Desert Island DJs {bpr.podcast} https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast.php?id=5 en Backporch Revolution's curated series of guests DJ put together some tasty mixes of all genres from around the world that people with eclectic music tastes should enjoy. Featuring some former WTUL New Orleans DJs, BPR musicians, and other folks with deep music knowledge and a knack for putting together a playlist. The rules are evolving, but in this version of Lord of the Flies, Piggy and the glasses win. https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast/coverart/Desert-Island-DJs-1400.jpg {bpr.podcast: Desert Island DJs} https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast.php?id=5 60 Backporch Revolution's curated series of guests DJ put together some tasty mixes. Featuring some former WTUL New Orleans DJs, BPR musicians, and other folks with eclectic music tastes. Backporch Revolution's curated series of guests DJ put together some tasty mixes. Featuring some former WTUL New Orleans DJs, BPR musicians, and other folks with eclectic music tastes. no Backporch Revolution podcasts_contact@backporchrevolution.com Episode 1: Deep Tunnels of Bliss & Blur https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=14 https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=14 Thu, 08 Mar 2012 17:14:08 -0600 <a href="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast/mp3_hi/bprp014-TreySmith-TunnelsOfBlissAndBlur.mp3"><img src="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/assets/images/podcasts_BPRP-014/Desert-Island-DJs-550.jpg" style="float:left; padding-right:10px; padding-bottom:10px; width:150px; height:150px;"/></a>"Deep Tunnels of Bliss and Blur" is the first in our new 2012 series. Brought to you by DJ Trey Smith it's a trip down the halls of ambient minimalism featuring Scientific American, Mountains, and Seefeel. 01:22:55 "Deep Tunnels of Bliss and Blur" is the first in our new 2012 series. Brought to you by DJ Trey Smith it's a trip down the halls of ambient minimalism featuring Scientific American, Mountains, and Seefeel. Episode 2: I've Got a Lot of Friends https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=15 https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=15 Thu, 15 Mar 2012 16:22:15 -0500 <a href="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast/mp3_hi/bprp015-DrGumbo-IveGotALotOfFriends.mp3"><img src="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/assets/images/podcasts_BPRP-015/BPRPodcast01.jpg" style="float:left; padding-right:10px; padding-bottom:10px; width:150px; height:150px;"/></a>Doctor Gumbo (aka Tyrconnell and Dylan O'Donnell) glides into the new series with with this chilled downtempo mix featuring Mazzy Star, Brian Eno, and Air. 01:06:49 Doctor Gumbo (aka Tyrconnell and Dylan O'Donnell) glides into the new series with with this chilled downtempo mix featuring Mazzy Star, Brian Eno, and Air. Episode 3: The Old Road Hog's Mixtape #1 https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=16 https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=16 Fri, 23 Mar 2012 09:13:23 -0500 <a href="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast/mp3_hi/bprp016-OldRoadHog-Mixtape1.mp3"><img src="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/assets/images/podcasts_BPRP-016/Podcast_DRR-001.jpg" style="float:left; padding-right:10px; padding-bottom:10px; width:150px; height:150px;"/></a>The Old Road Hog is David Rhoden, and he likes to boogie. Here he is with a killer mixtape of garage and soul including some juicy rarities and some surprising outliers by Beefheart, and Rick James. His track notes are in the Lyrics tag of the mp 00:41:08 The Old Road Hog is David Rhoden, and he likes to boogie. Here he is with a killer mixtape of garage and soul including some juicy rarities and some surprising outliers by Beefheart, and Rick James. His track notes are in the Lyrics tag of the mp Episode 4 - What's That Strange Glow? https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=17 https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=17 Thu, 29 Mar 2012 22:59:29 -0500 <a href="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast/mp3_hi/bprp017-Pinkysqueak-Strange_glow.mp3"><img src="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/assets/images/podcasts_BPRP-017/bpr-DJ-cover-PINKYSQUEAK.jpg" style="float:left; padding-right:10px; padding-bottom:10px; width:150px; height:150px;"/></a>Pinkysqueak (Dan Haugh) throws his hat in the ring with a mix to draw the curtains on the other side of your mind. Or something! 60s psych and pop battles with tracks from This Heat and Red Transistor. 00:42:38 Pinkysqueak (Dan Haugh) throws his hat in the ring with a mix to draw the curtains on the other side of your mind. Or something! 60s psych and pop battles with tracks from This Heat and Red Transistor. Pinkysqueak (Dan Haugh) throws his hat in the ring with a mix to draw the curtains on the other side of your mind. Or something! 0:00 - 3:39 Red Transistor - Not Bite 3:40 - 6:48 The Accent - Red Sky at Night 6:49 - 9:17 Junior Parker - Tomorrow Never Knows 9:18 - 17:22 This Heat - Horizontal Hold 17:23 - 23:08 Gong - Master Builder 23:09 - 26:05 Dennis Wilson - Thoughts of You 26:06 - 33:18 Faust - Sunshine Girl 33:19 - 38:59 Slug - Crawl 39:00 - 41:54 The Beach Boys - A Day in the Life of a Tree 41:55 - 42:38 Charlie McAlister - Winter Is Coming https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=18 https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=18 Thu, 05 Apr 2012 22:37:05 -0500 <a href="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast/mp3_hi/bprp018-cZen-nineties_ambiance.mp3"><img src="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/assets/images/podcasts_BPRP-018/BPRPodcast02.jpg" style="float:left; padding-right:10px; padding-bottom:10px; width:150px; height:150px;"/></a>.CitiZen.oBjeCts. is B. Aubrey Freeman, long-standing double bass player for Why Are We Building Such a Big Ship? and one-half of BPR projects Geisterfahrer and Sketches of an Amorous Window. Here's his alternatingly blissed-out, heavy, and ethereal drone 01:23:35 .CitiZen.oBjeCts. is B. Aubrey Freeman, long-standing double bass player for Why Are We Building Such a Big Ship? and one-half of BPR projects Geisterfahrer and Sketches of an Amorous Window. Here's his alternatingly blissed-out, heavy, and ethereal drone Episode 6 - Discrete Mix https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=19 https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=19 Fri, 13 Apr 2012 00:09:13 -0500 <a href="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast/mp3_hi/bprp019-dalio-discrete.mp3"><img src="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/assets/images/podcasts_BPRP-019/Discrete-Playlist.jpg" style="float:left; padding-right:10px; padding-bottom:10px; width:150px; height:150px;"/></a>Episode 6. The Discrete Mix from Andrew Dalio features tracks from Popul Vuh, Yes, and Brians Wilson and Eno. 01:00:13 Episode 6. The Discrete Mix from Andrew Dalio features tracks from Popul Vuh, Yes, and Brians Wilson and Eno. Episode 7 - Not Your Cup Of Tea part 1: Allergic to Echo https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=20 https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=20 Thu, 19 Apr 2012 23:32:19 -0500 <a href="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast/mp3_hi/bprp020-DuncanEdwards-AllergicToEcho.mp3"><img src="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/assets/images/podcasts_BPRP-020/duncan-phonebox-levitate-copy.jpg" style="float:left; padding-right:10px; padding-bottom:10px; width:150px; height:150px;"/></a>Former WTUL DJ Duncan Edwards (you know, that one with the British accent) has, after much needling and suffering, been finally coaxed to put together a DJ set. The first of his sure-to-be-many podcast mixes is entitled "Allergic to Echo". 01:21:44 Former WTUL DJ Duncan Edwards (you know, that one with the British accent) has, after much needling and suffering, been finally coaxed to put together a DJ set. The first of his sure-to-be-many podcast mixes is entitled "Allergic to Echo". Former WTUL DJ Duncan Edwards (you know, that one with the British accent) has, after much needling and suffering, been finally coaxed to learn enough technology to put together a DJ set. The first of his sure-to-be-many podcast mixes is entitled "Allergic to Echo". If you listen carefully you can hear the Texas bathroom tile. Be sure to check the notes! 1. Xaviera Hollander - My attitude to sex 2.Twenty Knives - Royal Inc. 3.The Misunderstood - Children of The Sun 4.Blank Dogs - Tin Birds 5.Mike Sammes & The Mike Sammes Singers - Chocolate Vienna 6.The Caretaker - All You're Going To Want To Do Is Get Back There Airbreak 7.Kathy McCord - I Will Never Be Alone Again 8.Incredible String Band - Gently Tender 9.James Joyce/Eric Satie - Eolian Episode/Gnossiene (DJ Spooky Dub Version) 10.Stian Westerhus - Trailer Trash Ballad 11.Sandro Perri - Futureactive Kid (Pt.1) 12. Raymond Scott - Futurama (Interstial) 13.Salim Nourallah - Travolta Airbreak 14.Appliance - Throwing a Curve Ball (Peel Session) 15.39 Clocks - Aspertando Godo 16.Dalek - A Collection of Miserable Thoughts Laced With Wit 17.John Henry & Blossom - My Wireless Set (Excerpt) 18.Edward Ka-Spel - Doughnut 19.Mikes Sammes & The Mike Sammes Singers - Timex 20.Scanner - Anna Livia Plurabelle 21.Opium Warlords - Meet Me At The Iron Place 22.Joseph Taylor - Sprig O'Time 23.Savage Republic - Ivory Coast (7") 24.Jakob Olausson - Riding On The Wind 25.Frog Eyes - Lear, In The Park Airbreak 26.Ken Nordine with Bill Frisell & Wayne Horowitz/Ringo Starr - Pinnochio Medley (Do You See The Noses Growing? Desolation Theme/When You Wish Upon A Star) 27.Twenty Knives - Landing Sequence. Notes: Xaviera Hollander wrote "The Happy Hooker". This spoken piece is from the Various Artists compilation Music For Mentalists. She was deported from the USA. I may have pronounced her name wrong. The Royal We by Twenty Knives was my favorite album of 2011. The Misunderstood. John Peel saw them live in the US in the 1960s and enticed them to the UK to record but it all went wrong due to espionage and immigration problems (to say the least). Mike Sammes (& Singers). A couple of tracks here from Music For Biscuits. They also have done an extraordinary album of "hip" hymns. The Caretaker. As in The Shining. Check out his exploits and those of Leyland james Kirby and V/VM. Kathy McCord. This track was written by Chip Taylor who also wrote "Wild Thing". From the Women Blue compilation. Incredible String Band.Recently had several remastered CDs reissued. Various members still going strong, in fact Robin Williamson is playing the Acoustic Festival of Great Britain this summer (at Uttoxeter, Staffordshire). One of the women became Lady Mayoress of a remote UK town while the other, Licourice, disappeared into California and has only surfaced with a mention in Elmore Leonard's book Freaky Deaky. DJ Spooky. His remixes of Joyce/Satie and also Raymond Scott are from his album Sound Unbound. Stian Westerhus. One of the shorter pieces from his latest album of guitar experimentation. Sandro Perri. His Tiny Mirrors album was one of the best of a couple of years back. His latest Impossible Shapes sees him almost becoming Arthur Russell when he's not becoming Boz Scaggs. Salim Nourallah is also a sought after producer around our way. Hit Parade is his newest. Appliance. Their album Manual is one of the last great proper length vinyl albums. 39 Clocks have the distinction of having William Burroughs once demand that they stop playing. John Henry & Blossom. From Victrola Favorites on the incredible Dust to Digital label. Edward Ka-Spel is from Legendary Pink Dots. Scanner - This track is quite quiet and reasonably long but it's worth it. The piece shares a title with James Joyce. Opium Warlords - a live recording (supposedly). "Sprig O'Time" - The EMI vaults in London have been ex Episode 8 - 83 to Infinity https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=23 https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=23 Thu, 26 Apr 2012 20:52:26 -0500 <a href="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast/mp3_hi/bprp022-PlatinumConcepts-83toInfinity.mp3"><img src="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/assets/images/podcasts_BPRP-022/01-83-to-Infinity03.jpg" style="float:left; padding-right:10px; padding-bottom:10px; width:150px; height:150px;"/></a>Another former WTUL DJ, but this one prefers to remain a bit more anonymous, however. Platinum Concepts digs through his 1980's stacks to bring you 83 to Infinity. 00:48:16 Another former WTUL DJ, but this one prefers to remain a bit more anonymous, however. Platinum Concepts digs through his 1980's stacks to bring you 83 to Infinity. Another former WTUL DJ, but this one prefers to remain a bit more anonymous, however. Platinum Concepts digs through his 1980's stacks to bring you 83 to Infinity. 1. Mecano - Profile (Edit) 2. Dr. John - Jet Set (Instrumental) 3. Maze - Love Is the Key 4. The Armed Gang - For You My Girl 5. Freeez - Love's Gonna Get You 6. Dave Grusin - Night Lines 7. Charlie - Spacer Woman 8. Kashif - The Mood 9. Jah Wobble/The Edge/Holger Czukay - Hold Onto Your Dreams Episode 9 - East of the West & West of the East - Part 1: Illusions of India https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=24 https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=24 Fri, 04 May 2012 17:06:04 -0500 <a href="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast/mp3_hi/bprp023-aleatoric-IllusionsOfIndia.mp3"><img src="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/assets/images/podcasts_BPRP-023/Alec-podcast1.jpg" style="float:left; padding-right:10px; padding-bottom:10px; width:150px; height:150px;"/></a>Since the Beatles went to India, the West has been fascinated with the music of the Subcontinent. First in a series that of mixes that demonstrate the East's influence on the West (and vice-versa). 01:10:14 Since the Beatles went to India, the West has been fascinated with the music of the Subcontinent. First in a series that of mixes that demonstrate the East's influence on the West (and vice-versa). Since the Beatles went to India, the West has been fascinated with the music of the Subcontinent. First in a series that of mixes that demonstrate the East's influence on the West (and vice-versa). 00:00 "The India Song" by Big Star from #1 Record/Radio City 02:18 "Heavy Intro" by Amar from Talvin Singh presents Anokha: Soundz of the Asian Underground 05:24 "Gat Kirwani" by George Harrison from Wonderwall Music 06:40 "Indus" by Dead Can Dance from Spirit Chaser 16:00 "Love Scene" by George Harrison from Wonderwall Music 20:17 "Neti-Neti, The Hear & Now Remix" by Audio Letter featuring Don Cherry (Remixed By DJ Cheb i Sabbah) 26:38 "Mantra, Organics" by Michael Stearns from the Baraka soundtrack 31:24 "Naked" by Anoushka Shankar from Rise 35:39 "Martine, As Heavy Lifter" by The Pica Beats from Beating Back the Claws of the Cold 39:13 "Violin Solo" by DJ Cheb I Sabbah from Krishna Lila 41:52 "Streets Of Calcutta" by Ananda Shankar from The Rough Guide To The Asian Underground 46:35 "The Inner Light" by The Beatles from Past Masters, Vol. 2 49:15 "I Am Missing You" by Ravi Shankar from In Celebration (Disc 4): Vocal and Experimental 52:49 "Saraswati" by Richard Bishop from Polytheistic Fragments 1:03:38 "The Word / Om" by the Moody Blues from In Search of the Lost Chord Episode 10 - Late and Incomplete https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=25 https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=25 Thu, 10 May 2012 22:50:10 -0500 <a href="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast/mp3_hi/bprp024-Crowley-LateAndIncomplete.mp3"><img src="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/assets/images/podcasts_BPRP-024/10-Crowleyb.jpg" style="float:left; padding-right:10px; padding-bottom:10px; width:150px; height:150px;"/></a>The third in a trio of former WTUL DJs who have been cajoled into our loosely competitive podcast series, Chris Crowley slipped this mix under the door at the closing bell, winning the Ultimate Procrastination Trophy. 00:51:44 The third in a trio of former WTUL DJs who have been cajoled into our loosely competitive podcast series, Chris Crowley slipped this mix under the door at the closing bell, winning the Ultimate Procrastination Trophy. The third in a trio of former WTUL DJs who have been cajoled into our loosely competitive podcast series, Chris Crowley slipped this mix under the door at the closing bell, winning the Ultimate Procrastination Trophy. Ergo, this mix has not been proofed for your protection, nor can I write anything witty about it, but chances are if you liked Crowley's radio show, you will dig this as well. The Black Keys/Attack & Release/04 Psychotic Girl Calexico/07 - Franks Tavern Yo la Tengo/The Sounds of The Sounds of Science/lovelife Jai Alai/Jai Alai/3 - Track 3 Laddio Bolocko/As If In Real Time/05 - a passing state of well-being LCD Soundsystem/45:33/3 - 45:33 Miles Davis/On the Corner/2 - Black Satin The Mountain Goats/Protein Source of the Future Balthrop/Alabama/06 - Track 6 Os Mutantes/03 - Teclar Quintron and Miss PussyCat/loveislikeablob Episode 11 - Rhodes Makes the World Go 'Round https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=26 https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=26 Fri, 01 Jun 2012 15:29:01 -0500 <a href="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast/mp3_hi/bprp025-TreySmith-RhodesMakesTheWorldGoRound.mp3"><img src="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/assets/images/podcasts_BPRP-026/episode11-rhodes-trey.jpg" style="float:left; padding-right:10px; padding-bottom:10px; width:150px; height:150px;"/></a>Round two of the Desert Island DJ series begins with Trey Smith's second mix, an eclectic exploration into the world of the electric piano, namely the Rhodes. 01:09:02 Round two of the Desert Island DJ series begins with Trey Smith's second mix, an eclectic exploration into the world of the electric piano, namely the Rhodes. Episode 12 - 90's Ambiance pt II - the shoegaze era https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=27 https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=27 Fri, 15 Jun 2012 12:37:15 -0500 <a href="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast/mp3_hi/bprp026-cZen-90sAmbiance2-shoegaze.mp3"><img src="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/assets/images/podcasts_BPRP-026/podcast2.jpg" style="float:left; padding-right:10px; padding-bottom:10px; width:150px; height:150px;"/></a> 01:37:23 Episode 13 - Not Your Cup of Tea: Hey ho... donkey riding! https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=28 https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=28 Fri, 29 Jun 2012 12:13:29 -0500 <a href="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast/mp3_hi/bprp027-DuncanEdwards-DonkeyRides.mp3"><img src="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/assets/images/podcasts_BPRP-027/podcast2duncan_550.jpg" style="float:left; padding-right:10px; padding-bottom:10px; width:150px; height:150px;"/></a>The second in the illustrious and somewhat contentious series, "Not Your Cup of Tea" presented by veteran disc jockey and crumpet eater Duncan Edwards. Enjoy at your own risk. 01:04:57 The second in the illustrious and somewhat contentious series, "Not Your Cup of Tea" presented by veteran disc jockey and crumpet eater Duncan Edwards. Enjoy at your own risk. The second in the illustrious and somewhat contentious series, "Not Your Cup of Tea" presented by veteran disc jockey and crumpet eater Duncan Edwards. Enjoy at your own risk. 1. (Excerpt) from Sir Henry at Rawlinson End - Vivian Stanshall 2. Discord (1981 Peel session) - Fire Engines 3. Reading from "Orchesography" - John Kirkpatrick 4. Mt. Kill - Surf City 5. Hope to Meet You - Unknown Artist 6.Woman's Hour: Reading Your Letters - John Baker 7. For People - Songs of Green Pheasant 8. Airbreak 9. A Problem Solving Announcement - Sudden Sway 10. Ho Chi Minh - International Harvester 11. (Excerpts from) Chinatown Theme - Steven Brown 12. Damn Atchafalaya - Carlos Guitarlos 13. Delia's Psychedelian Waltz - Delia Derbyshire 14. Timex - Mike Sammes 15. De La Violence - Louis Scutenaire 16. Mad Bomber - Mighty Sparrow 17. Coup - 23 Skidoo 18.Airbreak 19.Get On - Tarwater 20.Cika-Laka/Cool Noises/bbb - Shukar/Radio Mentale/Raoul Hausmann 21.Moon Rocket - Roger Levern & The Microns 22. Joe Meek - Pluto Monkey 23.A Chronicle of Early Failures Pt.1/Conscious Manipulation/The Fate of Democracy - The Dead Texan/Noam Chomsky 24.I Will Find My Own Way Back - Bill Fay 25.Airbreak 26. Pass! Shoot! Goal! - Albert Whelan 27. British Bacon - Nina Katchadourian 28.The Delphian Oracle - Qubias Ghazala 29.Party - The Durutti Column 30. (Excerpt from) Sir Henry at Rawlinson End - Vivian Stanshall. Notes: Rawlinson End. The word legend" is overused, as is genius, but the legendary "Sir Henry" LP was one of several minor masterpieces created by Vivian Stanshall, a genius who, legend has it, was cajoled by the legendary John Peel's legendary producer John Walters into concentrating for long enough for it become a disturbed but hilarious reality. RIP all three of them, legendary broadcasting geniuses. Fire Engines are from post-UK punk Scotland. I think this is their best track. It's genius. "Orchesography" is from The Complete Dancing Master. "Mt. Kill" is from Surf City's self-titled 4 track EP. The Electric Cambodia album was produced by the Dengue Fever group and I won't go on anymore about Henry Kissinger's bombing policy towards Cambodia that country and also the Pol Pot regime. Trunk Records have issued a good compilation John Baker's work for the BBC and films. I expect the radio program Woman's Hour was considered groundbreaking at the time. Songs of Green Pheasant is one bloke, Duncan Sumpner, who is from N Derbyshire/S Yorks. He might be a teacher as well as a musician. No relation to G. Sumner from further north, thank God. Sudden Sway is a group who had some great ideas about records and performance. I'd keep them in my collection long after The Beatles and suchlike, despite their obvious flaws. Steven Brown is a member of Tuxedomoon. This track is from an LTM reissue called Moving Pictures and features dialogue from the film Chinatown. Damn Atchafalaya I think refers to an incident of artificially directing the course of rivers for commercial gain. You might think Mike Sammes is only good for snappy commercials but he has sung his heart out in the background on recording by Francois Hardy, Shirley Bassey and others and on something called The White Album. "De La Violence" comes from a collection (Le Groupe Surrealiste De Bruxelles, Rupture Volume 2 - 1926-1938) of Surrealist chats with Magritte and others. Scutenaire mentions the words "terrorists" and various others in French. I like his voice but have no idea what he's saying, although i support his right to say it. Probably. "Mad Bomber" - I love early calypso records before it all got pumped up and over-produced, especially the way they put a jolly tune behind some serious reportage. Nothing cheers me up over the Christmas Hols more than blasting some such tunes for days on end. The phrase 23 Skidoo has an interesting origin. So interesting I' Episode 14 - In C - {version} https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=29 https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=29 Fri, 13 Jul 2012 15:10:13 -0500 <a href="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast/mp3_hi/bprp028-dalio-InCversion.mp3"><img src="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/assets/images/podcasts_BPRP-028/andrew_DJcover.jpg" style="float:left; padding-right:10px; padding-bottom:10px; width:150px; height:150px;"/></a>Andrew Dalio with a mix of 5 versions of Terry Riley's In C. Some playing at the same time. And stuff. It starts with the Shanghai Film Orchestra. Then it gets mixed up a bit... 01:21:44 Andrew Dalio with a mix of 5 versions of Terry Riley's In C. Some playing at the same time. And stuff. It starts with the Shanghai Film Orchestra. Then it gets mixed up a bit... Andrew Dalio with a mix of 5 versions of Terry Riley's In C. Some playing at the same time. And stuff. The versions are: Shanghai Film Orchestra The original Columbia recording The 25th Anniversary Concert Acid Mothers Temple Bang on a Can All Stars It starts with the Shanghai Film Orchestra. Then it gets mixed up a bit... Episode 15 - Keys to the Clouds https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=30 https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=30 Sat, 28 Jul 2012 22:56:28 -0500 <a href="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast/mp3_hi/bprp029-aleatoric-KeysToTheClouds.mp3"><img src="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/assets/images/podcasts_BPRP-029/AlecPodcast2.jpg" style="float:left; padding-right:10px; padding-bottom:10px; width:150px; height:150px;"/></a>These tracks are all great keyboard tracks, whether Farfisa organ, Rhodes electric piano or Roland Juno synthesizer, to sail through long and humid summer days with. 01:07:10 These tracks are all great keyboard tracks, whether Farfisa organ, Rhodes electric piano or Roland Juno synthesizer, to sail through long and humid summer days with. Episode 16: The Swamp https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=31 https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=31 Fri, 10 Aug 2012 16:44:00 -0500 <a href="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast/mp3_hi/bprp030-DrGumbo-TheSwamp.mp3"><img src="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/assets/images/podcasts_BPRP-030/TheSwamp_web.jpg" style="float:left; padding-right:10px; padding-bottom:10px; width:150px; height:150px;"/></a>Doctor Gumbo returns in round two with a slammin' mix of international beats, as perfect as a Pimm's Cup for reviving yourself in the humid August summer. Savor the overtones of dub, electronic, and funk. 01:03:30 Doctor Gumbo returns in round two with a slammin' mix of international beats, as perfect as a Pimm's Cup for reviving yourself in the humid August summer. Savor the overtones of dub, electronic, and funk. Episode 17 - You Can Never Go Back https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=32 https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=32 Thu, 23 Aug 2012 22:22:23 -0500 <a href="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast/mp3_hi/bprp031-Snarkaluffagus-YouCanNeverGoBack.mp3"><img src="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/assets/images/podcasts_BPRP-031/ChristyPodcast1.jpg" style="float:left; padding-right:10px; padding-bottom:10px; width:150px; height:150px;"/></a> 00:50:51 https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=33 https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=33 Fri, 21 Sep 2012 09:15:00 -0500 <a href="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast/mp3_hi/bprp032-Potpie-Doppelgangers.mp3"><img src="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/assets/images/podcasts_BPRP-032/PIZZLE_2_web.jpg" style="float:left; padding-right:10px; padding-bottom:10px; width:150px; height:150px;"/></a>Our hops man in Asheville, former NOLA sonic shaman, and prolific BPR solo artist Potpie shares some of his favorite weird covers. 00:50:28 Our hops man in Asheville, former NOLA sonic shaman, and prolific BPR solo artist Potpie shares some of his favorite weird covers. Our hops man in Asheville, former NOLA sonic shaman, and prolific BPR solo artist Potpie shares some of his favorite covers: Rocks Off by Pussy Galore- back in the pre Blues Explosion days John Spencer et al covered the entire Exile On Main Street in what sounds like one drunken afternoon. If you look in the dictionary under "hot mess" there should be a picture of this cassette. Dear Prudence by Starfuckers- this Italian band later changed their name to Sinistri and put out many cds of ultra minimal off tempo jazz but this cover is my favorite. Vampire Blues by Wooden Shjips- a classic Neil Young song by the space rock masters. Foggy Nation by Modern Lovers- what's not to like? Black Angel's Death Song by Beck- I'm not a huge fan of Beck but this interpretation of the Velvets is really great.. 96 Tears by Suicide- another hot mess One After 909 by Laibach- heavy eastern european industrial from the 90s Satisfaction by Devo- it's fucking Devo what else do I need to say.. Satisfaction (I can't get no) by Cat Power- the same but...different Break On Through by Marc Ribot's Rootless Cosmopolitans- the Doors suck but Marc Ribot redeems! T.N.K. (Tommorrow Never Knows) by 801- Eno!!!!!!! Walrus by Boris with Merzbow- yeah, I love hearing Japanese bands trying to sing in English..noisest Beatle cover ever? Episode 19 - I Saw the Light Come Shinin' 'Round & 'Round https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=34 https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=34 Fri, 05 Oct 2012 11:43:05 -0500 <a href="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast/mp3_hi/bprp033-TreySmith-ISawTheLight.mp3"><img src="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/assets/images/podcasts_BPRP-033/episode19-web.jpg" style="float:left; padding-right:10px; padding-bottom:10px; width:150px; height:150px;"/></a>DJ Trey Smith's third installation in the series twists like a psychedelic ribbon of dub and space music.... 01:13:38 DJ Trey Smith's third installation in the series twists like a psychedelic ribbon of dub and space music.... Episode 20 - The Old Road Hog's Mixtape Number Two https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=35 https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=35 Fri, 26 Oct 2012 09:42:26 -0500 <a href="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast/mp3_hi/bprp034-OldRoadHog-Mixtape2.mp3"><img src="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/assets/images/podcasts_BPRP-034/DRR-002.jpg" style="float:left; padding-right:10px; padding-bottom:10px; width:150px; height:150px;"/></a>The Old Road Hog rolls into town all gassed up with a trunkload of killer R&B and soul tunes mixed in with some other classic underheard gems. Don't ever stop grooving. Don't ever stop moving. 00:52:09 The Old Road Hog rolls into town all gassed up with a trunkload of killer R&B and soul tunes mixed in with some other classic underheard gems. Don't ever stop grooving. Don't ever stop moving. Track listing/notes by the Old Road Hog himself: Butterballs, "Butterballs, Part 1" No idea who this guy was. He borrows a lot of lines from the great NYC DJ Frankie Crocker (or maybe it's the other way around). Wish I could hear "Butterballs, Part 2." Roland Kirk, "One Ton" This is all great, especially the flute solo and the nose flute solo, but pay a little attention to the bass: given every opportunity to get funky and change it up, he never does. Seriously, try to play along with it, it's an exercise in self-restraint. Swamp Dogg, "Total Destruction To Your Mind" The first song on his first album, and still his greatest. And he has a lot of great stuff. "But "Sittin' on a cornflake, ridin' on a rollerskate" is one of the greatest lyrics ever laid down. Blossom Dearie, "If I Were A Bell" An amazingly perfect Frank Loesser song and lyric from Guys and Dolls. Doesn't really fit in this mix but I wanted to hear it right then. The guitar (Mundell Lowe) and bass (Ray Brown) on this is great. Andre 3000, "I Do" I'm still trying to figure some of this. Three Stacks is the master of his own style, which is the opposite of flow, well maybe it's like rocky rapids. Plus all the Lenny Williams samples... Prince Buster, "It's Burke's Law" I think this is a cover of a TV theme. Anyway, it's country-western ska and it's GENIUS. The J.B.'s, "Breakin' Bread" James Brown's band waxing nostalgic about mom's cooking and having a large family. Warning: this is CATCHY. You will find yourself singing it. Great words, wonderful guitars. Wilson Pickett, "Ninety-Nine And A Half Won't Do" Slow and steady wins the race. I don't even have to say anything, this is so obviously great. Bobby Womack, "I Don't Wanna Be Hurt By Ya Love Again" I love Bobby Womack with big fat string- and horn-filled arrangements, it makes the guitar playing (by Bobby himself? don't know) and his astonishing voice sound so nice and nasty. Todd Rundgren, "Baby, Let's Swing" The chameleon in the form of a male Carole King. This wasn't a TV theme but that's an oversight. Sorry, another indulgence of mine. Lenny Williams, "Cause I Love You" Sampled earlier in the Andre 3K track. Former Tower Of Power lead singer goes solo, and why not, he has the best-sounding voice of anyone who ever lived. Great lyric, amazing songwriting, and whoever the musicians are, they're at the top of their game. The Isley Brothers, "Cold Bologna" Back to earth with this Bill Withers cover. Ronald Isley is another great voice, and the Isleys always make everything funky and great, even with some acoustic guitars. Love when the drums come in. Dee Dee Warwick, "You're No Good" This is Dionne's sister. She only had a few hits ("Foolish Fool" is the greatest one). I never liked this song because I'd only heard the dull Linda Ronstadt version. This one rules, especially the filthy guitar solo. But listen to what the drummer is doing. Can you do that? Clint Eph. Sebastian and the Junkers, "Jane" From a great comp called "Money No Be Sand", all songs from African bands under the influence of the Beatles and the sound of the sixties. The guitar solo in this is just crazy. Stevie Wonder, "If You Really Love Me" Is this top 40? It should be Top 1. FOREVER. The right-channel horns on the chorus are really beautiful. (Oh yeah, get out your headphones for this one.) I love the garbagey drums (played by Stevie) and handclaps compared to the gorgeous horns and that motherfucker of a bassline. The girl singer and co-writer (with Stevie) is Mrs. Wonder, Syreeta Wright (1946-2004). The song went to #8 on the Billboard Hot 100. Charles Wright and the 103rd Street Rhythm Band, "Let's Make Love, Not War" The same guy who does "Express Yourself." I lo Episode 21 - Alacrity Variations https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=36 https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=36 Fri, 09 Nov 2012 13:48:09 -0600 <a href="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast/mp3_hi/bprp035-cZen-AlacrityVariations.mp3"><img src="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/assets/images/podcasts_BPRP-035/alacrity_variations.jpg" style="float:left; padding-right:10px; padding-bottom:10px; width:150px; height:150px;"/></a> 01:05:41 Episode 22 - Autumnal Enossification: A Brian Eno Mix by A. Dalio https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=37 https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=37 Fri, 23 Nov 2012 16:24:23 -0600 <a href="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast/mp3_hi/bprp036-dalio-autumn-eno.mp3"><img src="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/assets/images/podcasts_BPRP-036/enossification-550.jpg" style="float:left; padding-right:10px; padding-bottom:10px; width:150px; height:150px;"/></a>Andrew Dalio returns with a mix that pays tribute to some of Brian Eno's rarer tracks that remind him of the season (autumn). 00:56:18 Andrew Dalio returns with a mix that pays tribute to some of Brian Eno's rarer tracks that remind him of the season (autumn). Autumnal Enossification 1, Prophecy Theme from Dune 2, Welcome, from Harmonia 76's Tracks and Traces reissue 3, Landscape with Haze, from Textures 4, Signal Success, from Seven Sessions on a Milk Sea 5, Loop Only for Wind on Water, from Fripp/Eno live in Paris 6, 77 Million Paintings, the non-regenerative track from Eno's screensaver DVD Some kinda rare tracks. Eno always seemed rather fall-ish to me... -andrew Episode 23 - Makeout Songs https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=38 https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=38 Fri, 07 Dec 2012 13:59:07 -0600 <a href="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast/mp3_hi/bprp037-PinkySqueak-MakeoutSongs.mp3"><img src="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/assets/images/podcasts_BPRP-037/BPR-DESERTISLAND-PS-DEC2012.jpg" style="float:left; padding-right:10px; padding-bottom:10px; width:150px; height:150px;"/></a>Take off both of your socks and snuggle-up with your guy, gal, or whatever, and allow the magic to commence; conquer each other and your souls. Immerse yourselves in this moisty, moisty mix of maladroitious and satan-saluting onslaught of super-sexiness. 00:59:40 Take off both of your socks and snuggle-up with your guy, gal, or whatever, and allow the magic to commence; conquer each other and your souls. Immerse yourselves in this moisty, moisty mix of maladroitious and satan-saluting onslaught of super-sexiness. Take off both of your socks and snuggle-up with your guy, gal, or whatever, and allow the magic to commence; conquer each other and your souls. Immerse yourselves in this moisty, moisty mix of maladroitious and satan-saluting onslaught of super-sexiness. GONG - Thoughts for Naught KINGDOME COME - Gypsy CZAR - Tread Softly on My Dreams FELT - World MAGMA - Da Zeuhl Wortz Mekanik MATCHING MOLE - Memories Membrane ROAD - Spaceship Earth ZIOR - Oh Mariya THE DEL-VETTS - Last Time Around SAMUEL PRODY - Woman DEEP PURPLE - Help CAPTAIN BEYOND - Dancing Madly Backwards BLUE CHEER - Rest at Ease BILLY COSBY - Himself Episode 24 - Not Your Cup of Myrrh https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=39 https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=39 Mon, 31 Dec 2012 17:43:31 -0600 <a href="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast/mp3_hi/bprp038-DuncanEdwards-Myrrh.mp3"><img src="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/assets/images/podcasts_BPRP-038/duncan3.jpg" style="float:left; padding-right:10px; padding-bottom:10px; width:150px; height:150px;"/></a>Round 3 dragged its sorry ass in late, with Duncan's technically beleaguered submission miraculously squeaking in under the door as 2012 came to a close. Another eclectic and eccentric mix from our Englishman in Dallas. 01:26:58 Round 3 dragged its sorry ass in late, with Duncan's technically beleaguered submission miraculously squeaking in under the door as 2012 came to a close. Another eclectic and eccentric mix from our Englishman in Dallas. No notes this time, for a change. But I will say the Bill Haley and Hot Shots tracks come from a comp of Bob Hite 78s. That and it is worth reading up on the story of Chilean group Sacros. C.S.Yeh follows up his great 7" "Blink of An Eye/Condo Stress" with a whole LP featuring the cover of Stevie Nicks's Rooms on Fire. --Duncan 1.Spirit - Stars Are Love 2.Conet Project - Counting Station (Spanish) 3. Basil Kirchin - I Start Counting 4.Camera - Utopia Is 5.Bill Haley - Birth of The Boogie 6.Melt Banana - Y Axis 7.Karl Blau - Nature's Got Away 8.Airbreak 9.Harry "The Hipster" Gibson - Who Put The Benzedrine In Mrs Murphy's Ovaltine? 10.Ceremony - Someday 11.Omfo - Utomljonnoje Sontse 12.Mike Sammes Singers - Fairy 13.Serge Gainsbourg & Jane Birkin - Les Sucettes 14.Walter Gropius - On The Origins Of The Bauhaus 15.Sacros - Le Realidad 16.Airbreak 17. Felix - Death To Everyone But Us 18.Hots Shots - Blue Nights 19.Howard Devoto - Some Will Pay For What Others Pay To Avoid 20.Emanuele De Raymondi - BV4 21.Sudden Sway - '76 Kids Forever 22. C.S.Yeh - Rooms On Fire 23. Airbreak in the style of Bob Fleming 24.Xerophonics - Xerox Docucolor 12 25.Lali Puna - Faking The Books 26.Raymond Scott - The Paperwork Explosion 27. Zoo - Merdeka 28.Nudge -Classic Mode 29.Spirit - Jack Bond 30.Shirley & Dolly Collins - Gilderoy 31.Airbreak 32.Twenty Knives - Martha 33.Porn Sword Tobacco - Saddle Commercial 34.Fog - What's Up Freaks? Episode 25 - In the style of IndigoM (In Memory of Leigh Bess Boone) https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=40 https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=40 Fri, 11 Jan 2013 17:21:11 -0600 <a href="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast/mp3_hi/bprp039-TreySmith-IndigoM.mp3"><img src="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/assets/images/podcasts_BPRP-039/BPRdj-EP25-trey-fix.jpg" style="float:left; padding-right:10px; padding-bottom:10px; width:150px; height:150px;"/></a>A tribute to a fallen friend... including some classic IDM, downtempo and postrock tracks from DJ Trey Smith. More details on the page. 00:54:07 A tribute to a fallen friend... including some classic IDM, downtempo and postrock tracks from DJ Trey Smith. More details on the page. Episode 26 - Cover Me! https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=41 https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=41 Sat, 16 Feb 2013 13:40:16 -0600 <a href="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast/mp3_hi/bprp040-cover-me-citizen-objects.mp3"><img src="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/assets/images/podcasts_BPRP-040/cover_me1.jpg" style="float:left; padding-right:10px; padding-bottom:10px; width:150px; height:150px;"/></a>a mix of popular artists covering other popular artists narrowed down by choosing what we considered to be "successful" cover versions in either their loyal rendering of the original or their creative divergence -- Aubrey & Shae 00:56:58 a mix of popular artists covering other popular artists narrowed down by choosing what we considered to be "successful" cover versions in either their loyal rendering of the original or their creative divergence -- Aubrey & Shae Episode 27 - New. Mexico. https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=42 https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=42 Tue, 05 Mar 2013 13:24:00 -0600 <a href="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast/mp3_hi/bprp041-DrGumbo-NewMexico.mp3"><img src="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/assets/images/podcasts_BPRP-041/NewMexico2013.jpg" style="float:left; padding-right:10px; padding-bottom:10px; width:150px; height:150px;"/></a> 01:20:51 Not Your Cup of Tea: Air bubbles on an inner tube. https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=43 https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=43 Fri, 29 Mar 2013 16:20:00 -0500 <a href="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast/mp3_hi/bprp042-DuncanEdwards-InnerTube.mp3"><img src="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/assets/images/podcasts_BPRP-042/28duncan.jpg" style="float:left; padding-right:10px; padding-bottom:10px; width:150px; height:150px;"/></a>The latest in a series of "unbearably popular" (his words, not ours) podcasts from the humble and discriminating mind of Duncan Edwards. Try to listen to this and not have "Terry Keeps His Clips On" running through your head for the next 7 hours. 01:02:09 The latest in a series of "unbearably popular" (his words, not ours) podcasts from the humble and discriminating mind of Duncan Edwards. Try to listen to this and not have "Terry Keeps His Clips On" running through your head for the next 7 hours. Not Your Cup of Tea presents "Air bubbles on an inner tube."&#8232; 1. Bernard Hepton as Puritan William Prynne- Reading from Histiomastrix 2. Goat - Goathead 3. Mike Sammes Singers - First Lady 4. Laurie Spiegel - Appalachian Grove III Airbreak 5. Radio Thailand Transmissions - 21st Century Perspiration (excerpt) 6. Adnan Othman & The Rhythm Boys - Budi Bahasa 7. Earl King - Eating And Sleeping 8. Mike Sammes Singers - Pattons 9. Kind & Kegel - We Smile 10. The 49 Americans - I Be Later Airbreak 11.Radio Thailand Transmissions - Tourism Past The Medium Wave (excerpt) 12. John Cage remixed by DJ Spooky - Rozart Mix 13. Antonin Artaud remixed by DJ Spooky - Pour Finir Avec Le Jugement De Dieu (To Have Done With God's Judgment) 14.U Roy - Rhythm Land (Dreamland version) 15. Desmond Leslie - The Stranger's Quest 16. Dream Boat - Eclipsing Airbreak 17. Odd Nosdam - On 18. The Don Issac Ezekiel Combination - Amalinja 19. Antena - Camino Del Sol 20. Sun City Girls - Come Maddelena 21. Jelinek/Peklar/Leictmann - Buddha Machine Commercial 22. Mosquitos - Preguica 23. A Place To Bury Strangers - Sunbeam Airbreak 24. Vivian Stanshall - Terry Keeps His Clips On Notes: 1.Bernard Hepton's piece is included on the CD The Compleat Dancing Master. 2. Goat are from Scandanavia and their record from last year seems a bit "psychedelic Afro Beats by numbers" but it is rather enjoyable. 3. Mike Sammes and The Mike Sammes Singers drive me crazy with their ads and their hymns, too. Available from the incredible Trunk Records. 4.Laurie Spiegel's groundbreaking album The Expanding Universe was reissued in 2012 - fittingly in an expanded form. It harks from the days when computers were as big as sheds and fridge freezers. 5.The snatches from Radio Thailand and also the Adnan Othman track (from the new Pop Yeh Yeh CD of psychedelic rock groups from Singapore and Malaysia inspired by Cliff Richard) are on the Sublime Frequencies label. See also Sun City Girls. 7.Earl King - a New Orleans great and one I once saw play in a church. 9. Sturm & Twang! What an album title. Perhaps only bettered by Duane Eddy's Have Twangy Guitar Will Travel. 10. The 49 Americans LP We Know Nonsense has been reissued and is a great release that was included in The Wire magazines The 100 Greatest Records Released While You Weren't Listening. The CD is worth buying for the booklet alone, which is hilarious. They weren't a group but a loose collection of amateurs forced to listen to Mary Poppins and The Sound of Music along with proper improvisers such as Lol Coxhill and David Toop, oh and two of the amateur's mums. 12. & 13. More from DJ Spooky's exploration/remixing of the Sub Rosa archives. 14. U Roy - an exponent of the ganja smoke LP cover and Rhythmland has the cheekiest organ breaks ever, some of which seem to be barely disguising very rude things . 15. Desmond Leslie, spitfire pilot, film maker, believer in alien settlement of Earth, composer of musique concrete, etc. Should you need to go to some late night store to, say, buy printer cartridges, playing his CD Music Of The Future can easily disperse groups of undesirable youths who may be lurking. 16.Dreamboat's CD was one of my faves from 2012. Light sketches with deft skill and considerable weight. 20. Sun City Girls's Funeral Mariachi was my favorite record of 2011 although an other critic described it as "music to drink Draino (sp?) to." 21. I have an orange buddha machine and they are handy little devices. You can put them in your pocket at boring holiday meals and watch people think they can hear something. You don't get to choose your color, though. Get one. 23. "Sunbeam" is possibly the quietest A Place To Bury Strangers track ever. From the double compilation Peace (For Mom) which was put together by Jon Whitney of brainwashed.com fame after his mother passed away. 24. I hadn't thought of the song Smart but Casual https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=44 https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=44 Sat, 20 Apr 2013 16:20:00 -0500 <a href="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast/mp3_hi/bprp043-TreySmith-SmartButCasual.mp3"><img src="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/assets/images/podcasts_BPRP-043/43-Smart-but-Casual_850.jpg" style="float:left; padding-right:10px; padding-bottom:10px; width:150px; height:150px;"/></a>Trey Smith returns with his fifth installment, this time as iconoclast: "very little of this is music you would normally hear on the podcast in general". More eclectic than our usual offerings? You be the judge... 00:48:32 Trey Smith returns with his fifth installment, this time as iconoclast: "very little of this is music you would normally hear on the podcast in general". More eclectic than our usual offerings? You be the judge... Trey Smith returns with his fifth installment, this time as iconoclast: "very little of this is music you would normally hear on the podcast in general". I think this might be the uniting theme of all our podcasts, actually. Certainly no one has complained our podcasts are too eclectic... Name - Artist - Album 1) Black Man - Stevie Wonder - Songs in the Key of Life 2) Weiya (Serengeti Beat) - The Whitefield Brothers - In the Raw 3) Put It Where You Want - The Crusaders - Groove Crusade 4) XL-30 - Shuggie Otis - Inspiration Information 5) Okonkole Y Trompa - Jaco Pastorius - S/T 6) Train & The River (Live) - The Jimmy Guiffre Trio - Jazz on a Summer's Day 7) Voodoo - The Natural Yogurt Band - Away With Meloncholy 8) Ah Yeah - Robert Glasper w/ Musiq Soulchild & Chrisette Michelle - Black Radio 9) Leaf - Clams Casino - Instrumental Mixtape 2 10) Making Planets / Time Outt (Segue) / Rock & Roll - Edan w/ Mr. Lif & Dagha - Beauty & the Beat Radio Heidelberg - Deutsches Radio 22.2.00 https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=45 https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=45 Fri, 10 May 2013 10:39:10 -0500 <a href="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast/mp3_hi/bprp044-cZen-RadioHeidelberg.mp3"><img src="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/assets/images/podcasts_BPRP-044/radio_heidelberg.jpg" style="float:left; padding-right:10px; padding-bottom:10px; width:150px; height:150px;"/></a>I was visiting my dear friends Shurd & Jane in Heidelberg, Germany and decided one cold, rainy Tuesday night in late February to sit down in their flat with a bottle of red wine and a pack of cigarettes to record sounds off German Radio.... 01:20:02 I was visiting my dear friends Shurd & Jane in Heidelberg, Germany and decided one cold, rainy Tuesday night in late February to sit down in their flat with a bottle of red wine and a pack of cigarettes to record sounds off German Radio.... Musique Du Maison https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=46 https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=46 Sat, 06 Jul 2013 12:49:06 -0500 <a href="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast/mp3_hi/bprp045-DrGumbo-MusiqueDuMaison.mp3"><img src="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/assets/images/podcasts_BPRP-045/MusiqueDuMaison.jpg" style="float:left; padding-right:10px; padding-bottom:10px; width:150px; height:150px;"/></a>Rediscovering his love for house music beginning in the mid-90's, Doctor Gumbo pulls together a mix of some of today's top DJs and producers in the genre. 01:09:43 Rediscovering his love for house music beginning in the mid-90's, Doctor Gumbo pulls together a mix of some of today's top DJs and producers in the genre. The Rise & Fall of Debbie Downer & The Rainy Saturdays https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=47 https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=47 Sun, 10 Nov 2013 15:08:00 -0600 <a href="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast/mp3_hi/bprp046-TreySmith-DebbieDowner.mp3"><img src="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/assets/images/podcasts_BPRP-046/TREYSMITH-nov2013.jpg" style="float:left; padding-right:10px; padding-bottom:10px; width:150px; height:150px;"/></a>Trey Smith's extends his lead with his 6th contribution to the Desert Island DJ series. 00:49:58 Trey Smith's extends his lead with his 6th contribution to the Desert Island DJ series. Name - Artist - Album 1) Aqua Marine - Isao Suzuki Trio - Blow Up 2) Sekoilu Seestyy, The Madness Subsides - Pekka Pohjola - Harakka Bialoipokku 3) Motherless Bastard - The Books - Thought for Food 4) Sun on 5 at 152 - Matmos - The West 5) That's No Way to Get Along - Robert Wilkins - The Blues Roots of the Rolling Stones 6) Roscoe - Bill Frisell - Good Dog, Happy Man 7) Parade - Bedhead - Transaction De Novo 8) The Other Side of Mt. Heart Attack - Liars - Drum's Not Dead 9) Interfrequencies - Panabrite - The Baroque Atrium 10) Innh Dahh - Matthew Dead - Black City (Digital Release) POP de la FEMME https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=48 https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=48 Sun, 26 Jan 2014 18:30:26 -0600 <a href="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast/mp3_hi/bprp047-cZen-PopdelaFemme.mp3"><img src="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/assets/images/podcasts_BPRP-047/femme_cover_1.jpg" style="float:left; padding-right:10px; padding-bottom:10px; width:150px; height:150px;"/></a> 01:16:54 Folktronica https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=49 https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast_episode.php?id=49 Fri, 16 May 2014 13:36:16 -0500 <a href="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/podcast/mp3_hi/bprp048-DrGumbo-Folktronica.mp3"><img src="https://www.backporchrevolution.com/assets/images/podcasts_BPRP-048/Folktronica.jpg" style="float:left; padding-right:10px; padding-bottom:10px; width:150px; height:150px;"/></a>The latest podcast from Doctor Gumbo with tunes from Acadiana, Africa and all points in between. 01:31:11 The latest podcast from Doctor Gumbo with tunes from Acadiana, Africa and all points in between.