[OutVoice] QMH for July: The Sonia & Disappear Interview

jddoyle1 jddoyle1 at aol.com
Fri Jul 2 14:46:46 EDT 2010


QMH for July: The Sonia & Disappear Interview
http://www.queermusicheritage.com/jul2010.html 
 
I'm very pleased this month to bring you a special two-hour career interview with SONiA. SONiA Rutstein and her sister Cindy Frank released their first album as Disappear Fear in 1988, and in various incarnations twelve more albums followed over the years. We start off with her new album “Blood, Bones & Baltimore,” which is a visit to Blues Americana and a delight. And my site features an extensive gallery of her recordings.
 
Part 1 – 57:43
SONiA & Disappear Fear – Biggest Baddest Heart (2010) 
SONiA Interview (2010)
SONiA & Disappear Fear – Pack of Newport (2010) 
SONiA & Disappear Fear – Don’t Make me Wrong (2010) 
SONiA & Disappear Fear – You Got Me (2010) 
Girl Friday – Back to Back (1984)
Disappear Fear – From Baltimore to Anywhere (1988) 
Disappear Fear – Christmas Makes Me Realize (1988) 
Disappear Fear – Sexual Telepathy (1989) 
Disappear Fear – Box of Tissues (1992) 
Disappear Fear – Moment of Glory (1994) 
Disappear Fear – Who’s So Scared (1994) 
Disappear Fear – BYOG (Bring Your Own God) (1996) 
SONiA & Disappear Fear – Call Me SONiA (2010) 
 
Part 2 – 61:47
SONiA of Disappear Fear – Fallin’ (1998) 
SONiA & Disappear Fear - Cayendo (Fallin’) (2007)   
SONiA of Disappear Fear – Me, Too (1999) 
Mark Weigle & SONiA – Other Houses (2000) 
SONiA – I Just Don’t Know What To Do With Myself (2000) 
SONiA – No Bomb Is Smart (2004) 
SONiA – No Bomb Is Smart (Pop Radio Dance Mix) (2006)  
SONiA – Won’t Let Go (2004) 
SONiA – Obviously (2005) 
SONiA & Disappear Fear – Is There Anybody Here (2005) 
SONiA & Disappear Fear – By My Silence (2008) 
Laura Cerulli Comment (2010)
Sarah Pinsker – Sweet & Strange (2000)  
Sam Weiser & SONiA – Rise (2010) 
SONiA of Disappear Fear – Grass For The Lamb (1999) 
 
You can stream or download the show anytime, at 
http://www.queermusicheritage.com/jul2010.html 
 
Thanks for listening, 
JD Doyle 
 
http://www.OutRadio.com 
http://www.QueerMusicHeritage.com 
And co-producer of Audiofile, the monthly 
radio review of CDs of interest to the GLBT 
communities, airing on over 200 stations 
around the world on This Way Out. 
The Audiofile site is at www.Audiofile.org 
All segments of all three shows are archived


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