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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 May 26, 2002: Show 153 (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: from dark and queasily warped to psychotic psych rock (Listen to this set: )
Pacific 231  "Paris 88" (track 4) (Listen: )   Options Power Assume  Quiet, but dark, total acid, queasily warped and rhythmic. There are even reminders of Eno from Another Green World.  ***  
Oneida  "People Of The North" ( Side B, track 2) (Listen: )   Options Each One, Teach One  A bit swirly, as we begin to head into the rockier side of psych.   
Acid Mothers Temple & Melting Paraiso UFO  "La Novia" (Side A, track 2) (Listen: )   Options Born To Be Wild In The USA 2000  Heavier, more active. They're in fine form, as usual.   
Hawkwind  "Time We Left This World Today" (Side 4, track 3) (Listen: )   Options Space Ritual  A little more druggy, swirly, but an easy tempo.   
Fushitsusha  "Kocchi, Omae" (track 4) (Listen: )   Options Tokyo Flashbacks  Occasionally wild, over the top, titanic, distort-o psych rock & rhythmic semi-chaos. On the great Japanese PSF label.   
 
 
Background music played during mic break:
Les Chakachas  "Love is like a Violin" (track 4) (Listen: )   Options Arriba!  Great, gigantic sound. Feels like it's the slow song at the record hop.   
 
 
Set 2: the old radio show portion of the evening.
Harry Lime (The Third Man)  "Blue Caribou" (Listen: )   Options (originally broadcast July 18, 1952)  The adventures of Harry Lime was a series that ran from early August 1951 to the end of July 1952 as a follow-up to the cult movie The Third Man. It starred Orson Welles, and is also known for its wryly humorous and cynical view of life.   
 
 
Background music played during mic break:
Les Chakachas  "Love is like a Violin" (track 4) (Listen: )   Options Arriba!  Great, gigantic sound. Feels like it's the slow song at the record hop.   
 
 
Set 3: rock, from ecstatic constancy to the heavy duty. (Listen to this set: )
Sunn O)))  "Mocking Solemnity" (track 1) (Listen: )   Options Flight Of The Behemoth  Like a slow motion musical drill, an ecstatic fantasy of the deep-guitar gods.   
212  "Saturday Night" (track 12) (Listen: )   Options Teen Feeding Frenzy  A cover of the song by the Bay City Rollers.   
Flipper  "Love Canal" (track 9) (begun at -5:13) (Listen: )   Options Live at CBGB's  Slow-ish, raw and heavy. From November 18, 1983. Powerful stuff.   
Introversion  "Runaway" (track 17) (Listen: )   Options Teen Feeding Frenzy  A new, slightly distort-o version of the 1960's classic by Del Shannon.   
Space Cossacks  "Bombora" (track 13) (Listen: )   Options Interstellar Stomp  Fun surf/space rock.   
5,6,7,8's  "Let's Go Boogaloo" (track 11) (Listen: )   Options Teenage Mojo Workout  Heavy, raucous, screams in the background.  ***  
Little Fujiko  "Go! Go!" (track 16) (Listen: )   Options Shit Associated Music  Just a little hepped up, reverbed, and short.   
Iowaska  "In Your Dreams Boy" (track 9) (Listen: )   Options Vine Of Souls  Pagan rock with a punk flavor.   
 
 
Background music played during mic break:
Les Chakachas  "Love is like a Violin" (track 4) (Listen: )   Options Arriba!  Great, gigantic sound. Feels like it's the slow song at the record hop.   
 
 
Set 4: more funk & funky soul. (Listen to this set: )
Oneness Of Juju  - (track 5) (ended at -3:02) (Listen: )   Options Space Jungle Luv  Easy going, slightly hard-edged soul-funk.   
Geraldo Pino  "Heavy, Heavy, Heavy" (track 2) (ended at -0:08) (Listen: )   Options Afro Rock Volume One  Afro soul-funk that rocks, in a laid back way. From the 1960's.   
The Four Of Clues  "Funkity" (track 9) (Listen: )   Options The Rustler Presents: Because You're Funky  Great, steady and full sounding funky soul with a phat and squealy sax. From the late 1960's or early 1970's.  ***  
Axiom Funk  "Free Bass (Godzillatron Crush)" (CD #1, track 6) (Listen: )   Options Funkronomicon  Off-kilter heavy-ish funk, becomes slightly acidy & spaced. An all-star group of funkmiesters, including George Clinton.   
 
 
Background music played during mic break:
Les Chakachas  "Love is like a Violin" (track 4) (Listen: )   Options Arriba!  Great, gigantic sound. Feels like it's the slow song at the record hop.   
 
 
Set 5: gamelan, from the meditatively quiet to the mysterious. (Listen to this set: )
-  "Sekaten Gending" (track 2) (ended at -0:22) (Listen: )   Music Of Central Java II: Ceremonial Music  Quiet, metitative music that goes bakc hundreds of years, played with a special instruments played only during a Javanese Muslim holy week.   
-  "Gending Kodok Ngorek" (track 4) (begun at -6:01, ended at -0:09) (Listen: )   Music Of Central Java II: Ceremonial Music  A bit more active. Genuinely mysterious. It focused me on the nature and passage of time.  ***  

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