Radio Free Aquarium Drunkard with Dave Schools and Woodsist
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Floating in the ether, freeform transmissions from Radio Free Aquarium Drunkard on dublab. Airing as a four-hour block every third Sunday of the month, RFAD features regular shows, friends, and collaborators. The May broadcast features new episodes of your regular programming Range and Basin and Doom and Gloom from the Tomb, and special guests Dave Schools of Widespread Panic and the Woodsist Family Hour.

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In hour one: Dave Schools of Widespread Panic joins us for an hour of Less Talk, More Groove, as the celebrated bassist spins roots funk, dub, out there jazz, and more. In hour two, Jason P. Woodbury‘s Range and Basin, featuring meditative and celebratory sounds, including new selections from Body Meπa, Marisa Anderson and William Tyler, Anika, and Wadada Leo Smith and Milford Graves. In hour three, Tyler Wilcox’s Doom and Gloom from the Tomb explores an hour’s worth of Bob Dylan’s “One Too Many Mornings” variations, including live versions, studio outtakes, and collaborations with The Band, George Harrison, and Johnny Cash. To close out, the Woodsist Family Radio Hour. Founded by Jeremy Earl of Woods and Painted Shrines, the label has been a stalwart of independent music since 2006. Featuring funk, experimental pop, and tropicália, as selected by Woodsist artists.

Less Talk More Groove with Dave Schools: Down Dirty Shake, “Moon” (with ID) ++ Farmer Dave & The Wizards of the West, “Babe Got Plans” ++ El Pasador, “Madrugada” ++ Dorothy Ashby, “House of the Rising Sun” ++ Augustus Pablo, “Thriller” ++ Chico Hamilton, “Gengis” ++ Gregory James Edition, “Changing Things” ++ Frozen Horizons, “Circus of Terror” (excerpt) ++ Ian Carr, “Suspension” ++ Jah Lloyd, “Killer Dub” ++ Phil Upchurch, “Black Gold” ++ Rob Mazurak Exploding Star Orchestra, “Parable of Inclusion” ++ Jerry Hahn Brotherhood, “Ramblin’” ++ Child’s Play, “Little Gnome House Franco Built” ++ (Outro ID) Col Bruce Hampton & The Late Bronze Age, “Isles of Langerhan”

Range and Basin with Jason P. Woodbury: Michael Krassner and the Basineers, “Theme From Range and Basin” ++ Stark Reality, “Say Brother” ++ Anika, “Finger Pies,” ++ 10cc, “The Dean and I” ++ Flo & Eddie, “Keep It Warm” ++ Body Meπa, “Horse Flower/Fabuloso” ++ Mekons, “Roger Troutman” ++ Wadada Leo Smith & Milford Graves, “Poetic Sonics” ++ Baby Dee, “Safe Inside the Day,” Mor Thiam, “Ayo Ayo Nene,” Don Julian & The Larks, “I Want You Back” ++ Marisa Anderson & William Tyler, “Lost Futures”

Doom and Gloom from the Tomb with Tyler Wilcox: Bob Dyan, “One Too Many Mornings” ++ Bob Dylan, “One Too Many Mornings” (BBC 1965) ++ Bob Dylan & The Hawks, “One Too Many Mornings” (Liverpool 1966) ++ Bob Dylan & The Band, “One Too Many Mornings” (Basement Tapes) ++ Bob Dylan & Johnny Cash, “One Too Many Mornings” (1969 studio outtake) ++ Bob Dylan & The Band, “One Too Many Mornings” (Isle of Wight 1969) ++ Bob Dylan with George Harrison, “One Too Many Mornings” (1970 studio outtake) ++ Bob Dylan & The Band, “One Too Many Mornings” (Florida 1974) ++ Bob Dylan, “One Too Many Mornings” (1975 rehearsal) ++ Bob Dylan, “One Too Many Mornings” (Fort Collins 1976) ++ Bob Dylan, “One Too Many Mornings” (Osaka 1978) ++ Bob Dylan, “One Too Many Mornings” (Berkeley 1986) ++ Bob Dylan, “One Too Many Mornings” (NYC 1993) ++ Bob Dylan, “One Too Many Mornings” (Berkeley 1995) 

The Woodsist Family Hour: John Andrews & The Yawns, “New California Blue” ++ Misha Panfilov Sound Combo, “Together” ++ Juan Waters, El David Aguilar, “Estás Escuchando” ++ Jorge Ben For, “Error Humanum Est” ++ Sesssa, “Grandeza” ++ Bitching Bajas & Bonnie “Prince” Billy, “Your Heard Work Is About to Pay Off. Keep on Keeping On.” ++ Athur Russell, “This Is How We Walk on the Moon” ++ James Brown & The Original J.B.s, “There Was a Time (I Got To Move) (1966 Funk Power Version) ++ John Lurie, “AI AI AI AI” ++ Durutti Colum, “Otis” ++ Jon McKiel, “Mourning Dove” ++ Simon & Garfunkel, “Citizen of the Planet” ++ Painted Shrines, “Coast” ++ The Reds, Pinks and Purples, “Don’t Ever Pray in the Church on My Street” ++ Medeski, Martin & Wood, “Tea” ++ Dale Evans & Roy Rogers, “Happy Trails”

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