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Options June 26, 2009: Frankenstein Dreams of White Toast

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
KLAUS FLUORIDE  Scarlet Ribbons   Options The Light Is Flickering (1991)  0:00:00 ()
MAUVE SIDESHOW  Hide in the Rain   Options Mauve Sideshow [original version]  0:02:07 ()
GREG JOHNSON  Half of Heaven   Options V.A.: Children of the Generator  0:06:22 ()
CHALIS  And You Alone   Options One Small Chance (1975)  0:10:14 ()
MEADOW HOUSE  Midgefly Larvae Lover   Options Tongue Under a Ton of Nine Volters  0:13:43 ()
SANTO  Trick or Treat   Options The American Way (1985)  0:15:50 ()
LEMON KITTENS  Bookburner   Options Spoonfed & Writhing  0:19:39 ()
HOLIDAY CLOCKS  Hatbox   Options Holiday Clocks (1988)  0:21:40 ()
SEEDS  Flower Lady and Her Assistant   Options Future [RIP Sky Saxon]  0:23:20 ()
JADE  My Mary (More Than Ever)   Options Faces of Jade (1970)  0:26:49 ()
PYRHANHA  Soleil   Options Pyrhanha (1973)  0:35:22 ()
DOC WIR MIRRAN  Laughing at Nudity   Options The Music of Blood  0:38:35 ()
TOCABIOL  Ma Mia Maria   Options Es El, Es Ela (1978)  0:43:12 ()
CHRIS TURNER  Dusk   Options Harmonicas  0:46:27 ()
DEUX PINGOUINS  A Cretin Mechant Cretin T'as Gagne Maintenant   Options Le Bruit du Fond  0:49:52 ()
ARMPIT  Duck   Options A Thursday Afternoon at Bob's House (1977)  1:04:13 ()
BYRON BLACK/ LIVING OBJECTS  Car Don't Work   Options The Unexpected (1982)  1:06:45 ()
RICHIE BALANCE  Rock 'n' Roll Hell   Options V.A.: Rhino Royale  1:08:54 ()
CRYSTAL FUTURES  Rockers   Options The Truth (1983)  1:11:22 ()
TREFETHEN  The I Don't Want to Go to Work Waltz   Options Am I Stupid or Am I Great?/ It's All Mom's Fault (1980)  1:15:02 ()
SUBLIMINAL FARMS (THOMAS P. & BETH BACON)  You've Got Prescription Theology   Options Subliminal Farms (1990)  1:17:50 ()
DAVID LEE JR.  Love Parable   Options Evolution (1974)  1:21:36 ()
CHALIS  Hand in Hand   Options Chalis (1975)  1:24:44 ()
MICHAEL QUATRO  Children of Tomorrow   Options Dancers, Romancers, Dreamers & Schemers (1976)  1:28:03 ()
JEFF HARMON  To the Core/ Making It Up to You   Options To the Core (1979)  1:36:30 ()
DAVID ARVEDON  Just the Right State of Mind   Options In Search of the Most Unforgettable Tree We Ever Met  1:42:17 ()
DAVE HALFORD  For Me Too Long   Options Tulesburg (1973)  1:44:37 ()
JUDAS & NATASHA EXPERIMENTS  Hope for the Best   Options (Not Everyone's) Cup of Tea (1991)  1:46:51 ()
GREEN GRASS  Honey Baby   Options Green Grass i Aalborg (1971)  1:52:36 ()
RAQUETTE LAKE GIRLS CAMP  White Toast   Options Melodic Memories (1973)  1:56:36 ()
NEON LEON  Heart of Stone   Options 7" (1979)  1:56:47 ()
DOODLES WEAVER  Eleanor Rigby   Options V.A.: Dr. Demento's Delights  2:00:33 ()
DUKE TINTLE  I Love Everything About Her   Options 7"  2:04:28 ()
PARZIVAL  Change Your Mind [bonus track]   Options Legend  2:11:12 ()
REMO FOUR  Sing Hallelujah   Options V.A.: That Driving Beat: U.K. Freakbeat Rarities  2:13:23 ()
MANTRA  Depend on Somebody   Options Mantra (1970)  2:17:01 ()
MELVIN VAN PEEBLES / ESTELLE PARSONS  Where Are the Children   Options Soundtrack: Watermelon Man (1970)  2:20:53 ()
HOLIDAY CLOCKS  Ma Petite Vashe   Options Holiday Clocks (1988)  2:24:22 ()
PHILIPPE FARRE  Tu M'avais Promis de M'attendre   Options Les Aiguilles du Temps (1977)  2:25:54 ()
WE FIVE  Any Old Time   Options The Return of We Five (1969)  2:28:58 ()
MORNING STAR  The First Day   Options Message from the Throne (1975)  2:36:53 ()
VESUVIOUS  Dream of Youth   Options V.A.: WKQX Hometown Album (1977)  2:40:33 ()
STEVE MAY  Blue Eyed Baby   Options V.A.: Soundscape Long Island: Today, Tomorrow and Always (1980)  2:44:28 ()
JEFF HARMON  Morning Stillness   Options To the Core (1979)  2:47:21 ()
EXTENDED ORGAN  Frankenstein   Options XOXO  2:50:21 ()

Listener comments!

  Fri. 6/26/09 9:01am annie:

morning tony!
  Fri. 6/26/09 9:03am fishmonkeystew the Blasphemer:

Though I respect his skills, I am not a Michael Jackson fan. Thank you.
  Fri. 6/26/09 9:03am Tony C:

Morning, Annie -- and everyone else!
  Fri. 6/26/09 9:04am annie:

:) > FMS
  Fri. 6/26/09 9:06am Bad Ronald:

Dude had some mad pipes, pass the Jesus Juice...
  Fri. 6/26/09 9:10am frenchee:

don't forget Farrah.

loved that scarlet ribbons piece, Tony. Good to hear you!
  Fri. 6/26/09 9:10am fishmonkeystew:

And he sure could boogie on down. But still. Tony's show is a nice break from the media frenzy that has ensued.
  Fri. 6/26/09 9:11am The High Council of Michael Believers:

We sentence FMS the blasphemer to a one-week wearing of the single glove, or a month of wearing the catcher's shin-guards.
  Fri. 6/26/09 9:11am Tony C:

And don't forget Sky Saxon....
  Fri. 6/26/09 9:12am Bad Ronald:

  Fri. 6/26/09 9:13am fishmonkeystew:

Yeah, don't forget Farrah (that made me sad).

The High Council of Michael Believers-> How do you know that I'm not already wearing a single, sparkly glove, AND catcher's shin-guards?
  Fri. 6/26/09 9:14am Bad Ronald:

Hand firmly placed on groin area?
  Fri. 6/26/09 9:15am annie:

that's when he started to get creepy.
  Fri. 6/26/09 9:15am doug from aquarius:

A Sky Saxon tribute would be great.
  Fri. 6/26/09 9:16am doug from dc:

Not aquarius records, the age of aquarius.
  Fri. 6/26/09 9:17am annie:

i read about sky saxon in arthur. i'm not familiar with him.
  Fri. 6/26/09 9:18am annie:

  Fri. 6/26/09 9:20am Jeffersonic:

May we also pay tribute to Ed McMahon's resonant baritone chuckle-cluck?
  Fri. 6/26/09 9:21am PMD:

Morning all. Thanks in advance Tony for getting me to noon.
  Fri. 6/26/09 9:27am HCMB:

FMS - We know because we've been watching you and already had you marked for reorientation. Today you can understand that a very public "come to Jacko" moment is necessary.
  Fri. 6/26/09 9:27am fishmonkeystew:

I didn't even know that Sky died. Bummer.
  Fri. 6/26/09 9:28am AJ:

Sky died too
  Fri. 6/26/09 9:34am Lou:

I was affected by James Brown, Syd Barrett but not MJ...I'm with you Tony. Was it Sky Saxon who said "if a song takes longer than 20 minutes to write it's not worth writing"?
  Fri. 6/26/09 9:40am Tony C:

Which is not say people can't post about MJ if they so wish!
  Fri. 6/26/09 9:40am north guinea hills:

I always thought MJ did some good stuff w/ the Chicago Bulls.
  Fri. 6/26/09 9:44am fishmonkeystew the Heretic:

Actually, I expected the Mothership to swoop in to pick up MJ. I'm still waiting.

On another subject altogether, one of my co-workers just told me that the reason it's raining so much here in New England is the erupting volcanoes in Alaska. He kept calling it "Nuclear Winter". I think he's been mislead. I told him it was because of the death of MJ.
  Fri. 6/26/09 9:53am dc pat:

yeah let's hear it for Sky! We won't hear anything anywhere else.
  Fri. 6/26/09 9:58am dc pat:

it's funny--somebody (Carmichael?) mentioned reading J. Conrad's Sea Stories, so I looked into it. This piece is perfect background music for those stories.
  Fri. 6/26/09 10:06am PMD:

OH, I love this duck song!!!
  Fri. 6/26/09 10:26am GP:

Morning all, been out for a bit of vacation...The world sure changes fast when you are not watching the news.
  Fri. 6/26/09 10:28am Cecile:

Hello, all!
Hello, Tony!
  Fri. 6/26/09 10:29am annie:

GP- great you had some time off.. cecile, good morning!
  Fri. 6/26/09 10:36am Cecile:

I know four artist on this playlist. Try harder, Tony.

  Fri. 6/26/09 10:37am doug from dc:

I've got that Michael Quatro album Paintings where he does Court of the Crimson King w/Ted Nugent guesting on guitar. It is def cheesy, but curiosity got the better of me.
  Fri. 6/26/09 10:39am Cecile:

I used to see those albums in bins for years.
He always had his shirt off on all album covers and would be in some kind of cheescake hippie mystic post
  Fri. 6/26/09 10:39am ?:

I really want to know whether Sir Paul is going to try and buy his songs back
  Fri. 6/26/09 10:42am Michael Jackson:

I bequeathed the Beatles' back catalog to Bubbles the Chimpanzee.
  Fri. 6/26/09 10:43am The Walrus:

..And who's going to stop me?
  Fri. 6/26/09 10:44am Cecile:

I always loved how the Mighty Boosh TV show had a shaman who looked like Michael Jackson, and his best mate was a talking gorilla.
  Fri. 6/26/09 10:46am Devin:

Guten morgen ya'll's.
  Fri. 6/26/09 10:49am annie and everyone else..:

morning devin!
  Fri. 6/26/09 10:56am Carmichael:

Good morning Tony and fellow MJ frenzy avoiders. Jesus, try living in the middle of it. Pretty soon I think they'll cut up chunks of pavement that he may have once trodden upon, for sale and/or adulation.

Whoever posted the link yesterday to The Seeds on The Mothers in Law, that was excellent, thanks. I miss Kaye Ballard and Eve Arden. Sort of.

And any show that begins a Klaus Flouride solo track will be great! Perhaps it will end with some East Bay Ray?
  Fri. 6/26/09 11:02am holland oats:

  Fri. 6/26/09 11:03am Cecile:

Eleanor Rigby is too good a song to mess up, but God Bless Doodles for trying.
  Fri. 6/26/09 11:05am Steve Gugel:

MORE DOODLES!!!! Please?
  Fri. 6/26/09 11:06am annie:

i will always love the "shaggy dog" brick joke.
  Fri. 6/26/09 11:07am Devin:

More Doodles indeed...
  Fri. 6/26/09 11:08am GP:

Ah..Dr, Demento...remember LATE nights trying to tape the show with my portable Radio Shack cassette recorder.
  Fri. 6/26/09 11:09am annie:

GP- a man after my own heart!!
  Fri. 6/26/09 11:10am Cecile:

A roommate of mine had hundreds of tapes of DD. We must have listened to all of them.
  Fri. 6/26/09 11:12am GP:

Annie, I know it sounds crazy but I probably still have those tapes around, most likely full of drop-outs and other noise by now, but it would be interesting to hear them again.
  Fri. 6/26/09 11:14am Carmichael:

I also taped DD, and defintely have a shoebox full of cassettes. I just spilled them all out the other day while searching for something else just as strange.
  Fri. 6/26/09 11:14am annie:

GP- the passage of time is a funny thing. i have boxes and boxes of cassettes dating from 30 years ago. SOMEDAY!! i'm gonna put a stereo system together that tapes all that on to cd. hah.
  Fri. 6/26/09 11:16am Carmichael:

Hey! Someone else who's heard of the Remo Four! The do a great version of "Jump".
  Fri. 6/26/09 11:19am annie:

man, i can smell that vinyl from here.. those crackles!!
  Fri. 6/26/09 11:20am GP:

Carmichael, your storage system sounds like mine!
I like the line and can totally relate:
"searching for something else just as strange"
  Fri. 6/26/09 11:21am ?:

Tony's shows usually seem to be about 50% patina. In a good way.
  Fri. 6/26/09 11:22am holland oats:

tony is my favorite dj. there i said it.
  Fri. 6/26/09 11:23am annie:

tony: .. this is wonderful... thanks..
  Fri. 6/26/09 11:24am Cecile:

it is, annie. It always transports me back to the mid-70s - a kind of pretty, sad greyness.
  Fri. 6/26/09 11:27am annie:

cecile, there were sooo many great spoken word pieces that just wrenched my heart sometimes. i love my vinyl collection of spoken word. precious possessions..
  Fri. 6/26/09 11:29am Carmichael:

Annie, I'm hoping you're not counting Rod McKuen in there .... :-)
  Fri. 6/26/09 11:30am annie:

carm, i'm giggling in your general direction.. oh wait it's turned in to a guffaw!!
  Fri. 6/26/09 11:34am annie:

anyone remember "the fourth tower of inverness"?
  Fri. 6/26/09 11:42am doug from dc:

annie, it's still available from www.zbs.org
  Fri. 6/26/09 11:43am annie:

word up doug... great serial!!
  Fri. 6/26/09 11:44am Devin:

Is that a young Jethro Tull on this Vesuvious track? (jk)
  Fri. 6/26/09 11:47am annie:

tony, this morning sped by.. your shows leave me speechless with emotion, sometimes. thanks!!
  Fri. 6/26/09 11:50am matt:

seconding that. Tony, are you doing radio on the west coast?
  Fri. 6/26/09 11:51am north guinea hills:

been loving the late 70's early 80's folky songwriting..., it's one of the few areas i adore that i need to mine a little further....
  Fri. 6/26/09 11:52am Carmichael:

Great show Tony. Hope to see you out here sometime soon.
  Fri. 6/26/09 11:53am annie:

NGH- if you can find the time, spend it listening to what came out of the era. a literal wealth of story and spiritual passion.
  Fri. 6/26/09 11:54am Tony C:

Hey everybody.... Sorry to be absent from the playlist ... lots of distractions today. Anyway, thanks for the nice words. I do hope to do radio on the West Coast, but have nothing lined up yet...

Will be filling for Irene on 7/6...
  Fri. 6/26/09 11:55am annie:

my birthday!!!!!
  Fri. 6/26/09 11:57am north guinea hills:

annie, i always have time to research/listen to music. the challenge is to engage myself w/ activities that are not music related.

oh, and happy dappy bday!
  Fri. 6/26/09 11:58am annie:

keep that for the 6th NGH... it will be a fine day!!
  Fri. 6/26/09 12:07pm Drummer Some:

Fantastic show, Tony! Thanks for filling in (from the OTHER Doug, currently in D.C.)
  Sat. 6/27/09 7:20pm Marcos H.:

Another song by David Arvedon on Tony Coulter's playlist! Great!!!
  Mon. 6/28/10 12:38am chuck:

thanks for the Subliminal Farms. Have been looking for something from them to listen to for a long while.
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