Options The Ed Shepp Radio Experiment: Playlist from July 29, 2005 Options

Each week Ed Shepp and his guests explore a theme plucked randomly from the perfume cloud over Macy's. May include (but is not limited to) talking, music, turkey sounds and eargasmic eclectitude.

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Options July 29, 2005: Yadda Yadda Yadda Dada





The theme for this show was Yadda Yadda Yadda Dada. My guest was 20th Century Art Expert Greg Newton.




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Artist Track Album Comments
  Theme (Listen: )     It's me theme! 
 
Greg Newton Speaks (Listen to this set: )
Ed Shepp  Conversation 1.0 (Listen: )   Options Bling  This piece was definitely in the spirit of dadaism. I got all the text for it by copying different phrases from numberless websites and mashing them together. 
  Checking In with 30 Caramel Butter Tea Lights (Listen: )     text by Alan Thomas 
Ed Shepp  My Name Is Bling (Listen: )   Options Bling  This was recorded before I knew that 'bling' had a meaning. I just liked the sound of the word. After I'd finished the CD, I told my roommate at the time that I'd discovered bling had a meaning, and he claimed to already know. 'Why didn't you tell me bling meant something?!' I asked him that, but he said he thought I knew too. LIES! He didn't know what bling meant! 
Tony Robbins  [text] (Listen: )   Options   Tony Robbins checks in 
Negativland  The &#169 Is for Stupid (Listen: )   Options   This song has references to anarchy, so it fits in great with the Dada theme. 
  Observations by Ed Shepp (Listen: )      
 
Greg Newton Speaks (Listen to this set: )
Ed Shepp  Ode #453.11 (Listen: )   Options Superpowerpusssy   
  Laundry Spider (Listen: )     an excerpt from a short story by Alan Thomas 
  Ed Shepp's Scenes from a Life (Listen: )      
 
Greg Newton Speaks (Listen to this set: )
Ed Shepp  Conversation 2.0 (Listen: )   Options Images of Rapture from the Boggle Woggle   
 
Greg Newton Speaks (Listen to this set: )
Yaz  I Before E Except After C (Listen: )   Options Upstairs at Eric's  I listened to this album constantly back in the 80s. I used to love this song. 
 
Greg Newton Speaks (Listen to this set: )
  Lind Say Lo Han (Listen: )     This plays under Greg, but it's worth mentioning. It's an experiment within the (dada) experiment within the (radio) experiment. Basically I'm testing a tenet of my Lindsay Lohan-based religion--the idea that if you chant Lindsay Lohan's name, then it helps attract more of her fame energy into your life. It's a small part of the religion, though. If this experiment is successful, then my fame energy should build progressively everytime someone hears it. By the end of the year, I should have my own island. 
Nicole Kidman  Nicole Kidman Loves to Dance (Listen: )   Options   Nicole Kidman loves to dance. She crazy. 
Dan Deacon  (Listen: )     How bout I can't remember the album or song name! Gak! 
 
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