Radio Free Aquarium Drunkard On Dublab :: September 2022

Radio Free Aquarium Drunkard, every third Sunday on dublab. Up first on our four-hour broadcast, Chad DePasquale’s New Happy Gathering, drifting between the seasons with folk, country, ambient & rock. Then, Jason P. Woodbury takes over with Range and Basin, with comic book free jazz, avant-western and ecstatic gospels. Then, Tyler Wilcox pops in Doom and Gloom from the Tomb, with a bunch of solo acoustic Takoma School situations—mostly new-ish stuff, but some dips into the past. Then to close, Tom Scharpling of The Best Show presents The Best Drunk Aquarium Show. Tune in Sunday, September 18 from 4-8 PM PST on dublab.

New Happy Gathering with Chad DePasquale: David Darling & The Wulu Bunun, “Ku-Isa Tama Laug” ++ Fleetwood Mac, “What Makes You Think You’re The One” ++ Bridget St John, “Some Kind of Beautiful” ++ Sanullim, “Likely Late Summer” ++ Blondie, “The Disco Song (1974 Session)” ++ Allah-Las, “Houston” ++ Phil Cook, “Bicycle Kids” ++ Group Listening, “Y Cwsg” ++ Sam Wilkes & Jacob Mann, “Siri, How Do I Know If I Have Commitment Issues” ++ Ernest Hood, “Bedroom of the Absent Child” ++ Horse Lords, “Mess Mend” ++ Lou Reed, “This Magic Moment” ++ Yo La Tengo, “Shades of Blue” ++ Amen Dunes, “Lilac in Hand” ++ Fleetwood Mac, “Walk A Thin Line (Demo)” ++ Misha Panfilov, “Baltica Calls Me” ++ Chris Darrow, “Take Good Care of Yourself”

Range and Basin with Jason P. Woodbury: Michael Krassner & The Basineers, “Theme From Range and Basin” ++ Gloria de Oliverira and Dean Hurley, “All Flowers in Time” ++ Crieslol, “Misery Train” ++ Belbury Poly, “Wildspot” ++ Pink Mountaintops, “Nikki Go Sudden” ++ Ikue Mori with Robert Quine and Marc Ribot, “El Dorado” ++ Michael Nesmith, “Tomorrow and Me” (Live) ++ Brian Harnetty, “A Feast of Liberation” ++ Yves Jarvis, “On the Line” ++ June McDoom, “Stone After Stone” ++ D.R. Hooker, “The Bible” ++ Gregg Bendian, “Primorial Ink” (Featuring Jack Kirby) ++  Sun Ra Arkestra, “Chopin” ++ Joyce Street, “Backstreets of Your City” 

Doom and Gloom From The Tomb with Tyler Wilcox: Matthew Rolin, “Fourth Street” ++ Moon Bros, “Honeysuckle Rose III” ++ Jack Rose, “C Raga” ++ Marc Emory, “Slow Evening” ++ Ben Chasny, “The Many Face of Stone” ++ Joseph Allred, “Sweetocrn Ramble” ++ Jon Camp, “Beyond Alms” ++ Cameron Knowler, “Old Grimes” ++ Rob Noyes, “Absolutely Still” ++ Russell Potter, “Blue Wind Boy” ++ Kinloch Nelson, ” Pearl St.” ++ Jeremy Frindel, “Whispers of the Dreaming Tree” ++ Danny Paul Grody, “Clearing” ++ Myriam Gendron, “Not So Deep As a Well” ++ Daniel Bachman, “Amazing Grace”

The Best Drunk Aquarium Show with Tom Scharpling: Dredd Foole and the Din, “Not the Same” ++ Black Mountain, “Wucan” ++ Can, “Outside My Door” ++ Barbara Manning (with Flophouse), “B4 We Go Under” ++ Fleetwood Mac, “Lindsey’s Song #3” ++ Elope, “Anyone” ++ Lana Del Rey “Mariner’s Apartment Complex” ++ The Monkees “As We Go Along” ++ Destroyer “The Last Song” ++ Blue Oyster Cult, “Then Came the Last Days Of May” ++ Hailu Mergia, “Tche Belew” ++ Pretty Things, “Talkin’ About the Good Times” ++ Ty Segall and Mikal Cronin, “Take Up Thy Stethoscope and Walk” ++ King Crimson “Epitaph” ++ Tracy Thorn, “Goodbye Joe” 

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