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Sunday morning coming up. Music for the revolution in my head: choogling punks; power pop, both skinny-tied and long-haired; soul shouters and girl groups; bubblegum and acid rock; global fuzz; weirdos and outsiders, and the Weirdos and the Outsiders; Archie Shepp and J. Geils. Plus, live bands.

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Options May 8, 2016: JESSE JARNOW live in the studio!!! talkin' Grateful Dead and acid and Oneida

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments New Approx. start time
Suicide Commandos  Burn It Down (Live)   Options             0:00:00 ()
James Shorter    George Mitchell Collection Vol. 19  Fat Possum    7"  WFMU record fair pick up    0:06:46 ()
John Lee Ziegler  Who's Gonna Be Your Man   Options The George Mitchell Collection Vol. 6  Fat Possum    7"  WFMU record fair pick up    0:09:20 ()
Maxine Funke  If You Can Read   Options Felt  Time-Lag    LP    *   0:16:05 ()
Chris Knox  Filling Me   Options Seizure  Captured Tracks / Flying Nun      Recent reissue  *   0:17:03 ()
The Girls  Jeffrey I Hear You   Options   Hearthan    7"  WFMU record fair pick up    0:19:17 ()
Twinkeyz  Cartoon Land   Options   Grok    7"  WFMU record fair pick up    0:25:56 ()
 
Gary Valentine  Tomorrow Belongs To You   Options       7"  WFMU record fair pick up    0:35:33 ()
Count Five  Peace of Mind   Options   Double Shot    7"  WFMU record fair pick up    0:38:16 ()
The Guiloteens  Wild Child   Options   Columbia    7"  WFMU record fair pick up    0:40:07 ()
Unrelated Segments  Where You Gonna   Options   Liberty    7"  WFMU record fair pick up    0:43:33 ()
The Hombres  Let It Out (Let It All Hang Out)   Options   Verve/Forecast    7"  WFMU record fair pick up    0:45:55 ()
John Kongos  He's Gonna Step on You Again   Options   Cube Records    7"  WFMU record fair pick up    0:48:00 ()
Marcus Hook Roll Band  Hoochie Coochie Har Kau (Lee Ho's Blues)   Options   EMI    7"  WFMU record fair pick up    0:52:10 ()
 
The Above  There Is a Reason   Options There Is A Reason  Hidden Volume    10"    *   0:59:18 ()
Zoom  Massacre at Central High   Options Sweet Desperation  Ugly Pop      Toronto 1976  *   1:01:58 ()
Dwight Twilley Band  Burning Sand   Options The Great Lost Twilley Album  Shelter          1:05:06 ()
Charles Douglas  Slowly Wasted   Options The Lives of Charles Douglas  Broken Horse      Recorded in 1997  *   1:09:41 ()
The Goon Sax  Susan   Options Up to Anything  Chapter Music        *   1:13:16 ()
Angry Angles  Things Are Moving   Options Angry Angles  Goner      New comp of excellent Jay Reatard band  *   1:16:03 ()
Tyrannamen  Diamond Ring   Options Tyrannamen  Cool Death        *   1:19:19 ()
The Entertainers IV  Just Ain't My Day   Options California Soul: Funk & Soul from the Golden State 1967-1976  BGP/Ace        *   1:22:07 ()
Alvin Robinson  I'm Gonna Put Some Hurt on You   Options   Blue Cat    7"  WFMU record fair pick up    1:24:39 ()
 
3 Man band  Owsley (in theory & practice)   Options   Glory Hole    7"      1:31:59 ()
Thirteenth Floor Elevators  Slip Inside This House   Options Easter Everywhere            1:37:51 ()
Angus MacLise  Blastitude   Options Invasion of the Thunderbolt Pagoda  Siltbreeze/Quakebasket          1:43:33 ()
Yos Olarang  Cyclo   Options             1:48:38 ()
 
 
Jesse Jarnow host of the Frow Show on WFMU (Mondays, midnight to 3:00 AM) and author of HEADS: A BIOGRAPHY OF PSYCHEDELIC AMERICA.
The Grateful Dead  Dark Star   Options     1968  7"  Original 1968 seven-inch single    2:13:35 ()
Jerry Garcia  Accidentally Like a Martyr   Options             2:30:07 ()
Oneida  Cream Puff War   Options             2:45:28 ()
Bonnie Prince Billy  Brokedown Palace   Options             2:48:31 ()
 
The Velvet Underground  I Love You   Options Loaded (Fully Loaded Edition)            2:53:56 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 5/8/16 6:07am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Condolences.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sun. 5/8/16 6:09am Nate K.:

Thanks, man,.
Avatar    Sun. 5/8/16 6:20am Sem Chumbo:

Keeping company you this morning, Nate. Hey, RR.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sun. 5/8/16 6:23am Nate K.:

Hey, Sem, glad to have you!
  Sun. 5/8/16 6:23am JakeGould:

Oh hey!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 5/8/16 6:36am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

A great book is 'Storming Heaven: LSD & the American Dream' :
www.amazon.com...
- which is a social history of acid. It's not about the Music as such...I can't imagine this new book wouldn't be well worth it!
Avatar    Sun. 5/8/16 6:44am KP:

Good Sunday morning to you and the Guilloteens, Nate!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 5/8/16 6:47am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...should my love of GarageRawk ever unite w/ an obsession for original 7" singles...an abyss from which there would be no return...
Avatar    Sun. 5/8/16 6:47am Sem Chumbo:

Oh, sweet buy, Nate.
     Sun. 5/8/16 6:50am Craig in MoTown:

You scored at the record fair, great sounds!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sun. 5/8/16 6:51am Nate K.:

@Revo Rabbit, oh yeah, walk lightly, as there is no coming back!
Avatar    Sun. 5/8/16 6:54am JakeGould:

Nice set!
Avatar    Sun. 5/8/16 6:59am KP:

Hey, man.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sun. 5/8/16 7:01am Nate K.:

Hey, KP!
  Sun. 5/8/16 7:26am mauri:

hey nate. bein burned by your show and the sun. strangely warm at this time of year in here.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sun. 5/8/16 7:34am Nate K.:

Hey, Mauri!
  Sun. 5/8/16 7:40am Brother Jimmy:

Wow got to get that California Soul set. You always have great finds.
Avatar    Sun. 5/8/16 7:57am KP:

Jesse! Hey, man.
  Sun. 5/8/16 8:00am JakeGould:

Hearing J.J. right now throws my clock off.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 5/8/16 8:01am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

For all the Punk talk of 'Anarchy' - the Dead have come far closer than any other band, ever, to creating an actual Alternate Society.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 5/8/16 8:04am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...the inevitable irony being that the Dead gradually & eventually became their own Institution...
  Sun. 5/8/16 8:06am Jack:

agreed...a Mental Institution. Great interview, Nate. My friend ( a Deadhead) read the book, loved it, I'm up next. looking forward to it. Also, Jesse's written other books, looks interesting.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 5/8/16 8:08am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

All institutions are mental.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sun. 5/8/16 8:14am Nate K.:

Thanks, guys! Glad you're enjoying it.
Avatar    Sun. 5/8/16 8:17am Mailman Tom:

I saw the Grateful Dead for the first time at the Fillmore East in June 1969. I've been a fan ever since. I'm interested in buying the book after hearing this show.
  Sun. 5/8/16 8:18am Jack:

in 1969 I bought the first 4 Dead albums, having never heard them (they were never played on the radio) I did not like them at all - too plinky, didn't rock hard like Hendrix, Cream, etc. - and then I took acid, and suddenly instantly the music made great sense and I loved it! to this day.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sun. 5/8/16 8:23am Nate K.:

Jack, I've heard that that can happen.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 5/8/16 8:26am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

'American Beauty' was my gateway to the Dead - an album lacking nothing that makes Greatness.
Musically - I think if (& only if) you get to pick & choose - hopefully w/ some informed assistance - you can become very much a Dead enthusiast. But - w/ the gushing firehose of Music available now - I very rarely choose it...or choose to sift thru it...
I concluded that the definition of 'Folk Music' is anything you & someone else you might run into on the beach w/ a fire & a guitar might both know. The Dead were easily & notably - that. Even Punks you'd meet would know the Dead too...
Avatar    Sun. 5/8/16 8:31am Sem Chumbo:

Good questions while going with the flow of answers.
Free form, so to say. Nice, Nate.
Glad of being here now to hear it.
  Sun. 5/8/16 8:33am goat friend:

Great I-view. Book sounds super. Thanks kiddos.
  Sun. 5/8/16 8:36am judy from croton:

Grateful Dead. Never been able to explain why the music got right into my bones.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 5/8/16 8:40am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

The Dead were paradoxically outside the Music Biz mainstream & their own Subculture to such a degree - they were/are simultaneously know to everyone as Folk Music - & left out of all Critical evaluations of Music History - even still if less than before...
  Sun. 5/8/16 8:44am KP:

Clarence White of the later Byrds had tremendous Bluegrass group called the Kentucky Colonels. They have a great live album at the Ash Grove and Jerry Garcia introduces them.
Avatar    Sun. 5/8/16 8:45am JakeGould:

Raw meat!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 5/8/16 8:45am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Garcia: 'There's nothing wrong w/ Owsley that a few billion fewer brain cells wouldn't cure.'
  Sun. 5/8/16 8:49am Jack:

Also: Blue Cheer. Vincebus Eruptum was recorded doing amphetamines and whiskey, Insideoutside was recorded..well, after they met Owsley. Listen to the difdference.
Avatar    Sun. 5/8/16 8:50am Smilty69:

The only time I was ever arrested was at a Dead show. It was still a great show though.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 5/8/16 8:51am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

'Blue Cheer' was the name of an Owsley 'product'. Indeed.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 5/8/16 8:52am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

The Dead along w/ Bill Graham's Fillmores...& Owsley - played important roles in developing P.A. systems. How often are they credited?
Avatar    Sun. 5/8/16 8:56am Sem Chumbo:

See ya later, Nate. Take care.
  Sun. 5/8/16 8:57am Jack:

Thanks Nate! Great show. And thanks Jesse can't wait to read your book.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sun. 5/8/16 8:59am Ken From Hyde Park:

Thanks for your hard work on today's show. Have a good week!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 5/8/16 9:00am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Yeah cheers! Book's a must.
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