Bob Brainen's playlist June 16, 2018 E-mail Bob Brainen
View Bob Brainen's profile previous playlist | All playlists | next playlist
Add or read commentsSaturdays 9 - 11am (EDT) | On WFMU (Info) | 91.1, 90.1, 91.9 FM & wfmu.org
Listen to this show! Pop‑up player!
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) Seals & Crofts Ridin' Thumb Down Home (LP) 1970 0:01:49 Pop‑up) Taj Mahal Pillow Talk Taj (LP) 1986 0:05:42 Pop‑up) Roy Wood Nancy Sing Me a Song [from Boulders] The Definitive Album (CD) 1973 / 1989 0:10:01 Pop‑up) Hank Marr Smothered Soul Sounds From The Marr-ket Place (CD-R) 1968 Debut recording of James Blood Ulmer
Thanks to Wm. from Dumont
0:13:07 Pop‑up) Tim Buckley Monterey Starsailor (CD) 1970 0:18:01 Pop‑up) Rodgers & Hammerstein Oh What A Beautiful Morning Oklahoma (CD) * 1943 / 2018 OST
lead vocal Alfred Drake
0:23:54 Pop‑up) Hang Ups Waltz He's After Me (CD) 1993 0:25:00 Pop‑up) NRBQ Sit In My Lap Brass Tacks (CD) 2014 0:27:19 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
0:28:57 Pop‑up) John Mayall's Bluesbreakers She's Too Young Bare Wires (CD) 1968 R.I.P. drummer Jon Hiseman 0:38:01 Pop‑up) Jack Bruce Over The Cliff Things We Like (CD) 1970 w/Jon Hiseman, John Mclaughlin & Dick Heckstall-Smith 0:40:37 Pop‑up) Dovells Baby Workout You Can't Sit Down (LP) 1962 0:43:07 Pop‑up) Ranky Tanky That's Alright Ranky Tanky (CD) * 2017 0:45:15 Pop‑up) Shirley Ellis I See It, I Like It, I Want It Three Six Nine: The Best Of... (CD) * 1965 / 2018 0:50:12 Pop‑up) Piano Red Red's Boogie Diggin' The Boogie 1950-1956 (CD) 1950 / 2007 0:52:17 Pop‑up) Piano Red Rockin' With Red Diggin' The Boogie 1950-1956 (CD) * 1950 / 2007 0:54:48 Pop‑up) Daniels-Deason Sacred Harp Singers Hallelujah Religion Is A Fortune: Sacred Harp Singing (CD) 1928 / 2004 VAR 0:56:45 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
"Bob Brainen's Soul 'n RnB tape"
0:57:12 Pop‑up) Gene Clark That's What You Want Back Street Mirror (EP) * 1967 / 2018 Thanks to Pete Tomlinson 1:12:34 Pop‑up) Gene Clark Doctor Doctor Sings For You (MP3) * 1967 / 2018 Legendary recordings finally released yesterday. 1:16:09 Pop‑up) Free Design Jack In The Box Ad (MP3) ca '69 (?) Thanks to Gene Sculatti 1:18:34 Pop‑up) Pete Donnelly Blues Connotation Phases Of The Moon (CD) * 2018 1:19:40 Pop‑up) Herbie Nichols Double Exposure The Prophetic Herbie Nichols, Vol. 1 (CD) 1955 / 2016 1:21:54 Pop‑up) Del Shannon Sister Isabelle The Vintage Years (2LP) 1969 / 1975 1:24:46 Pop‑up) Bob Florence Big Band I Couldn't Live Without Your Love Pet Project: Plays Pet Clark Hits (LP) 1967 Thanks to Duane Miller 1:27:29 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
"frogs and more frogs" @ Joe Bauer's
1:28:24 Pop‑up) Gilbert O'Sullivan Clair Greatest Hits (CD) 1972 / 1991 1:38:26 Pop‑up) Church Sisters Of Skins and Hearts (CD) 1981 1:41:37 Pop‑up) Moby Grape Apocalypse 20 Granite Creek (CD) 1971 1:45:07 Pop‑up) The Sextet Of Orchestra USA Alabama Song Mack The Knife (LP) 1964 / Eric Dolphy - bass clarinet 1:48:37 Pop‑up) Ed Badeaux, Bob Stein w/campers Go Tell It on the Mountain Songs Of Camp (CD-R) 1959 Thanks to Wm. from Dumont 1:52:36 Pop‑up) David Greenberger & Bangalore Free Bus Pass How I Became Uncertain (CD) 2011 1:54:49 Pop‑up) Strawbs & Sandy Denny Always on my Mind All Our Own Work (LP) 1967 / 1973 1:56:42 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
"frogs and more frogs" @ Joe Bauer's
(* = new, The marked selections are from the Brainen Archive.)
9:01am Sig:m.youtube.com/watch?v=-dlCnQ7lBcE 9:01am dan:Good morning. 9:02am 1whoknewcthulhu:Good morning, Bob and all. And, what the hey, Happy Bloomsday! 9:03am dan:I forgot it was Bloomsday. I'll have to take out my copy of Ulysses later. 9:09am Doc Rock:Good Morning Bob & All Listeners. Hey Jeff! 9:13am dan:Hard to believe that Roy Wood is playing all the instruments on this song. 9:13am V Priceless:Roy!! 9:20am 1whoknewcthulhu:Damn! No one could wail like Tim Buckley (except, perhaps, his son Jeff). 9:24am dan:On a future show, you should play Richard Kiley's version of a "Oh What a Beautiful Morning". 9:29am SmokinJ:Mornin' Mr. B & all! 9:34am Cooh John:The world needs more show tunes. 9:37am Cooh John:Missed Hank Marr. From Cbus. 9:38am WilliamfromDumont:Morning Bob and all. Sad to hear about Jon Hiseman. DJ Fontana RIP as well. 9:38am dan:Glad to hear a tribute to Jon Hiseman. One of the most underrated drummers ever. This solo says it all:
9:43am doctorjazz:Nice to hear Jack Bruce in a jazz context... Stand up bass, sounds like. 9:45am duke:It's pretty hard to cover Jackie Wilson and do a decent job. This isn't bad. 10:03am ?:Yup, me too! NRBQ introduced me to Piano Red -- I have that CD. 10:26am rw:Woah. I remember that Jack In The Box jingle. If I remember correctly, one of the TV ads ended with a family in a convertible pulling through the drive-thru with a naked kid sitting on the car. (Come as you like, come as you are). I feel like I must be mis-remembering. Does that sound familiar to anyone? 10:27am rw:The implication being that you didn't have to get dressed up to go out to eat. You could just drive through and pick up your food. 10:39am dan:CLAIR!!!!!!!!!!!!! You read my mind Bob 10:42am Lixiviated Life:Wait. “Will you marry me uncle ray?” 10:42am Lixiviated Life:Dude. Creepy 10:42am WilliamfromDumont:The lyrics to this song: disturbing. 10:52am Bob Brainen:Nah, it was a more innocent era. Hey, Memphis by Chuck Berry, how old Was Marie? Like a "Mommy I want to marry you" sentiment....wait, that is creepy... 10:54am Jeff:Hey Doc, drove from Bklyn to NJ listening to WFMU all the way.
Thanks for making the drive more pleasant, Bob!
11:01am rw:Thanks BB! 1:09pm little boxes:Remembering passing up the burgers for the far tastier, upscale Jack in the Box "steak" sandwich in upstate New Paltz. Today the nearest locations are NC and Indianapolis (where in Ohio?), whatever their target market is. 1:25pm JoeChrisMorris:always good to hear Moby Grape, Bob! 11:33am little boxes:I think the top Jack in the Box burger was $1.89, the deluxe "steak" sandwich $2.29-$2.49 - worth the price difference 7:37pm miles:Can't stop listening to the Church song - sister