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Options July 31, 2012: KBOO's Rich Lindsay Fills In

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
Enoch Light and the Light Brigade  You're The Tops   Options Provocative Percussion  Command Records      Lots of stuff mixed simultaneously. Hold onto your wigs, folks  0:00:00 ()
Unkown  How Records Are Made   Options YouTube          0:00:58 ()
Christian Marclay  Dust Breeding   Options Records          0:03:33 ()
Christian Marclay  Jukebox Capriccio   Options Records          0:05:02 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Lalo Schifrin 
What's Wrong?   Options THX-1138 - Original Soundtrack by Lalo Schifrin          0:08:35 ()
Jim Larrance  Old Radio   Options The Best of No Soap Radio        www.cutupsound.com  0:10:32 ()
Hugh Hopper  Miniluv (reprise)   Options 1984          0:13:58 ()
Todd Dockstader  Two Fragments from Apocalypse   Options Apocalypse          0:15:08 ()
Babies in slow motion, laughing  Creepy, slo-mo baby soundscape   Options YouTube videos, several at once        http://goo.gl/K9HtU  0:16:39 ()
Bell Laboratories  Filtered Music and Speech   Options The Science of Sound          0:18:41 ()
Non Credo  Hacked   Options Happy Wretched Family          0:23:18 ()
Frank Zappa & The Mothers of Invention  Local Butcher   Options The Lumpy Money Project/Object          0:27:26 ()
David Thomas and the Pedestrians  Cricket Through the Flats   Options Sound of Sand          0:29:55 ()
Cleo McNett  Cleo’s Groove   Options Let the Music Guide You  self-released        0:34:42 ()
Brigid Berlin  “Old Bags in Shorts”   Options Andy Warhol's Bad          0:35:40 ()
Unknown Artist  Theme from Turtle   Options Soul Sisters: Sights and Sounds of the African American Underground  Black Beauty        0:41:25 ()
Jared Louche  Binary System   Options Easy Listening For Difficult Fuckheads  United, Inc.        0:42:53 ()
Sonic Youth  Tremens   Options SYR 1: Anagrama  Sonic Youth Records        0:45:20 ()
David Thomas  Sloop John B.   Options Vocal Performances  Rough Trade  1982      0:45:58 ()
Non Credo  Happy Wretched Family   Options Slips Through Fingers          0:48:34 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Camille Sauvage 
Charrette Fantôme   Options Fantasmagories          0:51:26 ()
Supreme Cool Beings  who's that?   Options Survival of the Coolest  K Records  1982  Cassette  K-Records - Recorded from a live KAOS-FM broadcast 1982  0:54:59 ()
Supreme Cool Beings  your name here   Options Survival of the Coolest  K Records    Cassette  "the spud's a dud.."  0:57:42 ()
Supreme Cool Beings  dont panic   Options Survival of the Coolest  K Records    Cassette    1:00:21 ()
Supreme Cool Beings  brain thing   Options Survival of the Coolest  K Records    Cassette    1:03:06 ()
Supreme Cool Beings  Um   Options Survival of the Coolest  K Records    Cassette    1:05:06 ()
Supreme Cool Beings  liberal art   Options Survival of the Coolest  K Records    Cassette    1:07:48 ()
Supreme Cool Beings  big bombs   Options Survival of the Coolest  K Records    Cassette    1:09:13 ()
Supreme Cool Beings  our advice to you   Options Survival of the Coolest  K Records    Cassette    1:11:01 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Sly & Robbie 
Syncopation   Options Syncopation          1:13:03 ()
Jerry Lindahl  The Indian Elephant   Options Tellus #1 (1983)          1:14:59 ()
Sonic Youth  Scream (Recorded Live, Rolle, Switzerland 6/83)   Options Tellus #1 (1983)    1983  Cassette    1:19:25 ()
Mitch Corber  Reaganomics/Infinitessimus   Options Tellus #1    1983  Cassette    1:21:42 ()
The Scene Is Now:  Bugged, Wigged Out   Options Tellus #2    1984  Cassette    1:23:29 ()
Tony Papa  Water Works   Options Tellus #2    1984  Cassette    1:24:26 ()
Gregory Whltehead  Only a Rash Wound   Options Tellus #3    1984  Cassette  An audiotape narrowcast assembled by Gregory Whitehead.  1:28:52 ()
Wolfgang Staehle and Steve Pollack  Voice of the President   Options Tellus #3    1984  Cassette    1:30:13 ()
John Shirley and Sync 66  Mating Probabifity Index   Options Tellus #3    1984  Cassette  John Shirley: lyrics and vocals, Sync 66: sound effects.  1:33:20 ()
Brian Reinbolt   Switched Thing   Options Tellus #3    1984  Cassette  A product of experiments with gating recorded sounds to produce rhythms. Industrial and radio sourcetapes were used for the version. Rhythms were programed on an AIM 65 computer clocked by a synthesizer.  1:36:43 ()
Paul Dresher  Pygmy Vocal Music   Options Tellus #4    1984  Cassette  An excerpt from are,are, a music theater work created by the George Coates Performance Works 1982-83. Tenors: John Duykers and Rinde Eckert.  1:39:42 ()
Julie Wachtel  You Disappear Me   Options "Tellus #5-6: Special Audio Visual Issue    1984  Cassette    1:42:59 ()
Linda Fisher   Episode from 'What Words Mean'   Options Tellus #7 - The Word    1984  Cassette    1:44:58 ()
Gregory Whitehead  Eva Can I Stab Bats In A Cave   Options Tellus #7 - The Word    1984  Cassette    1:50:18 ()
Christian Marclay  Groove   Options Tellus #8: USA/Germany    1985  Cassette    1:51:28 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Paul De Marinis 
Eenie Meenie Chillie Beenie   Options Tellus #9: Music with Memory    1985  Cassette  A two-hour Tellus feature here: http://goo.gl/R3ea7  1:56:28 ()
Brother Russell  When You Get To Hell   Options Melba Comes Alive  Vinyl Communications  1997      2:00:42 ()
Jim Larrance  God In A Linoleum Roll   Options Best of No Soap Radio      CD-R    2:01:52 ()
Unknown  I Want Some Food   Options Six Boys In Trouble - Street And Gangland Rhythms  Folkways  1959      2:05:43 ()
Butthole Surfers  BBQ Pope   Options 1983 Demos  Bootleg  2008    Pre-Alternative Tentacles demo cassette  2:10:42 ()
The Rudy Schwartz Project  BBQ Pope   Options Salmon Dave          2:15:08 ()
Alvin V. Pensler  Listen To Me Wearing Dentures   Options Eva-Tone Flexi    1963    "Don't be a do-it-yourself dentist"  2:16:54 ()
Godley and Creme  Gizmotron Demo   Options YouTube        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xkzzBoDnWfM  2:22:40 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Godley and Creme 
Foreign Accents   Options L          2:28:51 ()
Brizbomb  110720W0134   Options 1107  Fabrica Records  2012  Cassette  http://brizbomb.com/  2:32:48 ()
Jim Larrance  America's Musical Frontier Heritage   Options Best of No Soap Radio      CD-R    2:44:10 ()
Jensen Publications  Another One Bites The Dust   Options Marching Band '81          2:49:51 ()
Brother Russell  Biblical History Lesson   Options Melba Comes Alive        Bob Larson gets punk'd  2:50:35 ()
Jim Larrance  Robot's Farewell   Options Cut-Up Sound        www.cutupsound.com  2:52:06 ()
Walter Murch/George Lucas  You Have Nothing To Fear   Options THX-1138          2:53:51 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Lalo Schifrin 
First Chase / Foot Chase / St. Matthew Passion (End Credits)   Options THX-1138 - Original Soundtrack by Lalo Schifrin          2:56:27 ()
Wendy Mae Chambers  Star Spangled Banner   Options Femirama          2:58:55 ()

Listener comments!

  Tue. 7/31/12 11:56am listener james from westwood:

howdy rich! good tuesday, all!
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 11:57am ricardo montalban:

Hi James!
hello everybody!
  Tue. 7/31/12 11:59am North Fork:

Gimme summa dat fine Corinthian leather!
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 12:00pm ricardo montalban:

Here we go! Hang on. Lot's of crazy mixin'
  Tue. 7/31/12 12:01pm listener james from westwood:

slather us with lacquer!
  Tue. 7/31/12 12:02pm Jobritish A.D.:

Hello there Rich,
Iam a man, I am an Englishman and am looking forward to some great music!
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 12:03pm ricardo montalban:

I've always loved this video but when I watched the series on Netflix, they redid it with a male voice for some reason.
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 12:03pm ricardo montalban:

Hi Jobritish! Tally ho!
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 12:08pm ricardo montalban:

Lots of stuff being played at the same time.
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 12:08pm ricardo montalban:

Rubbery patties called biscuits
  Tue. 7/31/12 12:08pm Doug S.:

This is like porn for record collectors.
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 12:11pm ricardo montalban:

The video's great, too, Doug.
  Tue. 7/31/12 12:14pm Jobritish A.D.:

ORSON WELLES ANYONE?
  Tue. 7/31/12 12:14pm Doug S.:

I'm not sure I'm old enough to watch, Rich.
  Tue. 7/31/12 12:15pm Van in DC:

Howdy Rich, Doug, everyone. Doug, trouble played that Drums in my Typewriter thingy earlier and I thought of you :)
  Tue. 7/31/12 12:15pm Jobritish A.D.:

Some nasty hiss on this Rich!
  Tue. 7/31/12 12:18pm Jobritish A.D.:

do you lovr your Chrome albums Rich, Half Machine lip moves/Alien Soundtracks
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 12:18pm ricardo montalban:

Hi Van!
It's an Hiss-toric recording, Jobritish!
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 12:19pm ricardo montalban:

I DO love Chrome. Also Helio's solo stuff.
  Tue. 7/31/12 12:20pm Doug S.:

@Van
Better than having a Smith-Corona in your drum set, I suppose.
  Tue. 7/31/12 12:22pm Jobritish A.D.:

some good Alien sounds in dem! also Hairway to Steven era Buttholes, Axis Bold as Love - Hendrix!
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 12:24pm ricardo montalban:

I'm a sucker for space sounds. Hmmm.. Maybe an upcoming themed show!
  Tue. 7/31/12 12:25pm Jobritish A.D.:

space is the place!
  Tue. 7/31/12 12:25pm Jobritish A.D.:

this is more space noir!
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 12:26pm ricardo montalban:

Non Credo were such a great, underrated band
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 12:29pm ricardo montalban:

Who let the slow-mo babies out again?
  Tue. 7/31/12 12:30pm Jobritish A.D.:

does anyone know anything about the latest batch of Zappa reissues - Freak out to Hot Rats -- do they sound any different to the earlier reissues in the 90s etc?
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 12:31pm ricardo montalban:

I believe they have been remastered, yes. That's my understanding.
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 12:32pm ricardo montalban:

With that Lumpy Money CD, you get the original mono masters, a bunch of outtakes and the crappy 80s remix.
  Tue. 7/31/12 12:32pm Jobritish A.D.:

take it you have'nt heard them yet Rich?
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 12:33pm ricardo montalban:

I have just the Lumpy Money one. I am thinking about getting the others.
  Tue. 7/31/12 12:34pm Jobritish A.D.:

So caution - do not buy without trying first?
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 12:35pm ricardo montalban:

It's just funny that the Zappa family trust has chosen to release the much maligned 80s mixes where Zappa overdubbed the Mothers with newer musicians
  Tue. 7/31/12 12:36pm Jobritish A.D.:

what was the label they were on originally in the 60s - was it Verve?
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 12:38pm ricardo montalban:

Yes
  Tue. 7/31/12 12:40pm Jobritish A.D.:

never actually seen Verve reissue them,, but do remember Ryko reissues.
  Tue. 7/31/12 12:47pm northguineahills:

I've used that SY track as a nice downtempo piece for a club djing.
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 12:48pm ricardo montalban:

The Ryko ones (usually in the green-tinged case) are the ones where he remixed everything, used annoying new percussion, etc. I think Scott Thunes redubbed all the bass with these rubbery basslines/
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 12:49pm ricardo montalban:

@northguineahills: that's probably the funkiest SY track ever, no?
  Tue. 7/31/12 12:51pm northguineahills:

@ricardo: True, it actually works in that context, surprisingly.
  Tue. 7/31/12 12:52pm Snortley:

The Cleo McNett pic isn't showing; take the forward slash out of the end of the URL tag.
  Tue. 7/31/12 12:57pm Honey Water:

Hello, Rich! I tuned in late, but hope you can help me identify a snippet of some classical piece in the past 30-40 mins. MIGHT have been in the Bell Lab piece? And it MIGHT have been an orchestra phrase by Grieg?
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 12:57pm ricardo montalban:

I think it was an orchestral piece used in the Bell Record
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 12:58pm ricardo montalban:

Hi Honey Water and thanks for the fixit tip, Snortley!
  Tue. 7/31/12 12:58pm Honey Water:

Yeah, does it identify which one?
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 12:59pm ricardo montalban:

Not sure. It came with a big book
  Tue. 7/31/12 1:00pm Honey Water:

As soon as I heard it, it reminded me I used to play it on the piano but had completely forgotten about it.

OK, thanks, I'll track it down somehow. :)
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 1:02pm ricardo montalban:

Good luck! I just have the album on CDR. I think i have the book's scan somewhere, too.
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 1:07pm ricardo montalban:

This cassette came from a live radio broadcast on KAOS in Olympia in 1982 and is this band's only release.
  Tue. 7/31/12 1:12pm Snortley:

http://24.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lyhlolg1Rn1r4upg6o1_1280.jpg
  Tue. 7/31/12 1:12pm Honey Water:

Well, at least I've confirmed the mystery snippet was from "Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. The Science of Sound." Still not the title of it or composer. Could be from Carmen if not a Grieg piece.
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 1:17pm ricardo montalban:

That's great!
  Tue. 7/31/12 1:17pm Van in DC:

So I came in late and have since been in and out (work)...so I've missed a lot today...is this being archived? (I'm guessing not as this is Tape Hiss I think...?)
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 1:19pm ricardo montalban:

This will be archived, I believe
  Tue. 7/31/12 1:20pm Van in DC:

Oh okay, cool :)
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 1:21pm ricardo montalban:

It's sort of Tape Hiss, as I've been playing hissy tapes. I figure if the hissy tape fits, wear it out.
  Tue. 7/31/12 1:22pm holland oats:

what is this madness
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 1:25pm ricardo montalban:

It's a brief run through the Tellus Cassette Magazine series
  Tue. 7/31/12 1:28pm northguineahills:

I got to do a live dj thingy w/ multiples of a collection of Tellus pieces pressed onto vinyl (an edition of 100), it was called Tellus tools. However, after the performance, all the dj's had to return the records, and we would have to buy them just like everyone else. :(
  Tue. 7/31/12 1:29pm holland oats:

tellus more - OH SNAP!!
  Tue. 7/31/12 1:30pm northguineahills:

and they were selling for around $75 if I remember correctly.
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 1:31pm ricardo montalban:

:)
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 1:32pm ricardo montalban:

@northguineahills: I've hear mention of those, but have never seen them. Too cool!
  Tue. 7/31/12 1:33pm northguineahills:

It was around 2003ish.
  Tue. 7/31/12 1:37pm listener james from westwood:

this is great. i have no idea where anything is going or what the next cut will be about. how people can listen to the same 7 songs over & over on top 40 radio over the course of a workday is beyond me. thanks ricardo!
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 1:38pm ricardo montalban:

Thank you, James! Glad you're diggin' the unpredictableness.
  Tue. 7/31/12 1:39pm Jobritish A.D.:

Great point james,
top 40 radio is made for robotic dullards!
  Tue. 7/31/12 1:40pm northguineahills:

@ listener james: I've been listening to all of my physical musical media (cassette, recs, cds, etc) in alphabetical order since Sept 2008. Right now, I'm up to the Vaselines. So, I haven't listened to the same song in the last four years (unless it's outside of my control).
  Tue. 7/31/12 1:41pm Van in DC:

I'm certain that if I could patch all of this in to play in the elevators here, the workplace would be a much happier place :)
  Tue. 7/31/12 1:42pm Lewis:

@northguuineahills - I have been considering the same project but by simply starting my iTunes at the top of the songs list and letting it run. Not sure I have your discipline though (and how do you deal with new additions?)
  Tue. 7/31/12 1:44pm Jobritish A.D.:

james, all the media are to blame especially today when they say things are good when they are not, they hide the good stuff under layers of mediocre crap,
when you used to find something good 1 in every 10 items, its now something like 1 out of 100!
  Tue. 7/31/12 1:44pm northguineahills:

New additions get played as soon as they're acquired in the order they're in. If they're further in the alphabet from where I am, I'll listen to them again, otherwise, that's it. So, I guess there have been some pieces that have been heard more then once in the last 4 years.
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 1:44pm ricardo montalban:

I've come to the conclusion that it's a really, really small segment of the population that enjoys unfamiliarity and unpredictableness in music
  Tue. 7/31/12 1:44pm Lewis:

@listenerjames - couldn't agree more - i often wonder at how many different musical bits I have heard and at how few of them I hear more than once.
  Tue. 7/31/12 1:46pm Lewis:

@northguineahills - you give me inspiration! I wonder how my household would react?...
  Tue. 7/31/12 1:48pm Honey Water:

@Van, speaking of happy workplaces: Which city is tops when it comes to having the most workers who swear on the job?

1. Chicago, IL
2. Phoenix, AZ
3. Washington, D.C.
  Tue. 7/31/12 1:49pm Lewis:

@ricardo montalban - couldn't agree more. The known path is comfortable and safe, while an hour or so of Tellus cassettes is interesting and challenging!
  Tue. 7/31/12 1:49pm Van in DC:

4. Detroit? :)

I'm guessing DC...
  Tue. 7/31/12 1:50pm Jobritish A.D.:

Honey Water
fx?!2 Ch^&^%4!
  Tue. 7/31/12 1:50pm northguineahills:

Well, So far I've found my fiance (of 5 years), hates the Beatles, most techno/house music, classic rock, and she has a very negative visceral reaction to Rick Wakefield. However, most avant stuff & noise doesn't phase her.
  Tue. 7/31/12 1:51pm Honey Water:

@Van: Ding, ding, ding! I was reserving that for a time when you, Matt, BSI, Chris, Pat & Chris were all on a playlist. But I wanted to post it before I die. Besides I'll be very scarce around these parts for a couple of weeks.
  Tue. 7/31/12 1:51pm northguineahills:

But, I suppose listening to the Beatles non-stop for almost two weeks would drive most sane people insane. I'm obviously not of the latter category.
  Tue. 7/31/12 1:52pm Honey Water:

[dunno why I have Chris listed twice -- anyhoo, you can convey that if ever you choose to those folks. Esp. dc pat, foul-mouthed dude that he is. :)
  Tue. 7/31/12 1:52pm Lewis:

@northguineahills - I am afraid I wouldnt be so lucky :-)
  Tue. 7/31/12 1:52pm northguineahills:

Eva can i stab bats in a cave is a cheeky palindrome.
  Tue. 7/31/12 1:53pm Van in DC:

ha ha, will do :)
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 1:55pm ricardo montalban:

my favorite palindrome, told to me by Baby Gramps, is 'Go Hang a Salami, I'm a Lasagna Hog!'
  Tue. 7/31/12 1:55pm Honey Water:

Like the Whitehead palindrome track title.
  Tue. 7/31/12 1:56pm Jobritish A.D.:

most avant Beatles tracks
1. Revolution 9
2. Within You Without You
3. Tomorrow Never Knows
4. She's so Heavy
5. I'm the Walrus
  Tue. 7/31/12 1:56pm Ike:

Hey everybody! These are good sounds.
  Tue. 7/31/12 1:58pm Honey Water:

A long one I contributed that had to include famous names was Long & Poetic (by---> stressed star, Depp) Art: A Tone Poem / Time knits lives' tab / A wolf-ewe flow /
A bat's evil stink emit / "Me 'ope not a trapped rat's desserts!"<--
  Tue. 7/31/12 1:59pm Honey Water:

Yes, Rich, so good you're keeping me from what I needed to do before I tuned in! Been well worth the break -- thanks!
  Tue. 7/31/12 2:02pm Jobritish A.D.:

Rich,
Fear of a White Planet!
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 2:04pm ricardo montalban:

Glad you're diggin' it, Honey Water!
  Tue. 7/31/12 2:08pm Jobritish A.D.:

reminds me of early Watts Prophets/Last Poets records
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 2:09pm ricardo montalban:

Yeah, but this predates it by more than a decade.
  Tue. 7/31/12 2:09pm Honey Water:

Is there a recording year on this one?
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 2:10pm ricardo montalban:

1959 on Folkways
  Tue. 7/31/12 2:10pm Jobritish A.D.:

like early Gil Scott Heron - Whitey on the moon etc.
  Tue. 7/31/12 2:10pm Honey Water:

Excellent! Such force of personality.
  Tue. 7/31/12 2:12pm Jobritish A.D.:

The Pope sleeps in Lee Harvey's Grave!
  Tue. 7/31/12 2:19pm Honey Water:

Is this your PSA, Rich?
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 2:20pm ricardo montalban:

Ha! Fortunately, I still have my set of choppers. I'm not there, yet.
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 2:21pm ricardo montalban:

"Don't be a do-it-yourself dentist"
  Tue. 7/31/12 2:21pm Honey Water:

Oh, I didn't mean you personally -- I meant as an "FCC requirement," like "The More You Know." :)
  Tue. 7/31/12 2:22pm northguineahills:

This reminds me, my gf has little patience for instructional, history, and story records...
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 2:22pm ricardo montalban:

yes. We must do this at least once an hour.
Give a hoot, stay out of gangs!
  Tue. 7/31/12 2:24pm Honey Water:

@NGH: Geez, it sounds like the cat you were sitting was less picky in all things aural. ;)
  Tue. 7/31/12 2:27pm northguineahills:

She'll listen to Xenakis, Cage, Merzbow, but not those "non-musical" records.
  Tue. 7/31/12 2:27pm Honey Water:

Gizmotron guitar: A Gretsch gremlin.
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 2:28pm ricardo montalban:

It's too bad the Gizmotron never really caught on. It was pretty cool sounding.
  Tue. 7/31/12 2:39pm Jobritish A.D.:

Hey Rich,
do you think there will be a new phenomenon - youtube video collecting?
  Tue. 7/31/12 2:39pm Honey Water:

Oh, happy day!! I finally located the title of the earlier earworm on that Bell Lab track: It is indeed Grieg, and it is from his Lyric Pieces, Book 8, Op. 65: No. 6. "Wedding-Day at Troldhaugen." I'll be able to sleep tonight, thank gawd.
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 2:40pm ricardo montalban:

@Jobritish A.D.: possibly, as videos seem to disappear due to DCMA takedowns
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 2:40pm ricardo montalban:

@Honey Water: Good sleuthing, there!
  Tue. 7/31/12 2:42pm Honey Water:

Somehow the word "wedding" crept back into memory, and that plus Grieg was all it took. Whew.
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 2:42pm ricardo montalban:

I miss all those web-tools where you could mix your own crazy youtube playlists or substitute an alternative soundtrack. What happened to those?
  Tue. 7/31/12 2:43pm Jobritish A.D.:

yeh,
some guy has put on an almost complete Black Ark singles releases - priceless as no masters exist - Perry himself destroyed the studio - got to be worth downloading the lot?!
  Tue. 7/31/12 2:45pm listener james from westwood:

heh, there's a sound you don't hear as much anymore, that advance-the-filmstrip tone.
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 2:46pm ricardo montalban:

Yes! That's also Ken Nordine narrating.
  Tue. 7/31/12 2:46pm Jobritish A.D.:

no soap radio - no soap operas or soap adverts?
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 2:47pm ricardo montalban:

Jobritish A.D.: I'm not sure of the etymology of that phrase, but it was the title of the radio program that Jim Larrance did in the 80s.
  Tue. 7/31/12 2:49pm listener james from westwood:

on fmu a long time ago, i heard a similarly chopped-and-mixed art linkletter sex-ed record. damn near soiled myself.
  Tue. 7/31/12 2:50pm Jobritish A.D.:

eh, Monty Python I'm a lumberjack comes to mind!
  Tue. 7/31/12 2:51pm northguineahills:

The term soap opera started to be used during the radio days and then made the transition to tv.
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 2:51pm ricardo montalban:

Oh, yes, James! I think I know of the one.
  Tue. 7/31/12 2:54pm Honey Water:

Rich, you offered up some very fine selections today -- a reflection of Tony's good taste in selecting you to sub for him. :) Thanks! And have a great week everyone!

Note: If you want to feel exhausted sitting in your easy chair watching any of the Olympics, just watch some water polo.
  Tue. 7/31/12 2:55pm Jobritish A.D.:

Rich,
an immensely enjoyable show you have put on today!
Thank you very much!
  Tue. 7/31/12 2:55pm Honey Water:

The Murch man!
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 2:55pm ricardo montalban:

@Jobritish A.D.: Thank you most kindly! Thanks for listening!
  Tue. 7/31/12 2:56pm listener james from westwood:

yes indeed. great having you on, rich. thanks for the ride!
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 2:56pm ricardo montalban:

One of my favorite films, almost just for the sound.
  Tue. 7/31/12 2:57pm northguineahills:

Great show, Rich!
  Tue. 7/31/12 2:57pm Van in DC:

Enjoyed what I heard (about half)...thanks Rich!
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 2:58pm ricardo montalban:

Thank you, James! Van! Northguineahills!
Avatar Tue. 7/31/12 3:00pm ricardo montalban:

Thanks all! Adios!
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