16 September 2017 (Goodbye Grant Hart & More)

Too many epitaphs and tributes to start shows with these days, but what are you going to do? The great ones pass, that’s just how it works. We say goodbye to Grant Hart with a few classic Husker Du songs and then play other music. There was an unrelated Pre-Game Show that turned out well too. I present them both for you here.

Pre-Game Show

What’s This Called? Feature Program

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Pre-Game Show Playlist: Artist – “Musical Piece” – Album/Source

Hawkwind – “Welcome to the Future/Sonic Attack/Silver Machine” – Bring Me the Head of Yuri Gargarin;

Television – “Torn Curtain” – Marquee Moon;

Brian Eli Harold Crowl – “Valenzuela Rochembo” – Valenzuela Rochembo;

Childhood Friends – “The Happy Song” – Everything Is About to Change;

Future Sounds of London – “Lifeforms” – Lifeforms;

Temples – “A Question Is Answered” – Sun Structures;

Vashti Bunyan – “Feet of Clay” – Lookaftering;

Pere Ubu – “Street Waves (Live)” – One Man Drives While the Other Man Screams;

Feature ProgramPlaylist: Artist – “Musical Piece” – Album/Source

Hüsker Dü – “Makes No Sense At All” – Flip Your Wig;

Hüsker Dü – “Love Is All Around” – Single;

Husker Du – “Eight Miles High” – Single;

Hüsker Dü – “Don’t Want to Know If You Are Lonely” – Candy Apple Grey;

Crystal Castles – “Kerosene” – (III);

The For Carnation – “Get And Stay March” – Fight Songs;

Sonologyst – “System collapse” – Apocalypse;

Christopher DeLaurenti – “Use the Test Data” – Three Camels for Orchestra;

X A M B U C A – “Vapunatto” – Gestalt Screams from Imaginary People;

Sun Ra – “Worlds Approaching” – Strange Strings;

Cat Power – “Free” – Free;

Tame Impala – “Reality in Motion” – Currents;

Doug Theriault & Bryan Eubanks – “A Majestic (edit)” – Big Clouds in the Sky Today;

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About Ricardo Wang

I began doing Public/Community/College radio at KUGS FM in Bellingham, WA in 1985 and was there until 1987. I spent 10 years at KAOS FM in Olympia, WA from 1993-2003 including a one year stint as Music Director. During that entire time, I did the What's This Called? program, at times for as long as 6 hours in a single night! I've been doing the show at KPSU since 2005 and they will have to pry it from my cold dead hands to get me to stop. I started the Olympia Experimental Music Festival in 1995 and have been playing music off and on in the Dead Air Fresheners since 1997. I'm thrilled to be on the air and the internet at KPSU and part of such an exciting community of creative folks.

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