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Artist Track Album / Format Label Year Comments Approx. start time
Hank Levine w/ Timothy Leary   Image, Part One / The Psychedelic Experience   Options (CD-R) from the Brainen Archive   ABC  1961 / 1966    0:00:00 Pop‑up)  
Roger And The Gypsies  Pass The Hatchet (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options All These Things (LP) from the Brainen Archive   Bandy  1966  VAR
Little Joe Lambert-drums 
0:02:20 Pop‑up)  
Jeffrey Cain  Soul Train (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Whispering Thunder (LP) from the Brainen Archive   Raccoon  1972  Raccoon LP #12  0:05:13 Pop‑up)  
Steve Miller Band  Your Old Lady (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Revolution (LP) from the Brainen Archive   United Artists  1968  OST  0:09:51 Pop‑up)  
Cecil Taylor  Mixed [from Gil Evans' "Into The Hot"] (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options The Complete Collection 1956-1962 (Boxed set) *   Enlightment  1961 / 2014    0:15:37 Pop‑up)  
Karen Mantler  I Can't Afford My Lawyer (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Business Is Bad (CD) * from the Brainen Archive   ECM  2014    0:25:49 Pop‑up)  
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"frogs and more frogs" @ Joe Bauer's  
(Listen: Pop‑up)     Raccoon      0:28:44 Pop‑up)  
Huey Piano Smith & The Clowns  We Like Mambo (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options It's Raining (LP) from the Brainen Archive   Bandy  1956  VAR  0:38:35 Pop‑up)  
David Batiste & The Gladiators  Funky Soul (Part One) (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Love You, New Orleans (LP) from the Brainen Archive   Bandy  1970    0:41:22 Pop‑up)  
Lincoln Chase  Beat Out A Patter (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options The Explosive... (LP) from the Brainen Archive   Liberty  1958    0:43:19 Pop‑up)  
P.J. O'Connell w/ NRBQ  Where'd You Go Last Night (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Happy-Go-Lucky (CD) from the Brainen Archive   Clang!  2005    0:45:48 Pop‑up)  
Everything Is Everything  Everything Is Everything (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Everything Is Everything (LP) from the Brainen Archive   Vanguard Apostolic  1969    0:49:18 Pop‑up)  
Paul Lewis  Waiting for Nina (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Now We Are Ten (CD) from the Brainen Archive   Trunk  197x / 2007  VAR  0:53:04 Pop‑up)  
Giant Jellybean Copout  Look At The Girls (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Tom Ardolino's Magic Jukebox   Poppy  1968  band has some connection to The Critters  0:55:21 Pop‑up)  
Hueys  Coo Coo Over You (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Love You, New Orleans (LP) from the Brainen Archive   Bandy  1968  VAR
AKA Huey 'Piano' Smith & The Clowns 
0:57:51 Pop‑up)  
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"frogs and more frogs" @ Joe Bauer's  
(Listen: Pop‑up)     Raccoon      1:00:35 Pop‑up)  
NRBQ  Greetings from Delaware (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Brass Tacks (CD) * from the Brainen Archive   Clang!  2014    1:07:04 Pop‑up)  
Hushdrops  Tomorrow (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Tomorrow (CD-R) *   Hushdrops.com  2014  In MONO  1:10:33 Pop‑up)  
var.  Pretty Lady (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Pacific Overtures (LP) from the Brainen Archive   RCA  1976    1:14:38 Pop‑up)  
White Lodge  Winter Tracks (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Twilight Vision (CD) from the Brainen Archive   Attacknine  2007    1:17:30 Pop‑up)  
Council Flats of Kingsbury  Theme to "Nothing Really Matters" (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Council Flats of Kingsbury (LP) from the Brainen Archive   Uncharted Audio  2009    1:21:01 Pop‑up)  
Herbie Nichols  Step Tempest (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options The Complete Blue Note Recordings (CD box set) from the Brainen Archive   Blue Note  1955 / 1997    1:22:32 Pop‑up)  
David Greenberger With Jupiter Circle  Uneasy Americans (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Never Give Up Study (CD) from the Brainen Archive   Pel Pel  2011    1:27:42 Pop‑up)  
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"frogs and more frogs" @ Joe Bauer's  
(Listen: Pop‑up)     Raccoon      1:30:09 Pop‑up)  
James Bernard  "In the Pub" from Quatermass 2 (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Monster Movie Music, Vol. 1 (CD-R) from the Brainen Archive   monstermoviemusic.blogspot.com   1957    1:38:39 Pop‑up)  
Screaming Joe Neal  She's My Baby (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options St. Louis Blues (LP) from the Brainen Archive   Screaming Joe Neal  1958  VAR  1:42:09 Pop‑up)  
George Shearing Quintet & Orch.  Moon Song (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Black Satin (LP) from the Brainen Archive   Capitol  1956    1:45:11 Pop‑up)  
Carlos Chavez  Toccata For Percussion Instruments (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Spanish And Latin-American Music (LP) from the Brainen Archive   MGM  1953    1:47:52 Pop‑up)  
Bunty Pendleton  Horizontal (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options (CD-R) from the Brainen Archive   Bunty Pendleton  1946  her only recording  1:52:59 Pop‑up)  
"frogs and more frogs" @ Joe Bauer's   (Listen: Pop‑up)     Raccoon      1:56:02 Pop‑up)  
Jo Stafford  Old Joe Clark (Listen: Pop‑up)   Options Sings American Folk Songs (LP) from the Brainen Archive   Capitol / Corinthian  1948 / 1961    1:58:12 Pop‑up)  

(* = new, from the Brainen Archive The marked selections are from the Brainen Archive.)

Listener comments!

  9:06am David in ATL from NJ:

Ok, this is a little odd. First BB from 1977 sounds good. Did Bob have records from the future? If so, I'm not surprised.
  9:08am edley:

This guy is getting ever nickel's worth of train lyrics
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:12am Mike East:

the Brainen Archive exists in a wormhole
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:22am Mike East:

by the way - Happy Anniversary, Bob!
  9:30am William:

What's going on here? The entire playlist already posted. My mind is usually blown at some point in the show, but this is wild.
  9:30am Hackensack Slim:

So if I comment now, will my 1977 self be able to read it? I liked that Steve Miller song BTW. That sounds like something my 1977 self would have said. Bob, good luck in the future.
  9:57am Cricket:

Wonderful show and from the looks of it - I'll keep listening. Big fan of Tom Ardolino's magic jukebox <3
  10:01am Mark:

Dude--any show that starts with Tim Leary is going to be great! Jo Stafford's cool, too.
  10:07am William:

Sea Train by Sea Train on the album Sea Train
  10:12am RCinMT:

Wilco from 2009 did Wilco (the album) that started with Wilco (the song) is all I can think of.
  10:15am Jeff in Chicagah:

Hushdrops! Saw'em Thursday night here at the Hideout- harder rocking live than on their amazing recordings. John San Juan says they're gonna be touring- hope they make it out east for you guys....
  10:18am Jeff in Chicagah:

Black Sabbath/Black Sabbath/Black Sabbath
  10:20am Todd E:

Hushdrops are great! First heard them on your show, and prompted me to pick up their double LP.
  10:28am Splitter:

Great show, as usual. Did I miss any mention of the deaths of the great New Orleans engineer Cosimo Matassa and the songwriter, Bob Crewe (Four Seasons)?
  10:40am Moe:

Bad company by bad company...
  10:42am Adam:

the Akim Tamiroff film you spoke of is The Vulture (1967): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Vulture_%281967_film%29
  10:44am Moe:

If it's plants and it's British, it's day of the triffids....
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:51am ChrisB.:

What's up with the playlist? It's not updating, yet the comments are.
  10:57am P-90:

bth: The famous fictional English scientist's name "Quatermass" is pronounced with a long A at the beginning like "crater", rather than like the fraction "one quarter"
Avatar 11:01am David Shortell:

I suppose the same applies to the "King Solomon's Mines" hero, Allan Quatermain?
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