5.03.2008

iVoryTowerz Radio: C'est la Vie

The underground podcast takes on some subtle French accents this week, despite declaring right off the bat that it is "Livin' in the USA." There's a certain joie de vivre in the air around the entire production, plus there's a dash of French heavy metal in the mix for good measure. And Emmylou Harris gives one Chuck Berry number the Cajun country treatment. What more could you want? A trip to Paris? Well, this program gets sidetracked instead with a trippy trip through 40 years of San Francisco rock. But it's all good. No worries. So dish up a plate of Freedom Fries (with a side of herb-flavored mayo, naturally) and a Royale with cheese. Sip on your favorite vin de pays. Pull on your beret. It's time to roc & rolle!


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Playlist

"Livin' in the USA" by the Steve Miller Band
“Dancers at the End of Time” by Howlin' Wind
“Pride of Man" by Quicksilver Messenger Service
"Sugar Magnolia" by The Grateful Dead
"Runnin' Out of Fools" by Neko Case
"Letters" by Laura Cantrell
“(You Can Never Tell) C'est la Vie” by Emmylou Harris
Cover Me: "Tennessee Flat Top Box" by Rosanne Cash
"Blue" by Cat Power
"It Doesn't Really Matter Anyway” by Cowboy Junkies
“Scare Easy" by Mudcrutch
Jeff’s New Wave: “Psycho Killer” by Talking Heads
"Who Do You Love?" by Ted Leo & The Pharmacists
"The Same Lame Story" by Hellacopters
"The Missing Frame" by AFI
Rick's Metal Shoppe: "The Heaviest Matter of the Universe" by Gojira

(Mp3 Runs - 1:26:18; 79 MB.)

(Photographic art by raging_rocket_run via Flickr, using a Creative Commons License.)




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