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Options July 24, 2012: Sensitive Stonehenge

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Artist Track Album Label Year Approx. start time
THE IN-THEME          0:00:00 ()
JERRY GOLDSMITH  The Search   Options Soundtrack: Planet of the Apes  RE: Masters  1968  0:09:02 ()
BANDA ELASTICA  Modelo para Armar   Options Ai Tencargo  Luna Negra  2003  0:14:01 ()
JERRY GOLDSMITH  Main Title   Options Soundtrack: Planet of the Apes  RE: Masters  1968  0:23:35 ()
LUZ DE RIADA  El Pajaro y el Elefante   Options Cuentos y Fabulas  Angelito Editor  2011  0:25:50 ()
DOLL PARTS  Before Europe Was a Graveyard   Options V.A.: Colorado  RRR  1988  0:27:08 ()
HERMAN'S ROCKET  Green Creatures   Options Space Woman  RE: Mucho Gusto  1977  0:29:42 ()
 
TUXEDOMOON  The Cage [12" EP]   Options Short Stories  Les Disques du Crepuscule  1983  0:36:32 ()
DAUERPAUER  Glatter Nullbon   Options Glatter Nullbon  Tonetraeger  1982  0:40:45 ()
NAKED LUNCH  Weekend Behaviour   Options V.A.: Plezure Starts Here  Plezure  1984  0:44:15 ()
TINY DESK UNIT  Couscous   Options Naples [12" EP]  9 1/2 x 16" Records  1981  0:47:08 ()
NO GUITARS  Let's Get Stupid   Options No Guitars  MI  1982  0:52:32 ()
KRUZENSHTERN I PAROHOD  Marsh   Options Hidden Album  Auris Media  2011  0:55:43 ()
 
UTILITY PROJECT  Ronnie Listner Is a Bobsledder   Options Bouquet  no label  2012  1:06:23 ()
JEFF & JANE HUDSON  Op. Inst.   Options Flesh  J & J  1983  1:09:43 ()
THE GOVERNMENT  None of the Above   Options Guest List  Jackal  1980  1:14:19 ()
PETER & MARY SAVING GRACE  Sensitive Man   Options 7"  Awful Splendor  1980  1:17:24 ()
TEMPORAL PAIN  Brainstorming   Options How Absurd/ More to Come [flexi]  Eva-Tone/ A Split Conscious Music  1982  1:24:20 ()
HUMAN HEAD TRANSPLANT  That About Wraps It Up for God   Options V.A.: Colorado  RRR  1988  1:26:28 ()
J.G. THIRWELL  La Rue Madureira   Options V.A.: Objets Noirs et Choses Carrees: Nino Ferrer Revisited  Optical Sound  2012  1:29:58 ()
 
THE NIGHTINGALES  Insurance   Options Hysterics  Ink  1983  1:37:07 ()
HOYT AXTON  Double Double Dare   Options Explodes!  Vee Jay  1964  1:43:25 ()
SANTO  Billy's Side of the Street   Options A Night in the Life [12" EP]  Source United  1987  1:45:58 ()
MINIMAL COMPACT  Immer Vorbei   Options V.A.: Made to Measure, Vol. 1  Crammed Discs  1984  1:48:49 ()
RANDY BURNS & THE SKY DOG BAND  Sorrow's Children   Options Song for an Uncertain Lady  ESP  1970  1:52:44 ()
MARGARET SAMRA / WILL GENTRY  Your Love Gave Me Life   Options V.A.: Songs for a Winter Evening  Royal Master  19??  1:55:11 ()
THE MARY LEE SINGERS  Momma, Look Sharp   Options Music a la Carte 1971  Century  1971  1:57:31 ()
 
VIDEO-AVENTURES  Zazou sur la Piste   Options Musiques pour Garcons et Filles [10"]  Recommended  1981  2:04:23 ()
ADI RENART  Uga Uga   Options V.A.: New Age – Next Age: Electronic and Electro-Acoustical Music of Israel [cassette]  Shefaz  1988  2:07:02 ()
THE BOYZZ  Destined to Die   Options Too Wild to Tame  Epic  1978  2:12:05 ()
SOFT SLIPPER  Stonehenge   Options Sing Me a Song  De Wolfe  1971  2:19:06 ()
COMING OF AGE  You've Been Telling All My Secrets   Options The Album  Twelve  1983  2:22:20 ()
DIGITTE  Fred from Jupiter   Options Fred from Jupiter [12"]  Sire  1984  2:24:47 ()
 
DICK HECKSTALL-SMITH  Future Song   Options Dust In the Air Suspended Marks the Place Where a Story Ended  Warner Bros.  1972  2:32:09 ()
JERICHO  Justin and Nova   Options Jericho  A&M  1972  2:36:15 ()
DAVID REA  Cannibal Christians   Options Maverick Child  Capitol  1969  2:44:41 ()
JUSTYN REES  The Rain Came Down   Options How Can I Tell Them  Prophet  1969  2:48:56 ()
 
SHIMSHON MIEL  The Holy Zohar   Options Orchard of the Whispering Embers  RE: Ars  1977  2:56:19 ()
SHIMSHON MIEL  A Jewish Soul   Options Orchard of the Whispering Embers  RE: Ars  1977  2:59:02 ()
THE OUT-THEME  Gelbart: My Favorite Vacation [part of] + Die Trip Computer Die: Airborn [part of]   Options       3:08:16 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 11:57am tonyc:

Hullo dere. Get ready to return to the Planet of the Apes.
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:04pm Mr Benn:

What Ho! Tony.
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 12:06pm tonyc:

Top o' the afternoon to ya, Mr. Benn.
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:06pm Ricardo Montalban:

Take your damn dirty paws of the dial. It's...
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:07pm Mr Benn:

is this the soundtrack to the Charlton Heston movie with the famous statue of Liberty in the sand scene?
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:08pm Ricardo Montalban:

the Ape movies were such a huge part of my childhood.
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:09pm Mr Benn:

liked the tv series as well Ric!
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 12:09pm tonyc:

@ Mr. Benn: Indeed it is.

Hola, Senor Montalban-chimpsky!
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 12:11pm tonyc:

More ape music after this track....
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:11pm Mr Benn:

I reckon that the 68 planet of the Apes movie and 2001 were the greatest looking sci fi movies of the 60s - the Star Wars of that era
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:16pm Brian in UK:

Hello Tony, Mr M & Mr B.

One Million Years BC now thats quality with a small c.
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 12:18pm tonyc:

Hey there, Brian-all-the-way-in-the-U.K. I prefer One Million Years AC/DC myself.
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:18pm Mr Benn:

had raquel welsh in it Brian?
Always thought Barberabella was a peice of shit apart from the soundtrack?
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:20pm Ricardo Montalban:

I would really love to watch all the original ape movies, but they're not on Netflix instant and I am too lazy to get them on DVD
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:22pm Ricardo Montalban:

I wish some local TV station would do Ape Week, like they did in the 70s.
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:22pm Ricardo Montalban:

This is spooky, Tony!
I a-scared!
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:23pm Mr Benn:

did'nt think much to the recent Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Rich
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:23pm Brian in UK:

Raquel's bikini was the only redeeming feature.

Open the curtains.
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:23pm Ricardo Montalban:

I haven't even seen the Tim Burton reboot.
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 12:24pm tonyc:

Any future Ape Weeks should be hosted by Dave the Spazz.
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:24pm Ricardo Montalban:

I like that Paul Williams was in the original films. One of them. I can't remember. I think he was in every movie in the 70s, wasn't he.
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:25pm Mr Benn:

Tony,
THEME OF THIS SESSION - DYSTOPIAN FUTURES!
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 12:25pm tonyc:

Herman's Rocket is a Jean-Pierre Massiera project (one of a million).
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:25pm Brian in UK:

This constant need of Hollywood to tamper.
The Eleven Samurai anyone?
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:25pm Ricardo Montalban:

I think any movie with Raquel in it is worth watching.
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:27pm Mr Benn:

yes Rich, rather have Raquel than Marilyn Monroe in a movie!
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:30pm northguineahills:

I just saw Charlton Heston in the 1971 Omega Man that got rebooted as I am Legend w/ Will Smith on Netflix instant.
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:30pm Mr Benn:

Brian, Seven Samurai became the Magnificent Seven, Bald headed lead actors in both being the only common denominator - but thats Hollywood!
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 12:32pm tonyc:

Greetings, northguineahills!
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:33pm Mr Benn:

northguineahills,
Soylent Green also worth watching form that period with Charlton Heston and in some ways better than The Omega Man!
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:33pm Honey Water:

Hey, Tonyc and folks! Tardy but all ears now.
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 12:34pm tonyc:

Hola, Honey W!
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:36pm Honey Water:

Dern it, sorry to have missed Luz de Riada. I see there's a film discussion going on. I recommend a beautiful, information and poignant documentary by Chilean Guzman called Nostalgia for Light. Astronomy plus Pinochet.
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:37pm Honey Water:

informationAL
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:37pm northguineahills:

There are a lot of Kurosawa film on Netflix extra. Two weeks ago I saw Ran. Truly a masterpiece.
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:38pm northguineahills:

howdeeyoos, tony!
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 12:39pm tonyc:

I'm trading in this "Plezure Starts Here" comp at my local record store later today, so this is its last hurrah.
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:39pm Mr Benn:

love those Criterion restorations of Kurosawa's movies!
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:39pm Brian in UK:

Kurosawa's Throne of Blood is based on Willy the Shake's Macbeth. On and on and on.....
Hey ngh.
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:41pm Manuel de Bruxelas:

Hola Tony! Hola everybody!
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 12:42pm tonyc:

Hey there, Manuel!
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:42pm Mr Benn:

Kurosawa's Hidden Fortress became Star Wars in Hollywood's hands and his Yojimbo became A Fistfull of dollars!
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:43pm Honey Water:

Philo and I have worked our way through most of Kurosawa. Now we're trying out Criterion's Nikkatsu Noir, specifically Kurahara's films at the moment.
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 12:43pm tonyc:

This must be the only song about couscoous -- outside of the Arab world, at least.
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:43pm northguineahills:

Hola hola, Brian!
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:43pm Brian in UK:

Kurosawa best seen at the pictures (movies) for the scale.

Black & white or colour?
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:45pm Brian in UK:

Have you heard Joy Division's Bulgar Wheat, the remix?
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 12:46pm tonyc:

I prefer the gluten-free 12" version.
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:47pm Honey Water:

I'm sure we could oblige the title of this song with very little effort.
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 12:48pm tonyc:

It's supposed to be a parody of New Wave -- but works well as actual New Wave.
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:50pm Brian in UK:

On coloured edible vinyl? Yummy.

Has anyone ever danced the Mashed Potato? If so, what song do you play?
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:50pm Honey Water:

Parody and imitations are the sincerest form of flattery.
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:50pm Honey Water:

@Brian: The Monster Mash?
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:52pm Brian in UK:

Ofcourse. Nice one HW. Now the steps?
  Tue. 7/24/12 12:57pm Honey Water:

Uhhh, not sure, but IIRC, something about grinding the toes of one foot in a twisting motion -- a bug mashing motion, if you will. Anyone else know?
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 1:01pm tonyc:

Here's the video for this Utility Project tune:
www.youtube.com...
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:03pm Honey Water:

Olympic Fever -- I gots it! :) You UKers, I understand the weather has changed for the better in the nick of time. That's a relief!

Thanks, Tony.
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:07pm conrad:

Oh! how I loves me some obscure New Wave. Really diggin' the show this morn, Tony.
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 1:09pm tonyc:

Glad to hear it, Conrad! (And greetings....)
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:09pm Brian in UK:

Yes, since Friday it has become blisteringly hot. Looking forward with trepidation. That's an Olympic event in this country.
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 1:10pm tonyc:

Better than trepanning with trepidation, I guess.
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:11pm Brian in UK:

We are well ahead in the trepanning stakes.
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:14pm Honey Water:

Tony, love the really subtle subliminal message in that U.P. video. :)
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:16pm Honey Water:

@Brian: Bet the UK trepanning team is made up mostly of Welshmen, eh?
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 1:17pm tonyc:

The next two tracks sort of fit the trepanning theme....
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:17pm Honey Water:

Oh, hey, Brian: Aren't you the one who went to a dark sky site a while back? If so, you might really enjoy Nostalgia for Light. The Atacama desert 'scopes feature prominently.
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:19pm Honey Water:

Re: Temple-ral pain: "I'd rather have a bottle in front of me than a frontal lobotomy."
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 1:22pm tonyc:

Wise words....
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:23pm Honey Water:

My own such turn of phrase is: I'd rather be a recluse than be a loose wreck. ;)
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:26pm Mr Benn:

Hollywood's worse remakes:
The Wicker Man
Get Carter (Stallone's version!)
The Italian Job(Bruce Willis's version!)
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:26pm Jeremy:

Loving today's show!
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 1:27pm tonyc:

@ Honey Water: I'd rather eat a case of nuts than be a nutcase? Or maybe that should be, "I'd rather be a nutcase than a case of nuts."
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:27pm Honey Water:

@Mr. Benn: The list is long. No shortage of wretched Tinseltown remakes.
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:28pm Honey Water:

@Tony: Heh!
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 1:28pm tonyc:

@ Jeremy: Thanks! And greet-greet-greetings!
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:28pm Mr Benn:

Honey Water:
I know but those in particular came to mind when thinking about the subject!
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:31pm Ike:

"That About Wraps It Up for God"? Douglas Adams reference! Heh.

Great show!
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:32pm BSI:

Greetings, tribe. Dang, sorry to have missed Human Head Transplant. I had a cassette of theirs on heavy rotation in late-80s...
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 1:32pm tonyc:

Ike! Ike! Thanks and hello!
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:32pm Ricardo Montalban:

In the future, everyone will be Gang of Four for 15 minutes in 1983
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:32pm Mr Benn:

Does anyone remember the Nightingales British TV Series 1990 With Robert Lindsay, David Threlfall, James Ellis, Ian Sears - comedy about nightwatchmen looking after an office block?
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:33pm BSI:

"Hic Et Ubique Uno Animo," that was the HHT cassette. A total favorite from those days.
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 1:33pm tonyc:

And hello to BSI too!
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:33pm Ricardo Montalban:

No! Sounds great.
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 1:34pm tonyc:

Have never heard that cassette -- would love to....
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:34pm Honey Water:

@BSI: Been wanting to ask, do you have a soundcloud site?
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:35pm Mr Benn:

it had David Threlfall in pre Shameless days,
is the US version of Shameless any good?
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 1:36pm tonyc:

I am shamelessly unaware of Shameless.
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:37pm Honey Water:

Have not seen either version, MB. Likely my husband has seen the UK version while in Finland.
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 1:38pm tonyc:

RE this Hoyt Axton track: Talk about your made-for-portable-radios-at-the-beach compression!
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:38pm Honey Water:

Is it legal to use Hoyt Axton for trepanning?
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:38pm BSI:

@honey water: affirmative. I've tinyurl'ed it to demonstrate deep humility: http://tinyurl.com/chnx6jk
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:38pm BSI:

Is it Hoyt in here?
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 1:40pm tonyc:

Who's Axton?
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:41pm BSI:

I'm not Santo-society, society is Santo-me...
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:42pm Honey Water:

Aw, thanks, BSI! I'll encourage my, um, very close "bosom buddy" there, /kat330, to follow you! :)
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 1:43pm tonyc:

There is a Santo Claus, Jimmy.
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:44pm Honey Water:

@Tony: another great beach radio tune I remember fondly is "Locomotion." Oh, and the Exciters' "Tell Him."
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:45pm Mr Benn:

Santo-Sangre
Death will be my Santo Claus
The Streets of Santo Francisco
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:46pm Mr Benn:

Honey Water
I'm Walking on Sunshine!
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 1:48pm tonyc:

Randy Burns manages to remind me of both Tim Buckley and Tom Rapp.
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:48pm Honey Water:

[HW 'll do, MB] Great beach/ community pool song memories comprise a list equal to the bad H-wood remakes!
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:49pm Honey Water:

OMG, Tony! Seriously, I was JUST trying to come up with Tom Rapp's name when you supplied it! I don't remember him myself, oddly enough, and had to be introduced to his music through a native Finn. Weird that, too.
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:49pm Ricardo Montalban:

This has the wobbly characteristics of a Song Poem song.
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:50pm BSI:

not familiar with much Buckley, but I definitely got a T.Rapp vibe there.
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 1:50pm tonyc:

It is a song poem! Also, the pressed-on-frozen-cat-vomit portion of the show.
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:50pm Mr Benn:

this sounds more like Butch Hancock
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:50pm Ricardo Montalban:

Oh, God! Royal Master! I should've known! I'll bet there's a sunset on the cover.
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 1:52pm tonyc:

No, but there is a simple country church.
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:52pm Ricardo Montalban:

Most Royal Master records I have only feature one male singer and the occasional female singer.
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:52pm Mr Benn:

this is more Pearls before Swine - Balaklava
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:54pm Honey Water:

@BSI: Tim Buckley is wonderful! [so was his son]. Strange Feelin' from happy/sad is definitely one to look up. And Buzzin' Fly from that LP as well.
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:56pm Mr Benn:

Honey Water,
I went through a phase when everything had to be funky, and always went for Greetings from LA - Tim Buckley album.
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:57pm Ricardo Montalban:

Hoyt was pretty twisted, lyrically. I really like some of his late 60s, early 70s albums.
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:58pm Honey Water:

Unfortunately I only have the one T. Buckley vinyl in my collection. I lost a lot of early LPs [lifted while in storage] during all my youthful moving around the country.
  Tue. 7/24/12 1:59pm Mr Benn:

Ric,
did'nt he write the original The Pusher made famous by Steppenwolf in the Easy Rider movie?
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 2:01pm tonyc:

He did indeed.
  Tue. 7/24/12 2:01pm Mr Benn:

tlaking about singer songwriters - just picked up the triple cd album American Trilogy - The Mickey Newman back catalogue, but have not played any of it yet nor ever heard him, but just looked interesting!
  Tue. 7/24/12 2:03pm Mr Benn:

eh The Smurfs do Stockhausen!
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 2:03pm tonyc:

Smurfhausen
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 2:05pm tonyc:

And now: the boyzz who were too wild to tame... (and destined to die).
  Tue. 7/24/12 2:06pm Honey Water:

This is similar to the opening bars of R & L Thompson's "Don't Renege on Our Love." Always thought it should have a video on horseback.
  Tue. 7/24/12 2:06pm Honey Water:

@tony: Yep, an Epic tale.
  Tue. 7/24/12 2:07pm Ricardo Montalban:

Yeah, Mr. Benn, he wrote quite a few hits for other people. His LP My Griffin Is Gone is one of my faves
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 2:11pm tonyc:

Department of Advanced Notices: Won't be here next week, but KBOO's Rich Lindsay (aka Ricardo Montalban) will be ably filling in for me.
  Tue. 7/24/12 2:11pm Ricardo Montalban:

This guy sounds like a weird cross of Peter Hammill, Dio and the singer for the Monks.
  Tue. 7/24/12 2:12pm Ricardo Montalban:

You have mighty big shoes to fill, Tony, but i will fill them with weirdness!
  Tue. 7/24/12 2:13pm Honey Water:

Thanks for the heads-up. Cool, RM/RL!

I was thinking The Boyzz supplied some inspiration for "This Is Spinal Tap."
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 2:14pm tonyc:

@ Ricardo M: Just be sure to clean out all the weirdness before I have to put the shoes back on again.
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 2:15pm tonyc:

This Soft Slipper thing is a sound library LP.
  Tue. 7/24/12 2:15pm Ricardo Montalban:

I will wear those special socks they give you when you try on shoes.
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 2:16pm tonyc:

The Boyzz had their moment -- now it's the Girlzz.
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 2:20pm tonyc:

This, of course, is a cover of Andreas Dorau's "Fred vom Jupiter."
  Tue. 7/24/12 2:20pm Manuel de Bruxelas:

Fred Vom Jupiter !
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 2:21pm tonyc:

En Anglais!
  Tue. 7/24/12 2:23pm Honey Water:

Was the sequel Doug from Uranus?
  Tue. 7/24/12 2:23pm Manuel de Bruxelas:

Andreas Dorau is one of those new wave dandies...
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 2:26pm tonyc:

I believe Dorau is still releasing music -- tho I haven't heard anything released past the '80s. Anyone familiar with his more recent stuff?
  Tue. 7/24/12 2:28pm Manuel de Bruxelas:

he has had a hit with dorau und the marinas
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 2:29pm tonyc:

Years ago, someone gave me an unpublished bio of Dorau, which I should still have somewhere or other. His first records came out when he was still in high school, I believe.
  Tue. 7/24/12 2:29pm Manuel de Bruxelas:

"girls in love" very discothesque! love it
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 2:30pm tonyc:

Thanks, Manuel! I'll look for it on youtube.
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 2:31pm tonyc:

Jericho = Jericho Jones = The Churchill's (they couldn't make up their mind, I guess)
  Tue. 7/24/12 2:33pm Brian in UK:

Has too walk doggo & dig up some potatoes.
HW yes I went to Dark Sky Park. Not one clear night. Crap.

Mr Benn Butch Hancock is coming over here soon, hope to see him.

Ricardo, I used to have My Griffin is Gone. Would you like to go to Colorado etc. Where is it now? I liked Less Than the Song too.
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 2:36pm tonyc:

Happy potato, Brian.
  Tue. 7/24/12 2:37pm Brian in UK:

If you had to choose twixt potato or bread; which would you pick?
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 2:38pm tonyc:

Potatoes don't make very good staffs, I don't think. Baguettes do.
  Tue. 7/24/12 2:40pm BSI:

This Rea dude lurches into Roy Harper territory every now & then. .... innaresting...
  Tue. 7/24/12 2:41pm Honey Water:

Potatoes over bread, hands down for me.
  Tue. 7/24/12 2:41pm Mr Benn:

so next week will not be tape hiss but will mp3able with Rich?
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 2:44pm tonyc:

@ BSI: Word of warning: To my ears, that Rea track is by far the best of the record.
@ Mr Benn: Rich's fill-in will not be a Tape Hiss, so will be archived for all to enjoy.
  Tue. 7/24/12 2:44pm Ricardo Montalban:

I will actually be playing some tapes, so maybe there'll be hiss if I shut off the dolby - or dobly. I can't remember.
  Tue. 7/24/12 2:44pm Brian in UK:

This is a very good read based on a real character with just a hint of self trepanning!
http://www.mickjackson.com/books/the-underground-man/
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 2:45pm tonyc:

Beware of false dolby -- even worse than a false god.
  Tue. 7/24/12 2:45pm Brian in UK:

The Tap have a lot to answer for, none of it musical.
  Tue. 7/24/12 2:46pm Mr Benn:

JUSTYN REES very reminiscent of Fred Neil!
  Tue. 7/24/12 2:49pm Brian in UK:

Look forward to your return Tony. Chin chin.
  Tue. 7/24/12 2:52pm Honey Water:

Very Jungian from the description, Brian.
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 2:52pm tonyc:

Thanks, Brian. I'll be vacationing in exotic Yakima, WA. Yakima tips, anyone?
  Tue. 7/24/12 2:53pm Honey Water:

Thanks for the show today, Tony! Kept me distracted from the horrible heat still pounding us in the midwest. Have a safe sojourn!
  Tue. 7/24/12 2:53pm northguineahills:

My Ad-Aware just had an aneurysm, and I couldn't comment for the last half hour. What did I miss (didn't lose the stream, however).
  Tue. 7/24/12 2:54pm Mr Benn:

Tony,
from cannibal christians to stoned Kabalists, from talking apes to avant garde smurths, really enjoyed this show that had a bit of everything.
thanks alot!
  Tue. 7/24/12 2:54pm BSI:

Very fine show, TC, as always. Cheers...
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 2:54pm tonyc:

Thanks Honey West ... I mean, Water!
  Tue. 7/24/12 2:54pm Honey Water:

@Tony: Last time it was Tacoma! What next? Puyallup? Walla-Walla? ;)
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 2:56pm tonyc:

Thanks much, Mr Benn and BS! See you all in two weeks!
@ Honey Water: I'm trying to hit every city in the Northwest in reasonable driving distance from Portland
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 2:58pm tonyc:

Don't forget: It's Senor Montalban at the helm next week!! Thanks for listening everybody! Stay tuned to the stream....
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 3:01pm tonyc:

Sayonara!
  Tue. 7/24/12 3:01pm northguineahills:

Frickin' frissiony fantastic, tony!
Avatar Tue. 7/24/12 3:03pm tonyc:

Gracias, northguineahills!
  Tue. 7/24/12 5:27pm doyle dean:

hey tony, thanks for gettin bobsleddy wid it !
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