episode #259 – hey moon

A special moon-themed birthday episode for Jack, starting with Jill Barber singing us to sleep with a lullaby. Then, the inimitable John Maus welcomes the guest of honour by singing along to Molly Nillson.

We sample alt/indie history with some Echo & the Bunnymen, Cat Power, and Radiohead. And we hear Sandro Perri and Mark Kozelek from, See You on the Moon!, the great Canadian indie kids’ album.

Air can never get enough of the moon, it seems, so we wrap it all up with a post-Moon Safari visit to a an intergallactic lounge, because the future should be rad like that.  Send us your favourite anit-/bittersweet/angsty/lovey love songs for next week’s show, and thanks for listening!

  1. Jill Barber – Lullaby (Mischievous Moon)
  2. John Maus – Hey Moon (We Must Become The Pitiless Censors Of Ourselves)
  3. Joel Plaskett – In The Blue Moonlight (Three – Two)
  4. Belle & Sebastian – Waiting For The Moon To Rise (Fold Your Hands Child, You Walk Like A Peasant)
  5. Cat Power – You May Know Him (Moon Pix)
  6. You Say Party! We Say Die! – Moon (Lose All Time)
  7. Echo & the Bunnymen – The Killing Moon (Ocean Rain)
  8. Sunset Rubdown – Silver Moons (Dragonslayer)
  9. Kelley Polar – My Beauty In The Moon (Love Songs Of The Hanging Gardens)
  10. Feist – My Moon My Man (The Reminder)
  11. Glissandro 70 – Voices are Your Best Friend (See You On The Moon! Songs For Kids Of All Ages)
  12. Mark Kozelek – Leo and Luna (See You On The Moon! Songs For Kids Of All Ages)
  13. Iron & Wine – Half Moon (Kiss Each Other Clean)
  14. Radiohead – Sail to the Moon (Acoustic Recording)
  15. Air – Le Voyage De Penelope (Moon Safari)
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