#686 – June 14, 2017 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, June 14, 2017

Spinning Records With Marion Merritt
+ Scott Hrabko and Summer

Today, we welcome back to the show, Marion Merritt as our special “Guest Producer.” For more than 13 years she 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. Keeping alive the tradition of female-owned, independent record stores on Westport Road. Our area independent record stores make available MidCoastal releases from independent KC music artists and labels, while also hosting multiple weekly in-store shows featuring young area and touring bands.

Marion Merritt, Thanks for being with us on Wednesday MidDay Medley

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. Pond – “30000 Megatons”
from: The Weather / Marathon Artists / May 5, 2017

4. Pond – “Sweep Me Off My Feet”
from: The Weather / Marathon Artists / May 5, 2017

5. Robert Wyatt – “At Last I Am Free”
from: Nothing Can Stop Us / Thirsty Ear / 1998 [Reissued on Domino 2010]

6. The Como Mamas – “Move Upstairs”
from: Move Upstairs / Daptone Records / May 19, 2017

7. Benjamin Booker Ft. Mavis Staples – “Witness (Edited)”
from: Witness / ATO Records / June 2, 2017

10:25 – Underwriting

8. Nhú De Ped´Bia – “Nós Criola”
from: Synthesize the Soul: Astro-Atlantic Hypnotica from the Cape Verde Islands 1973-1988 / Ostinato Records / February 24, 2017

9. Banteay Ampil Band – “Please Take Care of My Mother”
from: Cambodian Liberation Songs / Banteay Ampil Band / Jan 1, 1983
[Reissued by Akuphone / 2017]

10. Julien Baker – “Blacktop”
from: Sprained Ankle / 6131 Records / October 23, 2015

11. London Grammar – “Truth Is a Beautiful Thing”
from: Truth Is a Beautiful Thing / Sony / June 9, 2017

12. Feist – “Pleasure”
from: Pleasure / Interscope Records / April 28, 2017

10:59 – Station ID

13. Jackie Mittoo – “Get Up and Get It”
from: The Keyboard King at Studio One / Univeral / June 5, 2000 [Reissued 2013]

14. Combo Los Yogas – “Que No Muera el Son”
from: Cañabrava Música / Vampisoul – Discos Fuentes / February 10, 2017

15. The Raincoats – “Lola”
from: The Raincoats / Rough Trade Records / November 3, 1979
[Re-released November 9, 2009 on vinyl on We ThRee (the band’s own label in the UK and Kill Rock Stars in the US.] [Reissued by Second WindRecords- 2017]

16. The Flying Lizards – “Money (Edit)”
from: Money – EP / Virgin / April 14, 2008 [originally released as a single July 13, 1979][Written by Barrett Strong originally released in Aug. 1959, then by The Beatles, Nov. 22, 1963]

17. Gene Faith – “Love of a Woman Soul of a Man”
from : Virtue Recording Studios / Tramp Records / May 5, 2017

18. Bob Marshall & The A/Cs – “Big Ladies Man”
from : Virtue Recording Studios / Tramp Records / May 5, 2017

19. Beach Fossils – “Sugar”
from: Somersault / Bayonet Records / June 2, 2017

20. 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]

21. Madlib – “Movie Finale”
from: Beat Konducta, Vol. 3 & 4: In India / Stones Throw / August 21, 2007

Marion Merritt, Thank you so much for being with us on Wednesday MidDay Medley

11:29 – Underwriting

22. Scott Hrabko & The Rabbits – “A Thrill of My Own”
from: Summer / Scott Hrabko / June 23, 2017
[3rd full length album release and follow up to his 2015 release Biscuits and Gravity. Scott Hrabko on vocals & guitar; Marco Pascolini on pedal steel, lap steel, and baritone guitar; Fred Wickham on lead guitar; Josh Arnold on bass & vocals; and Tim Higgins on drums, with guest artists: Brett Hodges on fiddle, Havilah Bruders on vocals, Dan Bliss on guitar, Mikal Shapiro on vocals, Chad Brothers on guitar & vocals, Bart Colliver on piano and accordian, and Kevin Dolan on mandolin. Recorded in part and mixed in full by Paul Malinowski at Massive Sound.]

[Scott Hrabko with Jason Beers and Marco Pascolini play Westport Saloon, Sat, June 17]

[Scott Hrabko & The Rabbits play a CD Release Show, Fri, June 23 at 7:00 PM at The Brick.]

11:35 – Interview with Scott Hrabko

Scott Hrabko has played with Kansas City’s oldest garage band, The Original Sinners, as well as various incarnations of the 1980s bands: The Splinters, and The Andersons. In the 1990s he performed as a solo artist in coffee houses rubbibg shoulders with Iris Dement and Howard Eisberg. Scott Hrabko’s 2014 critically acclaimed solo release, “Gone Places” was said to be 30 years in the making. Now Scott Hrabko is getting set to release his 3rd full length album called Summer, recorded with his band Scott Hrabko and the Rabbitts. Summer is the follow up to his 2015 release Biscuits and Gravity. Scott Hrabko & The Rabbits play a CD Release Show, Friday, June 23 at 7:00 PM at The Brick.

Scott Hrabko thank you for being with us on Wednesday MidDay Medley

Scott Hrabko’s new album, Summer includes:

Scott Hrabko on vocals & guitar;
Marco Pascolini on pedal steel, lap steel, and baritone guitar;
Fred Wickham on lead guitar;
Josh Arnold on bass & vocals;
and Tim Higgins on drums,

Summer also includes special guest artists: Brett Hodges on fiddle, Havilah Bruders on vocals, Dan Bliss on guitar, Mikal Shapiro on vocals, Chad Brothers on guitar & vocals, Bart Colliver on piano and acordian, and Kevin Dolan on mandolin.

Recorded in part and mixed in full by Paul Malinowski at Massive Sound.

11:42

23. Scott Hrabko & The Rabbits – “Eyes of Bonnie Blue”
from: Summer / Scott Hrabko / June 23, 2017]

Scott Hrabko performed in coffee houses in the lat 1980s with Iris Dement and Howard Eisberg.

Scott Hrabko’s CD Release Show at the Brick on June 23 will include the full band along with special guests: Havilah Bruders and Lauren Krum on background vocals, Mikal Shapiro and Chad Brothers, Brett Hodges, and Cowboy Bart Colliver on piano and accordian.

Upcoming Shows:

Scott Hrabko with Jason Beers and Marco Pascolini play Westport Saloon, Sat, June 17.

Scott Hrabko & The Rabbits play a CD Release Show, Fri, June 23 at 7:00 PM at The Brick.

Scott Hrabko and Fred Wickham play Ollies Local, July 1 for Saturday Storytellers.

11:55

24. Scott Hrabko & The Rabbits –”Corrina (Don’t Take The Long Way Home)”
from: Summer / Scott Hrabko / June 23, 2017

[Scott Hrabko with Jason Beers and Marco Pascolini play Westport Saloon, Sat, June 17]

[Scott Hrabko & The Rabbits play a CD Release Show, Fri, June 23 at 7:00 PM at The Brick.]

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

Next week on June 21 we play more New and MidCoastal Releases, Jamie Rich, Austin Williams, and David Weeda join us to discuss the up coming Out Her Now LGBT Film Festival at The Tivoli and the Ordinance Project. Plus members of the band Salty join us LIVE in our 90.1 FM Studios

Our Script/Playlist is a “cut and paste” of information.
Sources for notes: artist’s websites, bios, wikipedia.org

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Show #686

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