KUSF In Exile 08.04.12 8-9 AM Double Mocha DJ Junglebook

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Double Mocha
DJ Junglebook
Episode No. 6:
Saturday, 8/04

Memphis Minnie / "Me and My Chauffeur"

Wavy Gravy / "On Bill Graham"

Jimmy Wakely / "Moon Over Montana"

Al Dexter and His State Troopers / "Pistol Packin' Mama"

Conspiracy of Beards / "Chelsea Hotel"

Sam Cooke / "Cupid"

Neil Young and Crazy Horse / "This Land Is Your Land"

The Guess Who / "American Woman"

Laura Marling / "All My Rage"

David Cooper / "Plain Glazed" (under back-announce)

Jefferson Airplane / "Clergy" (actually the sound, from the
Airplane's first live album, of the crowd watching "King Kong"
before the Airplane came out to play)

Beau Brummels / "Bless You California"

Tom Waits / "Jockey Full of Bourbon"

Man...or Astro-Man? / "Sadie Hawkins' Atom Bomb"

Sir Douglas Quintet / "Mendocino"

Poe / "Choking the Cherry"

Clint Eastwood / "I know what you're thinking..."

Iggy Pop / "I'm Bored"

Monty Python and the Holy Grail / "Elderberries"

The Beastie Boys remixed by Mike Boogie / "Alive"

Don King / "The man without imagination..."

Artist Unknown (The Fibonaccis?) / "These Boots Are Made
for Walking"

David Bowie / "I'm Afraid of Americans" {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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