Bob Brainen's playlist April 28, 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) The Band It Makes No Difference Northern Lights - Southern Cross (CD) 1975 0:01:39 Pop‑up) Alexander Desplat Children's Games The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button (CD box set) 2008 OST 0:08:08 Pop‑up) Fred Neil I've Got a Secret (Didn't We Shake Sugaree) The Many Sides of... (CD box set) 1967 / 1998 0:12:21 Pop‑up) Booker Little Victory and Sorrow Booker Little and Friend (CD) 1961 0:16:56 Pop‑up) NRBQ Bye Ya We Travel The Spaceways (CD) * 2012 See: www.nrbq.com 0:22:50 Pop‑up) Field Music Sorry Again, Mate Plumb (CD) * 2012 0:27:21 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
Soul Pride (The Instrumentals 1960-1969) 0:28:17 Pop‑up) The Band Book Faded Brown Jubilation (CD) 1998 0:39:45 Pop‑up) Charlie Haden & Hank Jones Come Sunday Come Sunday (CD) * 2012 0:43:47 Pop‑up) Dexter Gordon Index (EP) 1947 4 song 7" 0:47:22 Pop‑up) Leroy Anderson Jazz Pizzicato Blue Tango: Symphonic Pops (CD) ? / 1990 0:51:06 Pop‑up) P.J. O'Connell Blindsided Join the Crowd (CD) 2011 0:52:57 Pop‑up) Nolan Strong & the Diablos Do you Remember what you Did Fortune of Hits (LP) 1955 0:56:45 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
Claus Ogerman and His Orchestra
Latin Rock 0:58:37 Pop‑up) Dr. John Locked Down Locked Down (CD) * 2012 1:09:20 Pop‑up) Harry "The Crown" Hosono Black Peanuts Bon Voyage Co. (CD) * 2012 1:14:41 Pop‑up) Mary Halvorson Quintet That Old Sound (No. 27) Bending Bridges (CD) * 2012 1:19:26 Pop‑up) Freddie Scott Hey Girl Love Power (CD) 1963 / 1994 VAR 1:22:20 Pop‑up) Faith Taylor & The Sweet-Teens Your Candy Kisses The Queens Of King: The King Girl Groups (CD) 1958 / 2002 VAR 1:25:01 Pop‑up) Dave "Baby" Cortez Count Down Love Power (CD) 1966 / 1994 1:27:47 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
"frogs and more frogs" @ Joe Bauer's
1:53:48 Pop‑up) Stevie Wonder Monkey Talk Workout Stevie Workout (CD) 1963 "shelved album" 1:37:54 Pop‑up) Pete Donnelly Can't Talk at All When You Come Home (CD) * 2012 see: petedonnellymusic.com 1:40:25 Pop‑up) David Greenberger With Jupiter Circle Chicken Feed Never Give Up Study * 2011 1:44:11 Pop‑up) McDonald and Giles Is She Waiting? McDonald and Giles (CD) 1970 1:48:35 Pop‑up) Manfred Mann Funniest Gig Chapter Two: The Best of the Fontana Years (CD) 1967 / 1994 1:51:15 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
"frogs and more frogs" @ Joe Bauer's
1:54:00 Pop‑up) Chico Hamilton Quintet w/ Eric Dolphy Speak Low With Strings (CD) 1959 / 2007 1:57:52 Pop‑up)
(* = new, The marked selections are from the Brainen Archive.)
9:13am Mike East:Just finished watching "Space Children" from 1958. Good morning, Bob. 9:18am cglenn:nice to wake up to you as usual Bob.. 9:31am other david:Perfect music for Saturday morning or afternoon.
Enjoying this a lot, Bob.
9:47am Bob B:Did you go to a store on Record Store Day?
What did you buy?
10:03am Mike East:Generation Records - Spacemen 3- "Transparent Radiation", and 2 Firesign Theatre Records - "Don't Crush That Dwarf Hand Me The Pliers" and "Waiting For the Electrician or Someone Like Him" which is "their first appearance on Vinyl" and the only album that its spelled "TheatER" 10:07am erella:Hello Bob, Nice to hear a little shout out about my Pal, Richard Henderson. I know he enjoys your show. I like this. 10:13am leshwatt:greetings from ohio 10:26am clarke:just checkin' in, briefly - gotta head out, but enjoyed the part of the show i listened to!! records on RSD: Pete Townshend "Quad Demos" 10-inch, Petite 7-inch, Robert Pollard "Mouseman Cloud" (really good!), Richard Thompson "Live, More Or Less" (used - amazing!), Joe Tex "Live" (used), and a handful of maxell blank cassettes - at Booksmith/Musicsmith in Orleans, MA (okay, gave away my secret source, there). 10:28am Mike East:clean 'em out, clarke! Those blank cassettes are gold! 10:29am tomB:This, my 3rd yr, as usual waiting till noon to miss the lines, I began w RebelRebel, Bleecker, & Generation, where I spoke w Joe Belock waiting to DJ. Discovered a buzz-in shop on Jones, already o/o RSD stock on RSD. The mid-day Vinyl Appreciation Meet-up offerred previews & warnings about long lines at Other, which 2.5 hrs later was still too long. Ran into Kurt G at the shop a block below Other. The shop next to Kim's passed rumors that Norman's was moving to Wmsburg this summer &that Rocket Science would be closing at end of the month. The latter was o/o RSD stock when I'd passed by enroute to Kim's and looked a bit sparse as well. Academy was great &then another party.
I saved J&R for Monday afternoon
10:30am Todd in Miami:Crazy Rhythms! I also picked up some of those jazz '45s that Joe got from some warehouse in Newark -- he said they would've tossed them in the garbage. And they were 25 cents each, I was amazed when I saw them in the racks. Got one Dexter and two Stitts in the "New Trends in Jazz" picture sleeves, also three by Bird (also Savoy) and a Diz on dee gee. I worked a few blocks away at The Aquarian Weekly back in 79-80, so Crazy Rhythms took a nice bite oout of my paycheck. 10:45am Hugh:'Morning Bob,
Been listening, all morning, Just got to the keyboard--Leroy Anderson--perfect sound of a generation, when almost everyone knew the tunes. Even the kids & the parents could, at least tolerate these clever arrangments. I played in the school band, sax, & we played every Anderson tune published. Always tugs at the memories. One never hears these gems, except when you play 'em!
10:51am leshwatt:Dig that Pete Donnelly