Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Eating Out

Photo courtesy of this man

I fully intend to wax excited about more of my Folk Fest discoveries, but today is Tuesday. And that means it's Contrast Podcast day! To celebrate the sixty-ninth episode, SAS Radio served up a theme that's laden with double entendres: Dinner for Two. I think this is a meal that's best not shared with the kiddies. But if you do care to dine with us, help yourself to the buffet over here, or else place your order via the helpful RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/ContrastPodcast.

Bon appetit!

(00:53) Gary Duncan - The cunnilingus song
SAS Radio
(04:56) Goldie Lookin’ Chain - You knows I love you
Dweller from Child without an iPod
(10:05) Belle & Sebastian - Dirty dream no.2
Jim from Quick before it melts
(14:40) Eve Boswell - Pickin’ a chicken
Mark from Cinema du Lyon
(17:14) Caia - Afterwards @ the bar
Marcy from Lost in your inbox
(21:52) Dogs Die in Hot Cars - Eat me, don’t eat me
Linda from Speed of dark
(24:30) The Beatles - Please please me
Crash from Pretending life is like a song
(26:45) The Bloodhound Gang - Foxtrot uniform charlie kilo
James from Jamesisadork
(30:11) James Hunter - People gonna talk
Ross from Just gimme indie rock
(33:41) Tim Young - Amour for sure
Tim from The face of today
(36:38) Ben Webster - You’re mine you
ZB from So the wind won’t blow it all away
(40:12) Thee Headcoatees - Fish pie
FiL from Pogoagogo
(44:20) The Jam - Going underground
Greg from Broken Dial
(47:49) Aimee Mann - Driving with one hand on the wheel
Tom from Better in the dark
(51:20) BOB - Convenience
Ally from dustysevens
(55:21) Rufus Wainwright - Dinner for eight
Hiram from The Harvey Girls
(01:00:18) Tom Waits - Goin’ down slow
Steve from Domino Rally
(01:03:30) Unrest - Food & drink synthesizer
Conrad from 4AD 4EVR

As usual, I had trouble choosing from the menu. So here are the other dishes that I considered serving up this week:

Kiss - Room Service (buy here)
Baby, I could use a meal!

The King Khan & BBQ Show - What's For Dinner? (buy here or e-here)
Why, BBQ, of course...

Consolidated - The Sexual Politics of Meat (buy here)
Meat is murder? If only it were so simple; meat is the expression of patriarchal oppression, therefore each carnivorous act is at best an acquiescence to, and at worst a conscious reaffirmation of the dominant masculine societal hegemony. Cor, I could really go for a grilled sausage right now. Oh, bugger, that's torn it...

As Tim will be away, the next couple of Contrast Podcast episodes have already been crafted. Next week, come listen to a game of DJ Russian Roulette...