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Widge’s Sonic Emporium #1: The Radio Version

Show Notes (Mostly)

Here are my overly complicated show notes. They consist of:

Artist/Band Name – “Song Name” – Album Name – (Band’s/Artist’s Country of Origin, Year of Song’s Original Release)

If no album name appears, that means it was released as a standalone single. It may have appeared on an album or a compilation later, but initial release was a single not tied to any particular album. Alain Johannes Trio and Al Green below are examples.

The album name is not necessarily the album on which it first appeared, but the album on which you’d be most able to find it if you went looking. The Camarão track is an example of this, as the album it first appeared on in 1971 was called O Quente Em São João.

Country of Origin is the birthplace of the artist if it’s a single artist. Or the birthplace of the band’s members if they all were born in the same country. In the event they come from different countries, the country cited is where the band was formed. If there are individual artists, especially when it’s “X feat. Y” and they each come from a different country, the countries are both/all shown.

Year listed is the year of original release. With Camarão as an example again, the compilation you can find it on is Imaginary Soundtrack to a Brazilian Western Movie…which came out in 2018. But the track’s original release year was 1971.

I have no idea why this level of detail is important to me, but it is and I will discuss it with my therapist I promise.

I might say something of more substance next time. But I’ve been saying that since third grade. So.

Quentin Crisp – “Stop the Music for a Minute” – Pillows & Prayers (Vols. 1 & 2) – (UK, 1982)

VNV Nation – “Pro Victoria” – Of Faith, Power and Glory – (Ireland, 2009)

The Roots feat. Dice Raw & Malik B. – “Here I Come” – Game Theory – (USA, 2006)

Fishbone – “Skankin’ to the Beat (alternate)” – Fishbone 101: Nuttasaurusmeg Fossil Fuelin’ the Fonkay – (USA, 1996)

Funkadelic – “Super Stupid” – Maggot Brain – (USA, 1971)

Clutch – “Subtle Hustle” – Blast Tyrant – (USA, 2004)

Al Green – “I Want to Hold Your Hand” – (USA, 1969)

Calypso Rose feat. Angelique Kidjo – “Wah Fu Dance” – So Calypso! – (Trinidad & Tobago, 2018)

Camarão – “Se Quiser Valer” – Imaginary Soundtrack To A Brazilian Western Movie 1964–1974 – (Brazil, 1971)

Dengue Fever – “Escape From Dragon House (Napster Sessions 2006)” – Escape From Dragon House (Deluxe Edition) – (USA, 2006)

Forgive Durden feat. Danny Stevens – “A Hundred-Year, Minute Long Intermission” – Razia’s Shadow: A Musical – (USA, 2008)

Alain Johannes Trio feat. Mike Patton – “Luna a Sol” – (Chile/USA, 2018)

Grinderman – “Hyper Worm Tamer (UNKLE remix)” – Grinderman 2 RMX – (UK, 2012)

Deerhoof feat. Awkwafina – “Your Dystopic Creation Doesn’t Fear You” – Mountain Moves – (USA, 2017)

Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings – “100 Days, 100 Nights” – 100 Days, 100 Nights – (USA, 2007)

Nickodemus feat. Carol C & The Spy From Cairo – “Do You Do You?” – A Long Engagement – (USA/Italy, 2018)

Boys Boys Boys! – “Don’t Bail Out” – We Are Excited About Everything – (Australia, 2013)

Maceo and the Macks – “Cross the Track (We Better Go Back)” – (USA, 1974)

The Bombay Royale – “Monkey Fight Snake” – Me You Bullets Love – (Australia, 2012)

The Coup – “Land of 7 Billion Dances” – Sorry to Bother You – (USA, 2012)

Melt Yourself Down – “Dot to Dot” – Last Evenings on Earth – (UK, 2016)

Saul Williams – “Sunday Bloody Sunday” – The Inevitable Rise and Liberation of NiggyTardust! – (USA, 2007)

The Greenhornes – “There is an End” – Dual Mono – (USA, 2002)

Dark Horses – “Radio” – Black Music – (UK, 2012)