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Say Hello to Heaven: Tribute to Chris Cornell

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podcast cafe episode #116: Say Hello to Heaven: Tribute to Chris Cornell
mixed with love by DJ Fundi :(





Loud Love / Gun / Big Dumb Sex (Dub) / Girl U Want / Times of Trouble / Hands All Over / Ty Cobb / Pushin' Forward Back / Dusty / Dusty (Moby remix) / Black Hole Sun (acoustic) / Rhinosaur / Fell On Black Days / Fresh Tendrils / Just Like Suicide (acoustic) / Right Turn / Seasons / Limo Wreck / New Damage / Nothing Compares 2 U / Wave Goodbye / Sunshowers / Say Hello 2 Heaven


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Stamen Songs: David Bowie Tribute
Purple Reign: Prince Tributes


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The Backfloating Hedgehog



A free-range mix in one sitting, featuring Quantic / Steel Pulse / Lee "Scratch" Perry / Rashaan Roland Kirk / Four Tet / Radiohead / Tom Waits / Yo-Yo Ma / The Spinners / The B-52's / The Beatles / Nirvana / Johnny Cash / Medeski Martin & Wood / Willie Nelson / Phish / Art Blakeley / Pearl Jam / Ziggy Marley / Prince!



view the original backfloating hedgehog at http://youtu.be/zXjPQYgT25Q
djfundi@podcastcafe.org
mixed dec 2011


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Milk It : A NIRVANA MIXTAPE





After reading Charles Cross’ excellent biography of Kurt Cobain, Heavier Than Heaven, I felt moved to collect my favorite Nirvana songs in to a (digital) mixtape, mostly so I could carry around 1 hour and 30 minutes of anguished guttural dark rocknroll to tap in to when the mood called for. I have such profound and deep-felt respect and awe for Cobain & Co’s gifts as musicians, poets and avatars and this recent journey through words and music has made me appreciate anew what this powerhouse trio brought to the world. I’m continually amazed that they were only together a handful of years and only produced three studio albums, and I can’t help but wonder what Kurt would have done in following years had he kept himself alive. There is a new level of artistry and sophistication that comes through on In Utero-era recordings, as if he was only starting to bloom, and his self-inflicted early exit stands as a great tragedy for rock n roll.

This mix pulls together tracks from
Bleach, Nevermind and In Utero (mostly demos, B-sides, alt takes, etc) as well as their live albums (Reading, Portland 1989, Seattle Paramount Halloween 1991) and With the Lights Out box set.

Namaste Kurt. Here’s to hoping you’ve found your peace, and thanks for all the power chords, broken guitars and screams.



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