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Options May 21, 2009: Reflections of an Amnesiac

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
MIX  Love, Sharon [45 played at 33 RPM] + bits of various DOC WIR MIRRAN pieces   Options N/A  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
JAMRA  Armageddon [intro]   Options Second Coming (1972)  0:05:29 (Pop‑up)
BLANKETSHIP  Who's Tellin' You   Options Klangwunder (2009)  0:07:23 (Pop‑up)
PIERRE BASTIEN  Turkish Boys at the Harbour   Options Visions of Doing (2008)  0:10:30 (Pop‑up)
BHIKSHUNI HENG-YIN/ CHILDREN OF CULTIVATING & INSTILLING VIRTUE SCHOOLS  Hermit Song/ Congratulations/ Take Back Your Carts!   Options The Three Cart Patriarch (1981)  0:12:19 (Pop‑up)
KIT REAM  Don't Be So Holy Poly Over My Souly   Options All That I Am (1978)  0:23:15 (Pop‑up)
MICHAEL FARNETI  ESP Switch   Options Good Morning Kisses (1976)  0:32:28 (Pop‑up)
PINE HILL  Clockwork Apology   Options Isolation (1977)  0:35:32 (Pop‑up)
NORTHERN LIGHTS  Younger Generation   Options Vancouver Dreaming (1973)  0:38:10 (Pop‑up)
STEVE DOUGLAS  Seaside Reflections   Options Reflections (197?)  0:41:57 (Pop‑up)
PIERRE BASTIEN & DOMINIQUE GRIMO  Amnesia   Options Rag-Time Vol. 2 (2008)  0:43:40 (Pop‑up)
JERRY SOLOMON  Through the Woods/ Teen Love   Options Through the Woods (1973)  0:45:58 (Pop‑up)
MARK MARKHAM  Stung by the W.A.S.P.   Options If This Is Love Then I Want My Money Back (1982)  0:54:37 (Pop‑up)
WILLIE JOE & HIS UNITAR  Unitar Rock   Options 7" (1956)  1:02:32 (Pop‑up)
IMP INK  Hi Ho Silver/ Interlude with Arnold Schwazenegger/ The Pranky Elevator/ Avesta/ Life Can Be Beautiful [part of]   Options Imp Ink (1980)  1:04:53 (Pop‑up)
SERGE FRANKLIN  La Mousson   Options Free Sitar (1970)  1:12:26 (Pop‑up)
JERRY SOLOMON  Mi A Elttil Yob   Options Through the Woods (1973)  1:21:06 (Pop‑up)
FANTASTIC ZOO  This Calls for a Celebration (1966)   Options V.A.: Mindrocker: The Complete Series [13 CDs]  1:23:47 (Pop‑up)
FALLEN ANGELS  Have You Ever Lost a Love? (1966)   Options V.A.: Mindrocker: The Complete Series [13 CDs]  1:26:05 (Pop‑up)
ROBBIE JAY  Portrait of My Dream   Options 7" (1966)  1:28:57 (Pop‑up)
WHETHER BUREAU  White & Frosty (1968)   Options V.A.: Mindrocker: The Complete Series [13 CDs]  1:31:41 (Pop‑up)
VELVET ILLUSIONS  Velvet Illusions (1967)   Options V.A.: Acid Dreams, Vol. 1  1:38:59 (Pop‑up)
I CORVI  Sospesa Ad un Filo (1967)   Options V.A.: We Can Fly - UK Psychedelic Obscurities  1:42:00 (Pop‑up)
THE KORDS  Boris the Spider (1967)   Options V.A.: Mindrocker: The Complete Series [13 CDs]  1:43:37 (Pop‑up)
TROGGS  Lost Girl (1966)   Options V.A.: Maximum Freakbeat  1:46:18 (Pop‑up)
KACK KLICK  Lord My Cell Is Cold (1964?)   Options 7" (1964)  1:48:59 (Pop‑up)
MOGEN DAVID & THE GRAPES OF WRATH  Don't Want You No More (1967)   Options 7"  1:53:12 (Pop‑up)
DAVID ARVEDON  I Know What I Want   Options In Search of the Most Unforgettable Tree We Ever Met  1:56:32 (Pop‑up)
STEVE DOUGLAS  And the Boys Lazed on the Verandah   Options Reflections (197?)  2:00:24 (Pop‑up)
NOBODIES  Bower   Options Cup of Tea [pre-release]  2:07:25 (Pop‑up)
GERARD ENTREMONT  Mon Amour, Mon Amour   Options Gerard Entremont & Co. (1975)  2:10:43 (Pop‑up)
MADER  Lola   Options Tangobidet (1984)  2:14:08 (Pop‑up)
NOBODIES  Miserychords   Options Cup of Tea [pre-release]  2:18:57 (Pop‑up)
FREDDY BLIFFERT  When I Was Loved   Options You'll Like Bliffert (197?)  2:21:31 (Pop‑up)
EAST OF EDEN  Ballad of Harvey Kaye (1968)   Options V.A.: We Can Fly - UK Psychedelic Obscurities  2:24:50 (Pop‑up)
STATE OF MIND  Goin' Away (1967)   Options V.A.: A Journey to Tyme  2:26:45 (Pop‑up)
CHRIS & NICKY ANDREWS  Man in Suit (2009 demo)   Options N/A  2:32:08 (Pop‑up)
COVERED WAGON MUSICIANS  Rattlesnake Station   Options We Say No to Your War (1972)  2:34:12 (Pop‑up)
RED SHADOW  Anything Good   Options V.A.: What Now, People? Vol. 2 (1977)  2:37:52 (Pop‑up)
DAVID ARVEDON  Alan Berkowitz   Options In Search of the Most Unforgettable Tree We Ever Met  2:40:21 (Pop‑up)
PERMUTATIVE DISTORTION  Brückenkopf im Niemandsland   Options Brückenkopf im Niemandsland 7" EP (1981)  2:43:17 (Pop‑up)
DIE TODLICHE DORIS  Ostgesprach 1986   Options Sechs (1986)  2:45:32 (Pop‑up)
JEAN GILBERT  Frohliches Waidwerk   Options V.A.: Schau Hor - Main Herz Ist Rhein (1981)  2:48:21 (Pop‑up)
BENE GESSERIT  Son Petit Magasin (2008)   Options The Insane Box  2:50:05 (Pop‑up)
SURPLUS STOCK  Detente   Options Holland in Not (1980)  2:54:43 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  12:01pm jamesie:

Lord please stop those priests from touching me...
  12:03pm Parq:

Tony, we are blessed to have you back with us. Here, somebody help me with this incense burner.
  12:05pm Cecile:

Tony! Good to see (hear) you.
  12:06pm Ike:

Hallelujah! Praise Buddha!
  12:06pm doug from hell:

The priests keep touching you because you are sinful and unclean.
  12:08pm (mta) Tony:

What a wonderful treat to hear you again with us. You'll forever be with us through your Archives. Hope your planned move is coming along nicely. We'll all miss you a lot. Parq, you must light a match and say a prayer before applying the flame to the tip. Good luck!
  12:10pm jamesie:

the whole of the Irish catholic church are with me when I say how touched I am by their kindness.
  12:17pm Dharma:

Did anyone see Greg?
  12:17pm Devin:

How interesting...
  12:17pm Carmichael:

Hey hey, Tony! Great to hear you and your music again.
  12:19pm Tony C:

Greetings, one and all! It's good to be back...

- t
  12:19pm BSI:

Who has chakra cake?
  12:21pm Marshall Stacks:

The Minister of War only serves MREs.
  12:22pm PMD:

He gets a whole CART of beautiful women??
  12:23pm The Minister:

One word, dude: Nirvana.
  12:23pm doug from buddhist hell:

I'll take those carts if you're not using them...
  12:23pm Cecile:

That should totally be a Disney movie.
  12:24pm AnAnonymousParty:

He'll need a trailer for all the shoes, PMD.
  12:24pm Dr. Demento:

Holy Poly Soulies, eat em up, yum.
  12:32pm marty:

how's portland?
  12:36pm Tony C:

I'm likin' it. I'm still bi-coastal at the moment, though....

- t
  12:41pm Cecile:

this is like the weirdest song ever.
  12:42pm dc pat:

uh, yeah...
  12:43pm BSI:

SHITE! That reminds me...
I was gonna totally drop out of society before I turned 40.
  12:44pm Marshall Stacks:

Those seagulls sound unwell.
  12:47pm Cecile:

hey does anyone know where pearly sweets has been?

And Tony, what is the story with this Jerry Solomon guy?
  12:47pm Bad Ronald:

I was wondering the same...
  12:48pm dc pat:

isn't he working on an album or something?
  12:48pm Jandek:

Hey Jerry, this is my gig.
  12:49pm Tony C:

Can't tell you too much about Jerry S -- though he did have a public access show in California not too long ago. Episodes are on Youtube...

- t
  12:50pm Jerry:

Hey Mr. Jandek -- I was recording when you were in diapers. I'm a child of the '50s

  12:51pm Jandek:

My bad. There are geniuses in every generation, I guess...
  12:57pm Cecile:

Sweet merciful crap
  12:59pm Cecile:

this. is. insane.
  1:03pm Cecile:

Yes! Rene Hall, the Specialty records producer and house musician, played one as well. A great track of his is "Twitchy"
  1:03pm dc pat:

a diddley bo
  1:04pm annie:

just wandering through to say hi.
  1:04pm Carmichael:

He could play lead and rhythm at the same time.
  1:04pm BSI:

Great jasmine camel spit, this Willie Joe is a man on FAHR! Great stuff.
  1:04pm Chuck Berry:

Johnny B. Buzz!!!!
  1:10pm Carmichael:

I seethe whenever I hear, see or think about the Terminator's name.
  1:10pm dc pat:

Here's some explanation of the unitar and differences from diddley bo:

  1:11pm dc pat:

gawd, what grammer...sorry Ike, where ever you are...
  1:11pm miketp:

the invite for portland is open.
  1:16pm Tony C:

Thank you, sir!

- t
  1:26pm Jerry:

I do believe I sounded marginally less funereal backwards, if no more melodic. Ta and cheers!
  1:30pm Wistful:

Songs these days should use more bells. Just like this song. A lost art, I tell you.
  1:31pm Jonathan Steinke:

Yay, Tony!!
  1:32pm dc pat:

..and don't forget sweet singing, god I miss that...
  1:33pm Carmichael:

Misty, hippie soulful mourning kind of singing.
  1:35pm G:

I lit some incense earlier. Seriously!
  1:38pm dale:

Hey Tony, speaking of Northwest, do you have any Springfield Rifle?
  1:43pm Carmichael:

Latin Rock? Weasel Spagnola is probably rolling over in his grave. If he's dead.
  1:44pm Tony C:

Not today -- sorry!

- t
  1:45pm dale:

I just meant in your bag of tricks.....not today. 'I Loved Her' is probably the only good sang they did in their short lifespan.
  1:47pm dc pat:

jeezus, Carm--you came up with that name pretty quick. I'm a garage head and I didn't even know that one..
  1:47pm Carmichael:

Reg Presley rules the roost. The garage roost.
  1:48pm dc pat:

that one I knew...
  1:53pm Carmichael:

Pat, odd names like that just stick in my mind. Like Corky Siegel or Ace Frehley.

I have no explanation.
  1:56pm G:

From the APA diagnostic handbook --

ANRS Anomalous Name Recollection Syndrome
  1:56pm Bad Ronald:

Engelbert Humperdinck?
  1:56pm dc pat:

Impressive nonetheless..

This set's really workin for me Tony.
  1:58pm dc pat:

how about Bernhard Knipperdolling
  1:59pm BSI:

tony, please do a fill-in slot for everyone.
for a while, at least.
  2:00pm Carmichael:

Agreed. Tony, I'm pining for the late 60s again ....

And thanks G for telling me which syndrome I have. I'll look for the infomercial late this evening.
  2:00pm ASPCA:

His girlfriend was a dog????
  2:02pm Gilbert O'Sullivan:

  2:07pm G O's:

from my catalogue of 45's:

Get Down" -- semi love song to a dog

"Claire" -- love song, revealed at end (as in Arvedon) to be a surprise -- a baby girl.
  2:11pm Cat Stevens:

I love my dog.
  2:11pm Cecile:

save all your kisses for me by the Brotherhood of Man has a trick ending like that. Ah, Eurovision...
  2:14pm Carmichael:

I always thought that sounded like the Partridge Family. Man, they would kick some Eurovision ass.
  2:15pm Jonathan Steinke:

Whoa...sounds like Mr. Lowery ganked the riff to "Low" from that song.
  2:20pm still b/p:

Rats. Missed all these ingriguing goods while lunch-biking downtown and back in the unseasonally nutso heat. Somebody ssssSSSHPRITZ me! Or coconut and black rasberry ice cream me!
  2:21pm What!:

Really nice to hear you on WFMU again, Tony C. Brings back good memories of Saturday nights...
  2:24pm Carmichael:

Is the verse lifted from After the Goldrush, Mr. Bliffert?
  2:25pm avec noir:

nice to hear the mellowman back on wfmu
  2:26pm Carmichael:

And this song requires interpretive dancing. I'm standing up now ....
  2:27pm echo:

what great music to work to.
  2:32pm bstill:

Tony,if memory serves me,the boys on the Veranda was origanally from a concept album called Borstal boys but I cant remember who the group was.I...
  2:35pm New Genre:

Conestoga Rap
  2:40pm Parq:

There's more from Red Shadow? Shades of Atrocious Music . . .
  2:41pm Carmichael:

Boys Lazed on Veranda song was apparently written by Peter Sarstedt. I'm trying to confirm that via his website, but it's a total glossy bitch to get anything useful out of.
  2:43pm BSI:

no, I'm Richard Kostelanetz..
  2:49pm annie:

hallo! still hangin. beautiful day, great tunes, really. well, tunes is loosely based
  2:51pm spaniel:

Tony, great to hear you and all this warped splendor again.
  2:56pm Carmichael:

Thanks for the great music, Tony.
  2:57pm Tony C:

Great to be here! And don't forget: I'll be filling in for Brian next Tuesday

- t
  2:58pm Cecile:

  3:03pm Scott:

I'm a little late here but I have to say this was an awesome playlist! Long live Tony!
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