#391 – October 19, 2011 Playlist

Wednesday MidDay Medley
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Wednesday, October 19, 2011:

Local & New Releases
+ Occupy KC with Marc Shipley

1. Raleigh Moncrief – “Lament for Morning”
from: Watered Down / Independent / expected release: October 25, 2011 [from: Sacramento We played this on March 23]

2. Youth Lagoon – “Cannons”
from: The Year of Hibernation / Fat Possum Records / Sept. 27, 2011
[YL is Trevor Powers of Boise, ID who played the Record Bar back on September 21.]

3. Wild Flag -“Romance”
from: Wild Flag / Merge / Sept. 21, 2011
[2nd single from the debut of the four-piece super group, of sorts, based in Portland, Oregon and Washington, D.C. that consists of Carrie Brownstein (formerly of Sleater-Kinney), Mary Timony (formerly of Helium), Rebecca Cole (formerly of The Minders) and Janet Weiss (formerly of Quasi and Sleater-Kinney). The band recently played the Record bar on Oct. 5.]

10:14 – Underwriting

10:15

4. Dollar Fox – “Happy To Be Alive”
from: Close To Home / Independent / Nov. 5, 2010
[played LIVE on our “Little Bit Country” show on Oct. 27. Dollar Fox will play live at the Record Bar on Friday, October 21, going on around 11:45.]

5. Mavis Staples – “We Shall Not Be Moved”
from: We’ll Never Turn Back / Anti / April 24, 2007
[Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Mavis Staples, of The Staple Singers, is a celebrated equal rights activist. She’s performed at inaugural parties for Presidents Kennedy, Carter and Clinton, The record is filled with freedom songs. Mavis Staples, who marched and sang and protested alongside Dr. Martin Luther King during the Civil Rights movement of the 1960s, saw her sense of hope validated on Nov. 4th, 2008 when Barrack Obama was elected President. Mavis Staples plays Helzberg Hall at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, Thursday, December 8, 2011. More Info at: kauffmancenter.org or 816-994-7222.]

6. Brewer & Shipley – “Shake Off The Demons”
from: One Toke Over The Line: The Best of Brewer & Shipley / Buddha Records / Aug 7, 2001
[The title track from their 4th album, “Shake Off the Demon,” recorded in San Francisco, released on Kama Sutra Records. The duo has released 12 albums and continued to tour together, part time. At present, Michael Brewer lives outside of Branson, Missouri. Tom Shipley lives in Rolla, Missouri, where he is part of the staff of Missouri University of Science & Technology (formerly the University of Missouri – Rolla). He is manager of distance learning, video, audio, and other special video productions for the university.]

10:30 – Interview with Marc Shipley

Marc Shipley, son of Tom Shipley of the musical folk-rock duo: Brewer & Shipley. Marc Shipley joins us to discuss Occupy KC which was inspired by Occupy Wall Street is an ongoing series of demonstrations in New York City, based in Zuccotti Park on Wall Street. These protests were inspired by the Arab Spring movement, especially Cairo’s Tahrir Square protests. The participants are mainly protesting social and economic inequality, corporate greed, as well as the power and influence of corporations, particularly from the financial service sector, and lobbyists over government. By October 9, similar demonstrations were either ongoing or had been held in 70 major cities and over 600 communities in the U.S., including the estimated 100,000 people who demonstrated on Saturday October 15. Internationally, other “Occupy” protests have modeled themselves after Occupy Wall Street, in over 900 cities. Occupy KC set up their site, on September 27, 2011, at 1 Memorial Drive, in an amazing location just south of Liberty Memorial, just West of The Federal Reserve Bank, and just east of the public art installation, created by artist, John Salvest that is titled IOU/USA. OccupyKC has held several rallies attracting over 700 people, and growing. More info at: occupy.com

Occupy KC has set up camp at 1 Memorial Drive, in an amazing location just south of Liberty Memorial, just West of The Federal Reserve Bank, and just east of the public art installation, created by artist, John Salvest that is titled IOU/USA.

10:45

7. Tom Morello: The Nightwatchman – “Save The Hammer for The Man”
from: World Wide Rebel Songs/ New West Records / August 29, 2010
[the song features Ben Harper. Born on May 30, 1964, in Harlem, New York, Tom Morello is a Grammy Award-winning American guitarist best known for his tenure with the bands Rage Against the Machine, Audioslave, his acoustic solo act The Nightwatchman his alter-ego and solo act formed in 2003 as an outlet for his political views while he was playing apolitical music with Audioslave. Tom is also the co-founder of the non-profit political activist organization, Axis of Justice, which airs monthly on KPFK 90.7FM in Los Angeles. He is best known for his unique and creative guitar playing style, which incorporates feedback noises, unconventional picking and tapping as well as heavy use of guitar effects. He was ranked #26 in the Rolling Stone list of the “100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time.”]

8. Joe Strummer – “Without People, You’re Nothing” (Spoken Word)
from: The Future is Unwritten / Capitol Records Records / March 30, 2007
[Music from the Rockumentory film directed by Julien Temple.]

9. Joe Strummer and The Mescaleros – “Johnny Appleseed”
from: Global A Go-Go / Hellcat Records / July 24, 2001
[2nd album by Joe Strummer and The Mescaleros, displaying trademark genre-melding folk-rock and Strummer’s unique lyrical style.]

11:00

10. Joel Kraft – “Catalpas”
from: Big Ideas / Blinking Light Records / April 11, 2006
[Now based in Portland. Joel Kraft will be in concert Saturday, October 22, at Prospero’s books at West 39th Street and Bell, with Mikal Shapiro.]

11. Mikal Shapiro – “The Situation”
from: the crow, the lark & the loon / Independent / 2008
[Artist, Singer & Songwriter, Mikal Shapiro’s recording The Crow, The Lark & The Loon made our list of The 100 Best Recordings of 2008. She has recorded several solo and collaborative recordings and performs in many different venues in Kansas City. Mikal will be in concert Saturday, October 22, at Prospero’s books at West 39th Street and Bell, with Joel Kraft. ]

12. Molly Picture Club – “Satellites”
from: four on the floor [EP] / Independent / 2011
[Kansas City Based band featuring: Aniko Adany- vocals, synths, keys, omnichord, Matthew Hayden- drums, drum sequencing, and Michael Tipton- vocals, guitar, bass. Playing the Riot Room tomorrow night, October 20, with Actors & Actresses.]

13. Barclay Martin Ensemble – “Dance In The Rain”
from: Pools That Swell With The Rain / Independent / September 24, 2010
[Barclay Martin will be in concert, TONIGHT at the Record Bar, going on at around 11:00 PM. Barclay Martin & Friends will be in concert on Saturday, October 22, at The R Bar. Info at: BarclayMartin.com.]

11:15

14. Howard Iceberg & The Titanics – “To Have and To Hold”
from: Welcome Aboard! Vol. 2 / Independent / June 26, 2011
[7-CD set, includes over 100 new songs, featuring The Titanics: Gary Paredes on lead guitar, Dan Mesh on rhythm guitar, Scott Easterday on bass, Pat Tomek on drums. With contributions from over 70 local artists, who’ve joined in on Howard’s “never-ending recording project” conducted in Pat Tomek’s home studio. Howard iceberg & The Titanics take the Czar Bar stage tonight, Oct. 19 at 7:15 PM]

15. Twin Sister – “Space Babe”
from: In Heaven / Domino / September 27, 2011
[from Long Island, NYC, recently played the Bottlenect opening for the Pains of Being Pure a Heart]

16. Milagres – “Glowing Moth (Radio Edit)”
from: Glowing Moth / Kill Rock Stars / September 13, 2011
[Official debut recording from Brooklyn-based, five-piece band.]

11:30

17. Laura Marling – “Sophia”
from: A Creature I Don’t Know / Virgin – Ribbon Music / Sept. 13, 2011
[3rd album by British singer-songwriter. Her debut album Alas, I Cannot Swim and her second album I Speak Because I Can were nominated for the Mercury Music Prize in 2008 and 2010 respectively. She won Best Female Solo Artist at the 2011 Brit Awards.]

18. The Beets – “Doing As I Do”
from: Let the Poison Out / Sub Pop / October 24, 2011
[from Queens, NY, and this is their 3rd full-length record. Recorded with Gary Olsen of the Ladybug Transistor, Let the Poison Out is a collection of 13 songs about letting the poison out of your system. ]

19. Iris DeMent – “I’ll Take My Sorrow Straight”
from: The Way I Should / Warner Brothers / 1996
[Produced by Randy Scruggs] [Iris DeMent will be in concert in a rare KC performance with her husband Greg Brown, on 11-11-11 at The Folly Theatre to honor and benefit United Inner City Services home of St. Mark Child and Family Development Center. For tickets call The Folly Box Office at 816.474.4444 or Ticketmaster.com]

20. Greg Brown – “Rain & Snow”
from: Freak Flag / Yep Roc Records / May 10, 2011
[Greg Brown will be in concert in a rare KC performance with his wife Iris Dement, on 11-11-11 at The Folly Theatre to honor and benefit United Inner City Services home of St. Mark Child and Family Development Center. For tickets call The Folly Box Office at 816.474.4444 or Ticketmaster.com]

11:45

21. Clap Your Hands Say Yeah – “Same Mistake”
from: Hysterical / self released / September 13, 2011
[3rd album from Brooklyn and Philadelphia, based band. Their debut album, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, was self-released in 2005. All songs written by Alec Ounsworth. His first solo album, Mo Beauty was released October 20, 2009, on Anti- Records.]

22. William Shatner – “Bohemian Rhapsody”
from: Seeking Major Tom / Cleopatra Records / October 11, 2011
[4th studio album from actor, writer, director, William Shatner performing 18 space-themed cover songs on his first covers album since 1968′s “The Transformed Man.” Songs performed in Shatner’s unique vocal style, with Sheryl Crow, John Wetton, Patrick Moraz, Ritchie Blackmore, Alan Parsons, Peter Frampton, Nick Valensi, Zakk Wylde, Mike Inez, Chris Adler, Steve Howe, Michael Schenker, Dave Davies, Johnny Winter, Brad Paisley, Bootsy Collins, and Toots performing the instruments on nearly every track. It is “concept album” and Shatner ties all of the tracks together by utilizes actual NASA communication and reprises lines from “Rocket Man,” “Major Tom (Coming Home),” and “Space Oddity” on tracks throughout the two discs.]

11:59:30

23. Noel Coward – “The Party’s Over Now”
from: Noel Coward in New York / drg / 2003 [orig. 1957]

Sources for Notes: Artist’s websites noted above and wikipedia.org

Show #391

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