A little mixtape for Joe (hey Joe!) in lieu of about 20 backlogged emails and any number of other kindnesses as yet unreciprocated.
Won't be to all tastes, but can you imagine how disgusting would be the mixtape that was? Anyway. It's for Joe, eh Joe?
Joe you've probably got most of this stuff already, but here it is in the order in which I ordered it.
Love you man.
(& for everyone else -- but not excluding Joe: tomorrow, or the next day: some words, I hope.)
1 Christopher Knowles "Tell It Like It Is" (from Tellus #3)
2 Alastair Galbraith "Hospice" (from Mirrorwork)
3 Paul Dunmall & Chris Corsano "Identical Sunsets" (from Identical Sunsets)
4 Scout Niblett "Just Do It" (from The Calcination of Scout Niblett)
5 Austin Coleman w/ Joe Washington Brown & Group "I Feel Like Dyin' In This Army" (from Negro Religious Field Recordings from Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee vol.1 1934-42)
6 The Angels "My Boyfriend's Back"
7 Peter Bellamy "The Maid of Australia" (from Both Sides Then)
8 Richard Youngs "I Need The Light" (from Autumn Response)
9 Tenore de Orsoei "Why do you continue to sing?" (from Voches de Sardinna 1: Amore profundi)
10 Machine for Making Sense "Tb Cc Cm Rr As" (from Consciousness)
11 Neil Young "Transformer Man" (from Trans)
12 Taku Sugimoto "A Day Book" (from Opposite)
13 Malijo & Party "Muliranwawo" (from Sprigs of Time: 78s from the EMI Archive)
14 Art & Language + The Red Krayola "Coleridge vs. Martineau" (from Corrected Slogans)
15 Paul Metzger "Bright Red Stone" (from Deliverance)
16 Frankie Armstrong "Mr Fox" (from I Heard A Woman Singing)
17 Charles Dodge "Speech Songs: 'He Destroyed Her Image'" (from Synthesized Voices)
18 Kevin Eldon & the Cassettes "Mobile Phone"
19 Furious Pig "Bare Pork" (from NME: C81)
20 Stephan Mathieu "IcredevirrA" (from The Sad Mac)
21 Bird by Snow "I Am Not The Moon And Neither Is The Moon" (from Sky)
22 The Dezurik Sisters "Go To Sleep My Darling" (from Flowers in the Wildwood - Women in Early Country Music 1923-39)
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