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Fanatics! Is this fantastic or what?! We are back on the radio yet again and this one is going to rock! Last week, we had quite the esoteric affair, especially ending with Free Bird. Perhaps a KCRW first? Tonight, we change course and go on a charm offensive of our very own.

Fanatic Heidi M contributed the Gay Witch Abortion we play for you tonight. I had never heard of them, she kindly turned me onto them. Thank you, Ms. M. Chip Kinman's wife Lisa also asked if we could get a Dils track on the show. Not a problem.

If you check our starting track for hour two, you will see one of our more regular suspects, Jimi Hendrix. I did not have high hopes for the “new” Hendrix album the estate has recently released called People, Hell & Angels. The material ranges from the somewhat cool if you have never heard it before to the insulting to the fans money grab.

Tonight's version of “Hear My Train” is the same one that's on this album, but it's unedited and sounds better. It is pulled from one the ridiculous amount of Hendrix bootleg LPs and CDs I have accumulated over the years. I am tempted to do a bootleg version of this album so you can hear alt versions of almost every track on it. I wish I could recommend People, Hell & Angels but I can't. I am looking forward to hearing both U.S. and UK versions of Are You Experienced, recently re-released in mono on LP. I just got them and am looking forward to hearing how they sound.

After Jimi, we go all over the place and it's waves of pure greatness. Irene Moon into Art Tatum? That is SO working for me.

Get ready for a new Oh Sees album soon as well as a great release from Marnie Stern. Could that be coming out next week? I think it might be. I have been listening to Chronicles Of Marnia for awhile now, and it's great.

Look out in mid April for the Sun Ship Sessions of John Coltrane to come out. We will be all over this one. I have been checking out the new Stooges album, Ready To Die, and next week, we will be playing a track from it. This one hits on April, 30.

As you can see by looking at the list of tunes below, your ears are in good hands. Whoa!

Thanks for reading and STAY FANATIC!!!

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See Henry's tracklist below:

Hour 1

01. James Brown – Sex Machine / Revolution of the Mind

02. The Stooges – Down On The Street / Fun House

03. Aretha Franklin – See Saw / Atlantic Recordings

04. Minutemen – More Joy / Joy

05. Wire – Ex-Lion Tamer / Pink Flag

06. Black Sabbath – Behind The Wall Of Sleep / Black Sabbath

07. Gay Witch Abortion – Prison Charm / Opportunistic Smokescreen Behavior

08. The Weirdos – Helium Bar / Weird World: Volume 1

09. Black Tambourine – Throw Aggi Off The Bridge / Complete Recordings

10. Cabaret Voltaire – News From Nowhere / The Voice Of America

11. Boris – Les Paul Custom '86 / Attention Please

12. Tèshomè Meteku – Gara Ser Nèw Bétesh / Ethiopiques 1

13. The Dils – You're Not Blank / What? Stuff

14. Devo – Love is Stronger than Dirt / Recombo DNA

15. Rowland S. Howard – Nothin' / Pop Crimes

16. MAKE-UP – Untouchable Sound / I Want Some


Hour 2

01. Jimi Hendrix – Hear My Train A Comin' / Villanova Junction

02. Irene Moon – Daily Life / Triffles And True Trifles

03. Art Tatum – Get Happy / California Melodies

04. Serge Gainsbourg – Laissez Moi Tranquille / Couleur Café

05. The Sensational Whirlwinds – (Make Old) Satan Leave Me Alone / This May Be My Last Time Singing

06. The Clash – 1977 / Black Market Clash

07. Thee Oh Sees – Flash Bats / Warm Slime

08. Monty Python – Is There / Monty Python's Previous Record

09. CAN – On the Way to Mother Sky       / The Lost Tapes

10. Flin Flon – Black Bear / Black Bear EP

11. Dinosaur Jr – Been There All The Time / Beyond

12. Dwarr – Animals / Animals 

13. Los Dug Dug's – Lost In My World / Los Dug Dug's

14. Fidlar – 5 To 9 (clean) / Fidlar

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