Bob Brainen's playlist February 21, 2015 E-mail Bob Brainen
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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 (CD-R) ABC 1961 / 1966 0:00:00 Pop‑up) Steve Miller Band I Love You Number 5 (CD) Capitol 1970 0:01:51 Pop‑up) Flying Burrito Brothers Cody, Cody Burrito Deluxe (CD) Edsel 1970 0:04:36 Pop‑up) Steven Bernstein King Kong Diaspora Hollywood (CD) Tzadik 2004 0:07:22 Pop‑up) Serge Chaloff A Bar A Second (EP) Savoy 1947 0:10:29 Pop‑up) Weekend Past Meets Present (45) Rough Trade 1982 0:13:12 Pop‑up) Leonard Bernstein "Lonely Town: Pas De Deux" from On The Town Bernstein (CD) Sony 1944 / 1998 0:16:57 Pop‑up) Big Brother & The Holding Company The Cuckoo Live in San Francisco 1966 (CD) Varèse Sarabande 1966 / 2002 R.I.P. Sam Andrew 0:20:08 Pop‑up) Bud Wattles Black Saddle Themes From The Hip (MP3) Roulette 1959 See: http://www.basichipdigitaloddio.com/365/ 0:22:49 Pop‑up) Stanley Wilson & His Orch. Danger Trail Shotgun Slade (MP3) Mercury 1960 Gerard Fried-composer 0:25:11 Pop‑up) Bo Diddley 16 Tons Bo Diddley Is A Gunslinger (LP) Chess 1960 0:28:49 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
"birds @ 302 Chestnut"
BarkCatBark 0:28:57 Pop‑up) Clear Light Black Roses Clear Light (CD) Collector's Choice 1967 / 2002 0:41:13 Pop‑up) Free Spirits Don't Look Now (But Your Head Is Turned Around) Out of Sight and Sound (CD) Sunbeam 1967 / 2006 0:43:25 Pop‑up) Gigi Gryce w/Thelonious Monk Shuffle Boil Thelonious Monk / Herbie Nichols (LP) Savoy 1955 / 1986 0:46:45 Pop‑up) Henry "Red" Allen Siesta at the Fiesta Feelin' Good (LP) Columbia 1966 0:50:39 Pop‑up) Paul Butterfield Blues Band Off The Wall What's Shakin' (LP) Elektra 1965 / 1997 VAR 0:54:15 Pop‑up) Pee Wee Russell Quartet Calypso Walk Ask Me Now! (LP) Impulse 1963 / 2003 0:59:27 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
"birds @ 302 Chestnut"
BarkCatBark 0:59:34 Pop‑up) Moby Grape Changes Moby Grape (CD) Sundazed 1967 / 2007 1:08:47 Pop‑up) NRBQ Waitin' On My Sweetie Pie Brass Tacks (LP) * Clang! / Staatsakt 2014 1:14:37 Pop‑up) Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band Plastic Factory Live 1966 / 1967 (CD) * Keynote 1967 / 2014 1:17:17 Pop‑up) Wilson Pickett In The Midnight Hour In The Midnight Hour (LP) Atlantic 1965 The original version 1:18:31 Pop‑up) Melvyn Leonard "Happy Creepin' Round" from Daughter of Dr. Jeckyll Monster Movie Music, Vol. 2 (CD-R) monstermoviemusic.blogspot.com 1957 VAR 1:22:08 Pop‑up) Sundays Here's Where the Story Ends reading, writing and arithmetic (CD) Geffen 1989 1:23:56 Pop‑up) Hushdrops Take A Little Pain Tomorrow (2LP) * hushdrops.net 2014 MONO
1:27:20 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
"birds @ 302 Chestnut"
BarkCatBark 1:29:00 Pop‑up) Patricia Patricia In Paris (MP3) The French Broadcasting System in North America ca '72 Thanks to Mike Greenberg 1:38:13 Pop‑up) P.J. O'Connell Blindsided Happy Go Lucky (CD) Clang! 2011 1:41:18 Pop‑up) Bessie Jones with the Georgia Sea Island Singers Buzzard Lope Get in Union (CD box set) * Tompkins Square 1966 / 2014 1:45:52 Pop‑up) Buddy Merrill Mack The Knife The Exciting Sound Of... (LP) GNP Crescendo 1966 1:50:15 Pop‑up) Robins I Must Be Dreaming Leiber & Stoller Present The Spark Records Story Ace 1955 /2001 VAR 1:51:50 Pop‑up) Rolling Stones Yesterday's Papers (studio runthrough) Flowers Plus 10 (CD) Decca 1967 / 2002 1:54:15 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
"birds @ 302 Chestnut"
BarkCatBark 1:55:14 Pop‑up) Rolling Stones Sometimes Happy, Sometimes Blue (->Dandelion) Flowers Plus 10 (CD) Decca 1967 / 2002 1:58:54 Pop‑up)
(* = new, The marked selections are from the Brainen Archive.)
9:03am David in ATL from NJ:Good morning, Bob and all. Another Saturday kicking off. 9:11am Ken From Hyde Park:The year of the goat did not start out well for these poor creatures - www.poughkeepsiejournal.com... (the Red Hook in Dutchess County, not in Brooklyn). 9:13am SmokinJ:Mornin' everyone! Great set.. 8-) 9:24am Konin:Morning, Bob, all. There are days one wants to have a horse. This is one. 9:27am Santos L Halper:Good morning! RIP Sam Andrew 9:29am SmokinJ:I'm stunned to learn of Sam's passing.. Saw him a bunch of times a few years ago. Great guy.. 9:30am mike east:Heh, this version almost makes him sounds glad about owing his soul to the company... 9:39am Robert:For many years "The President's Analyst" was my favorite movie. 9:40am SmokinJ:Great movie! The VHS version of the flick had the Clear Light stuff edited out! 9:46am Cooh John:Don't look now but my head is buried in the snow. 9:47am Robert:Were Clear Light the ones who did "Changes"? In the VHS I saw, the music in the field w the domino effect of assassinations was changed to something that somewhat fit the scene but was relatively dull and didn't have the irony that I loved of the original music. 9:49am Robert:I saw it originally in the theater when it came out, then the b'cast. A few yrs. ago I saw bits of a version that's downloadable from a pirate-it-until-someone-objects service that a friend was showing me, and it had "Changes" rather than the VHS music in that scene. 9:51am doctorjazz:Hi all, popping in and out (at work), but enjoying the show! 9:52am Sem Chumbo:Hiya, Bob, and all. Got it going great this morning, again! 9:52am doctorjazz:"Red" Allen was one of the greats, never got enough notice (or at least, not remembered as well as many others). 9:52am Jim Duffy:Red Allen ripping it up this morning! 9:54am SmokinJ:More Butter! 10:07am SmokinJ:RE Steve Miller: "He was disenchanted with academic politics at the University, so he took a Volkswagen Bus his father had given him and headed to San Francisco. Upon arrival, he used his last $5 to see the Butterfield Blues Band and Jefferson Airplane at the Fillmore Auditorium. Miller fell in love with the vibrant San Francisco music scene and decided to stay." 10:09am SmokinJ:Money well spent :) 10:09am Nanker de Tucson:Never go wrong with Moby Grape 10:19am doctorjazz:Wicked Pickett (need to be asleep by then these days...) 10:23am doctorjazz:Scared away the signal...OOOOOOOOOOOOO! 10:28am BEAVO:Steve Miller is Les Paul's Godson. 10:29am mike east:That Sunday's song will be in my head atleast til Sunday 10:30am SmokinJ:10-4 BEAVO! And from my home town! 10:32am BEAVO:So I guess
Steve's dad was close with Les, was he a musician?
10:33am SmokinJ:He was a physician! 10:35am Greg from Bloomfield:Been loving the movie clips, Bob! 10:35am BEAVO:The Sunday's might have made it in the US If they had put a picture of the singer on any of the album covers. 10:39am BEAVO:Love The Grape. Bad manager ripped them off big time. 10:43am SmokinJ:Love this O'Connell cat! 10:48am Nanker de Tucson:Another mighty fine program today, BobB ! 10:49am Uncle Michael:I think it's always time for some Buddy Merrill! 10:53am Bob Dylan:Leiber and Stoller--all they did were novelty records,they weren't after the truth-hahahahaha 10:54am Nanker de Tucson:always likin' the occasional track from Flowers 10:58am James in ATL:Great show - Thanks Bob 10:59am Mike East:yeah, thanks for the great tunes, bob