KMUN Day of the Velvet Voice playlist 29 July 2013

10:00PM Tim Buckley “Song of the Magician” composed by Tim Buckley from Tim Buckley (1966) on Rhino/Elektra

10:05PM Kristen Noguès “Enez Rouz” from Marc'h Gouez (1976) on Nevenoe

10:11PM T. Rex “Root of Star” from T. Rex (1970) on Reprise Records

10:14PM Pegasus “Jack Tarr” composed by Traditional from Pegasus (1979) on Universe Productions

10:18PM Sandy Denny “Fhir a' Bhata (The Boatmen)” composed by Traditional from Sandy Denny Live at the BBC (2007) on Universal Island Records Ltd.

10:23PM Jose Gonzalez “Veneer” from Veneer (2005) on Hidden Agenda Records

10:26PM Zachary Cale “Unfeeling” composed by Zachary Cale from Blue Rider (2013) on All Hands Electric Official release date is 24 Septembre

10:31PM Caetano Veloso “Clarice” from Caetano Veloso (1968) on Philips

10:37PM Chimera “Lady With Bullets In Her Hair” from Chimera (2002) on Tenth Planet — reissue

10:41PM The Story “Dappled Stream” from Acrane Rising (2007) on Sunbeam

10:45PM The Incredible String Band “Born In Your Town (The Chelsea Demo Sessions, 1967)” from The Chelsea Sessions 1967 (1997) on Pig's Whisker Music

10:50PM Hossein 'Ali Fallah “Tasnīf Va So 'Āl Va Javāb-e Kemenche” from The Music Of Islām - Volume Twelve: Music Of Iran (1998) on Celestial Harmonies

10:58PM Phil Trainer “LEAVE ME ALONE” from Trainer (1972) on BASF

11:03PM Pererin “Titrwm Tatrwm” from Haul Ar Yr Eira (1980) on Gwerin

11:07PM Julie Covington “For Instance” from The Beautiful Changes (1971) on EMI Columbia

11:10PM Pete Fine “Moo” from On A Day Of Crystaline Thought (2000) on Shadoks Music — reissue

11:16PM Ilous et Decuyper “Berceuse” from Dirty French Psychedelics (2009) on DIRTY SOUND SYSTEM (

11:19PM Baris Manco “Vur Ha Vur” from 2023 (1975) on Yavuz Plak

11:22PM Zachary Cale “Hold Fast” composed by Zachary Cale from Blue Rider (2013) on All Hands Electric Official release date is 24 Septembre

11:27PM Fit & Limo “Dark Star” from The Serpent Unrolled (1998) on September Gurls

11:36PM Peter Howell & John Ferdinando “A-Sitting On The Gate” from Alice Through the Looking Glass (1969) on Tenth Planet

11:41PM Jane Weaver “Like an Aspen Leaf” from Cherlokalate (2007) on Bird

11:44PM Westwind “How Many Stars” from Love Is... (1970) on Penny Farthing

11:47PM Kitchen Cynics “The Weaver Lass” from master of the fuzzy fadeout (2004) on Les Enfants Du Paradiddle (

11:51PM Kevin Ayers “Stars” from Odd Ditties (1976) on Harvest Heritage

11:55PM Agape “La Fin Des Temps” composed by Marc Lebel, Dupéré from Le Troisième Seuil (1972) on Editions RM

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KMUN Day of the Velvet Voice playlist 15 July 2013

10:00PM Tim Buckley “Song of the Magician” from Tim Buckley (1966) on Rhino/Elektra

10:05PM Marie Celeste “SUMMERTIME” from And Then Perhaps (1971) on Audio Archives

10:09PM Yonca Stüdyo Orkestrası “Yekte” from TRT Ara Müzikleri LP 1 (1977) on Yonca

10:13PM Leonard Cohen “We Cry Out” composed by Leonard Cohen from Master Poems (1964) on Cohen the Barbarian

10:16PM Mark Fry “Song for Wild” composed by Mark Fry from Dreaming With Alice (1972) on Akarma Italy

10:19PM Winter Flowers “Pebble or Mountain” from The Chapin Sisters/ Winter Flowers (2007) on Manimal Vinyl Records

10:25PM Anonyma “SEAGULL” from Burnt Feathers (1986) on Fellside

10:30PM Donovan “Song of the Naturalist's Wife” from A Gift From a Flower to a Garden (1967) on Epic Records

10:33PM Amory Kane “Evolution” from Just to Be There (1970) on CBS

10:40PM Sally Eaton “Flowers In the Air” from Farewell American Tour (1970) on Paramount Records

10:46PM The Youngsters “I Wanna Be Your Man” from Neurastêncio / I Wanna Be Your Man (1969) on Polydor

10:49PM Lula Côrtes & Jarbas Mariz “Forro Pro Mundo Inteiro (Forro For The Whole World)” from Bom Shankar Bolenath (1988) on Continental

10:53PM Shocking Blue “Hot Sand” from Shocking Blue (1970) on Pink Elephant

10:56PM Sabir “Erimos” from Fones (2004) on Versethiq

11:02PM The Owl Service “Turpin Hero” from A Garland of Song (2008) on Southern

11:07PM Brigitte Fontaine “Lettre à monsieur le chef de gare de la tour Carol” from Comme à la radio (1972) on Saravah

11:13PM Saddhu Brand “I Give You Johnnée The Truth” from Whole Earth Rhythm (1970) on Anna Chakraborty's Musical Sewing Machine

11:19PM Izukaitz “Xori Bele” from Izukaitz (1978) on Elkar Xoxoa

11:26PM Mellow Candle “Reverend Sisters” from Swaddling Songs (1972) on Deram

11:31PM George Romanos “Balandes 06” from Balandes (1965)

11:34PM Perry Leopold “The Windmill” composed by Perry Leopold from Christian Lucifer (1973) on Gear Fab Records

11:43PM Keith Christmas “The Fawn” from Fable Of The Wings (1970) on B & C Records

11:48PM Folkal Point “Victoria Dines Alone” from Folkal Point (1971) on MIDAS

11:53PM Eclection “CONFUSION” from Eclection (1968) on elektra

11:57PM Кобза “Zajczyk” from Кобза (1971) on Мелодия

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KMUN Day of the Velvet Voice playlist 8 July 2013- Summer!!!

10:00PM Thistletown “The Sun Is Coming Out” from Rosemarie (2008) on Big Bertha

10:05PM The Zodiac : Cosmic Sounds “Cancer- The Moonchild” composed by Mort Garson from The Zodiac : Cosmic Sounds (1967) on elektra

10:09PM King Crimson “Moonchild Including The Dream And The Illusion” composed by King Crimson from In The Court of the Crimson King (1969) on Island Records

10:15PM Oberon “SUMMERTIME” from A Midsummer's Night Dream (1971) on Akarma

10:20PM T. Rex “Summer Deep” from T. Rex (1970) on Reprise Records

10:22PM Deena Webster “Summer Day Reflection Song” from Tuesday's Child (1968) on Parlophone

10:24PM Roy Harper “Long Hot Summer's Day” composed by Bob Dylan from Today Is Yesterday (2002)
 on Science Fiction — part of a demo recorded 1964/65 which resulted in Roy Harper's first recording contract. Recorded on an old mono Ferrograph quarter inch tape machine.

10:28PM Anne Briggs “Summer's In” from Sing a Song for You (1996) on Fledg'ling

10:33PM Birch Book “Stray Summer Song” composed by B'eirth from Songs to the Sun for the Dog Days of Summer (2011) on self

10:40PM Clive's Orignal Band “Evening Air” from Spirit of Love (1971) on CBS

10:44PM Mary Oliver “The Summer Day” composed by Mary Oliver from At Blackwater Pond: Mary Oliver Reads Mary Oliver (2006) on Beacon Press (

10:46PM Morita Doji “Dazzling Summer” composed by Morita Doji from Good Bye (1975) on Polydor

10:50PM Donovan “SUN” from A Gift From a Flower to a Garden (1967) on Epic Records

10:54PM The Sallyangie “Midsummer Night's Happening” from Children Of The Sun (1968) on Castle Music

10:58PM Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazelwood “Summer Wine” from Fairytales and Fantasies: The Best of Nancy and Lee (1990) on Rhino

11:02PM Marissa Nadler “Silver Summers” from Ivy And The Clovers (2007) on Eclipse Records

11:08PM Brigitte Fontaine “L'été l'été” from Comme à la radio (1972) on Saravah

11:12PM Catherine Howe “In the Hot Summer” from What a Beautiful Place (1971) on Reflection

11:16PM Changes “SUMMER” from Orphan In the Storm (2008) on Tesco Distribution Germany

11:19PM Shide & Acorn “SUMMER” from Princess of the Island (1994) on Kissing Spell (

11:23PM Magna Carta “Summer Poem; Summer Song” from Seasons (1970) on Vertigo

11:28PM Bob Theil “Moments Lost” from So Far (1982) on Private RGTL001 

11:32PM Meg Baird “Song For Next Summer” from Seasons On Earth (2011) on Wichita Recordings

11:38PM Steve Ashley “Silly Summer Games” from Stroll On (1974) on Gull

11:43PM Parameter “Sons of Summer” from Galactic Ramble (1971) on Shadoks Music

11:46PM Dr. Strangely Strange “SUMMER BREEZE” from Heavy Petting (1970) on Vertigo

11:50PM James Yorkston “SUMMER SONG” from The Year of the Leopard (2006) on EMI Australia

11:55PM Kings of Convenience “Summer on the Westhill” from Quiet Is The New Loud (2001) on Astralwerks

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