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Options November 24, 2020: Invisible Dreams

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Artist Track Album Label Year Approx. start time
The In-Theme          0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Nicky Cook  Shake Carrot Shake (2020)   Options unreleased track      0:01:58 (Pop‑up)
La 1919  Fuzzy Trance Theory   Options False Memory Syndrome  Artisti Del 900  2014  0:03:43 (Pop‑up)
Airlord  Clockwork Revenge   Options Clockwork Revenge  RE: Paisley Press  1977  0:06:00 (Pop‑up)
Perfect Vacuum  The Road to My Butcher   Options V.A.: Truc - 10. Instruments Imaginaires  TRUC  2020  0:12:39 (Pop‑up)
La 1919  FMS #1: Hawaii 5.0   Options False Memory Syndrome  Artisti Del 900  2014  0:15:11 (Pop‑up)
Roy Bailey & Leon Rosselson  Invisible Married Breakfast Blues   Options Love, Loneliness and Laundry  Fuse  1976  0:18:42 (Pop‑up)
ZICLA  Emanglons-Nous   Options V.A.: Truc - 10. Instruments Imaginaires  TRUC  2020  0:20:51 (Pop‑up)
N.A.O.  Sacred Dream Amongst Tears Broken   Options V.A.: Sensationnel No. 5  RE: Fractal  1987  0:26:36 (Pop‑up)
Larry Groce  Crescentville   Options Crescentville  Daybreak  1972  0:29:08 (Pop‑up)
Mike Hurst  Demolition Zone   Options Home  Capitol  1970  0:38:48 (Pop‑up)
Gentle Giant  Schooldays   Options Three Friends  RE: Columbia  1972  0:42:01 (Pop‑up)
Crack the Sky  Nuclear Apathy   Options Safety in Numbers  Lifesong  1978  0:49:33 (Pop‑up)
La 1919  Marion Crane   Options False Memory Syndrome  Artisti Del 900  2014  0:58:03 (Pop‑up)
Art in America  Art in America   Options Art in America  CBS/Pavillion  1983  1:01:03 (Pop‑up)
True West  Time and Time Again   Options True West  Warner Bros. Canada  1979  1:05:26 (Pop‑up)
Carlson Roberts  Sketches   Options Sketches  Olympic Gold  1984  1:10:17 (Pop‑up)
John Otway  Waiting (Waiting for You)   Options Where Did I Go Right?  Polydor  1979  1:13:47 (Pop‑up)
Marvin. Welch & Farrar  Far Away Falling   Options Second Opinion  Sire  1972  1:19:53 (Pop‑up)
Budgie  Wondering What Everyone Knows   Options In for the Kill!  MCA  1974  1:22:12 (Pop‑up)
Fringe Benefit  Patterns   Options Fringe Benefit  Capricorn  1977  1:25:04 (Pop‑up)
England Dan & John Ford Coley  Candles of Our Lives   Options Fables  A&M  1972  1:29:57 (Pop‑up)
Jam Factory  Mr. Slow   Options Sittin' in the Trap  Epic  1970  1:33:06 (Pop‑up)
New Zealand Trading Company  Jam and Anti-Freeze   Options New Zealand Trading Company  Memphis  1970  1:39:14 (Pop‑up)
Vanity Fare  Man Child   Options Early in the Morning  Page One  1970  1:43:27 (Pop‑up)
Jamie (Carr)  Merry Whims   Options Awakening  Capitol  1970  1:46:16 (Pop‑up)
Andy Roberts  Don't Get Me Wrong   Options With Everyone  Ampex  1971  1:49:00 (Pop‑up)
Mason Proffit  You Finally Found Your Love   Options Wanted  Happy Tiger  1970  1:53:33 (Pop‑up)
Brewer & Shipley  Rise Up (Easy Rider)   Options Weeds  Kama Sutra  1969  2:00:44 (Pop‑up)
Tucky Buzzard  Pictures   Options Allright on the Night  Passport  1973  2:04:03 (Pop‑up)
Andromeda  Go Your Way (1969) [bonus track]   Options Andromeda  RE: Repertoire  1969  2:07:34 (Pop‑up)
Chook  Cold Feet (1971)   Options V.A.: Psych Bites: Australian Acid Freakrock, 1967–1974, Vol. 1  Past & Present Records  2009  2:10:37 (Pop‑up)
Stray  Alright Ma!   Options Mudanzas  Transatlantic  1973  2:13:44 (Pop‑up)
Boxer  Loony Ali   Options Below the Belt  Virgin  1975  2:16:53 (Pop‑up)
Crack the Sky  She's a Dancer   Options Crack the Sky  Lifesong  1975  2:20:49 (Pop‑up)
Spectrum  Virgin's Tale   Options Milesago  RE: Black Rose  1971  2:24:44 (Pop‑up)
Notes from the Underground  Down in the Basement   Options Notes from the Underground  Vanguard  1968  2:28:13 (Pop‑up)
Pascal Comelade  Danse Nocturne de Jeunes Mauresques....   Options V.A.: Truc - 10. Instruments Imaginaires  TRUC  2020  2:30:27 (Pop‑up)
OTEME  Chiudere Quella Porta   Options Un Saluto alle Nuvole  Ma.Ra.Cash  2020  2:31:41 (Pop‑up)
Nguyen & Transitory  No Such Thing As Terra Nullius   Options V.A.: Truc - 10. Instruments Imaginaires  TRUC  2020  2:34:49 (Pop‑up)
John Cage  Primitive (1942)   Options Margaret Leng Tan: Sonic Encounters  Mode  1988  2:46:01 (Pop‑up)
Luc-André Marcel  Danse de l'oiseau de Barbarie (1962)   Options Estelle Lemire: Ondes  SNE  1997  2:49:10 (Pop‑up)
The Out-Theme  Gelbart: My Favorite Vacation [part of] + Die Trip Computer Die: Airborn [part of]   Options       2:58:38 (Pop‑up)

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Avatar 6:11pm Tony Coulter:

Hello all! Today's playlist art is by Tom Wesselmann.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:00pm listener james from westwood:

Good Tuesday, Tony and all!
Avatar 12:01pm Tony Coulter:

Hiya, James!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:01pm Cmurtha:

That cat puts off some murderous energy. I dig it this piece though. Howdy everyone.
Avatar 12:01pm Tony Coulter:

Hey, hey, Cmurtha!
Avatar 12:01pm Sem:

Hello, Tony, Listener James, and Cmurtha!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:02pm Yvang:

Hello Tony and Coulterians!
Avatar 12:02pm Tony Coulter:

Hola, Sem and Yvang!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:20pm spodiodi:

good morning, Tony and everyone!
Avatar 12:21pm Tony Coulter:

Greets, Spodi!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:21pm spodiodi:

james, Cmurtha, S'em, Yvang *tips hat*
Avatar 12:23pm Sem:

*twirls propeller on beanie* Hey, S'pod'di
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:23pm spodiodi:

you got a little lift there, S'em!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:24pm spodiodi:

(nice hat)
Avatar 12:24pm Sem:

Dad sold it to me on his deathbed.
Avatar 12:25pm Tony Coulter:

Well, the afterlife is expensive.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:25pm spodiodi:

money well spent
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:26pm Yvang:

I love the Truc!
Avatar 12:29pm Sem:

N.A.O. has seized my attention!
Avatar 12:29pm Tony Coulter:

@ Yvang: How exactly would you translate "truc"? I know it means "thing" in French, but I suspect it has some extra shade of meaning.
Avatar 12:30pm Tony Coulter:

Maybe "trifle"?
  12:30pm Mark Williams:

a N.A.O. to Larry Groce transition is where it's at. Heya Tony and everyone.
Avatar 12:31pm Tony Coulter:

Hey, Mark!
Avatar 12:31pm Tony Coulter:

Larry Groce -- Jim's Croce's brother by another letter.
Avatar 12:33pm Tony Coulter:

From here on in, today's show will mostly be spent in Crescentville -- meaning, my basement stash of forgotten LPs.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:33pm Yvang:

Truc means thing or stuff. No extra shade except for an emphasis on the lack of precision. In other situations "trucs" means menstruation.
Avatar 12:34pm Tony Coulter:

Aha. Thanks!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:34pm Sweet Corn Lizzie:

Howdy! Good thing that cat can't talk about what it sees.
Avatar 12:40pm Tony Coulter:

Hiya, Sweet Corn!
Avatar 12:43pm Tony Coulter:

Good thing for the cat's person, yes -- but I wouldn't mind hearing about it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:44pm spodiodi:

i agree with Sweet Corn Lizzie (good morning!) and Tony
  12:45pm Mark R:

I remember in high school if you were into King Crimson or ELP or something, some guy would always say, "Hey, man, have you heard GENTLE GIANT?" Such conversations often took place in the woods behind the school while burning a post-lunch bowl.
Avatar 12:46pm Tony Coulter:

Ha! Heya, Mark R!
Avatar 12:48pm Tony Coulter:

Too bad my high school didn't have woods behind it....
  12:48pm Mark R:

My basement stash of vinyl (which means it was cut off around 1990-ish) is an interesting rabbit hole also. Interested in hearing what you were into 20-50 years ago.
Avatar 12:48pm HollyRT:

Hola, TC and gang!
Avatar 12:48pm Tony Coulter:

Hey there, Holly!
  12:51pm Mark R:

Well, substitute whatever cubbyhole or hiding place where you blazed up in your case. We had a driver's ed mini-parking lot where we'd practice driving before we were ready for the streets, and there was a little building there where they'd teach us the rules and show us horrifying films like "Death on the Highway" (actual title), which showed gruesome footage of mangled, bloody dead teenage bodies to scare us straight and traumatize us into being careful, defensive drivers. And THAT building had ample woodage behind it.
  12:54pm Mark R:

So far, Gentle Giant is the only band on your playlist I've actually heard of. Which is par for the course. I'm enjoying your show immensely. The unifying theme seems to be songs that unabashedly feature several distinct sections to them, a la a SYMPHONY, to which they seem to be aspiring. Less talented musicians would characterize these masterpieces as "pretentious," holding that their mastery of only three chords qualified them as "authentic" rock & roll.
Avatar 12:54pm Tony Coulter:

Some of my basement records are things I only bought a few years ago -- for a buck or something -- but they went straight into my basement anyway, after just the briefest needle drop. I've been trying to get a handle on it all.
  12:55pm Mark R:

Even if you bought them yesterday, I'm guessing they have original release dates in the 70s or 80s.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:56pm Stanley:

Avatar 12:57pm Tony Coulter:

@ Mark R: They do! Glad you're enjoying 'em.
Avatar 12:58pm Tony Coulter:

Avatar 1:02pm HollyRT:

Ho-lee shit, Art in America! I used to hear this song in high school on one of the local college rock stations, loved it.
Avatar 1:03pm HollyRT:

never noticed how much this sounds like early-80s Genesis
Avatar 1:04pm Tony Coulter:

Yeah, it's definitely prog-o-delic. Just this one song, though -- not the rest of the album.
Avatar 1:08pm Tony Coulter:

Supposedly, this True West LP was the first rock record to be recorded digitally.
  1:10pm Mark R:

They used to make a big fucking deal about that: D-D-D! Mostly classical albums did it. Now everybody's like, "It's analog, man, with tube amplifiers. It's BEAUTIFUL. But you have to listen it on a Victrola to really 'get' it."
Avatar 1:14pm Tony Coulter:

It's the music, not the meat ... I mean, medium.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:15pm spodiodi:

hipsters are never satisfied, Mark R
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:16pm Stanley:

Great to hear John Otway.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:18pm spodiodi (nucularly pathetic):

Crack the Sky was nice
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:19pm spodiodi (nucularly pathetic):

loha, Stanley
Avatar 1:22pm Tony Coulter:

@ spodi: Glad you liked it. I'll be playing something else by Crack the Sky later on.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:25pm spodiodi (nucularly pathetic):

sweet, Tony. i'm all ears
Avatar 1:27pm Tony Coulter:

By the way, most of today's basement LPs are also real cheapies -- they can still easily be gotten for (sometimes well) under $10.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:35pm KevinfromBayRidge:

Hello Tony & Alles. Just switched over the the Mothership and I'm very happy that I did!
Avatar 1:37pm Tony Coulter:

Hey, Kevin! Glad you made the switch!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:37pm KevinfromBayRidge:

Little Chapinesque here.
Avatar 1:41pm Tony Coulter:

Whereas this New Zealand Trading Company track has a bit of an early Soft Machine sound in parts, imo.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:48pm KevinfromBayRidge:

Definitely glad that you did the basement dig. Shades of your terrestrial FMU shows of yore.
Avatar 1:50pm Tony Coulter:

True! I am feeling a link to the kind of shows I did years ago. I'm going to keep digging down there, and will give my audio reports from time to time.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:53pm KevinfromBayRidge:

Inspiring but not so much that I'll brave my subterranean depths!
Avatar 1:56pm Tony Coulter:

Oddly, the vocals here remind me of Tina Meltzer of Serpent Power should-be fame.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:03pm listener james from westwood:

Glad to hear a track past B&S's usual big hit!
Avatar 2:05pm Tony Coulter:

That track may be as rockin' as they ever got.
Avatar 2:05pm ynod:

Hey Tony and listeners in tow. !
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:06pm Doug Schulkind:

Tucky is actually Buzzard's middle name. His first name is Ken.
Avatar 2:06pm Tony Coulter:

Hiya, Dony Ynod!
Avatar 2:07pm Tony Coulter:

Ahoy, Doug!
  2:12pm captain mike:

These guys musta taught Spinal Tap AND Metallica their chops
Avatar 2:12pm Tony Coulter:

Ahoy, Cap'n Mike!
  2:13pm captain mike:

Forward Aftly Sir!
Avatar 2:14pm Listening Out There:

@captain mike: ...and maybe Grand Funk Railroad, as well...
Avatar 2:15pm Tony Coulter:

Hey there, L.O.T.!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:23pm spodiodi:

liking "She's a Dancer" too, Tony. came back to check the track list... confirmed: Crack the Sky sounds nice to me. thanks, Tony!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:24pm spodiodi:

new to me as of today
Avatar 2:28pm Tony Coulter:

Apparently, they're still recording and performing!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:29pm spodiodi:

wow, cool!
Avatar 2:30pm Tony Coulter:

Here's today's theme song.
Avatar 2:31pm Tony Coulter:

(the Notes from the Underground, I mean)
Avatar 2:32pm Tony Coulter:

But also my farewell to the basement....
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:33pm spodiodi:

*waves by the the basement* was a good run
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:34pm spodiodi:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:53pm Doug Schulkind:

More delightful radio is in store for you today on your 24-hour Drummer Stream.

Up next, 3-7pm (ET)
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Followed by, 7-10pm (ET)
THE LONG RALLY with Scott McDowell
Filling in for Neighbors Noise:
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Followed by, 10pm-Midnight (ET)
THE LONG WAY HOME with Kris Holmes
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If you keep it tuned to Give the Drummer Radio, you can't go wrong (but you will go LONG)!
Avatar 2:55pm Tony Coulter:

Here's Julie's playlist: wfmu.org...
Avatar 2:55pm Tony Coulter:

(ah, Doug just added it)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:57pm spodiodi:

thanks, Tony!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:57pm Doug Schulkind:

Ah, Tony!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:58pm Shaw:

Thanks for a great show Tony! Been listening since the beginning while I work. Look forward to it every week!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:58pm Yvang:

Thanks, Tony!
Avatar 2:59pm ynod:

thanx TC
Avatar 2:59pm Tony Coulter:

Thanks, Shaw!
Avatar 2:59pm Tony Coulter:

See you, everybody!
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