Frank O'Toole's playlist August 6, 2012 E-mail Frank O'Toole
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Track Artist Album / Format Get Happy / MUSIC BEHIND DJ: Mr.Lucky Jane Horrocks / Henry Mancini fxo mix (CD-R) Moi Sans Zach Laetitia Sadler "Silencio" Lp (CD) * Improvisation: Fast Blues in A Reverend Gary Davis FMU / Free Music Archive (MP3) Cream Puff War Widespread Panic "Stolen Roses: Songs of the Grateful Dead" compil. Lp (CD) Franklin's Tower Wartime (featuring Henry Rollins) "Stolen Roses: Songs of the Grateful Dead" compil. Lp (CD) Luna (Lugosi Early mix) Samuel Organ "Lunar" Ep (CD) Broken Hearted Blues T. Rex "Tanx" Lp (CD) Avenue B Major Thinkers "Strange Passion" compil. Lp (CD) * MUSIC BEHIND THE DJ: Daly's Looney Tune/ FMU Locked Groove T Daly & his tune fxo mix (CD-R) Post Card Love Affair Black Ice "The Sultans of Soul" compil. Lp (CD) * Record Book Marco Benevento "Invisible Baby" Lp (CD) Blue Bayou People Like Us FMU / Free Music Archive (MP3) Mr. Sandman (Cave remix/ return) The Chordettes (return) MP3 (MP3) St. Stephen (remix) Grateful Dead mix with Ghostface Killah MP3 (MP3) Track 10 John Schnall "Midnight Matinee - Paris Texas" Lp (CD) * MUSIC BEHIND DJ: FMU Locked Groove/ Here It Comes Freddie Fresh / WFMU Locked Groove fxo mix (CD-R) Breaker Lights Samara Lubelski "Wavelength" Lp (CD) * Saturday Night Palsy Fly Ashtray "Fly Ashtray" Lp (CD) * Exit Through The Record Shop Paxpoetics FMU / Free Music Archive (MP3) Again and Again (Remix by Ace Roxwell) The Bird And The Bee MP3 (MP3) Again and Again (Deo + Z-Man edit) The Bird And The Bee MP3 (MP3) Mashup Six Zappateer 1 MP3 (MP3) What U Sittin' On? (featuring Jemini, CeeLo, The Alkaholiks) DJ Danger Mouse MP3 (MP3) Sleigh Bells Final Kylie Late MP3 (MP3) MUSIC BEHIND DJ: Everybody Plays The Fool (Instrumental) The Main Ingredient MP3 (MP3) Back To Mono (with 7L) Will C. "Adieu or Die" Lp (CD) * Seasons Ending/ Keep My Skill Different/ At The Roller Rink Will C. "Adieu or Die" Lp (CD) * Best Friend Dent May "Do Things" Lp (CD) * MUSIC BEHIND DJ: Krupa Apollo Four Forty 12" Ep (Vinyl) Arm & Armageddon Doseone "G Is For Deep" Lp (CD) * The Bends Doseone "G Is For Deep" Lp (CD) * Imsotired Sole "Live From Rome" Lp (CD) MUSIC BEHIND DJ: Knowledge of Good And Evil Esperanza Spalding "Chamber Music Society" Lp (CD) Terrapin Suite (in it's entirety) Joe Gallant and ILLUMINATI "Terrapin" Lp (CD) Pennies From Heaven (Count de Money remix) Billie Holiday "Remixed & Reimagined" Lp (CD) Dance Macabre Westminster Philharmonic Orchestra "The Bride of Frankenstein - Music by Franz Waxman" Soundtrack Lp (CD) end theme(s) Alfred Hitchcock mixed with The Nelson Riddle Orchestra fxo mix (CD-R)
Mon. 8/6/12 6:07am fxo:
we're here, wit' you. Good morn. (or what time should it be), friends.
Mon. 8/6/12 6:17am fxo:
jeez Louise, it's muggy here in Jersey City.
Mon. 8/6/12 6:32am Jay/ London:
good morning frank watching the games as well as got your show on
Mon. 8/6/12 6:35am fxo:
there you are, Jay. Games people play, eh?
Mon. 8/6/12 6:40am maestroso:
Good morning/afternoon Frank, Jay...
Loved that Major Thinkers track, nice rousing wakeup music.
Mon. 8/6/12 6:41am Jay/ London:
yeah you done well in the swimming we are doing well in the running this is the and rowing
Mon. 8/6/12 6:45am fxo:
Jay: row, row, row your boat. Wave from here, you're on tee vee.
Mon. 8/6/12 6:46am Richard from Venezuela:
Greetings Frank and all the listeners. Really good this Marco Benevento's track.
Mon. 8/6/12 6:48am B Wad:
Frank, long time listener growing up in New Jersey, now tuning in from London, where I live and love. These past few sets are blowing my mind. Keep rocking me!
Mon. 8/6/12 6:49am Jay/ London:
love reverend gary davis some years ago I was robbed and his records were some of the things that were taken so glad he's on the free music archive :)
Mon. 8/6/12 6:51am fxo:
B Wad, been busy there? Blowing minds are what we do.
Mon. 8/6/12 7:10am B Wad:
Yeah the city is ON fer sure. WeTher is insaner than they say. Wettest summer in 100+ years..
Mon. 8/6/12 7:16am fxo:
that wouldn't be "global warming", would it? Sunny in NYC, but the humidity sucks.
Mon. 8/6/12 7:19am Jay/ London:
@ b Wad weather not too bad here in London Today for the running
Mon. 8/6/12 7:29am kat330:
Hi, Frank and everyone! HAPPY MARS LANDING! :) Listening, fxo, but off the keyboard.
Mon. 8/6/12 7:31am fxo:
yo kat: have the martians landed?
Mon. 8/6/12 7:38am kat330:
No, but we Earth aliens have. Maybe our Curiosity will pay off in discovering "Martians" of a sort.
Mon. 8/6/12 7:41am fxo:
not "Invaders From Mars"?
Mon. 8/6/12 8:06am Moe:
Great show, makes my office work quite a nice time ;) Cheers from Germany.
Mon. 8/6/12 8:08am fxo:
hey Moe, what's the time bayou?
Mon. 8/6/12 8:13am maestroso:
Interesting sounds, this Doseone. I like.
Mon. 8/6/12 8:26am Moe from Dresden:
It's 14:25 ;)
Mon. 8/6/12 8:31am fxo:
thanks Moe. Just keepin' on my toes.
Mon. 8/6/12 8:34am Clay Pigeon:
Frank! I'm at the front door. Let me in please!
Mon. 8/6/12 8:37am fxo:
Clay, no can do... call Ken, or Scott.
Mon. 8/6/12 8:37am Moe from Dresden:
Much appreciated! Need some coffee though...
Mon. 8/6/12 8:43am Clay Pigeon:
I don't get it.
Mon. 8/6/12 8:45am kat330:
Clay, ask Liz to let you in. She should be around by now. :)
Mon. 8/6/12 8:45am fxo:
Clay, I hope you're inside. "Why I oughta..." Liz is, hopefully, of help.
Moe: don't remember "Slaughterhouse Five".
Mon. 8/6/12 8:47am kat330:
Which made me look at today's schedule, Clay, to see you're filling in for Irene -- mollusk!
@fxo: "Slaughterhouse Five" -- Vonnegut tale of the bombing of Dresden. Excellent film (IMO) with a wonderful Bach soundtrack.
Mon. 8/6/12 8:51am fxo:
Kat: at least one of us is awake. Thanks for being on top of the schedule.
BTW: Both the book AND the movie are excellent.
Mon. 8/6/12 8:54am kat330:
Along with the sets I've heard this happy a.m.! Thanks, and now I *really* have to close the keyboard for other activities.
Bye, all, and have great days wherever you are (including you, Curiosity! ;)
Mon. 8/6/12 8:56am fxo:
it's time to close, thanks fer bein' there, especially YOU. Have a good week, seeya next Monday.
Mon. 8/6/12 9:15am Moe from Dresden:
No problem. Germany started the war and whatever happened to Dresden is a result of National Socialism. I know KV has another point of view, but this is mine (and I am German).
Mon. 8/6/12 9:20am fxo:
Moe, I appreciate your point of view, but what happened to Dresden was not necessary. KV somehow survived it.