Playlist of The Kitchen Bang Bang Law, broadcast 14 Nov 17 on CKUT FM

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First set

The Chieftains: Celtic Wedding

Second set

Jeanne Moreau: J’ai la memoire qui flanche
Bob Dylan: On The Road Again (take 1, complete)
Neil Young: Hitchhiker
Crosby, Stills & Nash: Urge For Going (outtake 22 Jun 71)
Jackson Browne: Under The Falling Sky
Linda Ronstadt: Sail Away
McGarrigle Sisters: Heart Like a Wheel (demo)
David Amram: Neon Casbah
The Archies: Suddenly Susan
Malachi Vale: Beggar Louise
Ben E. King: Amor
Rotary Connection: Soul Man
Pied Pumkin: You Can Change The World (live at SFU)

Third set

Frankie Laine: Moonlight Gambler
Duane Eddy: Long Lonely Days of Winter
Elfin Saddle: Kiboho
Joan Baez: Te Recuerdo Amanda
Art Garfunkel: I Shall Sing
Willie Nelson: To Make a Long Story Short (She’s Gone)
No Museums: The Sweater You Wear
The Cowsills: The Rain, The Park and Other Things (mono mix)
Joe Cocker: Bird on The Wire
Kris Kristofferson: Shadows of Her Mind (outtake 1970)
Fotheringay: Winter Winds (alternate take)
Communism: Dr. Feelbad
Allen Ginsberg: Guru Blues

Last song

Esmerine: La Plume des Armes

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Playlist of The Kitchen Bang Bang Law, broadcast 7 Nov 17 on CKUT FM

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First set

Sun Ra and his Arkestra: Pink Elephants on Parade
Harry Nilsson: Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah
Rita Marley: One Draw (12″ single)

Second set

Heaven 17: Play to Win (12″ single)
King Crimson: Sleepless (12″ Bob Clearmountain mix)
Blue Hawaii: Pregame / Versus Game
Bangles: Walk Like an Egyptian (Dub Mix)
Alvvays: Dreams Tonight
Spear of Destiny: Land of Shame (the 12″ mix)
Cold Specks: Ancient Habits
AGF & Craig Armstrong: I Opened My Eyes

Third set

Interview with Kathy Kennedy on Leonard Cohen tributes
Philip Glass & Leonard Cohen: I Don’t Have The Proof
Roberta Flack: Suzanne
Traffic: 40,000 Headmen (July 1971)
Mecca Normal: 1922
St. Vincent: Los Ageless (acoustic, BBC session Maida Vale 17 Oct 17)
Paley Brothers: Down The Line
Deerhoof: Come Down Here and Say That (feat. Laetitia Sadier)
EMA: I Wanna Destroy
Singers & Players: Autobiography (Dread Operator)

Last song

Destroyer: Skies Grey

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Playlist of The Kitchen Bang Bang Law, broadcast 31 Oct 17 on CKUT FM

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Cartoon by Hugh Orr, February 1983.

Nuclear War theme – first set

Sun Ra: Nuclear War
William S. Burroughs: Twilight’s Last Gleaming (pt. 1)
USAF SFX: Nuclear explosion
WSB: Twilight’s Last Gleaming (pt. 2)

Nuclear War theme – second set

Courage of Lassie: Hiroshima
Smiths: Ask
Sally Timms: Bomb
Butthole Surfers: Moving To Florida
Stranglers: Nuclear Device
Minutemen: History Lesson
Nina Hagen: Atomic Flash Deluxe
Hugh: Ladies and Gentlemen
Klaus Nomi: Total Eclipse
John Giorno: Berlin & Chernobyl
Clash: London Calling
Parachute Club: Alienation

Nuclear War theme – third set

Yo La Tengo: Nuclear War
Anne Waldman: Uh-Oh Plutonium
Material & WSB: Soul Killer

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Performance artist Victoria Stanton checks in with her monthly report about Resting, Walking, Place-Making: The Invisible, Liminal Spaces in Art, hosted through the Department of Integrated Studies in Education in the Faculty of Education at McGill University.

Last set

Blue Hawaii: No One Like You
Deerhoof: I Will Spite Survive (ft. Jenn Wasner)

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Playlist of The Kitchen Bang Bang Law, broadcast 24 Oct 17 on CKUT FM (funding drive edition)

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First set

No Means No: Paradise
Commentary from ‘In From the Cold’, broadcast on CKUT 22 Dec 87
Images in Vogue: Breaking Up
Commentary by Vince & Victoria

Second set

CKUT FM 1987-88 clips: Molotov Cocktail station ID / Molson Export ad / American Rock Café ad
Deja Voodoo: I Wanna Come Back From the World of LSD
Commentary by Vince & Victoria
CKUT FM 1988 clip: Le Rock ad feat. Flipped Out
Commentary by Vince & Victoria
Mecca Normal: Strong White Male
Commentary by Vince & Victoria
CKUT FM 1988 clips: Peel Pub ad / American Rock Café ad / Danielle Dax station ID
Danielle Dax: Funtime
CKUT FM 1988 clips: Decollage Horaire ad / CKUT FM PSAs / L’Echange ad / Sun Life insurance ad / Bistro Bar Le Tycoon ad / Foufounes Electriques ad 1 / The Directory extro / Foufounes Electriques ad 2
Commentary by Vince & Victoria
The Smiths: Girlfriend in a Coma

Third set

Commentary by Vince & Victoria
CKUT FM early 1990s clips: Headcheese promo / Buddy Cole promo for Queercorps / L’Androgyne Bookstore promo for Queercorps / NCRA promo / McGill Daily promo / Dogface Hermans station ID
Dogfaced Hermans: Balloon Girl
Commentary by Vince & Victoria
CKUT FM mid-1990s clips: Ian Stephens book launch promo / Sex FM promo
Sonic Youth: Contre le sexisme
Commentary by Vince & Victoria
CKUT FM mid-1990s clips: Victorious & Invincible promo / ‘Today’s Headlines’
Commentary by Vince & Victoria
Sloan: The Good in Everyone
Commentary by Vince & Victoria
CKUT FM clip 5 Nov 02: Victorious & Invincible commentary
Julie Doiron: Tell You Again
CKUT FM clip 19 Jul 05: Victorious & Invincible anniversary promo
Commentary by Vince & Victoria

Last song

Cornershop: Keep On The Left Side

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Playlist of The Kitchen Bang Bang Law, broadcast 17 Oct 17 on CKUT FM

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First set

Pink Floyd: Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Wembley Stadium 16 Nov 74)

Second set

Velvet Underground: We’re Gonna Have A Real Good Time Together (Matrix Nov. 1969)
Eugene Chadbourne: Today’s Gun Permits / Hit on a Bubble
Mecca Normal: What About the Boy (Yo Yo Festival 2001)
Dogfaced Hermans: Mary Houdini
Jale: Brother (live)
Yoko Ono: What A Mess
Elvis Costello: Stranger in the House (Peel session 23 Oct 78)
Laetitia Sadier: The Rule of the Game
Respectful Child: Time
Allen Ginsberg: Gospel Noble Truths

Third set

Pink Floyd: Paintbox
Alvvays: In the Undertow
Arthur Russell: See Through
Blue Hawai’i: Free At Last
Broadcast & The Focus Group: Royal Chant
Psychedelic Furs: Imitation of Christ (Radio One session 25 Jul 79)
Xiu Xiu: Little Panda McElroy (b)
Cold Specks: Solid
Neutral Milk Hotel: A Baby for Pree
Owen Pallett: The Phone Call
Cheer-Accident: Immanence
The Minutemen: Search
Jenny Hval: Angels and Anaemia
Fotheringay: The Way I Feel (original version)

Last song

Miriador: Portrait Robot

 

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the kitchen bang bang law FUNDING DRIVE show 2017 is coming!

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CKUT’s 2017 annual funding drive, celebrating 30 Resounding Years of kick-ass radio, starts on October 19. I hope that you might consider pledging a few dollars to my radio show, which airs on October 24 this year.

I’m proud to have been part of CKUT FM since its inception as an FM campus-community radio station in November 1987. When CKUT launched in 1987, I was doing a show called In From The Cold, and in 1988 I had a theme program called This Show Is History. I have been on-air at CKUT every Tuesday from noon to 2 p.m. since 1995, spinning tunes and interviewing guests from the cultural communities of Montreal and beyond. I also devoted a year of my life to the CKUT library (back in the 1990s), put in a couple of years on the Steering Committee (2009-2011), and pitched in with volunteer library work (this year).

I’ve always been proud to be part of a community that isn’t about making a profit. Instead, CKUT FM is about consciousness-raising, 24/7, 365 days a year. Playing the music you love, carrying news and information you won’t hear anywhere else – on the topic of social justice, human rights, environmental activism, gender equality, you name it. We do it all on a shoestring budget, so when we come calling for your help during our funding drive, you know we really need it.

My radio show, The Kitchen Bang Bang Law, is about cutting-edge culture. It’s about dreaming beyond the barriers of cynical ‘common sense’ through radical sonic art forms, be they the working blues of the 20s or the avante garde drone of today. I program thematic segments that span all genres and styles of music, breaking down boundaries and (hopefully) opening minds.

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Playlist of The Kitchen Bang Bang Law, broadcast 10 Oct 17 on CKUT FM

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First set

Hüsker Dü: Reoccurring Dreams

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Hüsker Dü set in memory of Grant Hart

Wheels
Hare KRSNA
Pink Turns to Blue
Turn on The News
Every Everything (Spin Radio Concert 28 Aug 85)
Never Talking to You Again
If I Told You (Spin Radio Concert 28 Aug 85)
Girl Who Lives on Heaven Hill
Terms of Psychic Warfare
Books About UFOs
Green Eyes
Every Everything
Don’t Want to Know if You Are Lonely
Sorry Somehow
Actual Condition
These Important Years
She Floated Away
It’s Not Funny Anymore (Montreal 14 Oct 87)

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Third set

DOA: Smash The State
Mecca Normal: More More More
No Means No: Sex Mad
Propaghandi: Things I Like
Miriador: Transit de nuit à Jakarta
Soul Jazz Orchestra: Is yeelyel
Pierre Kwenders: La La Love
Blue Hawai’i: Free At Last
Cold Specks: Wild Card
EMA: Breathalyzer
Deerhoof: Con Sordino
Cheer-Accident: More and Less

Last song

Moths and Locusts: Strange Space

 

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