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January 27, 2005
Project Aisle
Mood:  on fire
"Even the poet whose thoughts have never found expression in a single verse, of the painter who 
possesses no colours, and has not painted so much as a single square foot of canvas, can obtain salvation, 
and be delivered from earthly desires and passions.  They can enter aat will a world of undefiled purity, 
and throwing off the yoke of avarice and self interest, are able to build up a peerless and unequaled
universe.  Thus in all this, they are happier than the rich and famous, than any lord of prince that 
ever lived; happier indeed than all those on whom this vulgar world lavishes her affections." 

- Natsume Soseki - The Three-Cornered World (Translated by Alan Turney). London: Peter Owen Limited, 1965

Here are the happenings for the January 27th, 2005 edition of Up and Atom Bomb. Broadcast on WEFT 90.1 fm in Champaign.

Hosted By: dirt

- Preshow Warm-Up -

Joe Maphis (King of the Strings) - Twin Banjo Special - The Best of Can't You Hear Me Callin'

- 6:00 -

Deutsche Welle Radio Headlines
Kid Koala - Music for Morning People - Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Little Walter with Baby Face Leroy Trio - Rollin' & Tumblin' Pt. II - This is the Blues Harmonica Vol II
Astor Piazzolla - Los Suenos (Part II) - El Nuevo Tango de Buenos Aires
DJ Wally - Know There's Something Going On - Emulatory Whoredom
Al Delory - Carta de Amor - Floreando

- 6:30 -

Pulse of the Planet
Richard Dyer-Bennet - Bow Down - 6
Richard Dyer-Bennet - The Hole in the Bottom of the Sea - 6
Yellowman - Copy Cat - A Man You Want
The Land of Zoom - Track #1 - The Land of Zoom

- 7:00 -

Deutsche Welle Radio Headlines
DJ Spooky - Post-Human Sophistry - Riddim Warfare
BR549 - Too Lazy to Work, Too Nervous to Steal - This is BR549
Aceyalone - Rappers, Rappers, Rappers - Accepted Eclectic
Aceyalone - Hardship - Accepted Eclectic
Enrico Pieranunzi & Paul Motian - Words of the Sea - Doorways

- 7:30 -

High Tower Radio
Mississippi's Big Joe Williams - T.B. Blues - Mississippi's Big Joe Williams & His Nine-String Guitar
Les Miserables Brass Band - Latin Go Ska - Freedom Sounds: A Tribute to the Skatalies
Dan Bern & The IJBC - Sammy's Bat - My Country II
Psapp - Leaving in Coffins - Tiger, My Friend
First Grade Crush - Fruit Bears - It's Not You, It's Me
Candy Foster & The Shades of Blue - Take Me to the River - Candy Foster & The Shades of Blue Live

- 8:00 -

Deutsche Welle Radio Headlines
Janiva Magness - Bury Him At the Crossroads - Bury Him At the Crossroads
Brutal Truth - Dementia - Sounds of the Animal Kingdom
Madvillain - Curls - Madvillainy
William Coulter - After the Gold Rush - The Road Home
Judy Mowatt & Marcia Griffiths - Redemption Song - Reggae on the River Live
Wade Ward - Lone Prairie - Classic Mountain Songs from Smithsonian Folkways

- 8:30 -

The 90 Second Naturalist
Kid Koala & Money Mark - Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - Funkungfusion
The Avery Sharpe Trio - Swingfield (for Springfield, MA) - Dragonfly
The Bluegrass Cardinals - Knee Deep in Lovin' You - The Essential Bluegrass Cardinals
Tomatito - Canailla - Barrio Negro
Brian Conway - Slip Jigs: The Foxhunters/Barney Brallaghan/Comb Your Hair and Curl It - First Through The Gate
Seven Trees - Desire Slowly Burning - Embracing the Unknown

Thanks for listening. Peace yourself out.

"Sampling is like sending a fax to yourself from the sonic debris of the future.  If the fax is a copy of 
the document you're making and sending, then it's gone.  You can send a fax anywhere.  Same with beats At
this point.  To me, the sampler is a kind of time machine.  It's a way of manipulating and reconfiguring
pieces of the past into the present and allowing permutations of the present to really reflect where music
could be going.  So you're playing with past, present, future, and the imperfect tense of language itself."

- DJ Spooky. Shapiro, Peter, ed. Modulations- A History of Electronic Music: Throbbing Words on Sound. New York: Caipirinha, 2000.


Posted by upandatombomb at 9:12 AM CST
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January 20, 2005
Killer Polar Bears with The Flu
Mood:  suave

Here is the rundown for the January 20th, 2005 edition of Up and Atom Bomb. Broadcast on WEFT 90.1 fm in Champaign.

This show reflects on the speeches of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. There will be a slew of events in honor of the late Dr. King. For a Complete list visit the Martin Luther King Commemorative Event Calendar.

Hosted By: dirt

- Pre Show Warm-Up -

Dub Trio - Drive By Dub - Exploring the Dangers of

- 6:00 -

Deutsche Welle Radio Headlines
Kid Koala - Music for Morning People - Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Kahil El'Zabar & Billy Bang - Spirits Entering - Spirits Entering
Some Girls - All My Friends Are Going Death - All My Friends Are Going Death
The Violents - Three Fifty Nine - Rebecca's Morning Voice
Tommy Jarrell - Train on the Island - Pickin' on Tommy's Porch

- 6:30 -

Pulse of the Planet
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. - The Great March to Freedom - MLK: the Martin Luther King, Jr. tapes

- 7:00 -

Deutsche Welle Radio Headlines
The Jelly Roll Kings - Burnt Biscuits - Rockin' the Juke Joint Down
Yellow Note - Dalek - Yellow Note vs. The Daleks
James - Sometimes - The Best of James
James - Hymn From A Village - The Best of James

- 7:30 -

High Tower Radio
Conclusion: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. - The Great March to Freedom - MLK: the Martin Luther King, Jr. tapes
Dr. Martin Lither King, Jr. - The Great March to Washington - MLK: the Martin Luther King, Jr. tapes
Telephone Jim Jesus - The Ouroboros Tongue - A Point Too Far To Astronaut

- 8:00 -

Deutsche Welle Radio Headlines
The Waifs - Love Serenade - A Brief History... Live
Helen Humes - Cross-Eyed Blues - The Slide Guitar: Bottles, Knives, & Steel Vol. II
Wizone & Kool Keith (Ming & FS rmx) - Dissect the Style - The Drastic Jungle Project
Olov Johansson - Ridmarsch Efter Bohlin - Storsvarten
Sun Ra & his Myth Science Arkestra - Infinity of the Universe - Cosmic Tones for Mental Therapy & Art Forms of Dimensions Tomorrow

- 8:30 -

The 90 Second Naturalist
Dr. Martin Lither King, Jr. - Free at Last - MLK: the Martin Luther King, Jr. tapes
Bright Eyes - I Believe in Symmetry - Digital Ash in a Digital Urn

Thanks for listening. I hope you enjoyed the show. Tune in next Thursday morning on WEFT 90.1 f.m. - listener supported, volunteer operated, community radio for east central Illinois.

Peace out.


Posted by upandatombomb at 8:58 AM CST
Updated: January 20, 2005 11:32 AM CST
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January 3, 2005
Welcome to the Atom Bomb
Mood:  hungry

Hello. Welcome to Up & Atom Bomb. Up & Atom Bomb is a radio program broadcast on WEFT 90.1 f.m. community radio for in east central Illinois. The show runs every Thursday from 6:00 - 9:00 a.m. The format is wide open so tune your ears in for any kind of music; mississippi blues, bluegrass, hip-hop, avant-garde jazz, disco, funk, reggae, flamenco, classical piano, glitch hop, the rocky theme song, turn tablism, grunge, country, jungle, barber shop, italian arias, bebop, gospel, chant, new wave, new orleans brass band, hawaiian slack key guitar, trip-hop, death metal, motown, scottish bagpipes..

I hope you enjoy the show or a few of the songs.

You can check here for weekly playlists, some comments, and the occasional picture.

Use the live and direct studio line (217) 359-9338 [fly-weft] for any queries, comments, or requests.

You can also write me at the station:

Up & Atom Bomb
113 N. Market St.
Champaign, IL 61820
USA



Also, I don't think atom bombs are especially funny. They are very tragic, for more information about the atomic bomb visit the National Atomic Museum if your are ever in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Posted by upandatombomb at 8:20 PM CST
Updated: January 5, 2005 9:56 AM CST
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