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, August 30, 2017
Spinning Records With Marion Merritt
+ Ada Brumback
Marion Merritt joined us as “Guest Producer.” For more than 13 years Marion Merritt has been sharing her musical discoveries and information from her encyclopedic brain. Marion is the creator of Records With Merritt, a small, independent, minority owned business, at 1614 Westport Rd. in Kansas City, Missouri.
We also talked with Kansas City based musician, freelance videographer and editor, Ada Brumback, who plays guitar in the band Bedroom Wounds.
1. “Main Title Instrumental – It’s Showtime Folks”
from: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack to All That Jazz / 1980 [WMM’s theme song]
2. Dimitri From Paris – “Prologue”
from: Sacrebleu / Atlantic / 2001
3. The Heliocentrics – “The Sunshine Makers”
from: The Sunshine Makers (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) / Soundway Records / 2017
4. Mulatu Astatke & The Heliocentrics – “Masenqo”
from: Inspiration Information 3 / Strut!K7 / 2009
5. Mulatu Astatke – “Yègellé Tezeta (My Own Memory)”
from: Éthiopiques, Vol. 4: Ethio Jazz & Musique Instrumentale (1969-1974) / Buda Musique /98
6. Laurel Halo – “Moontalk”
from: Dust / Hyperdub / 2017
7. Laurel Halo – “Jelly”
from: Dust / Hyperdub / 2017
10:32 – Underwriting
8. Clement Djimogne – “Africa”
from: Pop Makossa (The Invasive Dance Beat of Cameroon 1976 – 1984)/2017 Analog Africa
9. Pasteur Lappe – “Na Real Sekele Fo’ Ya”
from: Na Man Pass Man / Africa Seven / 2017
10. Danny Offia & The Friks – “Funk with Me”
from: Doing It in Lagos: Boogie, Pop & Disco in 1980’s Nigeria / PMG / 2017
10:57 – Station ID
11. This Is the Kit – “Moonshine Freeze”
from: Moonshine Freeze / Rough Trade / 2017
12. This Is the Kit – “Bullet Proof”
from: Moonshine Freeze / Rough Trade / 2017
13. Come On – “Housewives Play Tennis”
from: The Come On Story / Manufactured Records / 2017
14. Television Personalities – “Games for Boys”
from: They Could Have Been Bigger Than the Beatles / Fire Records-Velvel Records / 1997 [2017 Fire Records]
15. Lewis Parker – “The Glass Ceiling (Main Theme)” [Instrumental]
from: The Puzzle: Episode 2 – The Glass Ceiling (Instrumentals) / King Underground / October 19, 2014 [Reissued by King Underground 2017]
16. Madlib – “Movie Finale”
from: Beat Konducta, Vol. 3 & 4: In India / Stones Throw / August 21, 2007
17. The Beginner’s Mynd – “Don’t Lose Your Mind”
from: Don’t Lose Your Mind / 13 O’Clock / 2017
18. The Kaisers – “Wishing Street”
from: Wishing Street / No Hit / 1998 [Revolver Music / 2017]
Marion Merritt thanks for being with us on WMM. Coming up we talk w/ Ada Brumback
11:29 – Underwriting
19. BEDROOM WOUNDS – “Exist In The Night”
from: Bedroom Wounds / Error/Records / January 6, 2017
[Bedroom Wounds play Records With Merritt, on Wednesday, August 30, at 7:00 PM, with Runaway Brother, Jessica Knight (of Looming), Prince Daddy and the Hyena, and Natural Man & the Reactors.
11:35 – Interview with Ada Brumback
KC based musician, freelance videographer and editor, Ada Brumback, plays guitar in the band Bedroom Wounds. Ada Brumback plays drums and has collaborated with the Springfield, Illinois band, Looming: the Chicago band, Cold Country; and area singer songwriter Doby Watson. Ada works at Black Lodge Recording studios in Eudora, Kansas, owned by Lawrence based, international recording artist Kawehi. Ada Brumback joins us to share tracks from Bedroom Wounds, Looming, and Told Slant.
Ada Brumback thank you for being with us on Wednesday MidDay Medley
Bedroom Wounds started as a solo recording project of Kristian Kyle Ratliff during his time in Springfield, IL. Formerly of the emo-rock band Our Lady 2010 to 2016, (Mayfly Records) With Bedroom Wounds, Kristian Kyle Ratliff, “furthered expressions of inner strife through the darkened tunnel that is loss. From dealing with these feelings personally, to watching loved ones engulfed in pain, Ratliff has formulated a sonic aura of unsettling proportions.” All tracks created by Kristian Kyle Ratliff. Recorded, mixed, and mastered by Brandon Carnes at Southtown Studios in Springfield, IL.
Bedroom Wounds is now a 4-piece band in Kristian Kyle’s new home of KC, MO. Ada Brumback plays guitar in the band.
Ada Brumback has collaborated as videographer for the Springfield, Illinois band, Looming.
20. Looming – “Down”
from: Seed / No Sleep Records / September 29, 2017
[1st single from the upcoming release of Springfield, Illinois based band formed in 2013. The band consists of: Jessica Knight on bass & lead vocals, Brandon Carnes on drums & backing vocals, Mitch Baker on guitar & backing vocals, Nick Demarco on guitar, Cassie Staub on guitar & synthesizer. (Original member Jordan Fein left the band after their debut release.) “The band originally came together over a shared common vision and passion for songwriting. After years performing in various Springfield bands (Mother Leopard, Lovecow, Our Lady, Big Storm) the group fell into a natural groove with one another and became known for their unique emo-pop that’s led by the inimitable vocal stylings of Knight that pair perfectly with the band’s bright, airy sound.” “Three guitars work together to perform thick, overlapping lines that lead to satisfying breakdowns. Front-woman Jessica Knight’s curious, chewy singing style and a thumping rhythm section give Looming a potent edge above their peers. ” This album is a follow up to theor debut full-length album, Nailbiter that came out in August 14, 2015.]
[Jessica Knight (of Looming) plays Records With Merritt, on Wednesday, August 30, at 7:00 PM, with Runaway Brother, Bedroom Wounds, Prince Daddy and the Hyena, and Natural Man & the Reactors.]
21. Told Slant –”Lack”
from: Still Water / Double Whammy Records / August 5, 2012
[Told Slant is the songwriting project of Felix Walworth (They/Them), Brooklyn based lyricist, producer, and founding member of The Epoch arts collective. Walworth started the project in 2011 as a means of marking a stylistic shift in their songwriting, specifically a shift toward understated, ambling arrangements and simple, illustrative lyrics. Told Slant’s debut LP, Still Water, was self-released in 2012, then re-released and pressed to vinyl by Broken World Media in 2014. The band released their follow full-length record, Going By, with Double Double Whammy in the summer of 2016. Though Told Slant functions more like a “solo project” in its recorded state, its live incarnation is arranged and performed by Walworth and Epoch co- collaborators Emily Sprague of Florist (She/Her, They/Them), Oliver Kalb of Bellows (He/Him), and Gabrielle Smith of Eskimeaux (She/Her). Sprague, Kalb, and Smith bring their particular sets of influences and intuitions to the band’s live sets in a way that draws out more energetic and dynamic arrangements from the songs. Told Slant’s members live in Brooklyn, NY, and tour actively.]
22. Noel Coward – “The Party’s Over Now”
from: Noel Coward in New York / drg / 2003 [orig. 1957]
[WMM Closing Theme]
Next week on September 6, 90.1 FM Development Director, Bill Sundahl joins us for a 2-hour show spinning music from 18 artists playing the 13th Annual Crossroads Music Fest, Saturday, September 9, featuring over 60 bands & artists, on 9 stages, all in a 3-block area.
Our Script/Playlist is a “cut and paste” of information.
Sources for notes: artist’s websites, bios, wikipedia.org
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