|track artist, song-label, format|
| 01 Kenichi
Enomoto, Floating Music-Universal, CD
02 Kenichi Enomoto, Softly Speaking-Universal, CD
- break 4:09 pm
03 Unknown Japanese Artist
04 Richmond Fontaine, Made In Japan
- break - Eric Lowe of Local 33 Interview
05 Eric Lowe, Hold Your Own-Live in studio
06 Eric Lowe, Jesus-Live in studio
- break 4:30 pm
07 Local 33, Austin Way-Steel Toe, CD
- break 4:37 pm
08 Calexico, Across The Wire
- break 4:44 pm
09 Bruce Springsteen, Across The Border-Columbia, CD
10 Calexico, Guero Clana
11 Jim Eanes & the Shenandoah Valley Boys, In A Little Little Spanish Resturant-Bear, CD
- break 5:00 pm
12 Bob Dylan, Hero Blues-Spank, CD
13 Bill Boyd's Cowboy Ramblers, Spanish Fandango-RCA, LP
14 Willis Alan Ramsey, Northeast Texas Women-Shelter, LP (1972)
- break 5:14 pm
15 Bill Boyd
16 Magnolia Electric Co., Leave The City
17 Los Straitjacks, Maroboro Country
18 Dave Allan & The Arrows, Scratchy-Sundazed, CD
19 Calexico, My Little Black A
- break 5:34 pm
20 Tracker, The Flurry Part 2-FILMguerrero, CD (new)
21 Richmond Fontaine, Exit 194b-CD
22 Tom Rush, Moles Moan-Prestige Records, Lp
23 John Fahey, Yes Jesus Loves Me-Takoma, LP
- break 5:52 pm
24 Tom Rush, Moles Moan-Prestige Records, LP
25 Hank Williams, Just Waitin'- Proper, CD
edgys had me leary if this show would ever jell. I imagined listeners were
baffled as tonight's first set actualized a continuation of Japanese music.
It was just Ukulele Loki reminising his recent trip to Japan where he somehow
found a great record emporium selling super clean 78s. Uncle Jeff was intreged
by the Japanese cover art while simutanously searching his bag for some
way to make a musical link.
Meanwhile Eric Lowe warmed up his Guild D25 in the hallway. As Richmond Fontaine's cover of, "Made in Japan" played Eric slipped into the studio, took a seat and pel mel the interview began. Eric is a confident musician and lead man for the band Local 33. Local 33's first full length CD, "Hearts That Bend," has been in the works for about 2 years and will be released this Saturday, April 9 at Benders Tavern, then available in stores the following Monday. Eric played acoustic versions of, "Hold Your Own" and "Jesus," which conveyed the beautiful simplicity of the electric CD versions.
Uncle Jeff seemed possessed by tombstone vigilantes, spotlight nightsticks, oil derricks and the smell of Texas propane lingering in his luggage. Somewhere mid-show I recall a strange moment of sad silence pondering the, "generation of no records."
Get ready for Magnolia Electric Co. 4/23 at the Larimer Lounge and the Drive By Truckers April 15&16 at the Fox Theatre. Also worth seeing, Dead Meadow 4/21 at the Larimer Lounge and Sir Richard Bishop (locale ?).
Post show drinks/dinner served up by the always intriguing Dee.