Monday, April 16, 2012

Playlist April 20 2012

Records With A Mint Jelly Glaze

The German Art Students “Dick Clark” from Name-Droppers — So Long Dick -L

Lambchop “Guess I'm Dumb” from Mr. M — Vinyl only track - Brian Wilson Cover -N

Brian Wilson “Rainbow Eyes” from Gettin' In Over My Head

Roxy Music “Angel Eyes” from Manifesto — 1st Version

Spiritualized “Little Girl” from Sweet Heart, Sweet Light -N

Chuck Prophet “Little Girl, Little Boy” from Temple Beautiful -N

John & Jackie “Little Girl” Single (1958) Aladdin

The Syndicate of Sound “Little Girl” Single (1966) Bell

Donovan “Superlungs” from Troubadour —First Version

XTC “Grass” from Skylarking

The Small Faces “Itchycoo Park” Single (1967) Immediate

The Small Faces “The Universal” from The Autumn Stone — Last recording with Steve Marriott Who Died on this date in 1991

Jack Kerouac “On The Road excerpt” from Reads On The Road — Recorded sometime in the late 50's

Kevin Tihista “Jack K” from On This Dark Street -N

The Jefferson Hankerchief “I'm Allergic To Flowers” Single (1967) Challenge

Mikal Cronin “Am I Wrong?” Single (2012) Permanent Records -N

Ty Segall “It's A Problem” Single (2012) Permanent Records — Coming To Madison - N

Treefort “Waterproof” from Tres Fort - N -L

The Lonesome Savages “Got Love If You Want It” EP (2012) Kind Turkey -N -L

Le Hoodoo Gurus “Leilani” Single (1982) Phantom — 1st Version

Laura Nyro “Stoned Soul Picnic” from Eli & The Thirteenth Confession

Todd Rundgren “Baby Let's Swing” from Runt — Full Version

Julia Holter “Marienbad” from Ekstasis -N

Lambchop “Gone Tomorrow” from Mr. M N

Bob Dylan “I Threw It All Away” from Nashville Skyline Outtake

The Grateful Dead “Brown Eyed Women” from Europe 72 — Wembley Empire Pool London April 8 1972 -N

Levon Helm “Tennesee Jed” from Electric Dirt — Prayers and Best Wishes

Levon Helm & The Hawks “He Don't Love You (And He'll Break Your Heart)” Single (1965) Atco — Early Single

The Go-Betweens “Bye Bye Pride” from Tallulah

Allo Darlin' “Tallulah” from Europe — Based on the Go Betweens Album "Tallulah" -N

Lambchop “The Man Who Loved Beer” from How I Quit Smoking

Lambchop “Gettysburg Address” from Treasure Chest Of The Enemy — 2002 US Tour CD

Creedence Clearwater Revival “Run Through The Jungle” Single (1970) Fantasy Records — Single released on this date 1970

Dr John “Ice Age” from Locked Down -N

The Black Keys “Tighten Up” from Brothers 10" EP — Easy Eye version

Lambchop “Up With People” from Live At XX Merge — Live July 24th 2009

The Bee Gees “In My Own Time” from Bee Gees' 1st (1967) — Revolver sound

The Bee Gees “Ring My Bell” from Horizontal Deluxe — Unreleased Rec 1967

The Bee Gees “Red Chair Fade Away” from Bee Gees' 1st (1967) — Get Better Robin Gibb

The Bee Gees “Deeply Deeply Me” from Horizontal Deluxe — Unreleased rec 1967 Psychedelic!!

Lambchop “Never My Love” from Mr. M -N

The Association “Never My Love” Single (1967) Warner Bros

Bo Diddley “Pretty Thing” from Bo Diddley: The Chess Box — Rec 1955

The Pretty Things “Pretty Thing” from The Pretty Things (1965)

David Bowie “Oh, You Pretty Things” from Hunky Dory

Spiritualized “So Long You Pretty Things” from Sweet Heart, Sweet Light -N

Monday, April 09, 2012

Playlist April 13 2012

More Sugar! Let's Eat

The Firesign Theatre “Peter Bergman Tribute” — Special Guest Host Rick Murphy
from 8-9pm

"The American Pageant"
"40 Great Unclaimed Melodies"
"High School Madness!"
"Giant Toad"

"The Further Adventures Of Nick Danger"
"Bob's Brazerko Lounge"

In the Spring of 1971, The Firesign Theatre recorded their 4th Album "I Think We're All Bozos On This Bus". Burnt out after 4 years of non stop radio shows, recording, writing, and touring. To satisfy demand, The foursome agreed to trawl through the tapes of their KPFK Radio series "Dear Friends" 21 broadcasts from September 1970 to February 1971, The highlights were issued in February 1972 as "Dear Friends". In the Fall of 1971, The Firesign Theatre agreed to produce 12 episodes of a new radio series called "Let's Eat"(named after an abandoned Movie Project). You can hear in the excerpts broadcast tonight the Firesign Theatre revisiting old characters (Mark Time) and working up characters and story lines that would find fruition in later album projects. After being passed around on aircheck tapes for years, The Radio era 1970-2 was collected in the Book and DVD "Duke Of Madness Motors" seeland records 2010.
Remember, Everything You Know Is Wrong,

“The TV Set is my shepherd, Fiscal Lord's Prayer” 11/18/1971
“Earth Penguin, Animals Singing on the radio” (Partial) — 2/17/1972
“The City of the future” — 11/18/1971
“Eddie Campos' Lemon Car, Out of control” — 11/11/1971
“Gangster for capitalism” — 11/18/1971
“Bird of Prey Motors, The New Adventures of Mark Time” — 11/11/1971
“Lorraine Lorraine” — 3/30/1972
“Louis Marshman Editorial, Dope Humor of the 70's” — 2/10/1972
“Taratittat Time, Little Sexlang” — 12/16/1971
“Cows come to America, Unmarked Marching Bands in the Coliseum” — 1/20/1972
“General Blame's speech. I was Hitler's dog doctor” — 3/30/1972

“The Dr Beanbag Show” — 12/9/1971
“23rd Nixon Psalm” — 1/6/1972
“Gary Firesign for Mr Romano of Hollywood” — 11/11/1971
“W.C. Fields for President” — 12/9/1971
“The family bund meeting” — 11/18/1971
“Dr. Zombie's Physical Culture Hour, The Diaphragm” — 1/13/1971

“Time Capsules, Multiple Identity girl” — 2/3/1972
“Gramp's World” — 11/18/1971
“Chester Crocker's commencement address” — 11/11/1971
“All American Football Crusade” — 1/6/1972
“Japanese music break” — 12/16/1972
“Int-Arach” — 3/30/1972
“Woman's Army Corps” — 1/6/1972
“Listening Pleasure” — 12/16/1971
“Eye am a Poem” — 1/6/1972
“Mr Trashman Chant” — 2/10/1972
“The show that never began” — 2/3/1972