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Listen to Missy Elliott and Daniel Romano in the House of Strombo
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Published

May 23, 2016

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The Strombo Show with George Stroumboulopoulos
The Stombo Show, May 22, 2016

Listen to the May 22, 2016, episode of the Strombo Show. 

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"No detail or time on the throw-away line
Now brawn is the victor the loser the mind
If not for the ruins of what was once done
No beauty for anyone.” — Daniel Romano, “(Gone is) All But a Quarry of Stone”

The Strombo Show ran the gamut this Sunday night, keeping the spirit of radio alive by delivering the best records in the best order. It's a show for music lovers by music lovers, ranging over three hours of commercial-free music to honour both old and new.

It has been 15 years since Missy Elliott dropped fire with "Get UR Freak On." The legendary hip-hop icon visited the program to take us to that moment, explore the influential trail that she's burned since then, talk about the anxiety of her surprise Super Bowl performance and the role of female MCs today.

Daniel Romano is the king of mosey. His Juno-nominated, prolific, chameleonic artistry is known thanks to his collaborations with Julie Doiron, Frederick Squire, City nd Colour and, of course, Attack in Black, but Romano has truly found his home as a solo performer. His ability not to genre-identify finds his sounds ranging from countrypolitan to Britpop, spaghetti western to country soul. He's a transformer man, and even with his release of his latest album, Mosey, this week, he announces that he'll be packaging another album, entitled Ancient Shapes.

Also, we premiered brand spankin' new tunage from Adam Baldwin, the Velveteins and Nico Yaryan. We remembered those legends who passed on recently: Prince, Isao Tomita, John Stabb of Government Issue and OG Beastie Boys member John Barry.

You know what to do: Lock it. Crank it! Join the collective.

Magnificent 7

Jessy Lanza, "VV Violence"
River Tiber, "Acid Test"
Arkells, "Private School"
Chance The Rapper, "No Problem"
BadBadNotGood, "Time Moves Slow (Ft. Sam Herring)"
Hannah Georgas, "Don't Go"
Skepta, "Lyrics (Ft. Novelist)"

Playlist

Misfits, "Where Eagles Dare"
Jessy Lanza, "VV Violence"
The Range, "Florida"
Jimi Hendrix, "Voodoo Child (Slight Return) (Live '70)"
River Tiber, "Acid Test"
Public Enemy, "Prophets of Rage"
Rage Against the Machine, "Take The Power Back"
Missy Elliott, "Get UR Freak On"
Arkells, "Private School"
U2, "The Fly"
The Staple Singers, "City in the Sky"
Chance The Rapper, "No Problem"
Alicia Myers, "I Want to Thank You"
Adam Baldwin, "Battlescar"
The Velveteins, "Sunhat"
Nico Yaryan, "The Magic"
BadBadNotGood, "Time Moves Slow (Ft. Sam Herring)"
Holy Fuck, "Neon Dad"
Hannah Georgas, "Don't Go"
Skepta, "Lyrics (Ft. Novelist)"
Skepta, "Corn on the Curb"
Prince, "Sometimes it Snows in April"
Isao Tomita, "Clair de lune"
Government Issue, "Lie, Cheat, Steal"
Government Issue, "Time To Escape (Live '84)"
Government Issue, "Rock and Roll Bullshit"
Nina Simone, "To Love Somebody (Live '68)"
Tom Waits, "Yesterday is Here"
Irma Thomas, "I Done Got Over It"
Alice Coltrane, "Turiya And Ramakrishna"
Daniel Romano, "(Gone Is) All But A Quarry Of Stone (Strombo Session)"
Daniel Romano, "Hunger Is A Dream You Die In (Strombo Session)"
Propagandhi, "Rock For Sustainable Capitalism"
Daniel Romano, "Look At Me (TV Freaks Cover) (Strombo Session)"
Beastie Boys, "Egg Raid On Mojo"
Radiohead, "Present Tense"
Radiohead, "Tinker Tailor Soldier Sailor Rich Man Poor Man Beggar Man Thief"
Radiohead, "True Love Waits"
Harpers Bizarre, "Witchi Tai To"

For further musical exploration with George Stroumboulopoulos, tune in to The Strombo Show every Sunday night on CBC Radio 2 or CBC Music from 8 to 11 p.m. for three hours of uninterrupted music for music lovers.