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Options May 1, 2012: The LPs-I-bought-in-the-last-couple-of-months-that-are-still-lying-around-my-living-room Show

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Artist Track Album Label Year Approx. start time
THE IN-THEME          0:00:00 ()
MICHAEL BLATE  Introduction to Acugenics   Options Acugenics  Gateway  1981  0:00:42 ()
THE CECIL HOLMES SOULFUL SOUNDS  2001   Options The Black Motion Picture Experience  Buddah  1973  0:04:10 ()
THE OLD VAUDEVILLE COMBO  Miss Daisy de Lite   Options Winchester Cathedral  Wyncote  196?  0:06:59 ()
THE TUBES  Cathy's Clone   Options Now  A&M  1977  0:09:17 ()
NO-Y-Z  She's a Cow   Options Sheer Electronic Din  Azra  1983  0:12:35 ()
SANDOZ PHARMACEUTICALS  Lear's Mental Anguish [intro]   Options Lear's Mental Anguish: Shakespeare & Psychiatry 3  Sandoz  1971  0:15:13 ()
COMMAND PERFORMANCE  Here's That Rainy Day   Options Command Performance  no label  197?  0:18:52 ()
 
MAX WEBSTER  Gravity   Options High Class in Borrowed Shoes  Mercury  1977  0:26:51 ()
GARFIELD  Nanny's Song   Options Strange Streets  Mercury  1976  0:31:43 ()
BERNARD BENOIT  Theme de la Folle de Toujane   Options Lutunn Noz  Arion  1975  0:34:31 ()
CRACK THE SKY  Ice   Options Crack the Sky  Lifesong  1975  0:39:54 ()
TIGER  Tyger, Tyger   Options Tiger  Retreat  1976  0:44:33 ()
 
VILLAGE OF SAVOONGA  Phillip Schatz (1)   Options Phillip Schatz  Hausmusik / Kollaps  1996  0:55:31 ()
B.C. GILBERT / G. LEWIS  3.4...   Options 3R4  4AD  1980  0:59:12 ()
BLAINE L. REININGER  A Cafe au Lait for Mr. Mxyzptik   Options Night Air  Disques du Crepescule  1984  1:16:10 ()
 
DULL SCHICKSAL  Roughneck Plot   Options This Side of Toilet Rug  Golden Mercy  1985  1:23:57 ()
WHITE LIBERALS  Mundane   Options Cat Behavior [12" EP]  Solid Citizen  1985  1:26:55 ()
FIBONACCIS  Disgusting Man   Options V.A.: The Lives of Lhasa  Lhasa  1984  1:30:29 ()
INTERNATIONAL POP ORCHESTRA  China Night   Options Visits the World's Fair  Wyncote  196?  1:33:57 ()
THE RENAISSANCE  (They Long to Be) Close to You   Options Bacharach Baroque  Ranwood  197?  1:36:12 ()
JERRY WEAVER  Close to You   Options Me and My Banjo  Revelation  197?  1:37:54 ()
SCOTT FRASER  Communique   Options Architecture  Fun  1988  1:41:38 ()
 
THE YOUNG BELIEVERS  Let Him Be Your Friend   Options Rise and Shine  OCR  196?  1:51:35 ()
THE WAY  New Song   Options The Way  Maranatha  1973  1:53:34 ()
DOUG HANKS  Like It Was Before   Options Walking in the Father's Love  DH  1982  1:57:27 ()
EARTHEN VESSEL  God Unlimited   Options The '72 Earthen Vessel Tour  Century  1972  2:01:34 ()
CAMPUS LIFE SINGERS  Tomorrow   Options From Now On  Campus Life  196?  2:04:49 ()
SCOTT FRASER  Migrating Birds   Options Architecture  Fun  1988  2:07:13 ()
VILLAGE OF SAVOONGA  Phillip Schatz (2)   Options Phillip Schatz  Hausmusik / Kollaps  1996  2:11:09 ()
 
MISTER EUPHORIA  Intro   Options Mister Euphoria  C&M  1983  2:18:27 ()
DULL SCHICKSAL  This Side of Toilet Rug   Options This Side of Toilet Rug  Golden Mercy  1985  2:22:51 ()
BLAINE L. REININGER  Birthday Song   Options Night Air  Disques du Crepescule  1984  2:27:48 ()
NEAL HEFTI  The Flintstones   Options Themes from TV's Top 12  Reprise  1962  2:32:00 ()
PRETTY THINGS  Drowned Man / Theme for Michelle   Options Savage Eye  Swan Song  1975  2:34:16 ()
GARFIELD  Above Market Street   Options Strange Streets  Mercury  1976  2:40:31 ()
HOLY NAME OF JESUS PARISH  End Credits   Options Stage 66  no label  1966  2:44:08 ()
 
O'LYN CALLAHAN  2001: Space Odyssey   Options O'Lyn  Yamaha  197?  2:52:01 ()
THE OUT-THEME          2:58:35 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 11:54am tonyc:

Hullo dere, ev'body. Show time is in 5 minutes.
  Tue. 5/1/12 11:59am Carmichael:

Hiya Tony. New computer, new resolution. You look different; have you lost weight?
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 12:00pm tonyc:

Hey, Carmichael! I'm actually just a hologram, don't you know.
  Tue. 5/1/12 12:00pm Van in DC:

Howdy there Tony, Carm, everyone
  Tue. 5/1/12 12:00pm Alf from Upstate:

Welcome back, Tony. Nice to hear you every week!
  Tue. 5/1/12 12:01pm Ricardo Montalban:

Greetings, Tony! I brought spinach dip.
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 12:01pm tonyc:

Hola, Van & Alf!!
  Tue. 5/1/12 12:02pm mark:

Don't touch my special points!
  Tue. 5/1/12 12:02pm listener james from westwood:

good tuesday all and howdy tony! greetings from (finally) rainy northern nj!
  Tue. 5/1/12 12:03pm Ricardo Montalban:

I can't listen nude. I am at work, although my audio unit is within arm's reach.
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 12:03pm tonyc:

Hey, Mark & James!
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 12:05pm tonyc:

Hola, Senor M! Don't be afraid to strip down to your true self, office or not.
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 12:07pm tonyc:

Don't quite see what 2001 has to to do with the "black motion picture experience"
  Tue. 5/1/12 12:09pm mark:

Hey there Tony. Soundin' good!
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 12:10pm tonyc:

Thanks, Mark! (And greetings!)
  Tue. 5/1/12 12:11pm Hank:

Tony Coulter's back? Very nice. 3/4 profile please.
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 12:12pm tonyc:

Back at ya, Hank!
  Tue. 5/1/12 12:15pm northguineahills:

I was all set on learning acugenics. daggnabbit!
  Tue. 5/1/12 12:16pm listener james from westwood:

sandoz, eh? king lear on acid!
  Tue. 5/1/12 12:17pm Hank:

http://www.worldshakespearefestival.org.uk/
  Tue. 5/1/12 12:17pm Ricardo Montalban:

It sounds like he said "I'm standing on your hymen".
  Tue. 5/1/12 12:18pm Hank:

Propinquity, ah kinship.
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 12:18pm tonyc:

Northguineahills: Forget Acugenics. It's easier just to pop a pill from Sandoz.
  Tue. 5/1/12 12:20pm Hank:

Bob Dorough in the DNA
  Tue. 5/1/12 12:23pm Doug S.:

Happy Happy Tony Joy!
  Tue. 5/1/12 12:25pm listener james from westwood:

i wonder if they also covered the ocd lady macbeth and the depressed/suicidal ophelia in their shakespeare series.
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 12:27pm tonyc:

Oops! I meant "aCugenics" -- damn my handwriting!

Listener James: They did!!
  Tue. 5/1/12 12:32pm Ricardo Montalban:

Geez! The title of that Sandoz Pharma album implies that there are at least three volumes of that series!
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 12:33pm tonyc:

Yep -- Sandoz provided lots of employment for third-rate Shakespearean actors.
  Tue. 5/1/12 12:36pm northguineahills:

Actually reading up on DNA right now.
  Tue. 5/1/12 12:38pm listener james from westwood:

i have a friend who works at roche, home of valium. i'm now picturing her in a production of "richard iii" in which large dancing valiums come out to comfort richard the anxiety-plagued night before bosworth field.
  Tue. 5/1/12 12:38pm Hank:

DO NOT ADJUST?
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 12:40pm tonyc:

That Sandoz LP is actually pushing a particular drug -- something called Serentil.
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 12:47pm tonyc:

Tiger's keyboard player -- at least on this first LP -- is Matching Mole's Dave McCrae.
  Tue. 5/1/12 12:48pm listener james from westwood:

looks like an anti-schizophrenia drug. pulled due to heart side effects, among others. i think mac has at least one flexidisc in his collection from a drug maker that they no doubt showered on doctors of its day to get them to prescribe.
  Tue. 5/1/12 12:48pm BSI:

HA, "serentil" ... Love the etymology of drug tradenames.
  Tue. 5/1/12 12:49pm listener james from westwood:

i used to work in a drugstore; i and the other counter-folks would fight over the free post-it notes the drug reps would dump on the pharmacists.
  Tue. 5/1/12 12:50pm conrad:

Tyger, Tyger: Blake poetry set to "mellow" '70s folk-y pschy-y stuff. Hey, The Doors got their name from Blake, after all...and there was that band The Blake Babies...
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 12:51pm tonyc:

Hey there, Conrad!
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 12:52pm tonyc:

The more Blake the better, I say. Don't forget the Fugs.
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 12:56pm tonyc:

In case you're wondering: this Village of Savoonga LP comes equipped with prerecorded crackle.
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 1:00pm tonyc:

B.C. Gilbert & G. Lewis = Bruce Gilbert & Graham Lewis of Wire fame.
  Tue. 5/1/12 1:06pm BSI:

Ah, good old Blake....
he was that zombie ship's captain in Carpenter's film THE FOG, no?
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 1:08pm tonyc:

Dunno -- but the idea makes me want to see that film.
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 1:12pm tonyc:

Have Gilbert & Lewis put you in a trance yet? The Acugenics lesson will now commence.
  Tue. 5/1/12 1:12pm Ricardo Montalban:

How many records are there out there put out by pharmaceutical companies?
I only know of that creepy one that has babies crying on it and one I found for a feline distemper vaccine with Marlin Perkins on it.
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 1:15pm tonyc:

Maybe what Lear really needed was a shot of feline distemper vaccine.
  Tue. 5/1/12 1:16pm BSI:

I've actually got a decent collection of pharmaceutical LPs scored from thrift-shops, etc. The CIBA drug company released a ton of 'em. My favorites are re; the treatment of excema and other fun topics.
  Tue. 5/1/12 1:16pm BSI:

There's also a great one that I keep seeing additional copies of: all different heart murmur sounds. Called AUSCULTATION OF THE HEART or some such. Very great sample-meat in that one.
  Tue. 5/1/12 1:18pm Ricardo Montalban:

BSI: I've got that Auscultation album! It's great! Also, the canine heart sounds record is really good too.
  Tue. 5/1/12 1:21pm Ricardo Montalban:

The creepiest is that A Child's Cry, a Clue to Diagnosis: http://waxidermy.com/a-childs-cry-a-clue-to-diagnosis/
There's a copy in KBOO's library that is hilariously annotated, with many pictures of sick children in the gatefold renamed after long-gone program titles or radio hosts.
  Tue. 5/1/12 1:23pm BSI:

I recently scored a 10-volume box set of LPs of Dave Elman lectures on "medical hypnosis" including such treasures as "how to achieve somnambulism" and using hypnotism to cure "frigidity" ... great stuff. There's a few thrift stores around here that are great for this kind of thing.
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 1:26pm tonyc:

How about frigidity in cats? Is there a hypno-cure for that?
  Tue. 5/1/12 1:27pm GRATEFULBLAC:

Your pronouciation sounds like 'dull shiktza' - I guess for those in the know a good response to frank Zappa'S Jewish Princess!
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 1:28pm tonyc:

White Liberals, on now, were from Eugene, OR.
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 1:30pm tonyc:

Hey GRATEFULBLAC -- grateful to have you here.
  Tue. 5/1/12 1:31pm GRATEFULBLAC:

Great to be listening to you tonyc - the best show on the planet!
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 1:32pm tonyc:

Thanks, GRATEFULBLAC -- I'm blushing.
  Tue. 5/1/12 1:34pm GRATEFULBLAC:

what's the name of the singer of FIBONACCIS - she sounds like Sandra Bernhard
  Tue. 5/1/12 1:35pm Ricardo Montalban:

Most of the really cool, great weird thrift store records were picked clean by hipsters years ago and now you have to pay 20 bucks for that "How to Buy Meat" LP in some hipster boutique store.
I have had SOME luck finding some great records in out-of-the-way thrift stores, but man, it's really scraping the bottom of the barrel.
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 1:36pm tonyc:

Magie Song was the Fibonaccis vocalist.
  Tue. 5/1/12 1:36pm conrad:

Maggie Song was the appropriate name of the Fib's singer. Last I heard she's doing acupunture/oriental healer kinda thing, still in L.A.

And we're back to Acugeneics again...
  Tue. 5/1/12 1:39pm Carmichael:

This muzak scat singing stuff is fascinating and odd. I really enjoy the Hi-Lo's when it comes to that style.
  Tue. 5/1/12 1:39pm Snortley:

I like Clay Pigeon's edit of "Close to You."

Why do birds fall out of the sky?
Because they're dead.
  Tue. 5/1/12 1:39pm GRATEFULBLAC:

Suppose its a different Renaissance to the British Folk rock band of ex Yardbirds fame?
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 1:40pm tonyc:

GRATEFULBLAC: Indeed!
  Tue. 5/1/12 1:40pm Ricardo Montalban:

Gawd! These songs were just everywhere during my early childhood! Agony+Pain+Entertainment=Agupainment
  Tue. 5/1/12 1:42pm Ricardo Montalban:

Is this Jerry Weaver record one of those vanity records like he'd probably sell at his Holiday Inn lounge gig?
Does it have a seascape photo on the cover?
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 1:43pm tonyc:

No seascape photo -- but yes, it is a vanity press. Has a nice drawing of him on the cover.
  Tue. 5/1/12 1:44pm Carmichael:

Friggin' Rod McKuen Junior, eh Fraser?
  Tue. 5/1/12 1:45pm GRATEFULBLAC:

like Carmichael - I am also into that cocktail muzak style, especially on Kevin Ayers early albums - Clarietta rag etc?
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 1:46pm tonyc:

This Fraser thing is actually a found recording -- a real audio letter -- set to music.
  Tue. 5/1/12 1:53pm ?:

I'm going to let Tony Coulter be my friend.
  Tue. 5/1/12 1:54pm charlie:

oh, that was me, btw
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 1:55pm tonyc:

Heya, Charlie!! Nice to have you here, disguised or not....
  Tue. 5/1/12 1:57pm charlie:

Happily tuned in just in time to be born again, although I'm sorry I missed the Sandoz/Lear record (will have to listen on archive).
  Tue. 5/1/12 1:59pm Carmichael:

Crosby, Stills and Jesus.
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 2:00pm tonyc:

Charlie: I'll give you the short version: If only Sandoz had been around in Shakespeare's time, the Mad King could have been cured with Serentil -- if he didn't die of drug-induced heart damage first, that is.
  Tue. 5/1/12 2:02pm Van in DC:

I just love the WFMU archives. :)
  Tue. 5/1/12 2:04pm Van in DC:

I've been working away, listening in. Just noticed the Scott Fraser last set. Anyone know if any relation to Elizabeth? (Cocteau Twins, This Mortal Coil)
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 2:06pm tonyc:

Scott Fraser was/is from Washington (state) -- so probably not.
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 2:07pm tonyc:

More Scott Fraser coming up next, BTW.
  Tue. 5/1/12 2:07pm charlie:

Hi Van!
Thanks, Tony, for the recap! Big pharma saves the world from madness, the need for art, etc.
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 2:14pm tonyc:

By the way, can't resist mentioning that 80% of the LPs heard today cost me a dollar or less.
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 2:15pm tonyc:

I am a proud thrifty vinyl shopper.
  Tue. 5/1/12 2:17pm Van in DC:

Oh hi there Charlie!
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 2:22pm tonyc:

Mister Euphoria may have listened to a King Crimson record or two.
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 2:22pm Doug S.:

I have an amazing record called Madness in Opera. It features famous arias of characters in the process of going mad. It was released be Lederle Laboratories to promote a new anti-psychotic drug.

bit.ly...
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 2:24pm tonyc:

Crazy!
  Tue. 5/1/12 2:24pm charlie:

Heya, Doug!
Tony -- no one has a nose for one-dollar gems like you!
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 2:29pm Doug S.:

If I have a nose for one-dollar gems, Tony has an iron lung for them.
  Tue. 5/1/12 2:30pm GRATEFULBLAC:

Tony - the best things in life are free!
  Tue. 5/1/12 2:32pm GRATEFULBLAC:

"ONE MAN GATHERS WHAT ANOTHER MAN SPILLS" - GRATEFUL DEAD
  Tue. 5/1/12 2:32pm Ricardo Montalban:

Nice to hear all this Reininger stuff! His and Steven Brown's solo stuff is pretty amazing
  Tue. 5/1/12 2:35pm charlie:

Liked that Hefti theme.
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 2:36pm tonyc:

Ricardo M: And this particular Reininger album has some great Belgian musicians on it -- like Marc Hollander.
  Tue. 5/1/12 2:38pm Ricardo Montalban:

Doug S.: That's the craziest record I've ever heard of!
  Tue. 5/1/12 2:39pm GRATEFULBLAC:

Was savage Eye PT's last album?
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 2:39pm tonyc:

By the way, I'll be back next week with another installment of "Tape Hiss" -- this time featuring downtown improv/late-No Wave stuff from the mid-'80s ... demos and a complete concert.
  Tue. 5/1/12 2:40pm Ricardo Montalban:

YAY, Hiss!
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 2:40pm tonyc:

GRATEFULBLAC: Last of the '70s, yes. Used to avoid their last few '70s album, but all have a few decent or better tracks, I think.
  Tue. 5/1/12 2:42pm kat330:

Pretty Things -- pretty thing indeed.
  Tue. 5/1/12 2:42pm GRATEFULBLAC:

Always thought their career ended effectively with Parachute - somehow they lost it after that?
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 2:42pm Doug S.:

@Ricardo
That record was the inspiration for my 2005 marathon premium Loony Tunes—songs about insanity. My marathon premium this year is a 2-CD sequel. Crazy indeed!
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 2:44pm tonyc:

GRATEFULBLAC: They did sort of lose it -- but there are still flashes of inspiration on the post-Parachute LPs.
  Tue. 5/1/12 2:46pm GRATEFULBLAC:

joey's in a dream!
  Tue. 5/1/12 2:47pm Van in DC:

Heya Doug! Yeah I had downloaded your Loony Tunes premium recently. Had my iPod set to shuffle last week and suddenly an odd song came on called "There are Drums in my Typewriter". Had to laugh :)
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 2:48pm Doug S.:

@Van
Woody Leafer!
  Tue. 5/1/12 2:48pm Van in DC:

Indeed :)
  Tue. 5/1/12 2:51pm Van in DC:

Thanks Tony!
  Tue. 5/1/12 2:51pm Ricardo Montalban:

WOnderful show, TOny!
Thanks so much!
  Tue. 5/1/12 2:52pm GRATEFULBLAC:

oh - Tony's gotta go!
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 2:53pm Doug S.:

DRUMMER STREAM PROGRAMMING ALERT...

Coming up tonight at 6pm (ET) I will presenting an hour of wild and wonderful Brazilian music, including a track by this fellow:

bit.ly...

Immediately following Tony's show, the stream will be playing:

Tabby West
Gene Taboor
Johnny Paycheck (He's in a Hurry To Get Home to My Wife!)
Jim White
Mike Cooper
Trio Nagô
Dale Vaughn
Eugene Chadbourne & Jimmy Carl Black
Manzele
Adolfo Echeverria
Abraham (last name?)
Asha Bhosle
Willie Smith & Sidney Bechet
Sidney Bechet
Artie Shaw
Father Huddleston Band
and more
and more
and eternally more...
  Tue. 5/1/12 2:53pm Ricardo Montalban:

I love this record! Apropos closer for this show!
I'm a sucker for versions of Thus Sprache Zarathustra
  Tue. 5/1/12 2:54pm GRATEFULBLAC:

Roll over Bethoven!
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 2:55pm tonyc:

Thanks for listening everybody! Hope to see you here next week. As usual with the "Tape Hiss" programs, there won't be an archive - so you gotta be in it to win it. Ta!
  Tue. 5/1/12 2:58pm BSI:

waah! meeting robbed me of all this Coulter time!
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 3:00pm tonyc:

This show will be archived -- only the "Tape Hiss" programs won't be.
  Tue. 5/1/12 3:00pm GRATEFULBLAC:

out theme - sounds like Sun Ra mixed with Monsieur Hulet's Holiday!
Avatar    Tue. 5/1/12 3:01pm tonyc:

Cheers, everybody.
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