Bob Brainen's playlist October 9, 2010 E-mail Bob Brainen
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Artist Track Album / Format Year Comments Approx. start time Hank Levine w/ Timothy Leary Image, Part One / The Psychedelic Experience (CD-R) 1961 / 1966 0:00:00 Pop‑up) Sandy Denny The North Star Grassman and the Ravens The North Star Grassman and the Ravens (CD) 1971 0:01:25 Pop‑up) Walter Schumann "Part 1 - last section" from The Night of the Hunter The Lost Weekend / The Night of the Hunter (CD) 1955 / 2006 Narrated & Directed by Charles Laughton 0:04:53 Pop‑up) Carla Kihlstedt/Matthias Bossi/Shahzad Ismaily Three Suitcases Causing a Tiger (CD) * 2010 0:11:57 Pop‑up) Norma Tanega Waves Walkin' My Cat Named Dog (LP) 1966 0:14:57 Pop‑up) Mike Gent He's in the Bag The Name Of This Record Is Mike Gent (CD) 2008 ...from The Figgs
Thanks to P.J.O.C.
0:17:06 Pop‑up) Gladhands Pipedream Wow And Flutter (CD) 1999 0:19:55 Pop‑up) Junior Wells and the Aces Messin' with the Kid Live In Boston 1966 (CD) * 1966 / 2010 0:23:38 Pop‑up) Ornette Coleman What Reason Could I Give? The Complete Science Fiction Sessions (CD box set) 1972 / 2000 Vocal by Asha Puthli 0:26:29 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
Claus Ogerman and His Orchestra
Soul Searchin' / Latin Rock 0:29:12 Pop‑up) Beach Boys Kiss Me Baby Today! (CD) 1965 0:38:29 Pop‑up) Beatles No Reply For Sale (CD) 1964 Happy 70th J.L. 0:40:59 Pop‑up) NRBQ If I Don't Have You Wild Weekend (CD) 1989 0:43:10 Pop‑up) John Coltrane & Don Cherry The Invisible The Avant Garde (CD) 1960 / 2002 Rec. 1960, first released 1966 0:45:43 Pop‑up) Carlos Surinach Ritmo Jondo Spanish And Latin American Music (LP) 1952 0:49:31 Pop‑up) Claus Ogerman and His Orchestra Soul Searchin' Soul Searchin' (LP) 1965 0:52:57 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
Soul Pride: The Instrumentals 1960-1969 0:57:39 Pop‑up) Thelonious Monk Quartet Nutty At Carnegie Hall (CD) 1957 / 2005 Monk would have turned 93 tomorrow.
1:09:53 Pop‑up) Thelonious Monk In Walked Bud Underground (LP) 1968 Jon Hendricks - words & voicel 1:15:56 Pop‑up) James Brown Choo-Choo (Locomotion) Soul Pride: The Instrumentals 1960-1969 (CD box set) 1963 / 1993 1:19:15 Pop‑up) Reese La Rue Don't be that Way Rockin' The Blues (LP) 1955 OST 1:22:15 Pop‑up) Sopwith Camel Postcard from Jamaica Sopwith Camel (CD) 1967 1:24:45 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
"Bob Brainen's Soul 'n RnB Instro cassette" 1:27:01 Pop‑up) Becker & Fagen Dod Eat Dog You Gotta Walk It Like You Talk It (Or You'll Lose That Beat) (CD) 1970 / 1992 OST (pre-Steely Dan) 1:37:37 Pop‑up) Big Kid When I Met The Girl All Kidding Aside (CD) 2006 1:40:13 Pop‑up) Steely Dan Dirty Work Can't Buy A Thrill (CD) 1972 1:45:09 Pop‑up) Mal Waldron w/ Eric Dolphy Warp and Woof Eric Dolphy - The Complete Prestige Recordings (Boxed set) 1961 / 1995 1:48:19 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
"frogs and more frogs" @ Joe Bauer's
1:52:00 Pop‑up) Orlons Wah-Wahtusi Don't Hang Up (CD) 1962 1:57:48 Pop‑up)
(* = new, The marked selections are from the Brainen Archive.)
9:07am SmokinJ:Top o' the mornin' bb from the land of cold beer and loud bikes :) 9:10am Jack:Light 'em up! SmokinJ is in the house! 9:11am SmokinJ:Mornin' Jack! 9:11am Hollis:nice mellow opening as always .. oops where is my horro kaftan? ooh there it is underneath my rock. 9:27am SmokinJ:THAT'S what I'm talkin' about! 9:30am Duffy:"What Reason Could I Give" -- very cool forward-looking, cascading vocal track from that Ornette Coleman's "Science Fiction" LP. Nice to hear this bright and clear sound unexpectedly on this Saturday morning. 9:32am Hollis:Bristol U.K here but still souding bright .. and clear :) 9:35am jamief:that background music from Claus Ogerman and His Orchestra sounds soooo Booker T and The MGs Bob....should have let it run...it's just too good as backing stuff...keep up the great work :) 9:44am SmokinJ:Happy Birthday John! 9:46am winston:Hey cool show. I'm headed to the beach to go surfing right now. Any chance you have some surf cuts you can play for us? 9:57am moldymind:anyone go to the swans show last night in brooklyn? 10:00am jamief:cheers for that Bob...excellent 10:01am moldymind:heavy, extremely loud and bordering on chaos, in short everything you would want from a rock and roll band... best show ever... punishing... makes nine inch nails sound like nursery rhymes 10:18am Lewis:John Hendicks on vocals? 10:19am Lewis:ah yes, now I scroll down = very cool! 10:33am Jack:Debut albums! Great idea, Bob, do it!
(and don't forget Spirits' first...)
10:42am SmokinJ:bb: It seems like whenever I listen to entire discographies of an artist I'm always impressed that I like the earlier work of the act better than the later stuff. Guess I'm just nostalgic ;) 10:48am Jack:SmokinJ: I tend to agree. The first couple/sometimes few albums are an artists best. I call it the "they died in a motorcycle accident syndrome" ( ala Dylan ) 10:49am SmokinJ:Great case in point! I remember when "Can't Buy A Thrill" first came out. It became an instant standard for evaluating audio equipment 'cause it sounded so good. 4:37pm Big Kid:Hey, thanks for playing our song!