Friday, December 26, 2014

Take Five (Vol. 17): A Jagged, Gorgeous Winter

Here's the setlist from the show I did on December 21st of 2014 on CHIRP Radio [Artist, “Song” from Album (Label)]…

The Main Drag, "A Jagged Gorgeous Winter" from Yours as Fast as Mine (RPL Audio)
[Chicago Band!] Zapruder Point, "The Spokesperson for Winter" from Clicks & Whistles (Self-Released)
Beach House, "Norway" from Teen Dream (Sub Pop)
Ex Cops, "White Noise" from Daggers (Downtown)
[Chicago Band!] Minor Characters, "Berlin Wall" from Voir Dire (self-released)
Cocteau Twins, "Pearly-Dewdrops' Drops (Alternate Version)" from The Spangle Maker (4AD)
Fugazi, "Turn Off Your Guns" from First Demo (Dischord)
Big Business, "Battlefields" from Battlefields Forever (Gold Metal)
Lord RAJA, "Darwin" from A Constant Moth (Ghostly International)
Gang Gang Dance, "Nomad for Love" from God's Money (The Social Registry)
Ryan Hemsworth, "By Myself (with the GTW & Little Cloud)" from Alone for the First Time (Last Gang)
The Police, "Darkness" from Ghost in the Machine (A&M)
Vashti Bunyan, "Winter Is Blue" from Some Things Just Stick in Your Mind (Fat Cat)
Steve Miller Band, "Winter Time" from Greatest Hits 1974-78 (Capitol)
Burl Ives, "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town" from Have a Holly Jolly Christmas (MCA)
The Harry Simeone Chorale, "Do You Hear What I Hear?" (Passport Audio)
The Four Aces, "Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer" from A Merry Christmas with the Four Aces (The Sound of Christmas)
Perry Como with the Ray Charles Singers, "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" from The Perry Como Christmas Album (RCA Victor)
The Mills Brothers, "Here Comes Santa Claus" from Merry Christmas (Geffen)
[Chicago Band!] American Heritage, "Blackbird" from Prolapse (Solar Flare)
[Chicago Band!] Tar, "Play to Win" from 1988-1995 (Chunklet)
[Chicago Band!] Pink Avalanche, "Oath" from The Luminous Heart of Nowhere (Past/Future)
The Electric Peanut Butter Co., "Mary's Chair" from Trans-Atlantic Psych Classics Vol. 1 (Ubiquity)
Terence Trent D'Arby, "Wishing Well" from Introducing The Hard Line According to Terence Trent D'Arby (Columbia)
The Twilight Sad, "I Could Give You All That You Don't Want" from Nobody Wants to Be Here and Nobody Wants to Leave (FatCat)
A Shoreline Dream, "The Heart Never Recovered" from The Silent Sunrise (Oceans Above Publishing)
Leah Ices, "Tell Me" from Ices (Jagjaguwar)
Thurston Moore, "Foreverness" from The Best Day (Matador)

I'll be back on the air on Sunday, December 28th with a show featuring my picks for Best Albums of 2014...check out the show from 2-4pm Central time on CHIRP Radio!

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