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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) Bill Haley & His Comets Where'd you go last Night? Rockin' Rollin' Vol. 5 (LP) 1959 / 1981 0:01:56 Pop‑up) P.J. O'Connell Can't Get It Right Careful (CD) 2005 0:04:35 Pop‑up) Yardbirds I'm not Talkin' For Your Love (LP) * 1965 Jeff Beck-guitar 0:09:24 Pop‑up) Sedition Ensemble Tax Regeneration Report (LP) 1981 0:11:54 Pop‑up) Prince Buster Pieces Of Silver The Authentic Jamaica Ska (LP) 1964 0:15:39 Pop‑up) Lapsey Band Dixie* Baby Dodds - Talking And Drum Solos / Music From The South* (CD) 1954 / 2002 0:18:13 Pop‑up) Dixieland Jug Blowers Hen Party Blues Johnny Dodds: Blue Clarinet Stomp (CD) 1926 /1990 0:20:42 Pop‑up) Buddy Stewart Hot Halavah A Look At yesterday (LP) 1948 / 1965 VAR 0:23:33 Pop‑up) James Horner "Theme" from "Humanoids from the Deep" Monster Movie Music, Vol. 10 (CD-R) 1980 VAR
RIP James Horner
0:29:10 Pop‑up) Barry Sisters w/Jan Bart Samson & Delilah Yiddish Radio Project 1940-1950 (CD) 1945 / 2002 0:30:14 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
Birds Of A Feather 0:30:29 Pop‑up) Utopia There Goes My Inspiration Utopia (CD) 1982 / 1989 0:43:20 Pop‑up) Kinks Everybody's Gonna Be Happy (demo) Kinks - Deluxe Edition (MP3) 1964 / 2011 Thanks to Pete Tomlinson 0:47:12 Pop‑up) Ornette Coleman & Pat Metheny Kathelin Gray Song X (LP) 1986 0:49:05 Pop‑up) Jocque and LeScott Humpty Dumpty The Ornette Coleman Songbook (LP) 1978 0:53:29 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
"frogs and more frogs" @ Joe Bauer's
0:59:55 Pop‑up) NRBQ Ratch-I-Tach RC Cola & A Moon Pie (LP) 1972 / 1986 1:07:09 Pop‑up) Hall & Oates Wait For Me Do What You Want, Be What You Are (CD box set) 1979 / 2009 1:10:53 Pop‑up) Pink Floyd Experiment Interstellar Overdrive (The Alternate Masters 66-68) (CD) 1967 / 2002 outtake from "Piper" sessions 1:15:23 Pop‑up) Abbey Lincoln African Lady Straight Ahead (LP) 1961 Eric Dolphy-piccolo 1:16:51 Pop‑up) Herbie Nichols Beyond Recall Love, Gloom, Cash, Love (LP) 1957 1:20:20 Pop‑up) David Greenberger & Ralph Carney Pony Tale Oh, Pa (CD) 2011 1:24:51 Pop‑up) Bebop Boys feat. Leo Parker Sweet Talkin' Leo The Bebop Boys (2LP) 1948 / 1978 VAR 1:27:44 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
"frogs and more frogs" @ Joe Bauer's
1:33:08 Pop‑up) Lowell Levinger Euphoria Get Together - Banana Recalls Youngbloods Classics (CD) * 2015 1:38:45 Pop‑up) Henry "Red" Allen & Coleman Hawkins Jamaica Shout 1933 (LP) 1933 / 1980 1:41:27 Pop‑up) Music Revelation Ensemble Baby Talk No Wave  (LP) 1980 1:44:19 Pop‑up) Sonny Berman Big Eight Curbstone Shuffle The Tempo Jazzmen /The Hermanites: Confirmation (LP) 1946 / 1981 VAR 1:47:23 Pop‑up) Louis Armstrong w/Louis Jordan & his Tympani Five Life is so Peculiar Louis Jordan & Friends (LP) 1950 / 1984 VAR 1:51:39 Pop‑up) Warm Sounds Nite is a Coming Deram Dayze (LP) 1968 / 1987 VAR 1:53:49 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
"birds @ 302 Chestnut"
(* = new, The marked selections are from the Brainen Archive.)
♥ 9:02am Monstrositor:Good morning, Bob and all my fellow Brainenites. 9:02am TimBrosnan:Good morning Bob and fellow fans. Greetings from Metuchen. ♥ 9:06am David in ATL from NJ:Good morning, Bob and other morning risers. First time I ever heard the "Where'd You Go Last Night". Great original and covered so wonderfully by PJO. 9:07am jamesie:Good morning Bob and listeners. I recall my first pop concert was in 1964 at the Royal Albert Hall when I saw Bill Haley and his Comets. I was amazed at the double bassist who rode on top of his bass. ♥ 9:07am duke:Hi Bob and Saturday morning folks 9:12am Bob Brainen:Morning all! 9:14am Bob Brainen:Wow Jamesie, you saw Bill Haley! Pretty cool.
Makes sense they'd make most of their living outside the US by that time-until the revival.
9:17am TimBrosnan:Quite the upbeat start here! I love it. ♥ 9:35am David in ATL from NJ:Was that you, Bob, whistling through the end of that last song? ♥ 9:36am annie:the delis used to sell it by the slice, halvah that is.. ♥ 9:36am David in ATL from NJ:Sorry, I guess that's the song you are doing your back announcing in.
9:42am WilliamfromDumont:What about the horse replacing Crosby on the cover of Notorious? 9:44am Bob Brainen:I think that's an urban legend-but a good one to think of Wm! 9:45am Bob Brainen:Dave, i WISH I could whistle like that. My father could, but I can't... 9:46am TimBrosnan:How about Brian Jones on the cover of England's Newest Hitmakers? Or David Sancious on the back cover of Bruce's Wild & Innocent? 9:46am WilliamfromDumont:You mean the horse doesn't play on any tracks? ♥ 9:48am David in ATL from NJ:I LOVE these alternate tracks by the Kinks! ♥ 9:49am melinda:This Kinks is hitting the spot. 9:57am Bob Brainen:RE: Crosby/horse, I think the album cover was done after Crosby was "let go." / Tim B: Well, BJ is on the album (?)
Wild & Innocent-not that familiar w/ but sounds like good example.
♥ 9:59am annie:i've been watching the Dobie Gillis show archives, this lingo in the "HD" track has the same rhythm 10:02am TimBrosnan:Oh got it now. Sorry. Yes they're both on the albums but I don't think Sancious (or drummer Vini Lopez) were still in the band by the tme it was released. ♥ 10:12am Dano59:played yr newest premium last night Bob, it's great! (and yes this is really my avatar) 10:13am SmokinJ:H&O kinda' rule.. 10:13am WilliamfromDumont:Was Daryl Hall in the band Gulliver? 10:15am Jack:Speaking of Todd & Hall & Oates, their War Babies album sounds to me kind of "Utopia-ish". I like it a lot. 10:15am Stuart Rose:Among a whole sweet bunch of music I never knew, NRBQ is, Bob, I've got to thank you for hipping me to.
I knew the name from Village Voice music ads from the 70s and 80s but never heard their records.
♥ 10:20am David in ATL from NJ:@ Stuart: You've got a lot of wonderful music in NRBQ. Welcome to the club! ♥ 10:21am David in ATL from NJ:That Hall & Oates track was wonderful, Bob. 10:22am TimBrosnan:@ Stuart - You're in for a treat! I was waitin' on some Herbie Nichols.... and there it is!! Thanks, Bob. ♥ 10:30am herb.nyc:hi all. i was playing this show LOUD at home, but am now at library; SHHHH. but that UTOPIA song was great. i thought it was XTC for a second. thanks! ♥ 10:38am David in ATL from NJ:Bob, or a listener, please give me the definitive H&O album to own, if you don't mind. I have nothing. 10:45am TimBrosnan:@ David - Private Eyes and Voices had some hits but I've always liked the debut album Whole Oats. I believe BB played a track from it about a month ago maybe - possibly Waterwheel? 10:50am Stuart Rose:Yeah, Tim, Bob played Waterwheel a few weeks back. I don't know the whole album, but that first outing by H ♥ 10:53am SeanG:Satchmo!! 10:57am Bob Brainen:Hall and oates-tough one a best of/greatest hits or 1st lp (?) 10:57am Stuart Rose:Too bad Deram Dayze isn't available in CD.
And on vinyl it's real, real expensive.
♥ 10:59am Ken From Hyde Park:Oh dear. One of those egregious technical errors. Good show, otherwise.