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Music of all kinds that hits me in the pit of my stomach, all arranged to find your sweet spot, too. Plus radio shows from the 1940s & 1950s: dramas, mysteries, sci-fi, detectives, and more.

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Options March 31, 2002: Show 150 (listen to entire show / each individual set / each individual song)

The start and end times of each song and set are exact.

Show time: 3 AM - 6 AM


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Artist Track Album Comments Special
 
Set 1: airy and clangy to heavy experimental. (Listen to this set: )
Pelt/Keenan Lawler/Eric Clark  "Keyhole 12 July 2000" (Side A: played 2/3 of it) (Listen: )   Options Keyhole 12 July 2000  Quiet, it has a light feel, sort of slowed down and airily clangy. Played at 33 rpm.   
Troum  "Trahan" (track 3) (Listen: )   Options Tjukurrpa Pt. 2  Almost house-of-worship like, it builds gradually, slow, slowly rhythmic and occasionally industrial, distorted guitar comes in.   
Sunn O)))  "Bow 1" (track 3) (Listen: )   Options Flight Of The Behemoth  Steady guitars, heavy. Slow, but somewhat intense and loud.   
 
 
Background music played during mic break:
Les Chakachas  "Love is like a Violin" (track 4) (Listen: )   Options Arriba!  Gigantic sound. Feels like it's the slow song at the record hop.   
 
 
Set 2: Psych, from quiet to heavy duty. (Listen to this set: )
Troum  "Scurphen" (track 1: played from -13:30 to -3:20) (Listen: )   Options Tjukurrpa Pt. 2  Similar in ways to the Troum piece in Set 1, it's slow, almost house-of-worship like, but much quieter, and no distorted guitar.   
Pacific 231  "New York 85" (track 2) (Listen: )   Options Power Assume  Spaced and quiet, but also slowly tormented and swirling.   
Acid Mothers Temple & Melting Paraiso UFO  "In E" (track 2) (Listen: )   Options In C  Quiet for the first few minutes, then watch out! Occasionally surreal psych rock, it even glows.  ***  
MC5  "Black To Comm" (track 3) (Listen: )   Options Power Trip  Raw, heavy, even primal.   
 
 
Background music played during mic break:
Les Chakachas  "Love is like a Violin" (track 4) (Listen: )   Options Arriba!  Gigantic sound. Feels like it's the slow song at the record hop.   
 
 
Set 3: quirky drums and club mixes. (Listen to this set: )
Cosmic Rocker  "Flexible Joints" (track 2) (Listen: )   Options D'Afro Disco: Garri-Mix  These are the quirky drums. They're still under my skin.   
Berkowitz Lake & Dahmer  "Cyan Krilp Vipers" (track 1: played from -3:18 to -1:49) (Listen: )   Options Without Chemicals He Points  Like the middle east on acid, but in the BLD way, intense and electronic.   
Bolliger & Bloor  "Alhambra" (track 7) (Listen: )   Options D'Afro Disco: Garri-Mix  Deep sound, heavy breathing, heavy percussion. This is the Bolliger & Bloor edit, actually.   
Aphex Twin  "Flaphead" (track 2) (Listen: )   Options Classics  Electronic, pounding.   
Aphrodite  "The Bomber Style" (track 8: played from -2:28 to end) (Listen: )   Options The Takeover Bid  Quirky & catchy. From a live vinyl mix by Aphrodite.   
The Commisioner  "Groove On" (track 9: played from beginning to -1:49) (Listen: )   Options The Takeover Bid  Actually a continuation of track 8. Quirky & catchy. From a live vinyl mix by Aphrodite.   
Aphex Twin  "Metapharstic" (track 10: begun at -4:21, ended at -0:03) (Listen: )   Options Classics  Heavy. Aphex Twin lays down the law.   
 
 
Background music played during mic break:
Les Chakachas  "Love is like a Violin" (track 4) (Listen: )   Options Arriba!  Gigantic sound. Feels like it's the slow song at the record hop.   
 
 
Set 4: the old radio show portion of the evening.
Quiet Please  "Three" (Listen: )   Options (originally broadcast November 10, 1947)  Quiet Please, which was on the air from 1947 - 1949, is considered by many to be the finest horror/science fiction series ever aired on radio. All episodes starred the incredible Ernest Chappell.   
 
 
Background music played during mic break:
Les Chakachas  "Love is like a Violin" (track 4) (Listen: )   Options Arriba!  Gigantic sound. Feels like it's the slow song at the record hop.   
 
 
Set 5: love and outer space. (Listen to this set: )
Shirley Collins  "Space Girl" (track 1) (Listen: )   Options Rocket Along  Just wonderful.  ***  
Eddie Jefferson  "Soft and Furry" (track 6) (Listen: )   Options Letter From Home  The counterpoint to "Space Girl"....in this song, they don't need "to bother about a rocket ship to the moon."   
 
 
Set 6: quiet, but acidy and ambient. (Listen to this set: )
Oren Ambarchi  "As Far As The Eye Can See" (track 6) (Listen: )   Options Suspension  Quiet, electronic, rumbing underneath.   
Nurse With Wound  "White Light From The Stars In Your Mind" (track 3) (Listen: )   Options Man With The Woman Face  Understatedly acidic, warped, and atmospheric.   
Ambient Temple Of Imagination  "Sonic Acupunture" (track 7: begun at -8:19) (Listen: )   Options Eleusinia  A quiet, floating way to end the show.   

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