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KZSU STANFORD I ndependent College Radio at its fine s t!

Serving the Penins ula and beyond with the bes t in music, Stanford Cardinal S ports, talk and new s s hows, University Public Worship and Palo Alto City Council.

A big shout-out with great big ooky piles of love to THE JUNGLE for generously donating their printing resources for this Program Guide! The Jungle, located in downtown Palo Alto, is a full service printshop, cafe, art gallery and music venue.

How to use K Z SU

Jungle has live concerts on the weekends.

With your radio – 90.1 FM Call us with feedback and requests – 650-723-9010 Send us presents – PO Box 20510, Stanford, CA 94309 Email us – General stuff: gm@kzsu.stanford.edu Music stuff: music@kzsu.stanford.edu Sports stuff: sports@kzsu.stanford.edu Underwrirting: underwriting@kzsu.stanford.edu Other stuff – check our website at http://kzsu.stanford.edu/contact/ On your computer – kzsu.stanford.edu

You can check their website, or give them a call for a list of upcoming events.

Here’s where the possibilities become manifold and various... You can listen live to our streams (kzsulive.stanford.edu/) – sometimes we send out a different signal on stream 2, stuff like volleyball games and the like. (You can also listen to us on iTunes radio.) You can check out our schedule, and look at some of the resources we list, like the Concert Calendar. Or you can head for “music” (zookeeper.stanford.edu) and get your mind blown. We have something no other college (or ANY) radio station has – Zookeeper. Here you can not only see our charts and playlists (updated live) and reviews, but you can search our collection. Hit “Find It!” and type a word or phrase, and you’ll see where that word or phrase appears in a band name, album or song title, playlist, or review. You can spend happy hours rooting around in our music collection! It’s all thanks to our mad genius programmer, Jim Mason, who incidentally has the most tattoos at KZSU. Enjoy!

KZSU Program Guide Fall 2007 Edited by Sadie O

jungle@jungledigital.com www.jungledigital.com 650.326.7622 542 High St., Palo Alto, CA, 94301


MONDAYS ON KZSU

TUESDAYS ON KZSU

6-9 AM - Mixed Up Class - Romain A tossed salad of classical music. Varied faces of European and American classical music, with an emphasis on choral and vocal genres. Stanford area classical calendar, local performers, and musical humor. You might hear: Anonymous Hilliard Ensemble J. S. Bach Jascha Heifetz Arvo Part Murray Perahia Paul Robeson Anna Russell Stanford Chamber Chorale Alexander Zemlinsky

5-7 AM - Deep Fried & Sanctified - Andrea Tasty gospel, soul, blues mix designed to satisfy. Deep Fried & Sanctified is a tasty mix of gospel, soul, and blues designed to satisfy both your right and left shoulder. A sweet and spicy soul platter made with love by your host Andrea. You might hear: Sister Rosetta Tharpe Papa Mali Thelonius Monk Gillian Welch James Blood Ulmer The Staples Singers The Holmes Brothers Marc Ribot Elliott Sharp Nina Simone Sly and Family Stone Marion Williams Rance Allen North Mississippi All Stars Dr. John

9AM-Noon - Emphysema For Emphasis - Soy Ricardo This is what they erased If you haven't heard Emphysema For Emphasis before, then please don't tune in. It is a private club and you are not invited. You might hear: You Are A Big Fat Butt On Wheels Noon-1 PM - Lunch Special - Byrd A different community member every week for music & conversation.

7-9 AM - Palo Alto Pop Overthrow - Phil Andrews power pop, indie pop, chamber pop Dust off your 12 string Rickenbacker guitar and polish up your harmonies.. it's time for the Palo Alto Pop Overthrow with your host Phil Andrews. Power pop, indie pop/rock, and splashes of chamber pop and alt country. You might hear: The New Pornographers, Matthew Sweet, Matt Pond PA, Jason Falkner, The Beatles, Sloan, XTC, Squeeze, The Churchills, Bleu, Neil Finn, The Pernice Brothers 9 AM – Noon - Jewish Music Alternative - Raya Zion Eclectic variety of Jewish and Israeli world music Eclectic and Modern music show celebrating Jewish music and culture as created by international and local performing artists. You might hear: David Broza, Ofra Haza, Ha Dag Nachash, Subliminal, New Orleans Klezmer Alstars, Roberto Rodriguez, Elisette, DJ Teko,

1-2 PM - Shedding Light - Byrd Everyone from current authors to environmentalists, to social activists, from in and outside the Stanford community, shedding light on topics of vital interest to all of Noon – 3 PM - Time Traveler - Francis us. Today's indie rock and yesterday's classics Come travel through time -- from the best rock, folk and an occasional blues classic from the 2-3 PM - Raising Sand - Byrd past to a tasty mix of today's excellent indie rock, folk rock, and singer/songwriter selections. A local, national, and international, cutting edge, in depth, You might hear: Bishop Allen Talking Heads The Weakerthans Mary Chapin Carpenter The thought provoking hour, from Iraq to New Orleans, from Beatles The Dodos Bob Dylan Led Zeppelin Eagles Beatbeat Whisper Joni Mitchell Dry Lebanon to the White House, from Abu Garaib to Git-mo, Spells Elton John Crosby, Stills & Nash focusing on social justice themes. 3-5 PM - I once was Canadian - canuck 3-6 PM - Big Love - Jack & Jon B indie rock, pop and folk; oldies and soul Slammin' House & Groovy Beats I once was Canadian is a show focused on indie rock, from the new to the classic, often on Guest DJs from the Bay Area & Beyond spin live every the softer side of the genre. Oldies, soul, Motown and early R&B will be represented as well. week! You might hear: Neutral Milk Hotel, David Bazan/ Pedro the Lion, Mark Kozelek/ Red House Upcoming DJs include: Harry Who, Eric Sharp, Native Painters/ Sun Kil Moon, Low, Seam, Mountain Goats, Morning Benders, the Dodos; Or, the Intelligence, Scott Binder, Largo (UK), Sayaka (Japan), Whale; Mates of State, Notwist, Apples in Stereo, Matt Pond PA, American Analog Set, Guada (Mexico City) 5-8 PM - At the Cafe Bohemian - Decca 6-7 PM - The Stanford Storytelling Project The world is speaking. Listen up. Stories of all kinds from Stanford students, faculty and staff Where African pop meets Cuban jazz in a nightclub filled with Celtic musicians playing The Stanford Storytelling Project brings together stories of Japanese mambos. all kinds-- poetry, memoir, fiction, documentary, and You might hear: Paris Combo, Guinga, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Joanne Shenandoah, academic inquiry-- into a one hour show, centered around a Kila, Hirai Ken, Bembeya Jazz, Mamadou Diabate, Lila Downs, Ibrahim Ferrer new theme each week. You might hear: Stanford students, fellows, professors, 8-10 PM - At Your Local Dive - Natalie lecturers, visiting artists, and staff. Features local SF bands and new and old favorites Music you'd love to hear at your favorite dive bar - featuring local bands of the SF Bay Area 7-9 PM - Palo Alto City Council mixed with new and old favorites of mine. Indie rock, noise, twee pop, lo-fi fuzzy stuff, folk, You might hear: City Government In Action etc. You might hear: Greg Ashley, Or The Whale, Beatbeat Whisper, Aaron Ross, Sean Smith, 9 PM - Midnight - Smartie Pop - Edna Ray's Vast Basement, Leopold and His Fiction, Rubies, Dreamboat, The Blacks, Birds and An eclectic mix of Indie, World, Pop and Blues. Batteries A mix of music you can sing along with (if you want) or just enjoy featuring artists from across genres, including indie, 10 PM – Midnight - Your Sports NightCap - Paul Gassee world, folk, pop, blues, and bluegrass. Hard-hitting, provocative commentary on the sports world... You might hear: Dandy Warhols, Steve Earle, Brandi Break open an adult beverage, pick out that favorite rocking chair, sit back and Carlile, Bruce Springsteen, Jeff Buckley, Cake, Bob relax, because Neil Berman and Paul Gassée will take care of you for the next few hours. Schneider, Imogen Heap, Supergrass, Ryan Adams, The Guests you might hear: ESPN's Ric Bucher, Former NFL & Stanford Quarterback Todd Wallflowers, Nick Cave, Tegan and Sara Husak, All-Pro Linebacker Bill Romanowski, Managing Editor of 'Inside Tennis' Matt Cronin, San Francisco Giants Play-by-Play Man Dave Flemming, 1965 Wimbledon Quarter Finalist Midnight – 3 AM - The Professor Barnaby J. Finkerton Dr. Allen Fox... Variety Hour Extreme Eclecticism Midnight – 3 AM - nag champa orangeasm - dj natty & dj brick Music from all times, places, dimensions. Weekly theme. electroecstasy, fuzzyrock, hiphoppy jazzy, and wit to burn What do Mongolian Tuvan throat singing, Cowboy Music natty and brick, wacky roomates, an immersion in fuzzy rock and funky beats. chill down, from the 1940s, and Thai pop music have in common? This take off your strait jacket with turntablism, funky psychedelics, jazz, and silly beats, textures, show. A weekly journey through time, space, and national and entertainment. give a girl her first orangeasm?...nag champa is aphrodesiac, but the origin brings you music I can guarantee you've never heard pheromones are in the peels before. You might hear: dj zeph. god and texas, don caballero, peanut butter wolf, dj eddie def, You might hear: Ondar Tuvan Chanting, Sea Shanties Vol. glasgow funk, m83, casio club, red sparowes, pete rock, max roach, monty python, woody 1 and 2, Dick Dale, Chuck Berry, Jay Chou, Goran allen Bregovic, Yann Tiersen, El Simbolo, Uriah Heep


WEDNESDAYS ON KZSU

THURSDAYS ON KZSU

6-9 AM - It's different show - Sri News, Views and Music The Music and Informational show from India - Indian classical, film music Tamil, Kannada, Hindi, Malayalam, Telugu along with information, quiz, group discussion and listener participation

6-9 AM - Eclektronik Groove - Holt Sorenson Uptempo beats and dance grooves. A live mix show featuring uptempo beats and grooves from various genres/subgenres of house, techno, and breaks.

You might hear: Ar Rehman, Illayaraja, Pandit Ravi Shankar, MSSubbulakshmi, Neyveli Santhana Gopalan, Rd Burman, SD Burman, Vidyasagar

You might hear: Ben Watt, Claude VonStroke, Edu K, Global Deejays, Late Night Alumni, Marc Romboy+Gui Boratto, Marnix and Mustafa, Mason Style, Of Eye, T. Fuller

9-10 AM - Sports Zoo - Dannaman Sports talk Listen to the Dannaman and his KZSU sports staff cronies give their opinions on the world of sports.

9 AM – Noon - An Epiphany Of Sound - J.C. DJs and musicians live in the mix An inspired foray into the full spectrum of electronica with guest DJs live in the mix as well as insightful commentary sure to raise you up.

10 AM – Noon - 408's Finest - Dannaman Local hip hop, and electronica Dannaman's collection of local hip hop and electronic music. Guests artists will come on the air as well. You might hear: Apakalips. Conspiracy, Plat'num Boyz, P-Nut, Counter Productive, AM1, Leader, Free Fall Crew, Odious, Pacoe the Illiterate

Noon-2 PM - Radiophonic - Kyle M Smorgasbord of indie music from now and then An eclectic mix of rock, pop, indie (and even some electronica) from the past 3 decades. Expect a consistent dose of new music and old gems as we explore a breadth of indie music. You might hear: The Magnetic Fields, Pavement, Les Savy Fav, Guided By Voices, The New Pornographers, Beck, Yo La Tengo, Califone, TV on the Radio, The National, Andrew Bird, Superchunk

2-5 PM - Eran Mukamel - chizzy super rad radio 'splosion Eran Mukamel will make you cry, but mostly in the good way. You might hear: Weird Al Qaeda, Silent Duck, The Itty Bitty Titty Committee, The Milves, Syndrome of a Down, M/M Music Factory, Nippon Ham Fighters, Hotbed of Asperger's, The Magnificent Laminations, Eran Mukamel, T-Pain

5-6 PM - Hearsay Culture - Dave Levine Discussion with guests on law and technology. An show with guests that focuses on the intersection of technology and society. How is our world impacted by the great technological changes taking place? 6-7 PM - The Ground State - Mateo Tambien A tumult of tenacious tonality and trifles Don't cower under your ironic hoodie anymore. If you are hipster superhero or just an unabasheded fan of indie rock, then this is your dive-bar safe haven. Tune in each week for a tumult of tenacious tonality and trifles, all designed to whip your faux-hawk back into shape. You might hear: Tokyo Police Club Jose Gonzalez The Dodos Vampire Weekend Kaputnik Mice Parade Bonnie 'Prince' Billie MGMT Radiohead Shout Out Louds Vampire Weekend Cold War Kids

7-9 PM - Brownian Motion - Your Imaginary Friend High pain tolerance required. Radio that's simply wrong. You know the feeling you get in that microsecond when you first realize you've stepped in dog doo? Yup, thats Brownian Motion. You might hear: Culturcide, Swans, Growing, Neil Hamburger, Nick Cave, My Bloody Valentine, NON, Porter Wagoner, Sun Ra, Black Flag, Raveonettes, Slim Cessna's Auto Club, Heroin Sheiks, Frank Zappa

9-10 PM - Wednesday Night Live Local bands perform live in KZSU’s studio! 10 PM - Midnight - Baptism of Solitude - mike Short, Fast and Loud I play many different sounds, leaning towards metal, grindcore, samples, agitprop, hardcore, world musics and dissonances. Don't believe me? Listen. You might hear: Graf Orlock, Negativland, Maja Ratkje, Insect Warfare, God is My Co-Pilot, Nels Cline, People Like Us, Fanfare Ciocarlia, Municipal Waste, High on Fire

Midnight – 3 AM - A2Z - Gears Music for zombies to make babies to A show that focuses on all sorts of stuff depending on the dj mood: (post)punk, (post)rock, krautrock, reggae, dub, prog-rock, metal, IDM, electro... Everything is impromptu, nothing is planned... You might hear: Wipers, Cul de Sac, Kinski, Pixies, Gang of Four, Can, Neu, Aphex Twin, Autechre, Prince Far I, Mono, Explosions in the Sky, Pelican, Kyuss

3-6 AM - A Random Year in Music History! - MC Clan Each show features eclectic music from a different year. Ever wonder what was hip in 1945? In South Africa during the 60s? Whether Aimee Mann and the Eurythmics were popular at the same time? Find out. You might hear: Duke Ellington, John Cage, Bill Haley and the Comets, King Crimson, the Clash, the Talking Heads, David Torn, the Dresden Dolls, Miles Davis, Brian Eno, the Bulgarian State Radio and TV Female Vocal Choir, Jefferson Airplane, Public Image Ltd.

You might hear: Ben Sims, Cari Lekebusch, Andy W, Chris Jackson, Paul Leath, Derek Scott, Amit Shohan, Booka Shade, Carl Craig, DJ ESP

Noon - 1 PM - New Dimensions Engaging, Inspiring, Empowering, Thought-Provoking, Practical, and Energizing Life-Affirming Programming... exploring a wide variety of topics. New Dimension's dialogues are focused on vital interests of thoughtful, insightful, people concerned with the spiritual, psychological, sociopolitical and the physical health of individuals and the world. 1-4 PM - Sunshine ... in the Afternoon - Sunshine Upbeat Rhythms to put pep in your step and a smile on your face. Jump aboard a worldwide flight of rhythms and beatz. Funky grooves of R&B, Jazz, Blues, Reggae, Hip-Hop, Elektronika, Afrobeat, Taiko, and more good vibes, spanning decades of hot music will put pep in your step and a smile on your face. You might hear: Harvey Mandel, Maceo Parker, Les Mccann, Will Roc, Sista Monica, Dj Lorin Bassnectar, Poncho Sanchez, Sugar Minott, Galactic, Charlie Hunter, Skerik, Garage A Trois, John Lee Hooker Jr.

4-5 PM - Philosophy Talk 5-6 PM - What Would Your Mother Say? - Susan Morris Moms and students on current issues The students give the mothers the straight story, and the moms offer their perspective What Would Your Mother Say? is a weekly talk radio show with a lively mix of interviews, multi-generational debate and hilarious discourse, hosted by Susan Morris

6-7 PM - KZSUAC - DJ Narwhal/DJ Paul the Hammer Noisy pop, poppy noise. KZSU Un-American Activities Committee Do your national duty by tuning in to some red-blooded (but not too red) radio programming. Avoid a spot on the blacklist by listening to our hearty blend of jagged pop, toothsome noise, and tender folk. Remember to report your neighbors. You might hear: Ra Ra Riot, Thinking Fellers Union Local 282, Vampire Weekend, The Goslings, Amps for Christ, The Microphones, Robbie Basho, Broken Social Scene, Tokyo Police Club, MoHa!, KK Rampage, Lomax Field Recordings

7-9 PM - The Courtesy Flush - Barbara Anne Medically astounding! Featuring weird, dark, preferably long, electronic sounding pop songs played in no logical order and with little regard for propriety and/or sensibility. Certainly prone to induce partying like Brian Eno used to party. You might hear: Acid Mothers Temple, Roberta Flack, Prince, UGK, Sunset Rubdown, Atlas Sound, Ivan Hrustka, The Beach Boys, Kraftwerk

9 – 10 PM - The Joy 'n Danny Division - Joy & Danny Lots of indie pop plus whatever we want. Sampling of the cream of current indie pop mixed with whatever other randomness we feel inclined to play. It will lift you up then break your heart. You might hear: Broken Social Scene, Beulah, The Capstan Shafts, Of Montreal, Spoon, Wilco, Mirah

10 PM – Midnight - Happy Hour - Ayshbot & Farmer Flap-Jack Ultimate variety show. Stop by Happy Hour for the finest musical cocktails. Everything on tap, from blues to metal to hip hop. Be sure to tip your bartender. You might hear: Sleater-Kinney Jean Grae Les Claypool Atmosphere Dengue Fever Toots and Maytals Blood Brothers DJ Shadow Otis Taylor Johnny Guitar Watson

Midnight – 3 AM - Live From Six Feet Underground - Witz Underground and local indie, punk, & hip-hop. Local Music: Wherever you go-- there it is. Bringing you underground punk and hip-hop, with some slightly more mainstream tracks mixed in, Witz delivers music you can't help nodding your head to. You might hear: Blue Scholars, The Flatliners, Songs For Mom, MGMT, Bambu, Chuck Ragan, The Fashion, Alkaline Trio, Why?, Atmosphere, The View, BrakesBrakesBrakes, Kate Nash, The Getup Kids


STANFORD CARDINAL SPORTS - SPRING 2008 Baseball Softball Monday April 7 2:15-5:45 Friday April 11 6:50 – 9:10 Wednesday April 9 5:45–9:15 Saturday April 12 12:50 – 3:10 Friday April 11 4:45–8:15 Sunday April 13 11:50 – 2:10 Saturday April 12 12:45–4:15 Tuesday April 15 5:50 – 8:10 Sunday April 13 12:45–4:15 Friday April 18 6:50 – 9:10 Monday April 14 5:45–9:15 Saturday April 19 12:50 – 3:10 Wednesday April 16 5:45–9:15 Sunday April 20 12:50 – 3:10 Friday April 18 5:45–9:15 Tuesday April 22 5:50 – 8:10 Saturday April 19 1:45–5:15 Friday April 25 5:50 – 8:10 Sunday April 20 12:45–4:15 Saturday April 26 12:50 – 3:10 Monday April 21 5:45–9:15 Sunday April 27 11:50 – 2:10 Wednesday April 23 5:45–9:15 Friday May 2 3:50 – 6:10 Friday April 25 5:45–9:15 Saturday May 3 12:50 – 3:10 Saturday April 26 12:45–4:15 Sunday May 4 11:50 – 2:10 Sunday April 27 12:45–4:15 Thursday May 8 6:50 – 9:10 Monday April 28 5:45–9:15 Friday May 9 6:50 – 9:10 Wednesday April 30 2:15–5:45 Saturday May 10 11:50 – 2:10 Saturday May 3 12:45–4:15 Sunday May 4 12:45–4:15 Monday May 5 5:45–9:15 Tuesday May 6 2:45–6:15 Friday May 9 5:45–9:15 Saturday May 10 12:45–4:15 Sunday May 11 12:45–4:15 Monday May 12 5:45–9:15 Saturday May 17 **6:45–10:15 Sunday May 18 **5:45–9:15 Monday May 19 **11:45–3:15 Friday May 23 6:15–9:45 Saturday May 24 1:45–5:15 Sunday May 25 12:45–4:15 Friday May 30 #TBA Saturday May 31 #TBA Sunday June 1 #TBA Monday June 2 #TBA Friday June 6 ##TBA Saturday June 7 ##TBA Every Wednesday at 9 PM, musical mayhem erupts in Sunday June 8 ##TBA our manky but beloved basement studio. Here’s Monday June 9 ##TBA what’s coming: Saturday June 14 ###TBA 4/16 Empty Rooms Sunday June 15 ###TBA 4/23 Count Dante and the Black Dragon Fighting Monday June 16 ###TBA Tuesday June 17 ###TBA Society Wednesday June 18 ###TBA 4/30 Geographer Thursday June 19 ###TBA 5/7 Best of W.N.L. Friday June 20 ###TBA 5/14 the Ian Fays Saturday June 21 ###TBA 5/21 Two Sheds Sunday June 22 ###TBA 5/28 Botticellis Monday June 23 ###TBA 6/4 Best of W.N.L. ….gnarly! Tuesday June 24 ###TBA Wednesday June 25 ###TBA # NCAA Regionals. These games will happen only if makes the playoffs. ## NCAA Super Regionals. These games will happen only if qualifies after the Regionals. ### NCAA College World Series. These games will happen only if qualifies after the Super Regionals

WEDNESDAY NIGHT LIVE!


Monday

KZSU’s Spiffy Schedule for Spring (2008)

6 am 7 am 8 am

Mixed Up Class Romain A tossed salad of classical music

Tuesday

9 am

9 am Emphysema for Emphasis 10 am 10 am Soy Ricardo Reinventing the Squeal 11 am 11 am Lunch Special noon Community talk & music Shedding Light 1 pm Topics of vital interest 2 pm Raising Sand Social justice themes 3 pm Big Love Jack & Jon B 4 pm Slammin' House & Groovy Beats 5 pm 6 pm 7 pm 8 pm 9 pm 10 pm 11 pm

noon 1 pm 2 pm

The Jewish Alternative Raya Zion Eclectic variety of Jewish and Israeli world music Time Traveler Francis Today's indie rock and yesterday's classics

9 am 10 am 11 am noon 1 pm 2 pm

3 pm I Once Was Canadian 3 pm Canuck 4 pm indie rock, pop and 4 pm folk; oldies and soul 5 pm 5 pm At the Cafe Bohemian Stanford Storytelling 6 pm 6 pm Decca Stories from the farm The world is speaking. 7 pm 7 pm Palo Alto Listen up. City Council Vince Larkin 8 pm At Your Local Dive 8 pm Natalie Government in action 9 pm Local SF bands and 9 pm Smartie Pop new and old favorites Edna 10 pm Your Sports Nightcap 10 pm An eclectic mix of Paul Gassee & Neil Indie, World, Pop and Berman 11 pm 11 pm Blues Hard-hitting Commentary

mdnt

mdnt The Professor Nag Champa Barnaby J Finkerton Orangeasm 1 am 1 am DJ Natty & DJ Brick Variety Hour Professor Barnaby J. electroecstasy, fuzzy2 am 2 am rock, hiphoppy jazzy, Finkerton Extreme Eclecticism and wit to burn 3 am 3 am 4 am

Wednesday

6 am Deep Fried & Sanctified 6 am It’s Different Show Andrea Sri 7 am Palo Alto Pop Over- 7 am The Music and throw Informational show 8 am 8 am Phil Andrews from India

4 am

5 am Deep Fried & Sanctified 5 am Andrea

mdnt 1 am 2 am

Eclektronik Groove Holt Sorenson 7 am Uptempo beats and dance grooves 8 am

6 am

No Cover, No Minimum 7 am Fo A mix of jazz, blues, 8 am and world music."

9 am 9 am Sports Zoo An Epiphany of Dannaman Sound 10 am 10 am 408’s Finest J.C. Dannaman DJs and musicians 11 am 11 am Local hip hop, and live in the mix electronica noon New Dimensions noon Radiophonic dance music mixes Kyle M 1 pm 1 pm Sunshine... Smorgasbord of indie in the Afternoon music from now and then Sunshine 2 pm 2 pm Eran Mukamel Upbeat Rhythms to put chizzy 3 pm pep in your step and a 3 pm Eran Mukamel is smile on your face awesome Hearsay Culture 4 pm 4 pm Philosophy Talk Dave Levine 5 pm What Would Your 5 pm The Ground State Mother Say? Mateo Tambien 6 pm A tumult of tenacious 6 pm KZSU-AC tonality and trifles Narwhal/Paul the Hammer 7 pm The Courtesy Flush 7 pm Brownian Motion Barbara Anne Your Imaginary Friend 8 pm We'll learn together how 8 pm High pain tolerance to properly play with fire. required 9 pm 9 pm The Joy ‘n’ Danny Wednesday Division Night Live 10 pm 10 pm Happy Hour Baptism of Solitude Ayshbot & Farmer Mike 11 pm 11 pm Flap-Jack Short, fast and loud Ultimate variety show mdnt mdnt Live from Six Feet A2Z Underground Gears 1 am 1 am Witz Music for zombies to Underground and local make babies to 2 am indie, punk, & hip-hop 2 am

A Random Year in Musical History! MC Clan 4 am Each show features 5 am eclectic music from a different year. 3 am

Friday

Thursday

6 am

3 am 4 am 5 am

Saturday

6 am 7 am 8 am

Lift Jesus Higher Kesha, Christina, Dan, 7 am Kev, Ebony Words for your spirit, 8 am sounds for your soul!

9 am 9 am Music to Make Blues with a Feelin’ Babies To 10 am 10 am Byrd of Paradise Alma Mahler real blues for Music that makes you real people 11 am 11 am feel Planetary Radio noon noon Lost & Found That’s Not Bluegrass Edwin sarah bellum 1 pm Love has no borders, 1 pm Bluegrass, newgrass, nationalities, or genders greengrass, summer 2 pm 2 pm Stanford all year round Cardinal 3 pm 3 pm Baseball Memory Select Wedge Free jazz and avant garde sounds Fair Hearing Micah Cratty Stanford Cardinal Baseball Urban Innercity Experience M-Smooth Ruff N Rugged Hip Hop

4 pm

4 pm

New World Disorder Sadie O 5 pm Burning down Babylon 6 pm with musical fyah

5 pm

mdnt

The Twilight Zone Sasquatch 4 am business in the front, party in the back. 5am

3 am

Undrinkably Bad Oddities 1 am Tracy & Mike R Happy Indie Energy to 2 am Brighten Your Day Loxodromica Rikyu

Sunny Side Up Bruce Folk, bluegrass & alt country University Public Worship Stanford Cardinal Baseball The Perennial Philosophy Cikee & Japanic Beats from the cut & paste

6 pm

The Drum Kevvy Kev 7 pm Hip-Hop mainlined straight from the 8 pm universe. Aoooogah.

Bloodstains Across Atherton 8 pm Ragnar of Ravensfjord Arrrrrgh and Yaaaaaak! 9 pm 9 pm On the Warpath The Big Chief 10 pm 10 pm Music that is not 11 pm allowed by the FCC 11 pm 7 pm

Scatterbrain Radio Gus the Fat & thePeanutGallery Listen to this show and your grades will drop dramatically.

3 am

FYW Radio C.I. King Finding Your Way radio & travel

Sunday

6 am

MHz Raymundo Underground hiphop, rare grooves and abstract beats

mdnt 1 am 2 am 3 am

4 am

4 am

5 am

5 am

Now’s the Time Michael Uhila Will now be soon


FRIDAYS ON KZSU

SATURDAYS ON KZSU

6-9 AM - No Cover, No Minimum - Fo A mix of jazz, blues, and world music. Take 3 parts jazz, 1 part blues, 1 part world music. Shake with ice and pour into a martini glass. Garnish with live interviews with local and national artists. You might hear: Thelonious Monk, Howlin' Wolf, 3 Mustaphas 3, Travis Sullivan's Bjorkestra, Django Reinhardt, Buddy Guy, Cachao, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Henri Salvador, Marcus Shelby

6-9 AM - Finding Your Way - Charles Ivan King Start your Saturday with Finding Your Way to avoid getting run over by the Hordes of Fate... Finding Your Way is a Travel related broadcast filled with NEWS articles from local writers, Golf Trends, Independent Voting and everything that happens in Time...Space...and Place... You might hear: Harold Melvin & Blue Notes, Ben Harper, Berne, Jill Scott, Cris Rock, Richard(bleep)Pryor, Bob Marley, Jimmy Cliff, Inner Circle, (Mucho Reggae), Eli Barsi, Marvin Gaye,

9 – 11:30 AM - Music To Make Babies To - Alma Mahler Music that makes you feel A mix of folk, electronica, jazz, italo disco and pop music to generate all kinds of first-rate feelings. Tune in for inspiration, apathy, paranoia, pleasure, ennui, elation and whopping dollops of schadenfreude. You might hear: Nick Cave, Bill Frisell, The Magnetic Fields, Coil, Merle Haggard, Prefuse 73, Wire, Ennio Morricone, Destroyer, Class Candy, Alexander Robotnick, Her Space Holiday 11:30 AM – Noon - Planetary Radio Each week, Planetary Radio visits with a scientist, engineer, project manager, advocate or writer who can provide a unique perspective on the quest for knowledge about our solar system and beyond. We also showcase regular features that raise your space IQ while they put a smile on your face. Noon – 3 PM - That's Not Bluegrass - sarah bellum You decide. Bluegrass, newgrass, greengrass, summer all year round Keeping the summer music festival season alive all year round. Music from local and national artists playing bluegrass, folk, jazz, Americana, and wherever else that may lead You might hear: Laurie Lewis, Del McCoury, Mike Marshall, David Grisman, Sam Bush, Hot Rize, Yonder Mountain, and, yes even the father of bluegrass himself: Bill Monroe 3-6 PM - Memory Select - Wedge Free jazz and avant garde sounds The outside edge of jazz, including experimental free improvisation and some outright noise. It all swings, trust us. You might hear: John Zorn, Ornette Coleman, Cecil Taylor, Peter Brotzmann, Anthony Braxton, Tim Berne, Nels Cline, Elliott Sharp, Steve Lacy, Matthew Shipp 6-7 PM - Fair Hearing - Micah Cratty Current Events Discussion Discussion of the week's domestic and global news. Live discussion of politics and global affairs. 7-9 (+) PM - Stanford Cardinal Baseball 9 PM - Midnight - Urban Innercity Experience - M-SMOOTH Ruff N Rugged Hip Hop with your host M-SMOOTH. From the latest underground joints, to the dusty and dirty old school records from the past, it s an Urban Innercity Experience to kick your weekend off proper You might hear: Jazz Liberatorz, Abdominal, Pete Rock, The Procussions, The Sound Providers, Ugly Duckling, Theory Hazit, Funky DL, The Paranorml, Hanif Jamiyl Midnight – 3 AM - Scatterbrain Radio - Gus the Fat & thePeanutGallery Listen to this show and your grades will drop dramatically. It's a miracle that these guys actually remembered enough to get Air Cleared and run the station... if you heard them, you wouldn't believe it. Gus the Fat enjoys hiking, bike rides, and walks on the beach while the Peanut Gallery spends most of his time roasting ants with his magnifying glass. Both however are extremely dedicated to making bad ideas sound good. You might hear: French Miami, Battlehooch, MELVINS, Dwarves, Phil Hendrie, La Plebe, Sonic Youth, Yo La Tengo, the Mumlers, and Amanda Huginkiss 3-6 AM - The Twilight Zone - SASQUATCH business in the front, party in the back. The Show is sky-blue skinned, with a grass-green mullet and eyebrows. It wears red shorts, a half-shirt and gauntlets with matching red knee-high boots. Its body is composed mainly of a crystal compound. You might hear: Seeed, They Might Be Giants, Super Tough, Daniel Johnston, Primus, Frank Zappa

9 AM – Noon - blues with a feelin' - Byrd of Paradise blues you can use early in the mornin'...late in the evenin''...down in the delta...back in the alley,,meet me in the bottom...in the basement where they play the blues You might hear: smokey smothers, slim harpo, koko taylor, willie dixon, otis rush, memphis minnie, hound dog taylor, sunnyland slim, george harmonica smith Noon – 2 PM - Lost and Found - Edwin Love has no borders, nationalities, or genders. Do it! Leave your genres at home and come hear some catchy experimental music, the strangest pop you ever did hear, and perhaps even an old favorite or two. You might hear: konono no. 1, can, destroyer, boards of canada, brian eno, spiritualized, cat power, the mountain goats, wire, the clientele 2 – 4(+) PM - Stanford Cardinal Baseball 4-7 PM - New World Disorder - SadieO Burning down Babylon with music Combing the planet for the most interesting new music - especially music that fuses Reggae and Hip Hop with indigenous forms. I figure you can't hate on people if you've danced to their riddims. You might hear: Lee Scratch Perry, Fanfare Ciocarlia, Beat Circus, Bole 2 Harlem, Alpha Blondy, Tego Calderon, El Gran Silencio, A.R. Rahman, Mad Profesor, Motorhead 7 – 9 PM - Bloodstains Across Atherton - Ragnar of Ravensfjord No speed limit for destruction Big Blasts of: Hardcore, Punk, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Industrial and more! Teeth gritting loud since 2003 You might hear: Inepsy, G.B.H., Motorhead, Darkthrone, Laibach, Bathory, Spacemen 3, Big Black, Lost Sounds, Kylesa 9 PM – Midnight - On the warpath - The Big Chief sex,drugs and satan A show with the power to heal the sick, feed the hungry and give sight to the blind. Plus a chance to win 10,000 CASH You might hear: Doggystyle, Butt Butter, the humptys, the one limb jim band, Hippo, the lickity clits, John Tesh, Midnight – 3 AM - Undrinkably Bad Oddities - Mike R & Tracy Happy Indie Energy to Brighten Your Day Tracy and Mike play music that puts ants in your pants! On Undrinkably Bad Oddities, you'll hear upbeat indie music that'll make you smile, dance, and start looking up concert listings! You might hear: Ted Leo & The Pharmacists, The New Pornographers, Hot Hot Heat, Pavement, Radiohead, Apples In Stereo, Neutral Milk Hotel, Andrew Bird, Magnetic Fields, Nada Surf, Of Montreal, Arcade Fire, Vampire Weekend, And mooooore! 3-4 AM - Loxodromica - Rikyu The intersection of Poetry, language, conceptual politics, and conceptual sounds. The Loxodromica might be Noam Chomsky, Thomas Jefferson, Charles Bukowski, James Joyce, Karl Marx, William S. Burroughs, Thomas Pynchon and Machiavelli reading and being read in a hypnotic soup of raw strings, brass, distortion, reverb, and industrial sound. You might hear: Set Fire To Flames Noam Chomsky Belong Do Make Say Think Nadja Exhaust Vivenza Amber Asylum Distance Teargas & Plateglass Aphex Twin Marina Hardy


SUNDAYS ON KZSU 6-9 AM - Lift Jesus Higher - Kesha, Christina, Dan, Kev, Ebony Music for your spirit, sounds for your soul! Hear what you want and get what you need through the sanctified, soulful, sounds of 'Lift Jesus Higher' featuring Christian hip-hop, reggae, praise, worship, and a sermon segment. You might hear: Kierra Sheard, Phanatik,Israel & New Breed, Joann Rosario, Deitrick Haddon, Shei Atkins, Third Day, Fred Hammond,Hillsong, Jeremy Camp 9-11:45 AM - Sunny Side Up - Bruce Folk, Bluegrass & Alt. Country Put on your Sunday best and relax to the Gospel according to Bruce every Sunday morning. He'll be spinning songs from the country, bluegrass and folk genres. You might hear: Big John Mills, Jesse Dayton, Robert Hill, Ronny Elliott, Tim O'Brien, Caroline Herring, James McMurtry, Kate Wolf, Tom Armstrong & Nanci Griffith. 11:45 AM - 12:45 PM - University Public Worship University Public Worship, almost live, from Stanford's Memorial Church. 12:45 – 3(+) PM - Stanford Cardinal Baseball 3-6 PM - The Perennial Philosophy - DJ Cikee or Japanic Beats From the Cut & Paste It's all about how we freq the sound! This view of music looks beyond genre bending and past innovative to stare into the void of raw eclecticism and the expanding world of Hip Hop and Beat Culture. You never know what's comin until you can't get it out of your head. You might hear: Ghost, E Da Boss, Crown City Rockers, Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings, Mophono, Mike Boo, Diplo, Spank Rock, Bastard Jazz Recordings, Zion I, Salva & Epcot, Mochipet... and anything off Quannum, Ninja Tune, Stones Throw , Daly City Records, and Slept On Records 6-9 PM - The Drum - Kevvy Kev Hip-Hop mainlined straight from the universe. Aoooogah. The World's Longest-Running Hip-Hop show continues to bring the ruckus, each and every week. It's the cure for what ails ya. You might hear: Third Sight, Hieroglyphics, Cait La Dee, Last Emperor, J-Live, Members Only Crew, Rakim, RZA, Camp Lo, Brother Ali 9 PM – Midnight - MHz - Raymundo Electromagnetic Underground Cypher Wax Underground hip-hop, rare groove and abstract beats from the San Francisco Bay area and beyond. With your resident selector: Raymundo + weekly guests You might hear: J-Dilla, Mr. Dibbs, DJ Spinna, Peanut Butter Wolf, Omega Watts, Weldon Irvine, D.I.T.C., 4ONEFunk, Third Sight, Kero Midnight – 3 AM – Now’s the time - Michael Uhila Will now be soon. Interviews with people both Stanford affiliates and non Stanford affiliates, coorespondants who respond to me, and Music that might be live or recorded. You might hear: Knowbowjoe Kidipoop Klackyclunks Ketchupfast Katarackjones

JOKES! Yeah, we got em! Many of them in truly exceptionally poor taste! These are your KZSU DJs, warts and all… Romain - I'm a Yogi Berra afficionado: - We're lost, but we're making good time. - 90% of the game is half mental. - No one goes there anymore. It's too crowded. Et cetera... Jack & Jon B - Bong Hits 4 Jesus! Stanford Storytelling Project - How do you catch a unique rabbit? Unique upon it. How do you catch a tame rabbit? Tame way. Unique upon it. Edna - What does a grape and a chicken have in common? They're both purple -- except for the chicken! Professor Barnaby J. Finkerton - What should you eat in the desert? The sandwiches there! Think about it. It took me a while. No, really, it did. Too long, in fact. Andrea - A conscience is what hurts when all your other parts feel so good. --Steven Wright Phil Andrews - What do you get when you cross an elephant and a rhinocerous? ... eleph-ino! Francis - The San Francisco Giants (George Bush was close -- but it's just not funny anymore) canuck - Before my grandfather died, he got all his affairs in order, but let me tell you, those women did *not* like organization. (I made that up.) Decca - Saint Peter is showing a newcomer around heaven. He opens a door and shows the man a bunch of people laughing and having a good time. “That's where the Protestants are.” St. Peter says. Down the hallway they open another door. Lots of people enjoying themselves. “That's where the Buddhists are.” St Peter says. Then they walk down the hall and St. Peter turns, puts a finger to his lips and says “shhhhh.” And then tiptoes past the door. Once past it, the man asks St Peter why they had to be quiet while passing that one room. St Peter responds, “oh, that's where all the Catholics are. They think they're the only ones up here.” dj natty & dj brick - Two antennae got married this weekend. Apparently the ceremony was just okay, but the reception was excellent! Sri - What happens when you throw a watch in the air? You can see time fly Sadie O – I decided to go with Oscar Wilde: I have made an important discovery…that alcohol, taken in sufficient quantities, produces all the effects of intoxication. Soy Ricardo - Adrian chizzy - The joke whose punchline is “moose cock. Dave Levine - Larry Lessig. Mateo Tambien - What's the difference between a lady in church and a lady in the bathtub? One has hope in her soul... Your Imaginary Friend - "Theres no “i” in “team”, but theres a “u” in “f*ck you!” (I made that joke up myself while watching my kid play little league)" Gears - Ehh... Me Greek not know good English... Cannot translate joke very easily... MC Clan - Apparently this was originally a Garrison Keillor joke, but I first heard it from Agent Cooper on Twin Peaks: “One penguin turns to the other and says, 'You look like you're wearing a tuxedo.' The other penguin turns to him and says, 'What makes you think I'm not?' Meditate upon this truth, my son. J.C. - Upset over a newlywed squabble with my husband, I went to my mother to complain. Trying to console me, my dad said that men are not all like this all the time. "Nonsense," I said. "Men are good for only one thing!" "Yes," my mother interjected, "but how often do you have to parallel park?" Susan Morris - It's too risque for the program guide...I'll tell you in person.

Listen in your car!

Barbara Anne - "Once, I heard a really really good song on KALX."


DJ Narwhal/DJ Paul the Hammer - paul: a guy walked into a bar and said ouch. scott: i lost my sense of humor to gangrene in the war. Holt Sorenson - Armaments, chapter two, verses nine to twenty-one. And Saint Attila raised the hand grenade up on high, saying, 'O Lord, bless this Thy hand grenade that, with it, Thou mayest blow Thine enemies to tiny bits in Thy mercy.' And the Lord did grin, and the people did feast upon the lambs and sloths and carp and anchovies and orangutans and breakfast cereals and fruit bats and large chu-- Skip a bit, Brother. And the Lord spake, saying, 'First shalt thou take out the Holy Pin. Then, shalt thou count to three. No more. No less. Three shalt be the number thou shalt count, and the number of the counting shall be three. Four shalt thou not count, nor either count thou two, excepting that thou then proceed to three. Five is right out. Once the number three, being the third number, be reached, then, lobbest thou thy Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch towards thy foe, who, being naughty in My sight, shall snuff it.' Amen. P.S. Roar." Joy & Danny - What do you get when you drop a piano down a mineshaft? A flat minor! YOU LOVE IT Ayshbot - Bono Witz - I was at this casino minding my own business, and this guy came up to me and said, “You're gonna have to move, you're blocking a fire exit.” As though if there was a fire, I wasn't gonna run. If you're flammable and have legs, you are never blocking a fire exit. -Mitch HedbergFo - A little old man is walking his dog down the street when he is suddenly engulfed in fire and brimstone. When the smoke clears there is a huge dark figure towering over him. “I AM SATAN! BEELZEBUB! DESTROYER OF SOULS!” shrieks the demon. The old man shrugs. The Devil is furious. He gets right into the old man's face and screams, “I AM EVIL INCARNATE! I COULD KILL YOU WITH A THOUGHT! DO YOU NOT FEAR ME?!” The old man shrugs again. “Why should I? I was married to your sister for 48 years! Alma Mahler - Our country's president. Micah Cratty - A bear walks into a bar, the bartender says “What do you want?” The bear says . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . “Martini.” The bartender says, “Hey, what's with the big paws?” DJ Cikee or Japanic - i'm not good at jokes... most of mine are by accident...but i did just watch the complete series of Coupling (BBC version) and there's a bit about naked hoovering and keys thats worth a giggle... especially with the mask on... Gus the Fat & thePeanutGallery - Q Why do crackheads always f*ck doggy style? A So they can both look out the window SASQUATCH - How do you get a baby to stop crawling around in circles? Staple its other hand to the ground =P

Michael Uhila - A man walks into the bedroom while his wife’s sleeping and asks. “Honey how would you like your eggs this morning” His wife replies: “Unfertilized now get the hell out!” Kesha, Christina, Dan, Kev, Ebony - Jesus and Satan were having an on-going argument about who was better on the computer. They had been going at it for days, and frankly God was tired of hearing all the bickering. Finally fed up, God said, “THAT'S IT! I have had enough! I am going to set up a test that will run for two hours, and from those results, I will judge who does the better job!” So Satan and Jesus sat down at the keyboards and typed away. They moused. They faxed. They e-mailed. They e-mailed with attachments. They downloaded. They did spreadsheets. They wrote reports. They created labels and cards. They created charts and graphs. They did some genealogy reports. They did every job known to man. Jesus worked with heavenly efficiency and Satan was faster than hell. Then, ten minutes before their time was up, lightning suddenly flashed across the sky, thunder rolled, rain poured, and, of course, the power went off.. Satan stared at his blank screen and screamed every curse word known in the underworld. Jesus just sighed. Finally the electricity came back on, and each of them restarted their computers. Satan started searching frantically, screaming: “It's gone! It's all GONE! I lost everything when the power went out!” Meanwhile, Jesus quietly started printing out all of his files from the past two hours of work.. Satan observed this and became irate. “Wait!” he screamed. “That's not fair! He cheated! How come He has all His work and I don't have any?” God just shrugged and said, JESUS SAVES. Kevvy Kev - A young man moved into a new apartment on his own, and went to the lobby to put his name on his mailbox. While there, an attractive young lady came out of the apartment next to the mailboxes wearing a robe. The boy smiled at the young woman and she started a conversation with him. As they talked, her robe slipped open, and it was obvious that she had nothing else on. The poor kid broke into a sweat trying to maintain eye contact. After a few minutes, she placed her hand on his arm and said, “Let's go to my apartment; I hear someone coming.” He followed her into her apartment, she closed the door and leaned against it, allowing her robe to fall off completely. Now nude, she purred at him, “What would you say is my best feature?” Flustered and embarrassed, he finally blurted, “It's got to be your ears.” Astounded, and a little hurt she asked, “My *ears*? Look at these breasts, they are full and 100% natural. I work out every day, my @$$ is firm and solid, my skin is flawless. How can you think that the best part of my body is my ears? Clearing his throat, he stammered: “Outside, when you said you heard someone coming? That was me. SO, there that is. I think I warned you it wasn’t gonna be pretty…

Charles Ivan King - The Richard Pryor one when white and black people walk thru the jungle and step on a snake... Byrd of Paradise - eskimo on the way to work,,,breaks down,,,,across the street from a gas station,,,the atendent,,,approaching the eskimo,,,,asks what happened,,,the eskimo says,,,,don't know,,,the attendent,,,tells the eskimo to go across the street to the diner and get something to eat,,,and he'd have it running ,,,when he got back,,,,returning,,,the eskimo finds the attendent leaning against the running car,,,asking the attendent what was wrong,,,the attendent answered,,,”looks like you blew a seal”,,,,at which point,,,(wiping the corner of his mouth”),,the eskimo answered,,no thats just a little mayonaise left over from lunch Ragnar of Ravensfjord - Officer, I know I was going faster than 55MPH, but I wasn't going to be on the road an hour. -- Steven Wright The Big Chief - What the farmer say when he lost his tractor? “Where's my tractor?” Mike R & Tracy - A guy goes to a therapist and says, “Doc, I think I'm going nuts! Some nights, when I'm sleeping, I dream that I'm a teepee! And other nights I dream that I'm a wig-wam!” The doctor looks at him and says, “Oh, you aren't nuts! You're just two tents!” (too tense ha ha get it) (not for program guide:) Also, when I called my dad up to ask what my favorite joke was, he yelled to my mom “HEY WHAT JOKE HAVE I BEEN TELLING YOU LATELY” and she yelled back “AH, SOMETHING ABOUT A DICK” which I thought was hilarious. Raymundo - What do you call a Jamaican gynecologist? A Pokemon.... hahahaahha. Thank you... thank you... I'm here every Sunday and be sure to tip your waiters. Bruce - this years sf giants team

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KZSU CHARTS - MARCH, 2008 MAIN - # ARTIST ALBUM (LABEL) 1. CAT POWER Jukebox (Matador) 2. COLL Eccentric Soul: The Outskirts Of Deep City (Numero Group) 3. PERRY, LEE "SCRATCH" Chicken Scratch (Heartbeat) 4. COLL Droppin' Science: Greatest Samples From The Blue Note Lab (Blue Note) 5. FANFARE CIOCARLIA Queens And Kings (Asphalt Tango) 6. ATLAS SOUND Let The Blind Lead Those Who Can See But Cannot Feel (Kranky) 7. FINN, LIAM I'll Be Lightning (Yep Roc) 8. GUYGER, STEVE Radio Blues (Severn) 9. WHITE HILLS Heads On Fire (Rocket) 10. EMPTY ROOMS Lacuna (Www.Emptyrooms.Com) 11. THORN. PAUL A Long Way From Tupelo (Perpetual Obscurity) 12. XIU XIU Women As Lovers (Kill Rock Stars) 13. HELIO SEQUENCE, THE Keep Your Eyes Ahead (Sub Pop) 14. MAGNETIC FIELDS, THE Distortion (Nonesuch) 15. CLEARWATER, EDDIE "THE CHIEF" West Side Strut (Alligator) 16. QULFUS Enos (Gigante Sound) 17. KORPERSCHWACHE Brotherhood Of The Bowl (Inam) 18. NEGATIVLAND A Big 10-8 Place (Reissue) (Seeland) 19. MIA DOI TODD Gea (City Zen) 20. COLL Bippp - French Syth Wave 1979-85 (Everloving, Inc.) HIP-HOP 1. BUCK 65 Situation (Warner Brothers (Modern)) 2. DOPESTYLE Little Happy/Fools Pool Double Album, The (Daly City) 3. WU TANG CLAN 8 Diagrams (Src) 4. SPEECH DEFECT Come For Da Funeral, Stay For Da Food (Kzsu) REGGAE/WORLD 1. PERRY, LEE "SCRATCH" Chicken Scratch (Heartbeat) 2. FANFARE CIOCARLIA Queens And Kings (Asphalt Tango) 3. LOUNGECLASH Dread Time Story (Self) 4. MARVIN, JUNIOR Wailin' For Love (Dj Boy) 5. SABBAH, CHEB I Devotion (Six Degrees) 6. COLL Roots People Music Vol. 4 (Cousins) 7. UP, BUSTLE & OUT Istanbul's Secrets (Kalan Muzik) 8. COLL Latin Reggae (Putumayo World Music) 9. SOSA, OMAR Afreecanos (Ota) 10. COLL Global Rhythm: March 2008 (Global Rhythm) JAZZ 1. COLL Droppin' Science: Greatest Samples From The Blue Note Lab (Blue Note) 2. PARKER, MACEO / WDR BIG BAND Roots & Grooves (Heads Up International) 3. WILSON/LEE/BENTLEY Escondido Dreams (Drip Audio) 4. LEHMAN, STEVE QUINTET On Meaning (Pi) 5. RUBALCABA, GONZALO Avatar (Blue Note) 6. NOERTKER'S MOXIE Sketches Of Catalonia, Vol. 2 (Edgetone) 7. DUBUIS, LUCIEN TRIO Le Retour (Unit) 8. BROWN, ARI Live At The Green Mill (Delmark) 9. BLAKE, RON Shayari (Mack Avenue) 10. AUGUST, GREGG SEXTET One Peace (Iacuessa) BLUES 1. GUYGER, STEVE Radio Blues (Severn) 2. CLEARWATER, EDDIE "THE CHIEF" West Side Strut (Alligator) 3. EDWARDS, DAVID HONEYBOY Roamin' And Ramblin' (Earwig Music Co) 4. COLLINS, ALBERT Live At Montreux 1992 (Eagle) 5. TAYLOR, OTIS Recapturing The Banjo (Telarc) 6. COSTELLO, SEAN We Can Get Together (Delta Groove Productions) 7. GRUENLING, DENNIS I Just Keep Lovin' Him (Backbender) 8. HANCK, TERRY Always (Tvr Music) 9. BROZMAN, BOB Post-Industrial Blues (Ruf) 10. BIBB, ERIC Get On Board (Telarc) COUNTRY/BLUEGRASS 1. BREIDING, TOM Unbroken Circle: Songs Of West Virginia Coalfields, The (Amerison) 2. COLL Best Of The Johnny Cash T.V. Show (Columbia Legacy) 3. DRIVE-BY TRUCKERS Brighter Than Creation's Dark (New West) 4. FALCO, ANDY Sentenced To Life With The Blues (Fgm) 5. BELLEVILLE OUTFIT, THE Wanderin' (Self Release)

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ITKIN, JON Big Gold Guitar In The Sky (Self Release) HERRING, CAROLINE Lantana (Signature Sounds) HAYSHAKER Black Holiday In Mexico City (Shut Eye) DAVIS, JASON Steppin' Out (Pinecastle) GOLDMINE PICKERS Lonesome Gone (Self Release)

HEAVY SHIT 1. SAVIOURS Into Abaddon (Kemado) 2. SAYYADINA Mourning The Unknown (Sound Pollution/Mcr) 3. NAPALM DEATH Punishment In Capitals (Eagle Rock Entertainment) 4. DISFEAR Live The Storm (Relapse) 5. DETHKLOK Dethalbum, The (Adult Swim) 6. LA PLEBE Hasta La Muerte! (Red Scare) 7. DEVIL AND THE SEA, THE Heart Vs. Spine (Acerbic Noise Development) 8. CATASTROPHIC Pathology Of Murder (Napalm America) 9. SEAN Bike Messengers Arent As Cool As They Think They Are (Blackhouse) 10. SKELETONWITCH Beyond The Permafrost (Prosthetic) RPM/ELECTRONICA 1. COLL Bippp - French Syth Wave 1979-85 (Everloving, Inc.) 2. MARINADA Analog Dog (Slusaj Najglasnije!) 3. COLL Disco Not Disco (Strut) 4. TURZI A (Kemado) 5. MIURA, YASUSHI Magnitude No.7 (Karidome) 6. ZENTROPIA Space Throne (None) 7. DAFT PUNK Alive 2007 (Virgin America) 8. CHILD PORNOGRAPHY She's Got Legs (Death Bomb Arc) 9. POIRIER, GHISLAIN No Ground Under (Ninja Tune) 10. RADIO FREE CLEAR LIGHT Live At Godspeed (Black Note Music) HUMMA HUMMA BABY! These things we like! Eccentric Soul: The Outskirts of Deep City Reviewed by Katie P. Serious soul and funk from the Deep City label and it's lesser-known subsidiaries. This is an amazing collection of funk and soul from the 1960's and 1970's out of Miami. The styles cover the range with songs that sound like poppy Motown to hard driving funk to sweet slow soul ballads and more. Something for everyone. Check out the extensive liner notes for more details. A few tracks do suffer from less than stellar sound quality, but on the whole they sound great. There are some serious killers on this compilation so don't sleep! Play it now!!! Perry, Lee "Scratch" - Chicken Scratch Reviewed by Sadie O. Very early ska cuts featuring Perry as singer, produced by Coxsone Dodd at Studio One. Some tracks have backing vocals by the Soulettes who feature Rita Marley, one track has the Wailers backing, and one has little-known (in the US) singers the Gaylads. Many tracks have sax solos by Roland Alphonso. Production and backing vocals show how non-professional much great Jamaican music of the 60's really was. Track 19 is manna from heaven, track 13 is great, all are great fun. Droppin' Science: Greatest Samples From The Blue Note Lab Reviewed by Fo Ten of the most frequently sampled rare-groove tracks from Blue Note's '60s/'70s catalog are compiled here; you'll recognize licks from A Tribe Called Quest, De La Soul, J Dilla, etc. (see liners for details). It's a mixed bag some of these tracks are obscure for a reason - but others kick ass, and it's always fun to play "spot the sample."

2008 Spring KZSU Program Guide  

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