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Artist Track Album Label Year Approx. start time
The In-Theme          0:00:00 ()
Brian Woodbury & His Popular Music Group  Every Lousy Band   Options Pay Attention  Some Phil  2015  0:01:57 ()
July Fourth Toilet  Noise Maker Pomposity   Options V.A.: Paradoxes of Enlargement  Tedium House  2002  0:05:44 ()
Sonorhc  Chant de Copal (1985)   Options Portes d'Orient/ Amazonia  Fractal  2015  0:06:51 ()
Tommy Jay  untitled (198?)   Options Tommy Jay's Tall Tales of Trauma  Columbia Discount  2007  0:08:28 ()
Digital Dinosaurs  Aliens in Your Skies (198?)   Options V.A.: Messthetics #103  Hyped to Death  2007  0:10:16 ()
Canned Hamm  Teenagers Are Growing Up   Options V.A.: Paradoxes of Enlargement  Tedium House  2002  0:13:45 ()
Brian Woodbury & His Popular Music Group  The Only Song   Options Pay Attention  Some Phil  2015  0:17:29 ()
Marvin Gaye  Distant Lover   Options Let's Get It On  Motown  1973  0:21:53 ()
Howard Skempton  Sweet Chariot (1973)   Options Well, Well, Cornelius [w/ John Tilbury]  Sony  1996  0:26:05 ()
Cheap Trick  Mandocello   Options Cheap Trick  Epic  1977  0:27:14 ()
Yes  Mood for a Day   Options Fragile  Atlantic  1972  0:36:09 ()
Lelo Nazario  Balada Unidimensional (1982)   Options Discurso aos Objetos  RE: Creel Pone  1984  0:39:07 ()
Arcane Device  One of One, No. 26   Options One of One, No.26 [AN EDITION OF ONE !!!! Open up your ears, everyone!!]  no label  2015  0:46:51 ()
Ulrich Krieger  Twilight   Options Winters in the Abyss  Pogus  2015  1:05:32 ()
Rocket Robert  Living in This Station   Options Rocket Robert  RE: Got Kinda Lost  1982  1:16:35 ()
Anton Fier  Smoke and Mirrors   Options Dreamspeed / Blind Light (1992–1994]  Tzadik  2008  1:19:55 ()
YESS MESS          1:26:56 ()
Pierre Bastien  Avid Diva   Options Mecanoid  Rephlex  2001  1:28:26 ()
Sala-Arhimo  Kenen Oma Olet   Options Pelko Pois  RE: Time-Lag  2005  1:32:49 ()
Mary Ellen Childs  Faint Object Camera (2008)   Options V.A.: Here and Now [w/ Zeitgeist]  Innova  2011  1:35:34 ()
Anthony Moore [as Anthony More]  Flame Failure (The Argument)   Options World Service  Do-It  1981  1:38:52 ()
Bruno Spoerri  Lilith - On the Way (197?)   Options Glückskugel  Finders Keepers  2006  1:43:07 ()
Rocket Robert  Docking in Space   Options Rocket Robert  RE: Got Kinda Lost  1982  1:46:36 ()
Pig Rider  Something Very Nasty (1974)   Options Heterophonies with Bloody Turkey Sandwiches  RE: Sommor  2015  1:48:08 ()
Adam Bohman  Vicar with a Travel Bag (198?)   Options Music and Words 2  Paradigm  2014  1:50:25 ()
Tommy Jay (w/ Nudge Squidfish)  Moving to Harrisburg (1982)   Options Tommy Jay's Tall Tales of Trauma  Columbia Discount  2007  1:51:39 ()
Booker T. and the MGs  Green Onions   Options Green Onions  Stax  1962  1:54:33 ()
Duane Eddy  Patricia   Options Girls! Girls! Girls!  Jamie  1961  2:01:57 ()
Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band  Hair Pie: Bake 2   Options Trout Mask Replica  Reprise  1969  2:04:23 ()
Paul McCartney  Every Night   Options McCartney  Apple  1970  2:06:43 ()
Negativland  The Perfect Cut (White Rabbit and a Dog Named Gidget)   Options Helter Stupid  SST  1989  2:09:47 ()
Chris Knox  Lapse   Options Croaker  Flying Nun  1990  2:11:49 ()
Soup  Tennessee   Options Soup  RE: Gear Fab  1970  2:14:21 ()
Grateful Dead  Black Peter   Options Workingman's Dead  Warner Bros.  1970  2:18:12 ()
Janis Ian  What Do You Think of the Dead?   Options The Secret Life of J. Eddy Fink  Verve Forecsat  1968  2:23:59 ()
Merkin  Kind of Down   Options Music from Merkin Manor  RE: Gear Fab  1973  2:27:17 ()
Arto Lindsay  In the City That Reads   Options Invoke  Righteous Base  2002  2:31:14 ()
Pierre Bastien  Tender Red Net   Options Mecanoid  Rephlex  2001  2:37:42 ()
Sala-Arhimo  Aamuhetki / Ihmepensas   Options Pelko Pois  RE: Time-Lag  2005  2:47:05 ()
Howard Skempton  First Prélude (1971)   Options Well, Well, Cornelius [w/ John Tilbury]  Sony  1996  2:55:03 ()
The Out-Theme  Gelbart: My Favorite Vacation [part of] + Die Trip Computer Die: Airborn [part of]   Options       2:58:41 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 11:59am listener james from westwood:

Now there's a service my dentist has yet to perform.
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 12:01pm Tony Coulter:

Heya, LJ!
Avatar    Tue. 8/4/15 12:01pm V Priceless:

Tony Tony bo-boney, bananafana...oops! Hey Tony!
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 12:02pm Tony Coulter:

Hola, VP!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/4/15 12:06pm Carmichael:

Hey now Tony and listening public.
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 12:07pm Tony Coulter:

Greets, Carm!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 8/4/15 12:09pm Uncle Michael:

Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 12:09pm listener james from westwood:

How do, Tony and all!!
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 12:10pm Tony Coulter:

Uncle! Uncle! I cry Uncle!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/4/15 12:14pm Carmichael:

Tommy Jay info:
A1 Last Hurrah 1:45
A2 Tough Luck Roy 3:52
A3 I Was Here 5:37
A4 Memories 3:22
A5 Dreamland 2:42
A6 Fear Of Shadows 4:16

B1 Ocean 3:47
B2 Moving To Harrisburg 2:59
B3 Old Hemmingway 2:52
B4 Village Idiot 2:43
B5 Lust Honor & Love 4:22
B6 Winter Nomad 4:02

Recorded at various locations in Ohio, 1974-86.
Originally released as Old Age/No Age cassette in 1986.
Edition of 500 (100 clear purple, 400 black).
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 12:16pm Tony Coulter:

Thanks Carmichael! What I played is an unlisted mystery track from a CD reissue of his '80s stuff. Let's agree to call it "Murder."
  Tue. 8/4/15 12:17pm Dean:

Murder, you wrote.
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 12:18pm Tony Coulter:


Hey, Dean!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/4/15 12:18pm Cecile:

Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 12:18pm Tony Coulter:

Hiya, Cecile!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/4/15 12:18pm Cecile:

This guy phrases like Weird Al a little.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/4/15 12:18pm Webhamster Henry:

I just missed seeing Brian Woodbury in Rosendale - logistical trouble. But I did get this album!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/4/15 12:18pm Cecile:

hey tony!
  Tue. 8/4/15 12:18pm Dean:

This Woodbury cat is nurturing his inner Weird Al.
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 12:20pm Tony Coulter:

Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/4/15 12:22pm Cecile:

this is beautiful and I never hear this song.
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 12:22pm listener james from westwood:

"It was MURDER!" —Coulter, M.E.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/4/15 12:23pm Carmichael:

Yep Tony, there are two "unlisted" tracks on the CD, songs 5 & 21.
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 12:25pm Tony Coulter:

I played #21.
Avatar    Tue. 8/4/15 12:27pm V Priceless:

nice Trick!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/4/15 12:28pm Cecile:

this is another great one.
Tony, you should do another "classic rock" show. The last one you did was awesome.
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 12:28pm Tony Coulter:

I tricked you! A cheap trick, I know, but....
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 12:29pm Tony Coulter:

@ Cecile: Funny -- I was just thinking the same thing (that I should do another one).
  Tue. 8/4/15 12:30pm Dean:

Gotta play the Fuse album one of these days.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/4/15 12:30pm Cecile:

You should - you could put this song in there for sure.
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 12:31pm Tony Coulter:

@ Dean: Just bought the Fuse album! Haven't heard it yet....
Avatar    Tue. 8/4/15 12:31pm V Priceless:

classic rock deep cuts - ha!
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 12:31pm βrian:

"Classic Rock?" Is that a code phrase?
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/4/15 12:32pm Cecile:

he did a show of deep cuts from overplayed classic rock artists that was superb.
Avatar    Tue. 8/4/15 12:33pm V Priceless:

gotta find that in the archives
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 12:33pm βrian:

Because Classic Rock cuts deep.

(… -ly)
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 12:33pm Jeff Golick:

Checking in to see what condition my Coulter is in.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/4/15 12:35pm Cecile:

here you go:
Avatar    Tue. 8/4/15 12:35pm V Priceless:

thanks, C!
  Tue. 8/4/15 12:36pm Dean:

Now that's (another) coincidence! I bought it ages ago, but I've played it maybe...once?

Not that you asked, but I played Barnaby Bye's "Touch" a couple nights ago. I can so hear "Can't Live This Way" on a TC playlist. And then there's The Neutrons, pick a track.
Avatar    Tue. 8/4/15 12:37pm V Priceless:

whoa! Clicky-starred that entire Deep Cuts show just by looking at the sets! Yowza!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/4/15 12:37pm Carmichael:

Ha! I used this Yes song as opening (and closing) music for a radio talk show I once did in a previous life.
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 12:38pm Tony Coulter:

Hola hey hello, βrian & Jeff G!!
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 12:39pm βrian:

Shall I twinky-asterisk this song, I wonder?
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/4/15 12:39pm Cecile:

it was a thing of beauty.
There's a radio channel on DirectTV called "8 tracks" and it has a similar vibe - just not as deep, but still an indicator that people love classic rock, but not as it's programmed now.
  Tue. 8/4/15 12:39pm Dean:

@Jeff G.: Your Coulter's rather tony.
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 12:40pm Jeff Golick:

Isn't he, though, Dean.
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 12:44pm Doug Schulkind:

I like this Lelo Nazario scenario you've got going on, Tony!
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 12:45pm Tony Coulter:

The track that's up next -- by Arcane Device -- was released as an edition of one!! YIKES and YOWZA! Thanks so much to David Lee Myers for wending it my way.
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 12:45pm Jeff Golick:

This guitar player has a unidimensional mind.
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 12:46pm Tony Coulter:

Heya, Doug! Yes -- perhaps he is her Brazilian uncle.
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 12:49pm Doug Schulkind:

"Brazilian uncle" sounds like a euphemism for some naughty, Lolita-style arrangement.
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 12:50pm Jeff Golick:

And Bob's your BRAZILIAN uncle!
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 12:51pm Tony Coulter:

Well, I'll be a Brazilian monkey's Uncle Michael!
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 12:52pm Doug Schulkind:

As in...

AP - San Francisco
"Purported to be the 12-year-old's "Brazilian uncle," Dirkofsky was arrested at the airport carrying a valise filled with live snakes and a one-way ticket to Budapest."
Avatar    Tue. 8/4/15 12:55pm V Priceless:

@ Tony..put "Nesmith" at the end of that run-on for the Simian win...
  Tue. 8/4/15 12:55pm Dean:

"One-way ticket to Budapest" reads similarly euphemistically, much like "hiking the Appalachian Trail."
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 1:00pm Doug Schulkind:

You know what you get when you have two euphemisms: a themphemism.
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 1:01pm Tony Coulter:

Or maybe a couple of lesbian sheep?
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 1:05pm Doug Schulkind:

No, Tony, that would be a ewephemism!
  Tue. 8/4/15 1:05pm Dean:

On Long Island, it's called a yoozphemism. Wephemism sounds like a painful eye condition. "Lesbian sheep" is too frank. We call them gay bahs.
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 1:11pm Tony Coulter:

I wanna take you to a gay bah,
I wanna take you to a gay bah,
I wanna take you to a gay bah, gay bah, gay bah.
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 1:11pm Jeff Golick:

Liking this Krieger.
  Tue. 8/4/15 1:16pm might be Peter:

This is splendid nonsense. Perfect contrast to Mood For
A Day.
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 1:17pm Tony Coulter:

Greetings, might be Peter!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/4/15 1:20pm northguineahills:

I was about to say the same thing, Jeff.
Avatar    Tue. 8/4/15 1:20pm V Priceless:

@ Dean - u makin' fun of Longuylanders like me? ; )
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 1:20pm Doug Schulkind:

Jeez, what a gorgeous snare-drum sound!
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 1:20pm Tony Coulter:

Amazingly, the Anton Fier track on now features both Phew and Bootsy Collins!
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 1:21pm Jeff Golick:

Heard Pogus co-head Al Margolis on with Dave Mandl a little while back...last Sunday maybe?
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 1:23pm Jeff Golick:

Ah yeah here's that Mandl show: wfmu.org... I see he played a different cut from Winters in the Abyss, which I missed!
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 1:23pm Tony Coulter:

Yep -- Al has been on FMU many times. Pogus is a great label, fer sure.
  Tue. 8/4/15 1:24pm Dean:

@VP: Wouldn't think of it! I'm an equal opportunity make-fun-of-er. All Long Islanders, all of you's guys, must suffer my razor sharp comic wit.
  Tue. 8/4/15 1:28pm Neg-guh-tor:

Avatar    Tue. 8/4/15 1:28pm V Priceless:

@ Dean - carry on, sir!
  Tue. 8/4/15 1:29pm MrFab:

Chopped-and-screwed prog - an idea whose time has come!
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 1:30pm Tony Coulter:

Heya, Neg-guh-tor & MrFab!
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 1:32pm Jeff Golick:

Looking forward to Tony's all anagrams show.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/4/15 1:33pm northguineahills:

I remember when my roommate back in the day picked up this Pierre Bastien record, it was a fun one to chill to...
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 1:35pm Tony Coulter:

All titles on this Bastien album are indeed anagrams.
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 1:36pm Doug Schulkind:

Tony's all anagrams show = As a mangy rot shall snow
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/4/15 1:37pm Cecile:

I hate Yes and that was awesome.
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 1:39pm Tony Coulter:

Thanks, Cecile!!
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 1:45pm Tony Coulter:

"Yes for People Who Hate Yes."
  Tue. 8/4/15 1:45pm Dean:

Stepped out for a while. Is this still the Yes remix?
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 1:46pm Jeff Golick:

Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 1:46pm Tony Coulter:

Yes. In fact the rest of today's drummer stream programming will be given over to the Yes remix.
  Tue. 8/4/15 1:47pm Dean:

Give Bill Bruford some.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/4/15 1:49pm Carmichael:

SCTV did a great spoof of the Who's On First sketch, acting as promoters and using the band names Who, Yes and Guess Who.
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 1:50pm Tony Coulter:

Ha! Would like to see that!
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 1:51pm Jeff Golick:

Gotta go meet my sister (not a euphemism) -- thanks, Tony!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/4/15 1:52pm Webhamster Henry:

There's also this who's on first (rock) cartoon:
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 1:53pm Tony Coulter:

@ Jeff G: And I suppose "Golick" isn't a euphemism either?

See yerz!
Avatar    Tue. 8/4/15 1:55pm V Priceless:

  Tue. 8/4/15 1:58pm pacific standard simon:

@Carmichael - That was The Credibility Gap (featuring Harry Shearer!), not SCTV.
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 1:58pm listener james from westwood:

Always nice to hear that one solo, given its frequent use as talk-over music.
  Tue. 8/4/15 2:00pm Dean:

@pss: Per the most authoritative arbiter of disputes ever, Wikipedia, both Credibility Gap *and* SCTV riffed on the theme.
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 2:03pm Tony Coulter:

Ahoy there, PS Simon!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/4/15 2:05pm Stanley:

It was only a matter of time.....
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 2:06pm Tony Coulter:

Hey, Stanley!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/4/15 2:06pm northguineahills:

Jeese, Jeff, I'm the one from WV!

Thanks Tony, I gotta skidaddle.
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 2:09pm Tony Coulter:

Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 2:09pm Tony Coulter:

R.I.P., Don Joyce of Negativland
  Tue. 8/4/15 2:10pm Dean:

What's the music under the talking? So familiar...
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 2:11pm listener james from westwood:

@Dean: I know what you're talking about & can't pull the title out of my head!
  Tue. 8/4/15 2:11pm pacific standard simon:

I'm skeptical about the SCTV attribution. The version I remember from the early 70s was The Credibility Gap and did use The Who, Yes, & Guess Who. Want to hear it?

Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 2:11pm Tony Coulter:

Same here -- mega familiar ... yet I can't name it.
  Tue. 8/4/15 2:12pm DQ:

Strawberry Letter #23?
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 2:12pm Tony Coulter:

That bit of hijacked '70s AOR prog, I mean.....
  Tue. 8/4/15 2:13pm Dean:

Right. Ambrosia, maybe?
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 2:14pm listener james from westwood:

YES, Strawberry letter #23, the Brothers Johnson. Thanks, DQ!
  Tue. 8/4/15 2:14pm Dean:

You are 1000% correct, ljfw!
  Tue. 8/4/15 2:14pm MrFab:

Was the Brothers Johnson "Strawberry Letter" and then Timmy Thomas "Why Cant We Live Together."
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 2:15pm Tony Coulter:

Heya, DQ!
  Tue. 8/4/15 2:15pm Dean:

And DQ!!!
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 2:16pm listener james from westwood:

That track has one bloody non-intuitive title, it does.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/4/15 2:16pm Cecile:

carm, so did the Credibility Gap, a spinoff of the Groundlings.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/4/15 2:17pm Carmichael:

Here ya go, PSS: www.youtube.com... Abbott & Costello host the Midnight Special. And it was Who, the Band, and Yes.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/4/15 2:19pm Cecile:

  Tue. 8/4/15 2:19pm pacific standard simon:

@Cecile - Not a spin-off of The Groundlings, that's backwards order.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/4/15 2:20pm Cecile:

Squiggy and Ned Flanders were in that group.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/4/15 2:20pm Carmichael:

Tony Rosato and Eugene Levy did the version above. Not sure who did it first. "Who? they're on next week ..."
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/4/15 2:20pm Cecile:

oh, OK. I wasn't sure what happened when.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/4/15 2:21pm Cecile:

The "kiss my ass" bit in Spinal Tap was based on a real incident during a Credibility Gap promo tour.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/4/15 2:22pm Cecile:

probably the Gap was first - they were going 68-79.
  Tue. 8/4/15 2:25pm pacific standard simon:

Tony, you just made me laugh.
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 2:26pm Tony Coulter:

You saw my pants fall down?
  Tue. 8/4/15 2:26pm Dean:

Wait 'til he plays Jerry Garcia's "Go to Hell, Janis Ian."
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 2:29pm still b/p:

They thatch the roof with what at Merkin Manor?
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 2:30pm Tony Coulter:


Heya, still b/p!
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 2:31pm Doug Schulkind:

With talk of merkins and pants falling down, this program has suddenly become all moisty-palmed.
  Tue. 8/4/15 2:31pm pacific standard simon:

Got yer gherkin perkin'?
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 2:33pm still b/p:

Moisty Palms is not my California desert retreat of choice.
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 2:39pm Tony Coulter:

Here's another anagram title for you....
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/4/15 2:42pm Carmichael:

Yreka Bakery.
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 2:43pm still b/p:

Ten Deer Trend.
  Tue. 8/4/15 2:44pm Lone Present:

Lovely, strange and beautiful show Tony. Thanks.
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 2:45pm Tony Coulter:

Thanks, Lone Present! Glad you've been enjoying it!
  Tue. 8/4/15 2:46pm Dean:

A palindrome is not an anagram! But an anagram for "palindrome" is "mailed porn."
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 2:52pm Doug Schulkind:


After two wildly successful "sneak preview" shows, Peter Nelson's Eclectic Music for Mind and Bodhi will now be off the stream until its official world premiere launch on 29 September.

There are, however, two more live radio shows coming up later on GTDR:

This evening's program presents an hour of funk and soul from Burkina Faso, which changed its name from Upper Volta, 35 years ago today!

Jesse the K is back with another atmospheric episode of the Kamoutsky! Tune in and be chilled and sizzled simultaneously!
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 2:52pm Tony Coulter:

A house is not a palindrome.
  Tue. 8/4/15 2:54pm MrFab:

A palindrome is a pal indeed.
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 2:58pm listener james from westwood:

Mad Max: Beyond Palin-Drome

Many thanks, Tony!
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 2:59pm Doug Schulkind:

Mad Max: Beneath the Trump Dome
Avatar Tue. 8/4/15 3:00pm Tony Coulter:

Thanks, everyone! See you next week!
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