WMM Playlist from July 31, 2013

Wednesday MidDay Medley
TEN to NOON Wednesdays – Streaming at KKFI.org
90.1 FM KKFI – Kansas City Community Radio
Produced and Hosted by Mark Manning

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

David Burchfield + Mat Shoare
+ Guest DJ Matthew Hayden

1. Merry Clayton – “Southern Man”
from: 20 Feet from Stardom (Music from the Motion Picture) / Columbia / June 7, 2013
[Born Dec. 25, 1948, in Gert Town, New Orleans, Clayton began her recording career in 1962 at the age of 13, singing “Who Can I Count On? (When I Can’t Count On You)” as a duet with Bobby Darin. She has provided back-up vocals with Mick Jagger on The Rolling Stones song “Gimme Shelter.” Her early career included performances with Ray Charles as one of The Raelettes. She has sang with Neil Young’s debut album 1968, Lynyrd Skynyrd’s “Sweet Home Alabama,” and for Tom Jones, Joe Cocker and Carole King. She also originated the role of the Acid Queen in the original 1972 London production of The Who’s Tommy.] [Merry is currently featured in Twenty Feet From Stardom, a documentary about background singers and their contributions to the music industry. Merry also just released The Best of Merry Clayton.]

10:06

2. John Velghe & The Prodigal Sons – “Love’s No Place”
from: Love No Place Single release b/w “Affection” / Lakeshore Records / Nov 27, 2012
[John Velghe – vox, guitars, keyboards. The Prodigal Sons: Mike Alexander – guitar, mandolin, backing vocals; Chris Wagner – bass, backing vocals; GoGo Ray – drum set; Hermon Mehari – trumpet; Sam Hughes – saxophone; Mike Walker – trombone.] [John Velghe and the Prodigal Sons have been nominated for a 2013 Pitch Music Award for Best Americana / Bluegrass Band]

[John Velghe and The Prodigal Sons will be playing the Pitch Music Awards Showcase this Friday, August 2 at 8:30 PM on the Outdoor Stage in the lot next to Buzzard Beach.]

[John Velghe and The Prodigal Sons will be playing Knuckleheads Saloon, Thursday, August 8.]

10:09 – Underwriting

10:10

3. David Burchfield and The Great Stop – “Rite two”
from: Perseids / Independent / August 10, 2013
[Produced by David Bennett]

[David Burchfield and The Great Stop play a special CD Release Show & Farewell Concert, Saturday, August 10, at 7:00 pm, at The recordBar, 1020 Westport Road with Lawrence band Olassa.]

10:14 – Interview with David Burchfield

In December of 2011, David Burchfield released “The Beginning,” which was recorded here in Kansas City with Mike Crawford. David Burchfield joined us in February of 2012 to play live on the show with members of his band The Great Stop. Leslie Hammer, Devon Russell & Seth Jenkins. David joined us today to discuss his new recording with The Great Stop called: “Perseids” that will be released this week. David Burchfield and The Great Stop play a special CD Release show & Farewell Concert, Saturday, August 10, at 7:00 pm, at The recordBar, 1020 Westport Road with Lawrence band Olassa. More info at: davidburchfieldmusic.com

When we talked with David over a year ago, he had recently moved back to the Kansas City area after living in Golden, Colorado and working with a solar energy company. David spent years working in environmental education and youth development; helping migrant farmworkers; teaching, hiking, and clearing trails at the Philmont Scout Ranch in New Mexico; working with justice issues and children in Guatemala City, Guatemala.

David is now returning to do post graduate work in Boulder, Colorado, in August.

10:20

3. David Burchfield and The Great Stop – “Sun Came Up”
from: Perseids / Independent / August 10, 2013
[Produced by David Bennett]

10:24

When David as on our show, back in February of 2012, The Great Stop played the song “Perseids” live in our 90.1 FM Studios. Perseids is, the stream of debris cloud that stretches along the orbit of the comet Swift-Tuttle. The cloud consists of particles ejected by the comet as it travels on its 130-year orbit. Most of the dust in the cloud today is around a thousand years old.

Information about the musical recording “Perseid” is available through: Davidburchfieldmusic.com.

11:29

4. David Burchfield and The Great Stop – “Perseids”
from: Perseids / Independent / August 10, 2013

[David Burchfield and The Great Stop play a special CD Release show & Farewell Concert, Saturday, August 10, at 7:00 pm, at The recordBar, 1020 Westport Road with Lawrence band Olassa.]

10:33

5. The Empty Spaces – “Holidays Are Nice and Warm”
from: Party Line / Golden Sound Records / July 24, 2012
[KC based band formed from a studio band that recorded Mat Shoare’s solo album The Empty Spaces in 2010.]

[Mat Shoare plays the Pitch Music Awards Showcase this Fri, Aug 2, at Californos, at 7:00 pm]

10:36 – Interview with Mat Shoare

23 year old dynamo, Mat Shoare played live on our Jan 23rd WMM. His full length solo recording, “Domestic Partnership” was released December 11, 2012, on Golden Sound Records. Mat has released two EPs with his band The Empty Spaces. All of the music is available at Golden Sound Records, an independent, Kansas City based record label Mat founded with his friends Jerad Tomasino and Ross Brown. Mat Shoare has just been nominated for a Pitch Music Award for Best Singer-Songwriter, and his band The Empty Spaces has also been nominated for Best Garage Band.

Mat Shoare prefers the homemade sound and feel in his recordings, The Golden Sound Records website reports that most parts of his solo album were recorded by Mat in multiple bedrooms, basements, and offices from winter 2011 through the fall of 2012.

The Golden Sound Records website desribes “Domestic Partnership” as a recollection of love, loss, and love again. Then loss…and so forth.”

Ross Brown plays drums on Mat’s songs and also with his band The Empty Spaces, your band that has release two EPs including 2012’s “Party Line” which was part of our 112 Best Recordings of 2012.

Mat Shoare is nominated for a Pitch Music Award for Best Singer-Songwriter, and his band The Empty Spaces has also been nominated for Best Garage Band. More information at GoldenSoundRecords.com

10:48

7. Mat Shoare – “Keeping Everyone Happy”
from: Domestic Partnership / Golden Sound Records / December 11, 2013
[All songs by Mat Shoare. Made by Mat Shoare and Ross Brown. Most parts of this album were recorded by Mat Shoare in multiple bedrooms, basements, and offices from winter 2011 till fall 2012. It was finally focused into something cohesive by Ross Brown at The Reservation in Kansas City, MO.]

[Mat Shoare plays the Pitch Music Awards Showcase this Fri, Aug 2, at Californos, at 7:00 pm]

8. Molly Picture Club – “Typical Biped”
from: In My Own Time Machine / Independent / April 30, 2013
[Aniko Adany: vocals, keys, synths & omnichord; Matthew Hayden: drums, & drum sequencing; Michael Tipton: vocals, guitar, & bass. All songs written, arranged, performed, & produced by Molly Picture Club. Additional percussion by Justin Skinner. Drums recorded, EP Mixed & Mastered by Duane Trower at Weights & Measures Soundlab. All other sounds recorded by Matthew Hayden at Southland Studios.]

9. The Postal Service – “We Will Become Silhouettes”
from: Give Up (Deluxe 10th Anniversary) (3 record set) / Sub Pop / April 9, 2013
[It’s been a decade since The Postal Service released “Give Up” Feb, 2003. The indie classic recently went platinum! Sub Pop is released a deluxe, 10th anniversary reissue featuring 15 bonus tracks, including covers by The Shins and Iron & Wine, and two brand new Postal Service songs, “Turn Around” and “A Tattered Line of String.” The Postal Service are currently on tour with Ben Gibbard, Jimmy Tamberello with Jenny Lewis.]

[The Postal Service play The Midland Theatre: Tues, July 30 and Wed, July 31 with Mates of State.]

11:00 – Matthew Hayden “Guest DJ.”

Musician, percussionist, producer and member of Molly Picture Club – Matthew Hayden, joined us as “Guest DJ.”

Matthew Hayden played music from: Afrolicious, Frank Biyong & The Afrolectric Orkestra, Alton Ellis, Lee “Scratch” Perry, Junior Murvin, Cedric Im Brooks & the Light of Saba, Buari, Willam Onyeabor, and Gil Scott-Heron.

10. Afrolicious – “Revolution”
from: California Dreaming / ESL Music / May 28, 2013
[Debut full length from San Francisco based band. The collective throws the best Thursday night dance party in the bay area as voted by the San Francisco Guardian. Their weekly Show is at the Elbow Room every Thursday if you are visiting.]

11. Franck Biyong & The Afrolectric Orkestra – “African History”
from: Impala Afrobeats 2 / Wagram Records / May 7, 2003
[Born in Cameroon in 1973 Frank Biyong. He learned to play and compose music in West Africa namely Nigeria and Gabon. More info at: franckbiyong.com]

12. Alton Ellis – “African Descendants”
from: Studio One Funk / Soul Jazz Records / Sept. 25, 2004 Import
[Alton Ellis (September 1, 1938 – October 10, 2008) was one of the innovators of Rocksteady. This track centers on the fact that we are African and all come from Africa.]

11:15

Matthew talked about The Food People: Cultivate KC, Bread KC, and Howards Organic Market

11:18

13. Lee “Scratch” Perry – “Soul Fire”
from: Reggae Greats / Island Records / 1984
[The Seminal reggae producer. Song is about feeding the poor]

14. Junior Murvin – “Police and Thieves”
from: Reggae Greats / Island Records / 1984
[Song peaked at # 23 on th UK singles charts in 1980. It was also produced by Lee Perry]

15. Cedric Im Brooks & the Light of Saba – “Sabebe”
from: Light of Saba / Craze Productions / 1974
[Cedric im Brooks (1943 – May 3, 2013) was a Jamaican Saxophonist and flautist known for his solo recordings and as a member of The Mystic Revelation of Rastafari]

11:32

Matthew talked about Social Spaces: Cartwheel, Byproduct – The Laundromat, Jarboe Initiative, and Utilitarian Workshop

11:36 – Underwriting

16. Buari – “Advice from Father”
from: African Disco from the 1970’s / Nascente / [originally released in 1975]

17. William Onyeabor – “Better Change Your Mind”
from: World Psychedelic Classics Vol 3 / Luaka Bop / March 8, 2005

11:54

Matthew talked about: Midwest Music Foundation, KKFI, Plug Projects, and Gypsy Market Royal

11:57

18. Gil Scott-Heron – “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised”
from: Pieces of a Man / RCA / 1971
[Gil Scott-Heron poet, musician and activist. Its amazing how relevant this piece is 42 years after its release. ]

Sources for notes on tracks: artist’s websites and wikipedia.org

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