Bob Brainen's playlist January 19, 2013 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) Don Brooks / James Bernard "I Hardly Knew The Man" from Torture Garden Monster Movie Music, Vol. 4 (CD-R) 1967 VAR 0:02:03 Pop‑up) Bobby Stagg Older Than Me Mean Business (CD) * 2012 0:07:13 Pop‑up) Doors Wintertime Love Waiting For The Sun (CD) 1968 0:10:24 Pop‑up) Bud Powell Ornithology The Amazing... Volume One (CD) 1951 / 2001 0:13:21 Pop‑up) Frank Loesser Joey Joey Joey The Most Happy Fella (LP) 1956 OST 0:15:06 Pop‑up) Hall & Oates Waterwheel Whole Oats (LP) 1972 0:18:07 Pop‑up) Paper Fortress Sleepy Hollow People (CD-R) 1968 written by Tandyn Almer 0:22:01 Pop‑up) Little Creatures Highschool Lullaby Tribute To Harry Hosono (CD box set) 2007 Thank you Sawako 0:24:51 Pop‑up) Larry Page Orchestra Something Better Beginning Kinky Music (LP) 1965 0:29:04 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
Larry Page Orchestra
From Larry With Love 0:29:18 Pop‑up) NRBQ Now I See Transmissions (CD box set) 1972 / 2004 0:38:48 Pop‑up) NRBQ plus Horns Hornin' In (45) * 2012 see: www.nrbq.com 0:40:25 Pop‑up) Funk Brothers Please Mr. Postman (backing Track) (CD-R) 1961 / ? 0:43:35 Pop‑up) Duke Ellington & Jimmy Blanton Pitter Patter Panther Solos, Duets & Trios (CD) 1940 / 1990 0:46:02 Pop‑up) Duke Ellington Cottontail The Indispensible Duke Ellington Vol. 5/6 (CD box set) 1940 / 1992 0:49:23 Pop‑up) Big Jim Sullivan She's Leaving Home Sitar Beat (CD) 1968 / 2002 0:52:29 Pop‑up) Jack Nitzsche Opium Den The Razor's Edge (MP3) 1984 / 1994 0:55:03 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
Beat Girl 0:58:38 Pop‑up) Cymbals This is what you want, but this is what you get Tom Ardolino's Magic Jukebox 1:08:29 Pop‑up) Terry Wayne School is Out The Clovis Sessions (CD) 1958 / 1984 VAR 1:12:34 Pop‑up) Yo La Tengo Before We Run Fade (CD) * 2013 1:14:26 Pop‑up) Buffalo Springfield On the way Home Last Time Around (CD) 1968 1:20:12 Pop‑up) David Greenberger & Paul Cebar Tomorrow Sound Just Like Knowing They Like Me Around Here (CD) * 2012 1:22:37 Pop‑up) Charming Hostess I'm not Hungry Eat (CD) 1998 1:25:23 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
"frogs and more frogs" @ Joe Bauer's
1:26:52 Pop‑up) Erik Satie Je te Veux Pieces Pour Piano (CD) 1900 / 1985 1:35:25 Pop‑up) Jeff Lynne She Long Wave (CD) 2012 1:40:17 Pop‑up) Today's Pop Symphony Marnie Tom Ardolino's Magic Jukebox 1:42:41 Pop‑up) Stella Stevens & Jason Robards Butterfly Mornin's & Wildflower Afternoons The Ballad Of Cable Hogue (MP3) 1970 1:45:32 Pop‑up) Stealers Wheel Next To Me Stealers Wheel (CD) 1972 1:47:58 Pop‑up) King Crimson Lady of the Dancing water Lizard (CD) 1970 1:51:31 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
"frogs and more frogs" @ Joe Bauer's
(* = new, The marked selections are from the Brainen Archive.)
9:04am Jay/ London:hi Bob Checking in from a cold snowy London Town 9:07am northguineahills:Naked City has a nice album entitled "Torture Garden". 9:22am Brian in UK:I dug out Whole Oats the other week Bob, What a voice that man has. 9:24am misha:Feeling so sleepy...feeling so hollow.... 9:25am Jay/London:hi Brian how you liking the weather 9:29am Mike East:ggood morning and happy Saturday folks 9:35am glenn:the todd rundgren episode on live at darryl's house is the best. 9:39am Jim Duffy:"Ornithology" -- pretty sure that's written on the changes of "How High the Moon." 9:41am Green Mountain Man Mark:Good morning! I am up to hear Bob's show today! Past several weeks I have gotten up to hear either Michael's show or even Rex's to start off the day. 9:45am Brian in UK:Hello jay 'n glenn. Yeah seems to be getting warmer & melting the snow, ready for another fall tonight. 9:48am Green Mountain Man Mark:I am not ready for another fall tonight. Still recovering from that nasty one I took the other night. Did not spill me drink, though. 9:53am Jay/London:think the fall will be Sunday night now Brian not looking forward to Monday .. love cottontail ... can not go wrong with Duke ! 9:55am Jay/London:how you fall over Green Mountain man Mark .... pushed ? 10:01am Green Mountain Man Mark:stumbled on some love. it was head over heels. 10:03am Jay/London:only way to go !!! green mountain man Mark 10:15am Dennis Diken:pretty sure Marvin Gaye is the drummer on "Please Mr. Postman."
he played tubs on some early Motown sessions. great show Bob!
10:19am Karen:Good morning Bob. Am listening with my calico cat Shackleford. She pays close attention when the frogs are chirping! 10:20am Domenic:I'm really enjoying this Yo La Tengo record. Great cut! 10:23am fred:Good morning/afternoon Bob and everybody
Nice picture Jay, I approve your sartorial choice
10:24am Jay/London:nothing like a bit of sartorial fred :) 10:35am Tidepoolbay:Bob As alway thank you. 10:37am rob:zhuh tuh vuhr 10:48am Jason from Huntsville:My wife & I are listening on a lazy Alabama Saturday morning. Beautiful Jeff Lynne song. Thanks. 10:50am Bill W:It was killing me where I knew "Butterfly Mornins" from until Robards' warble came in. 10:50am Green Mountain Man Mark:Hi, Jason. Great beard! 10:53am Jason from Huntsville:Hello, GMMMark. Thank you. 10:56am Green Mountain Man Mark:I am now sporting short hair and big beard. Used to have long hair and big beard. 10:56am glenn:hey , zztop is here ^^ 10:58am luca:yes, means "i want you" 10:58am Green Mountain Man Mark:the drummer for zztop who does not have a beard. His last name ironically, is Beard. If you didn't know. 11:00am Jason from Huntsville:GMMMark: I don't have the patience to grow my hair long anymore, so I support you in this movement. 6:49am dave heasman:Long Wave, huh? That's the AM band with wavelength between 1000 and 2000 metres. In the UK that AM band was the almost exclusive province of French-language stations, which we at school in the extreme East of the country could pick up quite well in the early-mid 60s. And this was a very goodthing, because while in England the BBC was playing largely brass band music & Ibsen plays, Europe 1 had an after-school music show called "Salut Les Copains" which played, along with local stuff, US R & B which wasn't even released in England, let alone played on the radio. And every weekday evening "Pour ceux qui aiment le jazz". I'm not sure how well Jeff Lynne could have heard this stuff in Birmingham, though.