Monday, May 14, 2007

Collage playlist - Sat.,May 12, 2007, 12-3 PM

Gigi - Acha - Gold And Wax (Palm Pictures)
Blackfield - Miss U - Blackfield 2 (We Put Out Records/Atlantic)
Bjork - Earth Intruders - Volta (Atlantic)
Richard Buckner - Spell - Meadow (Merge)
Richard Buckner - The Tether And The Tie - Meadow (Merge)
Metheny/Mehldau Quartet - A Night Away - Metheny/Mehldau Quartet (Nonesuch)
Shake Ray Turbine - The First Equation - Towncraft (Matson Films)
The Big Cats - Runaway - Towncraft (Matson Films)
Tinariwen - Assouf - Amam Iman (World Village)
Suzanne Vega - Frank & Ava - Beauty And Crime (Blue Note)
Van Morrison - Ballerina - Astral Weeks (Warner Bros.)
Porcupine Tree - Fear Of A Blank Planet - Fear Of A Blank Planet (Atlantic)
Porcupine Tree - My Ashes - Fear Of A Blank Planet (Atlantic)
Porcupine Tree - Anesthetize - Fear Of A Blank Planet (Atlantic)
Porcupine Tree - Sentimental - Fear Of A Blank Planet (Atlantic)
Porcupine Tree - Way Out Of Here - Fear Of A Blank Planet (Atlantic)
Porcupine Tree - Sleep Together - Fear Of A Blank Planet (Atlantic)
Keren Ann Zeidel - Between The Flatland And The Caspian Sea - Keren Ann (Metro Blue)
The Decemberists - Yankee Bayonet(I Will Be Home Then) - The Crane Wife (Capitol)
Laura Veirs - To The Country - Saltbreakers (Nonesuch)
Rachid Taha - Rani - Diwan 2 (Wrasse - UK)
Bruce Cockburn - See You Tomorrow - Life Short Call Now (Rounder)
American Princes - Shock And Awe - Towncraft (Matson Films)
The Contingencies - The Contingencies - Towncraft (Matson Films)
James Taylor - Carolina In My Mind - James Taylor (Apple/Capitol)

Bruce Cockburn
LIVE in Memphis on Thursday, 6/14/07 @ Church Of The Holy Communion. Crowded House U.S. tour slated to start on Aug. 4. You may view their concert dates @ The 25-date theater tour is in support of their forthcoming album, Time On Earth, the band's first since 1993. The album is due out July, 10. Arkansas reggae artist, Joseph Israel is featured in words & music in the July '07 issue of Global Rhythm magazine. Thanks for listening. Regards, Clyde.

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