Double J Show #02   13–07–14


Hello again, brave new listeners! Thank you for checking out last week’s show. It was great to read all the responses that came in, thanks for taking the time. If you’re just joining in this week, welcome to the show. These are the weekly show notes that let you see everything that we will be getting up to.

This show is put together by myself and my brother in sonic jihad, Engineer X.

This week, we move on and include some perhaps more eclectic selections. Please don’t think that at any time, we are trying to give you some lesson in music. We’re not professors, just music fanatics, here to bring great music to your ears.

Last week rocked pretty hard, and this week will as well but a bit differently. In this show, we go to Africa, Japan, Syria, Thailand, Germany and of course, Australia. Great music is all over the world and you have to run to keep up with it.

Almost all of these bands and artists can be found online if you find yourself curious for more. I spend a lot of time on the internet looking around for different music. If I hear of a band that sounds interesting, I look for a song on the internet. If I like what I hear, I search out the records. I have found so much great stuff this way. For example, on this show, Hisato Higuchi was one of those discoveries. I think I have all his stuff now and am digging it.

You might not have checked out Dax Riggs before. He’s got a track on the show. Just my opinion, he’s not to be missed. The albums are good but live, he’s incredible. I wish he would make records more often. His old band Deadboy & the Elephantmen did an album called We Are Night Sky. This is a listen and a half. One song in particular, How Long the Night Was. Whoa. If you stay with this show over the next few weeks, you never know, it just might turn up. Hint.

I think my favorite track of the night, well, it’s hard to choose but I think it’s the Chrissy Zebby Tembo track because of his excellent guitar tone. Check it out! That’s a great re-issue that came out a few years ago. Not a bad song on the album.

I think the most interesting track on this show is the Panbers track in hour 2. When you listen to it, think Janes Addiction. Strange how much Panbers sounds like Janes. The compilation album it’s from, Those Shocking, Shaking Days, is excellent.

I hope you enjoy the show, that’s what it’s all about. Music is the best thing humans ever came up with. I listen as much as I can. Until next week, thanks for checking us out.
–– Henry

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Hour 1
01. Le Butcherettes - Bang! / Sin Sin Sin
02. James Brown - Sex Machine / Revolution of the Mind
03. Frankie Ford - Sea Cruise / The Golden Age Of American Rock ‘n’ Roll - Vol. 7
04. Omar Souleyman - Leh Jani / Highway To Hassake - Folk & Pop Sounds Of Syria
05. Richard Berry & The Pharaohs - Louie, Louie / Have “Louie” Will Travel
06. Jay Reatard - My Family / Blood Visions
07. Cramps - Garbage Man / Songs the Lord Taught Us
08. Beasts Of Bourbon - Chase The Dragon / The Low Road
09. Roky Erickson - If You Have Ghosts / Gremlins Have Pictures
10. Hallelujah Chicken Run Band - Mudzimu Ndiringe / Chicken Run
11. The Wall – Ghetto / The Punk Collection
12. Funkadelic - Super Stupid / Maggot Brain
13. Suicide - Ghost Rider Suicide / Suicide
14. Damaged Bug - Gloves For Garbage / Hubba Bubba
15. Ooga Boogas - Neon Sunset / Romance & Adventure
16. Gene Defcon - Psycho Freakout / Come Party With Me 2000
17. Clarinette - Impressions Of “U Got The Look” / Network Transmissions

Hour 2
01. Unrest - Winona Ryder (Xy Version) / B.P.M. (1991-1994)
02. Pere Ubu - The Modern Dance / the Modern Dance
03. Hisato Higuchi - Sister Girl / She
04. Dinosaur Jr - Goin’ Blind / Kiss My Ass: Classic Kiss Regrooved
05. Farflung - Unborn Planet / A Wound in Eternity
06. Chrissy Zebby Tembo - My Ancestors / My Ancestors
07. Lydia Kavina - Mouvement Electrique et Pathetique / Music From The Ether
08. Dax Riggs - Living Is Suicide / We Sing Of Only Blood Or Love
09. Glaxo Babies - Who Killed Bruce Lee / Dreams Interrupted: The Bewilderbeat Years
10. Cluster – Caramel / Zuckerzeit
11. Palatnoi Songsim - I Love Thai Films / Molam: Thai Country Groove From Isan Vol. 02
12. The Victims - I’ve Flipped Out Over You / Tales From The Australian Underground - Singles 1976-1989
13. Panbers – Haai / Those Shocking, Shaking Days: Indonesia Hard, Psychedelic, Progressive Rock And Funk 1970-1978
14. Ty Segall – Sleeper / Sleeper
15. Joy Division – Disorder / Unknown Pleasures
16. Tumbleweed – Stoned / The Waterfront Years 1991-1993
17. The Imaginations - Goodnight Baby / Memories Of Times Square Record Shop Vol 2






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