Tuesday, March 30, 2010

The Rhetorical Situation, March 30, 2010

On the first episode of the last term of The Rhetorical Situation, Jacob and I offend conservatives, cheer the local Robin Hood, and bring in some good new tracks from Tahiti Boy and the Palmtree Family, Port O'Brien, She and Him, and Black Francis.

Check us out live at kbvr.com in our new time slot, Tuesdays from 2-4 p.m. PST, 88.7 FM around Corvallis.

The playlist:

"One More Try," My Robot Friend
"Cigarette Pack," Dan Black
"Surplus," Kate Lamont
"1973," Tahiti Boy and the Palmtree Family
"My Will is Good," Port O'Brien
"Florida," Pyramiddd/Starfucker
"Ghost of an Earthworm," Loch Lomond
"In The Branches," The Builders and the Butchers
"I Want a House," Twin Sister
"Dead Man's Curve," Black Francis
"Why Do You Let Me Stay Here?," She and Him
"And This is What We Call Progress," The Besnard Lakes
"If You're Feeling Sinister," Belle & Sebastian
"Oh Yeah," Built to Spill
"Boom Boom," The Animals
"Barnacle Goose," Born Ruffians
"Hello Bonjour," Michael Franti and Spearhead



Hi, Travis. Great list (and blog). Way to get some local flavor in there, too. You a musician?

Travis said...

Hey thanks man. I'm not a musician. I just make sweet string music at the rec center on the weekends. :)

Used to play some brass in junior high, tried to pick up guitar a few years ago. Now I live vicariously, musically speaking.

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