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Options January 4, 2017: I love jazz and love brunch, but one thing up with which I will not put is Jazz Brunch. I don't like jazz with good manners. I prefer jazz that takes its shoes off and puts its feet on the coffee table.

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Untitled painting for sale at Elephant's Trunk flea market
New Milford CT, Oct. 2016

Artist Track Album Approx. start time
Lee Morgan  Yes I Can, No You Can't (edit)   Options The Gigolo  0:00:00 ()
Teddybears with The Flaming Lips  Crystal Meth Christian   Options Devil's Music  0:03:28 ()
Joan Osborne  Right Hand Man   Options Relish  0:07:02 ()
Stanton Moore  Carnival   Options Conversations  0:11:54 ()
Rezillos  My Baby Does Good Sculptures   Options Can't Stand the Rezillos!  0:21:16 ()
Vanishing Twin  Choose Your Own Adventure   Options Choose Your Own Adventure  0:23:58 ()
Beach Boys  Let the Wind Blow   Options Hawthorne  0:28:16 ()
Ilhan Ersahin  Gece Inerken   Options Istanbul Sessions: Night Ride  0:30:43 ()
Hank Mobley  A Baptist Beat   Options Roll Call  0:37:06 ()
Unknown Mortal Orchestra  Shakedown Street   Options Day of the Dead  0:47:54 ()
R. Stevie Moore & Jason Falkner  Another Day Slips Away   Options Make It Be  0:51:18 ()
TOM WILSON  The Music Factory (ep. 9: Producer Artie Ripp)   Options THE MUSIC FACTORY (MGM-Verve series, 1967-68)  1:03:01 ()
Tom Wilson  Program intro (theme: "Help, I’m a Rock") and welcoming Artie Ripp   Options    
The Lovin' Spoonful   Do You Believe in Magic   Options Do You Believe In Magic?   
commercial   The James Cotton Blues Band (self-titled album)   Options    
Tom Wilson  Artie Ripp interview seg 1   Options    
The Lovin' Spoonful  Summer in the City   Options Do You Believe in Magic?   
Tom Wilson  Artie Ripp interview seg 2   Options    
The Lovin' Spoonful   Sportin' Life   Options Do You Believe In Magic?   
commercial   Alan Lorber’s The Lotus Palace (album)   Options    
Tom Wilson  Artie Ripp interview seg 3   Options    
Judy Mayhan  Turning Around in Circles   Options demo   
Sopwith Camel   Hello, Hello   Options The Sopwith Camel   
Tom Wilson  Artie Ripp interview seg 4   Options    
Sopwith Camel   Saga of the Low Down Let Down   Options The Sopwith Camel   
commercial   The Cowsills (debut album)   Options    
Tom Wilson  Artie Ripp interview seg 5   Options    
commercial  Nico (Chelsea Girl album)   Options    
Tom Wilson  Artie Ripp interview seg 6   Options    
Sopwith Camel   The Great Morpheum   Options The Sopwith Camel   
Tom Wilson  Artie Ripp interview seg 7   Options    
The Tradewinds  Mind Excursion   Options    
Tom Wilson  Artie Ripp interview seg 8   Options    
Anders & Poncia  And So It Goes   Options Kama Sutra Single KA 240   
commercial   The Mothers of Invention (Frank Zappa)   Options    
Tom Wilson  Artie Ripp interview seg 9   Options    
Penny Nichols  Look Around Rock   Options Penny's Arcade   
Tom Wilson  Artie Ripp interview seg 10   Options    
Penny Nichols  Summer Rain   Options Penny's Arcade   
commercial  You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown (original cast album)   Options    
Tom Wilson  Outro (theme: “Help I’m a Rock”) and thanks to Artie Ripp   Options    
Jessica Jalbert  Whatever Whoever   Options Brother Loyola  2:06:00 ()
Matching Mole  Waterloo Lily   Options March  2:09:21 ()
Brian Haas  Monk's Dream   Options The Truth About Hollywood  2:13:32 ()
Dean Martin  I Don't Know What I'm Doing   Options Dino  2:18:15 ()
New Riders of the Purple Sage  Dirty Business   Options New Riders of the Purple Sage  2:21:36 ()
Miles Davis  Right Off   Options A Tribute to Jack Johnson  2:32:19 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member    Wed. 1/4/17 3:02pm melinda:

hello! I like the painting.
  Wed. 1/4/17 3:02pm scott:

Can you believe that we are 3 million miles closer to the Sun today than we were in early July?
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 3:04pm Sem Chumbo:

So, an upgrade to SPF 850 is in order.
Hiya, Irwin, and those of Chusid persuasion.
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 3:09pm Linda Lee:

Happy New Year Irwin!! forgot how nice Relish is. fine pop music!
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 3:10pm Irwin:

She's no diva.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Wed. 1/4/17 3:10pm Michael 98145:

  Wed. 1/4/17 3:14pm Laura L:

Did you purchase the painting or snap pic and leave it for another buyer? Idle curiosity.
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 3:17pm Irwin:

Laura: I snapped lots of photos of paintings for sale. Check previous playlists, I've posted them sporadically. I did buy one, don't think I've posted it yet.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/4/17 3:17pm Whosondephone:

Oh yeah!
  Wed. 1/4/17 3:17pm Alison Porchnik:

One of the best paintings ever painted. (There are several.)
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 3:19pm βrian:

Mighty swank, that Stanton Moore.
  Wed. 1/4/17 3:22pm Agent Peter:

always dig the Rezillos..
  Wed. 1/4/17 3:23pm Hoboken Jack:

I'm chair dancing to this one.
Avatar Wed. 1/4/17 3:23pm V Priceless:

hey Irwin!
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 3:23pm Irwin:

Jack, you going for new parts today?
  Wed. 1/4/17 3:24pm Laura L:

I remember seeing others on your playlist, of course--buying them would mean having to PUT them someplace... Oof. But yes, it is among several of the best paintings ever painted, AP's right.
  Wed. 1/4/17 3:26pm Hoboken Jack:

I had a "casting" call one might say, new parts next week if ok'd by the doc.
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 3:26pm Irwin:

AP: Easily one of the top 10,000 best paintings ever in the universe. It needs a "school," though, a historical genre. Suggestions?
  Wed. 1/4/17 3:30pm Jack:

The painting reminds me of some of the covers of science fiction paperbacks from the 1970's
  Wed. 1/4/17 3:32pm Dean:

Is that whispy white object just left of center a whip of the sort used by flagellants, or is it a bent whisk? If the latter, the painting is an iconic example of work from the Bent Whisk School.
  Wed. 1/4/17 3:33pm Dean:

Or is it a hummingbird? Kinda Wittgensteinian, if you think about it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Wed. 1/4/17 3:34pm Michael 98145:

( probably contains hidden references Theosophia )
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 3:35pm Irwin:

It's a classic example of Juxtapositional Incongruity.
  Wed. 1/4/17 3:36pm Jack:

Freudistically, I find it very interesting, perhaps arousing. So much symbolism.
  Wed. 1/4/17 3:37pm Dean:

So, Kandinsky with nudity?
  Wed. 1/4/17 3:47pm ottos abode wanakena:

having a blast - thanks!
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 3:56pm Semiotic Chumbo:

So the green-faced Ted Kennedy being choked by a blue-blooded hand.
Beyond me, sign interpretation-wise.
  Wed. 1/4/17 3:57pm Alison Porchnik:

I'd say this work is of the Trash Can school [drum, high-hat]
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/4/17 4:04pm Mike Sin:

I actually like some cuts off of that ramped-up version of "Cold Spring Harbor" -- "You Can Make Me Free" in particular. Takes on a McCartney vibe, dare I say.
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 4:04pm Irwin:

Wilson repeatedly refers to this band as the LOVING Spoonful.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/4/17 4:05pm Stevel:

Irwin: Just finished "City of Sedition..." by John Strausbaugh. Amazing book. Also, strange how the political chaos surrounding Civil-war era NYC echos our current times. A wonderful read.

Thanks for having him on the show. Its how I learned of it.

Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/4/17 4:07pm Whosondephone:

I just decided not to play My Lovin' Spoonful CD And stay tuned l o l.
Avatar Wed. 1/4/17 4:09pm Monica:

"move him from his position." funny.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/4/17 4:10pm Parq:

"Didja eva' hafta make up ya' mind" -- man, you don't hear accents like that in music any more.
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 4:11pm geezerette:

love "Summer In The City".
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/4/17 4:12pm Mike Sin:

Man, "Summer in the City"... How many time have I heard it? 1,000? And I'm still ready to hear it another 1,000 times... That is one great record.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Wed. 1/4/17 4:12pm melinda:

love the traffic sounds.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/4/17 4:17pm Mike Sin:

Ha! Artie doesn't know that John Sebastian is going to leave the band about five months after the turn of 1968!
  Wed. 1/4/17 4:20pm Alison Porchnik:

I'm picturing a manspreading amalgam of John Cassavetes, Paul Sorvino, and Hank Azaria with a cigar hanging out of his mouth.
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 4:21pm geezerette:

"Like a Maaashmelluh, oh a buttahfly..."
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 4:23pm geezerette:

Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 4:24pm Irwin:

I don't think the Judy Mahan album ever materialized.
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 4:25pm geezerette:

Never heard her name. Wonder about that story.
  Wed. 1/4/17 4:26pm Dean:

This tune appears on a 1970 Atco release: https://www.discogs.com/Judy-Mayhan-Moments/release/3155304
  Wed. 1/4/17 4:26pm Dean:

[Albeit, not this performance.]
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/4/17 4:27pm Stevel:

Was Artie Ripp fodder for the National Lampoon parody of the A&R guy pushing sea shanties, or some such thing? (Rock and roll? In the dumpa'. Flush it.)
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 4:27pm Irwin:

Thanks, Dean. Guess she went with another label.
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 4:27pm Irwin:

Artie is self-parody.
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 4:27pm Bronwyn Bishop:

Hi Irwin and Irwinians!
  Wed. 1/4/17 4:28pm Brendan:

Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 4:28pm Irwin:

Hey, Bronwyn BishRipp!
  Wed. 1/4/17 4:30pm MONEYBAG$:

this rap is something else
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 4:31pm Irwin:

A friend thinks the GTOs are the girl voices in these commercials.
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 4:33pm Irwin:

Actually it was listener rrg who caught the vocal similarity between the GTOs and the female voices in the sillier Music Factory commercials.
  Wed. 1/4/17 4:33pm Brendan:

Wonder if that Hector Rayburn is Gene's brother
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Wed. 1/4/17 4:34pm melinda:

It's such a treat to hear an old advertisement for a Nico album.
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 4:34pm Irwin:

Avatar Wed. 1/4/17 4:35pm MenfussMike:

Neil Bogart started Casablanca Records after a stint with Kama Sutra/Buddah records
  Wed. 1/4/17 4:37pm Alison Porchnik:

This is a fantastic episode! My favorite of all the several few I've heard.
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 4:41pm Irwin:

The next ep with Teddy Reig is even better. Airing Jan. 25th.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/4/17 4:41pm Stevel:

...because, there's nothing disturbing about being in a cult, eh?
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 4:43pm geezerette:

These Tom Wilson episodes are like archeological digs. Enjoying very much, Irwin.
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 4:44pm Irwin:

Time capsules, Geeze.
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 4:45pm geezerette:

Layers & layers,Irwin!
  Wed. 1/4/17 4:48pm JakeGould:

Tom Wilson's voice is so calming.
  Wed. 1/4/17 4:49pm berbo:

They're talking about Sopwith Camel and The Loving Spoonful (sic) in the same breath.
I wonder if they had a clue that decades later, one of them would be on the radio every day, and the other completely unknown?
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 4:49pm Irwin:

This Penny Nichols track "Look Around Rock" is amazing.
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 4:51pm Irwin:

Vince Guaraldi-style jazz piano.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Wed. 1/4/17 4:52pm melinda:

You're right, Irwin. I'd not heard of her before.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/4/17 4:53pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...Dime Dollarz however - just up yer street if yer a bitter jaded basterd...
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 4:54pm Irwin:

Artie: "Penny is a self-creative artist."
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 4:56pm Linda Lee:

i should put cans on my cats too
  Wed. 1/4/17 4:57pm Dean:

"self-creative"=devotee of Kaballah
  Wed. 1/4/17 4:58pm flashbazbo:

I think tom referred to a woman as a piece of talent. ?

That Morpheum sounded like trail of dead . Try it and see
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 4:58pm geezerette:

Right, up to him to get all the music "out" of her.
What does he do, pick her up and shake her until no more music comes out?
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 4:59pm Linda Lee:

it's about applying the proper pressure ~ it's like toothpaste
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/4/17 5:00pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...hints of Tom Rush or Tim Buckley-type arrangement...the years of Liberation in terms of writing for yourself & resources & palette - but still limited tracks on tape...& still here's another 60s Artist completely unfamiliar w/...
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 5:00pm geezerette:

Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 5:01pm Linda Lee:

i actually went to see You're A Good Man Charlie Brown off broadway. odd to see adults up there dressed like children.
  Wed. 1/4/17 5:01pm flashbazbo:

Sopwith was from peanuts. Guess that wasn't hip to say. But here we are listening to ad copy for Charlie Brown
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 5:02pm Linda Lee:

Peanuts were a really, really big thing. everything Peanuts. i had a sweat shirt & a lunch box!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/4/17 5:02pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Anybody watched 'Soundbreaking'? I hears good things.
  Wed. 1/4/17 5:04pm Deam:

*The* Teddy Reig?!

Never heard of him.
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 5:05pm geezerette:

Irwin, think you have to write it.
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 5:05pm Linda Lee:

time for some educatin!
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 5:06pm Linda Lee:

Might Sparrow!!! amazing.
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 5:06pm Marshall Stacks:

Wow, Irwin, what a coup!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/4/17 5:07pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...Reiging, (Biography) Writin' & RhythmTicks...
  Wed. 1/4/17 5:07pm Devin B.:

Mighty Sparrow! That will be amazing.
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 5:07pm Irwin:

Teddy Reig: en.wikipedia.org...
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 5:08pm geezerette:

Linda, I had a Snoopy stuffed animal. It was designed to be very floppy.

Didn't know Mighty Sparrow was still "here". Fingers crossed!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/4/17 5:08pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...that's a Story awlright...
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 5:09pm Linda Lee:

i had one too geezerette! oh gosh the toys. .. the toys. the books. the posters. the pajamas, the clothes, the tv specials ..
  Wed. 1/4/17 5:09pm Dean:

Reig seems kind of ... important.
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 5:10pm Linda Lee:

that's gonna be some interview.
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 5:10pm Irwin:

Caravan cover by Matching Mole. Canterbury-scene incest.
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 5:11pm Irwin:

Reig produced the first recordings by Charlie Parker, Miles Davis, and Stan Getz. Ho-hum .....
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 5:11pm geezerette:

John Goodman as Reig. I'd see that movie.
  Wed. 1/4/17 5:12pm Dean:

Chaucer typically merely alluded to incest.
  Wed. 1/4/17 5:12pm P-9O:

Haven't had a chance to say: Happy New Year Irwin, and Irwinvalids!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Wed. 1/4/17 5:13pm Michael 98145:

some day, some day ... : www.fantagraphics.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/4/17 5:14pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...can't wait to hear what Lyle says about 'im...
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 5:14pm geezerette:

Michael, great link!
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 5:16pm Irwin:

Oh, man -- Reig and Lyle did NOT get along. But they had a lengthy and productive history. I'll leave it to Lyle to expound.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/4/17 5:18pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...there's some super-early Peanuts - for a while - was it Linus? - was going behind everybody & sticking his finger out like a gun & shouting BANG!...into the Un-P.C. file w/ the Mad Bomber of the Muppet Show...
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 5:18pm geezerette:

Never heard Brian Haas before, on the lookout now though!
  Wed. 1/4/17 5:20pm Dean:

The namesake.
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 5:20pm geezerette:

RevRab, that's funny/sad.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/4/17 5:20pm Carmichael:

I thought I heard something Caravaney back there ...
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/4/17 5:21pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...& Lefty the street 'salesman' Muppet on Sesame St. ...
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 5:22pm Linda Lee:

there was quite a bit of rough stuff in Peanuts for sure. & then we had the sleeping bags. the beach towels. the bed sheets. the jelly jars. the plastic dishware. the paper napkins. the notebooks. the music boxes. the records. .. celebrations of searing neurosis everywhere..
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 5:25pm Irwin:

Cosmic cowboys.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Wed. 1/4/17 5:25pm melinda:

I remember Lefty.
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 5:25pm Linda Lee:

.. hitch your wagon to a star ..
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/4/17 5:27pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

The silence of a falling star
Lights up a purple sky
And as I wonder where you are
I'm so lonesome I could cry

'Before there was Rock'n'Roll - there were Cowboys w/ guitars.' - Lennon
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/4/17 5:28pm Whosondephone:

My father used to play the New Riders.
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 5:29pm Linda Lee:

yes. lonesome manual laborers under the stars ..
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 5:29pm Linda Lee:

in the band proper, Whosondephone?
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/4/17 5:30pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

(...course Hank was Country & only dressed Western...)
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/4/17 5:32pm Whosondephone:

The record. Not sure I understand your question Linda.
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 5:33pm Linda Lee:

sorry, just wondering if he was a member of the band or just played with them occasionally, say for certain sessions.
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 5:33pm geezerette:

Thank you Irwin!
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 5:34pm Linda Lee:

knew a guy who told folks he played with Dylan ~ but it was just one session.
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 5:35pm Linda Lee:

that's ok too. i was just curious.
  Wed. 1/4/17 5:35pm fredr:

Irwin, is this John McLaughlin on guitar?
I remember an album from the 70's with Miles, Herbie Hancock and John on guitar.
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 5:36pm Irwin:

Yes, JMcL.
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 5:36pm Linda Lee:

yes, that's him
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 5:36pm Linda Lee:

sorry, do realize my name is not Irwin.
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 5:37pm Irwin:

Thing is, this 26-minute recording has countless edits. It's not a real-time performance. Sections weave in and out. It's a suite, tho not performed as such.
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 5:38pm Linda Lee:

pretty fantastic
Avatar Wed. 1/4/17 5:38pm Rich in Washington:

Sonny Sharrock is on side two, kind of 'woven in' as well.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/4/17 5:38pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

JMcL~ : 'When I 1st played w/ Miles, I plugged in & played some BeBop - & he walked over, turned my amp all the way up & said - play like Hendrix!'
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 5:39pm Linda Lee:

no looking back.
Avatar Wed. 1/4/17 5:39pm Rich in Washington:

has anyone seen the Miles biopic yet? Impressions? I am curious.
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 5:40pm Irwin:

Rich: No Sharrock on this album, at least not on the original 1971 version.
  Wed. 1/4/17 5:40pm fredr:

Great stuff to round off the day!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/4/17 5:40pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Re movie: No. Wow: such varied reviews.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/4/17 5:42pm common:

good to hear this miles. hi irwin, all
  Wed. 1/4/17 5:45pm Dean:

I think Rich is correct. Per WP, "The 'Willie Nelson' section of the second track (starting at about 13:55) was recorded on February 18, 1970 by a different and uncredited lineup," among which appears Sharrock.
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 5:47pm Passaic River Blues:

Haven't been on the boards due to the strictures of a new gig, but this was a great episode. Tom Wilson, Hank Mobley, RSM, Dino, Miles! Also, that Penny Nichols song was insanely good. Let us pray that the Mighty Sparrow may yet touch down in WFMU's aerie. Thank you, Irwin!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/4/17 5:47pm Parq:

I loved the little essay that was printed on the cover of the original "Jackson" release.
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 5:47pm Irwin:

He isn't listed on the credits of the CD, but that doesn't mean he's not on the session.
  Wed. 1/4/17 5:48pm Dean:

Can't remember if it's "Bitches Brew," "In a Silent Way," "Jack Johnson," or all three in their "complete" iterations that includes analyses of the component recordings of each along with the performers.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/4/17 5:49pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

wigkey personnel : en.wikipedia.org...

Jimi: So - who is this Sonny Sharrock?
Jazz Writer: Oh - some guy a lot of people put down for being too 'noisy'.
Jimi: ...Sounds like somebody we know - huh?
Avatar Wed. 1/4/17 5:51pm Rich in Washington:

I think Irwin's correct in that that section didn't appear in the original issue.
  Wed. 1/4/17 5:55pm Dean:

Yep. Interesting story from release of the complete recordings: https://www.theguardian.com/music/2003/oct/17/2
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Wed. 1/4/17 5:55pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Hi, folks. The painting today makes me think of something a teacher would hand out to an essay class with an assignment "Write a five-page short story that explains the picture."
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 5:56pm geezerette:

that organ!
  Wed. 1/4/17 5:56pm fredr:

Sounds like Herbie on a Farfisa.
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 5:56pm geezerette:

so good!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/4/17 5:58pm Parq:

God, this is magnificent.
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 5:59pm Linda Lee:

tripping out!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 1/4/17 6:00pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Oh man - five CDs. The 'Silent Way' sessions box has certainly been a revelation to me. Electric Miles - its' own Genre.
Avatar    Wed. 1/4/17 6:00pm geezerette:

Irwin, half an hour is not enough!
Great show. :D
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Wed. 1/4/17 6:00pm Michael 98145:

epilog: "Artie Ripp and Phil Steinberg were the epitome of this newfound Manhattan celebration, Jewish cowboys who has ridden in from the plains of the Bronx and Brooklyn to feast on this half-mile radius of melody, diming and hustle. They reigned over it as their own Dodge City via Kama Sutra ..." - from Rolling Stoned, by Andrew Loog Oldham
Avatar Wed. 1/4/17 6:00pm Rich in Washington:

thanks, Irwin!
  Thu. 1/5/17 5:04pm Mark in Toronto:

@Revolution Rabbit: "Soundbreaking" is fascinating and entertaining. Watched it on PBS.
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