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Mystery Train (Music)

Get out of the graveyard and hop on the Mystery Train. It's the best of 80 years of folk, country, blues and rock & roll, plus a few surprises just to keep you guessing.

Mon Dec 3rd 2012 10.00am–12.00pm

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links help support the station.

Time zone: central

10:01am

Brian Eno “Lux (excerpt)”
from Lux (Warp 2012) N  —background music for the first half of today's show

10:03am

Rabbi James Stone Goodman with Brothers Lazaroff “First Night”
from Eight Nights (self-released 2012) L —playing the second annual Hanukkah Hullabaloo this Saturday, December 8 at Off Broadway

10:07am

Victor Uwaifo “Do Lelezi”
from Guitar-Boy Superstar (Soundway 2008) —originally released in Nigeria, 1971

10:13am

The Kills “Love Is A Deserter”
from No Wow (Rough Trade 2005)

10:18am

High On Fire “Romulus And Remus”
from De Vermis Mysteriis (Entertainment One 2012) N  —playing this Thursday, December 6 at Firebird

10:21am

Mission of Burma “Outlaw”
from Signals, Calls, and Marches (Ace Of Hearts / Rykodisc 1981) —originally released in 1981

10:23am

Bob Mould “Sacrifice / Let There Be Peace”
from Black Sheets of Rain (Virgin 1990)

10:32am

Bodeco “This Train”
from Suicide Ride (7") (Homestead 1992)

10:34am

Liza Day “Union Pacific”
from One For Courage (self-released 2012) N

10:36am

The Jazz Butcher Conspiracy “Nothing Special”
from Distressed Gentlefolk (Big Time)

10:41am

John Hartford “Corn Cob Blues”
from RCA Country Legends (Buddha Records 2001) —a John Hartford tribute show will take place at Off Broadway on Saturday, December 29

10:46am

The Old Triangle “The Reason I Left Mullingar”
from Some Things Never Change (3Sheets Records 1998)

10:50am

The Men They Couldn't Hang “Gold Rush”
from How Green Is The Valley (MCA 1986)

10:53am

Calexico “Frontera”
from The Black Light (Quarterstick 1998) —playing January 31 at The Pageant with Yo La Tengo

10:57am

Rabbi James Stone Goodman with Brothers Lazaroff “Second Night (featuring Will Soll's Klezmer Conspiracy)”
from Eight Nights (self-released 2012) L

11:00am

Calexico “Pepita”
from Feast of Wire (Quarterstick 2003) —background music for the second half of today's show

11:02am

Hunter Brumfield “September Gurls”
from Live at KDHX (KDHX kdhx.org 1999) L —with Fred Friction, covering Alex Chilton

11:05am

Tom Hall “Police Dog Blues”
from Right Down There on Lee Street (self-released 2005) L —covering Blind Blake

11:08am

Black James “Mourning Dove”
from I'm A Miracle (Farfetched 2012) N L

11:17am

Spelling Bee “New Machines”
from Caterwaul (Already Dead 2012) N L

11:19am

Jucifer “Blackpowder”
from L'Autrichienne (Alternative Tentacles / Relapse 2008)

11:22am

Humanwine “Our Devolution Is Televised”
from Split LP (Rodent Popsicle / Nervous Relatives 2010)

11:25am

Rabbi James Stone Goodman with Brothers Lazaroff “Sixth Night (featuring Will Soll's Klezmer Conspiracy)”
from Eight Nights (self-released 2012) L

11:31am

High On Fire “Rumors Of War”
from Death Is This Communion (Relapse Records 2007)

11:34am

Eleventh Dream Day “Writes A Letter Home”
from Eighth (Thrill Jockey www.thrilljockey.com 1997)

11:39am

Dissidenten “Urban Dervish (For Paul Bowles)”
from Out Of This World (Sire Records 1989) —featuring Abdellah El Gourd on gimbri

11:43am

Joshua Abrams “Moon Hunger”
from Represencing (Eremite 2014) N  —featuring Joshua Abrams on guimbri

11:46am

Absinthe Rose “Consistency In Skepticism And Awareness”
from Split LP (Rodent Popsicle / Screech Owl 2010)

11:49am

The Cairo Gang “Everybody Knows”
from The Corner Man (Empty Cellar 2012) N

11:52am

R.E.M. “Feeling Gravitys Pull”
from Fables of the Reconstruction (I.R.S. 1985)


Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.