Bob Brainen's playlist April 14, 2012 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) Family Burlesque Bandstand (CD) * 1972 latest reish.
Thanks to Pat O'Con
0:02:05 Pop‑up) Sedition Ensemble Inside/Outside Regeneration Report (CD) * 1980 / 2012 0:05:28 Pop‑up) Fred Neil Please Send Me Someone To Love The Many Sides of... (CD box set) 1968 / 1998 0:09:37 Pop‑up) Frankie Trumbauer & His Orchestra w/ Bix & Lang Singin' the Blues Masters Of Jazz (CD) 1927 / 1996 VAR 0:13:19 Pop‑up) Dr. John Big Shot Locked Down (CD) * 2012 0:15:56 Pop‑up) Impossible Shapes Bombs Horus (CD) 2006 0:19:44 Pop‑up) The Band Ruben Remus The Basement Tapes (LP box set) 1967 / 1975 0:22:38 Pop‑up) Prelude After the Goldrush After the Goldrush (LP) 1974 0:25:53 Pop‑up) Gene Clark With Tomorrow White Light (CD) * 1971 / 2011 0:28:17 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
Plays The Hits 0:28:34 Pop‑up)
Some songs for Record Store Day (4-21-12)
Socky & Jamie w/ The Spampinato Brothers (If you wanna) Borrow my records Bubbles In The Think Tank: The Petite 7" Record (MP3) 2012 VAR 0:40:08 Pop‑up) David Greenberger & Birdsongs of the Mesozoic How Records Are Made Bubbles In The Think Tank: The Petite 7" Record (MP3) * 2012 0:41:09 Pop‑up) Buck Owens & The Buckaroos I've Got A Tiger By The Tail (7") 1968 / 2012 Acetate and Coloring book 0:45:38 Pop‑up) Daniels-Deason Sacred Harp Singers Hallelujah Religion Is A Fortune: Sacred Harp Singing (CD) 1928 / 2004 0:46:21 Pop‑up) NRBQ Snowfall We Travel The Spaceways (CD) * 2012 Brand new disc: www.nrbq.com 0:48:34 Pop‑up) Giles Giles & Fripp (w/ McDonald & Dyble) Under the Sky The Brondesbury Tapes (CD) 1968 / 2002 0:53:16 Pop‑up) Grandpa Banana I'll Do Anything But Work I'll Do Anything For You (CD) 2009 0:56:03 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
Soul Pride (The Instrumentals 1960-1969) 0:57:41 Pop‑up) NRBQ The One And Only We Travel The Spaceways (CD) 2012 NRBQ @ The Brooklyn Bowl Tonight! 1:09:58 Pop‑up) Langston Hughes w/ Leonard Feather Sextet Blues Montage Weary Blues (CD) 1958 / 1990 1:14:01 Pop‑up) Booker Little w/ Eric Dolphy Moods in Free Time (Alt. take- #5)) Out Front (CD) 1961 1:19:48 Pop‑up) The Bird and The Bee I'm a Broken Heart The Bird and The Bee (CD) 2007 1:22:44 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
"frogs and more frogs" @ Joe Bauer's
1:27:08 Pop‑up) Langston Hughes w/Horace Parlan Quintet Consider Me / Warning: Augmented Weary Blues (CD) 1958 / 1990 actual band leader: Charles Mingus 1:35:32 Pop‑up) Sonny Stitt Fool's Fancy (aka Wail) New Trends Of Jazz Vol. 8 (EP) 1946 4 song 7" 1:38:10 Pop‑up) dBs Picture Sleeve (45) 2011 (I forgot to play this earlier...) Issued for Rec Store Day 2011 1:41:01 Pop‑up) Sandals Tell us Dylan Highs In The Mid 60's, Vol. Two: L.A. '66 Riot On Sunset Strip (CD) 1966 VAR 1:44:42 Pop‑up) Pete Donnelly When You Come Home When You Come Home (CD) * 2011 Tommy Ardolino-drums 1:47:29 Pop‑up) Little Stevie Wonder Fingertips The Jazz Soul Of... (LP) 1962 1:50:57 Pop‑up) Branislau Kaper "Main Title & Lost Girl" from Them! Monstrous Movie Music, Volume One (CD) 1954 1:54:04 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
Monstrous Movie Music, Volume One 1:56:47 Pop‑up)
(* = new, The marked selections are from the Brainen Archive.)
9:14am Todd in Miami:Mornin', Bob. Freddie Neil, one of my Miami's finest. I know people who would hang with him in Coconut Grove in the '60s. 9:21am SmokinJ:Mornin' bb & all.. Another lovely spring day to enjoy! :) 9:25am Mike East:Danko definitely my favorite singer in the Band. Good morning everyone. 9:25am Philo Gristle:Morning from the midwest. Show goes well with the low rumblin thunder over here. 9:31am annie:this morning's radio has been sublime, really really great first jeff and now this.. i'm near tears for joy! 9:38am non-smoker Jay:How funny - I had just gotten a hankering to hear Ruben Remus a couple of days ago. Thanks! 9:50am SmokinJ:sweeeet... 9:52am Billy "Smokin' J's" Jam:Tuning in now to the legendary Bob Brainen - morning all inc. Annie and Mike East 9:55am Mike East:Caught the second half of the show last night, Billy Jam. Great stuff! 9:58am Billy "Smokin' J's" Jam:thanks Mike East - next week will be doing an extended 2 hour show - filling in for Andy + Frangry in addition to my slot - On another BB related note one of my fave all time albums is McDonald & Giles and fave song on it is "Tomorrow's People" - still have the record and in good condition 10:00am annie:hey mr jam!.. i'll be sure to catch that show! 10:04am Mike East:Excellent! You'll have some room to stretch out 10:08am john:Technodelic is the best YMO album!!! 10:08am Mike East:I believe there's one in Fairfield that participates in record store day on Rt. 46. Sound Exchange by me on Rt. 23 doesn't do anything special. I found a bookstore in Montclair a few weeks ago that has some pretty good vinyl. 10:09am Billy "Smokin' J's" Jam:yes Mike. Hi Annie - hope U R well. HEY - BB not sure of NJ record stores - just NY and Cail ones - but for YMO newbie have them listen to YouTube medley of their work here http://youtu.be/ZlaR6uv0WFY 10:12am annie:hey billy, btw: you recall a few years ago dead prez was going to release an album? my son made a video of 'lights out"? well, they decided to shelve the whole thing, 'tis pity.. 10:12am john:i don't think i have heard another 2 song sequence better than "Stairs" leading into "Seoul Music" off YMO's Technodelic.. so perfect 10:25am Billy "Smokin' J's" Jam:at Annie - I do recall that - and that is a pity indeed - oh well 10:39am annie:is it just me, or is the signal cutting out? 10:43am Mike East:Sounds fine over here. 10:43am Billy "Smokin' J's" Jam:working here 10:44am annie:yeah, my winamp kept buffering and timing out.. it seems fine now 10:45am Connie T. Empress:Mine too: went to old fashioned tuner which works great out here in West Orange NJ but still not in Hoboken 10:45am green dragoon:I am in Morris County and the listening on my clock radio. loud and clear 10:46am green dragoon:kinda is good music for clock radio too 10:48am paul in FL:I listen to M. Shelley on the iphone sometimes. Just like hearing all those old songs on a transistor radio again. 10:48am Mike East:I've had the same clock radio for about 20 years. My first FM radio/tape player. 10:49am green dragoon:mine is a five dollar garage sale job ... got a couple back ups too 10:49am Mike East:Great show this morning, Bob. You've made the morning all but disappear. 10:50am annie:i've got a 40-year-old magnavox with the flipper numbers, still works like a charm... 10:50am Philo Gristle:Great set coming in loud and clear through a streaming radio with a clock! 10:52am green dragoon:picked up a probably 40 year Sony transitor radio at a recent garage sale ... works perfectly ... ludite or not it works for me 10:53am kat330:Yes, echoing what Annie wrote way up above, the Jeffrey Davison sets followed by Brainen's have been a morning's aural delight. And then next, Lowe and behold! Thanks WFMU. :) 10:53am Mike East:awesome, annie. Like Groundhog Day. I remember being amazed at my grandmother's when I was a kid. 10:54am annie:omg, what a find, GD. amazing technology for its time, too mike.. 10:55am green dragoon:Lud·dite /ˈlʌdaɪt/ Show Spelled[luhd-ahyt] Show IPA
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10:56am Mike East:Ok, time to mow the lawn. Been a pleasure hanging with you folks this morning. 10:56am Philo Gristle:Attack of the Giant Ants! 10:58am Philo Gristle:Someone oughta mix this with Van Morrison vox. 11:04am green dragoon:this is like 1978 in my uncle Dodge Duster in dead stop traffic on the Garden State Parkway going 'down the shore' 8:51pm Eugene Bentley:Hey Bob! Prelude's version of N. Young's 'After the Goldrush' was the first ever version I ever heard of this song. They were kind of a fairport Convention-ish group. The US version of their debut album didn't do them justice. I'll have to listen to Young's version again--I thought he was saying 1917 also. 8:58pm Eugene Bentley:It was Roy Clark with Buck Owens on Hee Haw. 5:55pm Bix Gomez:Ahh, Vintage Vinyl! Now that makes me homesick for NJ. Anyone remember Platter Puss?