KUSF In Exile 07.21.12 8-9 AM Double Mocha DJ Junglebook

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1. David Boeddinghaus / "Pass the Jug" {soundtrack to local boy Terry Zwigoff's "Crumb"}

2. Sherman and Larsen / "50 Million Commies Can't Be Wrong"

3. Junior Brown / "Hong Kong Blues" {h/t to Mihaly}

4. Dossier on SMERSH agent Red Grant, "From Russia With Love" by Ian Fleming

5. The Rev. Horton Heat / "Folsom Prison Blues"

6. Nancy Sinatra / "As Tears Go By"

7. Idiot Glee / "Ain't No Sunshine"

8. Cory Combs / "Tell Me Something' Good" Mendocino? From the North Bay, I think.

9. Yo la Tengo / "Tighten Up" {excerpt}

10. Bonnie Hayes / "Vintage People" (hitmaker and Blue Bear Music School songwriting teacher!)

11. Foo Fighters vs. Sublime / "All My Sublime Life"

12. The Catheads / "I Would Kill For Suzy"

13. Miriam Makeba / "Pata Pata"

14. The Beatles (mostly George Harrison) / "Piece of My Heart" {excerpt}

15. Cake / "Never Never Gonna Give You Up" (Read the great autobiography of Barry White!)

16. Gene Vincent / "Ain't That Too Much"

17. Problem Child (feat. Rene Arbuckle) / "Date With Your Brother"

18. The Illuminoids / "Gimme Shelter" {remix} [excerpt]

19. Vince Neil / "Breaking In the Gun"

20. The Rolling Stones remixed by Soulwax / "You Can't Always Get what You Want"

21. Jakatta / "American Dream" (under back-announce)

22. The Donnas / "Living After Midnight"

23. Queen Eve and the Kings / "All Hail the Queen" {excerpt}

24. Meat Loaf / "All Revved Up With No Place to Go" {excerpt}

My show is called Double Mocha, because it goes from slow and sleepy at 8 a.m. to moving and jittery by 9, every Saturday morning. It's strong and stimulating, but still sweet. It's extremely freeform, though it's mostly 20th Century music, from the 20s to the 90s. Also featured are artists and songs associated with San Francisco and California, drawing not only on official recordings, but also from my own deep stash of demo tapes, rehearsal and live recordings, plus all kinds of other sounds, voices, noises and audio environments from the past 100 years. With your host, DJ Junglebook.

p.s. - You can even follow me on Pinterest! http://pinterest.com/halfbeat/ And if that's just not enough Junglebook, I also program a tiny online TV station called www.HalfBeat.com , with three channels spinning out tons of entertainment without your having to lift a finger.

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