, to discuss problems with anarchy and to take inspiration from our fellow anti-authoritarians.

Circle A Radio playlist for 08/06/2008

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We feature 2 of Portland’s grassroots projects responding to concrete needs in our community. We speak to many members of the New Born Tribe Cultural Center, 3525 NE MLK in Portland, and then to organizer Imani Muhammad, of the Peace and Unity Festival, which takes place Saturday Aug 9th at 126 NE Alberta.

Circle A Radio playlist for 07/02/2008

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Claude Marks and Patricia Hemphill lead us on a tour of the Freedom Archives. The Freedom Archives contains 8000 hours of audio and video recordings documenting social justice movements locally, nationally, and internationally from the 1960s to the present. The Archives features speeches of movement leaders and community activists, protests and demonstrations, cultural currents of rebellion and resistance.

Circle A Radio playlist for 06/04/2008

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On June 12th, 2007, agents from the Department of Homeland Security’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement or ICE, raided the Del Monte processing plant in North Portland, detaining 167 people, separating families, and spreading fear and anxiety through out the community. Nearly one year after the raid, we’ll explore the current state of immigration policy in the US, and let you know how to get involved in the local struggle for civil rights.  We talk with Monami Maulik of Desis Rising Up and Moving in New York City, Arnoldo Garcia of the National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights, based in Oakland and local organizers Shizuko Hashimoto of the Portland Central Solidarity Committee, and Marco Mejia of the New Sanctuary Movement. 

Circle A Radio playlist for 05/21/2008

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We bring you audio from the original Winter Soldier, with Vietnam Veterans Against the War, and excerpts from Winter Soldier 2008 which took place March 14th thru the 16th in Silver Spring Maryland, organized by Iraq Vets Against The War. We also talk with Seth Manzel from the Seattle Chapter of Iraq Veteran’s Against the War, about the upcoming NW Winter Soldier, to take place May 31st at Seattle Town Hall.

Circle A Radio playlist for 04/16/2008

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Olympic Resistance
The Summer 2008 Olympics will take place in Beijing, China.  As protests continue to bring attention to the human rights abuses in this year’s summer Olympics host, Circle A Radio explores human rights abuses of Olympics past with Author and Retired Professor Helen Jefferson Lenskyj.  We will also speak with Kanahus Paltki of the Native Youth Movement about the campaign against the 2010 Winter Olympics

Circle A Radio playlist for 04/02/2008

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 Radical Hip Hop
We speak with Gabriel Yaiva, Navajo and Hopi hip hop artist, owner of the independent label Fourth World Entertainment,, empowering people through community work, such as The Peace and Balance Project,

Circle A Radio playlist for 03/19/2008

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March 19: Cambodia and their Tribunals
In 2001 the Cambodian National Assembly passed a law to create the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia for the Prosecution of Crimes Committed during the Period of Democratic Kampuchea.  For regular citizens of Cambodia these proceedings are beyond their means, financially and emotionally.  After over 30 years of war and genocide the citizens of Cambodia are focused on their survival, not engaging in judicial proceedings. We talk with  Bhavia Wagner, Executive Director of Friends of Cambodia, and Activist Lawyer and Asian Reporter Columnist Polo, as well as share audio from the documentary Cambodian Culture: Death Of A Sideshow: Reclaiming The Shattered Past - produced by Barbara Bernstein in 1987.

Early Morning Gumbo playlist for 09/30/2008

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Early Morning Gumbo
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DARRELL SCOTT / Frisco Depot / Modern Hymns (Appleseed)*
JOAN BAEZ / Requiem / Day After Tomorrow (Bobolink)*
FOURTOLD / Run, Come, See Jerusalem / Fourtold (Appleseed)
TIM & MOLLIE O'BRIEN / Down to the Valley to Pray / Take Me Back (SugarHill)

CEPHAS & WIGGINS / Black Rat Swing / Richmond Blues (SmFolkways)*
KELLY JOE PHELPS / River Rat Jimmy / Shine Eyed Mister Zen (Ryko)
LINDA THOMPSON / Versatile Heart / Versatile Heart (Rounder)
PINE LEAF BOYS / Wild Side of Life / Blues de Musicien (Arhoolie)

TONI PRICE / Bluebird / Hey (Antone's)
FLACO JIMENEZ (w/EMMYLOU HARRIS) / West Texas Waltz / Partners (Reprise)
(pledge break)
JOSH RITTER / Daddy's Little Pumpkin / Live at the Record Exchange EP (V2records)
JOHN PRINE / Fish & Whistle / Souvenirs (OhBoy)
GREG BROWN / Fishing with Bill / Philo So Far (Philo) various
(pledge break)
CREOLE BELLES / Hee Haw|Scott Playboy Special / Creole Belles (Arhoolie)*
FEUFOLLET / Jolie Fille / Cow Island Hop (Valcour)*
MAGNOLIA SISTERS / La Fleur de la Jeunesse / Chers Amis (Rounder)
RED STICK RAMBLERS / Katrina / Made in the Shade (SugarHill)
(pledge break)
DAVE VAN RONK / Buckets of Rain / ...and the tin pan bended and the story ended... (SmFolkways)
ELIZA GILKYSON / Love Minus Zero|No Limit / A Nod to Bob (RedHouse) various
(pledge break)
LUI COLLINS + DANA ROBINSON / Chatauqua Day / Paired Down Vol.2 (self)
JOHN HARTFORD / Turn Your Radio On / Aereo-Plain (Rounder)

      * new release or reissue

Rockaholics Anonymous playlist for 09/29/2008

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Isley BrosRespectableRCA/did not chart59
Sam & DaveWrap It Upstax b side68
ChiffonsEasy to Lovedid not chart/He's so Fine=biggest hit64
Cliff Richard & the ShadowsWe Say YeahUK b side61
Blues ProjectCheryl's Goin' HomeAl Kooper keyboards66
KeymenYanks in Londoninstro64
Jerry Lee LewisHigh School Confidentiallive (BIRTHDAY TODAY)80
Rev-LonsAfter Last Nightso cal gals/did not chart64
Mamas & PapasStraight Shooterb side/66
Karen VerrosYou Just Gotta Know my Mindcomp Donovan Leitch!66
KinksDead End Streetcharted briefly here, big over there66
Jerry Lee Lewis + Jimmy PageRock'n rollled zep hit06
Beach BoysBreak Awaycharted briefly68
Dave Dee, Dozy Beaky Mick & TichHold tightUK top ten, did not chart stateside66
Wilson PickettThree Time Loserno artist charted this standard! comp Don Covay (Chain of Fools etc)66
Mitch Ryder & Detroit WheelsI'd Rather Go to Jailb side67
Del ShannonBreak Upbrief chart life for his last top 100 of the sixties66
Glen CampbellGuess I'm Dumbtoured as a Beach Boy//Brian Wilson comp/prod/backing voc65
Nicky Hopkins (with QMS)Edward the Mad Shit Grinderpiano instro71
Bee GeesYou'll Never See My Face AgainOdessa album68
Boys Next DoorI Could See me Dancing with Youminn66
ExcitersJust Not Readynyc gals64
Detroit WheelsSlow Fizzinstro67
Jerry Lee LewisWho Lotta Shakin' Goin' Onearly version57
Gene Vincent & the BluecapsGonna Back up Babytoo good? for the b side of Race w the Devil/virginia56
William BellForever wouldn't be too Longstax/ unreleased68
Booker T & MGsSoul Manstax unrel68
Five AmericansDon't Blame Meb side66
RonettesHow Does it Feelspector/album cut64
ShadowsGenie w the Light Brown LampUK hit, no US release/instro64

woulda coulda shoulda: potential hits that were left on the B side.

also a birthday tribute to JERRY LEE LEWIS.

Midnight Mixtape playlist for 09/28/2008

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Thee HeadcoatsThiefThief 7"360
The KinksDead End StreetSingles
Alan PricePoor PeopleO Lucky Man!Warner
Thee HeadcoatsTime Will TellTime Will Tell 7"Sub
Point Juncture, WABiathalonHeart To ElkSelf
WipersIs This Real?Is This Real?
Mission Of BurmaThis Is Not A PhotographSignals, Calls &
RamonesBad BrainRoad To
XTCHelicopterDrums &
Talking HeadsSwampSpeaking In
IretsuName Our Numbers, NumbersName Our Numbers, NumbersHidden
31 KnotsUpping The MandateWorried
Viva VoceLesson No. 1The Heat Can Melt Your BrainAmore
SpoonI Could Be Underground30 Gallon Tank
Blonde RedheadLuv MachineIn Expression Of InexpressibleTouch &
RadioheadParanoid AndroidBest
Point Juncture, WAKings Part IIHeart To ElkSelf
Q And Not USoft PyramidsSoft Pyramids 7"
EvensMt. Pleasant Isn'
CrabsAnything & EverythingAnything & Everything 7"
Loch LomondElephants & Little
Syd BarrettDark GlobeThe Madcap LaughsSimply
Corrina ReppSpace And Dead
Shelley ShortCoo Coo
Hillfolk NoirPreface To A HoleDiggin SongsSelf
Elliott SmithHappinessFigure
Neil YoungOnly Love Can Break Your HeartAfter The
Beach BoysGod Only Knows (live)Endless
David BowieThe Bewlay BrothersHunky
Captain BeefheartBuggy Boogie WoogieLick My Decals Off
XTCComplicated GameDrums &
Public Image
Jesus LizardEyesoreJesus Lizard 10"
MelvinsBilly FishNude With
31 KnotsCompass CommandsWorried
WipersAlien BoyIs This Real?
Swim Swam SwumNot In Your WayPDX Pop Now!
Dinah WashingtonWheel Of
Lil' PitFeeling GoodLil Pit 7"Kill Rock
Ornette ColemanPeaceThe Shape Of Jazz To
Ben Allison & Man Sized SafeLanguage Of LoveLittle Things Run The

Thinking about the bailout in the first segment...

Instrumental breaks provided by 31 Knots, Radiohead, Ben Allison, Elliott Smith and Blue Cranes


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