Albums and All That, Starting with the letter F as in Foxtrot, Part 3


October 7th, 2020

1 hr 5 mins 42 secs

Season 5

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Lumbar [00:49]
"Day One"
The First and Last Days of Unwelcome
Southern Lord LORD 186 2013
Heaviness from Aaron Edge, Mike Scheidt of Yob, and the great Tad Doyle.

Roberta Flack [05:55]
"Hey, That's No Way to Say Goodbye"
First Take
Atlantic SD 8230 1969
Roberta Flack's debut album, featuring this great take on the Leonard Cohen song. Ron Carter plays bass joins her on bass, along with Bucky Pizzarelli on guitar and Ray Lucas on drums. Released in 1969, it made it to number 1 in... 1972 thanks to the inclusion of "First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" in the Clint Eastwood film Play Misty for Me.

The Hollies [10:04]
"Say It Ain't So Jo"
Five Three One - Double Seven O Four
Polydor 2442-160 1979
Hey, if it plays I'll play it. A very scritchedy scratchedy cover of Murray Head's single 1975. Yes, the album title spells out Hollies in caclulator-ese.

Thomas Dolby [13:34]
The Flat Earth
Capitol Records ST-12309 1984
This track made it to number 62 on the Hot 100 in 1984.

Fleetwood Mac [19:07]
"Say You Love Me"
Fleetwood Mac
Reprise MS 2225 1975
Sure it might be the season of the witch, but I'm feeling Christine a bit more at the moment. Maybe it's the banjo, I don't know. This song made it to number 11 on the Hot 100 in 1976. The album itself is multiplatinum. For those of you who need some Rhiannon in your life, check out S04E51.

Lene Lovich [23:17]
"The Night"
Stiff-Epic JE 36308 1980
A woman after my own heart. Lovich decided to record this Four Seasons number after picking up their single in a second hand shop.

Nadja [27:48]
Oaken Palace Records OAK-003 2013
From an album that donated all profits to the Whale and Dolphin Conservation.

Thee Oh Sees [38:10]
"Toe Cutter/Thumb Buster"
Floating Coffin
Castle Face CF-018 2013
A mighty fine groove. This is the last Oh Sees album to have Petey Dammit on guitar and Mike Shoun on drums.

Sonic Youth [41:42]
Homestead Records HMS047 1986
Kim Gordon laying it out. One of the last releases with orignal drummer Bob Bert.

Public Image Ltd [45:15]
"Flowers of Romance"
The Flowers of Romance
Warner Bros. Records BSK 3536 1981
Rhythmic explorations from John Lydon, Keith Levene, and Martin Atkins. Lydon plays percussion, violin, and sax on this track.

Jimmy Cliff [48:05]
"If I Follow My Mind"
Follow My Mind
Reprise Records RRC 2218 1975
I'm not sure my mind is a right mind, but I think this is an excellent song from the living legend.

The Rays [51:57]
Fonzie Favorites
Juke Box International TVLP-177602 1976
Huh, a creepy case of mistaken identity?

Picastro + Nadja [54:39]
"A New Soul's Benediction"
Fool, Redeemer
Broken Spine Productions BSP05 2011
A collaboration from up Toronto way with slowcore Picastro and ambient doom Nadja.

Rod Stewart [58:38]
"You're in My Heart (The Final Acclaim)"
Foot Loose & Fancy Free
Warner Bros. Records BSK 3092 1977
In which Rod compares you to his favoite football clun (Celtic Utd). I was going to go with Holland & Dozier's "You Keep Me Hangin' On" but it's nearly 8 goddamn minutes long. What the hell, dude?

Music behind the DJ: "Black Magic Woman" by Terry Baxter and Orchestra

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