#589 – August 5, 2015 Playlist

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 5, 2015

Spinning Records With Merritt + Calvin Arsenia

Marion Merrit & Calvin Arsenia

Marion Merrit & Calvin Arsenia


10:00

At the very beginning of the show, at 10:00, we welcomed KKFI’s Special Events Coordinator and Volunteer Coordinator, Bill Sundahl, who joined us to talk about:

Sprint Presents:
90.1FM Crossroads Music Fest
A Benefit for 90.1FM KKFI Kansas City Community Radio
This 11th Annual Fest is a Celebration of KC Music with talent from around the Midwest.

Saturday September 12th, 2015 – 6:00 pm to 2:00 am [All venues are within 2 blocks]

7 Stages:

Sprint Main Stage – All ages – Crossroads East 1837 Grand Blvd

Ink Stage – All Ages – The Record Machine Showcase – The Living Room~1818 McGee – Upstairs

Stage Name TBA – The Living Room~1818 McGee – Downstairs

Vinyl Renaissance Stage – All Ages – KC Psych Fest & Haymaker Records Showcase – Mod Gallery 1809 McGee

Kissick Construction Stage – 21+ – The Brick at 1727 McGee

KCPT Stage – 21+ – The Tank Room at 1813 Grand

Green Lady Stage – 21+ – Green Lady Lounge 1809 Grand

35 + Artists:

Not A Planet | My Brothers & Sisters | Katy Guillen & The Girls | Lauren Anderson | Willie Arthur Smith’s MARCHING COBRAS! | She’s A Keeper | The Philistines | Amanda Fish Band | Duncan Burnett & The Ministry | Spirit is the Spirit | Westerners | Light Music |The Free Years | Max Justus | Julian Davis | The Phantastics | Ruddy Swain | Slow Motion Commotion | Instant Karma | The Kemps | Pink Royal | GAV7D Project | Rural Grit All-Stars| Conner Leimer | Mod Professor | Riala | Dark Satellites | 3 Son Green | Freight Train Rabbit Killer | Janet The Planet | Molly Hammer Quartet | Organ Jazz Trio | Jessica Paige | Sara Morgan

Sponsors:

Sprint | Boulevard Brewing Co. | KCPT – Channel 19 | Missouri Bank | Live KC | Neighborhood Tourist Development Fund | Kissick Construction | Ink Magazine |
90.1 KKFI Kansas City Community Radio | 90.9 The Bridge | Vinyl Renaissance |
KC Area Development Council – America’s Creative Crossroads

TICKETS ON SALE NOW:
http://www.BrownPaperTickets .com | $15.00 in advance | $20.00 at gate day of show

10:10

Marion Merritt Guest Producer & Co-Host

Marion Merritt is our most frequent contributor to WMM, joining us to share her musical discoveries and information from her musically encyclopedic brain. Records With Merritt, is at 1614 Westport Rd. in Kansas City, Missouri. More info at: http://www.recordswithmerritt.com

1. Main Title Instrumental – “It’s Showtime Folksâ” 
from: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack to All That Jazz / 1980 [WMM’s theme song]  

2. Dimitri From Paris – “Prologue”
from: Sacrebleu / Atlantic / 2001

3. Shin Joong Hyun – “‘J’ Blues 72 – Shin Joong Hyun”
from: Beautiful Rivers And Mountains: The Psychedelic Rock Sound Of South Korea’s Shin Joong Hyun 1958-74 / Light In The Attic / 2011

4. Darondo – “Didn’t I”
from: Listen To My Song: The Music City Sessions / Big Beat Records / 2015

5. Darondo – “Luscious Lady”
from: Listen To My Song: The Music City Sessions / Big Beat Records / 2015

10:37 – Underwriting

6. Ikebe Shakedown – “Tujunga”
from: Ikebe Shakedown / Ubiquity Recordings / 2011

7. Monophonics – “Lying Eyes”
from: Sound of Sinning / Transistor Sounds / 2015

8. Monophonics – “La La La Love Me”
from: Sound of Sinning / Transistor Sounds / 2015

9. Shuggie Otis – “Sweet Thang”
from: Freedom Flight / Music On Vinyl (1971 Epic) / 2015

10. Shuggie Otis – “Purple”
from: Freedom Flight / Music On Vinyl (1971 Epic) / 2015

11:03 – Station ID

11. Nightmares On Wax – “Passion”
from: In a Space Outta Sound / Warp Records (2008 Warp) / 2014

12. Andy Stott – “Violence”
from: Faith In Strangers / Modern Love / 2014

Marion Merritt, Calvin Arsenia, and Maria Vasquez Boyd

Marion Merritt, Calvin Arsenia, and Maria Vasquez Boyd

11:15 – Interview with Calvin Arsenia

13. Calvin Arsenia – “Aquamarine”
unreleased LIVE recording of performance in Edinburgh, Scotland, the night before Calvin returned to the United States.

11:19

24 year old Calvin Arsenia returns to Wednesday MidDay Medley after most recently joining us in March. His 2014 EP, Moments, was in our Top Ten, of The 114 Best Recordings of 2014. Calvin Arsenia recently came home to KC after living in Edinburgh, Scotland. Standing at 6 foot 5 inches, Arsenia’s powerful vocals span a 3.5 octave range, while playing piano, guitar and harp. Calvin Arsenia has written, arranged and produced 5 EPs including Prose, his new 9-song collection, released February 3, 2015. Calvin Arsenia plays The Riot Room, August 17, at 8:00pm. More info at: http://www.calvinarsenia.com

Calvin Arsenia has been very busy, releasing a new EP, graduating from the the Artist Inc. program, playing piano in Christian Hankel’s Silver: A Noir Ballet, for KC Fringe Fest.

Last time Calvin was on the show, in March, he performed his song “Cardiac” live in our 90.1 FM Studios. Since then he haa been working on this song as a new recording, collaborating with Jamie Searle of My Brothers & Sisters, who has created new arrangements for the recording.

11:25

14. Calvin Arsenia – “Cardiac”
unreleased track

11:29

Calvin is currently collaborating with metalsmith artist Sydney Pener on a project that will feature her crowns.

Calvin Arsenia Influences: Bjork, Dirty Projectors, Joanna Newsom, Sufjan Stevens

Calvin’s 2015 EP release, Prose, was recorded over the course of three live sessions at Edinburgh’s Napier University. Produced by Graham Coe. Engineered by David O’Leary. Music and Lyrics: Calvin Arsenia, with Fiona Reid & Liselot Van Oosterom on vocals, Graham Coe on cello, Mark Smith on percussion, Lyle Watt on guitar, Calvin Arsenia on vocals, guitar & piano.

Calvin Arsenia plays The Riot Room, August 17, at 8:00pm. More info at: http://www.calvinarsenia.com

11:35

15. Calvin Arsenia – “Kaleidescope Eyes”
unreleased track

11:39 – Underwriting

11:46

16. Jacco Gardner – “Cabinet of Curiosities”
from: Cabinet of Curiosities / Trouble In Mind / 2013

11:55

17. Fuzz – “What’s In My Head?”
from: Fuzz / In The Red Records / 2013

11:59:30



18. Noel Coward – “The Party’s Over Now”

from: Noel Coward in New York / drg / 2003 [orig. 1957]



Next week on Wed, August 12, Sterling Witt joins us to share new songs from his new album Satyagraha recorded with legendary producer Steve Albini in Chicago. Also joining us is Robin Rosenberger of Moondrop Circus who collaborated with Sterling on his “Perception Deception” music video and the Pledge Music campaign kick off concert featuring MoonDrop Circus to be held August 15, at The Workhouse – Kansas City Historic Castle, 2001 Vine Street, in Kansas City Missouri. Also Britt Adair, of The Bad Ideas, joins us to share information about Summer Kamp Fest II, Friday, August 14 at miniBar, Saturday, August 15 at Harling’s Upstairs, and Sunday, August 16, at FOKL, featuring 23 bands. At 11:30 Ryan Lee Toms & Jonathan Thatch, members of KC based, HMPH! Haymaker Records presents HMPH! “Headrush” Vinyl Release Party Friday, August 21 at 9:30pm, at Harling’s Upstairs in KCMO, with Rhunes & Arc Flash.



Sources for notes: artist’s websites, bios, wikipedia.org



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