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Off The Charts
Monday January 23rd, 2017 with Chris Ikonomopoulos

Caveman Head
Eurythmics - In The Garden - 1981 - RCA

Soul, Body and Mind
Nacht Und Nebel - 7" - 1985 - Boulavard

Half Life
Come - Near Life Experience - 1995 - Matador

When My Love Comes Down
Grinderman - Grinderman - 2007 - Mute

My Love Paramour
Cocteau Twins - Head Over Heels - 1983 - 4AD

Confusion (I'm Alright)
Psychic Ills - Inner Journey Out - 2016 - Sacred Bones

Spanish Bull
Eddie Harris - The Electrifying Eddie Harris - 1968 - Atlantic

Compared To What
Roberta Flack - First Take - 1969 - Atlantic

Cold Bologna
The Isley Brothers - Givin' It Back - 1971 - T-Neck

Sostengan al angel entusiasta
Meridian Brothers - Devocion - Works 2005 - 2011 - 2013 - Staubgold

Kaset Hanzal
Omar Souleyman - = Dabke 2020 = - 2009 - Sublime Frequencies
Interactive CKCU
Is the Eurythmics to mark Jaki Liebezeit's passing?

4:07 PM, January 23rd, 2017
Chris Ikonomopoulos (host)
Serious music knowledge Bryan. Jaki plays on this LP but Clem Burke was drumming for the track we heard. My oversight...

4:11 PM, January 23rd, 2017
It clearly wasn't Jaki on drums, but I thought he played more than drums on that LP.

4:14 PM, January 23rd, 2017
Chris Ikonomopoulos (host)
Linear notes reveal he played drums on 3 tracks and bass on 1 for this LP. Other notables include Robert Gorl, Holgar Czukay and Marcus Stockhausen. Do you have a super keen ear for Jaki's drum style??

4:18 PM, January 23rd, 2017
The beat on that tune was more Blondie than Can. I want to say Matador called that Come record a "mini-LP" when it came out, but I remember their newsletter at the time that I was on at the time was adamant that there were EPs and LPs, but no such things as mini-LPs.

4:28 PM, January 23rd, 2017
Chris Ikonomopoulos (host)
More Blondie than Can sums it up. Overall, I find In The Garden more Stereolab than Eurythmics - but I guess that's more of a hindsight observation.

4:38 PM, January 23rd, 2017