13 January 2018 (What’s This Capricorn?)

Experimental, noise, drone, post-punk, offbeat and weird music from artists of a goatly persuasion.

Your host Ricardo Wang was born on the same day as highly successful radio personalities Rush Limbaugh and Howard Stern, which ought to be enough to make him disclaim all astrological notions. However, he has instead chosen to atone rather than deny, presenting a set of great Capricorn musicians (including several others born on January 12th!) playing strange songs of celestial longitude.

LISTEN TO THE 1ST HOUR HERE!

LISTEN TO THE 2ND HOUR HERE!

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PLAYLIST: Artist – “Song/Piece” – Album/Source: 

Einsturzende Neubauten – “Autobahn (extended version)” – The Wind-up Tape; 

Ronald Shannon Jackson – “Spanking” – Mandance; 

Morton Feldman – “Coptic Light” – Registrazione Live, 23 Ottobre 1998;

Capricorn 12 – “But Then the Roof Caved In” – single; 

The Slits – “Instant Hit” – Cut; 

Merzbow – “Minus Zero” – Merzbox; 

Bill Horist – “Solo Union Station” – 9-18-11; 

Max Roach – “The Third Eye (drum solo)” – Drummerworld; 

David Bowie – “Blackstar” – Blackstar;

Shirley Bassey – “Till the Moon Deserts the Sky” – single;

Elk Minister – “Synthetic Human” – Capricorn; 

Motörhead – “Capricorn” – Overkill; 

Alex Chilton – “What’s Your Sign Girl?” – A Man Called Destruction;

Mutabaruka – “Haiti” – Melanin Man;

Yellowman – “Zungguzungguguzungguzeng” – Zungguzungguguzungguzeng;

Andy Summers & Robert Fripp – “Girl on a Swing” – I Advance Masked;

Joan Baez – “Diamonds and Rust” – Diamonds and Rust; 

Adrian Belew – “Lone Rhinoceros” – The Acoustic Adrian Belew, Vol.1;

Sandy Denny & the Strawbs – “Who Knows Where the Time Goes?” – All Our Own Work

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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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