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Options February 26, 2013: Frankenflower

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Artist Track Album Label Year Approx. start time
THE IN-THEME          0:00:00 ()
SUI GENERIS  Alto en la Torre (1975)   Options Obras Cumbres  BMG Argentina  2000  0:01:58 ()
MACHIAVEL  The Jester   Options Jester  RE: Esoteric  1977  0:06:40 ()
TAI PHONG  Circle   Options Windows  Warner Bros.  1976  0:12:08 ()
POOPIK  track 11 [Hebrew title]   Options Everybody  RE: Phonokol  1970  0:17:42 ()
AMBOY DUKES  Inside the Outside   Options Migration  Mainstream  1969  0:20:59 ()
LES TUEURS DE LA LUNE DE MIEL  Machine Gun (1977)   Options Special Manubre [bonus track]  Crammed Discs  2009  0:24:19 ()
 
ATOMIC CAFE  Ivan's Exploding Head   Options V.A.: No Common Wealth  no label  200?  0:31:05 ()
SUI GENERIS  Tango en Segunda (1974)   Options Obras Cumbras  BMG Argentina  2000  0:37:19 ()
BUBU  El Viaje de Anabelas   Options Anabelas  RE: EMI  1978  0:40:51 ()
SOMNAMBULIST  Things I Was Due to Forget (1983)   Options V.A.: The Minimal Wave Tapes, Volume One  Stones Throw  2009  0:51:58 ()
JAD & NAO  Frankenchrist   Options Half Monster  Misc. Music  2008  0:55:00 ()
MAELZEL METRONOME  Soap-palchi Universali   Options Maelzel Metronome  Erosha  1994  0:55:53 ()
 
PIERROT LUNAIRE  Gudrun   Options Gudrun  It  1977  1:03:14 ()
IN AETERNAM VALLE  Annie (1985)   Options V.A.: The Minimal Wave Tapes, Volume Two  Stones Throw  2012  1:14:43 ()
NOA  Tape Tape   Options Noa  RE: Soleil Zeuhl  1980  1:19:08 ()
THE MEDIUM  New Thing   Options Medium  RE: Flawed Dreams  1969  1:24:21 ()
 
BLUES SECTION  Hey Hey Hey (1967) [bonus track]   Options Blues Section  Love  1994  1:32:15 ()
JETHRO TULL  Reasons for Waiting   Options Stand Up  Chrysalis  1969  1:36:30 ()
SIR JOHN BETJEMAN  Late-Flowering Lust   Options Late-Flowering Love  Charisma  1974  1:40:36 ()
PAPER BUBBLE  Fillin' a Gap   Options Scenery  RE: RPM  1970  1:43:34 ()
KLIMPEREI  Orthogonnaux Classiques   Options Octogonale Imperative  Gazul  2010  1:46:50 ()
HARRY MERRY  Vive le High Societas!   Options harrymerry.com      1:50:08 ()
GI-NAPAJO  Where's Mother?   Options Tsantsas  Muriki  1995  1:54:04 ()
CONFUSIONAL QUARTET  Pensione Elastica   Options Confusional Quartet  Italian Records  1980  1:57:39 ()
ESPLENDOR GEOMETRICA  Moscu Esta Helado (1980)   Options V.A.: The Minimal Wave Tapes, Volume One [also on "Fix Planet!" comp]  Stones Throw  2009  2:00:31 ()
 
KEROSENE  Stivali   Options V.A.: Ref. 907  Italian Records  1981  2:08:25 ()
ETRON FOU LELOUBLAN  Mon Petit Chorus   Options Face aux Elements Dechaines  RE: Gazul  1985  2:11:35 ()
DEUX  Game & Performance (1983)   Options Agglomerat  no label  2006  2:15:45 ()
ART FLEURY  Ghost's / Cultura   Options The Last Album  No Sense  1981  2:19:22 ()
MUSCI / VENOSTA  The Snout in the Dark   Options A Noise, a Sound  ReR  1992  2:21:11 ()
LUCIANO MARGORANI  Il Mondo Nuovo   Options Home Recording Is Killing Studios  Ayaa  1988  2:25:15 ()
RUSH  Tears   Options 2112  Mercury  1976  2:26:32 ()
SHOES  Do I Get So Shy   Options One in Versailles | Un dans Versailles  RE: Numero  1975  2:30:07 ()
 
THE JETS  Be for Me   Options V.A.: Buttons: From Champaign to Chicago  Numero  2012  2:38:34 ()
PISCES  Mary (1968)   Options A Lovely Sight  Numero  2009  2:40:24 ()
ANNETTE PEACOCK  One Way   Options I'm the One  RE: Light in the Attic  1972  2:42:47 ()
BIG BROTHER & THE HOLDING COMPANY  Flower in the Sun (1968 outtake) [bonus track]   Options Cheap Thrills  Columbia  1999  2:49:00 ()
FORT MUDGE MEMORIAL DUMP  Crystal Forms   Options Fort Mudge Memorial Dump  Mercury  1970  2:52:05 ()
 
THE OUT-THEME  Gelbart: My Favorite Vacation [part of] + Die Trip Computer Die: Airborn [part of]   Options       2:59:56 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 11:32am Carmichael:

Hi Tony,

Waaaay early, but that means I'm ready to rock. Or chill. Or something.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 11:41am Tony Coulter:

Hey Carmichael! You are early ... I haven't even rubbed the sleep out of my eyes yet.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 11:42am Doug Schulkind:

Carmichael is in your time zone, Tony!
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 11:43am Tony Coulter:

Hey Doug!! Carmichael must be a farmer, then.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:03pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

Peace be with you.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:05pm Tony Coulter:

Glad to see you turn-up, Tev. Turnip!
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:06pm Tony Coulter:

I mean Rev.!
Avatar Tue. 2/26/13 12:07pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

Greetings Tony and everyone,
so sad to read of the death of Kevin Ayers, one of the superstars of the 70s underground scene and founding member of Soft Machine, a foundation stone of all psychedelic and progressive, experimental and Jazz rock that was built on it.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:09pm Tony Coulter:

Greetings, Sir LP! Yes, I was very sad to hear about Ayers too. One of the greats....
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:09pm Uncle Michael:

This. Is. Awesome.
Avatar Tue. 2/26/13 12:10pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

not heard of MACHIAVEL before, but sound British and heavily Genesis and early Supertramp influenced?
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:10pm Tony Coulter:

Heya, Uncle Mikey! Glad you like!

@ Sir LP: They're Belgian -- and you're spot-on with the influences.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:11pm Uncle Michael:

I hate fucking Bruge.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:12pm Tony Coulter:

More proggy-prog ... French this time.
Avatar Tue. 2/26/13 12:13pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

In Bruge to you Uncle Mike, one of the best comedy films of the past five years starring Brendon Gleason and Colin Farrell
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:14pm Tony Coulter:

Tai Phong are the frogs I speak of. Two are French-Vietnamese frogs.
Avatar Tue. 2/26/13 12:16pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

Tony,
goes nicely to an old Dawn label comp that I just finished listening to before the show began.
Fruup, Jonesy, Stray etc.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:16pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

Man, it seems like I get cornered into making Grobschnitt references on the FMU board at least once a day, but this Tai Phong track (the instrumental bits) does bear a vibe like early GS... a good thing, surely...
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:16pm Tony Coulter:

I can see it following Fruupp, yes.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:17pm Uncle Michael:

@SLP...film's a bit older than that, I'm afraid. I actually really liked Bruge.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:17pm Tony Coulter:

Grobschnitt is a band I don't really know -- though I do have a bunch of the Eroc solo things.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:19pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

Grobschnitt is a minefield: the '80s era stuff I can't dig. But the early records are solid. I love the Eroc & Eroc 2 records for their sheer unpretentious fun...
Avatar Tue. 2/26/13 12:20pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

Yeh Rev.
Circle had Watcher in the skies written all over this.
This next track must be Israeli 70s rock band, as I recognise the modern hebrew lyrics about watching the stars and seeing the King and Queen.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:21pm Tony Coulter:

Yes, Poopik is an Israeli singer -- backed here by the Churchill's.
Avatar Tue. 2/26/13 12:23pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

this one has old mullet head himself written all over it - Ted Nugent!
  Tue. 2/26/13 12:23pm MrFab:

The Noooooj!

Man, this song makes me wanna grab my guns and kill me some liberals!
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:25pm Tony Coulter:

Hola, Mr. Fab!
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:25pm Michael:

Morning to you Tony; afternoon to most of my fellow listeners
Avatar Tue. 2/26/13 12:26pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

Did the Nuge have a bit of a reputation of being republican arse licking, money loving, Vietnam supporting hair brain guitarist?
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:26pm Tony Coulter:

I wonder: Would Nugent have called himself a conservative back in '69? Probably not, I'd guess.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:26pm Tony Coulter:

Morning, Michael!
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:27pm Tony Coulter:

This Tueurs track is, of course, a Hendrix cover
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:27pm Uncle Michael:

He's been a right winger forever. He was always anti-drug and has always denied Journey to the Center of Your Mind was a drug song.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:28pm Carmichael:

OK, back again from earning a living. Speaking of Israeli prog, check out my avatar. Found it out of the blue on the Google machine.
Avatar Tue. 2/26/13 12:29pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

The Isleys have a great version of Machine Gun from the early 70s!
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:31pm Rich in Washington:

That was a cool cover.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:31pm Carmichael:

@LP: Yes, Terrible Ted is universally regarded as a loud-mouthed douchebag.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:31pm Tony Coulter:

Hey Rich!
  Tue. 2/26/13 12:31pm MrFab:

That Hendrix cover was hysterical. Loves me some devolved "classic rock" covers. (Speaking of which, I saw The Residents last night.)
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:32pm Tony Coulter:

@ MrFab: How were they? They played 5 minutes from me over the weekend, but I didn't go.
Avatar Tue. 2/26/13 12:33pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

speaking of Hendrix's machine Gun, once had the DVD of the Band of Gypsies live gig at the fillmore east.
Unfortunately the film went Black and white inot the second track - does anyone know why?
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:33pm Uncle Michael:

Your blotter wore off.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:35pm Rich in Washington:

I got to see them Friday night. Packed house, despite most people's grumblings about the price-tag.
Avatar Tue. 2/26/13 12:35pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

no - UM - had enough to see it through, but always guessed that there was live tv coverage and that part of the filming had to be in black and white as most of tvs were not color in 1970?
Avatar Tue. 2/26/13 12:37pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

as this track started had the nasty feeling that you were playing Sad Cafe, now convinced this is not the case but some great art damaged alternative rock.
  Tue. 2/26/13 12:37pm MrFab:

Sir Lance, I believe that would be due to a lack of light, a condition of primitive video. it need lots of light.

The Residents were very entertaining, as weird and surreal as you would expect - no more eyeballs head, tho. The Singing Resident (now calling himself "Randy") spent much of the show in between-song monlogues that were quite funny at times, giving a history of the band that mixed facts with their usual mythologizing.
Mucially, it was very stripped down - perhaps a bit too much so.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:40pm Carmichael:

Hey Tony, just for accuracy's sake that Machine Gun track was 1977.
  Tue. 2/26/13 12:40pm MrFab:

(I meant 'Musically', not Mucially.)
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:40pm Tony Coulter:

Thanks, Fab. I'm not a fan of their more recent material (as in the last 20+ years!), but figured they might still be fun live. Should have gone.
Avatar Tue. 2/26/13 12:40pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

this Sui Generis is fantastic!
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:41pm Tony Coulter:

@ Mr Fab: At least you didn't write "mucusly."
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:42pm Tony Coulter:

Thanks, Carmichael! Was too lazy to scour the notes.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:42pm Tony Coulter:

Date added....
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:43pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

I fell off the Residents wagon at the elvis record (king & i) .. completely love the early primitivist stuff though.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:44pm Tony Coulter:

@ Sir LP: Sui Generis *are* a great band. They were from Argentina, as were Bubu (on now).
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:45pm Tony Coulter:

@ Rev. Turnip: I'm a mega-fan of the early Residents. "Santa Dog" and "Meet the..." are tops for me.
Avatar Tue. 2/26/13 12:45pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

did'nt realise there was such a great fusion prog, Jazz Rock scene there!
  Tue. 2/26/13 12:46pm Susan:

Great show today, Tony! You're making a very difficult day at work for me fly. Only a half hour of sleep last night but this show is like medicine. Thanks!
  Tue. 2/26/13 12:46pm MrFab:

Well, as it was a 40th anniversary show, they did play a lot of oldies, even their first record "Santa Dog." And a Snakefinger song 'The Man in the Dark Sedan", in an unexpectedly moving, sincere tribute.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:47pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

First residents I ever heard was Eskimo, so that one's got my heart. But "meet the.." and "not available" are infinite classics. Isn't that "randy" guy the only founding member left? Or did I hear that somewhere...
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:47pm Tony Coulter:

Heya Susan! Great to see you here! Get some sleep tonight....
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:49pm Tony Coulter:

@ Rev. Turnip: At one point they were planning to train their kids to be their replacements, so that the Residents could live on in perpetuity. Don't know if that ever came to pass.
  Tue. 2/26/13 12:50pm Susan:

Haha! Thanks, Tony. I will probably recuperate once darkness sets in and do the same thing all over again. I'm a hopeless nightowl!
Avatar Tue. 2/26/13 12:53pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

Tony,
for your information Poopik comes from the yiddish word Pupik and can mean:-

belly button
Navel
gizzard
chicken stomach.


It is a little chicken stomach commonly used in Jewish Cuisine in chicken soup.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:54pm Tony Coulter:

@ Susan: I'm kind of a night owl too -- but my cat has been imposing discipline by waking me up at 6:00 AM.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:55pm Tony Coulter:

@ Sir LP: Chicken Gizzard & the Churchill's!
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:55pm Rich in Washington:

@Rev Turnip: I think there are only two original Rez left. The one who's now Randy and one that I am quite sure doesn't partake in any touring/performance stuff. Pretty sure my friend and I spotted the two other musicians out of 'uniform' and assisting with break-down after the show. They're quite young.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:57pm Rich in Washington:

I have heard that one of the Residents' early defectors went on to be in Freshly Wrapped Candies. It sounds plausible, to my ears.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:58pm Tony Coulter:

I gather one of the original members lived (lives?) in Portland, hence their appearances on KBOO in the '70s.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 12:58pm Brian in UK:

Hello Tony, have you considered that your cat might have a thyroid problem. One of ours does the same from about 5am onwards, lil darlin'
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:00pm Tony Coulter:

Hey Brian! It's possible, given that he's 15. I think, though, that's it's just that he's a pain.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:01pm Rich in Washington:

I don't think so. The Portland connection was friend, Bill R, who was a DJ in the mid-70s. I interviewed Homer Flynn last week and he confirmed that KBOO was the first station to play The Residents.
Bill did a wonderfully weird show called Radio Lab until about '79 or so. He's also responsible for some pretty cool YouTube videos showing the early Rez' studio, etc...
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:01pm Brian in UK:

Tony, do you have any peregrinations across the water planned for this year.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:02pm Brian in UK:

Jinx Tony ours is 15.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:02pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

Somewhere amongst my crap I still have my VHS of the episode of Night Flight (mole show era) which featured an "interview" with the residents (one besuited eyeball-head character not speaking, and a young "interpreter") . Great show. Was my first glimpse of many of those early videos.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:02pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

Night Flight is sorely missed.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:03pm Rich in Washington:

Night Flight was indeed great. Perhaps holy.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:03pm Tony Coulter:

@ Rich: Ah -- thanks for the clarification.

@ Brian in the UK: Not yet, unfortunately....
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:04pm Tony Coulter:

... travel plans, that is -- the cat is fully 15.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:04pm Rich in Washington:

There's a gentleman in Texas who sells really inexpensive DVDs of Night Flight compilations. I can't find his contact info at the moment.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:05pm Brian in UK:

By the way I was not implying that you can walk on water.....YET.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:05pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

...and was it also USA Network that re-ran the New Wave Theater episodes? It's all lost in a blur of senile dementia.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:07pm Rich in Washington:

Yes. the dude sells two volumes of NWT and they're great. kctexan.com
  Tue. 2/26/13 1:07pm Jeremy:

Gudrun afternoon, Tony et al!
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:08pm Tony Coulter:

Heya, Jeremy!
  Tue. 2/26/13 1:09pm Jeremy:

Interesting info on the Residents. Always feel conflicted about whether I want to know any "facts" about their lives or identities.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:09pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

whoa. Thanks Rich. This requires digging...
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:10pm Uncle Michael:

My legendary Uncle knew those guys early on. He thought they were just Bay Area artists friends of his and showed me the recorded Xmas card they once sent him. It was an original copy of Santa Dog.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:12pm Tony Coulter:

@ Jeremy: I know what you mean -- better not to see behind the screen.
  Tue. 2/26/13 1:13pm Jeremy:

Just ran into Gary Panter at his gallery show and was chatting with him about music. He said the Residents are "nice guys" I've met some bay area musicians who have played with them and they always say something similar, "just regular fellas"
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:13pm Tony Coulter:

@ Uncle Michael: Wow! I'm impressed! Who's your uncle, pray tell? (If you feel comfortable divulging, that is.)
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:15pm Tony Coulter:

In my experience, musicians who do "crazy" music are usually perfectly sane -- it's the pop stars who are nuts.
  Tue. 2/26/13 1:15pm Susan:

Hmm...I know what you mean about being woken by cats. Part of the reason I had a half hour's sleep was because I was woken to their fighting over the food dish! Gotta love 'em though! I've tried to be a morning person time and time again. I gave up!
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:16pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

"Walter Westinghouse" is clearly the work of those more sane than most of us.
  Tue. 2/26/13 1:17pm Jeremy:

Un petit martin rev-erence here...
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:17pm Uncle Michael:

My Uncle Jim Newman founded the Other Minds festival with Charles Amirkhanian, produced the Sun Ra film Space is the Place and has done some other cool stuff. He's 80 and plays bari sax with the Junius Courtney band for fun. Oh, he's the guy that brought Brubeck to Oberlin and wrote the liner notes on the back of the LP too...
  Tue. 2/26/13 1:17pm ?:

susan it is the amazing noises that emanate from their mouths that never cease to amaze.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:18pm Uncle Michael:

Doug tires of me bragging about my uncle.
  Tue. 2/26/13 1:20pm Jeremy:

I didn't read the Sun Ra bio for the same reason. I much prefer mythologies like the Space is the Place film. He says he's from Saturn, good enough.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:20pm Tony Coulter:

@ Uncle Michael: Thanks! The Other Minds festival is a great thing.
  Tue. 2/26/13 1:22pm Susan:

My 30 pounder sounds like he is crying, "mooom".
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:22pm Uncle Michael:

Jim is President Emeritus of Other Minds now. I finally made it out there for it a few years ago.

@Jeremy Is you post coincidental?
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:22pm Tony Coulter:

@ Jeremy: Just knowing Sun Ra's real name is de-mythologizing enough: Herman Blount.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:22pm Carmichael:

On 1st hearing of this NOA, I shuddered at the possibility that it was Jon Anderson. Thankfully, that nightmare passed.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:23pm Lewis:

Burbeck to Oberlin - not bad.... says the Obie grad (though I arrived too late for the concert)
  Tue. 2/26/13 1:23pm Jeremy:

(fingers in ears) icanthearyouicanthearyouicanthearyou
wait i can still read! dammit!
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:24pm Tony Coulter:

Hey Lewis!
  Tue. 2/26/13 1:25pm Jeremy:

@Uncle Michael: what means post coincidental?
  Tue. 2/26/13 1:25pm MrFab:

Actually Jeremy, reading "Space is the Place" only reinforced the mystery of Sun Ra. I came away from the book more baffled than ever. And not due to poor research or writing, just the fact that Ra was a genuine enigma. 'Tis a good read.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:25pm Rich in Washington:

Jon Anderson's real name was Sun Ra. Go figure.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:27pm Uncle Michael:

Jeremy, you mentioned Space is the Place right after I did. In a conversation where I mentioned it in reference to someone I also linked back to the Residents.
  Tue. 2/26/13 1:27pm Jeremy:

Thanks MrFab, I may cave one day and read it. I don't know why I cherish my ignorance so.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:27pm Tony Coulter:

My court-mandated one-Finnish-track-per-show is coming up at the start of the next set.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:28pm Rich in Washington:

I kind of wish I could un-know some of the things I've learned about bands/people like the Residents. I still find their really early days (and music, natch) interesting.
  Tue. 2/26/13 1:31pm Jeremy:

@Uncle M: Just following the thread, I referenced the film because you mentioned it and those two artists are the among the most mysterious to me.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:31pm Carmichael:

The universe is beginning to make sense, Rich!
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:34pm Brian in UK:

Hey Rich, just wait 'till you get old and the memory starts to ........
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:36pm Tony Coulter:

Some Jethro Toe for ya....
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:37pm Uncle Michael:

Ian Anderson hates your Levis.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:37pm Carmichael:

Blues Section, although they were Finnish, had a British ex-pat vocalist. When he quit, they found another one. For some reason, I find that mildly amusing.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:39pm Tony Coulter:

I can see the "wanted" ads now.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:40pm Tony Coulter:

Or maybe they just put up posters around Helsinki.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:40pm Brian in UK:

The funny thing is the Finnish could probably sing better in English.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:41pm Brian in UK:

Is Helsinki in Hells Kitchin?
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:41pm Rich in Washington:

Tony, your recent shows have rekindled my appreciation for Jethro Tull.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:44pm Uncle Michael:

Who plays on the Sir John track?
  Tue. 2/26/13 1:45pm Demian:

Another Bubble band! I thought Bubble Puppy had cornered that market.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:46pm Tony Coulter:

@ Rich: I've been re-discovering tons of the better-known '70s bands since moving to Portland because that kind of thing is really cheap around here.
Avatar Tue. 2/26/13 1:46pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

I agree with you Mr Fab,
found the Sun Ra book Space is the Place, as unfathomable as Space itself.
Expecting a biography and discography, what I got were chunks of mystical ramblings!
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:48pm Uncle Michael:

This great episode of Tony's is interfering with my own production work. DAMN you.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:49pm Tony Coulter:

@ Sir Michael: Music is by Jim Parker; musicians include Clem Cattini: drums; Gary Boyle: guitar; most of the others I haven't heard of.
  Tue. 2/26/13 1:50pm ol'brueghel the uglier:

just passing by no time today, hello and goodbye everybody, will listen it later from the archive!
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:50pm Lewis:

@Uncle Michael - aint it the truth!!
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:51pm Tony Coulter:

Good hello-goodbye to you, Ol' B!

And greetings, Lewis!
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:51pm Uncle Michael:

I'm encountering Clem Cattini *everywhere* these days.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:51pm Brian in UK:

Nice one Tony, gotta cut 'n run. Chin chin.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:51pm Carmichael:

You're pretty safe naming Clem Cattini, Tony. He's played on everything British since Joe Meek.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:53pm Tony Coulter:

See you, Brian!!
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 1:58pm Brian in UK:

Carmichael, I used to work with his nephew Paul, he had a band with the great name 'Bad Karma Beckons'
Really going now.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 2:01pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

Yay, Esplendor... favorite track on Minimal Wave no.1
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 2:04pm Tony Coulter:

Noisy, but chic.
Avatar Tue. 2/26/13 2:04pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

SPLENDOR GEOMETRICA Moscu Esta Helado (1980) - sounds like what The Fall wanted to sound like but were to crap to do so
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 2:17pm Uncle Michael:

I finally have an hour selected for my "The Prisoner" inspired show.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 2:18pm Carmichael:

Great 80s synth drum. Crack that whip!
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 2:20pm Tony Coulter:

@ Uncle Michael: Will he manage to escape by the end of the show?
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 2:21pm Uncle Michael:

mayyyyybe
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 2:22pm Ike:

Who is No. 1? You are, No. 6.

Or not.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 2:23pm Uncle Michael:

I am the new No. 2.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 2:23pm Tony Coulter:

Chairman Ike -- greetings!
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 2:34pm Tony Coulter:

Hard to believe this is the power-pop band Shoes ... but it is.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 2:41pm Carmichael:

Is this an Illinois-themed set, Tony?
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 2:43pm Tony Coulter:

Could be, accidentally -- I'm not very state-conscious. Country-conscious, yes; state-conscious, no.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 2:46pm Carmichael:

The 1st 2 were from IL, but I believe Ms. Peacock is a Brooklynite.
Avatar Tue. 2/26/13 2:48pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

Tony,
looks like you have been checking out lots of funky hip hop labels like Stones Throw, Numero, and the breakbeat friendly lp by Annette Peacock.

Could it be you are now digging a bit of cool soul funk?
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 2:51pm Tony Coulter:

I've always liked a bit of that in the mix -- though as for Stones Throw and Numero I've only dipped a pinky toe into their funk stuff -- they release other flavors as well.
Avatar Tue. 2/26/13 2:53pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

both labels are excellent and present top quality material, expertly remastered. Stuff that was slept on at the time of its original release.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 2:55pm Tony Coulter:

Thanks for listening and commenting, everybody. See you next time for the first marathon shift. If I don't say so myself, my premium will really be something special this year.
  Tue. 2/26/13 2:55pm Jeremy:

I found an original copy of that Annette Peacock a few years ago in a charity shop in Glasgow, but left it in the pub! Kick myself for that often.
Avatar Tue. 2/26/13 2:55pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

Excellent show Tony, but I suppose next week we will have the big M in town!
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 2:55pm Ike:

Will you have a co-host, Tony?
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 2:56pm northguineahills:

I got here for the last 5 minutes, woo!
  Tue. 2/26/13 2:57pm Jeremy:

Great show, Tony, loved all the variety.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 2:57pm Carmichael:

Thanks, Tony!
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 2:57pm Tony Coulter:

@ Ike: Possibly. I'm still working out the kinks. Prizes yes, anyhow.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 2:57pm Tony Coulter:

Heya NGH! Enjoy your minutes.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 2:58pm Uncle Michael:

Loved the Mort Fudge Dump.
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 2:58pm Uncle Michael:

Thanks for the show, Tony.
Avatar Tue. 2/26/13 2:58pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

somebody cool Tony, perhaps, John Peel, Syd Barrett, Viv Stanshall?
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 3:00pm Rich in Washington:

Thanks, Senor Tony!
Avatar Tue. 2/26/13 3:00pm SIR LANCELOT PRATT:

I mean to co-host the show!
Avatar    Tue. 2/26/13 3:00pm Tony Coulter:

Thanks again, everybody!! See ya!
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