Who should be celebrated with an August “Very Merry Unbirthday”?

August’s Last Tuesday Treat will be a Very Merry Unbirthday special, in which Wonderland will celebrate the work of an artist chosen by the listeners.  Use the poll below to vote for either:

  • Laurie Anderson, avant-garde performer and composer who has experimented both with musical forms and the tools of making music.
  • Mark Lanegan, pioneer of alternative rock whose prolific career as a member of Screaming Trees and a solo performer is supplemented with dozens of high-profile collaborations.

Which artist should be celebrated with an August "Very Merry Unbirthday"?

  • Laurie Anderson (100%, 1 Votes)
  • Mark Lanegan (0%, 0 Votes)

Total Voters: 1

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80 Years of WESU: Episode 08

Air Date: 2019-07-31

Episode 08’s music pays homage to DJ Rob of Chocolate Cake and Leith of The Light Fandango.

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Crowded House “Chocolate Cake” from Woodface [Deluxe Edition] 2016 Originally released in 1991

Pink Floyd “Apples And Oranges” from The Early Years 1965 – 1975: 1965-1967 Cambridge St/ation 2016 Originally released as a single in 1967

The Who “So Sad About Us” from A Quick One 1966

Tommy Keene “Deep Six Saturday” from Behind The Parade 2011

Todd Rundgren “Just One Victory” from A Wizard, A True Star (2018 Analog Spark Hybrid SACD) 2018 Originally released in 1973

Chris Trapper “Not Normal” from The Few & The Far Between 2011

Tom Waits “Invitation To The Blues” from Small Change [2018 Remaster] 2018 Originally released in 1976

Margo Guryan “Sunday Morning” from Take A Picture 1968 Previously recorded by Spanky & Our Gang

Joni Mitchell “Urge for Going” from Hits 1996 Previously recorded by Tom Rush. Originally released in 1972 on the single “You Turn Me On, I’m a Radio”

Laura Nyro “December’s Boudoir” from Eli and The Thirteenth Confession 1968

Eric Burdon and the Animals “Monterey” from Absolute Animals 1964-1968 2003 Originally released as a single in 1967.

Chicago “Wake Up Sunshine” from Chicago: Chicago II 1970

The Temptations “Don’t Let The Joneses Get You Down” from Puzzle People 1969

Blood, Sweat & Tears “Symphony for the Devil / Sympathy for the Devil” from Blood, Sweat & Tears 3 1970 Original artist: Rolling Stones

Volume 03 Episode 59 – Search and Recover: Friend of the Devil

Air Date: 2019-07-30

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Grateful Dead “Friend of the Devil” from 05-15-1970 Fillmore East (Road Trips Vol. 3. No. 3) 2010

Lyle Lovett “Friend of the Devil” from Deadicated 1991 V/A

Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers “Friend of the Devil” from The Live Anthology 2009 – Recorded February 3, 1997 at The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA

Bob Weir & Grace Potter “Friend Of The Devil” from Dear Jerry: Celebrating The Music Of Jerry Garcia (Live) 2016 V/A – Recorded May 14, 2015 at Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD

Rice, Rice, Hillman & Pedersen “Friend Of The Devil” from Rice, Rice, Hillman & Pedersen 1999

Ministry “Friend of the Devil” from The Bridge School Concerts, Volume 1 1997 V/A – Recorded October, 1994 at the Shoreline Ampitheater, Mountain View, CA

Buck Satan and The 666 Shooters “Friend of the Devil” from Bikers Welcome Ladies Drink Free 2012

Counting Crows “Friend of the Devil” from Films About Ghosts: The Best Of… 2004

Mumford & Sons “Friend of the Devil” from Day of the Dead 2016 V/A

Wake The Dead “Banks Of Lough Gowna/The Reunion/Friend Of The Devil” from Wake The Dead 2000

Joe Craven & The Sometimers “Friend of the Devil” from Garcia Songbook 2018

80 Years of WESU: Episode 07

Air Date: 2019-07-24

Episode 07’s music pays homage to H-Biz of Word…Life Radio and Uncle John of Dead Air.

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De La Soul “D .A. I. S. Y. Age” from 3 Feet High & Rising 1989

O.C. “Word…Life” from Word…Life 1994

A Tribe Called Quest “The Hop” from Beats, Rhymes And Life 1996

Beastie Boys “Shake Your Rump” from Paul’s Boutique 1989

MF Doom “Deep Fried Frenz” from MM..Food 2004

Busta Rhymes “Gimme Some More” from E.L.E. (Extinction Level Event): The Final World Front 1998

Grateful Dead “Playing In The Band” from 30 Trips Around the Sun 2015 Recorded 1976-10-03 at Cobo Hall, Detroit, MI

Grateful Dead “Eyes Of The World” from R.F.K. Stadium Washington D.C. 1989 (Live) 1989.07.12-13 2017 Recorded 1989-07-12 at R.F.K. Stadium, Washington D.C.

Grateful Dead “Bertha” from Road Trips, Vol.3 No.1 – Oakland 12-28-79 1979  Recorded 1979-12-28 at Oakland, CA

Grateful Dead “Dark Star” from 30 Trips Around the Sun 2015 Recorded 1968-10-20 at Greek Theater, Berkely, CA

Volume 03 Episode 58 – That Dopamine Withdrawal

Air Date: 2019-07-23

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The Brian Jonestown Massacre “Cannot Be Saved” from The Brian Jonestown Massacre 2019 N

Du Blonde “Acetone” from Lung Bread For Daddy 2019 N

Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats “Hey Mama” from Tearing At The Seams 2018

Freeman “Delicate Green” from FREEMAN 2014

The Dean Ween Group “Garry” from The Deaner Album 2016

Earth “An Unnatural Carousel” from Full Upon Her Burning Lips 2019 N

Repetition “A Still Reflex” from To The Outside Everything – A Story Of UK Post Punk: 1977-1981 2017 – Originally released in 1981 on the single “The Still Reflex”

Devo “Growing Pains” from Turn Around: B-Sides & More (1978-1984) 2019 N – Originally released in 1984 on the single “Are You Experienced?”

Stereolab “Wow and Flutter – 7″/EP Version – Alternative Mix” from Mars Audiac Quintet (2019 Expanded Edition) 2019 N – Originally released in 1994

Rammstein “Radio” from Rammstein 2019 N

King Crimson “Dangerous Curves” from Heaven & Earth 2019 N – Recorded Live in New Haven on November 16th, 2003

Brad Mehldau “O Ephraim” from Finding Gabriel 2019 N

80 Years of WESU: Episode 06

Air Date: 2019-07-17

King Crimson “Introductory Soundscape” from Heaven & Earth 2019 Recorded live at New Haven December 9, 2001

King Crimson “Dangerous Curves” from Heaven & Earth 2019 Recorded live at New Haven December 9, 2001

King Crimson “Into The Frying Pan” from Heaven & Earth 2019 Recorded live at New Haven December 9, 2001

King Crimson “Adrian Announcement” from Heaven & Earth 2019 Recorded live at New Haven December 9, 2001

King Crimson “EleKtriK” from Heaven & Earth 2019 Recorded live at New Haven December 9, 2001

King Crimson “The ConstruKction Of Light” from Heaven & Earth 2019 Recorded live at New Haven December 9, 2001

King Crimson “Dinosaur” from Heaven & Earth 2019 Recorded live at New Haven December 9, 2001

King Crimson “Thela Hun Ginjeet” from Heaven & Earth 2019 Recorded live at New Haven December 9, 2001

King Crimson “Virtuous Circle” from Heaven & Earth 2019 Recorded live at New Haven December 9, 2001

King Crimson “Larks’ Tongues In Aspic Part IV” from Heaven & Earth 2019 Recorded live at New Haven December 9, 2001

Volume 03 Episode 57 – When Nothing Is Preserved

Air Date: 2019-07-16

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Cass McCombs “Prayer For Another Day” from Tip Of The Sphere 2019 N

Kate Bush “Get Out Of My House” from Remastered Part I 2018 – Originally released in 1982 on “The Dreaming”

Matt Berry “Lord Above” from Night Terrors 2017

The Cranberries “The Pressure” from In The End 2019 N

Jakob Dylan “Goin’ Back (feat. Beck)” from Echo in the Canyon [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack] 2019 N – Original artist: Goldie. Written by Gerry Goffin and Carole King

Franz Ferdinand “Glimpse Of Love” from Always Ascending 2018

Wavves and Cloud Nothings “Nervous” from No Life for Me 2015

Bad Religion “Chaos From Within” from Age Of Unreason 2019 N

Arbouretum “Oceans Don’t Sing” from Coming Out Of The Fog 2013

Evi Vine “Sad Song No.9” from BLACK//LIGHT//WHITE//DARK 2019 N

Jordan Pettay “I Exalt Thee” from First Fruit 2019 N

Volume 03 Episode 56 – Death Falls So Heavy

Air Date: 2019-07-09

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Spirit “Mechanical World” from Spirit [2004 Remaster] 2004 Originally released in 1968

Jarboe “Found” from The Men Album 2005

T. Rex “Rabbit Fighter” from The Slider [2012 Remaster] 2012 Originally released in 1972

Funkadelic “Lunchmeataphobia (Think! It Ain’t Illegal Yet!)” from One Nation Under A Groove [2002 Remaster] 2002 Originally released in 1978

Psychedelic Porn Crumpets “Social Candy” from And Now For The Whatchamacallit 2019 N

Big Big Train “Alive” from Grand Tour 2019 N

Dodgy “One Day” from Homegrown 1994

Snowy White & The White Flames “Crazy Situation Blues” from The Situation 2019 N

Elvis Costello & The Imposters “Everyone’s Playing House” from Purse 2019 N Lyrics written by Burt Bacharach

Meat Puppets “Nine Pins” from Dusty Notes 2019 N

Pond “Tasmania” from Tasmania 2019 N

Matt Bianco “Matt’s Mood” from Gary Crowley’s Lost 80s 2019 N V/A Originally released in 1984 on “Whose Side Are You On”

Thelonious Monk “Light Blue” from Les Liaisons Dangereuses 1960 2017 Recorded in 1959

Vote for July’s Last Tuesday Treat!

Wonderland’s Last Tuesday Treat for July will be a Search and Recover special, featuring an hour of covers of a single song.

The options are:

  • Afro Blue, a jazz song written by Mongo Santamaría and originally recorded by the Cal Tjader Sextet before being popularized by John Coltrane.
  • Friend of the Devil, by The Grateful Dead.

Voting ends on Friday, July 26th!

Which song should be featured on Search and Recover?

  • Afro Blue, written by Mongo Santamaría and recorded by John Coltrane (100%, 4 Votes)
  • Friend of the Devil, by The Grateful Dead (0%, 0 Votes)

Total Voters: 4

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