Tag Archives: Guest DJ

Martha Wash – It’s Raining Men

As best I can tell, this song hasn't ever been played 'round these parts, and it feels like an appropriate way to close out my guest DJ week.

In all seriousness, thanks to everyone for voting and commenting and just generally making this week far more fun than I ever expected. 😘

Book pairing: Weather Words and What They Mean by Gail Gibbons

2 votes, average: 9.00 out of 102 votes, average: 9.00 out of 102 votes, average: 9.00 out of 102 votes, average: 9.00 out of 102 votes, average: 9.00 out of 102 votes, average: 9.00 out of 102 votes, average: 9.00 out of 102 votes, average: 9.00 out of 102 votes, average: 9.00 out of 102 votes, average: 9.00 out of 10 (2 votes, average: 9.00 out of 10)
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Sleigh Bells – Crown on the Ground

I was recently reminded of the fabulous comments generated by this song, so I decided to check out whether Sleigh Bells had any live songs about topics other than A Machines and B Machines. Turns out, there were a bunch of options to choose from.

I wasn't expecting to really like what I found, but I actually like it quite a lot.

Book Pairing: Crown: An Ode to the Fresh Cut by Derek Barnes, illustrated by Gordon C. James

2 votes, average: 8.00 out of 102 votes, average: 8.00 out of 102 votes, average: 8.00 out of 102 votes, average: 8.00 out of 102 votes, average: 8.00 out of 102 votes, average: 8.00 out of 102 votes, average: 8.00 out of 102 votes, average: 8.00 out of 102 votes, average: 8.00 out of 102 votes, average: 8.00 out of 10 (2 votes, average: 8.00 out of 10)
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Aizuri Quartet – Carrot Revolution

Welcome to Pepper week!

DG played something else by this quartet last year, which let me to this wonderful piece composed by Gabriella Smith.

And if you're curious (as I was), according to their website, "the Aizuri Quartet draws its name from 'aizuri-e,' a style of predominantly blue Japanese woodblock printing that is noted for its vibrancy and incredible detail."

Book pairing: Creepy Carrots by Aaron Reynolds, illustrated by Peter Brown.

4 votes, average: 8.75 out of 104 votes, average: 8.75 out of 104 votes, average: 8.75 out of 104 votes, average: 8.75 out of 104 votes, average: 8.75 out of 104 votes, average: 8.75 out of 104 votes, average: 8.75 out of 104 votes, average: 8.75 out of 104 votes, average: 8.75 out of 104 votes, average: 8.75 out of 10 (4 votes, average: 8.75 out of 10)
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The Feelies – Slipping Into Something

I couldn't find any evidence of The Feelies being played here before so here you go. Nice Saturday Morning song, with a guitar jam at the end.

Fun early video. These guys were a great, kinda cultish, band that mostly played on the east coast but made forays west as well. Their discography is on all the streaming services if interested.

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