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This is where all of culture and all of time are collapsed into one seductive portal and viewed through the panoramic lens of the exotic. Come and embark on an armchair-travel virtual-voyage to the heart of timeless darkness and beyond; embrace the numinous monolith of the exotic immensity. Let us find that place where hybridization meets its destiny as pure fantasy. Let us become observers observing those others who are ourselves. You wear your mask and I'll wear mine.

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Favoriting October 27, 2022: Arnie & Chico / Ken Hyder's Talisker / Féeri, Fléau, Tapioca

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments Approx. start time
  Intro            
Chico Hamilton  Thoughts   Favoriting The Dealer  Impulse!  1967  With Arnie Lawrence & Larry Coryell  0:01:33 (Pop-up)
Chico Hamilton  Up Front What Counts / On The Trail (From "Grand Canyon Suite") / Seat Belt / Volvo's / Gonna Get Some Right Now   Favoriting El Exigente – The Demanding One  Flying Dutchman  1970  with Arnie Lawrence  0:10:58 (Pop-up)
Chico Hamilton  Abdullah and Abraham   Favoriting Peregrinations  Blue Note  1975  with/composed by Arnie Lawrence  0:25:06 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
 

Tropical Forest – Number Six Chops Down the Tree  

 

 

 

 

0:28:57 (Pop-up)
Talisker  Diddlin' for the Bairns / Lament for Dairmid   Favoriting Dreaming Of Glenisla  Caroline Records  1975    0:40:19 (Pop-up)
Talisker  Drum Salute / Lament for Mal Dean   Favoriting Dreaming Of Glenisla  Caroline Records  1975    0:46:03 (Pop-up)
Ken Hyder's Talisker  The Strathspey King / The Men Of Barra Know How To Drink, But The Women Know How To Sing   Favoriting Land of Stone  Japo Records  1977    0:57:32 (Pop-up)
Ken Hyder's Talisker  Close The Window And Keep It Down   Favoriting Land of Stone  Japo Records  1977    1:05:44 (Pop-up)
Ken Hyder's Talisker  See You At The Mission, Eh, If It’s No’ Full   Favoriting Land of Stone  Japo Records  1977    1:09:26 (Pop-up)
Ken Hyder's Talisker  The Last Battle   Favoriting The Last Battle  Vinyl Records  1978    1:15:53 (Pop-up)
Ken Hyder's Talisker  Old Times   Favoriting White Light  Vinyl Records  1980    1:24:09 (Pop-up)
Ken Hyder's Talisker  Drum Salute & Lament for Joe Hyder   Favoriting Humanity  Impetus  1986    1:33:18 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
 

Acitoxe  

 

 

 

 

1:40:26 (Pop-up)
Pataphonie  Chanterelle / Valse Noble   Favoriting Le Matin Blanc  Féeri Music  1978    1:50:11 (Pop-up)
Luc Marianni  Distorsion Dans Les Brumes   Favoriting Souvenirs Du Futur  Féeri Music  1980    1:58:16 (Pop-up)
Cyril Lefebvre  Cocaïne Blues   Favoriting Cocaine Blues  Fléau  1978    2:05:23 (Pop-up)
Cyril Lefebvre  Frédo Rock   Favoriting Cocaine Blues  Fléau  1978    2:08:58 (Pop-up)
Jean-Luc Roudière  Sainte Hélène   Favoriting Overchoses  Fléau  1978    2:12:36 (Pop-up)
Verto  Reel   Favoriting Reel 19 36  Fléau  1978    2:15:16 (Pop-up)
Cyril Lefebvre Et Son Ensemble Moderne  Es Un Sueño   Favoriting Vibrato  Fléau  1979    2:24:21 (Pop-up)
Magma  Terrien Se Je T'ai Convoque   Favoriting Inédits  Tapioca  1977    2:29:22 (Pop-up)
Gong  Inner Temple (Zero Meets The Octave Doctor)   Favoriting Gong Est Mort, Vive Gong  Tapioca  1977    2:32:26 (Pop-up)
Daevid Allen  Poet For Sale   Favoriting Now Is The Happiest Time Of Your Life  Tapioca  1977    2:38:04 (Pop-up)
Etron Fou Leloublan  P.O.I. (Pourissement Des Organes Intérieurs)   Favoriting Les Trois Fou's Perdégagnent (Au Pays Des...)  9H 17 Productions / Tapioca  1978    2:41:27 (Pop-up)
Cyril Lefebvre Et Son Ensemble Moderne  Halumé Hawaiien   Favoriting Vibrato  Fléau  1979    2:48:13 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
 

Bells Of My Soul  

 

 

 

 

2:53:00 (Pop-up)


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Listener comments!

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Flash Strap:

Hello Explorers!
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Mantarray:

hello Flash, explorers! checking in early tonight.
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Scott67:

G'day Evan & Explorers!
🌏⛈️💻🎶🍻😎🤙
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listener james from westwood:

Evening, Flash and all!
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chresti:

Hi Flash and explorers!
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Flash Strap:

Hey gang! hi Chresti! James! Scott! Mantarray!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:02pm
Mxter Baba:

Greetings, Flash, Mantarray, Scott67, listener james from westwood and CHRESTIKINNNNNNNS!
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Little Danny:

Hello Evan hello babes! Stoked!
Avatar 7:04pm
Flash Strap:

Hello Baba and LD!
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Flash Strap:

following up on last week's show, we'll be kicking off tonight with a nice slab from each of Arnie Lawrence's 3 albums with Chico Hamilton
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:06pm
WR:

Hi Flash Strap, drummer explorers. Guessing who the guitar is on Thoughts with Chico.
Avatar 7:07pm
Flash Strap:

Coryell on his first record, doing unbelievably gorgeous work here
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Flash Strap:

Hi WR!
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WR:

Yes, Coryell, remembered/guessed correct. Coryell's first time on record? Really?
Avatar 7:09pm
Flash Strap:

supposedly!
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Flash Strap:

quite a debut
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:11pm
WR:

Look like it. This was 66. Wikipedia says he joined Burton in 67.
Avatar 7:14pm
Flash Strap:

last 2 sections of this suite were written or cowritten by Arnie, who's got a crazy electric sax sound going. Some great guitar from Bob Mann here too
Avatar 7:17pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...between a Hammer Frankenstein watch party via G-Mania (for which this provides happy audio) & a food satiation coma or something - I'm appreciating with whatever level of attention is within my capacity...
Avatar 7:17pm
Flash Strap:

Hey Rev!
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Flash Strap:

recently had a wonderful time watching Frankenstein vs Baragon
Avatar 7:19pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

G-Mania's been having Universal & Hammer Classics all October. Back to DaiKaiju next month...
Avatar 7:19pm
Flash Strap:

that sax sound isn't just selectric, it's more like electrocuted. arc danger skronk
Avatar 7:21pm
Flash Strap:

i've never really gone deep on Hammer as perhaps I should - the Universal horrors though, right in my wheelhouse
Avatar 7:23pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Know what you mean - but Christopher Lee & Peter Cushing are magnificent & stuff. More into SciFi & MonsterMovies than Horror - but not splitting hairs for these...
Yeah that sound still arresting 52 years later...
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abbazabba:

Hello Evan and All! I’m glad to be here
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Flash Strap:

"Gonna Get Some Right Now" originally appeared on Arnie's Look Toward a Dream LP on Project 3
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Flash Strap:

hey abbazabba!
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Aitch:

In late, trying to catch up
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Flash Strap:

Hi Aitch!
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Little Danny:

love this track
Avatar 7:26pm
Flash Strap:

Oh my word the show has just reached its goal! thanks to a very special Listener for taking us across the finish line tonight!
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Flash Strap:

@LD: it's so damn good, pure honey
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abbazabba:

I loved last week’s show for sure
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:36pm
chresti:

Yay goal!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:40pm
WR:

Ya gotta watch those sneaky admins, I've seen several programs reach their goal and then the goal is STRETCHED. Don't blame 'em. It's for the cause.
Avatar 7:41pm
Flash Strap:

i love to hear it abbazabba
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Flash Strap:

@WR: they do it, I've seen it! clap 'em in chains I say
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Flash Strap:

saxophone on these played by John Rangecroft and Davie Webster
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:47pm
WR:

Wow. Talisker took the lessons of Albert Ayler and Milford Graves to heart and made their own. Never seen or heard this record. It's great!
Avatar 7:48pm
Flash Strap:

@WR: Exactly! ah man yes exactly
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neveract:

Hi Evan and Explorers! Dang.. I'm late today.😖
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Flash Strap:

Hi Never!
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Flash Strap:

sax is so gorgeous here, lovely touch
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

It's true too that in the Americas - ancestry is most often mixed. 'Hendrix' for example a Celtic name. I also think a lot in terms of Europe itself being Pagan if one goes back before the Xian eras - & even Shamanistic if back far enuff. & all of that in terms of the Musics.
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Flash Strap:

@rev: indeed, and bagpipe music is tied up in histories of resistance to british occupation - a whole class of "indoor" bagpipe only came to be after british outlawed bagpipes as instruments of war, for example
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Much like Drums among Slaves. Maybe. Thinking far afield for a reason to play sax & pipes together - but there it all is.
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Doug Schulkind:

I once wrote a piece praising this record and Hyder posted it on his website.
Avatar 7:58pm
Flash Strap:

Hi Doug! how did I not see that when doing my reading-up? egg-on-face
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Flash Strap:

but that's fantastic to learn, i'm overjoyed to learn of this confluence of excellence
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Flash Strap:

“Hyder’s debut record – Dreaming of Glenisla recorded 1975 – sounds for all the world like an Albert Ayler album released post-New Grass. The twin sax/twin bass lineup of Hyder’s quintet creates a droning, cantatorial spiritsound one can imagine as the sound of Ayler’s dreams.”

Doug Schulkind
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Doug Schulkind:

I like my Flash Strap face sunnyside up.
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Flash Strap:

with my golden locks and shining smile, i'm sunny on both sides
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Flash Strap:

i recently played an extended piece from the other side of this album, which features an incredible 3-part suite in homage to Coltrane and Ayler (as well as the MacCrimmons) - tonight we hear the A side with its advanced vocal techniques
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Mr. Jackpots:

Hello Flash Strap, just want to say I really enjoyed the Children of All Ages from last week. I'll check those Arnie Lawrence appearances in the playlist. Thank you! : )
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Flash Strap:

Hi Mr. Jackpots! so glad you enjoyed! reasonably sure you'll enjoy this evening's Arnie appetizer as well
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Flash Strap:

this vocal ensemble includes Maggie Nichols, who among many other projects was part of that tremendous Centipede record
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Flash Strap:

a much more angular attack on this album
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Flash Strap:

White Light features only John Rangecroft's sax; its follow up, Humanity, has only Davie Webster
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

'Coltrane' a Scottish name too if I'm not mistaken ...course sometimes it's the names of Slavers & not Ancestors - & then sometimes both.
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Flash Strap:

up next a really really fun one
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Flash Strap:

Jean-Pierre Grasset on synths here, crucial stuff
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doctorjazz:

Cocaine Blues, cool track, love this version (also love Dave Van Ronk's take).
Hi Flash and Flashers!
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Flash Strap:

hey Doc! love Van Ronk's too
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:08pm
doctorjazz:

Strange instrumental interlude...high on cocaine, perhaps?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:09pm
chresti:

Maaaann!
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doctorjazz:

Quite the guitarist, don't know of him (vaguely familiar name, nothing more), cool!
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Flash Strap:

what a cool record this is
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doctorjazz:

The backgrounds seem to have no connection to the bluesy guitar playing, strange.
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doctorjazz:

It is a cool record indeed!
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Flash Strap:

his follow-up is also on Fleau, we'll hear from it in a bit. he's also recorded with Mike Cooper
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:14pm
doctorjazz:

Not too expensive on Discogs, but all the versions are being sold from France (so shipping hikes the price considerably).
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Flash Strap:

@doc: i love that tension between the synths/electric guitar and the more traditional playing, not a terribly uncommon dichotomy in psychedelic music, etc. but pursued in a very interesting way there
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Flash Strap:

shipping is coocoo these days
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doctorjazz:

The playing was straight ahead blues/ragtime guitar (really good), the backgrounds very disjointed (in relation to the foreground guitar and singing), odder than most psychedelic music, which more consistently announces its weirdness. I did like it a bunch.
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Flash Strap:

Verto is often a group ensemble (elsewhere on the LP Lefebvre provides dobro), but sometimes it's just Jean-Pierre Grasset solo, and that's the case here.
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Flash Strap:

yeah much more of a double-music effect
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:21pm
coelacanth∅:

greetings Evan, Explorers
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Flash Strap:

Hi there Coelacanth!
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Flash Strap:

sounding a lot like island-mode Kevin Ayers here
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:31pm
Doug Schulkind:

Cyril has created some lovely sounds with our pal Mr. Cooper.
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Flash Strap:

their version of Sweet Leilani together with Cooper singing is so wonderful
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:38pm
doctorjazz:

Gotta take off for a bit, thanks Evan, cool sounds!
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Little Danny:

lovely
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Flash Strap:

adios Doc! thanks for hanging out & glad you dug the noise
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Little Danny:

i have some daevid allen lined up for tonight :)
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Flash Strap:

once again my friend we've done it
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:42pm
chresti:

menstruating minstrel
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Flash Strap:

haha yeah that part just jumps out and makes itself memorable
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Flash Strap:

this bonkers Etron Fou LP recorded / mixed by and featuring J.P. Grasset, who shows up once again this set
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

I noted on the first episode of the new 'It's Complicated' program for PrawgRawk with Dave Mandl on the mainstream that you've schooled me in how Lounge & Exotica were precedents to Concepts Album in Rawk~Pop ...tho the first episode was guest-hosted by ScottWiliams & I'm not sure who noticed ...it will likely come up again !...
~ TY Always DJ FS ~
Avatar 9:57pm
Little Danny:

your annual low-budget survey of spooky thrills is the next door down: wfmu.org... hope to seeee you there!
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Mantarray:

what a show! thanks Flash!
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Little Danny:

thanks evan, and congrats on smashing yer total! gooooallllll
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Scott67:

Thanks Evan! 🍻😎🤙💨🍺
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Flash Strap:

@Rev: you honor me sir
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Flash Strap:

thanks all for listening! ssee you soon
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chresti:

Thanks Flash!
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coelacanth∅:

Thanks Flashstrap!
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TDK60:

DJ Flash! I've been missing the Room for a spell. A Thursday event has taken my exploring elsewhere. But maybe I'll see ya next week... [?]
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