Friday, December 30, 2005

Links of the Week
http://www.thebig8.net/index.html -
Are you old enough to remember CKLW?

http://www.burlives.com/personal.htm
A few thangs or things to think about
from the late, great Mr. Burl Ives.

Boot of the Week

Robyn Hitchcock and The Egyptians
06-14-89 The Lisner Auditorium, Washington, D.C.
FM (99.1 WHFS in Baltimore)

I Often Dream Of Trains
Superman
Bass
Swirling
Freeze
My Wife and My Dead Wife
Tropical Flesh Mandala
I'm Only You
Raining Twilight Coast
Viens of The Queen
Madonna of The Wasps
Ted Woody and Junior
Flesh Number 1
Goodnight I Say
Message For You
Balloon Man
Kingdom of Love
Raymond Chandler Evening
Listen To The Higsons

Boot-Scootin'
Year-End Retrospective


Devo - Old Waldorf, San Francisco, CA
10-NOV-78


Satisfaction
Uncontrollable Urge
Mongoloid
Jocko Homo
Smart Patrol
Mr. DNA

The Slits - Dingwall's, London
13-MAY-77


Instant Hit
Vaseline
So Tough
New Town
Love & Romance
Shoplifting
Number One enemy

Ramones, CBGB's, New York 10-77

Loudmouth
Beat on the Brat
Blitzkrieg Bop
Teenage Lobotomy
Rockaway Beach
Commando
Cretin Hop

The Doors -
live at The Matrix, San Francisco, CA - 7-MARCH-1967

When The Music's Over -


The Pop Group w/Mark Stewart
London, 15-JUNE-1980


Shake the Foundations
Thief of Fire
There Are No Spectators
How Much Longer?
We Are All Prostitutes

Wednesday, December 21, 2005

Frank Zappa 65th Birthday Special

Berlin - Deutschlandhalle 15-FEB-78 (Excerpts)

A Pound for a Brown
I Have Been In You
Flakes
King Kong
Yo Mama
Black Page 2
Jones Crusher
Little House I Used to Live In
Disco Boy
Dinah Moe Humm (Ave Maria)
Camarillo Brillo

Royal Albert Hall, London, 3-JUNE-69 (Excerpts)

Uncle Meat
drum duet
Some Ballet Music
The String Quartet
Improvisation

Osaka, Japan, 3-FEB-1976 (Excerpts)


Intro
Stink Foot
Filthy Habits
How Could I be Such a Fool
Black Napkins
Advance Romance
The Illinois Enema Bandit
Tryin' to Grow a Chin
The Torture Never Stops
Ship Ahoy

The following selections are from Rykodisc CD’s
unless otherwise noted.

Brown Shoes Dont Make It - Absolutely Free
Cheepnis - YCDTOSA
PSA - Do It Now Foundation (c. 1968)
Ship Arriving too Late to Save a Drowning Witch (title track)
Montana - Overnite Sensation
From We're Only In It For the Money (1967, restored version)

Bow Tie Daddy
Harry You're a Beast
What's the Ugliest Part of your Body?
Absolutely Free
Flower Punk

John Belushi Intro, Dancin’ Fool - Saturday Night Live, 10-21-78

Would You Go All The Way - Chunga's Revenge
Cheap Thrills - Reuben & The Jets (LP Mix)(Verve)
I Don't Wanna Get Drafted - Mystery Disc

Part 2

From Joe's Corsage (www.zappa.com)

I'm So Happy I Could Cry
Go Cry on Somebody Else's Shoulder
How Could I Be Such a Fool?
recorded in early 1966

Honey, Dontcha Want A Man Like Me? - Lather
Love of my Life - Reuben & The Jets (LP Mix)(Verve)
God Bles America live at the Whisky - Uncle Meat
Dead Girls of London - L. Shankar and FZ (Van Morrison on vocals)(unofficial)
Frog Song - Joes Domage (www.zappa.com) >
Just Might Be A One-Shot Deal - Waka/Jawaka
Waka/Jawaka - Waka/Jawaka
Interview on Australian radio, 1990 (Excerpt)
When the Lie's So Big - Broadway the Hard Way
Murder By Numbers (with Sting) - Broadway the Hard Way

14-NOV-77 Denver CO KFML Interview (incl Show spot)
Included here is The Adventures Of Greggery Peccary
(Alt version with alt ending, test pressing?).
Tape rolls on for a while after the song has ended.

“Obscenity is a Legal Term” - from Rykodisc promo CD, “Kill Ugly Radio”
Interview, Dr. Demento (excerpt)
Jelly Roll Gum Drop - Reuben & The Jets (LP Mix)(Verve)

See Also:

www.zappa.com
http://www.science.uva.nl/~robbert/zappa/
http://home.swipnet.se/fzshows/
www.zappateers.com


Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Playlist for December 14, 2005

REMEMBER:
Frank Zappa Brithday Special
Next Week, 7AM to at least 10 AM!

Link of the Week

http://elvispelvis.com/enter_fuller_up.htm

17-May-1975
Can
University Of Essex, Colchester, England

See also: http://www.spoonrecords.com/

Chain Reaction 23.00 *
Bel Air 8.24 *
Bel Air (cont) 9.46 *
Dizzy Dizzy 11.15
Pinch > Mother Sky 12.51 (beg of 2nd Set)
One More Night 8.45
Half Past One > 8.19
Vitamin C 5.35
Meadow Sweet > The Gypsy > 17.10
Full Moon On The Highway 25.00
Up The Floyd 3.19


Audience Recording

* from the bootleg 'Future Days And Past Nights'

Cramps – San Francisco, On Broadway 6.Nov.81

See also: http://www.thecramps.com/
http://www.carrollsweb.com/rockndog/cramps.htm

Time 57:58
Quality: EX

01 Five Years Ahead Of My Time
02 Hungry
03 Goo Goo Muck
04 She Said
05 You set my soul on fire
06 Domino
07 What’s Behind The Mask?
08 Zombie Dance
09 Primitive
10 Green Door
11 Some New Kind Of Kick
12 Strychnine
13 The Crusher
14 Beatiful Gardens
15 Hanky Panky
16 Drug Train
17 Fever
18 Save It

Twink - The Broken Record (exzcerpts) (http://www.negativland.com/nmol/seeland.html#twinkbroken)

King Crimson - Thrak (excerpts) (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/King_Crimson)

Tuesday, December 06, 2005

Playlist for December 7, 2005

Link of the Week:
http://elvispelvis.com/enter_fuller_up.htm

Boot of the Week


Number 1:

The Beach Boys
SMiLE - a STEREO reconstruction
(or "Not another damn SMiLE mix??!!??")
by Purple Chick

see also: http://www.cokemachineglow.com/reviews/beachboys_smileysmile1967.html

SBD > ? (many varied sources, I'm sure) >
'original' CDR > EAC > FLAC > you

1: Our Prayer/Gee
2: Heroes And Villians
3: Roll Plymouth Rock
4: Barnyard
5: Old Master Painter/You Are My Sunshine
6: Cabin Essence
7: Wonderful
8: Song For Children
9: Child Is Father Of The Man
10: Surf's Up
11: I'm In Great Shape/I Wanna Be Around/Workshop
12: Vega-Tables
13: On A Holiday
14: Wind Chimes
15: Mrs. O'Leary's Cow
16: In Blue Hawaii
17: Good Vibrations

Very Unnecessary Bonus Tracks:

18: Vega-Tables (vocals only)
19: Our Prayer/Gee (mono)
20: Heroes And Villians (mono)
21: Roll Plymouth Rock (mono)
22: Child Is Father Of The Man (mono)
23: Surf's Up (alternate)
24: I'm In Great Shape/I Wanna Be Around/Workshop (mono)
25: Vega-Tables (mono)
26: In Blue Hawaii (with mono sections)
27: Good Vibrations (stereo - original lyrics)

Brian Wilson's 2004 arrangement of SMiLE as performed
by the Beach Boys back in the day. In
glorious STEREO, just like it says on the cover.
We decided to do it the way we imagined which
necessitated edits, manipulation, speed tempo
and pitch correction, etc. Despite killing
all the sacred cows it sounds mighty fine to us.

There have been many, many other attempts
at reconstructing SMiLE. This one is by far the best I've
heard. It all flows together beautifully, the
arrangements and cuts are probably as good
as we're going to get. Also, unlike any other version, it's
almost completely in stereo. I think only
"On A Holiday" is mostly mono, by necessity.
Good Vibrations really packs a punch.


Number 2:

John Lennon -
Interviewed LIVE on WHRW

June 1972 by Bob Yass
Tape courtesy of Ron Drumm
Digital re-tweezement by Doctor B.

see also: http://www.john-lennon.com/theassassinationofjl.htm

Rock Set

Ladytron - Sugar - Thinking XXX (Emperor Norton/Ryko)
Cubanate - The Horsetrader - Interference (Wax Trax)
R.Stevie Moore - Positively 4th Street - Aesthetic (www.rsteviemoore.com)
The Flashcubes - Carl (You Da Man) - This is Rock & Roll Radio vol 1 (jamrecordings dot com)
River City Rebels - 53rd and 3rd - Playing to Live (Victory)
The Rolling Stones - Growing Up Wrong - 12 X 5 (Abkco)

Space Mix Deluxe

CTEPHIN - Black - Colors
Radio India - (excerpt) - The Eternal Dream of Sound (www.sublimefrequencies.com)
K Leimer - Heart Of Stillness - Neo Realist at Risk(www.palaceoflights.com)
Sun Ra - His Band from Outer Space - Nothing Is (www.espdisk.com)
...and found audio elements...

Friday, December 02, 2005

Playlist for November 30, 2005

Links of the Week
These deal with a sensitive subject
of an adult nature. May not be work-safe.
Nonetheless it is a much more
rational take on the subject than one is likely to
find elsewhere.
Check it out if you please
and draw your own conclusions

http://www.realadultsex.com/archives/2005/11/heads_up_on_a_new_third_rail_abortion_vs_birth_con.html
http://www.realadultsex.com/archives/2005/11/third_rail_abortion_vs_contraception_take_two.html


Boots of the Week

Snakefinger & the Illusion Smashers
Marble Bar, Baltimore, MD
May 11, 1982

See also: http://www.theresidents.co.uk/snakefinger/

Eva's Warning (5:01)
I Followed George's Dream (5:00)
Living In Vain (5:21)
band intros > Beatnik Party (8:01)
instrumental (2:40)
Golden Goat (4:55)
The Model - the tapers talk (4:47)
Kill The Great Raven (4:56)
Jesus Was A Leprechaun (3:55)
Bring Back Reality (5:21)
I Love You Too Much To Respect You (3:17)
The Man In The Dark Sedan (4:29)

Encores:

Picnic In The Jungle (6:16)
Jinx (4:20)
The Spot (4:33)

Pink FLoyd - Meddled
Harvested CDR 001
Paris Cinema, London, England
September 30, 1971


See also: http://www.bbc.co.uk/music/profiles/pinkfloyd.shtml

Here it is, the infamous Meddled boot, feverishly sought after by
Floyd fans wanting to hear what Meddler was supposed to sound like
before being mistakenly edited to mono.

It came from an FM broadcast over the BBC in England. The stereo
dimension adds so much to the recording, you can actually hear very
distinctly what each band member is doing.

This Boot is just an incredible listen from start to finish. The
sound is amazing as is the performance of the Floyd. Fat Old Sun
never sounded better. It is important to note, Embryo and Blues
came from a different original source I believe. You can read all
about this title (and Meddler) at the following URL:
http://www.pf-roio.de/roio/roio-cd/meddler.cd.html


Setlist is as follows:

01 Fat Old Sun 15:29
02 One Of These Days 7:31
03 Echoes 26:35
04 Embryo 10:05
05 Blues 4:56

One of the best Floyd boot's ever made, bar none. Sit back with a
nice big fat one and enjoy the music.

Sun Ra - Heliocentric Worlds Volume 3

Label: ESP-Disk

Sun Ra: piano, tuned bongos, clavioline; Marshall Allen:
alto sax, pic, flute; Pat Patrick: bar sax; Walter Miller:
tpt; John Gilmore: t sax; Robert Cummings: b clrnt;
Ronnie Boykins: bass; Roger Blank: perc;
Other percussion instruments played by
Pat Patrick, John Gilmore. Marshall Allen, and Robert Cummings.

1 Intercosmosís Ra 17:03
2 Mythology Metamorphosís Ra 4:15
3 Helíocentríc Worlds Ra 4:16
4 World Worlds Ra 5:07
5 Interplanetary Travelers Ra 5:06

Recorded Nov 16, 1965

Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Playlist for November 23, 2005

Link of the Week:
http://www.sweetthunder.org/tapes/index.html
Here 'tis - More "found" recordings than
you can shake an Ipod at!

Boots of the Week

Link Wray
Middle East Downstairs
Cambridge, Mass.
May 22, 1998

see also: http://www.linkwraylegend.com

The Sopwith Camel
Studio outtakes, 1966 or 67

see also: http://www.sopwithcamel.com

No track listings or studio information available
for either of these recordings. Sorry!


Moog Cookbook - Black Hole Sun - first album (Restless)
The Soft Boys - The Face of Death - Raw Cuts (Overground)
John's Children (with Marc Bolan) - Desdemona - The Complete John's Children (Burning Airlines)
Rocket From the Tombs - Aint It Fun - live on WFMU June 2003
The MC5 - The American Ruse - Back In The USA (Atlantic)

Emerson Lake & Palmer - Still You Turn Me On - Brain Salad Surgery (Victory)
Jimmy Castor Bunch - It's Just Begun - It's Just Begun (RCA)
Brian Eno & John Cale - One Word - Wrong Way Up (Opal)
Tower of Power - Get Yo Feet Back On The Ground - Tower of Power (Warner Bros)
Unknown artist - Shame on you Mister Bush - DIYmedia.net
Towa Tei - I Want To Relax Please - Futurelistening (Elektra)
Frank Zappa - The Illinois Enema Bandit - YCDTOSA Vol 6 (Ryko)

Gilli Smyth - excerpt from the album Mother (Charly)
The Fugs - Virgin Forest (excerpts) - The Fugs (2nd album - www.espdisk.com)
Firesign Theatre - Thanksgiving or Pass The Indian Please - Dear Friends Radio Program 1970
Sun Ra - Heliocentric Worlds - Heliocentric Worlds Vol 3 (www.espdisk.com)
Silver Apples - Fantasies - Contact (Kapp-MCA)
DJ Me DJ You - Vital Target Area - Simplemachinerock (Emperor Norton)

Steinski & The Mass Media - The Motorcade Sped On (Tommy Boy)

Wednesday, November 16, 2005

Playlist for November 16, 2005

Link of the Week:
http://www.scdlink.com/shop/shopdisplayproducts.asp?id=31&cat=Covert
Big Brother is watching you!
Find out what he uses!


Boots of the Week

Santana
May 13, 1968 [date uncertain]
Avalon Ballroom
San Francisco, CA

The sound quality is very good FM from low gen. off-air reel.

1st set 47:04
01 Waiting 8:21
02 Treat 10:22
03 Evil Ways 8:45
04 Shades of Time 3:40
05 > Savor 5:03
06 > Jingo 10:19
07 announcer & crowd noise 0:41

2nd set 40:29
01 announcer intro & crowd noise 0:10
02 Persuasion 3:47
03 Soul Sacrifice 3:31
04 > drums 11:36
05 > Soul Sacrifice 20:44
06 talk: "Don't Go No Further..." & crowd noise 0:38

Carlos Santana: Guitar, Percussion, Vocals
Marcus Malone: Percussion
David Brown: Bass
Gregg Rolie: Keyboards, Vocals
Bob "Doc" Livingston: Drums

Probable lineage: 1st or 2nd gen. copy of off-air reel master.
KMPX-FM

The date is uncertain because of the announcer comments at the end of the first set about 5 nights coming up of benefit shows with 5 bands a night. There is a poster for Santana playing at the Avalon from May 17-19, which would be the last 3 nights of that "5 day benefit" if the date of the 13th was correct but only 2 bands and no benefit are listed on the poster for the May 17-19 run. Some people think that this is from that May 17-19 run at the Avalon, but that comment about the benefit still messes things up, because there are Avalon posters with the typical 2 bands and no mention of any benefits all the way up to the end of November 1968. After Chet Helms "Family Dog" stopped booking shows at the Avalon another promoter, "Soundproof", put on more shows at The Avalon starting in January 1969. Jerry Abram's Headlights are mentioned also by the announcer, and they did do both the '68 Family Dog Avalon shows and the '69 Soundproof shows.

Based upon all of this information, I would put the probable date as being close to the end of Chet Helms run at the Avalon. The posters for weekly Friday thru Sunday shows stopped at the end of November, 1968. Soundproof took over in January '69, so I would speculate that this show here is really from December, 1968. That would be when benefits to keep Chet Helms going at The Avalon would have been probable. The announcer doesn't say that the benefit shows would be for any other cause, and the regular scheduled weekend shows apparently had ended, so there might have been time for a 5 day Wednesday thru Sunday benefit before the Family Dog completely stopped doing shows at the Avalon...

So I am listing this as 5-13-68 [date uncertain - might actually be from December, 1968]

But I'm sure you will enjoy this no matter what!

The Housemartins
Glastonbury Fetival - June 1986
From BBC Radio 1 broadcast 30th Nov 1986.

01 Think For A Minute
02 Heaven Help Us All
03 Over There
04 Sheep
05 We're Not Deep
06 Anxious
07 Me & The Farmer
08 Happy Hour
09 I'll Be Your Shelter (Just Like A Shelter)

DJ Me DJ You - Take Your Medication - Simplemachinesrock (Emperor Norton)
Grand Master Flash - White Lines - (v.a.) SOUL (Rhino)
DJ Pantshead - Don't Believe The Sensorair - www.evolution-control.com
R Stevie Moore-Yukio Yung - Norway - The Yung & Moore Show (www.rsteviemoore.com)
R Stevie Moore - She Dont Know What to Do With Herself - Phonography (www.rsteviemoore.com)
The Raincoats - Life on the Line - The Raincoats (DGC)
The Beatles - Please Mr postman - With The Beatles (Capitol)
Timbuk 3 - Legalize Our Love - A Hundred Lovers (High Street Records)
DJ Spooky - Bill LAswell vs Vadic - Rhythm Science (Sub Rosa)
Tangerine Dream - Fly and Collision of Comas Sola - Alpha Centauri (Sanctuary)
Pink Floyd - Welcome to the Machine - Wish You Were Here (Capitol)
unknown artist - rap track - from found cassette

Tuesday, November 08, 2005

Playlist for November 9, 2005

Link of The Week:
http://tv.cream.org/extras/toys/

New entry in The Fuddler!

Boots of the Week


Boards of Canada / Christ BBC sessions

Boards of Canada - 'XYZ' unreleased peel sessions track, recorded from the original radio broadcast.

Christ - live Maida Vale (presented by John Peel).

“Christ” was once a Boards of Canada band member but left the band before they became famous. However, BOC and Christ's music have a lot in common: voice samples, haunting ambient, dreamscape like melodies.

(In case you become interested in Christ's official releases: 'Pylonesque' EP and
'Metamorphic reproduction Miracle' album are both released on the Scottish Benbecula label.
Both highly recommended).

= = = = = =

Misfits
December 20, 1978
Max's Kansas City
New York, NY

DISC #1/1 (25:29)
-----------------
01) Bullet (Omitted due to FCC issues)
02) Where Eagles Dare
03) Who Killed Marilyn
04) Horror Business
05) Static Age
06) TV Casualty
07) Hollywood Babylon
08) Teenagers From Mars
09) Children In Heat
10) Attitude
11) Blue Christmas
12) We Are 138

= = = = = =

Debbie Harry + David Thomas ( Pere Ubu ) - NBC " Nightmusic", NYC, Chelsea Studios 1989
( TV - Stereo )

1. Breath ( D. Thomas )
2. Calamari ( D. Harry )
3. Short interview with Debbie Harry ( incl. Debbie plays trombone !!! )
4. What Happened To Me ( D. Thomas )
5. ( D. Harry + D.Thomas )

A great performance of Debbie Harry together with David Thomas.

= = = = = =

Einsturzende Neubauten - Vanadium I Ching - SAE II (Mute)
Eno - Fat Lady of Limbourg - Taking Tiger Mountain by Strategy (Astralwerks)
X-Ecutioners - A Journey into Sound - Built From Scratch (Columbia)
Fat Boy Slim - Love Life - Halfway Between the Gutter and the Stars (Astralwerks)
Akiko Yano - Rose Garden - Tokyo Mobile Music Vol. 1 (Mobile Suit-Mercury)
Pastor John Rydgren - Groovin' on a Saturday Night - http://blog.wfmu.org/freeform/2005/07/pastor_john_ryd.html

Evolution Control Committee - Rocked By Rape (Plagiarhythm Nation (evolution-control.com)
Todd Rundgren - Fascist Christ - No World Order (Forward)
Beanfield - Keep On Believing - Beanfield (Compost)
Gary Numan + Tubeway Army - Are Friends Electric - Replicas (Beggars Banquet)

Bevis Frond - Solar Marmalade - Gathering of Fronds (Reckless)
Bob Holman - Story Line - In With the Out Crowd (Mercury, http://www.ubu.com/sound/holman.html)
David Bowie - Alternative Candidate - Diamond Dogs Deluxe Reissue (EMI)
Johnny Dowd - Sleep in the Grass - Total Lee (Astralwerks)
Daniel Johnston - I Killed the Monster - Artistic Vice (Shimmy Disc)
Soft Boys - Leppo & The Jooves - A Can of Bees (Ryko)
Pastor John Rydgren - Hippy version of Creation - http://blog.wfmu.org/freeform/2005/07/pastor_john_ryd.html

Mr Stick & The Plainclothed Giraffes - Osama Bin Hidin' - GBBVN@yahoo.com

Wednesday, November 02, 2005

Playlist for November 2, 2005

Link of the Week:
http://www.votergasm.com/
(May not be work-safe)

Terry Riley and Don Cherry
Koln Concert

Probably 2.23.75
With Bengt Berger on Vibes (or maybe Karl Berger)

Setlist:

1) Descending Moonshine Dervishes 19:44
2) Sunrise of the Planetary Dream Collector 8:12
3) Untitled 12:34

Kraftwerk
Cologne 1975-03-22


Ruckzuck
Kometenmelodie
Autobahn
as broadcast on German radio (WDR)

BONUS: radio interview w/ Ralph Hutter, Ohio 1978
Station and interviewer unknown

Dead Boys
11/2/1977
The Old Waldorf, San Francisco, CA


01 Sonic Reducer
02 All This And More
03 Caught With The Meat In Your Mouth
04 I Won’t Look Back
05 Not Anymore
06 What Is Love
07 Flame Thrower Love
08 Son Of Sam
09 Down In Flames
10 Search And Destroy

I announced this show as Mabuhay Gardens, 1977.
Sorry about the mix-up!

Frank Zappa Set:

Dead Girls of London (Van Morrison, Vocals) - from the Leatherette bootleg
Uncle Meat
Mr. Green Genes
We Can Shoot You
If We'd All Been Living in California...
The Air
Project X
Cruising For Burgers - Uncle Meat (Ryko)
Honey Dontcha Want A Man Like Me? - Lather (Ryko)

Evolution Control committee - I Want a Cookie - Plagiarhythm Nation (www.evolution-control.com)

Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Playlist for October 26, 2005

Link of the Week:
http://hanazuc02.ld.infoseek.co.jp/cassettes/cassettes.htm

Boot of the Week 1:

Marc Bolan and T-Rex
"Curfew at the Crack of Night"


01. Hot Love - NBC Studio 1973
02. Get It On - NBC Studio 1973
03. 20th Century Boy - Radio Bremen Studio 1973
04. Buick Mackane - Radio Bremen Studio 1973
05. Jeepster - Don Kirshner's Rock Concert 1974
06. Zip Gun Boogie - Don Kirshner's Rock Concert 1974
07. Token Of My Love - Don Kirshner's Rock Concert 1974
08. Get It On - Don Kirshner's Rock Concert 1974
09. The Groover - In Concert 1973
10. Jeepster - In Concert 1973

Boot of the week 2:
DEVO
November 10, 1978
Old Waldorf
San Francisco, CA

-----------------
01) Wiggly World
02) Pink Pussycat
03) Satisfaction
04) Too Much Paranoias
05) Praying Hands
06) Uncontrollable Urge
07) Mongoloid
08) Jocko Homo
09) Smart Patrol
10) Mr. DNA
11) Sloppy
12) Come Back Jonee (cut)
13) Gut Feeling
14) Slap Your Mammy
15) DEVO Corporate Anthem
16) Red Eye Express
17) Words Get Stuck In My Throat

MC 900 Ft Jesus - Adventures in Failure - Welcome To My Dream (IRS)
Isley Bros - Its Your Thing (7-inch - T-Neck)
Incredible Bongo Band - Apache - Bongo Rock (Strut)
Luminescent Orchestrii - Too Hot To Sleep - Luminescent Orchestrii (http://www.lumii.org/)
Ian Dury - Sex and Drugs and Rock and Roll - New Boots & Panties(Stiff)
The Kinks - A Gallon Of Gas - Low Budget (Arista)

Sugar - Needle Hits E - Besides (Ryko)
Stiff Little Fingers - State Of Emergency - Inflammable Material (EMI Int'l)
Replicants - Just What I Needed - Replicants (Zoo)
Raybeats - Andy's Plus One - Guitar Beat (Bar None)
Soft Machine - Teeth/Pigling Bland - BBC Radio 1 Live In Concert (Windsong)
Frank Zappa - Murder By Numbers - Broadway the Hard Way (Ryko)

Buzzo's Bandits - Talkin' Hemmorhoid Blues - Take a Chance (private pressing)

Wednesday, October 19, 2005

Playlist for October 19, 2005

New column in The Fuddler
Boot of the Week
Double-header

White Stripes
Toronto ON Canada
2005-09-16
Molson Amphitheatre
(excerpt)

Look Me Over Closely
Hotel Yorba
You're Pretty Good Looking (For A Girl)
Hello Operator
Death Letter
The Nurse
Forever For Her
Do
Let's Shake Hands
Walking with a Ghost (Tegan and Sara)
Ball and Biscuit > Instinct Blues > Ball and Biscuit

Frank Zappa
Interviwed on KPPC FM
Pasadena, California
(and playing his favorite vintage 7-inchers)


Program Director, LES CARTER
(Leslie "Frogman" Carter at times) brought many
amazing personalities to the airwaves at KPPC during
1968 thru 1971 including Frank Zappa on
Thanksgiving Eve 5pm - 8 pm November 27, 1968

KPPC-FM 106.7 PASADENA, CALIFORNIA
located in the basement of the Pasadena
Presbyterian Church, and broadcasting hippie rebop
from November 1, 1967 until the entire KPPC-FM
airstaff was fired on October 24, 1971

Wednesday, October 12, 2005

Playlist 10-12-05

Link of the Week
http://www.privacyinternational.org/article.shtml?cmd[347]=x-347-187899


Boot of the Week:

Richard Hell, Old Waldorf,
San Francisco, July 14, 1982


1. Kid With the Replaceable Head
2. Time
3. You Gotta Lose
4. I Can Only Give You Everything
5. Walking on the Water
6. Staring in Her Eyes
7. Blank Generation
8. Ignore That Door
9. Going Going Gone
10. Downtown at Dawn

The Bee-Gees - Any Lionhearted Christian Man... - first album (Rebound)
James Brown - Sex Machine (20 Greatest Hits (Polydor)
African Bros. - Sakatumbe - Ghana Soundz 2 (soundwayrecords.com)
The Counts - Funk Pump - Golden Classics (www.oldies.com)
DJ Jazzy Jeff - Parents Just Don’t Understand - He's The DJ, I'm The Rapper (Jive/Zomba)
Funkadelic - Cosmic Slop - Hardcore Jollies (Priority)
Sly & Robbie - Fort Augustus - Taxi Fare (Rounder)

Hapshash & The Coloured Coat - HOPP-WHy? - first album (Repertoire)
Mats/Morgan Band - Thanks for Flying with Us - Thanks for Flying with Us (www.cuneiformrecords.com)
Claudia Quintet - Drewslate - Semi-Formal (www.cuneiformrecords.com)
S.E.V.A. - The Tides of Titan - S.E.V.A. (Mush)
Charlie Peacock - Be Well, Johnny Cash - Love Press X-Curio (charliepeacock.com)
The Bad Plus - The Empire Strikes Backwards - Suspicious Activity (Columbia)

Guest Set - Doc Sonic
and his funk/soul 7-inchers


Stevie Wonder - Easygoin’ Evenin’
Jr. Walker & The All-Stars - Brainwashed Pt. 1
The Exciters - A Little Bit of Soap
Eric Burdon & The Animals - A Girl Named Sandoz
Booker T & The MG’s - Hang Em High
Freddy Robinson - The Oogum-Boogum Song
Soul Survivors - Explosion in my Soul
Donald Height - Soul Monkey Twist
The Dramatics - Gimme Some (Good Soul Music)
The Dramatics - Get Up & Get Down
General Crook - Fever in the Funkhouse
Liberated Brother - Muhammad Ali
The Happenings - Tomorrow Will Be Yesterday
Edwin Starr - Agent Double-O-Soul
Rufus Thomas - Jump Back
Claude Bolling - Jackson
Lee Dorsey - Ride Your Pony
Wilmer Alexander & The Dukes - Get It
Cupit - Squeeze Your Knees
Marvin Holmes & The Uptights - Ride Your Mule
James Brown - Make It Funky, Pt. 3
Parliament-Funkadelic- She’ll Be Comin’ Round the Mountain

Madlib - Slim's Return - Shades of Blue (Blue Note)

Tuesday, October 04, 2005

Playlist for October 5, 2005

Link of the Week:
http://www.savethecourt.org/site/c.mwK0JbNTJrF/b.1086071/k.974B/Miers_Nominated.htm

and in the interest of equal time:
http://www.committeeforjustice.org/


Boot of the Week:

FRANK ZAPPA - Februaryy15 1978
Deutschlandhalle, West Berlin, Germany

01 - Intro
02 - Dancin' Fool
03 - Peaches En Regalia
04 - The Torture Never Stops (including Rat Tomago)
05 - Tryin' To Grow A Chin
06 - City Of Tiny Lights
07 - Baby Snakes
08 - Pound For A Brown
09 - I Have Been In You (tape flip)
10 - Flakes
11 - Broken Hearts Are For Assholes *
12 - King Kong
13 - Wild Love
14 - Yo Mama (q: Mo's Vacation)
15 - Titties 'n Beer (tape flip) *
16 - Black Page #2
17 - Jones Crusher
18 - Little House I Used To Live In (including The Sheik Yerbouti Tango)
19 - Dong Work For Yuda *
20 - Bobby Brown *
21 - Envelopes
22 - Drum Solo
23 - Disco Boy
24 - Dinah-Moe Humm (including Ave Maria) (tape flip)
25 - Camarillo Brillo
26 - Muffin Man

* - Omitted from broadcast
due to FCC issues

Luminescent Orchestrii - Temple Must Burn - http://www.lumii.org/
Dexter Wansel - Latin Love - Voyager (Phila International)
Incredible Bongo Band - Apache - Bongo Rock (Strut)
Lance Lockarm - Bring the Muzik Back - http://www.kuci.org/~brianm/lancelockarm/
The Waitresses - I Know What Boys Like - Hope Springs Eternal (Island)
The Thought Criminals - More Suicides Please - http://www.thethoughtcriminals.com.au/
PSA - Radio Free Europe with Frank Sinatra (1963)
Takeshi Terauchi - Test Driver - Takeshi Terauchi and the Bunnys (WFMU)
Strawberry Alarm Clock - Strawberries Mean Love - Incense & Peppermints (MCA)
Butthole Surfers - The Colored FBI Guy - Widowermaker (Touch and Go)
Skip Spence - War In Peace - Oar (Sundazed)
Flying Burrito Brothers - My Uncle - Gilded Palace of Sin (A&M)

Tuesday, September 27, 2005

Playlist for September 28, 2005

Read my new entry in
The Fuddler
(R-rated, may not be work-safe)

Link of the Week:

http://www.nixiebunny.com/sniff/sniff.html
Forget "Reefer Madness"! This is the real deal!

Boot of the Week No. 1

Tom Waits
My Father's Place
Roslyn, NY
10.10.77

1. Standin' On The Corner
2. I Never Talk To Strangers
3. Pasties And A G-String
4. Invitation To The Blues >
5. Eggs & Sausage >
6. Depot, Depot
7. Jitterbug Boy
8. Step Right Up
9. I Wish I Was In New Orleans
10. Small Change
11. The Piano Has Been Drinking
12. Emotional Weather Report
13. Muriel
14. Medley: Jack & Neal/California, Here I Come
15. Tom Traubert's Blues

Boot of the Week 2

Art of Noise, October 1986
Hammersmith Odeon
London, England

Close (To The Edit)
Paranoimia
Legs
Moments In Love
Beatbox
Instruments Of Darkness
Backbeat
The Chameleon's Dish
Opus 4
Peter Gunn

Thought Criminals - I Won't Pay, My Mind Ain't So Open - (http://www.thethoughtcriminals.com.au/)
Ahleuchatistas - Joyous Disruptions - The Same and the Other (http://www.ahleuchatistas.com/go.php)
MAdrugada - Come on home to me - Total Lee (Astralwerks)
Einsturzende Neubauten - Sand - Strat Against Arch (Mute)
Incredible Bongo Band - Pipeline - Bongo Rock (Strut)
The Soft Pink Truth_-_Do They Owe Us A Living? - (http://www.brainwashed.com/spt/)
Thought Criminals (UK) - Smoke on the Water - (http://www.thethoughtcriminals.com/index1.html)

Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Playlist for September 21, 2005

Link of the Week:
http://stpatricksfour.org/

And in the interest of equal time:
http://www.milliron.net/ccrp/default.htm


Flo & Eddie
My Father's Place
Roslyn, NY
July 15 & 16, 1979

7-16-79

Intro
Let Us Dance
Cheap Concert
You Baby
Springsteen parody
Nikki Hoi/Hippo Limbo
She'd Rather Be With me
Living in the Jungle
Eleanor
Slide Show
Keep It Warm (tape flip)
Kamma Sutra Time
Fleetwood Mickey-D's
In The Gas Line
Da Ya Think I'm Crazy?
Eaten Alive
Kamma Sutra Time (conc)
Happy Together
We'll Give You Boogie

7-15-79

She’d Rather Be With Me
I Been Born Again
Keep It Warm (complete)

IGGY POP - NYC, Club 1018 05th april 1987 ( 92.3 FM K-Rock )
Lineup :

Iggy Pop: Vocals,
Kevin Armstrong: Guitar
Seamus Beaghen: Keyboards, Guitar
Phil Butcher: Bass
Andy Anderson: Drums

01. I Got A Right ( bad tape at the beginning )
02. Gimme Danger
03. Some Weird Sin
04. Winners & Losers
05. Real Wild Child
06. Shades
07. I Wanna Be Your Dog
08. Blah Blah Blah
09. Nightclubbing
10. Loose
11. Lust For Life
12. Five Foot One ( bad tape at the beginning )
13. China Girl
14. TV-Eye / "K-Rock review discussion "

Encore :
15. Search & Destroy
16. Sister Midnight
17. Raw Power / K-Rock Outro

Fat Boy Slim - Michael Jackson - Better Living Through Chemistry (Astralwerks)
MC 900 Ft. Jesus - The City Sleeps - Welcome To My Dream (Nettwerk)
Stephen McQuillen - Criminal Incompetence - http://badtaste4life.com/Stephen_McQuillen_-_Criminal_Incompetence_192k.mp3



Playlist for September 14, 2005

The B-52's
The Jamaica World Music Festival
Bob Marley Memorial Performing Center
Freeport Zone
Montego Bay, Jamaica
November 27, 1982

01 [cuts in] Party Out of Bounds 2:27
02 Give Me Back My Man 5:47
03 Planet Claire 3:50
04 Throw That Beat In The Garbage Can 3:51
05 Lava 4:04
06 Mesopotamia 4:11
07 6060-842 3:29
08 52 Girls 3:06
09 Dance This Mess Around 4:11
10 Rock Lobster 5:02
11 Private Idaho 3:10
12 outro goodbye & announcer 1:48

DNA
crazy al's, indianapolis, IN
10/03/81

total time 28:47

1. newest fastest
2. 5:30
3. detach
4. new new
5. 32123
6. brand new
7. horse
8. forgery
9. new fast
10. blonde red head
11. action
12. marshall
13. lying on the sofa of life

arto lindsay (guitar, vocals)
tim wright (bass guitar)
ikue mori (drums)

Sly & The Family Stone (Piknik Kasteel Groeneveld Baarn 10-09-1970)

1- Thank you
2- M'Lady
3- Simple Song
4- Stand!
5- Dance To The Music
6- I want to Take You Higher

VPRO, Holland broadcast, 1971

Clash/Palladium; New York NY 9/21/79

Safe European Home
I'm So Bored With the USA
Complete Control
London Calling
White Man In Hammersmith Palais
Koka Kola
I Fought the Law
Jail Guitar Doors
Guns of Brixton
English Civil War
Clash City Rockers
Stay Free
Clampdown
Police & Thieves
Capital Radio
Tommy Gun
Wrong 'em Boyo
Janie Jones
Garageland
Armageddon Time
Career Opportunities
What's My Name
White Riot

Tuesday, September 06, 2005

Playlist for September 7, 2005

Link of the week:
http://susiebright.blogs.com/susie_brights_journal_/2005/09/when_the_levee_.html

Susie normally writes about sexual matters in her blog. Her
latest entry, and the comments and links which follow it,
all pertain to Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath,
and are quite
edifying indeed.

Although there’s very little discussion of sex
this time around, I recommend that you surf
this link from home rather than from work.

Boot of the Week
Number One:


The Meters
Paul's Mall
Boston, MA
November 21, 1978

Setlist:
t01 Fire on the Bayou
t02 Look-Ka Py-Py
t03 Hey Now Baby
t04 Hang 'Em High, Honky Tonk Woman (tape flip)
t05 The World Is a Little Bit Under the Weather
t06 I Wanna Make It With You (tape flip)
t07 Chug Chug Chug-a-Lug
t08 Big Chief
t09 Jungle Man
t10 It Ain't No Use
t11 Hey Pocky A-Way (fade out)


Personnel:
Art "Poppa Funk" Neville - B-3, keyboards, vocals
George Porter, Jr. - bass & vocals
Joseph "Zigaboo" Modeliste - drums & vocals
Leo Nocentelli - guitar & vocals
Cyril Neville - percussion & vocals
Aaron Neville - vocals


Boot of the Week
Number Two:


Frank Zappa
29-Oct 1972,
Men's (West) Gym, Harpur College
(now Binghamton U.),

Binghamton, NY

I'm Not Satisfied, America Drinks, Montana, Farther Oblivion, Cosmik Debris, Little Dots (w/ audience participation), Don't You Ever Wash That Thing?, Imaginary Diseases, Rollo (instrumental part only)

== The Petit Wazoo Orchestra, October - December 1972 ==
FZ, Tony Duran, Dave Parlato, Jim Gordon, Bruce Fowler, Malcolm McNabb, Tom Malone, Earle Dumler, Glenn Ferris, Gary Barone.

FZ on Howard Stern’s radio show, 1987 (excerpt)
Frank Zappa - Promiscuous - Broadway the Hard Way (Ryko)

unknown artist - Shame On You Mr. Bush - http://www.diymedia.net/

Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Playlist for August 31, 2005

Link of the week:
http://www.godhatesfags.com/featured/20050831_thank-god-for-katrina.html

A rather unusual take on the recent disaster
in Louisiana
(WARNING: NOT work or family-safe)


Boot of the Week


The Doors
March 7, 1967
The Matrix Club
San Francisco, California


1. Back Door Man
2. My Eyes Have Seen You
3. Soul Kitchen
4. Get Off My Life, Woman
5. When The Music's Over
6. Close To You
7. Crawling Snake King
8. I Can't See Your Face In My Mind
9. People Are Strange
10. Who Do You Love
11. Alabama Song
12. Crystal Ship
13. Twentieth Century Fox
14. Moonlight Drive
15 Summer's Almost Gone
16. Unhappy Girl
17. The Devil Is A Woman> Sittin' Round Thinkin'> Rock Me
18. Break On Through
19. Light My Fire
20. The End

K. Leimer - Dark Form - Statistical Truth (http://www.palaceoflights.com/)
Noise from a phreaking web site (http://www.wideweb.com/phonetrips/)
(WARNING: For some reason, experimenting with the phone
system is considered illegal)
Homemade space effects from the kitchens of
Bartlemuzik Ltd.
Ever Onward (IBM company anthem, late 1940's)-http://www.fastcompany.com/articles/2001/04/corporate_songs.html
Neil Nappe - Nova - July (Audion)
George Harrison - Under the Mersey Wall - Electronic Music (Apple/EMI)
Raymond Scott - Organized Mind - Manhattan Research (www.raymondscott.com)
P. Miles Bryson - http://betterpropaganda.com/album_page.asp?id=1169
Raymond Scott - IBM commercial, 1950's - Manhattan Research (www.raymondscott.com)
Perrey & Kingsley - The Savers - The Out Sound from Way In (Vanguard)
The Platforms - Bang Me - Kicked Off (http://www.theplatforms.com/music.html)



Wednesday, August 24, 2005

Playlist for August 24, 2005

This week, Bartlemuzik Ltd. Honors
the memory of Robert A. Moog
Inventor of the Moog Synthesizer.

Links of the Week:

www.moogarchives.com
www.obsolete.com/120_years/machines/moog/
www.moogmovie.com/
news.bbc.co.uk/go/click/rss/1.0/-/1/hi/entertainment/music/4173510.stm
http://www.synthmuseum.com/moog/
http://www.theconnection.org/shows/2002/09/20020905_b_main.asp


Boot of the Week:

Spirit
10/30/74
Ebbet's Field
Denver, CO

setlist is:
1.love will open your door/stormy night
2. america the beautiful/the times they are a changing
3.happy birthday/my imagination
4.nature's way
5.all along the watchtower
6.satisfaction
7.kristee/my road

1.same old thing/urantia
2.verushka
3.better run
4.sunrise
5.guide me
6.so little time to fly
7.go down
8.it's all the same
9.I got a line on you

personnel:
randy california
ed cassidy
mark andes

Flaming Groovies - Shake Some Action - Shake Some Action (Sire)
Cheetah Chrome - Sonic Reducer - Live at Continental (http://www.continentalnyc.com)
John Cale - Gun - Fear (Island)
James Brown - Lowdown Popcorn - Soul Pride: The Instrumentals 1960-1969 (Polydor)
Three Dog Night - I Can Hear You Calling - Celebrate: The Three Dog Night Story 1965-1975
The Soul Lifters - Hot, Funky and Sweaty - Slurped Too
Tower of Power - Down To The Nightclub - Bump City (WB)

TRIBUTE TO ROBERT A. MOOG

Enoch Light and the Light Brigade - Bond Street - Best of MOOG (Loud)
Hot Butter - Popcorn - Hot Butter (Castle)
Money Mark - Insects are All Around Us - At Home With The Groovebox (Grand Royal)
Raymond Scott - a demonstration of the Clavivox (www.raymondscott.com)
Silicon Teens - TV Playtime - Music For Parties (Mute)
Senor Coconut - Chocolatina - El Gran Biale (Emperor Norton)
Frank Zappa - Tryin' To Grow a Dick - Brest France March 19 1979
Perrey & Kingsley - EVA - The Out Sound from Way In (Vanguard)
Interview with Robert Moog, excerpt
Bicycle Built For Two - Music From Mathematics (Decca, 1963)
Tim Caitlin - Hysterisis - www.liquidarchitecture.org.au
Oren Ambarchi and Martin Ng - When Love Comes Back to Haunt You (qucksilber-music.com)
1970's filmstrip: "The American Scene" - Synthesizers (excerpt)
Lawrence English and Ai Yamamoto - Gazing Into The Sun (room40.org)
Gershon Kingsley - Popcorn - At Home With The Groovebox (Grand Royal)
Raymond Scott - Autolite battery commercial (www.raymondscott.com)
Pereey & Kingsley - Baroque Hoedown - Best of MOOG (Loud Records)

Tuesday, August 16, 2005

Playlist for August 17, 2005

There are going to be vigils tonight in Binghamton and Ithaca and elsewhere, in support of Cindy Sheehan, the mother from Vacaville, CA who lost her son in Iraq.

For more information, check out these links:

http://moveon.org/
http://www.mfso.org/
http://www.gsfp.org/

Check out David Rossie’s column in the Press and
Sun-Bulletin from Sunday, August 14, 2005:

http://www.pressconnects.com/sunday/opinion/stories/op081405s184471.shtml

And, in the interest of equal time:

http://www.americasupportsyou.mil/
http://www.frc.org/
http://www.freedom.gov/


Boot of the Week Triple Header

Can
Canobits Volume 1 - Early Canobits

01 - Upduff's birth (16:40) ("studio '68 instrumental birth of 'mother upduff' ")
02 - Outside My Door (4:43) (with vocals: Malcolm Mooney)
03 - Man Named Joe (3:30) (with vocals: Malcolm Mooney)
04 - Rehearsal (11:27) (with vocals by Tim Hardin; he starts @ 5:29 min)
05 - Morning glory (14:30)
06 - Soundcheck (15:35)

Fred Frith
, BBC, “Mad World Music”, circa 1980
(No track listing available despite my best Googlings)

John McLaughlin - Live at My Father’s Place,
Roslyn, NY, July 27th, 1978
(Again, no set list available. Who needs titles anyhow?
Just listen to the music!)

Thursday, August 11, 2005

Playlist for August 10, 2005

Boot of the Week
Double-Header

New York Dolls
February 15, 1974
Academy Of Music, New York


1. Puss "n" Boots
2. Bad Girl
3. Looking For A Kiss
4. Who Are The Mystery Girls
5. Trash
6. Stranded In The Jungle
7. Give Her A Great Big Kiss
8. Chatterbox
9. Personality Crisis
10. Babylon
11. It's Too Late
12. Pills
13. Human Being
14. Jet Boy w/Buddy Bowser on saxophone
15. Hootchie Cootchie Man
16. Back In The USA

Pere Ubu - 9th May 1978
Marquee Club, Wardour Street, London (FLAC)


This concert was after the release of the first album, "The Modern Dance" (so, no Peter Laughner).

1 Heart of Darkness
2 The Modern Dance
3 Drinking Wine SpodyOdy
4 Heaven
5 Real World
6 Laughing
7 Street Waves
8 Humour Me
9 Over My Head
10 Sentimental Journey/Life Stinks
11 Non-Alignment Pact
12 I Don't Get Around

Space Set

Ctephin - Abraxas - Maaseh (Gnosis) (www.anticlock.net)
(Homemade space by Dr. B.)
excerpt from The Taurus Incident (Ensemble Records. Canada, 1970)
Steve Roach - In The Catacombs - Throne of Drones (Asphodel)
Boyd Rice (aka NON) - Untitled - Terra Incognita (Mute)
Vostok 6 - Dawn - Swinghammer (Righteous Babe)

Frank Zappa - Murder by Numbers - Broadway the Hard Way (Ryko)


Wednesday, August 03, 2005

Playlist for August 3, 2005

PLAYLIST FOR THIS WEEK ERASED BY MISTAKE!

Mea culpa!

Friday, July 29, 2005

Playlist for July 27, 2005

Mercy sakes, I AM getting forgetful in my old age, am I not?
Sincerest apologies for the lateness
of this post.


Special All-Boot Edition

Klaus Schulze, St. Thomas Kirsche, Berlin, 11-24-81
Piece 1 - 37 mins
Piece 2 - 41 mins
Piece 3 - 14 mins

followed by

Traffic, Tarrant C. Convention Center
Fort Worth, Texas, October 12, 1974

.INTRO
.INSTRUMENTAL #1
.SHOOTOUT AT THE FANTASY FACTORY
.EMPTY PAGES
.GRAVEYARD PEOPLE
.PEARLY QUEEN
.WHO KNOWS WHAT TOMORROW MAY BRING
.WALKING IN THE WIND
.JOHN BARLEYCORN
40,000 HEADMEN
.LOVE
.SOMETHING NEW
.WHEN THE EAGLE FLIES
.DREAM GERRARD
.HEAVEN IS IN YOUR MIND
.LOW SPARK OF HIGH-HEELED BOYS

Wednesday, July 20, 2005

Do you remember what happened 36 years ago today?

Bootlegs of the Week:

Elvis Costello, Riverdayze Club, St. Louis, MO via KADI-FM, 1-31-1978
Nick Lowe - Stiff Demos, 1975


Bartlemania Beatle Mix

How Do You Do It - 9-4-62
There's A Place - 2-11-63
Yes It Is - Take 1 and 14
Brian Epstein Blues
12 Bar Original - 11-4-65
I Feel Fine - 10-18-64
Hard Day's Night - 3-16-64
Norwegian Wood - Take 4
FRANK ZAPPA - Texas Motel (Norwegian Jim) - Chicago, 3-3-88
I Am The Walrus - 9-5-67, take 9
Come and Get It
Nowhere Man - Budokan, Tokyo, July 1966
Not Guilty - 1968 (the "Peter Sellers" demo tape)
Everybodys Got Something to Hide Except for Me and my Monkey - 1968 (the "Peter Sellers" demo tape)
All you Need Is Love - Take 58 (live TV broadcast) - 6-25-67

The Orb - Little Fluffy Clouds - Adventures beyond the ultraworld (Island)
Eno - Under - Another Day On Earth (Ryko)
The Six Parts Seven - Changing the Name of October (www.6parts7.com)
Ron Geesin - excerpt from A Raise of Eyebrows (See For Miles)
Zillatron - Bug Lite - Lord of the Harvest (Ryko)

BBC Radiophonic Workshop - Dr. Who Theme (7-inch, BBC records)

Friday, July 15, 2005

Playlist for July 13, 2005

Here's my latest playlist, same year and not a bit sunburnt...

LINK OF THE WEEK:


Last Tuesday, National Public Radio began a series featuring Story Corps, an organization which takes oral histories from American citizens. NPR plans to broadcast these stories and file them with the Library of Congress.

Tuesday’s installment included an interview with Elaine and John Leinung, parents of former WHRW General Manger Paul Battaglia, who was killed in the attacks of 9/11/2001. If you missed that segment, you can listen to it here.

- - - - - - - - - -

Bootleg of the Week - SPECIAL DOUBLE-HEADER

The Ramones - CBGB's, October 27, 1977, late show
The Pop Group - London, 1980

And yet another space mix...

Ctephin Yellow - Colors (http://www.umbrellanoize.com/%5BUMB001%5D.html)
David Borden - For Laurie Spiegel - Places Times & People (http://www.waysidemusic.com)
(special sound effect created at Bartlemuzik Ltd. sound laboratory)
Can - Ibis - Unlimited Edition (Mute/Spoon)
K Leimer - The Neo-Realist - The Neo-Realist at Risk (Palace of Lights)
Avalanches - (excerpt) - Since I left You (Sire)
Ctephin - Hexagram 60 (http://www.audiostreet.net/artist.aspx?artistid=7336)
DJ Shadow (track 9) - Endtroducing bonus disc (Island)
Dzihan and Kamien - Homebase (Vienna Vista Sexual Dub) - Refreaked (6 Degrees)
The Fireman - Auraveda - Rushes (EMI)
Pastor John Rydgren - A Beautiful Girl - (http://blog.wfmu.org/freeform/2005/07/pastor_john_ryd.html#more)

Wednesday, July 06, 2005

Playlist for July 6th, 2005

Boot of the Week:

Eugene Chadbourne recorded live at the Chapter House, Ithaca, NY, Friday July 1, 2005 (excerpts) (
www.eugenechadbourne.com)

And yet another Space Set:

Thomas Ronkin & A Produce - Undercurrents - Symmetric (Tristissima)
India - Chants in Praise of Krishna - Catalog of World Music (JVC)
Eno - from the Glitterbug soundtrack
The Electric Co - Appendix - Studio City (Island)
Faust - excerpt from Faust IV (Caroline)
Steve Reich - Music For LArge Ensemble - Radio Nederland 1979
The Orb - A Huge Ever-Growing Pulsating Brain - Adventures Beyond the Ultraworld (Island)

Out of Space, Back to Earth

Incredible Bongo Band - Apache - Bongo Rock (Strut)
Young Marble Giants - Choci Loni - Colossal Youth (Disques de Crepuscle)
Tower of Power - Of The Earth - Bump City (WB)
DJ Shadow Midnight in a Perfect World - Endtroducing deluxe ed. (Island)
Steinski - It's Up To You - CD5 (DOVentertainment)
Alexander Hacke - Sister - Sanctuary (Koolarrow)
William Shatner - Ideal Woman - Has Been (Shout Factory)
George Harrison - Sour Milk Sea - White Album sessions 1968
Be Bop Deluxe - Panic In The World - Tramcar to Tomorrow (Hux)
Lonnie Irving - Pinball Machine - Super Slab Hits (Gusto)
Flying Burrito Bros. - My Uncle - Gilded Palace Of Sin (A&M)
Prince - 1999 - Atlanta 1-4-85
The Slits - Femme Fatale - Live at Dingwall's 5-13-77
Can - Spoon - Ege Bamyasi (Spoon/Mute)
T Rex - Token of my Love - Don Kirshner's Rock Concert 10-74

Final track - Chris Palestis - Do Ya Think I'm Sexy? - The late Chris Palestis was a WFMU fan who made these tapes at home in the Seventies and Eighties, and mailed them to the station, where they received heavy airplay for years. Chris is possibly the greatest outsider guitar player of all time. (from WFMU's "Beware of the Blog")

WHRW's Summer Schedule is in Last Week's Posting!