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You see a blanket on the ground. It's your favorite color, smooth and soft. You can sit on it, or lie on it. It's a flying blanket, and you are the pilot. You are in control. You can fly anywhere you wish, just by thinking about it. You are the pilot.

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Options December 6, 2009: Panic in the sunrise

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Velvet Undergound  Sunday Morning   Options Velvet Underground with Nico  Polydor    0:00:00 ()
Bachir Attar  The 1001 Nights   Options The Next Dream  CMP    0:03:05 ()
Aube  Breathe Hard   Options Substructural Penetration 1991-1995  Iris Light    0:09:58 ()
Christine 23 Onna  Love Galactic   Options Acid Eater  N/A    0:21:49 ()
Urdog  Ice on Water   Options Garden of Bones  Secret Eye    0:28:44 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
The Necks 
Sex   Options Sex  Fish of Milk    0:36:51 ()
Jefferson Airplane  Comin' Back to Me   Options Surrealistic Pillow  RCA    0:44:45 ()
Ecilop Eht  Noom Eht No Gniklaw   Options Cnalb Ed Attagger  A&M    0:49:10 ()
Vladislav Delay  Musta Planeetta   Options Tummaa  Leaf    0:55:36 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
The Necks 
Sex   Options Sex  Fish of Milk    0:59:56 ()
Circle  Traktors   Options Taantumus  Ektro    1:07:04 ()
Public Image Ltd.  Careering   Options Peel Session EP  EMI    1:14:34 ()
Ascend  Her Horse is Thunder   Options Ample Fire Within  Southern Lord    1:21:53 ()
Baby Grandmothers  Somebody's Calling My Name   Options V/A Forge Your Own Chains: Heavy Psychedelic Ballads and Dirges 1968-1974  Now Again    1:31:34 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
The Necks 
Sex   Options Sex  Fish of Milk    1:40:49 ()
Pelt  Road to Catawba   Options Pearls From The River  VHF  R.I.P. Jack Rose  1:47:35 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
The Necks 
Sex   Options Sex  Fish of Milk    2:01:49 ()
Jack Rose  Spirits in the House   Options Dr. Ragtime & His Pals/Self-Titled  Tequila Sunrise    2:07:18 ()
Jack Rose & the Black Twig Pickers  Hand Me Down My Walking Cane   Options Jack Rose & the Black Twig Pickers  VHF    2:19:24 ()
The Kropotkins  I'm Wandering On This Earth   Options Paradise Square  Mulatta    2:22:21 ()
The Magpie Horns  Willy O'Winsbury   Options V/A: Willows Songs  Finders Keepers    2:27:57 ()
Stellakis Perpiniadhis  Heroin & Hashish   Options V/A: Mortika: Recordings from a Greek Underworld  Mississippi/Canary    2:30:10 ()
Mulatu Astatke  Yekitir Tezeta   Options The Story of Ethio Jazz 1965-1975  Strut    2:33:26 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
The Necks 
Sex   Options Sex  Fish of Milk    2:43:58 ()
Ecstatic Sunshine  Easy is Right   Options Split w/Lucky Dragons  Wildfire Wildfire    2:51:33 ()
Sonic Youth  Sunday   Options A Thousand Leaves  DGC    2:56:32 ()

Listener comments!

  Sun. 12/6/09 6:18am Adam:

Good morning Dan
  Sun. 12/6/09 6:19am Looms:

Morning!
Seems we're gonna have some kind of a wild show today...
  Sun. 12/6/09 6:21am Dan B:

Morning Adam, Looms, welcome.
  Sun. 12/6/09 6:24am Bas, NL:

Ahhh.. nothing like some good Noise in the morning!! Love it Dan!!
Morning all!
  Sun. 12/6/09 6:29am Dan B:

Hey Bas, any nice finds at the Utrecht record fair the other week?
  Sun. 12/6/09 6:39am Bas, NL:

Yeah, some really nice finds; including a long sought after old Disco 12" i won't mention here. But maybe most rare was a The Hafler Trio vinyl release "Three Ways of Saying Two; The Netherlands lectures"... that was half my budget, but hey..

Did you get a chance to see Espers play live?

:)
Bas
  Sun. 12/6/09 6:58am Looms:

Hey Bas!
Nice finds. Though, i've become reluctant to purchase H3O vinyls, always had an overwhelming wow & flutter on them.
  Sun. 12/6/09 6:59am Dan B:

Oh come on, confess your disco affliction!
  Sun. 12/6/09 7:00am Dan B:

No, no Espers, again!
  Sun. 12/6/09 7:03am Looms:

Well, my copy of "The Moment When We Blow The Flour From Our Tongues" is notably inaudible...
  Sun. 12/6/09 7:06am Looms:

Oddly, my old H3O vinyls sound now better than the new ones...
  Sun. 12/6/09 7:06am Bas, NL:

Hi Looms! I'm sure that H3O could have that problem; this is also a weird production as there's no center paper to the vinyl. It's just got some production numbers scratched in the surface. It plays well though.

The disco 12" was a great remix of a Bobby Orlando hit single; posing as 'The Flirts', with PASSION. It's a 1982 release and well ahead of it's time. Had it on tape and never new what it was, and this was an 'hopeful' buy... and dead on!!

Bas
  Sun. 12/6/09 7:21am Looms:

So these are happy finds, lucky guy!
  Sun. 12/6/09 7:23am Bas, NL:

I'll add that P.I.L. to my list next time... what an awesome track!!
  Sun. 12/6/09 7:24am Looms:

Always been one of my favourite tracks ever, thanks Dan.
  Sun. 12/6/09 7:24am andy/sunderland:

Morning everyone! I have to say I started listening to Hatch's show a while ago and i'm getting to quite like Disco now, never thought it would happen!

And to think i'd never really listened to PiL until now, awesome!
  Sun. 12/6/09 7:26am Dan B:

Yeah, great raw early PIL with Peel. It sounds so much fresher than the version on Metal Box/Second Edition.
  Sun. 12/6/09 7:29am Bas, NL:

I used to do a little 'drive-in' disco with a couple of good friends.. or a 'not-just-disco-show'. Imagine Edit Piaf followed by Einstuerzende Neubauten going to disco, going to Miles Davis... and somehow people seemed to like the weird mix!! In the end, great music is just that: Great music!
:) B.
  Sun. 12/6/09 7:32am Adam:

Yes Bas, I agree absolutely.
  Sun. 12/6/09 7:33am Dan B:

Amen Bas. Great music cannot be held back.
  Sun. 12/6/09 7:34am Looms:

:)
  Sun. 12/6/09 7:40am andy/sunderland:

and bad music can be played backwards :)
  Sun. 12/6/09 7:41am Looms:

Wow! Great psychedelic journey!
  Sun. 12/6/09 7:42am Bas, NL:

Ha, ha!! And one day backward music will be re-discovered played backwards again!
  Sun. 12/6/09 7:46am Looms:

38 years old. A shame...
  Sun. 12/6/09 7:47am Adam:

Oh man, that is very sad.
  Sun. 12/6/09 7:50am andy/s:

Terrible news, RIP Jack. He played with Chris Corsano a few years ago in Manchester and I was really blown away by his playing, that gig was a gateway into so much stuff for me. He was so young too, really sad.
  Sun. 12/6/09 7:51am Fal:

Thanks for Comin' Back To Me by J.A.
  Sun. 12/6/09 8:42am Graham Stark:

Hi Dan,
is this the music "Brownyn Knows Best"? I miss that show?

I loved that Kropotkins thing. Always my favourite Anarchist.

Thanks for the great show,

Graham
  Sun. 12/6/09 8:44am Looms:

Yekitir Tezeta is a real nice track. Hard to believe it's been recorded 30 years ago.
  Sun. 12/6/09 8:46am Looms:

...was recorded... sorry for my broken english again!
  Sun. 12/6/09 8:52am Bas, NL:

Class: dismissed!
Thanks again Dan... And yes, backward Disco party next week please!!!
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