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Options February 19, 2013: Tony Coulter Presents Tape Hiss: Zeuhl, K. Leimer, Savant, The Larry Mondello Band (PLEASE NOTE: "Tape Hiss" shows are not archived.)

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Artist Track Album
THE IN-THEME  Holger Hiller: Toyshopshoptoy   Options  
 
ZEUHL    demo 
ZEUHL  No. 6   Options demo 
ZEUHL  Hysraim   Options demo 
 
K. LEIMER  Hansa   Options A Period of Review (1975–1976) 
K. LEIMER  Figure Eights   Options A Period of Review (1975–1976) 
K. LEIMER  Agfa Nomad   Options A Period of Review (1975–1976) 
K. LEIMER  The Sad Skinhead / Parallel Cleavage   Options A Period of Review (1975–1976) 
K. LEIMER  Black Begins to Change   Options A Period of Review (1975–1976) 
K. LEIMER  Absence   Options A Period of Review (1975–1976) 
K. LEIMER  At Anode's Funeral   Options A Period of Review (1975–1976) 
K. LEIMER  Manual Overcast   Options A Period of Review (1975–1976) 
K. LEIMER  Lune de Miel   Options A Period of Review (1975–1976) 
K. LEIMER  Gisella   Options A Period of Review (1975–1976) 
K. LEIMER  Prefigured   Options A Period of Review (1975–1976) 
 
K. LEIMER  Askew   Options A Period of Review (1975–1976) 
K. LEIMER  The Radio #1   Options A Period of Review (1975–1976) 
K. LEIMER  Lifelike   Options A Period of Review (1975–1976) 
K. LEIMER  An Aerial   Options A Period of Review (1975–1976) 
K. LEIMER  All Sad Days   Options A Period of Review (1975–1976) 
K. LEIMER  Baseline Hit / Treatments / Confusal   Options A Period of Review (1975–1976) 
K. LEIMER  The Conclusive Remark / The Final Remark   Options A Period of Review (1975–1976) 
K. LEIMER  Acquiescence   Options A Period of Review (1975–1976) 
K. LEIMER  Lonely Boy   Options A Period of Review (1975–1976) 
K. LEIMER  Stationary Dance   Options A Period of Review (1975–1976) 
K. LEIMER  Fiction   Options A Period of Review (1975–1976) 
K. LEIMER  Stupid Stupid (Dumb/Dumb)   Options A Period of Review (1975–1976) 
K. LEIMER  Against Light   Options A Period of Review (1975–1976) 
 
SAVANT  555   Options V.A.: Sampler 
SAVANT  Thin Film   Options V.A.: Sampler 
SAVANT  Vigils   Options V.A.: Sampler 
SAVANT  Lifelike   Options V.A.: Sampler 
SAVANT  Grey Migration   Options V.A.: Sampler 
SAVANT  Silent Relays   Options V.A.: Sampler 
SAVANT  Steady State   Options V.A.: Sampler 
SAVANT  Aka Accident   Options V.A.: Sampler 
SAVANT  The Radio #1   Options V.A.: Sampler 
SAVANT  From One to Ten   Options V.A.: Sampler 
SAVANT  Aligned   Options V.A.: Sampler 
 
LARRY MONDELLO BAND  I Brought You a Gift / Hello Tape   Options The Warbler (Mondello Music, 1994) 
LARRY MONDELLO BAND  Fireworks   Options The Warbler (Mondello Music, 1994) 
LARRY MONDELLO BAND  Horns & Organs   Options The Warbler (Mondello Music, 1994) 
LARRY MONDELLO BAND  Smoker's Rights   Options The Warbler (Mondello Music, 1994) 
LARRY MONDELLO BAND  What's It Like to Die?   Options The Warbler (Mondello Music, 1994) 
LARRY MONDELLO BAND  Thrum   Options The Warbler (Mondello Music, 1994) 
LARRY MONDELLO BAND  Boo Radley   Options The Warbler (Mondello Music, 1994) 
LARRY MONDELLO BAND  Steel Drum   Options The Warbler (Mondello Music, 1994) 
LARRY MONDELLO BAND  Let's Keep Going   Options The Warbler (Mondello Music, 1994) 
 
LARRY MONDELLO BAND  Sexy Cop   Options The Warbler (Mondello Music, 1994) 
LARRY MONDELLO BAND  Whitey & Gus   Options The Warbler (Mondello Music, 1994) 
LARRY MONDELLO BAND  Seedless Beast   Options The Warbler (Mondello Music, 1994) 
LARRY MONDELLO BAND  Mucus & Phlegm / You Warbled It Too Much   Options The Warbler (Mondello Music, 1994) 
LARRY MONDELLO BAND  You Don't Deserve a Family   Options The Warbler (Mondello Music, 1994) 
LARRY MONDELLO BAND  Fabulous Warble Mantra   Options The Warbler (Mondello Music, 1994) 
LARRY MONDELLO BAND  How Can We Be Faithful?   Options The Warbler (Mondello Music, 1994) 
LARRY MONDELLO BAND  Eighth Ancient   Options The Warbler (Mondello Music, 1994) 
LARRY MONDELLO BAND  The Witch   Options The Warbler (Mondello Music, 1994) 
THE LARRY MONDELLO BAND  There It Is   Options The Warbler (Mondello Music, 1994) 
 
THE OUT-THEME  Gelbart: My Favorite Vacation [part of] + Die Trip Computer Die: Airborn [part of]   Options  

Listener comments!

Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 12:00pm Dervish:

Well hello, Tape Hiss!
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 12:02pm Tony Coulter:

Hey Dervish! And a good mornafternight to everyone!
  Tue. 2/19/13 12:07pm Jeremy (Hiss Nibs):

Top of the mornafternight to you, Tony et all!
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 12:08pm Tony Coulter:

Hiya, Jeremy!
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 12:09pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

A good Zeuhl Tony and everyone,
Magma Komandoh has a lot to answer for! inventing language and that, should'nt be allowed! At least being French, Magma should have created something that sounds like it!
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 12:10pm Tony Coulter:

Greetings Sir LP!
  Tue. 2/19/13 12:10pm ol'brueghel the uglier:

hola!
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 12:11pm Tony Coulter:

Hola back at ya, Ol'B the U!
  Tue. 2/19/13 12:11pm ol'brueghel the uglier:

this sounds too masculine though, prog is a bit macho
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 12:12pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

A touch more fusion than expected in this track!
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 12:13pm Tony Coulter:

@ ol'brueghel the uglier: You're right! I had to double-check that that was the female symbol.
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 12:14pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

did'nt Prince use that symbol after he changed his name to the artist formerly known as?
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 12:16pm Tony Coulter:

Hey, all, I know it might seem a bit pointless to favorite tracks on Tape Hiss shows, since they aren't archived -- but please do so anyhow, if you feel so inspired. My marathon premium this year will feature a lot of tracks that aired on Tape Hiss shows, so knowing what people like will help me decide what to include.
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 12:17pm Tony Coulter:

@ Sir LP: Isn't Prince's symbol some Egyptian thing-a-ma-bob?
  Tue. 2/19/13 12:19pm ol'brueghel the uglier:

any top prog female band ? or with non bearded woman leading the band?
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 12:20pm Tony Coulter:

Maybe Justine? They're sort of prog -- and certainly very good.
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 12:22pm Tony Coulter:

I mean this Justine: rateyourmusic.com... . I guess there are a lot of them!
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 12:23pm Doug Schulkind:

Great idea, Tony! (The favoriting/premium thing.)
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 12:23pm Tony Coulter:

Heya Mr. Doug!!
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 12:30pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

OBTU,
Curved Air (Sonja Kristina -singer),
Dagmar Krause of Henry Cow/Art Bears,
Anisette, lead vocalist in Savage Rose,
TEN WHEEL DRIVE,
Affinity (Linda Hoyle).
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 12:31pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

Doug,
Destination Out playlist is not appearing from yesterday?
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 12:32pm Tony Coulter:

@ Sir LP: Those are all just vocalists fronting (mostly) male bands, though. Justine is an all-female band.
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 12:34pm Tony Coulter:

Keep an ear out for the surprise cover coming up after this track.
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 12:34pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

any top prog female band ? or with non bearded woman leading the band? was the request, Tony
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 12:35pm Tony Coulter:

Right you are.
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 12:37pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

The sad Skinhead!
some would argue the whole punk thing was sad, most of the music anyway!
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 12:40pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

Tony,
you mentioned the M word!
not got over the Sandy Marathon yet!
  Tue. 2/19/13 12:41pm ol'brueghel the uglier:

thanks for the names. those female vocalists were also composers of the music? I would say though that there are more all-female punk, pop bands that all-female prog bands
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 12:43pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

have you heard of Babymetal?
they are all under 11 girl Japanese heavy metal band!
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 12:43pm Tony Coulter:

@ Sir LP: The M Word? You mean "Magma"?
@ Ol B: I think you're right about that...
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 12:46pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

Should'nt forget - Renaissance - Annie Haslam
Avatar    Tue. 2/19/13 12:47pm Michael:

Please forget Renaissance - for me. Hi TC!
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 12:47pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

also Mother Superior were an all female UK prog band from 1975!
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 12:47pm Tony Coulter:

Hey Michael!
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 12:49pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

not sure if Keith Relf was in Renaissance with Annie Haslam or not?
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 12:52pm Tony Coulter:

Here's the Palace of Lights Web site, by the way: www.palaceoflights.com
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 12:52pm Tony Coulter:

... with more recent stuff by K. Leimer.
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 1:02pm Tony Coulter:

@ Sir LP: Wasn't Jane Relf the vocalist when Keith Relf was in the band? Maybe the Relfs departed in tandem?
Avatar    Tue. 2/19/13 1:13pm Carmichael:

Hiya Tony. Keith Relf left Renaissance in early 1970. Jane left in December of that year.
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 1:14pm Tony Coulter:

Hey Carmichael! Thanks for straightening out my Relfs....
Avatar    Tue. 2/19/13 1:16pm Uncle Michael:

Greetings, tribe.
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 1:17pm Tony Coulter:

Greetings, Uncle M!
  Tue. 2/19/13 1:17pm Jeremy (Hiss Nibs):

All of this K. Leimer is tops.
Avatar    Tue. 2/19/13 1:17pm Uncle Michael:

Been listening since the open. Good stuff, Tony.
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 1:20pm Tony Coulter:

@ Jeremy: Glad you like it! Too bad it was never released. It's interesting how much "rockier" it is than his later ambient stuff.

@ Uncle Michael: Thanks!
Avatar    Tue. 2/19/13 1:22pm Rich in Washington:

This is great stuff, Tony!
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 1:22pm Tony Coulter:

Hey Rich! Glad you approve!
Avatar    Tue. 2/19/13 1:24pm Rich in Washington:

I wonder if CD-R technology will ever garner the kind of prominence that cassettes did in the 80s and 90s, in terms of immediacy, availability. I mean, in some ways, it's easier to make runs of CDs than it was to make a bunch of cassettes.
  Tue. 2/19/13 1:24pm Jeremy (Hiss Nibs):

First I have heard of him. So all of this music was made previous to any official release?
Avatar    Tue. 2/19/13 1:25pm Rev. Turnip Druid (xBSI):

A bit late to the Hiss Party, but entered to the nice warm glow of minimal synthi goodness. Reminded me of bits of that first Eroc LP (he of grobschnitt fame) -- but no matter! Groovy sounds.
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 1:26pm Tony Coulter:

@ Jeremy: Yes - about 4, 5 years prior to any releases. His later solo stuff is sort of high-class ambient. He was also in the band Savant, which sounds a bit more like the stuff I'm playing (in fact, some of these tracks are with Savant).
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 1:27pm Tony Coulter:

Hey there, Father Turnip!
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 1:28pm Tony Coulter:

The tracks on now - "Stationary Dance" - was released on a Savant 12". Not sure if this is the same mix.
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 1:28pm Tony Coulter:

Er, the "track" on now.
Avatar    Tue. 2/19/13 1:29pm Carmichael:

Coincidentally, I just last night saw the Moog documentary via Netflix. For not being a musician, he sure has a grasp of the ethereal nature of musicians jamming together.
Avatar    Tue. 2/19/13 1:32pm Rich in Washington:

This is a really good example about how making some really cool sounds with analog synthesizers seems to be a lost art. Even people who're supposed to be hot-shit analog synth people today don't sound as cool to me as stuff did in the 70s/early 80s, when synths were becoming more accessible.
  Tue. 2/19/13 1:34pm Jeremy (Hiss Nibs):

Amazing stuff. Wish I'd set up my tape deck to tape this show now! Stupid stupid!
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 1:34pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

Rich in Washington,
in my bloated opinion we are already past the CDR phase and into downloading from source.
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 1:35pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

Rich,
modern bands are too scared of sounding like Emerson, Lake and Palmer!
Avatar    Tue. 2/19/13 1:36pm Rev. Turnip Druid (xBSI):

Rich @1:32, amen to that.
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 1:37pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

I am recording it!
I mean comeon Tony, there is no archiving of the shows, someone has to keep such great music!
Avatar    Tue. 2/19/13 1:37pm Uncle Michael:

There is no archiving of the shows?
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 1:38pm Tony Coulter:

@ Sir LP: I'm glad to hear it -- but no talkee 'bout that, please!
Avatar    Tue. 2/19/13 1:38pm Rich in Washington:

I think if I bought a better cassette deck, my sentiments towards cassettes would grow. My setup is in such a state that cassettes rare really inconvenient for me, even though I have a ton.
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 1:40pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

Tony, I don't want the FBI breaking down my door for copyright infringement! But I assume most of these tapes etc have no copyright labels on the sleeves etc.
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 1:41pm Tony Coulter:

@ Uncle Michael: Nope, "Tape Hiss" shows aren't archived -- my regular freeform shows are, though.
Avatar    Tue. 2/19/13 1:41pm Uncle Michael:

Ahh...I see.
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 1:43pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

Rich, having experimented with transferring tapes onto CDR, the volume level of casettes is way below the modern day listening level. Probably had something to do with the analogue capacity or thickness of the tape!
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 1:45pm Tony Coulter:

As I said, we've already heard two of the tracks coming up on this tape -- so don't worry that you're losing your mind.
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 1:47pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

Tony,
I am right in saying that generally music sounds louder today than it ever was?
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 1:47pm Tony Coulter:

Definitely true. Too loud, in my opinion.
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 1:50pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

not only is it played loud (that has never changed) but recording levels are at a max.
Audio experts argue on the contrary that walkman/ipod levels are now limited for of ear canal damage and consequent litigation.
  Tue. 2/19/13 1:51pm MrFab:

Hey boys n' girls! Sir Lance, recordings are indeed louder. Check out this article to confirm all your worst fears about today's music:
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/music/9430338/Modern-music-really-does-sound-the-same.html
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 1:52pm Tony Coulter:

Hey, Fab-Man!
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 1:54pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

Tony,
Savant sound really graceful and remind me of the obscure Krautrock band Between.
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 1:55pm Tony Coulter:

I actually set the average volume of this show pretty low -- which might become a problem if everyone goes deaf from listening to super-loud music.
Avatar    Tue. 2/19/13 1:55pm Rich in Washington:

This sounds sick but I actually bought a tiny in-line amplifier to make my iPod louder in the headphones and in my car.
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 1:56pm Tony Coulter:

@ Sir LP: Glad you like the Savant. They do have actual releases, but they're not easy to find, unfortunately.
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 1:56pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

Tony,
I have a problem on the phone, a B sounds like a G to me?
Is it from listening to music?
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 1:58pm Tony Coulter:

Gy Bod, that is a problem!
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 1:59pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

Rich,
I also have the mini amp - Graham Slee Voyager. But you will find any device for headphone listening is now volume limited - because in the opinion of their lawyers they could be held liable for ear damage.
Avatar    Tue. 2/19/13 2:02pm Uncle Michael:

Tony, I will observe that relative to the volume of the music, I have to turn you way, way up to hear you when you speak.
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 2:03pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

Rich, apparantly if connect the Apple Ipod to the Headphone amp by way of USB port rather than the audio out cable, you can have unlimited volume! NOT ALOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT!
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 2:06pm northguineahills:

Hmmm..., I have the opposite problem, I have to turn down Tony's voice b/c it's so loud.
Avatar    Tue. 2/19/13 2:06pm Rich in Washington:

I am looking at selling one of my children's kidneys to buy a new, USB capable stereos for my car. The one I currently has only plays old-fashioned CDs!
Avatar    Tue. 2/19/13 2:07pm Rich in Washington:

I like how all my tenses and plurals are incorrect. I think I damaged my brain this weekend.
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 2:09pm Tony Coulter:

@ Uncle Michael and NGH: Thanks for telling me -- even if you do cancel each other out. Anyone else find my mic level too low? Or too loud? 'Tis very hard to set it just right, as I'm not able to look at a meter as I talk.
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 2:09pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

Rich,
I seemed to have been happened to have had the same problem!
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 2:09pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

hello,
whose been messing about with Japanese death metal band tapes!
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 2:09pm northguineahills:

Probably b/c I have the EQ compensating for some of these thinner recordings, and then, Bam! Tony's voice comes in!.
Avatar    Tue. 2/19/13 2:10pm Rev. Turnip Druid (xBSI):

I find the mic level a bit low & lacking a touch of upper-mid, but no big deal. I'm just happy to be here.
Avatar    Tue. 2/19/13 2:11pm Rich in Washington:

This is insane
Avatar    Tue. 2/19/13 2:12pm Rev. Turnip Druid (xBSI):

insanely great.
Avatar    Tue. 2/19/13 2:12pm Carmichael:

Moog went into great detail explaining the electronic differences between analog and digital synths. Being a non-techie, I appreciated the simpleness of the explanation. And the dude can play a mean theremin!
Avatar    Tue. 2/19/13 2:13pm Rev. Turnip Druid (xBSI):

getting psychodrama flashbacks again... not a bad thing, mind you.
  Tue. 2/19/13 2:14pm Whitey Witney:

"Larry wait till' your father gets home!"
Avatar    Tue. 2/19/13 2:16pm Uncle Michael:

I caught Larry, Whitey and the Beav looking at National Geographic behind the garage once.
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 2:17pm Tony Coulter:

Here's the Larry Mondello Band Web site: mondellomusic.com
Avatar    Tue. 2/19/13 2:19pm Rev. Turnip Druid (xBSI):

This is infinitely wonderful.
Avatar    Tue. 2/19/13 2:19pm Rich in Washington:

What about Lumpy Rutherford?
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 2:19pm Tony Coulter:

He was too lazy to form his own band.
Avatar    Tue. 2/19/13 2:20pm Uncle Michael:

Richard Deacon was very proud of him, anyway.
  Tue. 2/19/13 2:22pm MrFab:

So this is like the cassette player version of turntablism, eh?
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 2:23pm Tony Coulter:

Pretty much!
Avatar    Tue. 2/19/13 2:24pm Carmichael:

Boy, Larry sure learned to rock after the Beaver days. I never saw it comin' ...
Avatar    Tue. 2/19/13 2:26pm Rev. Turnip Druid (xBSI):

What I said @ 2:19. Again.
Avatar    Tue. 2/19/13 2:29pm Rich in Washington:

That reminds me, Fab. I need to dig up this totally warped CDR this guy handed me of pulled tape experiments. Pretty goofy stuff.
  Tue. 2/19/13 2:31pm Larry's Father:

Take it easy on the Beaver.
  Tue. 2/19/13 2:33pm ol'brueghel the uglier:

tony, now that you ask, voice is too low compared to the music volume, but after many years i'm used to ;)
  Tue. 2/19/13 2:35pm MrFab:

Well that sounds cool, Rich. Oddly enough, i can't think of any other tape manipulators. There were plenty of loopers and splicers...All i can recall is one guy who made a "tape-turtnable" replacing the needle with a tape head, and gluing tape onto the 'table. It was rather noisy.
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 2:35pm Tony Coulter:

Thanks, Ol' B. The too-quiets are now ahead 3 to 1.
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 2:41pm Tony Coulter:

... so I may have to get a megaphone.
Avatar    Tue. 2/19/13 2:42pm Rev. Turnip Druid (xBSI):

I wouldn't change a thing. It went great with the soundbed of cars whooshing by (a while back, whenever that was in use) .. (or did i imagine that?)
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 2:44pm Tony Coulter:

You didn't imagine the cars! I still use them at the tail end of the out-theme.
  Tue. 2/19/13 2:48pm Jeremy (Hiss Nibs):

W-w-wo-wo-w-w-wo-w-w-WWow!
  Tue. 2/19/13 2:50pm I AM A Holy Man:

I approve of this megaphone message.
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 2:53pm Tony Coulter:

I am grateful, o holy one.
Avatar    Tue. 2/19/13 2:56pm Uncle Michael:

Thanks, Tony.
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 2:57pm Tony Coulter:

Thanks everyone for listening! See you next week, I hope!
  Tue. 2/19/13 2:57pm Jeremy (Hiss Nibs):

Thanks, Hiss Satanic Magesty!
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 2:58pm northguineahills:

Awesome show!
Avatar Tue. 2/19/13 3:01pm Tony Coulter:

Thanks, NGH! Cheers, everybody!
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