KCRW BROADCAST #102 for Saturday, Feb. 19.

Fanatics! Tonight we say happy birthday to one Tony Iommi, guitarist for the mighty Black Sabbath! We start each hour with a track featuring the giant axeman's greatness.

If you look over our list of tracks for tonight, you will see that we have all kinds of great jams. NEW J. MASCIS. Oh yes, y'all, it's happening. New J solo record called Several Shades Of Why on Sub Pop, to be released on March 15. Megan over at the label kindly sent me a download of the album so we could play tracks on our show. Tonight's track features backup vocals by Ben Bridwell (Band of Horses), Kevin Drew (Broken Social Scene), and Kurt Vile. We are extra happy to have the track to lay on you Fanatics. We will be keeping in touch with Sub Pop and turning loose other tracks until release date and afterwards.

New Marnie Stern release:

A download of Marnie's demos pre first album is now available. Interesting listening as it's Marnie and that's great but to hear the tracks without the pummeling force of Zach Hill gives the listener a different way of accessing her music. Here's the place to go. Marnie is playing the Echo this Friday. I will be onstage while she is, so I can't go.

As you know, I have shows all week and through the weekend at Largo. It's been going great but it makes things like these notes somewhat hurried, so if this is brief, I apologize.

As usual, we have a great show for you that I hope you dig immensely. I will perhaps see some of you at the shows here in town. If you don't get a chance to tune into this one live, check it on archive. Until then, stand up with Madison, WI and STAY FANATIC!!!

Henry can be reached at: Henryontheradio@gmail.com

Read on for Rollins' list of tracks:

01. Tony Iommi (w / Henry Rollins) – Laughing Man (In The Devil Mask) / Iommi

02. Fats Waller – Hey! Stop Kissin' My Sister / Fats Waller Last Years (1940-1943)

03. The Lurkers – Cyanide / God's Lonely Men

04. J. Mascis – Not Enough / Several Shades Of Why

05. Ensemble Für Neue Musik Zürich – Paleozoic Vox Balaenae / George Crumb

06. Dax Riggs – Wall Of Death / We Sing Of Only Blood Or Love

07. Marnie Stern – A Letter From Rimbaud / Demo

08. Dead Boys – Sonic Reducer / Young Loud & Snotty

09. Charles Tyler Ensemble – Three Spirits / Charles Tyler Ensemble

10. PJ Harvey – Written On The Forehead / Let England Shake

11. Thin Lizzy – Get Out Of Here / Black Rose

12. Pure Hell – Hard Action / Noise Addiction

13. Buzzcocks – Airwaves Dream / single

14. Wire – Three Girl Rumba / Pink Flag

15. XBXRX – Knowledge Is Death / O

16. Black Sabbath – Into The Void / Master Of Reality

17. The Lurkers – Cyanide (Pub Version) / God's Lonely Men

18. The Sparkles – Do The Hip / Lux & Ivy's Favorites Vol. 15

19. The Cramps – Green Fuz / City Gardens 1981

20. Eno – Baby's On Fire / Peel Session 03-05-74

21. MC5 – Gotta Keep Movin' / HighTime

22. Astor Piazzolla – Lumiere, III. El Amor / Suite Troileana

23. The Vagrants – Beside The Sea / I Can't Make a Friend 1965 – 1968

24. The Ruts – Staring At The Rude Boys / Punk Singles Collection

25. Topmost – The End / Psychedelic Phinland

26. The Clash – The City Of The Dead / Black Market Clash

27. The Stooges – I'm Sick Of You / Anthology Box

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