Bob Brainen's playlist July 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) Walter Schumann Part One "excerpt 1" of The Night Of The Hunter The Lost Weekend / The Night of the Hunter* (CD) 1955 / 2006 2 OSTs
*Narrated by director Charles Laughton.
0:02:19 Pop‑up) Weekend Midnight Slows (45) 1982 0:05:16 Pop‑up) Chico Hamilton Quintet w/Eric Dolphy In a Sentinental Mood The Ellington Suite (CD) 1958 / 2000 0:07:15 Pop‑up) Cat Mother And The All Night News Boys How I Spent my Summer The Street Giveth and the Street Taketh Away (LP) 1969 0:16:27 Pop‑up) Wendo Kolosoy Bokilo African Popular Music (CD) 1950 / 2004 VAR 0:17:17 Pop‑up) Procol Harum Good Captain Clack (45) 1967 0:20:01 Pop‑up) Ornette Coleman & Prime Time Street Blues Tone Dialing (CD) 1995 0:22:14 Pop‑up) Charles Wright & The Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band Express Yourself Express Yourself: The Best of Charles Wright & the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band (CD) 1971 / 1993 0:26:39 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
Soul Pride (The Instrumentals 1960-1969) 0:28:01 Pop‑up)
3 Beautiful falsetto Vocals
Coastliners I See Me (45) 1966 Larry Sanders-falsetto vocal 0:41:04 Pop‑up) Rockin' Berries He's in Town The Best Of... (CD) 1965 / 1994 Jeff Turton-falsetto vocal 0:43:48 Pop‑up) Beach Boys Kiss Me Baby The Beach Boys Today! (CD) 1965 /1990 BW-falsetto, of course, but listen to how good Mike sounds too! 0:46:18 Pop‑up) Fifth Dimension Carpet Man The Magic Garden (LP) 1967 0:48:51 Pop‑up) Archie Shepp Back Back Kwanza (LP) 1969 / 1974 0:51:05 Pop‑up) Kinks Better Things Give The People What They Want (LP) 1981 / 1999 0:57:50 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
"Bob Brainen's Soul 'n RnB Instro cassette" 1:01:32 Pop‑up)
Piano Red, NRBQ and Little Richard
Piano Red Jump Man Jump Still Groove Jumpin' (LP) 1950 /1987 1:10:25 Pop‑up) NRBQ Jump Man Jump You Gotta Be Loose (CD) 1998 1:11:48 Pop‑up) Piano Red Rockin' With Red Still Groove Jumpin' (LP) 1950 /1987 1:15:58 Pop‑up) NRBQ She Knows how to Rock We Travel The Spaceways (CD) * 2012 aka Rockin' with Red 1:18:35 Pop‑up) NRBQ Red's Piano Keep This Love Goin' (CD) 2011 1:21:28 Pop‑up) Piano Red (Right String Baby but) The Wrong Yoyo Diggin' The Boogie 1950-1956 (CD) 1950 / 2007 1:24:19 Pop‑up) Little Richard She Knows How to Rock Volume 2 (CD) 1957 / 1996 1:26:50 Pop‑up) Piano Red w/ NRBQ Do She Love Me (CD-R) 1973 Live at The Rusty Nail 12-73
Thanks to Terry Adams. To hear other rarities Terry brought down to FMU, check out this show:
1:29:14 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
"frogs and more frogs" @ Joe Bauer's
1:29:30 Pop‑up) Moby Grape Fall on You Vintage: The Very Best of... (CD box set) 1967 / 1993 Check out this amazing family tree: http://www.chickenonaunicycle.com/Moby%20Grape.htm 1:38:36 Pop‑up) Pete Donnelly When You Come Home When You Come Home (CD) * 2012 out on cd and vinyl 1:40:28 Pop‑up) Roland Kirk Spirits Up Above Volunteered Slavery (CD) 1969 / 1993 1:43:18 Pop‑up) Aaron Copland "Prologue" from Music For The Theatre Bernstein Conducts Copland (LP) 1925 / 1:46:54 Pop‑up) David Greenberger With Jupiter Circle No Funny Business at Roseland Never Give Up Study (CD) * 2011 Thanks DG, correction noted. 1:52:47 Pop‑up) Brent Cash Good Morning Sunshine How Will I Know If I'm Awake (CD) 2008 1:54:50 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
"frogs and more frogs" @ Joe Bauer's
(* = new, The marked selections are from the Brainen Archive.)
9:01am duke:good morning bob 9:08am doca:morning you all, great way to start a saturday. 9:20am Mike East:Hey, I'm back. Good morning! 9:22am Mike East:I heard on 105.7 The Hawk, when I was down the shore, that Procul Harum is opening up for Yes. 9:25am Jack:Bob, wasn't that first Cat Mother album produced by Jimi Hendrix? 9:47am miketp:taking a peek n a listen good morning. would love to ssee the HARUM. BEEN a long timehere was a triple bill i seen way back. yes opens then comes king crimson then comes procol harum 71 thanksgiving nyc. faded memories but the music is still front n center thanks to bob n company time 4 some oatmeal n you tube DAVID WILCOCK hes a scientist. amazing stuff 9:50am Mike East:MSG, miketp? Sounds great. 9:53am Jack:The Fillmore East. My friends went to that show, i couldn't go so my buddy's father went in my place. ( later he said he liked King Crimson)
I missed a good one.
9:55am miketp:no mike ACADAMY OF MUSIC about 3000 fans 9:58am Mike East:awesome. Ida been there if I'd been alive :) 9:58am Roberto:No need for better things when there's WFMU! 9:59am miketp:and jack the fillmore was a great place seen tail end of shows there. elton john tull elp 10 yrs after humble pie j geils wichbone ash almanbros, j winter rick derringer. then they closed n the CAPITOL TH opens in passaic nj lucky us 10:00am miketp:fmu and wkcr have defined my listening spirit. 10:05am Jack:@miketp; sorry, ancient mixed up memories. I saw many shows at the Fillmore during that period '69-71'. also the acadamy and the capitol (portchester). I was at the J. Winter/Derringer, Allmans (and Elvin Bishop!) show; I was the drunk guy yelling for the Allmans to get off. 10:10am miketp:@jack i was there for the allmans n fillmore show really loved jwinters drummer bobby caldwell he drummed with cap beyond so many shows all we needed was 5 or ten bucks a bone or 2 n we were good. 10:12am David from NJ in ATL:NRBQ covering the Kinks? Doesn't get much better than that. Thanks for the report, Bob. 10:13am James in ATL:I have memories as a kid of seeing Piano Red playing at Underground Atlanta in the late 60's. He was quite a site to see. 10:14am David from NJ in ATL:Forgot about this nugget! Well done. 10:15am Jack:miketp: amen brother! I walked into the Fillmore with a grocery bag with 4 bottles of wine (and many joints); nobody even looked twice. 5 or 10 bucks?! Try $3.50 for the cheap seats! a lot of great music there. 10:21am bruce:I was mourning the end of NRBQ but this new formulation is rockin" 10:24am David from NJ in ATL:Thanks for this set, Bob. 10:26am Mike East:Free show at South Street Seaport today - 4 knots festival (formerly Siren Fest) 10:27am James in ATL:NRBQ played a Piano Red Tribute at Smiths Olde Bar in Atlanta on 8/12/2010 and it was a fabulous night. There are youtube vids like this one out there: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jKsWHqbZJOs 10:39am Mike East:GREAT show this morning, Bob.
Anyone know how many Ibuprofen is too many to take at once? I'd like to take just under that.
10:39am mrmucho:the bass on this moby grape track is killer 10:41am Jack:@mike east: take them with some food, not on an empty stomach. I've taken 4 at a time (200mg) with no problem. 10:42am Honey Water:Hi, Bob and all! Been listening well before I got to the playlist here. Mike, I don't know the answer to your question, but here are some healing vibes I'm sending Eastward }}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}
Hope they help! :)
10:42am Mike East:ah cool, I just ate. I'm goin' for five. I'll comment here just before I call 911 if it comes to that :) Having some serious back/neck pains. 10:42am Jack:not too clear: I've taken 4 200mg at one time with no problem 10:42am Honey Water:And I'll echo what so many others have already said -- it's been a great morning listen, Bob. Thanks! 10:45am Mike East:Thanks for the vibes Honey Water, feeling better already. The music helps, too...being at work on a Saturday, does not. 10:55am Philo Gristle:Looks like I missed a great show! Moby Grape, Night of the Hunter.... ah well, there's always the archives. 10:57am Honey Water:Speaking of sunshine, whenever I see photos of the sun's plasma and solar photosphere, they seem to be sunflower paintings by Van Gogh. Case in point: http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/image/1207/AR1520_071112friedman.jpg 10:58am Honey Water:Have a good Saturday all, and sure hope it's pain-free for you, Mike! 10:58am Doctor Feelgood:Ipuprofen in excess of 2,000 mg per day requires physician's supervision, do not combine with other NSAIDs and limit/cease alcohol for your liver and stomach lining 10:59am tomB:overslept & missed He's in Town, Kiss Me Baby, Cpt. Clack, Cat Mother! No fair, my computer lost it's audio capacity. Archives are useless! 11:02am Mike East:Thanks, Doctor. 11:02am Mike East:Thanks, HW 10:53am DAvid Greenberger:The track of mine with Jupiter Circle is actually "No Funny Business at Roseland" which is the second-to-last number on the CD, right before "Shiny Bright". Works perfectly there in your program, thank you.