Bob Brainen's playlist December 17, 2016 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) Gary Lewis & The Playboys Count Me in Legendary Masters Series (CD) 1964 / 1990 0:02:54 Pop‑up) Steely Dan Sign In Stranger The Royal Scam (CD) 1976 0:04:17 Pop‑up) John Coltrane Quartet What's New Ballads (LP) 1962 0:08:38 Pop‑up) Cal Tjader A Minor Goof Black Orchid: All-Star Latin Groups (CD) 1956 / 1993 0:12:42 Pop‑up) Doors Wintertime Love Waiting for The Sun (CD) 1968 0:16:10 Pop‑up) Joan Osborne Make You Feel My Love Righteous Love (CD) 2000 0:18:16 Pop‑up) Claude Debussy La Danse De Puck / Minstrels The Composer As Performer (piano rolls) (CD) 1913 / 2000 0:22:34 Pop‑up) Arbors Symphony For Susan The Very Best Of... (CD) 1968 / 1998 0:24:29 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
"birds @ 302 Chestnut"
0:26:06 Pop‑up) Arbors The Letter The Very Best Of... (CD) 1969 / 1998 0:41:24 Pop‑up) Lettermen Touch Me 1 (LP) 1972 0:44:51 Pop‑up) Marzette Watts Play It Straight New Music: Second Wave (2LP) 1968 / 1979 VAR 0:48:13 Pop‑up) NRBQ Rocket In My Pocket (live) High Noon- A 50-Year Retrospective (CD box set) * 1990 / 2016 0:51:45 Pop‑up) Flowerpot Men In A Moment Of Madness Let's Go To San Francisco (LP) 1969 / 1985 0:56:05 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
"Bob Brainen's Soul 'n RnB tape"
0:58:44 Pop‑up) Shirley Scott & Stanley Turrentine Gravy Waltz (MP3) 1964 1:08:07 Pop‑up) Lee Dorsey w/ the Meters A Lover Was Born Can You Hear Lee Dorsey? The Best Of... (2LP) 1968 / 1982 1:12:02 Pop‑up) Andrew Hill Flight 19 (alt. take) Point Of Departure (CD) 1964 1:14:57 Pop‑up) Free Design Children's Waltz Sing For V.I.P.s (LP) 1970 1:18:44 Pop‑up) xTC Ballet For A Rainy Day (backing track) Skylarking (WAV) 1986 / 2016 1:23:01 Pop‑up) Abayudaya Congregation Hinei Ma Tov (MP3) ? 1:26:21 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
"frogs and more frogs" @ Joe Bauer's
1:27:47 Pop‑up) Dillard & Clark Why Not Your Baby (45) 1969 / 2012 1:37:08 Pop‑up) Shirley Collins The Banks Of Green Willow Lodestar (CD) * 2016 1:40:54 Pop‑up) Vi Velasco If You Must Break A Heart Tom Ardolino's Magic Jukebox 1:44:05 Pop‑up) Weekend Weekend Stroll La Variete' (CD) 1982 1:46:07 Pop‑up) Fats Domino Ain't It Good The Fat Man's Frenzy (CD) 1953 / 2006 1:49:23 Pop‑up) Gay Crooners "Tequila Blanco" from Neutron Vs. Maniac Monster Movie Music, Vol. 3 (CD-R) 1964 1:51:57 Pop‑up) Red Allen Count Me Out Swing Out (CD) 1946 / 2013 1:54:02 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
"frogs and more frogs" @ Joe Bauer's
(* = new, The marked selections are from the Brainen Archive.)
9:03am guy mauve:Good morning Bob and Bobsters from snowy Toronto. 9:03am duke:Howdy Bob 9:04am Jeff:Leon Russell on piano? 9:08am Stuart Rose:Morning, all. Yeah, is that Leon?
He did write This Diamond Ring for Gary Lewis, right.
Off and running, Doc Brainen.
9:10am doctorjazz:Hi all!
9:11am Sem Chumbo:Good morning, Bob, and all. 9:11am SmokinJ:Count me in! 8-)> 9:11am Jeff:Al Kooper wrote "This Diamond Ring" 9:18am annie:good morning brainiacs! 9:18am melinda:hi everyone 9:20am mauri:4 pm and already dark here in finland. just got back from sauna. all is frozen. enjoying the show. good saturday everyone. 9:24am Sem Chumbo:Hey, mauri! 9:26am mauri:hey semmy chummy 9:34am Hughie Considine:Elvis Costello's "Imperial Bedroom" 9:34am Fuzzy:Can't hear the DJ...:-( Gotta push that slider up a bit. 9:35am Bklyn kid:houses of the holy? 9:35am manny:Led Zeppelin, "Houses of the Holy". 9:35am Tidepoolbay:Led Zeppelin Houses of the Holy The song is on Physical Graffiti. 9:36am DaveinPA:http://forums.stevehoffman.tv/threads/songs-that-werent-on-albums-of-the-same-name.162254/ 9:36am Devin B.:Gun Club's Fire of Love 9:36am Joe R.:And Elvis Costello "Almost Blue" as well 9:36am scott:'Brain Salad Surgery' was released on ELP Works 2 9:38am Joe R.:Imperial Bedroom oddly enough 9:39am WilliamfromDumont:Beefheart. Safe As Milk. Song on Strictly Personal. 9:39am Mike W:Blur - "The Great Escape" 9:40am scott:Hal Blaine on 'Count Me In' 9:40am Mike W:(Great brainstorm idea, Bob! I'm going to be thinking about this all day) 9:40am duke:yes, Snuff Garret 9:44am dale:love this version. 9:46am melinda:I like this Touch Me. 9:47am Deb:Good Morning Bob and all. Thank you for the wonderful music on Saturday morning. 9:48am Artanker:dynamite cover 9:48am Cooh John:Great covers always bring something new. 9:49am dale:now i need to hear the new seekers version of pinball wizard! 9:52am tadpoles:It sometimes takes a kitsch cover Bob to reinforce how great a song is. The Arbors going psychedelic with their phasing! 9:53am lawrence:Wow what a jazzy opening 9:54am JohnEBGood:Hey Bob, Are you from the Midwest? 9:58am melinda:I'm imagining flowerpot costumes on these band members. 10:05am tadpoles:#Melinda - I grew up with Bill & Ben -
10:12am melinda:@tadpoles: haha! They are cute. When I googled flowerpot men I got a whole page of those puppets. The band members didn't wear costumes but they had nice threads typical of the times. 10:22am JohnEBGood:38 years with WFMU. Wow. Thank you for you for sharing your passion of music with us. 10:35am Superb Owl:I thought Lee Dorsey was Terry Adams until I peaked. 10:37am Superb Owl:Reverse polarity is what goes into noise-cancelling headphones, so maybe the original recording was silent? 10:37am Stuart Rose:Yes, John, it's pretty amazing, and a damn fine gift to us that Bob's been doing this so long and so well. 10:40am Hughie Considine:I first discovered Bob's show in 1986 or so when he played a set full of Alex Chilton, the Meat Puppets, the Necessaries, and a bunch of other things that blew my mind. Still kind of miss the "Anyone Can Whistle" sign-off he retired some years ago, but you can't have everything. 10:45am WilliamfromDumont:Shirley Collins - amazing. 10:47am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:Lovin' it this morning! What better time than an anniversary to say really appreciating it, DJ BB. 10:51am glenn:a shirley collins interview from a couple of weeks ago. www.cbc.ca... 10:54am Ken From Hyde Park:Thanks for morning tunes on a snowy Saturday. Have a good week, Bob. 10:59am tadpoles:#KFHP . Ditto Bob 2:08pm Steve:Yeah, I didn't like Gaucho till I moved to California. It sounds different here. 9:21am d otter:Face Dances was the Who album
The song was on a solo Pete Townshend LP