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6/5/2009 Fubar Omniverse
The Delmonas: I Feel Alright (Do the Uncle Willy; Get Hip)
Big Surf: Monsta Stomp (Action Heroes; Big Surf)
The Surf Dawgs: Stranger in Paradise (Driving Guitars; Logic Recordings)
The Neanderthals: Draggin' Knuckles (Shutdown 2002 BC; Spinout)
Radio Birdman: Descent Into the Maelstrom (The Essential Radio Birdman 1974-1978; Sub Pop)
Sierra Leone Refugee All-Stars: Akera Ka Abonshor / Ya N'Digba (Living Like a Refugee; Anti)
Hugh Masakela: Up Township (Live at The Market Theater; Times Square)
Allen Toussaint: Bright Mississippi (The Bright Mississippi; Nonesuch)
Amadou Mariam: Africa (Welcome to Mali; Nonesuch)
K'Naan: 15 Minutes Away (Troubadour; Octoscope)
Guest: Paul Swanson from the Minnesota Lynx/Timberwolves pro basketball organization, giving a preview of the 2009 Lynx lineup, their revised coaching staff, and the 2009 WNBA season on the eve of their first game.
Femi Kuti: They Will Run (Day By Day; Mercer Street)
Femi Kuti: Traitors of Africa (Fight to Win; Geffin)
They're playin' bas-ket-ball, we love that bas-ket-ball...
Kurtis Blow: Basketball (The Best of Kurtis Blow; Mercury)
Guest: Roger Seeling from the Whole Lotta Loves, talking about big benefit for Jill Krimmel of The Wahinis at the Minneapolis Eagle's Club, with a cameo phone call from the lady herself.
801: Miss Shapiro (801 Live; EG)
The Whole Lotta Loves: Behavior Beat (The Recline and Fall of Rock and Roll Part 2; Treasure City)
The Wahinis: Sweet Low (7 single; Emotion Lotion)
The Whole Lotta Loves: Beg Borrow Kneel Behavior Beat (The Recline and Fall of Rock and Roll Part 2; Treasure City)
The Wahninis: Red Ink (7 single; Emotion Lotion)
The Whole Lotta Loves: Milky Way Man (The Whole Lotta Loves; no label)
The Wahinis: You Will See Me Tomorrow (If You Don't Go Blind Tonight) (7 single; Emotion Lotion)
The Mighty Mofos: Mindreader (Sho' Hard!; Treehouse)
The Whole Lotta Loves: Emmarita Behavior Beat (The Recline and Fall of Rock and Roll Part 2; Treasure City)
June 5, 2009
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