Options Mark Allen: Playlist from March 18, 2006 Options

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

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Options March 18, 2006: "I hate you, your husband, your children, and your relatives!"

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Artist Track Album Comments
The Retainers  Die Baby Die   Options The Retainers   
The Pink Faries  Do It!   Options Do It! Rare and Live '69-'71   
Henson Cargill  None of My Business   Options A Very Well Travelled Man  1969 
Encounter/Think  Once You Understand   Options Conflict: A Head-On Collision of Emotions  Old homemade drug/teenage/parent "happening" record from 1971. The only info I could find was here. Played over below track... 
The New Creation  Countdown to Revolution!   Options Troubled  Played under above track... 
AIDS Radio PSA record  AIDS Rap   Options Stop AIDS! Radio PSAs  1980s 
George Humbert w/ Orchestra  Bicycle Built For Two   Options The Gay 90s  Played over below track... 
Max Mathews  Bicycle Built For Two   Options Bell Telephone Laboratories  Mathews created this voice synthesis song demo/computer program for Bell Telephone Laboratories in 1961, the very first of it's kind, using a program he invented called Music IV. For more info see here. Played under above track... 
Dr James 'Andy' Moorer  Deep Note   Options LucasFilm THX Sound System demo  "The Audience Is Listening..." Recorded in 1982 by Moorer, is still heard at the beginning of films and DVDs today, for more info on Moorer's career see here. Looped repeatedly and layered with below... 
v/a      Three very old organ/Wurlitzer records found in the library, played over each other at various speeds... 
Carnival of Souls    (film clip)  The minister feels sorry for Mary and her lack of soul, and informs her that she can no longer be their organist. From Carnival of Souls, dir: Herk Harvey, 1962, with Candace Hilligoss, Art Ellison. 
Engineers  Song to the Siren   Options Dream Brother: Songs of Tim & Jeff Buckley   
A R Kane  Baby Milk Snatcher   Options 69   
(sound effects)      Telephone sounds... 
Desperate Living    (film clip)  Peggy Gravel handles a wrong number without restraint. From Desperate Living, dir: John Waters, 1977, with Mink Stole. Looped repeatedly and mixed... 
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Jaap Blonk  Krakatau, Electroshock Boogie   Options 23 December 2003 Vijftig en een Half   
The United States of America  Coming Down   Options The American Metaphysical Circus  From 1968, more info can be found here. 
Bob Crewe & Charles Fox  Love, Love Drags Me Down   Options Barbarella (sndtk)   
White Noise  Firebird   Options An Electric Storm  From 1968, more info can be found here. 
Anna Oxygen  Mechanical Fish   Options This is an Exercise   
Dudley Moore  Bedazzled   Options Bedazzled  From the 1976 film soundtrack. Mixed with samples from Coven's 1960s "Witchcraft Destroys Bonds And Reaps Souls" LP ('Black Mass') "Kiss the goat!!!" 
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John Cage & Kenneth Patchen  The City (excerpt)   Options The City Wears a Slouch Hat  1942 radio play by Kenneth Patchen with music by John Cage. More info can be found here. 
Terrestrial Tones  Plowman   Options Dead Drunk   
Otomo Yoshihide  Anode 1   Options Anode   
Piero Piccioni  LSD (Red Hot)   Options Colpo Rovente (sndtk)  1969 
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White Noise  My Game of Loving   Options An Electric Storm   
Units  Digital Stimulation   Options Digital Stimulation  From 1980. An old San Francisco new wave band, used no guitars... great LP! More info here. 
(marching band)  Rockit   Options Jenson Publications Marching Band '85  Herbie Hancock school marching band cover, from 1985, arranged by Will Rapp, from double LP: "Jenson Publications Marching Band '85: A New Dimension In Marching Excitement" 
Cellutron & The Invisible  John 3:16   Options Reflecting on the First Watch, We Uncover Treasure Buried for the Blind  1978 
Martin Denny  Midnight Cowboy   Options Exotic Moog  1969 
Gimmie Gimmie Octopus  Gimmie Gimmie Octopus Theme   Options (tv theme)  From 1960's Japanese children's television show. For more info see here. 
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Bird Snow  First Path Through (excerpt)   Options Lightning Ghost   

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