[Every Sunday from 8 to 10 p.m., Henry Rollins brings an exclusive mix of songs old and new to listeners at 89.9 FM, KCRW. Visit KCRW.com for more information and to stream his show online, or peruse the Radio Notes archives to see past playlists.]


Fanatic! Here it is, once again, another two hours of great warm weather listening.

I have all the records I got at RSD 2015 but have not yet had the time to check them out. The two Iggy records and the two Sun Ra’s are up first for sure.

I don’t like having to assign time to listen to records, but when things get busy, I find that is exactly what I have to do. It’s usually at night when things slow down and I can concentrate. I try to make a list of everything I listen to in the order I hear it, so I can always go back to a particular night and zero in on anything that was especially great and also if it’s something we should put on the show. It’s a good way to make sure you’re listening to enough music, as if that’s possible.

Teresa from Le Butcherettes sent me a copy of her new album. I have listened three times now and it’s fantastic. I don’t know when she’s putting it out or who will do it, but I have to think it will be this year. When I know more, so shall you.

Cool HTRK releases and re-releases. Here is where to go for info: https://ghostly.com/artists/HTRK. We have another track from the Body Lotion EP on the show. Next week, we’ll rock a track from one of their harder-to-find releases.

Hedersleben, featuring the mighty Nicky Garratt of the U.K. Subs, is playing in Southern California all this weekend. If you’re reading these notes early, you can perhaps check them out.

Here is venue info: https://www.facebook.com/HederslebenBand

Here is a cool live show of them with Captain Sensible:

We will finish tonight’s show with as much of their track “Zu Den Neun Welten” as we can fit in.

We hope you enjoy the music. Next week’s show is already underway. This radio show is relentless. It is never out of my thoughts for very long.

Thanks for listening and STAY FANATIC!!!
— Henry

Hour 1
01. The Saints – (I'm) Stranded / (I'm) Stranded
02. The Willows (& Wolfman Jack) – Church Bells May Ring / Howlin' On The Air
03. Metal Boys – Cafe Sale / Tokio Airport
04. HTRK – Sugar / Body Lotion EP
05. King Tubby & Friends – Hold Them In Dub / Dub Gone Crazy
06. Amanaz – I Am Very Far / Africa (reverb version)
07. David Bowie – Queen Bitch / Hunky Dory
08. The Fall – Pledge / Sub-Lingual Tablet (CD version)
09. Saccharine Trust – We Don't Need Freedom / Paganicons
10. Iggy & Peaches – Rock Show / Skull Ring
11. Tredici Bacci – Regazzi / Thirteen Kisses
12. Stick Insect – Insect / Circular Scratch
13. Rites of Spring – Deeper Than Inside / End On End
14. The Cramps – The Way I Walk (NYC 8-18-79 / Coast to Coast
15. Johnny Thunders & The Heartbreakers – Get Off The Phone / LAMF
16. Silver Apples – I Have Known Love / Contact

Hour 2
01. Jimi Hendrix – All Along The Watchtower / Naked Ladyland
02. Bob Dylan – All Along The Watchtower (mono) / Best of the Mono Recordings
03. The Stargazer's Assistant – Shivers and Voids / Shivers and Voids
04. Black Tambourine – By Tomorrow / Complete Recordings
05. Foots Dobie Red – Hollers / Don'tcha Hear Poor Mother Calling?
06. Sinn Sisamouth & Meas Samon – Three Gentlemen / Cambodian Rocks
07. Slim Gaillard – Soony Roony (Song Of Yxabat) / Laughing In Rhythm
08. The Rondelles – Distraction / Fiction Romance Fast Machines
09. Pere Ubu – Misery Goats / The Art of Walking
10. White Fence – Actor / For the Recently Found Innocent
11. Ty Segall & Mikal Cronin / High School Reverse Shark Attack
12. Unrest – Six Layer Cake / Perfect Teeth
13. The Aquarium – Battle Of The Bands / single
14. Ex Hex – Radio On / Rips
15. Romania – We're On The Radio / Remodel
16. The Warmers – Poked It With A Stick / The Warmers
17. Hedersleben – Zu Den Neun Welten / Die Nuen Welten

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