Bob Brainen's playlist April 21, 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) Jo Stafford Black Is the Color Sings American Folk Songs (CD) 1950 / 1993 0:01:59 Pop‑up) Alexander Desplat Postcards The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button (CD box set) 2008 OST 0:06:45 Pop‑up) Walker Brothers The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore Anthology (CD) * 1966 / 1995 0:08:02 Pop‑up) Augustin Martinez Solares "Spanish Spacewench Seductress Song" from Blue Demon Contra Las Invasoras Monster Movie Music, Vol 2 (CD-R) 1969 VAR 0:11:58 Pop‑up) Ray Charles I'll do anything for You (But Work) (MP3) 1950 0:13:19 Pop‑up) Hambone Kids w/ Red Saunders Orchestra Piece of Puddin' (CD-R) 1952 Thanks to Keith Spring 0:16:07 Pop‑up) Socky & Jamie w/ The Spampinato Brothers (If you wanna) Borrow my Records The Petite 7" Record (MP3) 2012 VAR
It's Record Store Day!
0:17:53 Pop‑up) dBs Write Back (45) 2011 Issued for Record Store Day 2011 0:19:23 Pop‑up) Charles Mingus w/ Eric Dolphy Hora DeCubitis Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus (CD) 1963 / 1995 Happy Birthday! [He would have turned 90 tomorrow.] 0:24:15 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
The Baroque Inevitable 0:24:38 Pop‑up) Charles Mingus w/ Roland Kirk Wham Bam Thank You Mam The Complete Atlantic Recordings 1956-1961 (Boxed set) 1961 / 1997 0:41:53 Pop‑up) Mahalia Jackson I Will Move on Up a Little Higher Gospel Queen 1947 / 2008 0:45:41 Pop‑up) NRBQ Here I Am We Travel The Spaceways (CD) * 2011 Brand new live disc
0:48:05 Pop‑up) Seals & Crofts "throat singing" / Not be Found Seals & Crofts (LP) 1969 1st album 0:50:51 Pop‑up) Andrew Bird Belles Break It Yourself (CD) * 2011 0:54:32 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
Memphis Black (Ingfried Hoffman)
Soul Club 0:55:58 Pop‑up) The Band (w/o Bob) Ain't no more Cane Bob Dylan And The Band: The Basement Tapes (LP box set) 1967 / 1975 R.I.P. Levon Helm 1:11:04 Pop‑up) Shirley and Dolly Collins The Blacksmith Courted Me For As Many As Will (CD) 1978 / 20089 1:15:14 Pop‑up) Frederick Delius Aquarelle #1 [from Cello Sonata] Works (CD) 1916 / 1:18:14 Pop‑up) Charlie Haden & Hank Jones Give Me That Old Time Religion Come Sunday (CD) * 2012 Thanks to FXO 1:21:47 Pop‑up) The Band Strawberry Wine Stagefright (LP) 1970 sung & co-writ by Levon 1:24:22 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
"frogs and more frogs" @ Joe Bauer's
1:26:44 Pop‑up) Family Coronation Bandstand (CD) 1971 1:34:23 Pop‑up) Pete Donnelly The Keeping When You Come Home (CD) * 2011 see: petedonnellymusic.com 1:40:30 Pop‑up) Fats Navarro Ice Freezes Red (EP) 1947 4 song 7" 1:43:40 Pop‑up) Marzette Watts Joudpou The Marzette Watts Ensemble (LP) 1969 1:45:18 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
"frogs and more frogs" @ Joe Bauer's
1:47:11 Pop‑up) Peter & Gordon If I were You The Best Of... (CD) 1964 / 1991 1:54:27 Pop‑up)
(* = new, The marked selections are from the Brainen Archive.)
9:13am Steve:Isn't "The Nightingale" on that Jo Stafford album? A song which served as a melodic template for Dylan's "With God On Our Side" 9:27am Destroit:Write back, great track. 9:40am whattawino:The TV show w/Sandy Becker was Wonderama...I learned of
Hambone there too!
10:03am suea:lenny kaye will be in strousdburg pa today. Main Street Jukebox. The store burned down around 6 years ago and was reborn. amazing that it was possible. 10:06am Doug Schulkind:Hi Bob,
I'll be gamboling over to Jerry's Records (http://www.jerrysrecords.com/) here in Pittsburgh. Miraculously, I live only two blocks away. Jerry's is still fiercely vinyl only. In fact, one large segment of the place is devoted to 78s and another to turntable repair.
10:06am e. p. dowd:Mystery Train in Amherst, MA; Turn It Up! in Northampton, MA; Instant Karma in Orleans, MA 10:07am Wendy del Formaggio:To celebrate Record Store Day, I'm going to In The Moment Records and Turn It Up! in Brattleboro, Vermont. Look for me, I'm wearing my "Escuche!" FMU shirt. :-) 10:08am Wendy del Formaggio:e.p. - I haven't been to Mystery Train since I moved back. So glad it's still there! 10:12am mrmucho:even though I'm not going to either today, I'll rep for Flip Side Records in Pompton Lakes, NJ and also Infinity Records in Massapequa Park, NY. 10:14am Hugh Curtis:Bob, good morning,
I saw THE very first Sandy Becker show,---Wonderama--1st host, on Dumont Broadcasting, ch. 5. Loved him ever since.
10:14am Mike East:Hey mrmucho - I'm in Pompton Plains, across the highway. Haven't heard of Flip Side. Where's it at? 10:16am mrmucho:the Flip Side is on Wanaque Ave, towards the north side of town. It's mostly used vinyl. 10:17am scott:Sandy Becker hosted Wonderama briefly in the mid-'50s, but he's better remembered for his own show. The two long-term Wonderama hosts were Sonny Fox, who hosted for much of the '60s, and Bob McAllister, who replaced him in 1967 and hosted until the show ended in the mid-'70s 10:18am Dave in PA:The Blacksmith! 10:21am Lucas:So beautiful 10:24am Mike East:nice! that's mostly what I buy...usually at Sound Exchange on 23, but their aisles are really narrow, and the records are on the floor underneath the cd racks. It kills the knees! 10:26am whattawino:Vinyl Revolution in Monteray, CA is THE best and Bob Gamber is THE man! Go check 'em out today! 10:29am mrmucho:you'll do a bit of flexing at Flip Side too since it's a small store, but its prices and stock destroy Sound Exchange. It's not even close. 10:31am Mike East:cool. Thanks so much for the tip. I'll definitely be checking it out. Gonna try to head to Generation Records in the city today. Some FMU djs spinning this afternoon. 10:39am Malcolm:Love this show! 10:39am rick:record den - Teaneck NJ 70's
Ave. J - Brooklyn 60"s
10:41am briania:Nice Family track. 10:47am lori gb:yes! vinyl revolution in monterey, ca...the shop has been there for almost 20 years. if you're in the monterey bay area be sure to stop in, you'll be glad you did! 10:51am susan:There are two more jems: Jack's Music in Red Bank & Hold Fast in Asbury Park!!!! 10:53am Marc Grobman:Greetings Bob, brilliant segway from rock into hard bop! Enjoying your show. Hope to see you at the FMU record fair or the Record Riot show in Brooklyn tomorrow. ATB, old comrade, Marc 7:59pm Eugene Bentley:Hey Bob! A record store from the midwest ZZZ's records in Des Moines. I live on Brattleboro ave in the city.