Clear your schedule and settle in for nice long listen as FTB#129 reveals a dense, overfilled cup of musical love, spilling over the edge with glorious sonic delight. Art Damage returns with more Trash & Vaudeville and an important announcement, we celebrate Dave Mason’s 75th birthday with a romp through our extensive vault of rarities and while in there also uncover some rare concert footage from Tom Waits for another portion of this twisting, revolving program. The massive 50th Anniversary deluxe “Deja Vu” album from CSNY gets plopped on the screening turntables and certified as an essential library addition and Alex Chilton enlists the Hi Rhythm Section for a never released set of classic Soul covers that have been rescued from obscurity by our favorite U.S. record company, Omnivore and they have a wonderful concert recording celebrating the Winston-Salem sound of The dB’s, Mitch Easter, Chris Stamey and more gather for Yesterday's Tomorrow- Celebrating the Winston-Salem Sound. Thanks to Dan Aurebach, legendary songwriter and Swamp Music originator Tony Joe White gets a new release from beyond the grave. There are new things from Death Cab For Cutie, St. Vincent, Maia Sharp, Girl In Red, Modest Mouse, James Mastro and Bobby Gillespie & Jehnny Beth and we make sure to give Lloyd Price a proper send off. The menu contains everything from Wild Man Fischer and Miles Davis to The Spinners. Thank you all for the continuous financial love displayed at https://paypal.me/pools/c/8beKwFWlHR and for listening and keeping in touch.
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