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frow show, fmu-14

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Detailed playlist.

1. “Before and Again” – Akron/Family (from Akron/Family)
2. “Minority” – Bill Evans (from Everybody Digs Bill Evans)
3. “Frow Show Theme” = MVB
4. “New Year” – The Breeders (from Last Splash)
5. “We Deflate” – Surrender to the Air (from Surrender to the Air)
6. “Punkte” – Ursula Bogner (from Recordings, 1969-1988 anthology)
7. “Maybe In Another Year” – Jennie Pearl (from Wayfaring Strangers: Ladies from the Canyon compilation)
8. “Sanctus” – Harry Partch (from Made to Order: Bethany Ryker’s 2008 WFMU Marathon Premium compilation)
9. “B3” – Avarus (from III)
10. “Mother and the Bird Machine” – Dixie Blood Moustache (from Sounds to Sooth a Nervous Robot compilation)
11. “Echolalia” – David Gans (from The Ones That Look Weirdest Taste the Best)
12. “Summer Daydream” – Ralph White (from Navasota River Devil Squirrel)
13. “Maine” – Homegas (from Homegas)
14. “I Believe” – Lambchop (from OH (ohio))
15. “Every Year Carries A Number” – Mighty Voices of Wonder (from Local Custom: Downriver Revival anthology)
16. “Ob Ish” – Why? (from Miss Ohio’s Nameless)
17. “To The Love Within” – Megapuss (from Surfing)
18. “Warm Earth, Which I’ve Been Told” – Six Organs of Admittance (from RTX)
19. “I Can’t Get No Satisfaction” – Trad, Gras, och Stenar (from Trad, Gras, och Stenar)
20. “Cricket Music 1964” – Walter DeMaria (from Drums and Nature)
21. 1971 in Review: The news, the events, the personalities as they happened as you lived them
22. “Concession Speech” – Richard Nixon (from Great Speeches of the 20th Century, v. 4 compilation)
23. “Solo” – Henry Grimes (from Solo)
24. “Chaos and the Emergent Mind of the Pond” – David Dunn (from Angels and Insects)
25. “Stridulations (miniatures for temple block ensemble” – Billy Martin (from Black Elk Speaks)
26. “New Year’s Eve” – Stephan Mathieu and Ekkehard Ehlers (from Heroin)
27. “Sasong” (un-backwards) – Avey Tare and Kria Brekkan (from Pullhair Rubeye)
28. “Voaltz (U-Bus Remix by Altz Kabamix)” – The Boredoms (from Voaltz/Rereler 12-inch)
29. “Don’t Say A Word” – Yo La Tengo feat. Smokey Hormel (23 December 2008, Maxwell’s)
30. “Accidentally Like A Martyr” – Jerry Garcia (from All Good Things box set)

ylt, night 8

Yo La Tengo at Maxwell’s
28 December 2008
*(Hanukkah, night 8)*
Metal Mountains and Todd Barry opened.

Mix disc by Zooey Deschanel.

Not A Second Time (The Beatles) (sung as “Not A Ninth Time”)
Let’s Save Tony Orlando’s House
Mr. Tough
The Room Got Heavy (with Samara Lubelski on violin)
Swing For Life (with SL, Pat Gubler on guitar, and Helen Rush on keyboards)
4th Time Around (Bob Dylan) (with SL, PG, and HR)
Group Grope (The Fugs) (with SL, PG, and HR)
Saturday (with SL, PG, and HR)
The Way Some People Die (with PG)
Stockholm Syndrome
The Story of Jazz
Tom Courtenay
I Heard You Looking (with Joe Puleo on organ)
Eight Days A Week (The Beatles)

Autumn Sweater
This Ain’t The Summer of Love (Blue Oyster Cult) (with Todd Barry on drums)
You Can Have It All (George McCrea)
You’ve Got A Friend (Carole King)

ylt, night 7

Yo La Tengo at Maxwell’s
27 December 2008
*(Hanukkah, night 7)*
Willie Alexander and the Boom Boom Band and David Cross (as Rabbi Alan Sugarman) opened.

Mix disc by Ira.
Benefit for Community Partnership School.

(whole show, minus “Sugarcube,” with David Mansfield on violin, pedal steel, and electric guitar.)

Let’s Be Still
She May Call You Up Tonight (The Left Banke)
Cone of Silence
One PM Again
Pablo and Andrea
Griselda (Peter Stampfel)
The Crying of Lot G
I Feel Like Going Home
Nowhere Near
Off and Running (Wayne Fontana and the Mindbenders)
Barnaby, Hardly Working
Big Day Coming (fast) >
Watch Out For Me, Ronnie >
Mushroom Cloud of Hiss

Long Gone (Customs/Lyres)
Walk Away, Rene (The Left Banke) (with DM and Willie Alexander)
Maybe More Than You (The Lost) (with DM and WA)
You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling (Willie Alexander arrangement, Phil Spector/Barry Mann/Cynthia Weil) (with DM and WA)
To Sir, With Love (Don Black/Mark London) (with David Cross)

ylt, night 6

Yo La Tengo at Maxwell’s
26 December 2008
*(Hanukkah, night 6)*
Lambchop and Jon Wurster (as Marky Ramone) opened.

Mix disc by James.
Benefit for Zumix.

(set through “Moby Octopad” with William Tyler of Lambchop on guitar.)

Jesus Christ (Big Star)
My Heart’s Reflection
Pass The Hatchet, I Think I’m Goodkind
Evanescent Psychic Pez Drop
Tears Are Your Eyes
Song for Mahlia
Did I Tell You
The Weakest Part
Moby Octopad
Babysitter (The Ramones) (with “Marky Ramone” on drums)
The Kid With the Replaceable Head (Richard Hell) (with “Marky Ramone” on drums)
Cherry Chapstick
Tom Courtenay
Heroin (Velvet Underground, Roky Erickson arrangement)

*(encore)* with Cyril Jordan of the Flamin’ Groovies on guitar/vocals
You Tore Me Down (Flamin’ Groovies)
Absolutely Sweet Marie (Bob Dylan)
Dog Meat (Flamin’ Groovies)
Second Cousin (Flamin’ Groovies)
Shake Some Action (Flamin’ Groovies)

ylt, night 5

Yo La Tengo at Maxwell’s
25 December 2008
*(Hanukkah, night 5)*
Antietam and Fred Armisen opened.

Mix disc by Georgia.
Benefit for NICE and Justice at Work Project.

(whole show, minus encore, with Fred Armisen on drums.)

Jesus Christ (Big Star)
False Alarm
I Should Have Known Better
The Last Days of Disco
Flying Lesson (Hot Chicken #1)
Little Eyes (Armisen on guitar)
Season of the Shark
Black Flowers (Armisen on guitar)
Things I Should’ve Said (P.F. Sloan/Steve Barri)
Take A Giant Step (Carole King/Gerry Goffin)
Demons (with Tara Key on guitar)
Deeper Into Movies (with Tara Key on guitar)
From A Motel 6 >
Nuclear War (Sun Ra) (with Josh Madell on percussion)

*(encore)* with Cyril Jordan of the Flamin’ Groovies on guitar/vocals
You Tore Me Down (Flamin’ Groovies)
Have You Seen My Baby (Randy Newman)
I Can’t Hide (Flamin’ Groovies)
Slow Death (Flamin’ Groovies)
Shake Some Action (Flamin’ Groovies)

ylt, night 4

Yo La Tengo at Maxwell’s
24 December 2008
*(Hanukkah, night 4)*
Jennifer O’Connor and Jon Benjamin opened.

Mix disc by Russell Maer.
Benefit for Mercy Corps.

Big Day Coming (slow)
Beanbag Chair
Pass the Hatchet, I Think I’m Goodkind
Drug Test
The Weakest Part
Mr. Tough
Tiny Birds
Paul Is Dead
Angst In My Pants (Sparks)
Upside Down
Autumn Sweater
I Heard Her Call My Name > (Velvet Underground)
Blue Line Swinger

(I Gotta) Dream On (Herman’s Hermits)
Detouring America With Horns
Cherry Chapstick (slow)
Rock and Roll Santa (Jan Terri)

ylt, night 3

Yo La Tengo at Maxwell’s
23 December 2008
*(Hanukkah, night 3)*
John Zorn & Marc Ribot and Slovin & Allen opened.

Mix disc by Gaylord Fields.
Benefit for Seacology.

(whole show with Smokey Hormel on guitar)

Leaving Home
We’re An American Band
Little Eyes
I Wanna Be Your Lover (Bob Dylan)
A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You (Neil Diamond)
The Race Is On Again
Can’t Forget
Don’t Say A Word (Hot Chicken #2)
Our Way To Fall (swing version)
Out the Window
Styles of the Times
Tom Courtenay
I Heard You Looking (with Yoni Wolf on keyboards)

Stay With Me (The Dictators)
Center of Gravity

ylt, night 2

Yo La Tengo at Maxwell’s
22 December 2008
*(Hanukkah, night 2)*
Magnetic Fields and John Hodgman opened.

Mix disc by Steve Shelley.
Benefit for Burmese Refugee Project and Burma Border Projects.

(show played with upright piano)

The Weakest Part (slow)
Big Day Coming (fast)
Guess I’m Falling in Love (Velvet Underground)
Stockholm Syndrome
Winter A Go-Go
Sometimes I Don’t Get You
Don’t Have To Be So Sad (with Claudia Gonson, drums, and Sam Davol, cello, of Magnetic Fields)
Five-Cornered Drone (Crispy Duck)
Autumn Sweater
Double Dare
Watch Out For Me, Ronnie
The Story of Yo La Tango

Be Careful, It’s My Heart (Irving Berlin) (Ira & Stephin Merritt duet)
A Foggy Day in London Town (George Gershwin) (with Doug Gillard, guitar/vocals)
No Milk Today (Herman’s Hermits) (with Doug Gillard, guitar/vocals)
The Next Big Thing (The Dictators) (with Doug Gillard, guitar/vocals)
My Little Corner of the World (Bob Hilliard/Lee Pockriss) (with Ira’s mom, vocals)

ylt, night 1

Yo La Tengo at Maxwell’s
21 December 2008
*(Hanukkah, night 1)*
Oneida and Paul F. Tompkins opened.

Mix disc by Aesop Rock.
Benefit for the Jubilee Center.

(whole show with Janet Weiss on drums)

Eight Day Weekend (Gary “U.S.” Bonds)
Today Is The Day (fast)
The Summer
Beanbag Chair
Mr. Tough
Heaven Only Knows (Jeff Barry/Ellie Greenwich)
House Fall Down
I Should Have Known Better
Sudden Organ
Tom Courtenay
Little Honda (The Beach Boys)

*(encore)* with Britt Daniel of Spoon on vocals, minus “Ring of Fire”
Ring of Fire (June Carter Cash) (with Paul F. Tompkins on vocals)
Public Image (Public Image, Ltd.)
Mother and Child Reunion (Paul Simon)
Me and Mr. Jones (Amy Winehouse)
This Guy’s In Love With You (Bert Bacharach/Hal David)

frow show, fmu-13

Listen here.
Detailed playlist.

1. “Hanukkah, Bitch” – Brad and Barry (from Brad and Barry Stuff Your Stocking: Fifth Annual Holiday Jamz)
2. “Frow Show Theme” – MVB
3. “I Wish You Could Be Here” – The Cyrkle (from Red Rubber Ball)
4. “How Can We Hang On to a Dream” – Tim Hardin (from Tim Hardin 1)
5. “If I Were A Carpenter” – Roy Ayers Quartet (from All Blues)
6. “Roses In the Snow” – Nico (from The Marble Index)
7. “Love Scene, variation 4” – Jerry Garcia (from Zabriskie Point OST)
8. “Degraded Hours” – Sightings (from Through the Panama)
9. “Sugar Rum Cherry (Dance of the Sugar-Plum Fairy)” – Duke Ellington (from Three Suites)
10. “Clouds and Snow” – Ben Kamen (from Dreams EP)
11. “12 Days of Christmas” – Twin Peaks cast (from KROQ Acoustic Christmas compilation)
12. “Santa Claus, The Original Hippie” – Homer and Jethro (from Cool, Crazy Christmas)
13. “We Wish You A Merry Christmas” – Jacob Miller (from Natty Christmas)
14. “Cold Weather” – The Upsetters (from The Upsetter Compact Set anthology)
15. “The Corpse Rises” – Scientist (from Scientist Rids the World of the Evil Curse of the Vampires)
16. “King of Kings” – Prince Jammy v. King Tubby (from His Majesty’s Dub)
17. “Comet Course” – Flying Lotus (from Los Angeles)
18. “Indigo Aerial” – Tim Hecker (from Good Night)
19. “Silent Night” – William Basinski (from Silent Night)
20. WWI Christmas voices from Salisbury
21. “The Long Christmas Dinner” – Rudolf Escher (from Anthology of Dutch Electronic Music, v. 1: 1955-1966 anthology)
22. “Gettin’ Ready For Christmas Day” – Rev. J.M. Gates (from Goodbye Babylon box set)
23. “Rap > Solid Rock” – Bob Dylan (20 April 1980, Massey Hall)
24. 1968 Christmas record – The Beatles
25. split LP with the Jealousy Party – Talibam!
26. “Electro-Tension MQ LP38/2” – John Baker (from The John Baker Tapes, v. 2: Soundtracks Library, Home Recordings, Electro Ads, Rare and Unreleased Recordings, 1954-1985 anthology)
27. “I Will Haunt You” – Oneida (13 December 2008, Knitting Factory)
28. “Astral Weeks” – Van Morrison (from Astral Weeks)
29. “Tomorrow Is A Long Time” – Elvis Presley (from From Nashville to Memphis: The Essential ’60s Masters anthology)
30. “Take Care” – Big Star (from Third/Sister Lovers)

frow show, fmu-12

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Detailed playlist.

1. “Non Dirle Che Non E’ Cosi’ (If You See Her Say Hello)” – Francesco de Gregori (from Masked and Anonymous OST)
2. “Frow Show Theme” – MVB
3. “Maria Bethania” – Caetano Veloso (from Caetano Veloso (1971))
4. “Passion Dance” – McCoy Tyner feat. Marc Ribot (from Guitars)
5. “See You In The Paper” – The Wowz (from Long Grain Rights)
6. “Oh Boy!” – Grateful Dead (from Skull and Roses reissue)
7. “Psychedelic Man” – The Psycrons (from The Time Was Then Is Now compilation)
8. “No Deposit, No Return Blues” – Sandy Bull (from Still Valentine’s Day 1969: Live at the Matrix, San Francisco)
9. “Where Do You Run To?” – Frankie Rose (from Yeti, v. 6 compilation)
10. “Made in the Dark” – Hot Chip feat. Robert Wyatt (from Hot Chip with Robert Wyatt and Geese EP)
11. “Lust of the Blood” – Jerry Lee Lewis (from Catch My Soul)
12. “Don’t” – Keith Richards (from Toronto 1977)
13. “Silent Night” – Ween
14. “What A Wonderful World” – Major Organ (from Christmas In Stereo compilation)
15. “Xmas Time” – Au Revoir Simone (from I’ll Stay ‘Til After Christmas)
16. “Despite the Water Supply (Side A)” (Sea of Sound remix) – Jim O’Rourke
17. “Sons Silence” – Om (from Om)
18. “White Christmas” – Julian Koster (from The Singing Saw at Christmas)
19. “Aria II” – Zeitkratzer and Keiki Haino (from Electronics)
20. “Hodie Christus Natus Est” – Mount Alvernia Seminary Choir (from Christmas In A Monastery)
21. “Tramp and Orchestra” – Gavin Bryars (from Jesus Blood Never Failed Me Yet)
22. “Jingle Bells” – A 19th Century German Music Box (from Christmas With Krampus compilation)
23. Wall of Angels (Field recordings of angels from: as well as /angels-2.htm, /angels-3.htm, /angels-4.htm)
24. “Silent Night” – The Guide Dog Glee Club (from We Woof You A Merry Christmas)
25. “Buzzers” – Scott Walker (from The Drift)
26. “Careless Love Blues” – Bessie Smith (from Gospel and Blues; Will the Circle Be Unbroken compilation)
27. “Putting Myself Back Together Again” – Lambert and Nuttycomb (form At Home
28. Ebenezer Electric – Bruce Haack and Ted Pandel
29. “I’ve Just Destroyed The World I’m Living In” – Willie Nelson (from Crazy: The Demo Sessions)
30. “770” – Alan Sondheim (from Ritual-All-7-70)
31. “Mama You Been On My Mind” – Lee Ranaldo (from Outlaw Blues (Tribute to Bob Dylan) compilation)

some recent articles.

On Long Island, Memories of Harvey Milk Have Expired, a trip to Harvey Milk’s hometown (Paste)
Movie Hopping While Rome Burns (Paste)
Lou Reed Revisits Berlin (Paste)

Satanic Messiah EP – The Mountain Goats (Village Voice)
Black Pear Tree EP – The Mountain Goats/Kaki King (Village Voice)
Skeletal Lamping – Of Montreal (Paste)
Broken Hymns, Limbs and Skin – O Death (Village Voice)
Tell Tale Signs – Bob Dylan (
Indie-Weirdo Round-Up, featuring: Alps, Stephen Bernstein’s Millennial Territory Orchestra, Linda Perhacs, Shugo Tokumaru, Wreckless Eric and Amy Rigby (
Indie-Weirdo Round-Up, featuring: John Baker, Menahan Street Band, Oneida, James Jackson Toth, Why? (

Shugo Tokumaru at the Bowery Ballroom, 22 October 2008 (Village Voice blog)
Oneida at Secret Project Robot, 1 November 2008 (Village Voice blog)
David Byrne at Count Basie Theater, 3 November 2008 (Village Voice blog)
Bob Dylan at United Palace Theater, 21 November 2008 (Village Voice blog)
Silver Apples at the Kitchen, 2 December 2008 (Village Voice blog)

Moe Gets Tied Up (Village Voice blog)
Filth and Wisdom (Paste)

Walnut Creek, Phish (Paste)
Christmas on Mars (Paste)

Chagall: A Biography by Jackie Wullschlager (San Francisco Chronicle)

In print:
o Paste #48 (Of Montreal cover): feature on Lou Reed, movie reviews of Filth and Wisdom and Christmas on Mars
o Paste #49 (She & Him cover): feature on movie-hopping, Harvey Milk’s hometown; movie review of Waltz With Bashir
o December/January Relix (Ryan Adams cover): album reviews of Lou Reed, David Grubbs, Vic Chesnutt/Elf Power; book review of Best Music Writing 2008; DVD review of A Technicolor Dream.

frow show, fmu-11

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Detailed playlist.

1. “Astro Black > Variations on the Kohoutek Theme” – Sun Ra (from The Concert for the Comet Kohoutek)
2. “Frow Show Theme” – MVB
3. “People Has It Hard” – Coleman Family (from Local Custom: Downriver Revival compilation)
4. “Someting’s Wrong” – Dillard and Clark (from The Fantastic Expedition of Dillard and Clark)
5. “Beards” – The Dodos (from Beware of the Maniacs CD-R)
6. “Aguane” – Chris Watson (from Cima Verde)
7. “Tooi sora no kanata ni” – Itsutsu no akai fuusen (from Japanese Folk, Rock, and Enka, 1969-1972 compilation)
8. “Lantern on the Water” – Shugo Tokumaru (from Night Piece)
9. “Desert Toll/Spirit Guide” – Icy Demons (from Fight Back!)
10. “Vita” – Akira Ishikawa and Count Buffalo (from Uganda-Afurikan Rokky No Yoake)
11. “Ollin Arageed” – Hamza El-Din feat. Grateful Dead (from Rocking the Cradle: Egypt 1978)
12. “Wave Backwards to Massachusetts” – Hallelujah the Hills (from Collective Psychosis Begone)
13. “Lawrence of Arabia” – The Tornadoes (from Intergalactic Instros: Joe Meek Collection anthology)
14. “Milky Blue/Riddle in Wonderland” – YMCK (from Family Racing CD-R)
15. “Red Hat Attack” – A Grape Dope feat. Doseone (from Missing Dragons EP)
16. “Comendo Pao e Fazeno Mal” – Minusbaby (from Saudade for Beginners)
17. “The Vespertine Park” – Gavin Bryars (from Hommages)
18. “Santa Claus, Scene Three” – e.e. cummings (from reads his poetry)
19. “Robots and Cyborgs” – Francisco Lopez (from TechnoCalyps OST)
20. “Gamelan NEA” – Gamelan Son of Lion (from Metal Notes)
21. “Experiences No. 2” – Robert Wyatt (from Voices and Instruments compilation)
22. “Awaken… Larkwise” – Claire Hamill (from Voices)
23. “God Only Knows (vocals)” – The Beach Boys (from Pet Sounds box set)
24. “Romeristas (Rain Prayer)” – Las Romerista Mexicanas/Tzapulutes (from Yol K’u: Inside the Sun, Mayan Mountain Music)
25. “Waterloo No. 2” – Rhys Chatham (from An Angel Moves Too Fast To See: Selected Works, 1971-1989 anthology)
26. “Composition 40 (O)” – Anthony Braxton (from Quartet (Dortmund) 1976)
27. “Another Man’s Done Gone” – Odetta (from Folk Song and Minstrelsy anthology)
28. “I’m Going Back to the Red Clay Country” – Odetta (from Folk Song and Minstrelsy anthology)
29. “19IV75” – David Rosenbloom and J.B. Floyd with Trichy Sankaran (from SUITABLE FOR FRAMING/forms of freedom for two pianos and mrdangam)
30. “Clouds and Their Shadows” – Bird Show (from Bird Show)
31. “Red Flag on the Gondola” – Flipper’s Guitar (from Three Cheers For Our Side)
32. “I’m Only Sleeping (Take 1)” – The Beatles (from Anthology, v. 2)

frow show, fmu-10

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Detailed playlist.

1. “Rain and Snow” – Obray Ramsey (from The Music Never Stopped: Roots of the Grateful Dead compilation)
2. “Totally Confused” – Beck (from Western Harvest Field By Moonlight 10-inch)
3. “Frow Show Theme” – MVB
4. “Fallen Snow” – Au Revoir Simone (from The Bird of Music)
5. “My World Fell Down” – Saggitarius (from Present Tense)
6. “Sunday Morning, Seven AM, On San Pablo Avenue” – Mushroom (from Gazed Popems)
7. “Money Folder (Four Tet remix)” – Madvillian (from Madvillian Remixes EP)
8. “Devils” – 63 Crayons (from Spoils For Survivors)
9. “Hollow Me (alt. version)” – Yura Yura Teikoku (from Remix 2005-2008 anthology)
10. “Papa Legba” – Talking Heads feat. Pops Staples (from Sounds from True Stories)
11. “Caledonia Mission (song sketch)” – The Band (from A Musical History box set)
12. “River Deep, Mountain High” – Keith and Donna (from Keith and Donna)
13. “Not At All” – Claudia Lennear (from Some Bad-Ass Bitches (1968-1978) compilation)
14. “Then She Exploded” – Nothing (from A Warm Gun)
15. “Eric’s Trip” – Sonic Youth (from Daydream Nation)
16. “Tried So Hard” – Flying Burrito Brothers (from Flying Burrito Brothers)
17. “Perrier” – Ecstatic Sunshine (from Way)
18. “Spider Conductor” – Memorize the Sky (from Memorize the Sky)
19. “Rebound from the Cliff” – Ignatz (from Ignatz)
20. Wall of Banjos (feat. Bela Fleck, Tony Trischka, Bill Keith, Harry Reser, Reed Martin)
21. “John Hardy” – Bela Fleck, Vishwa Mohan. Bhatt, Jie-Bing chen (from Tabula Rasa)
22. Wall of Calliope (feat. Authentic Calliope Music (Major Records) & Old Time Circus Calliope (Audio Fidelity))
23. “Silent Night” – The Music Tapes (from The Singing Saw at Christmastime)
24. “Track 3” – Brian Joseph Davis (from Original Soundtrack)
25. “Glitterbas Solo” – Bob Moses (from Bittersuite in the Ozone)
26. “Triage” (excerpt) – DJ Olive (from Triage)
27. “Things Are Worse In Russia” – Sam Mayo (from Sprigs of Time: 78s from the EMI Archive compilation)
28. “Anything Could Happen” – Times New Viking (from Yeti, v. 6 compilation)
29. “Bad Education” – Blue Orchids (from The Greatest Hit (Money Mountain))
30. “20,000 Leagues” – Marine Girls (from Beach Party)
31. “Pensacaola” – Soul Coughing (from El Oso)
32. “Sun Organ” – Black Moth Super Rainbow (from Falling Through A Field)
33. “Are You Leaving For the Country?” – Karen Dalton (from In My Own Time)
34. “False From True” – Pete Seeger (from At 89)
35. “Brother, Can You Spare A Dime?” – Eugene Chadbourne feat. Jimmy Carl Black and Lol Coxhill (from Jesse Helms Busted With Pornography: The C&W Opera)
36. “Long Gone Like A Turkey Through the Corn” – Lightnin’ Hopkins (from Country Blues)
37. “Nothing Hides” – James Jackson Toth (from Waiting In Vain)
38. “Canela” – Devandra Banhart (from Cripple Crow)
39. “On My Way Home” – Neil Young (from Sugar Mountain: Live at Canterbury House 1968)