Meat & Potatoes #28

Aired Sunday April 17, 2011.

It was an extra-special show this week:  I had my first ever on-air guest!  Dan Sokolowski, programmer extraordinaire of the Dawson City International Short Film Festival, joined me for the last half-hour of my show so that we could give away some sexy sexy film fest swag and tix to the festival next weekend.  He also contributed some music to the show, keeping it movie-themed with songs from Risky Business, A Prairie Home Companion and The Hours.  Dan stuck around after the end of my show to keep giving things away and hang out with Brendan for his solo edition of The Kings of Dawson City.

I also treated listeners to three tracks off of the new TV on the Radio release, Nine Types of Light, and played a really awesome Kenny Rogers cover by Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings.

  1. Chic Gamine--Don't Think That I Can Stay
  2. Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings--I Just Dropped in to See What Condition My Condition Is In
  3. Devendra Banhart--Lover
  4. OK Go--I Want You So Bad I Can't Breathe
  5. TV on the Radio--Second Song
  6. TV on the Radio--Keep Your Heart
  7. TV on the Radio--Will Do
  8. Screen Door Porch--Wrong the Right
  9. The Like--Walk of Shame
  10. Dominant Legs--Young at Love and Life
  11. Alex Ebert--A Million Years
  12. Ezra Koenig--Papa Hobo
  13. Page France--Say Wolf in the Summertime
  14. Right Away, Great Captain--My Body Aches for You
  15. Glasser--Home
  16. Braids--Lemonade
  17. Cotton Jones--By Morning Light
  18. Fierce Creatures--The Brute and the Beast
  19. Deradoorian--Marichka
  20. Tangerine Dream--The Dream is Always the Same
  21. A Praire Home Companion--Bad Jokes
  22. Philip Glass--The Hours
  23. Kim Barlow--Dawson City Loves You Back
Dan and Brendan in the CFYT station.
Be sure to tune in to the show next week when I'll be teaming up with the Kings of Dawson City to live broadcast from the film festival's street party, happening outside of the KIAC building at Second and Princess, from about 6:30 to 8.

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