KUSF In Exile 05.04.12 3-4 PM FAB MAB LIVE REDUX DJ Terry Hammer

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The Damned - Ballroom Blitz

Pt.1 Fab Mab Live Redux featuring Sudden Fun Live Old Waldorf 3/30/80 Benefit for C.M.I.;

Future Girl
Rock'N'Roll Radio
Fashion Girl
Girl Of My Heart
I'm Dyin' To Be Cool
I Can Feel The Fire
I Can't Wait for The Weekend
You're Out Of Time

Pt.2 Fab Mab Live Redux featuring the Lloyds Live Old Waldorf 3/30/80 Benefit for C.M.I.:

Attitude Check
Kill Me
All Alone
We Blew 'Em All Away
I Don't Want You Around
Tell Him

Next Week's show features a Special Tribute to Bob Marley. May the 11th is 31 years exactly to the day of Bob Marley's death.The show features an Excellent live recording from the KSAN-FM broadcast of Bob Marley & The Wailers from the Boarding House in San Francisco 7/7/75.This is the very best live performance by them ever!!

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FAB MAB LIVE REDUX is a collection of live tape recordings that were recorded,mixed & produced by Terry Hammer circa 1979 through 1981 for various Bay Area radio stations.The weekly program was originally called FAB MAB LIVE.This is your chance to go back in time to the period when it all began and enjoy the great punk bands who started it all. These recordings were recorded sitting in the loud venues with headphones on and mixing on a cheap Peavey 12 channel mixing board direct to 2 Track Reel To Reel.They reflect the way the bands sounded at the time,drunk,stoned,out of tune and sometimes in tune.So,sit back,tune in,turn on,and experience the thrill of being at the great punk venues back in the day when it all began.And since these shows were mixed on headphones,they also sound better listening to them with headphones on turned up LOUD! Most shows are less than an hour,so, the hour will be filled with a delicious mixture of old school punk & reggae,with a taste of motown & 60's garage bands to round out the program.For a complete list of my live recordings,go to my website at http://www.angelfire.com/oh/liveperformances/livetapes.html

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