bonnie prince billyOur weekly two hour show on SIRIUS/XMU, channel 35, can be heard twice every Friday – Noon EST with an encore broadcast at Midnight EST.

SIRIUS 307: Jean Michel Bernard – Générique Stephane ++ Sixteen Horsepower – Horse Head Fiddle ++ Blightblack Morning Light – True Bright Blossom ++ Steve Gunn – Water Wheel ++ Phil Cook – The Jensens ++ Yo La Tengo – Leaving Home ++ PERRO – Walking In The Mountains ++ David Crosby – Tamalpais High (At About 3) ++ Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy – My Home Is The Sea ++ Jerry Garcia – The Wheel (Alternate Take #1) ++ PERRO – Wooden Ships Jam ++ Ya Ho Wa 13 – I’m Gonna Take You Home (excerpt) ++ Desert Heat – Cat Mask At Huggie Temple (edit) ++ Dolly Parton – Jolene (slow 33rpm version) ++ Richard And Linda Thompson – Calvary Cross ++ Jessica Pratt – Night Faces ++ Phosphorescent – Can I Sleep In Your Arms (Willie Nelson) ++ William Tyler – Cadillac Desert ++ Daniel Moore – May, 16, 1975 ++ Goose Creek Symphony – A Satisfied Mind ++ Bob Martin – Captain Jesus ++ Bill Wilson – Ballad Of Cody ++ John Martyn – Over The Hill ++ Loudon Wainwright III – Hollywood Hopeful (solo) ++ Neil Young – Revolution Blues ++ Elyse – Houses (w/ Neil Young)  ++ Dawn McCarthy & Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy – Omaha (Everly Brothers) ++ Damien Jurado – Nothing Is The News ++ Harry Crews – Everything Was Stories ++ Cotton Jones – Gone The Bells (demo) ++ Floating Action – Don’t Stop ++ Jim White – Still Waters

*You can listen, for free, online with the SIRIUS three day trial — just submit an email address and they will send you a password.
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5 Responses to “SIRIUS/XMU :: Aquarium Drunkard Show (Noon EST, Channel 35)”

  1. Straight fire, as always, but especially great today.

  2. That literally restored my faith in music this morning. So good. Thanks.

  3. gr8 thanks :-)

  4. that live version of calvary cross is so killer! question: what was that first track you used for bed music? the second was from twin peaks, no?

  5. Awesome. Thank you.

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