Oh Messy Life – August 25, 2022 Show Notes
Track 1: Jonny Lam – Rainbows Across the Valley
From a compilation entitled Luke Schneider Presents Imaginational Anthem vol. XI : Chrome Universal – A Survey of Modern Pedal Steel
Track 2: Paula Frazer and Tarnation – What Is and Was
From a 2017 album of the same name.
Track 3: Khun Narin Electric Phin Band – Lai Sing
Heard this one on KZSU DJ Eme O‘s Saturday morning radio show.
Track 4: Takeshi Terauchi & Blue Jeans – Tsugaru Jongarabushi (Shinbushi)
Heard this one via a co-worker and it rocked my socks off!
Track 5: Whateverglades – Addicted To You
Another band mentioned on Post Comsumer’s Hot New Records page.
Track 6: Mdou Moctar – Taliat
A co-worker sent along this video of the band playing at dawn by the Niger river and I thought I would check out some more.
Track 7: Fish Karma – Sick Of Your Utopia
Back in the mid 90s, when I had a radio show over in Ohio, I got in trouble with station management for playing Fish Karma’s song “Rockin’ and Rollin’ with Little Baby Jesus”
Track 8: Big Bones – I Think She’s Pretty
Bay Area bluesman and sometimes collaborator with the late Paul Pena
Track 9: Homeboy Sandman – The Queens English
First heard Homeboy Sandman on Billy Jam’s “Put the Needle on the Record” show on WFMU.
Track 10: Street Eaters – Simple Distractions
Meghan started doing live sound at 924 Gilman Street back when she was 16.
Track 11: Paintbox – Ring On
I saw Ken from Prank Records calling for folks to play some Paintbox right when I was preparing this show, so I did.
Track 12: Shit Coffins – CONTINUOUS PLEASURE OF LIVING
One time Robert told me about a school lunch where they just opened up a bag of Fritos and threw in ground beef and cheese.
Track 13: Tom Djll – Scene: The Breakdown
A track from a long time stalwart of the bay area creative music scene.
Track 14: Thomas Dimuzio – Lush Calming Memories: Lens Coating Magnifies
From a release paying tribute to the Life Changing Ministries venue.
Track 15: Lexagon – Soft
Also on Post Comsumer’s Hot New Records page.
Track 16: Maxine Funke – Lucky Penny
Heard Maxine Funke on WFMU a few years back and thought I would see what she was up to now.