FFFreakout #518-525

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Summer is starting to slip away from us here. Before we know it, the leaves will be falling and then the frigid menace is right around the corner. Before we start setting our sights too far ahead, though, here’s a look back at what has been happening on the weekly show over the past couple of months.

FFFreakout #525 (Aired on 8/11/16):
Woods “Can’t See At All” from City Sun Eater in the River of Light
Mark Wynn “Knee Socks” from Singles, But They’re Not Really Singles
Cate Le Bon “We Might Revolve” from Crab Day
The Field Mice “Right As Rain” from Skywriting
David Kenneth Nance “One Must Succumb” from Actor’s Diary
Ignatz “My Children” from The Drain
Townes Van Zandt “If I Needed You” from The Late Great Townes Van Zandt
Julee Cruise “Floating” from Twin Peaks O.S.T.
David Bowie “Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere?” from Sound & Vision box set
Faces “Ooh-La-La” from Ooh-La-La
The Velvet Underground “Oh, Sweet Nuthin'” from Loaded
The Rolling Stones “Salt of the Earth” from Beggar’s Banquet
The Who “A Legal Matter” from The Who Sings My Generation

FFFreakout #524 (Aired on 8/4/16):
Paul Martin “It Happened” from It Happened
Cate Le Bon “Wonderful” from Crab Day
Arthur Russell “My Tiger, My Timing” from Another Thought
Andy Stott “Butterflies” from Too Many Voices
David Nance “Isn’t That the Case?” from More Than Enough
CCR Headcleaner “I’m Alive” from Tear Down the Wall
The Raincoats “Adventures Close to Home” from S/T
ESG “It’s Alright” from A South Bronx Story
Henry “Light Coming Through the Ceiling” from Cyanide
Ramones “Psycho Therapy” from Loud, Fast, Ramones
Pavement “Gold Soundz” from Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain
Milk ‘N’ Cookies “Wok N’ Woll” from S/T
The Fall “Eat Yourself Fitter” from Totally Wired
Band of Horses “Casual Party” from Why Are You OK?
The Kinks “Victoria” from The Anthology 1964-1971
The Kinks “Do You Remember Walter?” from The Anthology 1964-1971
The Kinks “The Way Love Used To Be” from The Anthology 1964-1971

FFFreakout #523 (Aired on 7/28/16):
S to S “I’m a Killer” from S/T
Baroness “Take My Bones Away” from Yellow & Green
1997EV “Magnetospleen” from Love Symposium Alien Spider
The Blind Shake “Go Go 78” from Garbage On Glue single
Jam Money “Away Inside” from A Gathering Kind
The Sunday Painters “Let’s Be Moderne” from In My Dreams
Night Control “Just Today” from Mind Control
The Everly Brothers “Cathy’s Clown” from The Very Best of The Everly Brothers
The Sugarcubes “Birthday” from Life’s Too Good
Milk ‘N’ Cookies “Little, Lost and Innocent” from S/T
Beach Boys “Pet Sounds” from Pet Sounds
Daft Punk “Lose Yourself to Dance” from Random Access Memories
Duran Duran “Pressure Off” from Paper Gods
Brandi Carlile “The Things I Regret” from The Firewatcher’s Daughter
Dusty Springfield “Son of a Preacher Man” from Dusty in Memphis
Band of Horses “Casual Party” from Why Are You OK

FFFreakout #522 (Live on 7/21/16):
Lower Plenty “Life/Thrills” from Life/Thrills
The Lavender Flu “Demons in the Dusk” from Heavy Air
Pavement “Elevate Me Later” from Crooked Rain Crooked Rain
Swell Maps “The Helicopter Spies” from Jane From Occupied Europe
Steve Treatment “Change of Plan” from Messthetics Greatest Hits
T. Rex “Country Honey” from Tanx
Viva Non “DFA” from Pure
Fad Gadget “The Box” from The Best of Fad Gadget
The United States of America “The Garden of Earthly Delights” from S/T
Tyll “Suzie Steno” from Sexphonie
Pretty Things “Miss Fay Regrets” from Parachute
Francoise Hardy “Oh Oh Chéri” from S/T
The Shangri-Las “I’m Blue” from I Can Never Go Home Any More
Nina Simone “Real Real” from Sings the Blues
Reverend Gary Davis “How Happy I Am” from Heroes of the Blues
Johnnie Frierson “Woke Up This Morning” from Have You Been Good To Yourself
Matthew De Gennaro “Forty (for Pip Proud)” from Chuang Tzu Motherfucker

FFFreakout #521.5 (Live on 7/19/16 for Radio a la Carte fill-in):
Bruce Springsteen “Johnny 99” from Nebraska
Suicide “Johnny” from S/T
Suicide “Be Bop Kid” from Second Album
Alan Vega “Juke Box Babe” from Juke Box Babe single
David Pritchard “Wax Wings” from Nocturnal Earthworm Show
Low “Breaker” from Drums & Guns
The Scene Is Now “Yellow Sarong” from The Oily Years (1983-1993)
Incredible String Band “The Hedgehog’s Song” from 5,000 Spirits or the Layer of the Onion
Michael Hurley “In Florida” from Hi Fi Snock Uptown
The Birdtree “Everyone Of Us A New Leaf” from Orchards & Caravans
Plasticland “Too Many Fingers” from Make Yourself A Happening Machine
The Lollipop Shoppe “Don’t Look Back” from Just Colour
Bob Dylan & The Band “You Ain’t Goin’ Nowehere” from The Basement Tapes
Karen Dalton “How Did the Feeling Feel To You” from It’s So Hard To Tell Who’s Going To Love You Best
John Martyn “Dreams By The Sea” from Solid Air
Shuggie Otis “Strawberry Letter 23” from Inspiration Information
Rahsaan Roland Kirk “What’s Going On/Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology)” from Blacknuss
Marcus Kelly & The Impassions “Pushin’ To the Top” from Midwest Funk: Funk 45’s from Tornado Alley
Harvey & The Phenomenals “Soul & Sunshine” from Midwest Funk: Funk 45’s from Tornado Alley
The New Establishment of Soul “Whip It” from Midwest Funk: Funk 45’s from Tornado Alley
Jay Mitchell “Funky Fever” from Cult Cargo: Grand Bahama Goombay
William Onyeabor “Better Change Your Mind” from Love’s a Real Thing: The Funky Fuzzy Sounds of West Africa
Jamie Liddell “A Little Bit More” from Multiply
Beenie Man “Let Him Go” from Best of Beenie Man
Kode 9 + The Spaceape “Backward” from Memories of the Future
King Midas Sound “Meltdown” from 5 Years of Hyperdub

FFFreakout #521 (Live on 7/14/16):
Joel Grind “The Invisible Landscape” from split EP w/ Davie Allen
The Blind Shake “Such A Shame” from split 7″ w/ Meatbodies
Michael Angelo “The World To Be” from S/T
The Renderers “Seaworthy” from In The Sodium Light
David Nance “Unamused” from More Than Enough
Kiss “Christine Sixteen” from Love Gun
Prince “Delirious” from 1999
Gorillaz “On Melancholy Hill” from Plastic Beach
Slade “Run Runaway” from Casey Kasem collection
Talking Heads “Hold Up” from Talking Heads 77
Paul McCartney “Coming Up” from II
M83 “Moon Crystal” from Junk
Michael Hurley “Water Train” from Hi Fi Snock Uptown
Goldberg “China Doll” from Misty Flats
John Fahey “Brenda’s Blues” from The Transfiguration of Blind Joe Death
John Fahey “Dance of the Inhabitants of the Invisible City of Bladensburg” from The Yellow Princess
Michael Hurley “I’m Worried I’m Worried” from Hi Fi Snock Uptown

FFFreakout #520 (special edition on 7/7/16): The Blind Shake feature
The Blind Shake “Walking Stick” from Key To a False Door
(Introduction)
Michael Yonkers with The Blind Shake “Why Don’t” from Carbohydrates Hydrocarbons
The Blind Shake “They’re All Gone” from Seriousness
The Blind Shake “Wise Mr. Owl” from Soft Zodiac EP
(Interview segment w/ Mike)
The Blind Shake “Tar Paper” from Fly Right
The Blind Shake “Holy Road” from Fly Right
Swami John Reis & The Blind Shake “Sea Saw” from Modern Surf Classics
(Interview segment w/ Mike)
The Blind Shake “I’m Not An Animal” from Seriousness
The Blind Shake “Old Lake” from Breakfast of Failures
Shadow in the Cracks “800 Meters” from S/T
(Introduce Weakwick and Rhythmaplex tracks)
Weakwick “Rubbernecking” from Whistle Along
Weakwick “Bat the Knife” from Whistle Along
Rhythmaplex “Turn For The Worse” from S/T
Rhythmaplex “Wanna No” from S/T

FFFreakout #519 (Live on 6/30/16):
*Carl and DJ Thunderbunny were live in the studio for this show. Sorry, no playlist.

FFFreakout #518 (Live on 6/23/16):
Lou Reed “Caroline Says I” from Berlin
Night Control “Bird of the Feather” from Mind Control
The Lentils “Conversations With the Ouija Board” from My Pillow Lava Part Negative One
Samara Lubelski “Merch Girls” from Wavelength
Holger Czukay & U-She “Sunday Morning” (live) from Can DVD
The Blind Shake “Mr. Wise Owl” from Soft Zodiac EP
Weakwick “Sitting Still” from For Show
S to S “Great Billy” from S/T
The Replacements “Portland” from Can’t Hardly Wait promo 7″
Talking Heads “Slippery People” from Speaking in Tongues
Shiela E. “Love Bizarre” from In Romance 1600
David Bowie “Oh You Pretty Things” from Hunky Dory
Pete Townshend “Face Dances Part Two” from Chinese Eyes

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