The 90th episode of The Crow Versus Crow Radio Show.
Recorded at Crow Versus Crow Haus using a Zoom H1 recorder as a microphone. Stitched together using outdated software. Please listen to this on headphones.
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This episode originally aired in a far inferior mono form on 96.7 Phoenix FM (Calderdale) on Sunday 5th July 2015 between 6 and 8pm.1. Dock Boggs – Sammie, Where Have You Been So Long? (Country Blues Early Recordings 1927 -1929 / Revenant, 1997)
2. Spherelus & Friends – To Us Thy Memory Can Never Be Lost (William Barber / Hibernate, 2015)
3. Benjamin Shaw - Palette Cleanser (So's Your Face) (Guppy / Kirigirisu Recordings, 2015)
4. Petrels – L.Caution Part 2 & Part 3 (Excerpt) (Flailing Tomb / Denovali, 2015)
5. Arthur Russell - Ocean Movie (Corn / Audika, 2015)
6. The Raincoats - Dancing in My Head (Odyshape / Rough Trade, 1981)
7. James White and The Blacks - White Savages (Off White / ZE Records, 1979)
8. Slum Of Legs – Doll Like (Doll Like / Tuff Enuff Records, 2014)
9. The Dead C – Krossed (Trapdoor Fucking Exit / Precious Metal, 1990)
10. Sunroof! - Approximately Infinite Jim (Slipstream / Giardia, 1999)
11. Makakarooma - Polka for Red Joe (Makakarooma / Not On Label, 2015)
12. Almost Organs - Histrionics II (Laconics & Histrionics / This Is A Noise Label, 2015)
13. Posset - Finest Roof (Midnight on Tyne Bridge) (YHWH / Tutore Burlato, 2015)
14. Marlo Eggplant – Teeter (Jutted / Hairdryer Excommunication, 2015)
15. Picks & Lighters – Side B (Excerpt) (So Long in Duct Tape and Blood / Union Pole, 1997)
16. Son House - I'm So Sorry, Baby (At Home: 1969 Rochester Sessions / Document Records, 2007)
17. Red Trees - Driving Just To Drive (Give Love / La Bel Netlabel, 2015)
18. Nathan Derr - Shadows Over Sand (abscessant / Kirigirisu Recordings, 2015)
19. Colin Stetson & Sarah Neufeld - Won't Be a Thing to Become (Never Were the Way She Was / Constellation Records, 2015)
20. Woody Guthrie - We Shall Be Free (Woody Guthrie Sings Folk Songs / Folkways Records, 1962)