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Friday, January 17, 2014 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

THE WEEKEND STARTS HERE...

... with THE MINUTEMEN! San Pedro, California's greatest musical export took apart rock, jazz and funk and put the pieces back together in a jagged collage. They are caught here in an acoustic session for a cable-access show from Hollywood, circa 1985. Your setlist includes "The Meter Man," "Corona," "Themselves," "The Red And The Black" (Blue Öyster Cult), "Badges, "I Felt Like Gringo," "Time" (Richard Hell), "Green River" (Creedence Clearwater Revival), "Lost" (Meat Puppets), "Ack Ack Ack," "Ain't Talkin' Bout Love" "History Lesson Part II," "Tour Spiel" and "Little Man With A Gun In His Hand."

SHARON JONES & THE DAP-KINGS stopped by Morning Becomes Eclectic for a session.

JAMES VINCENT McMORROW stopped by WFUV's Studio A for a mini-set.

MIDLAKE plays the mdday show at KEXP.

BIG STAR, Live in Cambridge, Mass., March 31, 1974.

ELEPHANT drops "Elusive Youth" as a single ahead of their next LP.

TROGGS: "With a Girl Like You," live.

CYNTHIA WEIL & BARRY MANN, who wrote the most-aired song of the 20th Century, talk to WNYC Soundcheck about the Brill Building Era and share the backstory about some of the most popular -- and some of the least known -- songs from their huge songwriting catalog. 

ANGEL OLSEN talks to The Line Of Best Fit about putting a band together and her latest LP.Check out "Hi-Five."

LONE JUSTICE: A lost album from the "Where Are They Now?" file.

THE 40 (OR 100) MOST ANTICIPATED RELEASES of 2014, according to Pitchfork and Stereogum.

CUTOUT BIN: From REM to The Contours, from Wilco to Scott Walker, from Warren Zevon to the Dum Dum Girls, plus the Flamingos, Yo La Tengo, Jagwar Ma, Robyn Hitchcock and more -- this Friday's fortuitous finds are streaming from the Pate page at the ol' HM.

NOW SHOWING:This weekend's wide releases include: The Nut Job, which is currently scoring 14 percent on the ol' Tomatometer; Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit, which is currently scoring 67 percent; Ride Along, currently scoring 21 percent; and Devil's Due, scoring 30 percent.

THE OSCARS NOMINATIONS went to these folks.  But not to these folks. Nominees talked to Deadline about the unsung heroes of their films.

THE CRITICS' CHOICE MOVIE AWARDS went to these folks.

JUSTIN BIEBER is worried about what cops are going to find on his cell phone.

RUSSELL JOHNSON, an actor who made a living by often playing villains in westerns until he was cast as the Professor on the hit sitcom Gilligan’s Island, died on Thursday at his home in Bainbridge Island, Wash. He was 89.

DAVE MADDEN, who played the child-hating agent on the hit 1970s sitcom The Partridge Family, died in Florida on Thursday at age 82.

ZOE SALDANA & SAM  WORTHINGTON sign on for three Avatar sequels. Oy.

TRACE ADKINS checks into rehab.

STEVEN SPIELBERG tops the new Forbes list of Most Influential Celebrities.

TURKEY: Authorities referred 13 of 28 suspected al Qaeda members to court after their recent arrest; the remaining suspects are still being interrogated. Among those arrested are al Qaeda's alleged senior member in Turkey, Halis B., along with the terror group's second-in-command in the Middle East, İbrahim Şen.

LIBYA: The U.S. military cannot hunt down and kill people responsible for the deadly 2012 attack on an American compound in Benghazi, Libya, as long as the terrorists are not officially deemed members or affiliates of al Qaeda, newly declassified transcripts from congressional hearings show. The evidence of involvement by al Qaeda-affiliated groups has become a hot potato in domestic US politics.

BLAZE THE HUSKY does not want to visit the kennel.

A SPIDER MONKEY is expected to be placed in quarantine after biting an employee at a Vermilion, OH, car dealership.

A BULL on the lam for more than six months in Germany was captured by a farmer who fed it grain spiked with vodka.

THE SQUIRREL THREAT: If you see something, say something.

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