PGB's playlist August 29, 1998 email to PGB
The Penultimate Show
PGB got to do the second-to-last show out of the East Orange studio. Rich Hazleton needed his sleep so he could direct one half the the big move. Here's what his fill-in played in honor of that.

We're living in the end times. There is flooding in Texas, hurricanes all over, buildings burning down on the old campus, and the image of John Tesh keeps appearing on my breakfast cereal box. We're getting out just in time. Don't you think so, Frank O'Toole?
Let's get started.
Start Single Cell Orchestra  
Blue Grass Special Bill Monroe and His Blue Grass Boys The Essential Bill Monroe and His Blue Grass Boys
Love O' Love The Subdudes Primitive Streak
Tumblin' and Rollin' Oil Can [Once Were] The Pastures of Plenty
Real Gone Guy Wammo Fat Headed Stranger
Bottle of Blues 6 String Drag High Hat
Cobra Bora 808 Utd State 90
Life and Death
This Is Your Life Banderas Ripe
Sauntering Dude Yanti Arifin Paranoid Sing-Along
You Might Drown Skeleton Key  
I'm In Love This Perfect Day  
See You Tonight Weird Summer Incarnata Mysterica
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Mental Health
Introduction Hope and Help For Your Nerves Dr. Claire Weekes
Nervous Wreck Radio Stars  
Crackin' Up Moe Tucker  
Crazy Patsy Cline Collection: 12 Greatest Hits
"You don't need a psychiatrist, you need your head examined." Robert Cummings movie: What a Way to Go (1964)
Joni Mitchell
Lambert, Hendricks, and Ross
(These two were played at the same time.)
really like this oneCan't Cry Hard Enough Williams Brothers  
Jerks On the Loose The Roches Keep On Doin'/Jerks On the Loose
Adventures In Success Lynn Goldsmith Will Powers Institute Presents Dancing for Mental Health
Why Am I Always So Depressed?    
Drinks (Escapism) Prince Paul Psychoanalysis
She's Sad She Said The Judy Bats Down In the Shacks Where the Satellite Dishes Grow
really like this oneDancing for Mental Health Lynn Goldsmith Will Powers Institute Presents Dancing for Mental Health
Breeders D.Q.E. But Me, I Fell Down
Ninny Cake Bake Panda  
Medication Garbage Version 2.0
Give In deflator Moüse Think Like a Mountain
Tired of Being Happy Candyskins fun?
Opportunity Lynn Goldsmith Will Powers Institute Presents Dancing for Mental Health
Love Talk Radio with Dr. Adonis Travesty Ltd.  
Lost My Brain Once Again Cyko Miko Lost My Brain Once Again
Can't Cry Hard Enough Marvin The Mandolin Man
"and that's when I knew I wasn't as crazy as the others" Olivia DeHaviland movie: The Snake Pit (1948)
I'm glad that's over.
really like this oneKissing With Confidence Lynn Goldsmith Will Powers Institute Presents Dancing for Mental Health
The Worst Is Over Super Garage The Self-Titled Debut Album by Super Garage
Feel So Good Tonight The Surfing Brides Sparky's Dinner
Toms River Prunella Scales Dressing Up the Idiot
Theatre of Voices Paul Hillier
Rockpile The Picketts Paper Doll
More Organ Music
View To the Sun Negativland Free
Hark, an Open Channel Lilys Services For the Soon to Be Departed
Slingshot Kickstand  
Slip Slidin' Booker T & the MG's That's the Way It Should Be
really like this oneOnce In a Blue Moon Weird Paul Lo Fidelity Hi Anxiety
The Darress Theatre in Boonton has been running some silent films with live organ accompianment. I saw Wings (1927) and Fritz Lang's Metropolis. I was able to record the latter. It's quite an impressive feat to play the organ to a movie for 90 minutes or more. I selected a section of the movie with the following scenes:
The Transformation of Maria
Fredersen & Futura Embrace
The Incitement to Riot
Ralph Ringstad Live at the Darress Theatre: Metropolis (1926)
More Live Music
Paper Moon kazoo alert! Planet Philly Live Music From a Dead Campus
really like this oneThat's When Your Heartaches Begin The Soft Boys Collection: 1976-81
Go With God, My Lovely Kukuruza Crossing Borders
Tell Me The Phantom Rats Kiss Me Now
Hard Hard Time The Vacant Lot ...Because They Can
Floating Down a River The Sandwiches Hey Cats, We're the Sandwiches
Evenflow The Moog Cookbook The Moog Cookbook
You Me and the Moon The Magnetic Fields Get Lost
Purple Haze The Jimi Hendrix Experience Are You Experienced?
Ditty Diego - War Chant The Monkees Soundtrack: Head (1968)
> U (Bigger Than You) Derek Anthony No Shortage of Cool Tunes
Purple Haze Kronos Quartet  
Levitation Ben Vaughn Rambler 65
Purple Haze The Bobs The Bobs Sing the Songs of...
Bryggar-Antes Polka    

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The K (kazoo alert!) indicates the presence of one or more kazoos.

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