Bob Brainen's playlist July 5, 2014 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) Joe Strummer & The Mescaleros Johnny Appleseed Global a Go-Go (CD) 2001 Theme of John from Cincinnati 0:04:58 Pop‑up) Cymbals Do You Believe In Magic Tom Ardolino's Magic Jukebox 0:06:50 Pop‑up) Horace Silver Song for My Father Song for My Father (LP) 1965 0:10:05 Pop‑up) Steely Dan Rikki Don't Lose That Number Pretzel Logic (LP) 1974 0:17:16 Pop‑up) Mulatu Astatke Yekermo Sew Broken Flowers (CD) ? / 2005 OST 0:21:46 Pop‑up) Joan Osborne Baby Love Righteous Love (CD) 2000 0:25:52 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
BBC Television Archives - Title Sequences - Episode Two 0:30:10 Pop‑up) Chico Hamilton Quintet Siete-Cuatro Classical Katz (CD) 1956 / 2007 RIP Paul Horn 0:40:01 Pop‑up) Weekend Summerdays La Varieté (CD) 1982 / 2006 0:44:51 Pop‑up) Cyrkle Turn Down Day (45) 1966 0:47:36 Pop‑up) NRBQ Getting to Know You Brass Tacks (CD) * 2014 http://www.nrbq.com/store/cd-Brass-Tacks.html 0:50:04 Pop‑up) Persuasions Anyway The Wind Blows The Persuasions Sing Zappa (CD) 2000 0:52:13 Pop‑up) Chris Crosby Hippie Lullaby (45) 1967 0:56:09 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
BBC Television Archives - Title Sequences - Episode Two 0:56:20 Pop‑up) Flying Burrito Brothers Man in the Fog Hot Burritos! The Anthology 1969-1972 (CD box set) 1970 / 2000 1:10:04 Pop‑up) Flying Burrito Brothers Older Guys Hot Burritos! The Anthology 1969-1972 (CD box set) 1970 / 2000 1:11:30 Pop‑up) Flying Burrito Brothers Cody, Cody Hot Burritos! The Anthology 1969-1972 (CD box set) 1970 / 2000 1:13:59 Pop‑up) Wes Montgomery Impressions Impressions: The Verve Jazz Sides (CD box set) 1965 / 1991 1:16:38 Pop‑up) Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band Call on Me [alt. version] The early Years 1959-1969 (CD) 1967 / 1995 1:21:44 Pop‑up) Juana Molina Wed 21 Wed 21 (CD) * 2013 1:24:37 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
BBC Television Archives - Title Sequences - Episode Two 1:26:56 Pop‑up) Joe Vocino & Friends Amie Joe's Music (CD-R) 2004 RIP Joe 7-1-2007
Thanks to Tom Priester & Pete Tomlinson
1:35:37 Pop‑up) Jefferson Airplane How do you Feel Surrealistic Pillow (CD) 1967 / 2003 1:40:51 Pop‑up) Sonny Stitt Blues In Bebop (EP) 1946 4 song 7" 1:42:49 Pop‑up) Mark Orton Herbert's Story [from Nebraska OST] Marshmallow (CD-R) 2013 VAR
Thanks to Keith Spring
1:45:52 Pop‑up) Beach Boys All This Is That [alt. version] All This Is That (CD) 1972 / 2007 1:48:29 Pop‑up) Herbie Nichols Trio The Third World The Complete Blue Note & Recordings (Boxed set) 1955 / 2007 1:53:08 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
BBC Television Archives - Title Sequences - Episode Two 1:53:26 Pop‑up)
(* = new, The marked selections are from the Brainen Archive.)
9:06am Todd E:RIP Joe Strummer...still miss you...such a passionate R&R voice of conscience who burned so brightly 9:07am marmalade kitty:Good morning/afternnon Bob 9:07am gappy:joe strummer gave me a hummer.... what a bummer 9:08am wfuv suckz:Good morning Bob… Gloooood to the radio as usual. 9:09am David in ATL from NJ:Good morning, Bob! 9:18am P-90:Yes! That's where they got that bassline & drum pattern from! 9:30am David in ATL from NJ:Great song, Bob! 9:33am LynnsBrother:Thanks for playing Mulatu Astatke! 9:41am Santos L Halper:Morning Bob, nice set. Wow, re-watched John from Cincy. Odd show, but always liked the theme. Is Luck worth seeing? 10:02am marmalade kitty:what is that first clip of music on the music behind DJ? I recognize it from an early 80's uk tv ad 10:03am berlusconi's nose:How about play in' the soundtrack to The Shining next? 10:26am marmalade kitty:the ad was for "le jardin" perfume lol :) 10:30am RHndrsn:Thanks for the trio of tunes from the 2nd Burritos lp, Bob. You picked good ones. Though this was the first album of theirs I bought, I still felt underwhelmed at the time, but have grown to appreciate it. The period was a weird one for them: As you pointed out, they had little fresh material ("Lazy Days" is cribbed from Parsons' International Submarine Band days); Parsons was involved in a sci-fi movie that was never completed (hence the band dressed in what Parsons called 'cocaine tester' suits on the cover); Parsons' drug habit and his sycophantic attachment to the Stones, in L.A. at the time, hurt the band's progress; and the general air of what Leadon called "The second winter at Valley Forge" (the band doing crummy high school gym gigs, having lost morale, they took to wearing jeans with their Nudie suit jackets from the 1st lp's cover). 10:40am SmokinJ:THAT'S what I'm talkin' about :) 10:41am marmalade kitty:le jardin? or some other stinking perfume product
working a perfume counter must be hell!
maybe the cake layers of makeup are to protect the staff from ill effects
10:44am listener monica:thank u 4 the airplane ride! 10:49am RHndrsn:This is interesting - not the "All This Is That" I recognize from 'Carl & The Passions'... 2:28pm kat330:Hey, Bob! I was so taken with the Molina track you played I hunted it up on YouTube. Apparently, however, the track you played is the CD's title track -- "Wed 21" -- and not "Ferocisimo." Unless of course someone posted it incorrectly on YouTube? IAE, LOVE the track you played whatever its title! Thanks!