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I never miscue a record. I am punctual, well-prepared, and dislike clutter. Outgoing and helpful, I'm always appropriately dressed. I do not behave erratically and have excellent penmanship. My CD's never skip, and I am in good health. I like all the notes, in any order.

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Options September 17, 2010

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Artist Track Album Comments Approx. start time
Gil Trythall  Mockin' Bird Hill   Options Nashville Gold    0:00:00 ()
Gil Trythall  Luxikon II   Options Echospace    0:05:37 ()
Neil Norman  War of the Worlds   Options Greatest Science Fiction Hits III    0:19:39 ()
Neil Norman  Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet   Options Greatest Science Fiction Hits III    0:20:53 ()
Neil Norman  Into the Alternate Universe   Options Greatest Science Fiction Hits III    0:23:39 ()
Michael Lobel  Gulliver's Travels   Options Tryptych    0:24:49 ()
Jean-Jacques Perrey  Musique Electronique du Cosmos   Options   library music  0:30:55 ()
Gershon Kingsley  Popcorn   Options [7"]  the original  0:53:00 ()
Mort Garson  The Wozard of Iz   Options The Wozard of Iz    0:57:15 ()
The Moog Cookbook  Smells Like Teen Spirit   Options The Moog Cookbook     
Claude Denjean  Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye   Options     1:38:54 ()
Yellow Magic Orchestra  Tighten Up   Options     1:41:57 ()
David Perian & Alberto Baldan  Happy Bye Bye 1   Options     1:45:25 ()
David Perian & Alberto Baldan  Happy Riff   Options     1:47:09 ()
Bruce Haack  The Saucer's Apprentice   Options The Way-Out Record for Children    1:49:20 ()
Bruce Haack  Encore   Options The Way-Out Record for Children    1:55:40 ()
Ruth White  7 Trumps from the Tarot Cards   Options 7 Trumps from the Tarot Cards and Pinions    1:59:01 ()
Intersystems  Peachy   Options Peachy    2:20:41 ()
Dick Hyman  Topless Dancers of Corfu   Options     2:54:03 ()

Listener comments!

  Fri. 9/17/10 12:08pm david in scotland:

Luxikon II reminds me of David Bedford's The Odyssey ...
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:09pm Marco In Brooklyn:

Hello Bryce. What do you have in store for us faithful listeners today:)
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:09pm bryce:

endless garbage!!!!!!!!!

  Fri. 9/17/10 12:11pm Carmichael:

Yes, well, uh .... hmmm .... uh .... aahhh .... ok.
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:12pm annie:

ok, fine, i'll listen, but i just want to say i'll grumble all the way...
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:15pm bryce:

  Fri. 9/17/10 12:15pm Bad Ronald:

It's gonna be hard to top Kenny G's hour of flatulence.
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:16pm Marco In Brooklyn:

That snappy synth tune you were just playing that didn't sound like garbage to me!
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:16pm Carmichael:

Actually, I like this electronica stuff better than guys slamming doors, beating on buckets and howling.

I hope this guy wears big ol' glitter boots when he plays.
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:18pm still b/p:

Silver lamé matador outfit!
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:23pm Marco In Brooklyn:

Wow those synth beats keep coming:) another Bryce show to download onto my iPod:))
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:24pm Marco In Brooklyn:

Hey keep em coming I love synth beats!
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:28pm stingy d:

this sounds like my main man mort garson!
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:29pm dc pat:

perfect sound track for my dumb job.
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:30pm Marco In Brooklyn:

I think I must have at Least 40gb of Bryces shows!
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:30pm Cecile:

Field of Poppies by Pell Mell?
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:31pm Cecile:

If you could slide that in there....
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:31pm stingy d:

oh my cursing of god! i detest this song (and show) to the anally fucked raped gates of hell!

too soon?
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:31pm Marco In Brooklyn:

Bryce if they kick you off the fall schedule I'm coming over there with a nuke strapped to my body!
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:33pm stingy d:

by god i obviously mean our lord and savior jesus bones.
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:34pm Cecile:

stingy, there might be an opening for you as a death metal lyricist somewhere.
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:38pm stingy d:

i'm in your band! you ever heard of the crinkles?
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:38pm bryce:


and god bless
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:39pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

diggin as usual, hold the cheese sandwich, hold the god bless
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:41pm Cecile:

the only crinkles I know are the ones around my eyes, and the chocolate ones I bake for Christmas.
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:41pm BSI:

Esplanade! Esplanade!
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:42pm dc pat:

mmm, eye crinkles...
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:42pm stingy d:

you know where to hold the cheese sandwich.

the crinkles! DUNNADUNNADUNNADUNNADUNNADUNNA!!!!! look face it, i'm in your band.
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:43pm Cecile:

I accept that. I will play the Nintendo.
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:43pm stingy d:

  Fri. 9/17/10 12:45pm Carmichael:

Hey dude, I was in a meeting and was thinking of Perry!
Can you rock the Ondioline a little??
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:45pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

yeah, synthesized blues! what a great idea!
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:47pm Cecile:

LOL! This is great, stingy.
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:48pm bryce:

cecile, did you ever hear "the final relaxation"?
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:48pm D:

I keep forgetting there are time zones now.
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:49pm Cecile:

Yes, that's amazing.
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:50pm Toby Dammit:

I guess even an oscillator can get the blues...
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:50pm bryce:

same guy! (gregg turkington)
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:50pm bryce:

oh shit, hey toby!
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:51pm Carmichael:

Sounds like I should be playing Frogger.
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:51pm Cecile:

Cool, Bryce!
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:52pm Rob W:

Even an Oscillator Can Get the Blues - very good Toby, that's a great Marathon CD title for somebody...
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:55pm still b/p:

Popcorn that's less popcorny...in a good and bad way.
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:55pm D:

How was the R. Ikeda, Bryce? Hits-filled jam session?
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:56pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

if I eat these squash seeds, will a squash grow in my stomach?
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:57pm D:

  Fri. 9/17/10 12:57pm Marco In Brooklyn:

Sound like what you would hear from a 60's game show:) but I like it anyway:)
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:57pm stingy d:

i have a record called "have it, or grab it, or go" anyone else have that. there's no information on it. but gershon kinglsey is on it. and sour soul from the flasher soundtrack.... this show is making me think about that record. and, well, does anybody have any idea?
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:57pm stingy d:

i have a record called "have it, or grab it, or go" anyone else have that. there's no information on it. but gershon kinglsey is on it. and sour soul from the flasher soundtrack.... this show is making me think about that record. and, well, does anybody have any idea?
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:58pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

I have ideas but they are all cliches
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:58pm Will:

The other Gil Trythall album is 'Country Moog'. I own it, it's awesome
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:59pm D:

It's a North Korean import.
  Fri. 9/17/10 12:59pm stingy d:

i need a copy of black mass lucifer, long since lost mine.

sorry about managing to double post over there. i didn't mean it.
  Fri. 9/17/10 1:00pm stingy d:

its actually a canadian import.
  Fri. 9/17/10 1:00pm Parq:

I *really* don't think we're in Kansas any more.
  Fri. 9/17/10 1:01pm still b/p:

Ottawa...Pyongyang...they all look the same when you turn 'em upside down.
  Fri. 9/17/10 1:02pm Carmichael:

Stingy, go here: http://people.tribe.net/kingshag/blog/9c3efc42-d64b-483e-92ef-8a9dae473adf
  Fri. 9/17/10 1:02pm D:

This is very disturbing.
  Fri. 9/17/10 1:05pm Carmichael:

Or here: http://antigravitybunny.blogspot.com/2009/04/va-have-it-or-grab-it-or-go-clowny.html
  Fri. 9/17/10 1:06pm D:

They called them love beads back then?
  Fri. 9/17/10 1:06pm stingy d:

thanks carmike! i could have sworn i surfed the net for this stuff for years. but never came across this info.
  Fri. 9/17/10 1:07pm still b/p:

Shook Westmoreland's hand once.
  Fri. 9/17/10 1:07pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

you must need some of that internet wax, Stingy
  Fri. 9/17/10 1:14pm dc pat:

hey uh...Bryce.
  Fri. 9/17/10 1:15pm dc pat:

this is weird.
  Fri. 9/17/10 1:16pm bryce:

produced by bernie krause! *that's* weird....
  Fri. 9/17/10 1:17pm annie:

i love this shit, but i have to split
  Fri. 9/17/10 1:20pm dc pat:

I agree, this is good shit. I also agree that I have to split too.
  Fri. 9/17/10 1:20pm stingy d:

morty's astrology record is pretty fuggin awesome too.

dunno bernie krause. he's no ed chalpin though, lemme tell you , i mean! hah!
  Fri. 9/17/10 1:22pm Looms:

Agreed, this is great. I only knew Music for Sensuous Lovers by Garson, this sounds even better!
  Fri. 9/17/10 1:25pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

I'm not going anywhere.
  Fri. 9/17/10 1:28pm dc pat:

I didn't really leave I just wanted to type that... this is too good.
  Fri. 9/17/10 1:31pm WR:

Too bad, Edison didn't produce enough concrete moogs
  Fri. 9/17/10 1:31pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

persecution of witches continues unabated
  Fri. 9/17/10 1:32pm Looms:

Recorded in 1968??!? I don't buy that!
  Fri. 9/17/10 1:34pm stingy d:

you think earlier?
  Fri. 9/17/10 1:35pm Looms:

No, just wondering if Garson could have been a Residents member... I really don't know his work well actually.
  Fri. 9/17/10 1:35pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

  Fri. 9/17/10 1:36pm Marco In Brooklyn:

I heard talking! Talking on bryce's show? Am I hallucinating?
  Fri. 9/17/10 1:37pm stingy d:

i know a bunch of his records, but i don't know the residents at all.
  Fri. 9/17/10 1:38pm Looms:

Oh, you should check them out if you like that kind of funny electronic stuff.
  Fri. 9/17/10 1:38pm WR:

Much better version than than by 386 DX
  Fri. 9/17/10 1:38pm Joe Voltage:

Yo Bryce, was able to grap those 2 Robert Maxwell records I hid at the salvation army.
  Fri. 9/17/10 1:39pm bryce:

NICE!!!!!! oh man, you're the best, peach0rz
  Fri. 9/17/10 1:43pm steve:

really love all these moog records... always liked the original popcorn more than the more popular hot butter version, less rock, more pschedelic swirl, the orig video is great too...
  Fri. 9/17/10 1:43pm Looms:

  Fri. 9/17/10 1:44pm bryce:

yeah, me too!! *so* acid-soaked, really beautiful....
  Fri. 9/17/10 1:45pm Parq:

Japanese gentlemen, stand up, please.
  Fri. 9/17/10 1:45pm dc pat:

look up the Residents version of Satisfaction. It really rocks.
  Fri. 9/17/10 1:46pm Parq:

dc, my fave Res cover is "Good Lovin'".
  Fri. 9/17/10 1:48pm Looms:

Agreed with dc pat, amongst many many others things. My fave may be Eskimo but well... I like them a lot anyway.
  Fri. 9/17/10 1:53pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

that very same thing happened to me just the other day
  Fri. 9/17/10 1:55pm steve:

my cats names perrey and kingsley! should probably wake them up and make em pay attention.
  Fri. 9/17/10 1:59pm steve:

also now would probably be a good time to mention jean-jacques perrey's "gossipo perpetuo" is the single greatest piece of music i have ever heard.
  Fri. 9/17/10 2:01pm bryce:

he must've killed thousands of scissors with that one....
  Fri. 9/17/10 2:05pm kim:

ruth rocks!
  Fri. 9/17/10 2:12pm bryce:

fo realz
  Fri. 9/17/10 2:25pm still b/p:

A co-worker's vintage Mini Moog is sitting in the next room here. Rarely switched on. I should play 'round sometime....sometime.
  Fri. 9/17/10 2:27pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

sounds like you work in a cool place...the only things sitting around me collecting dust are old IBM Selectric typewriters.
  Fri. 9/17/10 2:27pm Mike East:

funny - my co worker has a Moog Voyager set up in his office- its the newer model (we have an older mini moog too) but its pretty great.
  Fri. 9/17/10 2:30pm Parq:

I'm with DCE; I dunno what fields still and Mike work in, but I'd sure love to have an old Moog in my office.
  Fri. 9/17/10 2:33pm Mike East:

music equipment rentals / rehearsal studios ....I'm like a kid in a candy store - or more accurately, a musician in a music store
  Fri. 9/17/10 2:40pm still b/p:

DCE -- make those Selectrics SNAP, HUM 'n SING and submit the best sound-schemes to Bryce.
  Fri. 9/17/10 2:41pm Looms:

These Intersystems are pleasing me.
  Fri. 9/17/10 2:47pm ALF of Hip Hop Slam:

Is this on vinyl?
  Fri. 9/17/10 2:48pm bryce:

they made these crazy environments in which they'd perform this stuff live. they were seriously bent, rooms & mazes, blinding light, complete darkness, all for a tripping audience. i wonder how many bad trips they inaugurated, hahaa
  Fri. 9/17/10 2:48pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

I do a fair amount of field recording...the typewriter's kind of been done enough in the past...but some of our printers make some rhythms and stuff.
  Fri. 9/17/10 2:49pm bryce:


this is a cd reish, but yeah originally was on canadian vinyl!
  Fri. 9/17/10 2:55pm Looms:

Oh, they were signed by Streamline! I like the label but didn't know them at all. But it's logical, Christoph Heemann always had a great musical taste. Quite close to HNAS and others though, but really great.
  Fri. 9/17/10 2:57pm bryce:

they just reissued it — from 1967!
  Fri. 9/17/10 2:57pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

you're killin' me today w this stuff!! HEAVEN, I'm in HEAVEN!
  Fri. 9/17/10 2:58pm Looms:

1967? Alright, big influence then.
  Fri. 9/17/10 2:59pm Looms:

Great show, thanks!
  Fri. 9/17/10 2:59pm still b/p:

By the (musical) way, big ol' Kurzweil sits next to the Moog,
  Fri. 9/17/10 3:02pm Milk Dudley:

Switched-On Bryce! Thanks for the Corfu.
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