This week we'll look at known knowns, known unknowns and unknown unknowns. For several weeks, half a dozen great songs have lingered on the desktop as I've looked for ways to include them on the show. They are by unknown, unsigned artists, well known indie bands and arena popular stars. All podsafe. This week I'll string them together and let you guess who they are. Film at 11.
We started with Dub disco titans The Orb from The Dream' CD. Check out episode 111 for a more extensive look at the band and the orb.com. That was followed by New York's 46 Bliss, a band gaining a big following in indie circles. Find more from this great group at www.myspace.com/46bliss. It was followed by newcomer Ellen Vate's 'Deeply Loaded' from the German net label http://konsum-productions.com. We also heard from Ann Wilson and Elton John's 'Where to now St. Peter' and The Entry's 'Life Cabaret Severin 24's remix' found at http://www.alpinechic.net. Few artists can paint a more vivid musical picture like legendary street troubadour Tom Waits. We pulled that from his 'Real Gone' release. Find more at www.epitaph.com/artists/artist/186
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Thanks for listening. I'm Jim Nye.