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"I listened yesterday. It's no reflection on you but I could'nt see where you were going or what you were going for. This early seventies thing did'nt get noticed the first time and you talk about friends of like Dealney and Bonnie who had records out like we're supposed to remember who they are. Then you play this long winded free jazz stuff that really grates on my nerves. And that noise without a beat and sounds like someones being pinched. Then you play a reggae song, I think you called it Dub, to what, be cool? You seem to really fetishize the whole folk thing too which is obnoxious to us who don't even care. I liked it when you played that punk song though. I like Joe Belock a lot." (Visit homepage.)

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Options June 9, 2010: Music and Talk from Sabbath Assembly
Sabbath Assembly strive to update the message of 1960s cult the Process Church of the Final Judgment. Members Jex Thoth and Dave Nuss (also of the No-Neck Blues Band) introduce tracks recorded at WFMU and preview songs from the record, "Restored To One," forthcoming this month.

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
alan licht & loren (mazzacane) connors  into the night sky   Options into the night sky  family vineyard  2010  CD    0:00:00 ()
kjetil flatin  jornvrongia-springar   Options excavated shellac: strings  parlortone  192*/2010  LP    0:15:08 ()
the doozer  semut 2   Options great explorers  pickled egg  2010  CD    0:17:22 ()
rale    whispering gallery  arbor infinity  2009  LP    0:19:39 ()
ben watt w/ robert wyatt  aquamarine   Options summer into winter  cherry red  1982  12"    0:31:22 ()
moniek darge    crete soundies  kye  2010  CD    0:35:46 ()
shelley hirsch  conference call   Options singing  het apollohuis  1988  LP    0:51:08 ()
die doraus und die marinas  arrivederci   Options blumen und narzissen  ata tak  1981  LP    0:54:15 ()
stuart moxham  instru(mental) #1   Options personal best  habit records  1984/2010  CD    0:58:37 ()
mark van hoen  1979   Options where is the truth  towerblock  2010  CD    1:01:12 ()
naked on the vague  these days   Options heaps of nothing  siltbreeze  2010  LP    1:02:49 ()
bill orcutt    a new way to pay old debts    2009  LP    1:11:47 ()
chuck hammer  her initials   Options guitarchitecture  guitarchitect records  1981  LP    1:14:29 ()
rudolph grey  4 hands is better than none   Options   foreign frequency  1980/2010  7"    1:17:26 ()
band of susans  elliot abrams in hell   Options hop against hope  blast first  1988  LP    1:19:59 ()
hi sherrifs of blue  cold chills   Options   jimboco  1981  12"    1:22:51 ()
a band  mirror mirror   Options 135 grand street new york 1979  soul jazz  1979/2010  CD    1:26:40 ()
paul mcmahon  arapaho maiden   Options mr. paul mcmahon  akashic records and tapes  1991  CD    1:34:02 ()
Sabbath Assembly              1:45:26 ()
SA              1:55:48 ()
Sabbath Assembly  restored to one   Options           2:00:36 ()
Sabbath Assembly  glory hallelujah   Options           2:15:48 ()
Sabbath Assembly  recorded at wfmu   Options           2:20:45 ()
Sabbath Assembly            while you are listening to this archived program you may email me at john@wfmu.org. be the 10th person to contacct me and you will get a copy of their new LP, provided you are going to their show on 6/15.  2:48:42 ()
anima sound              2:53:42 ()

Listener comments!

  Wed. 6/9/10 6:52am LizGig:

Good morning, John!
  Wed. 6/9/10 7:08am Looms:

Morning John. Great show so far.
  Wed. 6/9/10 7:16am Kovalis:

The 20k stream is not working, nor will the Droid app load. Bah!
  Wed. 6/9/10 7:33am Kovalis:

Droid is up now! All is well.
  Wed. 6/9/10 7:33am Looms:

I just red on Wikipedia that members of The Process Church of the Final Judgment were declared "suppressive persons" by L. Ron Hubbard in the 60s. As Scientology is considered to be suppressive here, i would be interested to know why the Process Church split off from it. Could your guests give an answer?
  Wed. 6/9/10 7:44am hamburger:

  Wed. 6/9/10 7:46am Looms:

Oh, i didn't get the interview was pre-recorded. Forget my question.
  Wed. 6/9/10 7:58am LizGig:

Damn. The Windows stream keeps dropping. Doesn't seem to be my broadband.
  Wed. 6/9/10 8:06am Kovalis:

Droid stream is gone too.
  Wed. 6/9/10 8:09am William Swan, Jr.:

I'm going to listen to BOMB after listening to Sabbath Assembly.
  Wed. 6/9/10 8:13am JA:

that band on boner?
  Wed. 6/9/10 8:15am a listener:

Just a note for those of you having stream problems: 128k mp3 stream has been rock solid all morning, and in fact rarely has problems...
  Wed. 6/9/10 8:15am William Swan, Jr.:

  Wed. 6/9/10 8:22am JA:

interesting comparison. i recall they were a pretty committed group of individuals
  Wed. 6/9/10 8:24am Cecile:

wow, the process church. Haven't thought about that for awhile.

Hi, I'm an earlybird today.
  Wed. 6/9/10 8:34am Cecile:

While they're busy giving their lives to Lord Satan, I think I'll jet out for a bit.
  Wed. 6/9/10 8:35am JA:

ok see ya next time. be careful
  Wed. 6/9/10 8:37am Looms:

I believe... there's too much faith for me here. Interesting though.
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