Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Playlist for August 31, 2005

Link of the week:

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 (
Noise from a phreaking web site (
(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)-
Neil Nappe - Nova - July (Audion)
George Harrison - Under the Mersey Wall - Electronic Music (Apple/EMI)
Raymond Scott - Organized Mind - Manhattan Research (
P. Miles Bryson -
Raymond Scott - IBM commercial, 1950's - Manhattan Research (
Perrey & Kingsley - The Savers - The Out Sound from Way In (Vanguard)
The Platforms - Bang Me - Kicked Off (

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:

Boot of the Week:

Ebbet's Field
Denver, CO

setlist is: 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
7.kristee/my road

1.same old thing/urantia
3.better run
4.sunrise me little time to fly
7.go down's all the same
9.I got a line on you

randy california
ed cassidy
mark andes

Flaming Groovies - Shake Some Action - Shake Some Action (Sire)
Cheetah Chrome - Sonic Reducer - Live at Continental (
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)


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 (
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 -
Oren Ambarchi and Martin Ng - When Love Comes Back to Haunt You (
1970's filmstrip: "The American Scene" - Synthesizers (excerpt)
Lawrence English and Ai Yamamoto - Gazing Into The Sun (
Gershon Kingsley - Popcorn - At Home With The Groovebox (Grand Royal)
Raymond Scott - Autolite battery commercial (
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:

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

And, in the interest of equal time:

Boot of the Week Triple Header

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

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) (
(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


Mea culpa!