Saturday, July 17, 2010

Episode 20

This week's podcast was informed by the westernmost reaches of our state, where weeks of rain have turned the desert into a blooming oasis. Mountain Man gets us on the road, and their debut drops on Tuesday, a week that sees a number of great releases and a highly-anticipated local show from Phosphorescent (Thursday at ND). The stuttering rockabilly of Hasil Adkins two-steps with the sunny remembrances of the Kinks and there's a double shot of Department of Eagles waiting on the other side (both pulled from their recent Archive 2003-2006, which we reviewed here). Charles Mingus offers up some epic free jazz noir before the melancholic psych-folk of Amen Dunes (new EP out July 27) closes up the trip. Dig it below:


Mountain Man--How I'm Doin'
Phosphorescent--Nothing Was Delivered (Love Me Foolishly)
Hasil Adkins--Chicken Walk
The Kinks--Picture Book
Dungen--Marken Låg Stilla
Buffalo Springfield--Rock And Roll Woman
Department of Eagles--Practice Room Sketch 2
Yma Sumac--Ataypura (High Andes)
Charles Mingus--Track A-Solo Dancer: Stop! Look! And Listen, Sinner Jim Whitney!
Department of Eagles--Golden Apple
Amen Dunes--Murder Dull Mind

Total time: 35:26


Waterloo Sunset Podcast #20

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