podcast.jpgWelcome to Episode 26 of the podcast edition of The Aquarium Drunkard Show; airing live every Wednesday 2-4 p.m. PST at the Little Radio studios in downtown L.A. As requested, below is the tracklisting order for this week’s podcast.

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Nirvana – Love Buzz ++ The Duke Spirit – oo7 [Shanty Town] ++ Lee “scratch” Perry – Disco Devil ++ Tribe Called Quest – After Hours (scratch edit) ++ James Brown – Funky Drummer (edit) ++ Allen Toussaint – Soul Sister ++ Grizzly Bear – Knife ++ Gruff Rhys – Gyrru Gyrru Gyrru ++ Bjork – Human Behaviour ++ Steve Martin – 1977 ++ Whiskeytown – Losering ++ My Morning Jacket – White Rabbit ++ B-52’s – Dance This Mess Around ++ Peter Bjorn & John – Let’s Call It Off ++ R.E.M – Crazy ++ Devo – Mongolid ++ Joy Division – Warsaw ++ Linda Serbu – If You Rescue Me (A Cappella) ++ Luna – la poupee qui fait non ++ Galaxie 500 – Ceremony

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4 Responses to “Now Podcasting :: Episode 26”

  1. […] An Aquarium Drunkard delivered a nice podcast today featuring music from: The Duke Spirit, Lee “Scratch” Perry, Grizzly Bear, Whiskeytown, My Morning Jacket, R.E.M. Joy Division, Galaxie 500, and more: An Aquarium Drunkard – Episode 26 (MP3) […]

  2. I’m glad you got the iTunes thing figured out!

  3. That Lee “Scratch” Perry was out of control.

  4. The last time I heard Love Buzz was during the 1990s, a time when all I heard was the bass guitar part. That’s all I thought…how the bass sounded and what notes were being played. Now, as a guitarist, I’m now noticing the genius behind Kurt Cobain and the amazing noises coming from the guitar. Thanks for sharing that one.

    I’m so glad you’re playing the unique tracks from REM and the B-52s. I’ve never heard them songs and always thought of the bands as radio-driven musicians. I was totally wrong. I can now sense the buzz behind them.

    Keep on spinning those discs and keep them oldies coming also.

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