5/8/2009 Fubar Omniverse


6 AM
What a nice way to start the day...
Karen Tweed Timo Alakotila: Riverside Aby (May Monday; NorthSide)
Maria Kalaniemi and Aldargaz: Angskar / Säda (Live at Nordic Roots Festival 2001; KFAI field recording)
Karen Tweed Timo Alakotila: Melting (May Monday; NorthSide)

Rachel Unthank and the Winterset: Felton Lonnin (The Bairns; Real World)
Don't forget their show at The Cedar on Monday, May 25!
Eliza Carthy: Acres of Ground (The Imagined Village; Real World)
Warsaw Village Band: Polska fran Polska (Infinity; Barbes)
They're coming back to the Cedar the end of October.

Did someone say Polska? Coming right up...
Draupner: Tatto av Görgen Antonsson / Polska efter Kus-Erik / Det ringer till vila av J-O Wallin (Arvet; Caprice)

7 AM
Femi Kuti and King Sunny Ade team up for a show at the Zoo June 30; The Cedar welcomes back Vieux Farka Touré June 25.
Femi Kuti: Eh Oh (Day by Day; Mercer Street)
King Sunny Ade: Samba/E Falabe Lewe (Juju Music; Mango)
Femi Kuti: Truth Don't Die (Shoki Shoki; MCA)
Vieux Farka Touré (remixed): Sangare (DJ Center) (Vieux Farka Touré Remixed; Modiba)

Juan Peña Lebrijano Orchestra Andalusi de Tanger: Vivir un Cuento de Hadas / Dame La Libertad (Encuentros; Globestyle)
Radio Tarifa: Bulerias Turcas / La Canal (Rumba Argelina; World Circuit/Nonesuch)

TriBeCaStan: Yusuf's Motif (Strange Cousin; Evergreene)

8 AM
Brian Eno John Cale: Spinning Away (Wrong Way Up; Warner Brothers)
Ramones: My-My Kind of Girl (Subterranean Jungle; Sire/Warner Brothers)
Ramones: She's a Sensation (Pleasant Dreams; Warner Brothers)
The 99ers: Our Ramones (Stand Up and Surf; Spinout)
Ramones: Do You Remember Rock and Roll Radio? (End of the Century; Warner Brothers)

Dave Alvin and the Guilty Women: Marie Marie / River Under the Road / Nana and Jimi (Dave Alvin and the Guilty Women; Yep Roc)

Jason Moran: Lift Ev'ry Voice and Sing (Artist in Residence; Blue Note)
Thelonious Monk: Bye-Ya (The Essence of Thelonious Monk; Columbia)
Thelonious Monk: Ask Me Now (The Blue Note Years; Blue Note)

Joe the Plumber exits the Grand Old Party...the longest 15 minutes of fame ever...
The Capitol Steps: The Little Plumber Boy (Obama Mia!; Newport)

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May 8, 2009