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The Other Side (Music)

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The executive producer of The Other Side, and The Good News Show, both of which are heard exclusively on KVMR, Mikail is the last of the original team that helped start community radio station KVMR-FM back in 1978 who is still on the air. An avid dreamer along with his feline companion Monie, you can e-mail Mikail and the rest of the The Other Side or Good News crews directly at tosradio@gmail.com plus you can always click here to see the upcoming show schedule on The Other Side's own little slice of the web.

Tue Jun 30th 2015 8.00pm–10.00pm

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: pacific

8:00pm

Anders Jormin “Dröm”
from Trees of Light (ECM 2015) —his newest release

8:03pm

David Torn “At Least There Was Nothing”
from Only Sky (ECM 2015) —his newest release

8:11pm

Andy Sheppard “I Want To Vanish”
composed by Elvis Costello
from Surrounded By Sea (ECM 2015) —his newest release

8:17pm

David Torn “So Much What”
composed by David Torn
from Only Sky (ECM 2015) N  —his newest release

8:22pm

Elina Duni Quartet “Fëllënza”
from Dallëndyshe (ECM 2015) N  —her newest release

8:29pm

Savina Yannatou “Calin Davullari”
from Songs of Thessaloniki (ECM 2015) N  —her newest release

8:34pm

NEU! “Leb' Wohl”
from Neu! '75 (Groenland Records 1975) —a classic!

8:43pm

Pere Ubu “Visions of the Moon”
composed by Thomas/Herman/Krauss/Maimone/Ravenstine
from Carnival of Souls Album (Fire Records 2014) —such a great record!

8:46pm

Pink Floyd “Candy and a Currant Bun”
composed by Syd Barrett
from The Piper At the Gates of Dawn (40th Anniversary Complete Edition) (Parlophone UK 1967) —well hello Syd & how are you?

8:49pm

Pregnant “there's a river”
from Liquidation On Swans (Independant 2010) —a really great local Northern CA band!

8:54pm

The Residents “Weight-Lifting Lulu”
from Duck Stab (Ralph Records 1978) —such a wonderful & quirky band they were back in the day...

9:10pm

The Rolling Stones “In Another Land”
from THEIR SATANIC MAJESTIES REQUEST MP3 Album (abkco 1967) —I love this period of the Stones, so imaginative these lads were, of course Brian & Bill were both still in the band, ah yes...

9:13pm

RYUICHI SAKAMOTO “23rd Psalm”
composed by Ryuichi Sakamoto
from Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence (Nagisa Oshima's Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Editions Milan Music 1983) —a nice film to see if you have not already...

9:15pm

Sasha Dobson “without you”
from Modern Romance (Secret Sun Recordings 2006) —Ive felt this way for longer than I care to remember... and you?

9:18pm

Serge Gainsbourg “Pamela Popo”
composed by Serge Gainsbourg
from Vu de l'extérieur (Philips Records 1973) —quite a quirky Serge track...

9:20pm

Sergio Mendes & Brasil 66 “Slow Hot Wind”
composed by Henry Mancini
from Herb Alpert Presents Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66 (A&M 1966) —a classic...

9:27pm

Vangelis “Bacchanale”
composed by Vangelis
from Heaven & Hell (RCA 1975) —a classic Vangelis track! read more about here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heaven_and_Hell_(Vangelis_album)

9:32pm

William Shatner “Space Oddity”
composed by David Bowie
from Seeking Major Tom CD Album (Cleopatra 2011) —love dear Bill Shatner! still doing what he wants to do after all these crazy years!

9:37pm

The Young Penguins “In The Meadow”
composed by The Young Penguins
from We Write A Book (Independant) —not yet released track from their (hopefully!) forthcoming record "We Write A Book"

9:41pm

Aksak Maboul “Tous Les Trucs Qu'il Y A La Dehors”
from Onze Danses Pour Combattre La Migraine (Crammed Discs 1977)

9:44pm

Aksak Maboul “The Mooche”
from Onze Danses Pour Combattre La Migraine (Crammed Discs 1977) —if you have not already figured it out I really dig Aksak Maboul!

9:45pm

After Dinner “Dancing Twins”
from Paradise of Replica (RecRec 1989)

9:46pm

After Dinner “Kitchen Life II”
from Paradise of Replica (RecRec 1989)

9:48pm

After Dinner “Paradise of Replica” (RecRec 1989) —After Dinner, formed in 1981, was the brainchild of vocalist/multi-instrumentalist Haco, considered by many to be one of the strongest voices of Japan's avant-garde scene.


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