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Music of all kinds that hits me in the pit of my stomach, all arranged to find your sweet spot, too. Plus radio shows from the 1940s & 1950s: dramas, mysteries, sci-fi, detectives, and more.

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Options February 24, 2002: Show 148 (listen to entire show / each individual set / each individual song)

The start and end times of each song and set are exact.

Show time: 3 AM - 6 AM


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Artist Track Album Comments Special
 
Set 1: quiet, but not always gentle. (Listen to this set: )
Yann Tomita  "Magic Music Of The Spheres" (CD #2, track 6) (Listen: )   Options Music For Living Sound: Cool Sounds From Real Life  A 23 minute, somehow spaced-out in its own way recording of a wind harp.   
Amy Denio & Petunia  "Hopeful Id" (track 3) (Listen: )   Options To Lie Tenderly  Gentle and quiet.   
John Bischoff  "Immaterial States" (track 6) (Listen: )   Options Music From Mills 2001  The piece made me imagine a plane, slowly flying up through the clouds and then back down. And it's all based on a looped segment of whispered text.   
Six Organs Of Admittance  "Regeneration" (track 2) (Listen: )   Options Dark Noontide  Warm and quiet.   
 
 
Background music played during mic break:
Les Chakachas  "Love is like a Violin" (track 4) (Listen: )   Options Arriba!  Another monster from Les Chakachas. Gigantic sound. Imagine it's the slow song at the record hop....    
 
 
Set 2: the old radio show portion of the evening.
Hall Of Fantasy  "The Tell-Tale Heart" (Listen: )   Options -  A fantastic performance, and really over the top. A definitive example of grade B horror. Originally broadcast on June 1, 1953.  ***  
 
 
Background music played during mic break:
Les Chakachas  "Love is like a Violin" (track 4) (Listen: )   Options Arriba!  Another monster from Les Chakachas. Gigantic sound. Imagine it's the slow song at the record hop....    
 
 
Set 3: occasionally ominous and throbbing psych, psych rock. (Listen to this set: )
Makoto Kawabata & Richard Youngs  (no title) (track 3) (Listen: )   Options Makoto Kawabata & Richard Youngs  Fairly quiet, a little spaced, sharp and shimmering.   
Experimental Audio Research  "In The Cold Light Of Day" (track 3) (Listen: )   Options Beyond The Pale  Fairly quiet, a little warmer and fuller sound in gradual waves.   
Troum  "Dhren" (track 2: faded out by -0:55) (Listen: )   Options Tjukurrpa (Pt. 2)  Quiet, ominous start, builds a little in intensity, low-key throbbing.   
Black Sun Ensemble  "whirlpool ocean" (track 7) (Listen: )   Options Hymn Of The Master  Heading in the rock direction.   
Brother JT  "Jesus Guitar/1st Thoughts" (track 1: begun at -3:04, ended at -0:57) (Listen: )   Options Maybe We Should Take Some More?     
MC 5  "Looking At You" (track 1) (Listen: )   Options Power Trip  Even though recorded in a studio and not before an audience, they still had plenty of raw power. Great.    
 
 
Background music played during mic break:
Les Chakachas  "Love is like a Violin" (track 4) (Listen: )   Options Arriba!  Another monster from Les Chakachas. Gigantic sound. Imagine it's the slow song at the record hop....    
 
 
Set 4: From long, dark & acidy to heavy rock. (Listen to this set: )
Pacific 231  "Montreal 85 (LP Original) (track 1: ended at -0:45) (Listen: )   Options Power Assume  Dark, acid, some sharp edges, pretty druggy, builds to climax then quiets down.   
Sunn  "Death Becomes You" (track 2: ended at -1:00) (Listen: )   Options Flight Of The Behemoth  Heavy, sustained, instrumental.   
Howl In The Typewriter  (no title) (track 5) (Listen: )   Options Grand Theft Audio  Steady, a bit of an edge, urgent.   
Nerve Agents  "The Poisoning" (track 8) (Listen: )   Options Give 'Em The Boot III (various artists)  On the fast and heavy side.   
 
 
Background music played during mic break:
Les Chakachas  "Love is like a Violin" (track 4) (Listen: )   Options Arriba!  Another monster from Les Chakachas. Gigantic sound. Imagine it's the slow song at the record hop....   
 
 
Set 5: a quiet way to end the show. (Listen to this set: )
Sequentia  "O Virgo Ecclesia" (track 13) (Listen: )   Options Hildegard Von Bingen: Voice Of The Blood  Quite beautiful. And only 900 years...young.   
Rabih Abou-Khalil  "Fraises et Creme Fraiche" (track 3) (Listen: )   Options The Cactus Of Knowledge  Fairly quiet, prominent cello.   
Augustus Pablo  "Kushites Dub" (track 2) (Listen: )   Options Valley Of Jehosaphat     

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