Thursday, September 30, 2010

Eat My Country: Fred-ro-spective

A lover of engines, guitars, whiskey, makin' love and break'n up, hitchin' on trains, and packin' hay, Fred Eaglesmith has been putting out ablums since 80. With 18 albums under his belt and no 'best off Eaglesmith', here's a recommended listening.
Summer is Over
Pretty Girl
Do You Love Now
Some Roads
Ten Ton Chain
Gone to Long
Steel Guitar
Milly's Cafe
Ordinary Guy

Friday, September 24, 2010


Originally aired on June 27th, 2010 on Cjsr 88.5 fm in Edmonton. Ya'll best take cover cuz its all ratchets clackin' and hammers droppin'. The Uzi, the Tech, the Luger, the Glock, the Walter PPk, the Magnum and beats that buss a 'matic. Ranking B & Spooky Luk in the vault wit they gunfingas in the air

HHSOPB: Dis Town is Comin' Like a Ghost Town

Originally aired on June 13th, 2010 on CjSr 88.5 fm in Edmonton. DJ Spooky Luk & Ranking B spinnin' jams from England proper, Greece, Italy, France and much more. The end of Ethiopian Bisrat kicks off the first few minutes of the show for those of you that are in need of some Ethiopian news

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Pan-African Hour: Colours! (August 4, 2010)

Songs about colours! We did this kind of before with our show about green, red and black, but this show is more rainbow.
Burning Spear - Red, Gold & Green
Dennis Brown - Westbound Train
Boysie Grant with Eddie Brown and Calypso Clippers - Solas Market
Le Ry-Co Jazz - Blue Sugar
Mongo Santamaria - Afro Blue
Keletigui et Ses Tambourinis - Kadia Blues
I Roy - Blackman Time
Msomi and Amagugu - Emdlovana Zinkani (They are Stubborn in Greytown)
Rex Lawson and His Rivers Men - Yellow Sisi
Lilia Vera - Pajarillo Verde
Lord Composer & The Silver Seas Orchestra - Hill & Gully Ride, Mandeville Rd.

Pan-African Hour: North Africa (July 21, 2010)

Music from North Africa! Let David Lynch and Baldy One Nut guide you through music from, well, mostly Morocco and Algeria actually.
Les Orientales - Wayak
Amar El Achab - Istikhbar Zidan
Mahmoud Fadl - Masqoum
Essafi Abdelghani - Bay Bay
SOS Project - Hat
Devils Anvil - Wala Dai
Hamza El Din - Ashranda
Collectif - Bouyandi
Rachid Halihal - Kaftank Mahloul
Devils Anvil - Besaha

Monday, September 13, 2010

HHSOPB: Is that Akon I hear?

Originally aired on June 06, 2010 on Cjsr 88.5fm in Edmonton, AB. Spooky Luk & DJ Turnitup up in the booth, coolin' out to some hot beats. Some cross-continental collaborations to kick things off: Buba vs. Akon, & Damian Marley vs. Nas. Movin' on to Chile, France, and some helpful hip hop tips (?).

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Ol Favorites

Just some ol favorites of Edmon-Chuck and mine. We've played everything here on our shows before and will probably play it again... whoooohoooooooooooo!

Chris Isaak-Voodoo
United Steel Workers of Montreal-Glen Jones
The Sadies-Another Day Again
Conjunto Casino-Jinetes en el Cielo
Alan Lomax-St. James Hospital
Corb Lund-My Saddle Horse Has Died
Townes Van Zandt-St. John The Gambler
Corb Lund-No Roads Here
Alan Lomax-All The Pretty Little Horses
Clarence Ashley-Naomi Wise
Hobart Smith-Cuckoo BIrd
Bill Cornett-Pretty Polly
Leadbelly-Western Cowboy
Alan Mills Anti-Confederation Song
Lake Of Stew-Hey Bully
Washington Brown & Group-Hallelujah (lamb on the altar)

Fred Eaglesmith-I like trains
Neko Casse-Prison Girls

Eat My Country: Country Buddies

Thought country music was all just Texas Tits and John Wayne dicks? Richards that is. Listen to creamy country covers and original songs from Brazil, Japan, Romania, Cuba and beyond!

Stompin' Tom Conners-Back Yardin'
Noriel Vilela-16 Toneladas
Gnonnas Pedro-Dark as a Dungeon
Wilmouth Houdini-Blow Wind Blow
Kazyua Kosaka and the Wagon Master Wagon Master
Mme. Riviere's Hawaiians-E Mama Ea
Paulo Gaucho-Ballada De Allegrete
Lydia Mendoza-Paldia Luna
Fred Eaglesmith and the Flathead Noodlers-Mary Lane
Stompin' Tom Conners-Roll On, Saskatchewan
Jacob Hoffman & Kandal's Orchestra-Diona & Hora
Gil Dobrica-Hai Acasa
Sexteto Bolona-Te Prohibito el Cabaret
Paulo Gaucho-Canto Rosario
Unknown-Sorban Palid

Eat My Country: the who's who of trans folk

See with your ears...throw gender to the wind. Our favorites in ambiguous vocals and storytelling.
Also, an extra special LIVE in studio performance by April O'neil of the Swamp Sex Ninja Turtles.

Pairote- Tee Makhuea
Greechie WIley- The Last Kind Words
Corb Lund- Where is my soldier?
The United Steel Workers of Montreal- For Love and Your Mother\'s Sake
Ruth Rubin- Tonts, Tonts
Amedee Breaux Jolie Blonde
April Oneil- Sherlock Writes to Watson Part II
The Sadies- Milk and Scissors
Sonny Terry- Mountain Blues
Tim Buckley- Hallucinations
Bessie Jones and Group- O Death
Lulu Jackson- Careless Love
Vera Ward-Travelin' Shoes