|Title:||Drinking From Puddles: A Radio History|
|Style:||Alternative Rock, Punk, Indie Rock|
|Other format:||DMF ADX MMF AC3 VOC MP2 VQF|
Drinking From Puddles: A Radio History. fm, compilation album tracks appear under the name of Various Artists erroneously because the individual artist is not listed in the album's ID3 information.
Various Artists with (cover) Raymond Pettibon. Drinking From Puddles: A Radio History. cover) Raymond Pettibon. Two 12-inch vinyl records. Raymond Pettibon Archive. Members Membership Become a member. Visit Plan your visit. Exhibitions Exhibitions/events Exhibitions and events.
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Follow the Drinking Gourd" is an African American folk song first published in 1928. The Drinking Gourd is another name for the Big Dipper asterism. Folklore has it that slaves in the United States used it as a point of reference so they would not get lost. According to legend, the song was used by a conductor of the Underground Railroad, called Peg Leg Joe, to guide some fugitive slaves. While the song may possibly refer to some lost fragment of history, the origin and context remain a mystery.
Fred and Toody Cole, with drummer Kelly Halliburton, performing live on Brandon Lieberman's KBOO Community Radio program Drinking From Puddles on September 5th, 2007. I recorded this off-the-air, before KBOO began regularly archiving radio episodes. Long live The Weeds, The Lollipoppe Shoppe, The Rats, The Range Rats, The Western Front, Dead Moon, Pierced Arrows, Fred and Toody Unplugged and any other group I may have forgotten.
Hanging Out. In Love. While earlier volumes in The History of Pop Radio, the 15-CD German import box set, have contained a smattering of hit recordings in their survey of popular music dating back to 1920, the 13th volume, covering the years 1947-1948, is dominated by the period's big hits in their most successful renditions, including Dick Haymes' "Little White Lies," Doris Day &.
Album · 2002 · 18 Songs. Making Singles Drinking Doubles Various Artists. Listen on Apple Music. 18 Songs, 1 Hour 7 Minutes. Released: 12 Nov 2002. 2002 Bloodshot Records.
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|A1||–Murder City Devils||Dance Hall Music||1:28|
|A3||–Hazel||Mr. Magazine Man||2:10|
|B1||–The Geraldine Fibbers||Butch||6:43|
|B2||–Jeffrey Lee Pierce||Lucky Jim||3:21|
|B3||–Cadallaca||You're My Only One||2:35|
|B5||–Poison Idea||Taken By Surprise||3:04|
|C1||–Kristen Hersch*||Gazebo Tree||3:24|
|C3||–Elliott Smith||Everybody Cares, Everybody Understands||3:08|
|C4||–Gilly Ann Hanner||Outta Money||2:19|
|C5||–Cindy Lee Berryhill||Aquamarine||3:03|
|D1||–Cat Power||We Dance||3:02|
|D2||–Roger Manning||Pacifica Blues||3:15|
|D4||–Crackerbash||Song For Lon Mabon||3:10|
|D5||–Lydia Lunch||Excerpt From Paradoxia: A Predator's Diary||2:59|
|D6||–Soul Junk*||Sweet To My Soul||3:34|
|KRS 318||Various||Drinking From Puddles: A Radio History (CD, Comp)||Kill Rock Stars||KRS 318||US||1999|