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Clam Radio playlist for 06/04/2009

ArtistTitleAlbum (* = New Release)Label
Steely DanBarrytownPretzel LogicMCA
The MonkeesYou Just May Be The OneMonkees AnthologyRhino
Brian RiveraOh Willy Oh WhyIt's Out There Feeding On Itselff/x
Susan DeVitaSomething GoodSomething Good-
Paul SimonThink Too Much (A)Hearts And BonesWarner Bros.
George HarrisonThe Art Of DyingAll Things Must PassApple
Elton JohnPinkyCaribouMCA
TabaccoThe Eyes Of Mars8 Trackologyf/x
Stevie WonderI Am SingingSongs In The Key Of LifeMotown
Frank ZappaYo' MamaSheik YerboutiZappa Records
Anthony BraxtonComposition 173Composition 173Mosaic Records
Anthony BraxtonComposition 195Composition 195Mosaic Records
Anthony BraxtonComposition N. 169Composition N. 169Mosaic Records
Dynasty ElectricCloser ContactBurning*CDbaby
Fischer, SpoonerThe Best RevengeEntertainment*
Anthony BraxtonComposition 94Composition 94Mosaic Records
Oliver NelsonReuben's RondoThe Skull Sessions
Jeneane ClapsModernaireA Moment Of Time-
Paul Michael BarkanLydian SongNo Wiriting On The SignsPsytech Records
George HarrisonWhen We Wuz FabCloud NineDark Horse Warner Bros.
Gian DiMauroSlip ItBack On Solid FoodsSonic Underground
Johnny Guitar WatsonA Real Mother For YaThe Very Best Of JGWCollectibles
John TabaccoA Pinyole Harp MomentSuburban Hermit*f/x
Randy NewmanThe Great Nations Of The Worl30 Years Of Randy NewmanWarner Bros.
Captain BeefheartThe Floppy Boot StompShiny BeastVirgin
Ja'net DuBoisMovin' On UpTV Themes Of The 70'sTV Toons

The show opens with 37 minutes of songs relying heavily on "A" chords. Then, a small Anthony Braxton birthday celebration ensues followed by various songs from some new comers. Meanwhile,a bunch of frustration is continually revealed as CD player 1 refuses to play automatically and my ipod decides to stop playing for no good reason. Laura Tabacco drops by and gives me friendly advice about getting one's blood pressure checked.