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Grand pianos in the surf, singing frogs, hyphenated psych, outtakes, live collaging, twangy drone, old folk, and ephemeral pop.

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Rod McKuen  The Beautiful Strangers   Options The Beautiful Strangers  Warner Brothers    0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Henry III  With A Girl Like You   Options Trojan Rocksteady Rarities  Trojan  Reg Presley, 1941-2013.  0:01:23 (Pop-up)
The Shaggs  Yesterday Once More   Options The Shaggs  Rev-Ola  Karen Carpenter, 1950-1983.  0:04:15 (Pop-up)
Bridget St. John  Song To Keep You Company   Options Top Gear & Singles, 1969-1973  (no label)    0:07:41 (Pop-up)
Lee Ranaldo  Rats (demo)   Options   (no label)  happy birthday, Lee.  0:10:29 (Pop-up)
The Psychedelic Schafferson Jetplane  Blessings From the Reptiles   Options The Psychedelic Schafferson Jetplane  Pastabase    0:14:41 (Pop-up)
The Holydrug Couple  Counting Sailboats   Options Noctuary  Sacred Bones    0:17:32 (Pop-up)
13th Floor Elevators  Slip Inside This House   Options Easter Everywhere  International Artists    0:28:51 (Pop-up)
Les Intrigantes  La Justice   Options   A1    0:36:43 (Pop-up)
Savages  Husbands   Options   Pop Noire    0:39:08 (Pop-up)
Reykjavictim  Mediocre Superstar   Options 冰岛  (no label)    0:41:56 (Pop-up)
Arklight  Silver Tongue   Options The Beginners  Teflon Beast    0:47:17 (Pop-up)
Matt Mottel  Rotten Lovers   Options   (no label)    0:48:48 (Pop-up)
Zs  ZSCORE REMIX 1 (by Shinji Masuko)   Options   Northern-Spy    0:57:02 (Pop-up)
Lena Circus / Chie Mukai / Cam Deas  Part 2   Options Lena Circus / Chie Mukai / Cam Deas  Pleasant Screams / Phono Select    1:00:28 (Pop-up)
Erik Satie  (multiple pieces)   Options       1:12:41 (Pop-up)
Damian Valles  Temporal   Options       1:13:24 (Pop-up)
some dude  singing along to Scary Monsters And Nice Sprites By Skrillex   Options   (no label)    1:17:18 (Pop-up)
Blake Carrington  Not York-Standing Waves   Options Cathedral Scan  Dragon's Eye    1:20:42 (Pop-up)
Orchestra of the Upper Atmosphere  Anti-Crepuscular Rays   Options Orchestra of the Upper Atmosphere  Discus  plus, "ReRebong" by Neil B. Rolnick, performed by members of Gamelan Son of Lion, from "Macedonian AirDrumming" (Bridge)  1:28:37 (Pop-up)
Arthur Crumlish & Alberto Bourdeth  Nosferatou   Options   (no label)    1:36:09 (Pop-up)
The Beach Boys  Carl & the Passions Radio Promo   Options Endless Bummer: The Very Worst of the Beach Boys  (no label)    1:39:00 (Pop-up)
Television  Glory   Options Adventure  Elektra    1:39:54 (Pop-up)
Styrenes  Drano In Your Veins   Options Essential Styrenes Volume 1 1975-1979  Mustard    1:52:18 (Pop-up)
The Screamin' Mee-Mees  Struckout   Options Live From the Basement, 1975-1997  Gulcher    1:54:43 (Pop-up)
Wicked Lester  Here Comes My Girlfriend   Options You Are Doomed  Numero Group    1:56:42 (Pop-up)
Connections  On Your Mind   Options Private Airplane  Anyway    2:02:03 (Pop-up)
Montero  My World Fell Down   Options Nuggets: Antipodean Interpolations of the First Psychedelic Era  Warner Music Australia    2:04:15 (Pop-up)
Jessica Bailiff  Sanguine   Options At The Down-Turned Jagged Rim Of The Sky  Kranky    2:08:26 (Pop-up)
Matthew Van Brink  White Those That Stayed Still (World Youth Choir)   Options   (no label)    2:16:43 (Pop-up)
Robert Turman  Reflux   Options Beyond Painting  Actual Tapes    2:20:45 (Pop-up)
Butch Morris  Nowhere Everafter music box   Options   (no label)    2:28:06 (Pop-up)
Eric Richards  Finalbells (2002 - 2004)   Options The Bells Themselves  New World    2:29:08 (Pop-up)
Pantha Du Prince & The Bell Laboratory  Wave   Options Elements of Light  Rough Trade  plus 3-second loop of Grateful Dead, 10 September 1974, Alexandra Palace, London UK  2:30:28 (Pop-up)
Lonnie Holley  Earthly Things   Options Just Before Music  Dust-To-Digital    2:37:18 (Pop-up)
Yadana Myit  Perfumed Forest part 1   Options The Crying Princess: 78 Rpm Records from Burma  Sublime Frequencies    2:43:01 (Pop-up)
Ada Garcia  En Brazos de Otro Hombre   Options Tejano Roots: San Antonio's Conjuntos in the 1950s  Arhoolie    2:45:56 (Pop-up)
Valerio Longoria y su Conjunto  Noche De Amores   Options Taquachito Nights: Conjunto Music From South Texas  Smithsonian Folkways    2:48:08 (Pop-up)
Mississippi Sheiks  Winter Time Blues   Options Volume 1  Third Man    2:51:47 (Pop-up)
Beck  Hollow Log   Options One Foot In the Grave  K    2:55:33 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

Avatar 3:08am kim (germland):

good morning jesse
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:09am jj.:

top of the evening to you, kim.
Avatar 3:11am Yair Yona:

Good morning everyone
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:15am jj.:

hey yair! howdoin'?
Avatar 3:18am Yair Yona:

A bit under the weather but overall fine, hope you're well. I heard it's cold in Jersey right now
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:20am jj.:

yar, it's a bit nippy here. s'pposed to start snowing by the time i'm done with my shift, even.
  3:49am bryan:

Damn. Loved that Reykjavictim. The rest of the album that good?
  3:50am bryan:

shit. just realized i've got to get my fmu social media shit together. i'm the only one in the cafeteria without an avatar.
Avatar 3:53am pierre:

Bonjour Jesse Jarnow and Jarnowians !
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:54am Jesse:

didn't get to check the rest too deeply, but you can hear it here, if you like - reykjavictim.bandcamp.com
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:54am Jesse:

bonjour, pierre!
Avatar 3:57am Yair Yona:

Hi Pierre
Avatar 4:10am kim (germland):

very nice track
Avatar 4:20am pierre:

very glad to be here
Avatar 4:30am Yair Yona:

Everything that I hear from Orchestra of the Upper Atmosphere is just amazing
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:31am jj.:

yeah, pretty much every track i sampled is amazing.
Avatar 4:35am Yair Yona:

Too bad I can't find them on iTunes
Avatar 4:35am kim (germland):

new to me, will search
Avatar 4:54am Yair Yona:

This Styrenes sounds like a mixture of Barrett's Baby Lemonade and a Roy Wood song, any song
Avatar 5:01am pierre:

I love when Numero Group puts out rock-pop records !
Avatar 5:05am Yair Yona:

Who was first, Sagittarius or Montero?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:06am jj.:

sagittarius. this is a contemporary cover!
Avatar 5:07am Yair Yona:

no shit! Wow, thought it's like an obscure 1967 cover!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:17am ausmanx:

one thing australia is good at is sounding like it's 1967! good evening all, from sydney
Avatar 5:25am pierre:

Hi ausmanx, i must say your part of the earth
has awesome bands. The New Weird Australia compilations on the free music archivefor example, is a great sample of what it seems we can find (never been there)
Avatar 5:28am Yair Yona:

Pierre - you're right. The New Weird Australia is indeed a brilliant compilation, and Australia is the home of The Church, that means Australia has good waters in their faucets.
Avatar 5:33am pierre:

Yair — to someone that doesn't know The Church very well, which album would you reccomend (out of the blue) ? I'm really really digging Australian and New Zealand music recently. And the Church seems to have some Jangle pop element in it, so it looks like i'm going to dig it even more !
Avatar 5:40am Yair Yona:

Pierre - that's a tough one, as they almost don't have a bad record. They are indeed less of a 'psych' band, but more a pop-sixties-rock. I'd start with Starfish as the mainstream album you start listening to The Church, and right after that I'd listen to Heyday and Blurred Crusade
But really, don't miss ANYTHING they did since 1980 to at least a decade later.
Avatar 5:52am pierre:

thanks Yair, i'll dive into it as soon as I can.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:03am jj.:

thanks for hanging all! see you next time.
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