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Fanatics! It's amazing how great our show is tonight. Sometimes I have to stand back and marvel at how damn consistently great the music is, just how incredibly excellent week after week all of this turns out to be. Would you take a look at what awaits you below? I agree, I felt like I had won the lottery as well when all was said and done.

I did want to make note that we are again playing the same Thin Lizzy song that we did a couple of weeks ago but wait until you hear this version! This is the only live version I have of the band doing the song and what a great job they do. I couldn't leave it out for the show this time around.

Yes, that is indeed new Pere Ubu in Hour two. The pot's on now as they say. This show goes all over the place. It's a calorie burner for sure. It's a two hour wind sprint to the top of Mount Music and we're taking the scenic route all the way.

Something To Look Forward To Dept.: Get ready for a new Oh Sees album that will be out later this year on Castle Face. It is excellent and fans will be rocked. When the time is right, you can bet will be playing tracks from it on the show.

Now, next week is KCRW's Pledge Drive. We will not be playing music as much as we will be promoting our wonderful station and cutting up as we usually do. Engineer X and I have been doing some show prep to keep things rolling and ridiculous most of the time. Listen in if you can.

Until then, it's a great batch of tunes for Fanatics. This is what it's all about. Good music on a Saturday night. Let's do it! Keep rockin' and STAY FANATIC!!! –Henry

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Hour 1

01. Bo Diddley – Say Man / His Best: The Chess 50th Anniversary Collection

02. Louis Jordan – Beware / Decca Recordings

03. Blind Willie McTell – This Is Not The Stove To Brown Your Bread / Complete Works

04. Flairs – She Wants to Rock / The Ultimate Flairs

05. Thomas A. Dorsey – Crow Jane Alley / Georgia Tom – Complete Works Vol. 1

06. Harry Partch – 11 Intrusions / 10. Vanity / Harry Partch Collection, Vol. 1

07. Jutok Kaneko & Takahisa Kikukawa – The Wedge / Wedged Night

08. Kasai Allstars – Beyond The 7th Moon / Kasai Allstars

09. Kawabata Makoto – Track 51 / Early 06 – Kaiten, Love And Punk Rock

10. The Heartbreakers – It's Not Enough ('76 Jay Nap Studio Demo) / LAMF Definitive

11. Thin Lizzy – Romeo And The Lonely Girl (Cleveland 5/76) / Remembering Pt.1

12. Contortions I Don't Want To Be Happy / Buy

13. Rodriguez – This Is Not A Song, It's An Outburst: Or, The Establishment Blues / Cold Fact

Hour 2

01. Pere Ubu – Free White / Lady from Shanghai

02. Melt-Banana – Not D, But M, Also / 13 Hedgehogs (MxBx Singles 1994-1999)

03. Bob Dylan – Positively 4th Street / The Best Of The Original Mono Recordings

04. Ty Wagner With The Scotchmen – I'm A No Count / Teenage Shutdown Vol. 04

05. Saint Vitus – Look Behind You / Blasting Concept

06. Kas Product – Black & Noir / single

07. Performing Ferrets – Dut Dut Dut / No One Told Us

08. Jimi Hendrix – Hootchie Cootchie Man / BBC Sessions

09. Dinosaur Jr – Pierce The Morning Rain / I Bet On Sky

10. El Hadj Mohamed Tahar Fergani – Ya Naimine La Terkoudou / Algeroe Anthologie – Vol 01

11. Screamin' Jay Hawkins – Frenzy / Cow Fingers And Mosquito Pie

12. Blonde Redhead – En Particulier / Melodie Citronique EP

13. David Bowie – I Wish You Would / Pin Ups

14. Tony Allen – Road Safety / No Discrimination

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