KMUN Day of the Velvet Voice playlist 29 August 2011

10:30PM The Zodiac : Cosmic Sounds “Virgo- The Perpetual Perfectionist” composed by Mort Garson from The Zodiac : Cosmic Sounds (1967) on elektra

10:34PM Evensong “Gypsie” from Evensong (1973) on Unknown

10:36PM Nahid Akhtar “Tarasta Hai Yeh Dil” from The Very Best of Nahid Akhtar (1993) on EMI Pakistan

10:37PM Zia “Kofriam” from Pomegranates - Persian Pop, Funk, Folk, and Psych of the 60s & 70s (2009) on Finders Keepers (

10:43PM Gandalf “Can You Travel In the Dark Alone” from Gandalf (1967) on Capitol

10:50PM Thistletown “Glowworm” from Rosemarie (2008) on Big Bertha

10:57PM Magic Carpet “The Phoenix” from Magic Carpet (1969) on Magic Carpet

11:01PM Pearls Before Swine “Translucent Carriages” from Balaklava (1969) on ESP Disk

11:07PM Сребърните гривни “Вечеряй Радо” from psychedelic trip through bulgaria (2001) on Red Beat

11:11PM The Incredible String Band “Creation” from Changing Horses (1969) on elektra

11:28PM Jan Dukes De Grey “Turkish Time” from Sorcerers (1970) on Decca/Nova

11:33PM Ex Reverie “Old Maps” from Praxis (2011) on Language of Stone

11:39PM Jan Duindam “A Dream” from Thoughts (1978) on Munich

11:45PM The Green Pajamas “Pastel Summer” from All Clues Lead To Meagan's Bed (2010) on St. Brigid Records

11:50PM Haymarket Square “Funeral” from Magic Lantern (1968) on Chaparral Records

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KMUN Day of the Velvet Voice playlist 15 August 2011- Jessamyn's Birthday Show!

10:30PM The Zodiac : Cosmic Sounds “Leo- The Lord of Lights” composed by Mort Garson from The Zodiac : Cosmic Sounds (1967) on elektra

10:33PM Tim Buckley “THE RIVER” composed by Tim Buckley from Blue Afternoon (1969) on Straight

10:39PM Linda Perhacs “Chimacum Rain” from Parallelograms (1971) on Kapp

10:42PM Clive's Orignal Band “Oh Bright Eyed One” composed by Clive Palmer from Moyshe McStiff & The Tartan Lancers Of The Sacred Heart (2007) on Radioactive

10:46PM Donovan “Isle of Islay” composed by Donovan Leitch from Rising Again (2011) on Pilot Records

10:49PM Anne Briggs “Fine Horseman” from The Time Has Come (1971) on Columbia

10:53PM Steeleye Span “When I Was On Horseback” from Ten Man Mop (1971) on Pegasus

11:00PM In Gowan Ring “A Bee At The Dolmen's Dell” composed by B'eirth from The Glinting Spade (2007) on helmet room recordings (

11:07PM Green Crown “There is a Green Crown” composed by Incredible String Band from Washed in Her Blood (1998) on Harvest Queen Productions

11:18PM Leonard Cohen “You Have the Lovers” composed by Leonard Cohen from Canadian Poets 1 (1966) on Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

11:22PM Roy Harper “Another Day” from Flat Baroque and Berserk (1970) on Harvest

11:25PM Tim Buckley “Phantasmagoria In Two (Live)” composed by Tim Buckley from Dream Letter - Live In London 1968 (2004) on Manifesto Records

11:30PM Tyrannosaurus Rex “Great Horse” composed by Marc Bolan from A Beard of Stars (1970) on Blue Thumb

11:32PM Nick Drake “I Was Made to Love Magic” composed by Nick Drake from Time of No Reply (1986) on Hannibal

11:35PM Forest “Fading Light” from Forest (1969) on Harvest

11:40PM Trees “The Garden Of Jane Delawney” composed by Trees from The Garden of Jane Delawney (1970) on CBS

11:47PM Tim Buckley “Wayfaring Stranger / You Got Me Runnin' (Live)” from Dream Letter - Live In London 1968 (2004) on Manifesto Records

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KMUN Day of the Velvet Voice playlist 1 August 2011

10:30PM Extradition “I Feel the Sun” from Hush (1971) on P-Vine Records

10:33PM Amber “Sing in the Sunlight” from Pearls of Amber (1971)

10:38PM Marissa Nadler “The Sun Always Reminds Me of You” composed by Marissa Nadler from Marissa Nadler (2011) on Box of Cedar Records

10:43PM Owen Hand “You, Like The Sun” from Something New / I Loved A Lass (1999) on Pier Records — Originally released in 1965/66

10:47PM Francoise Hardy “Soleil” from Soleil (1970) on Sonopresse

10:41PM T. Rex “Suneye” composed by Marc Bolan from T. Rex (1970) on reprise

10:44PM Nick Drake “Things Behind The Sun” composed by Nick Drake from Pink Moon (1972) on Island Records

10:49PM Nick Castro “Sun Song” composed by Nick Castro from Further from Grace (2005) on Strange Attractors Audio House (

10:54PM Larry and Myra “Cool in the Evening Sun” from Eat the Day (1970) on The Alien Nation

10:57PM Mary McCaslin “With the Sun In My Eyes” from Goodnight Everybody (1969) on Barnaby

11:01PM Donovan “SUN” composed by Donovan Leitch from A Gift From a Flower to a Garden (1967) on Epic Records

11:05PM Dantalion's Chariot “Sun Came Bursting Through My Cloud” from Dantalion's Chariot (2006) on Wooden Hill (

11:08PM Birch Book “Crack of the Sun” composed by B'eirth from Songs to the Sun for the Dog Days of Summer (2011) on self released (  /

11:11PM Lesley Duncan “Sunshine (Send Them Away)” from Sing Children Sing (1971) on CBS

11:15PM Foggy “How Come the Sun” from Simple Gifts (1972) on decca — Produced by Dave Cousins and Tony Hooper

11:19PM Relatively Clean Rivers “Hello Sunshine” from Relatively Clean Rivers (1975) on Pacific

11:23PM Bob Smith “Sunlight Sweet” from The Visit (1970) on Virgo

11:27PM Gandalf the Grey “Sunshine Down the Line” from The Grey Wizard am I (1972) on Grey Wizard Music

11:32PM Plastic People of the Universe “The Sun (fragment)” from Muž bez uší (live recordings 1969-72) (2002) on Globus

11:34PM Zakarrias “Sunny Side” from Zakarrias (1971) on Deram

11:38PM Amphora “Waitin' (For the Sunlight)” from Dutch Rare Folk (2008) on ZYX Music

11:43PM Wooden Wand & The Sky High Band “Rolling One Sun Blues” from Second Attention (2006) on Kill Rock Stars

11:47PM Bridget St John “I Like to Be With You In the Sun” from Ask Me No Questions (1969) on Cherry Red Records

11:50PM Ghost “Orange Sunshine” from Temple Stone (1997) on Drag City

11:55PM Trance To The Sun “Lotus Lantern V.7” from The Blue Obscurities (2011) on Projekt

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