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CFTP turns 21

Permanent Crap From The Past archives here.

Do what you know. Know what you feel. Don’t forget Michael McDonald.

Magical Maiden Tour South America 2012!!!

Scottie Miller, great keyboardist from the Twin Cities stopped by the studio. In addition to his own career, he’s a member of Ruthie Foster’s band (KFAI is bringing them to Hopkins on Tuesday). He’ll also be playing Freewheelin’ 1st Friday on Feb. 1 at Harriet Brewing (plus Mary Cutrufello and her band). New music included Anders Osborne, Aaron Neville, Lucinda Williams, and Brian Laidlaw & The Family Trade. Plus the usual eclectic mix from multiple genres. Click “Episode Details” to see the playlist. Note, you may also link to the archives from that page. As always, I thank you for listening to the show.

Sean returns to the studio after a two-week hiatus with his arms full of new music; however, his lack of preparedness gets the better of him.

Tune in and listen as the wheels come off slowly come off the program to this amazing setlist — including new songs from FUZZ, BLEACHED, TWERPS, UNKNOWN MORTAL ORCHESTRA, and BIG EYES!

No Wave and punk New York and Minneapolis late ’70s – early ’80s honoring the life and music of Steve Kramer (The Wallets, James Chance and the Contortions). During the 2nd hour, Sean Anonymous broke out exclusive hot off the press “Brick by Brick” single in advance of his Jan. 24 Birthday Bash at the Triple Rock Social Club!

Remembering musical powerhouse and creative spirit, Steve Kramer. With a special interview from friend and fellow musician, Kristian Hoffman. Kristian and Steve played in the third (and final) line-up of the Contortions, with James Chance and Bradley Field; and were roommates for a spell in New York before the “Minneapolis Mafia” returned to Minnesota to form the Wallets. A heartfelt tribute to a gifted and eclectic artist.

Catch Kristian Hoffman’s fabulous internet radio show, Pepperland Spicerack, every Sunday afternoon on Luxuria Music.

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