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Adventures In Sound And Music Wire 400 Special: Meg Woof looks back through the Epiphanies column

May 2017

During this edition of The Wire's weekly show on Resonance FM, Meg Woof read and played music from some of the Epiphanies essays contributed by artists and writers over the years. The show took place on 18 May and featured tracks from Boredoms, Cecil Taylor, John Fahey and more

Fugazi
“Do You Like Me?”
from Red Medicine
(Dischord)

The Voices Of East Harlem
Right On Be Free
from Right On Be Free
(Elektra)

Boredoms
“(Circle)”
from Vision Creation Newsun
(AKA)

Cecil Taylor
“Pemmican”
from Garden
(HatHut)

John Fahey
The Great San Bernardino Birthday Party
from The Great San Bernardino Birthday Party & Other Excursions
(Takoma)

Martin Denny
“Quiet Village”
from Exotica
(Liberty)

The Marvelettes
“Hunter Gets Captured By The Game”
from The Marvelettes
(Motown)

Saint Etienne
“Nothing Can Stop Us Now”
from Foxbase Alpha
(Warner Brothers)

Scritti Politti
“Skank Bloc Bologna”
from Skank Bloc Bologna
(St Pancras)

Robert Wyatt
“The Age Of Self”
from Old Rottenhat
(Rough Trade)

Ray Charles
“Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying”
from The Genius Of Ray Charles
(Atlantic)

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