Friday, February 26, 2010

Pan-African Hour: Brazil (Jan 27 2010)

This show is hosted by Sasparilla and DJ Leslie Crusher (though we probably have different names). Leslie made all the picks, and gives us a taste of Brazilian music from late 60's Tropicalia to 80's synth-pop.

Pan-African Hour: Mali (Jan 20 2010)

Some of our favorite music artists from Mali, including: Ali Farka Toure, Afel Bocoum, Toumani Diabate, Tinariwen, and more...

Eat My Country- Standards

Listen to the same (good) song twice. What a dream! Check out some sweet country standards done in the style of reggae, psych, and fucked up groaning blues. West Jamaica, mountain momma.

The Sadies-Dyin' is easy
Toots and The Maytals-Take Me Home Country Roads
Marlene Webber-Stand By Your Man
Jimmy London-It's Now Or Never
The Sadies-Pretty Polly
Bill Cornet-Pretty Polly
Bill Cornet-John Henry
Doo Rag-John Henry
Hobart Smith-Cuckoo Bird
Dink Roberts-Coo Coo Bird
The Carter Family-John Hardy Was A Desperate Little Man
Silver Apples-John Hardy
Roscoe Holcom- Cripple Creek
Hobart Smith-Cripple Creek
Townes Van Zandt-Dollar Bill Blues
Corb Lund-Five Dollar Blues
Lead Belly-Western Cowboy
Percy Sledge-Western Cowboy
The Sadies-Tell Her Lies And Feed Her Candy

Eat My Country- Songs of Labour

Listen to (edmon)Chuck go into labour live on air- a radio remake of the movie 'Junior'. Also hear songs of work: union-mobilizing-workin' in the field-saying no to the man- songs.

The Sadies- Dying Is Easy
The United Steel Workers of Montreal- Rise Up
Woody Guthrie- Union Burying Ground
The United Steel Workers of Montreal- Union Man
Leonard Cohen-Master Song
Bob Dylan-No More Auction Block
Joseph Johnson and Group- Fallin' Down
Steve Earle & The Del McCoury Band- The Graveyard Shift
Corb Lund-Roughest Neck in Town
Karaxu-Carta a Mi Companero
Isabelle y Angel Parrra Decimas-Venezolanas
Billy Bragg-Joe Hill

Friday, February 19, 2010

Pan-African Hour: North Africa (Jan 13 2010)

Music from North Africa (Morocco, Algeria, and Egypt), including a 19 minute song! You gotta hear it to believe it!

Pan-African Hour: African Blues

Jan 6, 2009. African blues and bluesy African music.

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Eat My Country- Drinkin'

Songs about, in favor of, or lamenting the drink.
(All you have to do is get through the zombie news)

The Sadies-Dying is Easy
Townes Van Zandt-Wild Crazy Things
Calexico- Corona
Corb Lund-Time to Switch to Whiskey
mmmmmBERTA!-60 Gallons of Whiskey
Woody Guthrie- Rye Whiskey
Hasil Adkins- Drinking My Life Away
Neko Case- Widow's Toast
United Steel Workers of Montreal- Glen Jones
Joe Thompson and Odell Thompson- Little Brown Jug
The Sadies-Its Nothing to Me
Carolyn Mark & The New Best Friends-2 days Smug and Sober
Dink Roberts-Old Corn Liquor
The Handsome Family- So Much Wine
Corb Lund- Shine Up My Boots
United Steel Workers of Montreal- Son, Your Daddy Was Bad

Eat My Country- Rock-a-"Belly"

Have a wild hour with the love child of Rock n' Roll and Hillbilly!

Elvis Presley- blue moon of kentucky
The Crew- why did you leave me baby?
Doo Rag- train i ride
Legendary Stardust Cowboy-paralyzed
Slim Sandy-how come it
Johnny Horton-first train headed south
Hasil adkins- chocolate milk honeymoon
The Cramps- blue moon baby
The Misfits-american nightmare
Black Lips- cold hands
Shadowy Men on a Shadowy Planet- egypt texas
Dynatones- fender rock
King Khan and BBQ Show- anala
Wanda Jackson-i wanna party
Demon's Claws-blood on my fangs
Big Brother and The Holding Company- coo coo bird

Eat My Country- Spiritual Country

Go to church... or listen to some godly country! Saddle up!

The Sadies- Dyin' Is Easy
Wanda Jackson- Happy Happy Birthday
Hobart Smith and Bessie Jones- That Suites Me
The Carter Family- Hello Central! Give me Heaven
The Country Gentleman- Standing in the need of prayere
Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs and the foggy mountian boys- God loves his children
Bob Dylan- Wicked Messenger
Hobart Smith- Heaven's Airplane
Roscoe Holcomb- Wayfairing Stranger
Neko Case- Hold On, Hold On
The Sadies- I Tried Not To
Corb Lund- Brother Brigham Brother Young
United Steel Workers of Monteal- Jesus Sweat
Townes Van Zandt- St.John The Gambler
Woody Guthrie- We Shall Be Free
Hobart Smith- Wayfairing Stranger
Roscoe Holcomb-Graveyard Blues

Sunday, February 14, 2010

HHSOPB: Check Out We Vocab!

Post Party hangovers make it onto the radio on this episode aired Dec.27th, 2009. Last show of the year, gots some classic Canadian rap, Sudanese slow jams, and a showcase of Aussie hotties

HHSOPB: Santa's on the Mic

Pre christmas show aired Dec.20, featuring special guest DJ Sasparilla from the Pan African Hour in Montreal. Droppin raps from around the globe like Santa drops gifts from his sac, including Canada, Haiti, Argentina, The Phillipines and more.

HHSOPB: Thats My Ghetto Too...

Originally aired Dec.13th, 2009. Featuring hiphop from Sweden, Croatia, CAnada, Spain Barbados, and France.

HHSOPB: Three DJ's, Two Turntables, One Mic

Part 1 of a special two hour episode of Hip Hop Spread On Planet Bread, aired Dec.6, 2009. This episode features special guest dj DJ Waat.

Thursday, February 4, 2010

HHSOPB hanging 'round the can

How did we forget to put up this episode? Straight from october 25, some can-con, Italy raps, Mexican Gangsta's, Polish banga's , SA, SK, Tanzania and Norway crowdin up the place.

Monday, February 1, 2010

HHSOPB: Jugglin Tings like a 3 ring circus

Last show in November (29th), kicked off with some ethiopian music from the show before us, and followed by Rankin B jockeyin' discs on his lonesome & jugglin tings proper through Morocco, Burkina Faso, Azania, UK, France, China, Japan, Canada and Mexico