Route 78 West 9/20/2009 back
Show #437 Route 78 EAST


 track  artist, song-label, format
  01     Peter Walker, Sunshine
02     Abdul Hussein Khan Shak, Homayoun-Honest Jons Records [HJRLP39]
03     Anton Karas, Third Man Theme [original version]
04     5 Greeks In Adi (Khorevtiko)-Balkan Phonograph Co, 78
05     Robbie Basto, Bardo Blues-Takoma, LP
- break 10:18 am
06     Bert Jansch, Lucky Thirteen-Vanguard, LP (VSD 79212)
07     John Fahey, Sunny Side Of The Ocean-Revenant, CD
08     Vasilis Tsitsanis, Magical Nights (Zembekiko)-Minos, CD [transcribed 78]
09     The Blazers, Bangalore-ADD, CD
10     Booka & the Flaming Geckos, Baghdad Texas-Loudhouse, CD [soundtrack]
- break 10:31 am
11     Sti Kentimeni Soo Podia, (Syrtaki)-Balkan Phonograph Co, 78
12     Lakme (Anatolitiko), Thekles Lazaridou-Parlophone, 78
13     Richard Thompson
- break 10:58 am
14     Steve Earle, Transcendental Blues-Artemis Records, CD
15     Giati Me Xeepneeses Proee "Why Do You Wake Me Up So early in the Morning (Zembekiko)
         Vasilis Tsitsanis, 78
16     Uncle Tupelo, Sandasky-Rockville Records, CD
17     Silvertones, Bathsheba-Romulan, LP
- break 11:15 am
18     Jimmy Page, White Summer [rare]
19     Richard Buckner, 22-CD [rare]
- break 11:00 am
20     Sti Vreesi Sti Kreeovreesi "In The Fountain, In the Cold Fountain" (Syrtos)
         Georgias Meetaki-Decca, 78
21     سهق قهؤاشقي لاهساخح, Cross My Palm With Silver-Drag City, CD
22     Jerry & The Catalians, The Arabian Night-Romulan, LP
23     Freedom, Mikis Theodorakis (Zorba the Greek), LP
24     O Krinos "Lily" Angelliki Karagianni-Liberty, 78
25     Nechat Bey, Hidjaz Taxim-Honest Jons Records, LP [HJRLP39]
26     Donovan, Hurdy Gurdy Man-Sony, CD
Notes: Todays show intertwined historic Arabic,Turkish and Persian passages with modern era modal compositions and on the spot effects. The studio took on the climate of a smoky 1940's Greek cafe. Charles and Webmaster Jay co-conspired the bells, bowls and Buddha box mix while Uncle Jeff moved the soundboard switches to all the right places.

Goodbye and good times to our friend Ed Post. Henry Peach, thanks for checking in. Wild and wooly after-show around the compound campfire. See ya next week.

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