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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) Jim Helms Caine's Theme Kung Fu (LP) 1973 OST
thanks to Duane Miller
0:03:04 Pop‑up) Innocence Mission I Haven't Seen This Day Before Birds Of My Neighborhood (CD) 1999 0:05:04 Pop‑up) xTC Wrapped In Grey Nonsuch (CD) 1992 0:06:54 Pop‑up) Thomas Newman Rain Hammers Road To Perdition (CD) 2002 OST 0:10:38 Pop‑up) John C. Reilly Black Sheep from "Walk Hard" Tom Ardolino's Magic Jukebox written & arranged by Van Dyke Parks 0:14:25 Pop‑up) Roberta Flack & Donny Hathaway Where Is The Love Donny Hathaway: Never My Love: The Anthology (CD box set) 1972 / 2013 0:17:00 Pop‑up) Gary Burton Quartet The Beach Lofty Fake Anagram (LP) 1967 0:19:46 Pop‑up) Janelle Monáe Dance Apocalyptic The Electric Lady (CD box set) 2013 0:23:27 Pop‑up) Duke Ellington The Gal From Joe's Harlem Speaks (LP) 1937 / 1980 Live in Boston
Thanks to Patio
0:27:12 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
"birds @ 302"
0:28:42 Pop‑up) Chuck Berry Promised Land Hus Best, Volume Two (CD) 1964 / 1987 R.I.P. 0:39:13 Pop‑up) Ronnie Lane You Never Can Tell Ronnie Lanes Slim Chance (CD) 1975 0:41:59 Pop‑up) Chuck Berry One O'Clock Jump Missing Berries/ Rarities Vol. 3 (CD) 1959 / 1990 0:46:14 Pop‑up) Howlin' Wolf Ooh Baby, Hold Me* The Real Folk Blues* / More Real Folk Blues (CD) 1965 / 2002 0:49:21 Pop‑up) New Radicals You Get What You Give Maybe You've Been Brainwashed Too (CD) 1998 0:51:57 Pop‑up) Bebop Boys Serenade To A Square The Bebop Boys (2LP) 1946 / 1978 VAR 0:56:56 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
"frogs and more frogs" @ Joe Bauer's
0:57:59 Pop‑up) Gene Clark w/ The Burritos She Darked The Sun Gene Clark: The Lost Studio Sessions 1964 -1982 (CD) 1970 / 2016 Thanks to Doug Young 1:10:34 Pop‑up) Rosemary Clooney This Ole House (45) 1954 1:12:52 Pop‑up) NRBQ How Can I Make You Love Me High Noon- A 50-Year Retrospective (CD box set) * 1982 / 2016 1:15:13 Pop‑up) Lee Dorsey This Ole Car Can You Hear Lee Dorsey? The Best Of... (2LP) 1967 / 1982 1:20:04 Pop‑up) Tadd Dameron w/ Sam Rivers Bevan Beeps The Lost Sessions (CD) 1961 / 1999 VAR 1:21:12 Pop‑up) Chris Bell Though I Know She Lies I Am The Cosmos [Deluxe Edition] (CD box set) 1976 / 1992 / 2010 1:26:57 Pop‑up) Susan Alcorn Helo Goodbye Hello The Hired Hands: A Tribute to Bruce Langhorne (CD box set) * 2017 VAR 1:29:27 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
"frogs and more frogs" @ Joe Bauer's
1:39:25 Pop‑up) Shelleyan Orphan Swallow Humroot (CD) 1992 1:41:00 Pop‑up) Brokeback The Stroller's Memory Illinois River Valley BLues (CD) * 2017 1:44:39 Pop‑up) P.J. O'Connell w/ NRBQ Holiday Happy Go Lucky (CD) 2002 1:48:38 Pop‑up) Turtles Somewhere Friday Night All The Singles (CD box set) 1969 / 2016 1:51:19 Pop‑up) Tim Buckley Lady, Give Me Your Key Wings: The Complete Singles 1966-1974 (CD) * 1967? / 2017 1:56:19 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
"frogs and more frogs" @ Joe Bauer's
(* = new, The marked selections are from the Brainen Archive.)
♥ 9:02am annie:good morning mr brainen! 9:03am dale:morning annie and mr deejay man. 9:03am 1whoknewcthulhu:Good morning, Bob (and all). Looking forward to your program bringing some brightness to this dreary weather day. ♥ 9:04am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:Ha! You were reminded of the 'Kung Fu' theme by that 'Green Abbey' track on Shrunken Planet too... 9:04am dale:this sounds like mike batt. ♥ 9:06am David in ATL from NJ:Good morning, Bob, and quality music enthusiasts everywhere. ♥ 9:09am Uncle Michael:Andy Partridge getting near to Jimmy Webb...
9:14am Andy in Etobicoke:Good morning Bob and fellow Brainiacs....
Season cycle in full effect
♥ 9:17am Ken From Hyde Park:This is such great post-marathon celebration music. Good choices, Bob! ♥ 9:18am melinda:morning everyone 9:22am Cooh John:Good morning BB. Thanks for the great music I have never heard before laced with tunes nostalgic. 9:30am Now:Zombies play Odessey and Oracle tonight at Town Hall, Manhattan... ♥ 9:37am annie:it was a great performance by hanks, yes, 9:39am SmokinJ:Hail Hail Chuck... ♥ 9:41am Brian in UK:Hello Bob. Yes, Promised Land. See you at the Terminal Gate. ♥ 9:44am duke:I love the word play in Chuck's songs: coolerator, motivatin' over the hill. 9:44am Andy in Etobicoke:Exquisite choice. Underrated. Thank you. ♥ 9:46am Sem Chumbo:Hello, Bob, and the Brainen Bunch. ♥ 9:47am Brian in UK:Love Johnny Allen's Promised Land.
Hey Sem, sun shining here, hope it is where you are.
9:48am fred:I often chuckle at the "c'est la vie" line, thinking how wild it would be for Chuck Berry to sneak in a reference to Rrose Sélavy ♥ 9:49am annie:feel free to play piano all morning bob.. ♥ 9:51am Sem Chumbo:K: a delightful sunny day here, just back from a long walk to the winter farmers' Market. Now shouting encouragement to my garlic from the deck. 9:54am Buckaroo:The first time I heard this I was convinced that it was Jeff Lynne. ♥ 9:56am Roberto:I've been trying to convince Station Manager Ken to revive this song lately. At least someone was listening! ♥ 9:56am Dano59:A real high point -- The '90s had some great music. Mike Skinner, right? 9:56am Deek:I always thought it was the Waterboys ♥ 9:57am hopewithfeathers:Bob, you got me dancing around the kitchen and I haven't even had my coffee yet. Good morning! ♥ 9:57am Roberto:I think Ken refers to it as the best Todd Rundgren song that's not Todd Rundgren. ♥ 9:58am Sem Chumbo:@@hopewithfeathers: love the name. ♥ 10:00am hopewithfeathers:Thanks! @SemChumbo. Goes with my costume ;) ♥ 10:04am Ken From Hyde Park:SM Ken usually plays New Radicals during the marathon, but not this year, to my recollection. 10:10am pp:noticed that the intro to Katy Perry's song Firework sounds like the New Radicals You Give What You Get. But it gets worse, Perry's entire song Teenage Dream sounds exactly like YGWYG. That's a definition of a formula. ♥ 10:12am annie:so good to hear this come back around on the guitar, i've been meaning to star=click it.. 10:13am WilliamfromDumont:Is it possible that Gene Clark had more unreleased material than any other artist? 10:13am fm Mike:Mornin' all :D ♥ 10:13am Uncle Michael:Thurl! Best version! ♥ 10:13am Brian in UK:Gene Clark singing 'See the Sky About to Rain' on Byrds is one wonderful cover. He could write and cover. Great voice. Sad life. ♥ 10:15am Ralphine:That's Tony the Tiger singing with Rosemary Clooney? 10:15am fm Mike:Mmm, I dig this sound! 10:15am KP:Thanks for Gene & Burritos. It's a great set on Sierra. ♥ 10:15am Brian in UK:This is grrrrreat. 10:15am WilliamfromDumont:Linda Ronstadt did a fine cover of She Darked the Sun. ♥ 10:16am Uncle Michael:Yes it is, Ralphine. Thurl Ravenscroft. 10:17am ?:Shakin' Stevens did a great version of This Old House. ♥ 10:20am Brian in UK:Think we have all been there, Lee. 10:20am RHenderson:I'd forgotten this was re-made as a Coke commercial. ♥ 10:22am annie:whenever i hear a smooth lick like this i check to see..... yep tadd dameron. 10:29am Stuart Rose:Some fine melodies on today's show, coming from Bob's usual quilt of genres.
Yes, Annie, Dameron is one elegant bebopper.
I am having some real trouble with the app, though.
♥ 10:39am annie:from IMDb, re: "The Hired Hand": If you're into film that has to have a cut every 3 seconds to stay interesting, skip this one. But if you're into film as an art form, this is a must see.
The photography is masterful by Vilmos Zsigmond. From the deeply rich silhouettes made with the natural light of a sunset to the shading and textures of lamp and fire light, this film is a profound lesson in painting with light.
The montage scenes blend the beautiful images into a pensive and graceful passage of time. The editing creates a deliberate pace that recreates a time when a horse trot was the natural speed. But when the gun battles begin the pace quickens to a gallop.
The delicate music is perfect blend of instruments for the visuals and provides the emotional depth that music should.
Under Peter Fonda's creative direction the film's elements deliver a story of a man who returns home to make things right because he had the courage to change. And just when the man and his wife restore their love and trust in each other, he had the courage go away again to save his longtime friend.
♥ 10:42am Ralphine:Thanks, Uncle Michael. 10:43am chicago yak:Hey Bob- The bass voice on This Ole House is Thurl Ravenscroft of Tony The Tiger/Mr. Grinch fame.....the usual stellar show today, sir! ♥ 10:53am Dano59:Apologies for my Mike Skinner guess - he's The Streets. New Radicals' mastermind is Gregg Alexander. 10:54am 1whoknewcthulhu:My god--The Turtles almost sound like The Zombies on this track! ♥ 11:00am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:Thx DJ BB !