KUSF In Exile 05.30.12 Midnight-2 AM World of Wonder DJ Matt Davignon

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In tonight's episode, I share my own musical influences, from age 6
well into adulthood, starting with a birthday song from my dear old
dad. Why do such a show? I'm planning to have guest hosts from the
local weird music community in the coming months, and I'm hoping they
might sometimes share their influences. (Also, it's a nice easy

Also, I mention that the Emerson Lake and Palmer "Tarkus" album cover
is ideal for 14 year old boys. The image file above is the inside
cover art. Check it out!

0:00:00) Opening Chimes
0:00:19) Chap Davignon "Matthew" (unreleased), 1981
0:03:10) hello
0:04:28) Chap Davignon "Ludwilla" (unreleased), 1981
0:08:11) The Monkees "Daily Nightly" from "Pisces, Aquarius, Capricon
& Jones Ltd", 1967
0:10:36) Thomas Dolby "One of our Submarines" from "The Golden Age of
Wireless", 1983
0:15:40) announcements
0:17:35) Talking Heads "Making Flippy Floppy" from "Speaking in Tongues", 1983
0:22:06) Pink Floyd "Embryo" from "Works", 1983 (recorded 1968)
0:26:27) Emerson, Lane & Palmer "Eruption/Stones of Years" from "Tarkus", 1971
0:32:45) The Alan Parsons Project "Breakdown" from "I, Robot", 1977
0:36:45) Yes "The Fish (Schindleria Praematurus)" from "Fragile", 1972
0:39:00) announcements
0:42:12) Kansas "The Spider" from "Point of Know Return"
0:44:14) Depeche Mode "Clean" from "violator", 1990
0:49:30) Nine Inch Nails "Memoribilia" from "Closer to God" single, 1994
0:56:51) Coil "Disco Hospital" and "Teenage Lightning 1" from "Love's
Secret Domain", 1993
1:00:57) Announcements & Aphex Twin "Windowsill" from "Selected
Ambient Works, Vol. 2", 1994
1:05:56) Throbbing Gristle "D.O.A." from "D.O.A. The Third and Final
Annual Report of Throbbing Gristle", 1978
1:11:49) Doubting Thomas "Yowtch" from "The Infidel", 1991
1:15:25) FM Einheit "Prolog" from "Prometheus/Lear", 1993
1:22:38) announcements & Syncanonymous "God's Face" from "November This", 1993
1:26:46) Syncanonymous "Syncanonymous Harmon" from "November This", 1993
1:30:51) Jon Hassel & Brian Eno "Griot (over 'Contagious Music')" from
"Fourth World Vol. 1: Possible Musics", 1980
1:34:35) Klaus Schulze "Mindphaser" (excerpt) from "Moondawn", 1976
1:39:35) Morton Subotnick "Silver Apples of the Moon, Part B" (excerpt)
1:45:51) Dead Voices on Air "Aetsomme" and "Ant-Point" from "Shap", 1996
1:50:00) Rafter "Kerosene Bath", unreleased (circa 1995)
1:51:06) Announcements & Oval "Vitra Desk" from "Dok", 1998
1:56:16) Paul Stapleton & Matt Davignon - improvisation

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