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The Failure of Noise
The Failure of Sound
The Failure of Rock
The Failure of the Avant Garde
The Failure of the Space Age
The Failure of Jazz
The Failure of Psychedelia
The Failure of Krautrock
The Failure of Electronic
The Failure of Pop
The Failure of Free-form
The Failure of the 20th Century

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James Last  Mr. Giant Man   Options Voodoo Party    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Television  Fire Engine   Options Unreleased  Live 1975 CBGB  0:09:30 (Pop‑up)
Thirteenth Floor Elevators  Dust   Options Easter Everywhere    0:11:31 (Pop‑up)
Blue Cheer  peace of Mind   Options New! Improved!    0:11:14 (Pop‑up)
Amon Düül  Snow Your Thurst and Sun Your Open Mouth   Options Paradieswärts Düül    0:27:08 (Pop‑up)
Donovan  Hurdy Gurdy Man   Options     0:27:28 (Pop‑up)
Sandy Bull  Blend 1   Options Still Valentine's Day 1969: Live at the Matrix, San Francisco    0:42:30 (Pop‑up)
Them  Square Room   Options Now and "Them"    0:48:34 (Pop‑up)
Clark-Hutchinson  Impromptu in E Minor   Options A=MH2    0:59:13 (Pop‑up)
Miles Davis  Guinnevere   Options Circle in the Round    1:19:53 (Pop‑up)
Richard Youngs  Kinning Park   Options This Is Not A Lament    1:47:03 (Pop‑up)
Marino Zuccheri  Parete 1967 (part 2)   Options Parete 1967    1:54:58 (Pop‑up)
Anthony Pateras & Erkki Veltheim  Entertainment = Control   Options Entertainment = Control    2:01:55 (Pop‑up)
Leif Elggren  Extraction (excerpt)   Options Extraction    2:13:49 (Pop‑up)
Richard Youngs  Genghis City   Options This Is Not A Lament    2:19:18 (Pop‑up)
Pierre Henry  Rumeurs   Options La Ville. Die Stadt: Metropolis Paris    2:24:19 (Pop‑up)
Robert Johnson  Me and the Devil Blues   Options The Complete Recordings    2:37:40 (Pop‑up)
Ekkehard Ehlers  Ain't No Grave   Options A Life Without Fear    2:38:17 (Pop‑up)
Davis Redford Triad  Hymn of the Virgin Sun Queen   Options The Mystical Path of the Number Eighty Six    2:45:52 (Pop‑up)
Spacemen 3  An Evening of Contemporary Sitar Music (excerpt)   Options Dreamweapon    2:52:03 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:07pm Ricky:

Hey Fabio.
Avatar 3:07pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

I believe I finally, right this moment, have sitting in my mail at home, a copy of James Last's VOODOO PARTY. After all these years, the time had come.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:07pm mrdonutsu:

Martin Bisi to Fabio. Today just gets better and better!
Avatar 3:07pm βrian:

Sometimes I'm not sure I can outlast Mr Last.
  3:07pm Brian in New Orleans:

here on time! frooont row!
Avatar 3:08pm Chris from DC:

Congrats RTD.
Avatar 3:08pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

Stalking various pressings of Voodoo Party on Discogs for YEARS and never seeing one from a US dealer.... had to say SCREW IT and paid the shipping.
Avatar 3:09pm Cheri Pi:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:09pm The Oscar:

Avatar 3:09pm Cheri Pi:

Congrajellations @RTD, the failure lifestyle is real.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:10pm Ken From Hyde Park:

All hail the failure!
Avatar 3:10pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

Fully expecting Mr.Giant Man to be the only track worth the effort, but I'm fully psyched. Also, yay Elevators.
Avatar 3:11pm Lixiviated Life:

Can someone clarify for me the meaning of the phrase
"The Failure of..." ?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:11pm Rich in Washington:

Voodoo Party's a great LP. I feel weird playing Giant Man, thinking I might accidentally trigger a Fabio show. Definitely feel like I can't play it on the air for similar reasons.
Avatar 3:12pm slugluv1313:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:13pm Rich in Washington:

That's two Roky songs in a row. You're making me nervous, Fab...
Avatar 3:14pm Lixiviated Life:

Not sure why the music played during this program is intended to imply failure?
Avatar 3:15pm Chris from DC:

Yay, th'Cheer!
  3:18pm Mark R:

Is this the Blue Cheer album they recorded out on one of the docks along the Hudson because they played too loud for a studio?
Avatar 3:18pm Fredericks:

I never heard mellow Blue Cheer before. Weird.
Avatar 3:20pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

i had a blue chair once.
very comfortable. mellow.
  3:22pm ?:

I thought I was the only one who listened to this song! (Peace of Mind, Blue Cheer.) Randy Holden is an under rated guitarist.
  3:23pm Dean:

It's playing with shades of meaning of "failure" and of "of." Failure can be taken as implicating a moral tone, as in a want of success. But it also signifies the mere absence of something, as in "X failed to occur." As always, the genitive is ambiguous. Which way does it point? Does "the failure of noise" mean noise fails to accomplish something? Or does it mean there is a kind of failure inherent in noise?

There's also more than a whiff of ironic appropriation of marketing jargon ("Strength Through [Our Product]!" and, no doubt, the National Socialist Kraft durch Freude.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:28pm dale:

i didn't do it...
  3:29pm Dean:

Heard Donovan live in Las Vegas, 1976. He opened for Yes. Imagine that.
  3:29pm Dean:

And that was the last time I set foot in Las Vegas, unless you count a layover at the airport.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:29pm steveo:

@Rev. You can also hear the whole bop bop mm bop bop mm bop bop song just before giant man. A year or two ago the dj before Fabio (not Diane) played Mr. Giant Man early because he was not getting enough pledges (he felt). My first thought was that I had somehow forgotten to pick up my children from school. (That dropout was art, right?)
  3:29pm Agent Peter:

Gibby sounds, uh.....different in this version.
  3:31pm Bill Main:

Who plays lead guitar on Hurdy Gurdy Man? I always thought it was Jimmy Page, but apparently not, (P.S. I posted the comment about Blue Cheer)
Avatar 3:32pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

@steveo: indeed, that's the other anticipation: hearing the track before in its entirety. Also, the cover art (for the original release) is classic 1970s nuts. It may go on the wall as a tribute to Strength Thru Failure..
  3:32pm Mark R:

Dean I saw that Donvan/Yes tour in Detroit. I was pleasantly surprised at how good Donovan was.
  3:34pm Dean:

I thought so, too, Mark R.

Steve Hillage's "Hurdy Gurdy Man" is all Steve Hillage.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:34pm The Oscar:

To me, "Hurdy Gurdy Man" will always be about the Zodiac killer.
Avatar 3:34pm MenfussMike:

i prefer Donovans too. BS version is righteous too
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:34pm Rich in Washington:

The Butthole's version was a rare case of them doing a relatively straight cover. The other was Roky Erickson's Earthquake.
Avatar 3:35pm Lixiviated Life:

@ Dean Thanks. That was very helpful
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:35pm Rich in Washington:

@Dean: I just recently listened to Hillage's version. I love that whole album!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:36pm Rich in Washington:

V. Vale was in bands? WHAA??
  3:37pm Agent Peter:

@Rich om Washington
There's also their cover of Underdog that's pretty straightforward.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:37pm The Oscar:

I've always loved the RE/Search books. Incredibly Strange Films was my bible as a teen.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:37pm Rich in Washington:

I still have all my ReSearch Publications books. They were the dark internet before the internet. That and zines, Amok Books
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:37pm steveo:

I bet Ad-Rock hung out with Donovan. He was married to Ione Skye, Donovan's daughter. She has also authored several children's books.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:38pm Rich in Washington:

You are right, Agent Peter. That was pretty on-the-nose for them as well.
Avatar 3:38pm MenfussMike:

Ione Skye was a babe. Rivers Edge?
  3:39pm Dean:

My pleasure, LL. I think I was poised to reply because your question has often been in the back of my mind during this show.

Rich in WA: That album is one of the casualties of a mid-'80s LP purge, but I have since purchased later issues of live sets by Hillage that feature the tune. I saw him, too, around that time. He opened for ELO, I kid you not, at Anaheim Convention Center. Or maybe it was Long Beach, in which case Little Feat opened at Anaheim. Or vice versa. Anyway, I was most excited to hear Hillage live.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:39pm steveo:

she was 16
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:39pm Rich in Washington:

the last time I saw the Buttholes, after many years, they did a long, drawn-out, lifeless version of Pepper.
  3:39pm J:

Re: Blue Cheer - Outside/Inside def as good as VE. Later stuff is interesting but those two are so good
  3:40pm Bill Main:

That was a monumentally psychedelic set! More like it.
Avatar 3:40pm Chris from DC:

One of my regrets is never seeing the Surfers in their prime.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:40pm Rich in Washington:

@Dean, I too am slowly recovering all the LPs I stupidly parted with during the CD era, and again in the 'rip 'em to a harddrive and sell 'em' phase.
Avatar 3:42pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

I can claim to having seen the 'surfers in their prime, and it was, indeed, all that. It's my only consolation for having missed Motörhead in THEIR prime (RIP fast eddie). Sigh.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:43pm Rich in Washington:

BHS shows in the mid-80s were mindblowing. Nothing else like it. Maybe Caroliner Hernia Rainbow, whom I regrettably never saw, but can imagine.
Every time I saw the Buttholes in the 80s, it seemed like Smegma opened for them. I know for a fact at least twice, as Ju Suk Reet Meat told me that's how many he can remember.
  3:43pm J:

I think you had to see the Surfers in their prime to really get it. Those records haven't held up too well IMO
  3:43pm Dean:

At least you had a sensible excuse, Rich in WA. I hadn't yet started buying CDs, and I was tired of rock, so I unloaded some really interesting, now fairly scarce stuff, e.g., "Ys" by Il Balletto di Bronzo.
  3:44pm J:

I hear massive tremolo. Sandy Bull?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:44pm Rich in Washington:

I missed classic era Motorhead by a few years. I did see the two guitar lineup. Probably the loudest rock show I've ever been to. With Megadeath and Cromags.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:45pm steveo:

love this echo-y guitar-y thing
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:46pm Rich in Washington:

@Dean. Yes. I would purge stuff based on my taste at the time. Now I adopt the packrat/hoarder mentality and keep everything. My wife says I have too many records based on the fact that I recently spent two hours desperately looking for a misfiled record. What does she know?
Avatar 3:47pm Wild Neil:

PEACE All. @Dean that sounds like the coolest show ever!
Avatar 3:47pm V Priceless:

heya Fabio, friends, and failures
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:47pm Rich in Washington:

whoa! I didn't know there were live recordings of Sandy. Amazing!
Fabs, everyone.. Has anyone seen the documentary about Sandy Bull, I guess made by his daughter?
Avatar 3:49pm βrian:

Fancy that you should mention purging. I'm purging repository objects at a terrific pace, as we speak.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:49pm steveo:

usage of the word "tremolo" peaked in 1941, the year Sandy was born. books.google.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:49pm melinda:

hi everyone
  3:50pm Dean:

Online repository, yes, βrian? Duplicates? Dare I ask, failures?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:51pm dale:

square room?
Avatar 3:51pm βrian:

The spawn of a corrupted ingest. We cast them into the abyss and will rebuild them anew.
  3:52pm Dean:

Ain't as easy as it sounds, is it?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:52pm dale:

found this album at the salvay years ago. this song blew me away.
Avatar 3:54pm βrian:

But such sparkling preservation-ready objects they will be, what with their frilly and byzantine premis statements, and all.
Avatar 3:58pm MenfussMike:

sounds like THE END
  3:58pm Dean:

Both this Them track and the Sandy Bull bring to mind some of Sam Shalabi's psychedelic work.
  4:00pm J:

Killer set
Avatar 4:01pm βrian:

Killer, yes. But also meaningful.
  4:08pm Mark R:

Digging this fuzzy wuzzy guitar
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:13pm Polyus:

I wish someone would reissue Retribution by Clark-Hutchinson. Originals are too rich for my blood.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:14pm dale:

i used to see kimber a lot when i lived on east 4th st. funny to see someone in full vulcan makeup and costume at the odessa.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:14pm listener_fern:

I hate to be pedantic. Who am I kidding, I love it. UFO in the context of the London club is pronounced "oofo".
  4:15pm flashbazbo:

Someone I know was accused of being the zodiac killer. In a book and everything but the author of it was a much better suspect and pretty much nuts. I only found out this century.

The weird thing is I saw Dirty Harry one time and when I went home I stopped off to see our friend never knowing.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:17pm melinda:

I've got a bad case of detritus.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:17pm steveo:

I'm also interested to see Anthony McCall "Solid Light Works" in Red Hook (Brooklyn) pioneerworks.org... Oh so is Fabio. :)
Avatar 4:19pm northguineahills:

I love that Sandy Bull disc.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:19pm Ken From Hyde Park:

@flashbazbo - You know Senator Ted Cruz?
Avatar 4:20pm northguineahills:

You use the word clown for behaviors and people you detest, and to describe yourself. Paging Dr. Freud!
Avatar 4:20pm geezerette:

Melinda, me too! ouch.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:21pm Polyus:

@Ken - my thought too.
Avatar 4:21pm northguineahills:

I wish I was back in NYC to see Larry 7's exhibit!
Avatar 4:22pm northguineahills:

yes, this Miles!
  4:22pm flashbazbo:

It was teds dad. But you're good I gotta say.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:24pm steveo:

oh hey everyone, look, an anonymous commenter complaining about a wfmu deejay talking
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:26pm Polyus:

If Trump were smart (which, you know), he would have played up that Zodiac thing more. "Lyin' Ted says he's not the Zodiac Killer. Is he? I don't know. But a lot of people are asking".
Avatar 4:26pm geezerette:

mmmmMiles. :)
  4:28pm Brendan:

Re Guinnevere,
Davis played it for Crosby at the former's home before releasing it. Crosby did not recognize any resemblance between Davis' version and his composition and Davis kicked him out of his house - Wikipedia
Avatar 4:28pm geezerette:

Trump Decoder: Everything he says is the opposite of the truth.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:33pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Maybe they'll give him a flu shot at his physical and it'll be the opposite of a flu shot.
Avatar 4:38pm geezerette:

Hi, Ken! Well, some of us wanted more "transparency" in government...and now we have it.
I still like it as a quality of light, but otherwise? Unsure.
The wish is never specific enough.
  4:39pm brainiac:

Late to the party again. I owe everybody a typo.
Avatar 4:39pm geezerette:

"Guinnevere" was gorgeous.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:40pm Philthy woman:

YayEEE! So happy to be home for your show- I usually have to listen in archives. Hello Fabio and peoples. And Happy Birhtday Max Roach!!!
Avatar 4:40pm geezerette:

  4:41pm KP:

Saw “Bob” on Tuesday. Tres cool
  4:42pm Dean:

Yes, geezerette. I might have to play it again when I get home tonight. Kinda hard to imagine David Crosby not digging it right away (per Brendan @4:28). It has always seemed to me to be a great way to introduce Miles to people, precisely because we *can* recognize pop ballad underlying it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:42pm foofs:

Three years of listening, and I still dunno if it's Film Forum or Farm...
Avatar 4:43pm geezerette:

Fat & felt, Ken, fat & felt.

"Memories" is great , you guys who haven't seen it.

@Dean, totally agree with you. :)
  4:44pm drone-a-thon:

I LOVE THAT droooooonnneeeee chatter box!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:45pm Ricky:

looking forward to Phantom Thread.
Avatar 4:46pm TDK60:

Just got here; missed the Miles but love his version of the David Crosby tune.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:47pm rsj:

no way there's a banter problem, super great show, maybe that's the issue: the music is too good!
  4:47pm mike:

love your movie picks
Avatar 4:49pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

  4:51pm Dantheman:

Fabio, don't listen to them, we all need to hear your film announcement and reviews. Best part of show.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:51pm melinda:

Love the drone.
  4:52pm J:

I love listening to you ramble, Fab!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:52pm Rich in Washington:

I guess if I didn't want to hear people talking about actual art happenings, I'd just listen to something like Spotify all day. Never understood people bitching about DJs talking. Especially when they're hepping us to news, etc...
  4:52pm J:

Really... half the reason I tune in!
  4:52pm nickrhombi:

enjoyed the miles.... a mood reminiscent of 'journey in sachadinanda' only with a bridge here and there. - thanks for the anthony mcall info... will investigate this now.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:53pm Rich in Washington:

I remember a recent thing were a DJ read someone's pissy board comment about talking, so he played the same song, easily a dozen times, until his show was over.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:53pm Philthy woman:

I'd like to live on a Film Farm.
And I like your voice and info Fabio. Talk away.
  4:53pm brainiac:

@Dean: Saw that Yes tour with Donovan in Chicago. He was treated very disrespectfully by the crowd. My first concert. I regret I joined in with the rude philistines.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:54pm George of Troy:

I've said it before and I'll say it again: Fabio, your film / gallery talk and tips are always appreciated. I look forward to it every week, and always end up discovering something new and interesting as a result. In fact, I keep a Google doc just for "Fabio film notes".
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:56pm steveo:

Seriously anonymous dude, at least log in before you come in here and slag one of the best djs anywhere; it's a treasured part of the show (by me and others). even better, just switch to spotify as already suggested...
Avatar 4:56pm northguineahills:

Yes, if any of you in the NYC area haven't met Larry 7, so to his exhibition, you won't be disappointed!
  4:56pm nic:

love this !!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:57pm ⓔⓘⓚ:

Agreed. At least this troll wasn't too repetitive though. Last night I really took offense at a repetitive troll who pestered Paul Bruno repeatedly, especially because it displayed no creativity at all. Don't do that. Or at least say something funny or come up with a decent insult if you must troll.
Avatar 4:57pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

rare visit to th'city this weekend. Will dig as much as can be dug.
  4:58pm drone-a-thon:

that's several pissy board comments towards me. You wfmu listeners are vile creatures. The dj has a droney voice; get over it
Avatar 4:58pm northguineahills:

scratch w/ your fingernails to china, Rev!
Avatar 4:59pm TDK60:

I love droney voices, helps me relax.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:59pm foofs:

Hey, that 'forum/farm' comment wasn't meant as a dig, just a whimsical observation on my own comprehension failure!
Avatar 4:59pm northguineahills:

If you're going to troll, at least use witty banter. It seems to be a lost art these days *get off my lawn!* *yells at a cloud*
  5:00pm Dean:

I don't recall the Vegas crowd being rude to Donovan that night, brainiac. Maybe most of us were, like me, just old enough to recognize his importance. But then the same should go for a Chicago crowd, I guess. Anyway, among my memories of the evening not related to the show itself, a buddy of mine rode the elevator at the hotel where the show took place with Rick Wakeman, and before the show my friends and I ran through the slot machines at the old MGM Grand (which burnt down four years later). We were underage, but we managed to slip nickels in the machines and pull the levers. I netted five bucks and vowed then and there never to return to Vegas.
  5:00pm drone-a-thon:

here's a guy giving trolling advice. jesus christ, go back to sleep dude
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:01pm Philthy woman:

I wasn't diggin on you either foofs, I like the whimsy. I like imagining a film farm.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:01pm melinda:

I don't live in the NYC area and can't attend any of the events mentioned, and I still like hearing about them.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:01pm Ken From Hyde Park:

The Failure of Trolling
  5:02pm Dean:

"burnt"? Geez, "burned."
  Swag For Life Member 5:02pm disantlor:

worked at a hotel in college and Donovan stayed there one night. there was a problem with his shower that i fixed and he gave me a congratulatory fist bump (his idea). havent washed the knuckles since
  5:03pm Dean:

Given your taste, Fabio, for Italian music, including pop, do you know this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prisencolinensinainciusol
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:04pm ⓔⓘⓚ:

@DAT, you're not even trying, you slag heap of withered fungus rinds. Be more interesting or go catapult yourself into a collapsing meth den.
Avatar 5:04pm TDK60:

I've always defended Donovan against detractors. One might say he's "hippy dippy". So what? Someone's gotta do it. Plus, his album Sunshine Superman is one of the very seminal psychedelic albums. I just read his autobiography.
  5:05pm flashbazbo:

My take is miles was looking for that rockstar mode and green, and knew Guinevere was beautiful. But you can't hear that in miles version. So cros called it out How could there be a better story?
  5:05pm brainiac:

@Dean: Good times, great oldies. I also appreciate the fact that not all anonymous commenters are trolls. Some are really cool, witty dudes who have something to add to the discussion.
  5:08pm Brendan:

Digging the show Fab. Really feeling it today.
Avatar 5:09pm northguineahills:

Donovan was the first artist from the 60s outside the Beatles I got when I was in HS, so, I've always had a soft spot for him.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:10pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Next week on Wake 'n' Bake with Clay Pigeon: Fabio's take on comment board trolls.
Avatar 5:10pm northguineahills:

Thanks, I wish I could go back to sleep, trolly Mctrollface (see, I put as much effort into that as you did), but I did wake up from my siesta and am now amped up on green tea and a dram of Jura Scotch.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:11pm melinda:

I like Donovan too. Hurdy Gurdy Man is one of the best songs ever.
  5:11pm Dean:

The tune that always grabbed me at the time was "Wear Your Love Like Heaven," despite its ubiquity in a perfume commercial.
Avatar 5:12pm northguineahills:

ahh, the joys of being to take a siesta during lunch and go back to work, !y ni siquiera vivo en españa!
  5:12pm brainiac:

God I still love that Jimmy Page on HGM
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:13pm melinda:

ngh tea and scotch is a wicked combination, I used to do that in late afternoon sometimes.
  5:14pm flashbazbo:

Wear your love...is the song I use to defend Donovan. It's not the best defense.
  5:14pm Dean:

Tea and scotch. Reminds me of Anita Brookner's gin and an omelet. They appear together in many of her novels.
Avatar 5:15pm geezerette:

It was always a little bit touching to see how sincere, what a true believer Donovan was. We're a tough culture.

mmmm.tea and scoth.)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:15pm Lewis:

also not a good defense: Intergalactic Laxative...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:16pm melinda:

Actually it might have been Irish whiskey, scotch wouldn't taste as good added to black tea.
Avatar 5:16pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

new favorite musical genre: Intergalaxative.
Avatar 5:17pm geezerette:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:17pm melinda:

I wonder if there is a frequency that promotes intestinal motility.
  5:18pm nic:

this one too!!!
Avatar 5:19pm northguineahills:

@melinda: I went to court yesterday as a defendant for the first time in my life, for my bumper kissing the bumper of the car in front of me leaving nary a scratch. The lady insisted on calling the popo and waiting past the 30 day statute of limitations to make an injury claim (when she was on the phone walking about to look at my plate). Anyhosers, I hadn't slept much in the last week, but in court, after waiting an hour for my case, the officer purposely fell on his sword, and took a verbal mauling from the judge for not asking for a subpoena of the claimant. (I thanked him). So, I've been sleep deprived (hadn't been sleeping the last week), and felt like a need to reward myself(the dram) (going to a noise/avant/DIY/performance art/???? show tonight).
Avatar 5:20pm northguineahills:

@melinda: Irish whiskey does go well w/ tea. I wouldn't mix scotch w/ tea, I couldn't adulterate good scotch!
Avatar 5:21pm geezerette:

Love this piece!
Avatar 5:22pm northguineahills:

Dan Bodah would dig this!
Avatar 5:22pm geezerette:

Keep seeing "Survival Research Labs" images in my head.
  5:23pm nic:

again !!!
Avatar 5:25pm geezerette:

and Richard Fyenman.
Avatar 5:25pm Fredericks:

I got hearing aids for this?
Avatar 5:25pm northguineahills:

This isn't Richard Youngs on vocals, is it?!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:28pm Fabio:

@ northguineahills: No, I believe it is someone named Sybren Renema, who is listed as a featured performer on the track.
  5:31pm Dean:

With a name like Renema, that vocalist should have performed with Donovan on "Intergalactic Laxative."

There. I've fulfilled my scatology quota for the day.
Avatar 5:31pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

that Henry piece was fab-plus.
Avatar 5:32pm northguineahills:

Thanks Fabio!

(clicky starred that Henry last summer on this program)
  5:32pm brainiac:

out now on Brown Note Records.
  5:32pm Dean:

In addition to meaning what you think it means, namely, "that Fleetwood Mac record that sold a trillion copies," it also means "murmur."
  5:35pm Dean:

Alexandre St.-Onge recorded a disc using a microphone inside his mouth.
Avatar 5:36pm Fredericks:

Alan Parker played the lead on Hurdy Gurdy Man.
  5:37pm brainiac:

Sorry man, I know Page when I hear him. I'm like Clay that way.
Avatar 5:38pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

raw blues is best blues.
running home to the Son House rekkids after this.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:39pm mrdonutsu:

This is the pitch corrected version, yes?
Avatar 5:39pm Fredericks:

Jimmy says "no." Could be lying.
Avatar 5:39pm glenn:

jimmy says no. forums.stevehoffman.tv...
Avatar 5:40pm Fredericks:

mrdonutsu: I was wondering the same.
Avatar 5:41pm glenn:

but whaddaiknow? i always thought it was jeff beck.
Avatar 5:41pm geezerette:

This is great!
Avatar 5:42pm northguineahills:

I'll just defer to how geezerette opines....
Avatar 5:42pm glenn:

John Paul Jones, 2002: "No it wasn't Jimmy. It was me, Alan Parker on guitar, and Clem Cattini on drums. Donovan played acoustic guitar. I booked the session."

John Paul Jones, 2005: "I would like to confirm that the musicians on the record were as follows: Donovan, Accoustic Guitar; John Paul Jones, Arrangement/Musical Director and Bass Guitar; Alan Parker, Lead (electric) Guitar; Clem Cattini, Drums. No other musicians were involved in this session."
Avatar 5:43pm Jack:

Jeff Beck - Barabajagal
Avatar 5:45pm βrian:

What is the ref to the DJ talking? I can't find it in the playlist and am curious.
  5:46pm manuelito:

que buena música!!
Avatar 5:48pm Fredericks:

Sharrockian guitar here
Avatar 5:48pm Papayo:

MANUELITO eres epañol?
  5:48pm Brendan:

Speaking of Jimmy Page. Definitely picking up some influence in here
Avatar 5:49pm MenfussMike:

this kind of reminds me of "Sister Shade" by Mary's Danish...well the guitar at least
  5:50pm manuelito:

mexicano @papayo
Avatar 5:50pm Papayo:

orale wey, yo conozco mexico. esta chido mexico. tengo familia alli. saludos
Avatar 5:51pm geezerette:

Well THAT was a religious experience!
I'm a painter and that kind of music is one of the reasons I'm wistul about not being a musician. Always want, try for, paintings with that much power.
Avatar 5:54pm northguineahills:

The Spacemen have landed!
Avatar 5:54pm geezerette:

Thanks, Fabio!
Avatar 5:54pm Papayo:

Avant Garde Trip! Nice Music Fabio.
Avatar 5:54pm northguineahills:

(crap, we don't have enough time to listen to the whole piece)
  5:54pm manuelito:

chingon @papayo, saludos de vuelta!
Avatar 5:55pm MenfussMike:

fuck cowbell...more echo plex
Avatar 5:55pm TDK60:

I've enjoyed the rockier-than-usual show, Fabio. You never fail us.
  5:56pm Brendan:

Thank you Fabio. You are loved and listener supported!
Avatar 5:56pm MenfussMike:

more drugz
Avatar 5:56pm northguineahills:

que chido papayo, manuelito, Fabio, y WoofMoos!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:58pm Todd76Pct:

Thanks for another great show, Fabio!
Avatar 5:58pm MenfussMike:

more Fabio!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:59pm Ricky:

  3:55pm Ra Man:

Fabsy, you outdid yourself this day. Grazi, lots!
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