Favoriting Tony Coulter: Playlist from May 26, 2009 Favoriting

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Favoriting May 26, 2009: Galactic Fawns

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
CLAUS BOHMLER  Rahlstedt. Nacht. Innen (1982)   Favoriting Materialien zur Postmoderne in Bild und Ton  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
TINKLERS  Galactic Living Family   Favoriting U.F.O.s (7" EP) (1995)  0:08:07 (Pop-up)
EARTHRISE  Fawns   Favoriting World Citizen (1978)  0:10:12 (Pop-up)
THIRTY DAYS OUT  Forever   Favoriting Thirty Days Out (1971)  0:13:25 (Pop-up)
TINKLERS  Bad Aliens   Favoriting U.F.O.s (7" EP) (1995)  0:17:23 (Pop-up)
THE FUTURE/ THE HUMAN LEAGUE  Looking for the Black Haired Girls   Favoriting The Golden Hour of the Future  0:19:13 (Pop-up)
PERFORMING FERRET BAND  Where's My Four Slices of Bread?   Favoriting No One Told Us ('78-82)  0:23:11 (Pop-up)
LAST MAN IN EUROPE CORPORATION  Fear and Fervour   Favoriting Songs from the Ark (1982)  0:26:51 (Pop-up)
 
LITE STORM  Scarlet Ribbons   Favoriting Warning (1973)  0:34:26 (Pop-up)
LES LARMES  Ode to Billy Joe   Favoriting Live (1986)  0:38:15 (Pop-up)
TINKLERS  Randy   Favoriting U.F.O.s (7" EP) (1995)  0:44:06 (Pop-up)
JANDEK  Tell Me Who You Are   Favoriting Somebody in the Snow (1990)  0:46:50 (Pop-up)
KINKZOID  Remember When   Favoriting Debaclelypse (2009)  0:50:45 (Pop-up)
ONCE  Joanna   Favoriting The Hush (1981)  0:55:32 (Pop-up)
 
EJWUUSL WESSAHGGAN  The Crystal (197?)   Favoriting Ejwuusl Wessahggan  1:02:55 (Pop-up)
GENTRY  Attempted Contact (1969)   Favoriting V.A.: The Electric Asylum Vol. 2  1:07:13 (Pop-up)
CALICO WALL  I'm a Living Sickness (196?)   Favoriting V.A.: Acid Dreams - Testament  1:10:25 (Pop-up)
PETER COOK & DUDLEY MOORE  The L.S. Bumble Bee   Favoriting V.A.: We Can Fly - UK Psychedelic Obscurities  1:13:10 (Pop-up)
THE BOURBONS  A Dark Corner (1967)   Favoriting V.A.: Acid Dreams - Testament  1:15:54 (Pop-up)
ELECTRIC MAX BAND  Knives, Feathers and Fire   Favoriting 7" (1972)  1:18:35 (Pop-up)
MOZENGRAZN  Why Don't We Get Stoned   Favoriting V.A.: So It Goes.... (1973)  1:22:06 (Pop-up)
PERFORMING FERRET BAND  Take It Easy   Favoriting No One Told Us ('78-82)  1:24:36 (Pop-up)
HAP PALMER  Let It Be   Favoriting Mod Marches (1969)  1:26:51 (Pop-up)
 
AVEC NOIR  Art d'Execution   Favoriting demo  1:33:38 (Pop-up)
DIE TODLICHE DORIS  Der Astronaut und der Kosmos   Favoriting Die 7 Todlichen Unfalle im Haushalt [12"] (1980)  1:37:23 (Pop-up)
JERRY SOLOMON  I Came with My Cheriot   Favoriting At the Showbiz! (1978)  1:41:17 (Pop-up)
STEVE HAYES  Mister H   Favoriting Made in Tulsa (1980)  1:43:58 (Pop-up)
TRINITY HOUSE  Free to Live   Favoriting Flashback Through History (1977)  1:51:09 (Pop-up)
LITE STORM  Then He Cried   Favoriting Warning (1973)  1:56:13 (Pop-up)
 
RICTUS  Theme de Genie   Favoriting Cristelle ou la Decouverte du Mal (1981)  2:02:56 (Pop-up)
O.P.M.C.  The Head   Favoriting Amalgamation (1971)  2:05:34 (Pop-up)
INFINITE COMPANIONS  Out for You   Favoriting Sanity Rests in the Ability to Fly (1972)  2:10:19 (Pop-up)
EMERALD WEB  Silver Cities   Favoriting V.A.: The WHCN Homegrown Album (1977)  2:13:54 (Pop-up)
DAVE PORTER  Where Do Clouds Go   Favoriting Dave Porter (197?)  2:18:47 (Pop-up)
BRUSH  To Reiko   Favoriting Brush!? (1971)  2:22:16 (Pop-up)
JOE ROSANOVA & THE VINEYARD  Blue Is My World   Favoriting In Dedication to the Ones We Love (1968)  2:28:11 (Pop-up)
 
TRYAD  I'm Wonderin' How I Ever Got That Way   Favoriting If Only You Believe in Lovin' (1972)  2:34:28 (Pop-up)
ETERNITY EXPRESS  Sonata for 10,000 Acoustic Guitars   Favoriting Eternity Express (1979)  2:38:47 (Pop-up)
STRANGE  Somebody   Favoriting Souvenir Album (1976)  2:40:49 (Pop-up)
PIERRE BASTIEN  Tender Red Net   Favoriting Mecanoid (2001)  2:46:33 (Pop-up)
 


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Listener comments!

  3:03pm
Cecile:

Tony, always a pleasure!
  3:04pm
Dead Corporate Eyes:

cool, we hit a Tony sub!
  3:05pm
sahak:

woohoo tony coulter!!!!!!
  3:11pm
Galactic Overlord:

Your peace-loving filking won't stop our conquest.
  3:16pm
Cecile:

Tony, you should really have a label and do a compilation of some of these crazy tracks...
  3:17pm
sahak:

word up
  3:19pm
dc pat:

man, you just gotta love the Tinklers.
  3:19pm
Galactic Overlord:

Attention Earthlings: Send more Chuck Berry - or prepare to be annihilated!
  3:19pm
Cecile:

This song was probably from the kneeslapping musical of Thomas Disch's "The Genocides"
  3:20pm
Badder Aliens:

You'll miss the Bad Aliens when we get through with you!!!
  3:21pm
Tony C:

Greetings all....

FMU is my compilation series....

- t
  3:23pm
BSI:

...and your compilation series is my spinal fluid...
  3:24pm
The Great White Whale:

All You mast headers,,,now here this... You are to look
for....THE GREAT WHITE WHALE Send in the
old salt's for some good old Whaling Stories HOME
From Beyond The Pale PROCOL HARUM Spin now!
  3:24pm
Cecile:

Yes, Tony.
But I need to have a portable version for when I'm not near a computer, and I need a fix!
  3:32pm
The Great White Whale:

Hey Tony... Are you really CERPHE? You gonna tell
me that CERPHE'S UP?? Well,Blow Me Down!!! lol
GWW
  3:34pm
dc pat:

can you just play the Tinklers for the rest of the day?
  3:35pm
Cecile:

That's why you have to keep eating a little junk! ;)
  3:36pm
Cecile:

WOW. these are unique vocal stylings.
  3:36pm
BSI:

Another brave soldier falls victim to the devil mayonnaise...

But any remote Bobby Vinton reference can cure damn near anything. A fine choice, maestro Coulter.
  3:37pm
Marshall Stacks:

That Performing Ferret Band track was pretty great, too.
  3:38pm
dc pat:

goddamn this is crazy...
  3:39pm
still b/p:

You made me feel unwell with just the brief description of the lunch. Mayo has either mischievous or outright malevolent properties affecting body, mind and soul.
But the show otherwise is all feelgood.

Cecile recommends the Mithridates menu.
  3:41pm
Cecile:

I had to look it up, but yes!
  3:45pm
Cecile:

yay! Tinklers
  3:45pm
still b/p:

I knew someone who proposed that the early hot dogs of the summer season were inoculation against the later ones.

Is this Mister Rogers singing?
  3:45pm
Cecile:

Yo La Tengo, you need to do some Tinklers covers.
  3:46pm
Worstest Aliens:

We have your planet in our site. Play more Tinklers or face our deadly death rays.
  3:46pm
Janet H:

I thought I would stop by and say hello.
  3:52pm
Dead Corporate Eyes:

that's very thoughtful...would you like to stay for some tea?
  3:52pm
Janet H:

is anyone here?
  3:53pm
Janet H:

I would love some tea...
  3:54pm
PMD:

What did I miss?
  3:55pm
still b/p:

When Lunch Attacks!
It was scary!
  3:57pm
Cecile:

And "The Genocides: The Musical!"
  4:02pm
Janet H:

This is my first time listening to Tony Coulter playlist
  4:03pm
Andy:

Sounds Finnish
  4:04pm
Cecile:

Janet, his shows are strange, lovely and magical.
  4:06pm
Janet H:

sounds nice...it's nice with the sound of the rain in the background too...very peaceful
  4:08pm
Dead Corporate Eyes:

1969 sounds fun, too bad I was 1
  4:11pm
PMD:

Was Genocides: The Musical the sequel to When Lunch Attacks? Were they in 3d?
  4:11pm
BSI:

DCE:
Same here. But yet I manage to channel that year with eerie clarity....
  4:13pm
dc pat:

DCE: man was 1969 fun! It was kick ass ALL THE TIME. Well kindergarten was anyway...
  4:13pm
Cecile:

It was the When Lunch Attacks universe, but with an alternate timeline.

I was seven or eight, depending on the month.
  4:13pm
Dead Corporate Eyes:

well, you wouldn't have a computer and a playlist to comment on, anyway
  4:14pm
dc pat:

but 196? was funner.
  4:14pm
frenchee:

oh man, I'm trippin HARD--watch out for that BEEEEEEEEEE
  4:15pm
still b/p:

PMD - Stories just thematically/dramatically related insofar as humans suffered, grew desperate and finished far from triumph.
  4:16pm
Dead Corporate Eyes:

I think Tony knows his demographic target audience now!
  4:18pm
Cecile:

Yeah, late boomer/decrepit Gen Xer. ;D
  4:20pm
Brendan:

Dear Tony,
Did the Bourbons have an LP? Was "A Dark Corner" their only single?
Thank you very much!!
  4:20pm
Janet H:

I didn't come along until 1980
  4:20pm
frenchee:

guilty as charged, cecile!
  4:20pm
Marshall Stacks:

Really enjoying the show, Tony.
Is Acid Dreams an entire album of (good) bad trip anthems?
  4:21pm
BSI:

Cecile...that would be the "Gen Xer" that is statistically a "Gen Xer" but on the far early side, and routinely refuses to be part of that group, right?... count me in!
  4:22pm
dc pat:

I'm a blank gener
  4:22pm
Dead Corporate Eyes:

Janet, we'll have to ask for a legal guardian's permission for you to hang out on the playlist. Please bring that next time.
  4:23pm
Cecile:

yep BSI!
  4:24pm
The DEA:

Hey, wait a minute! I see what is going on here with your clever theme set. We are not as dumb as we look.
  4:25pm
Dead Corporate Eyes:

this is highly inappropriate. think of the children.
  4:25pm
Jonathan Steinke:

Or stand behind two guys at a BUS STOP (swear to God this happened this morning) and WATCH them get high.
  4:26pm
Janet H:

that song was scaring me....
  4:26pm
Cecile:

now I want some weed and to listen to Afroman
  4:27pm
The DEA:

I suppose next we will be hearing from David Peel and the Lower East Side you acid gobbling anti-social freak.
  4:30pm
BSI:

whoa, Captain Buzzkill mcFascist... well, some of us are gobblers, and others tend to sip and savour... Maybe it's a semi-non-gen-x thing...
  4:30pm
Dead Corporate Eyes:

this is so right.
  4:32pm
Cecile:

Tony, do you have any Hampton Grease Band wih you?
  4:32pm
still b/p:

1969: Hap recorded Mod Marches while I boldly wore flare-leg pants and an apache tie on the last day of 5th grade, both prohibited by Sister Anacita. We rose up, rose up! Power to the pee-wees!
But never for 1 minute have I felt part of the BB gen.
  4:34pm
Cecile:

Nor I, still b/p.
Never.
  4:37pm
George Eliot:

word
  4:37pm
BSI:

hey! Lets hear it for tri-colored brownish velour collared shirts with those weird metal ring zipper-pulls! Who-hoo!
  4:39pm
Cecile:

I was wearing my husband to be's velour shirts in the late 70s and he had one of those!
  4:40pm
PMD:

I love walking down the street, and smelling the sweet smell of xxx, and trying to figure out where it's coming from.
  4:41pm
Andy:

Jetzt wird's echt hier
  4:43pm
Dead Corporate Eyes:

this man was haunted by demons.
  4:43pm
PMD:

Genau.
  4:44pm
Marshall Stacks:

Probably. He's got a talk show.
  4:44pm
Cecile:

What is the status of that Jerry Solomon box? I need to know.
  4:46pm
still b/p:

Solomon, 3 words: Too much mayo.
  4:47pm
Tony C:

Actually haven't heard anything about Solomon reissues. Would sure be nice....

- t
  4:51pm
Dead Corporate Eyes:

Steve Hayes put all this work into this guitar solo, but forgot to tune the guitar first.
  4:51pm
Cecile:

his guitar tech was on vacation.
  4:53pm
Cecile:

So, Tony, which is your favorite non-accidentally-funny Jesus-rock record?
  4:54pm
frenchee:

ayeeeee! Free to cram 8,000 words per stanza into a song! For Jesus!
  4:55pm
Tony C:

That's tough -- probably Harbinger ... but don't hold me to that...

- t
  4:56pm
Cecile:

I won't! I don't know if I've heard Harbinger.
  4:58pm
Dead Corporate Eyes:

time to go home! have a nice night, you freaks.
  5:02pm
Cecile:

you too, you freak.
  5:07pm
Cecile:

Tony, how do you feel about the George Edwards Group reissues?
  5:09pm
Tony C:

You know, I haven't gotten the Drag City reish yet, so can't comment....

- t
  5:16pm
annie:

i am here and listening, just busy...
  5:20pm
annie:

i thought he said cars.... even funnier
  5:20pm
mike:

stax dave porter?
  5:21pm
Cecile:

I was really surprised to see it come out.
I got it last year, almost to the day.

they were great, they threw in a free solo project CD.

Hi annie!
  5:21pm
annie:

hi cecile, nice to see you up to par~
  5:24pm
Cecile:

I'm doing a'ok considering! thanks...
  5:25pm
Carmichael:

Just sticking my head in the cyber-door to say Hi Tony, kick ass set and I just bought Odessa this weekend! Can't wait to get home and stroke the velvet some more.

If you know what I mean.

Alright, I've contributed enough ....
  5:27pm
Mike F.:

Really digging this set.
  5:29pm
J:

Hasn't someone covered the song "Where do clouds go"?
  5:33pm
Mike F.:

a search for "Where do the clouds go" on last.fm only returns Nicole Eitner
  5:37pm
J:

Yah I don't see anything either. I thought it might have been the Free Design. Oh well
  5:38pm
Mike F.:

you can listen to the track by Nicole Eitner there on last.fm, though i wouldn't recommend it.

http://www.last.fm/music/Nicole+Eitner/_/09+Where+Do+The+Clouds+Go_?autostart
  5:40pm
Cecile:

I'll bet there's not 10,000 acoustic guitars on there.
Deceptive packaging.
  5:42pm
Mike F.:

They're on there, they're just not being strummed. and isn't that really a more powerfull message after all?
  5:45pm
Cecile:

These obscure singer-songwriters have almost redeemed the genre for me. It's just so raw and and angry for mellow music.
  5:57pm
Matt:

Another Tony Coulter show, another French musician who's discography I need.
  5:57pm
frenchee:

great show, Tony!
  5:58pm
Ike:

Nifty!
  2:17pm
Franz W.:

Hello Tony
Thank you for giving the opportunity to hear some of the very private releases of those loner folkpsychs. Some were reissued or put by some blogs for download, but the highly sought after are in collectors hand besides of the very low number of records, distributed amongst the artist's friends.
So, wmfu allows to hear some highlights of that genre.
To name a few, it would be great to hear the complete setlist of Mark Tramo`s Apotheosis or the Godz-like Virgil Caine, maybe, it would be a focalpoint for an evening to present the whole work to internalize the deep idea from these records, as meant by the authors.
I still miss "Mistress Mary Housewife", also listed on the best 50 private releases. I've done a cd-r from my original record, I assume, there'll never be out a reissue.
Thank you for your program, the www make it possible for Austria
Greetings Franz
  5:36pm
spaniel:

I just listened, actually am listening to the second time to your first set. Funny, scary, bizarre and interesting, really enjoying it. especially, "looking for the black hair girls", and "...four slice of bread", all great though.
  10:56pm
barely69sChild:

Does anyone remember a very old 45 record that was no music or lyrics.; Just Walking as if thru a cave; moaning slightly occasionally. Heavy steps walk a long ways, then; He reaches the end. A loud noise; n a loud moan. It's really scarey as a young child. Can't come up with it anywhere now. Plz help if you know this record.
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