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If you tuned in to the Rock Garden Tour last Thursday night on KCFS 94.5 you noted that it sounded a little different. Corporate gave the crew the night off in recognition of another fine growing season. So instead of replaying a show from the archive, I (Flowerman) held up in the studio all alone, no in studio audience, no sound effects technician, no fact checker, no Oil Can, no Badger, no spotlight operator, no Tonya, no overhead projector, no muted horn bill sound effects, no nothing, just me, just you, just music. I called it a post-harvest-listener-appreciation-type-o-deal. The Rock Garden Tour that you know and like as more than a friend will resume broadcast next Thursday night, of course you can hear us tonight at 7pm (a repeat of our live recording at this year's CFEL State Convention) on SDPB Radio and again on tomorrow night at 11pm. 

So here it is then, the playlist from last Thursday night's show on KCFS:

Mr. Scruff – Ambiosound

The Music Explosion – Little Bit O' Soul

Electric Guitars – Work

Geggy Tah – Lotta Stuff (Sent it out to Julie who was cleaning her car)

Twin Shadow – Slow (Sent it out to John, who wanted to hear something that sounded extra terrestrial)

Hoodoo Gurus – Like Wow – Wipeout!

Pixies – Gigantic (Sent it out to Scott Gibson, our Garretson Correspondent, he wanted to hear something from the 90's in honor of Madeleine Albright who was speaking at Augustana College)

Hasil Adkins – You Don't Love Me (Played it for some kid who wanted to hear some rockabilly)

Cat Fight – Mamie Van Doren 

The Beach Boys – I'd Love Just Once To See You (Played for Steve Bormes, our spotlight operator, who wanted to hear something that would help him study up for his eye exam)

Frank Black & The Catholics – If It Takes All Night 

Jeff Mangum – Sign The Dotted Line

Parts and Labor – Nowheres Nigh

The Unknowns – Not My Memory (Sent it out to a kid that wanted to hear something he could dance to)

Stornoway – We Are The Battery Human

Bob Dylan – Hard Times In New York Town

The Stanley Brothers – If I Lose (Played it for a guy who wanted to hear some 'funky bluegrass')

Joe McCoy and The Memphis Minnie – I'm Going Back Home

The Magnetic Fields – I Don't Want To Get Over You (Dedicated to someone who wanted to hear a break up song)

The National – Start A War

Johnson Mkhalali – Joyce No. 2 (Played it because the previous 2 songs were good all be it kind of sad, Joyce No. 2 was the happiest song on my playlist)

Mavis Staples – Creep Along Moses

Ra Ra Riot – Boy

The Mountain Goats – Seed Song

Prescott Curlywolf – Gold In The Mud

Brother Earth – Sunny Side Of The Street

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