Bob Brainen's playlist November 8, 2014 E-mail Bob Brainen
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Artist Track Album / Format Year Comments Approx. start time Hank Levine w/ Timothy Leary Image, Part One / The Psychedelic Experience (CD-R) 1961 / 1966 0:00:00 ) Lee Fields & The Expressions Still Hanging On (MP3) 1969 Thanks to Doug Young 0:02:21 ) Cream I Feel Free Fresh Cream (CD) 1966 R.I.P. Jack Bruce 0:05:15 ) Jack Bruce Over The Cliff Things We Like (CD) 1968 / 1970 1st recorded "solo" album, but released 2nd. 0:08:05 ) Jack Bruce Weird of Hermiston Songs For A Tailor (CD) 1969 0:10:56 ) Richie Havens I Can't Make it Anymore Mixed Bag (LP) 1967 0:14:40 ) Sandy Denny w/Strawbs Who Knows Where the Time Goes Strawbs Sampler (CD-R) 1967 / 1969 0:16:32 ) (Rahsaan) Roland Kirk Lady's Blues Left And Right (LP) 1969 0:20:09 ) El Chicano I Feel Free Celebration (LP) 1972 cover of J. Bruce/Cream song 0:24:44 ) David McCallum It Won't Be Wrong Music: A Bit More Of Me (LP) 1967 Byrds cover 0:28:21 ) Music behind DJ:
Music: A Bit More Of Me 0:28:37 ) P.J. Proby Secret Love (MP3) 1965 Thanks to Gene Sculatti 0:42:09 ) Moby Grape Hoochie '69 (CD) 1969 0:44:40 ) Maury Laws "Opening w/ Boris Karloff" from Mad Monster Party Monster Movie Music, Vol. 1 (CD-R) 1967 0:49:08 ) Igor Stravinsky Mvt. 1 from Ebony Concerto Stravinsky (CD) 1945 / 1991 0:52:43 ) Wayne Horvitz & The Royal Room Music Collective Ensemble Trish At The Reception (CD) * 2014 0:56:26 ) Music behind DJ:
"frogs and more frogs" @ Joe Bauer's
0:57:03 ) Turtles She's My Girl 20 Greatest Hits (CD) 1967 / 1984 1:09:37 ) Exciters Run Mascara The Bert Berns Story Vol. 2 1964 / 2009 Thanks to Doug Young 1:12:35 ) Turtles Grim Reaper Of Love 20 Greatest Hits (CD) 1966 / 1984 1:14:28 ) Otis Redding Got To Go Back (And Watch That Little Girl Dance) The Bert Berns Story Vol. 2 (CD) 1967 / 2009 VAR
aka Look At That Girl
1:17:27 ) Bob & Earl Dancin' Everywhere (45) 1966 1:20:16 ) Lou Courtney Skate Now (45) 1967 1:22:56 ) Seeds Mr. Farmer The Singles As & Bs 1965-1970 (CD) 1966 / 2014 1:25:49 ) Howlin' Wolf Nature The Real Folk Blues (CD) 1957 / 2002 1:28:14 ) Music behind DJ:
"frogs and more frogs" @ Joe Bauer's
1:29:34 ) Ray Charles Heartbreaker (45) 1960 1:39:11 ) Bud Powell Parisian Thoroughfare The Complete Blue Note And Roost Recordings (CD box set) 1951 / 1994 1:43:07 ) NRBQ Getting To Know You Brass Tacks (LP) * 2014 1:45:16 ) P.J. O'Connell w/ NRBQ I Can't Stop Thinking About You Happy Go Lucky (CD) 2005 1:47:35 ) Bessie Jones & the Georgia Sea Island Singers Blow Gabriel Get In Union (CD box set) * 1959 / 2014 1:50:13 ) Albert Ayler When The Saints Go Marching In Swing Low Sweet Spiritual (LP) 1964 /1982 1:52:52 ) Music behind DJ:
"frogs and more frogs" @ Joe Bauer's
(* = new, The marked selections are from the Brainen Archive.)
♥ Sat. 11/8/14 9:09am Sem Chumbo:
'FMU's weeks long Jack Bruce career retrospective has been educational and a musical treat. Without the on-air staff's individual insights into the Bruce legacy, I might have thought his contribution to music culture revolved around Cream alone. Thx, 'FMU!
Sat. 11/8/14 9:14am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:
- yeah - love(d) Jack. Appreciated.
Sat. 11/8/14 9:14am RHenderson:
Multiple Jack Bruce selections- how wonderful! I hope that ' Harmony Row' gets a look. His voice, the defining bass abilities, what a consummately musical individual. Great thus far, Bob.
♥ Sat. 11/8/14 9:18am Sem Chumbo:
Killing me w/ this, beautifully.
Sat. 11/8/14 9:21am RHenderson:
Having said as much above re. Jack Bruce, I lost interest after 'How's Tricks.' Am curious about good entries in his later catalog, 'Monkjack' et al.
Sat. 11/8/14 9:24am William:
Yeah! Left and Right was my first Roland Kirk LP. Love it!
Sat. 11/8/14 9:30am stubbins:
...snooze...I'm awake but I feel like I'm still sleeping...
Sat. 11/8/14 9:33am melinda:
Five o'Clock World! Enjoying the David McCallum covers.
Sat. 11/8/14 9:39am Nanker de Tucson:
I remembered Strawbs as underrated in early '70s ; were beyond folksy acoustic phase then
Sat. 11/8/14 9:39am Moe:
Jack went home and wrote, Sunshine of you love, after seeing Hendrix play...
♥ Sat. 11/8/14 9:41am Uncle Michael:
Was "Communication" David McCallum's acme?
Sat. 11/8/14 9:41am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:
- & Hendrix loved to play it!
- I read 'HurdyGurdyMan' by Donovan is 'about' Jimi also? - w/ - ? - JeffBeck & Zep persons on it - ??...
Sat. 11/8/14 9:45am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:
Sat. 11/8/14 9:48am Aranker:
dang this Moby Grape track is hot!
Sat. 11/8/14 9:49am Aranker:
Love your show Bob, I've been getting up Saturday mornings regularly for a while and just taking notes
Sat. 11/8/14 9:52am Jack:
If playing I Feel Free in E the 1st chord is E 7 #9
Sat. 11/8/14 10:04am Mike East:
good morning, Bob and all. Flash stream is being a bit difficult. switching to FM now.
Sat. 11/8/14 10:06am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:
- a couple bumps w/ iTunes - no biggie.
Sat. 11/8/14 10:07am Josh Norton:
Pop-up stream was intermittent a few minutes ago; rebooting it solved the problem.
Sat. 11/8/14 10:10am Mike East:
Yeah, I'm sure its fine now...it kept hiccuping after a couple reboots, so I decided to take advantage of my proximity to the transmitter.
Sat. 11/8/14 10:10am SmokinJ:
Just finished the Kaylan book. Quick read. I had hoped for more..
Sat. 11/8/14 10:11am SmokinJ:
Still adore the Turtles though.... :)>
Sat. 11/8/14 10:12am SmokinJ:
I'd love to hear Volman's side of things...
Sat. 11/8/14 10:14am Jack:
Yes #9 of E = G. Same chord as in Purple Haze, also Taxman.
Sat. 11/8/14 10:16am Moe:
Kalyan said in an interview he used to smoke weed with Zappa....
Sat. 11/8/14 10:17am SmokinJ:
The book points out one or two examples of that...
Sat. 11/8/14 10:17am Moe:
Which is a revelation, since frank professed to be a non druggy....
Sat. 11/8/14 10:20am SmokinJ:
People profess to be a lot of things... Frank lived and died by the cigarette..
Sat. 11/8/14 10:21am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:
- much of Zappa's stuff - for all it's cynicism - has Psychedelic traits...one could say pot is not in a class w/ acid or coke &tc. - still !...
Sat. 11/8/14 10:22am Moe:
He was a great guitar player... One of the best
Sat. 11/8/14 10:24am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:
- ciggies & espresso...he died of prostate cancer - not that I'm qualified to get all Medical...Guitar & so many things - truly one of a kind; his SocioPolitical voice alone - sorely missed.
Sat. 11/8/14 10:25am Moe:
An I loved the turtles' early folk/rock period... It ain't me babe...
Sat. 11/8/14 10:26am William:
The Mamas and Papas got into the skate craze? I did not know that.
Sat. 11/8/14 10:28am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:
- rare Sat. off ; this show is killin' !
Sat. 11/8/14 10:28am SeanG:
Sat. 11/8/14 10:31am Moe:
In that scene, LA mid sixties, from which frank and the mothers emerged, many people were "experimenting" with LSD... Judging by his first album, I feel certain Frank shook hands with acid at least once...
Sat. 11/8/14 10:39am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:
- hell - people on those scenes used to drop it on everybody (w/out consent) w/ impunity - a horrendous practice...I'd *like* to think Zappa 'got there' purely by Intellect & just being aware of all that was going on...
Sat. 11/8/14 10:56am Moe:
Just a theory... Frank knew where the money was and grew his hair to get better gigs...
Sat. 11/8/14 11:00am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:
- Zappa was on SteveAllen playing the bicycle as a kid already for sure...he wasn't closed off, & he wanted to communicate to an actual audience, is another way of putting it - preferred the Rawk audience's lack of pretension, &tc.