Options Mark Allen: Playlist from February 4, 2006 Options

"What do you know? How have you lived...to know...what's beautiful?" - Pat Ast, HEAT (1972)

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Options February 4, 2006: It's all about Liam Dunn as Judge Maxwell

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Artist Track Album Comments
Rougeux & Negativeland  Happy as a Clam in the Land of Uncle Sam   Options America the Beautiful  (RRR label comp) 
Godfrey Daniel  Purple Haze   Options Take a Sad Song...  For more on this inexplicably delightful album, see here. 
Max Crook & Scott Ludwig  Pulse Rate, Razz My Berries   Options Sounds of Tomorrow   
Perrey & Kingsley  Fallout   Options The Essential Perrey & Kingsley   
Gripper  Prostate Boogie   Options Check the Water  (Leaf label comp) 
Eardrum  Swarm   Options Check the Water  (Leaf label comp) 
Dell & Flugel  Study for a Skyscraper   Options Superstructure   
(sound effects)      Chickens, barnyard animals, creaking doors, looped and mixed with above... 
What's Up Doc?    (film clip)  Barbara Streisand says hello to her daddy Liam Dunn, who leans onto his judge's desk as it collapses. From What's Up Doc?, dir: Peter Bogdanovich, 1972, with Barbara Streisand, Liam Dunn. Looped and mized with above... 
2001: A Space Odyssey    (film clip)  Dr. Dave Bowman argues with Hal to open the bay pod doors. later Hal panics as Dr. Bowman disassembles his main processing unit. From 2001: A Space Odyssey, dir: Stanley Kubrik, 1968, with Keir Dullea, Douglas Rain. Looped and mixed with above... 
The Reluctant Astronaut    (film clip)  Don Knotts rehearses counting down a rocket launch for his overly enthusiastic relatives and friends back home. From The Reluctant Astronaut, dir: Edward Montagne, 1967, with Don Knotts. Looped and mixed with above... 
Brass Eye    (TV clip)  "Anyone who would agree to rub their breasts on television is clearly, and inexcusably, disturbed." From Brass Eye 2001 Special: Pedophiles, created by Chris Morris, BBC 4, 2001. Looped and mixed with above... 
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Acid Mothers Temple & the Cosmic Inferno  5 Seconds Demons   Options Demons From Nipples   
Magik Markers  track 2 (excerpt)   Options A Panegyric to the Things I Do Not Understand   
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Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?    (film clip)  Martha wanders around the yard in the middle of the night with a clinkity-clinking cocktail, wondering where everyone is. From Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, dir: Mike Nichols, 1966, with: Elizabeth Taylor. Looped and mixed with below... 
(sound effects)      Wind, roadside ambulance calls, barnyard animals, looped and mixed with above... 
Blind Beast    (film clip)  Eiji Funakoshi welcomes a dazzled and terrified Mako Midori to his artist's studio. From Blind Beast, dir: Yasuzo Masumura, 1966, with Eiji Funakoshi, Mako Midori. Original score by Hikaru Hayashi. 
Asa-Chang & Junray  Toremoro   Options Tsu Gi Ne Pu   
Kan Mikami  tracks 3, 6   Options Hoi 1973-1992   
David Bowie  It's No Game (pt. 1)   Options Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps)   
What's Up Doc?    (film clip)  Liam Dunn, as Judge Maxwell, discusses his justice woes with Baliff Graham Jarvis. The gaggle of characters from the film's various screwball dilemmas all swarm into the courtroom at the same time and Judge Maxwell takes more and more pills and cough syrup as he tries to figure everything out. From What's Up Doc?, dir: Peter Bogdanovich, 1972, with Liam Dunn. Graham Jarvis, Ryan O'Neal, Kenneth Mars, Madeline Kahn, Barbara Streisand, Sorrell Booke, Stefan Gierasch. Alternated with tracks below... 
Super Distortion  Seasnake   Options Super Distortion   
Eagles of Death Metal  Chase the Devil   Options Death By Sexy   
Nachtmystium  The Glorious Moment   Options Nachtmystium   
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El-G  Sorry   Options Compilation   
The Incredible String Band  Alice is a Long Time Gone   Options The Circle is Unbroken: Live and Studio 1967 - 1972   

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