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Options January 1, 2013: Happy Newt's Ear

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Artist Track Album Label Year Approx. start time
THE IN-THEME          0:00:00 ()
PIERROT LUNAIRE  Raipura   Options Pierrot Lunaire  It  1974  0:01:54 ()
THE THIRD POWER  Passed By   Options Believe  Vanguard  1970  0:06:32 ()
ARTI I MESTIERI  In Cammino   Options Tilt  Cramps  1974  0:10:12 ()
POLYROCK  Love Song   Options Changing Hearts  RE: Wounded Bird  1981  0:15:42 ()
NORMA WINSTONE  Song of Love   Options Edge of Time  RE: Disconforme  1972  0:20:26 ()
EDWARD VESALA  Maailman Reuna   Options Mau-Mau  Johanna  1982  0:23:51 ()
MAURIZIO GIAMMARCO & ANDREA CENTAZZO  Davanti e Oltra la Soglia   Options Davanti e Oltra la Soglia  Vista  1974  0:26:02 ()
 
ORA  Venetia II   Options Ora  RE: Background  1969  0:34:20 ()
PEKKA STRENG & TASAVALLAN PRESIDENTI  Laulu Hyonteisesta Joka Nukahti Ruusun Vuoteeseen   Options Magneettimiehen Kuolema  Love  1970  0:36:30 ()
NUCLEUS  Ballad of Joe Pimp   Options We'll Talk About It Later  Vertigo  1971  0:38:19 ()
MANFRED MANN CHAPTER THREE  Poor Sad Sue   Options Volume 2  Vertigo  1970  0:42:02 ()
ARTI I MESTIERI  Valzer per Domani   Options Giro di Valzer per Domani  Cramps  1975  0:47:57 ()
FOURTEEN OCTAVES  track 1 [Hebrew title]   Options Fourteen Octaves  RE: Israphone  1975  0:50:12 ()
GENCO PURO & CO.  Nebbia   Options Area di Servizio  RE: Artis  1972  0:52:50 ()
DANNY BEN ISRAEL  The War Of Uzik Pachnuzik   Options Bullshit 3 1/4  RE: Mio  1970  0:55:49 ()
CEM KARACA & KARDASLAR  Kara Sevda   Options Kardaslar & Apaslar  RE: Guerssen  1973  1:00:31 ()
 
ARTURO STALTERI  Mr. Underhill's Dance   Options Early Rings: Compositions 1974–1975  MP  2005  1:08:46 ()
MORGAN  Samarkhand the Golden   Options Nova Solis  RE: Esoteric  1972  1:10:02 ()
ART FLEURY  E = MC2 (La Collina del Timo)   Options I Luoghi del Potere  RE: Die Schachtel  1980  1:18:04 ()
VOX POPULI!  Joue Joue   Options Vox Populi! [cassette]  Creations Alternatives  1988  1:23:07 ()
DIE FORM & NULLA IPERREALE  La Vocazione Sospesa   Options V.A.: Sensationnel No. 3/ No. 4 [double cassette]  Illusion Production  1985  1:27:22 ()
DEDALUS  Leda   Options Dedalus  RE: Vinyl Magic  1973  1:35:24 ()
 
BUTTERFLY  No One Holds on Me   Options Butterfly  RE: Repo Man  1968  1:42:42 ()
BLUES SECTION  The Straight and Narrow (196?)   Options 2  Love  1995  1:46:08 ()
HYDRO-PYRO  The House of Yesterday (196?)   Options V.A.: Psychedelic Moods, Part 4: The Final Act  Collectables  1995  1:47:48 ()
ANDROMEDA  I Was Left Behind (197?)   Options Definitive Collection  Angel Air  2000  1:49:44 ()
EAST OF EDEN  The Ballad of Harvey Kaye (1968)   Options V.A.: Talking About the Good Times, Vol. 1  RE: Past & Present  19??  1:53:19 ()
WIMPLE WINCH  There's Not One Thing (196?)   Options The Wimple Winch Story, 1963–1968  Bam-Caruso  1992  1:55:22 ()
JOHN CALE  Amsterdam   Options Vintage Violence  Columbia  1970  1:58:04 ()
LA 1919  ?? [bonus mystery track]   Options Giorni Felici  Materiali Sonori  1997  2:01:15 ()
ALAN SORRENTI  Serenesse   Options Come un Vecchio Incensiere all'Alba di un Villaggio Deserto  RE: Mellow  1973  2:04:45 ()
BENE GESSERIT  On Protege Bien les Requins   Options V.A.: 4 in 1, Vol. 3  EE Tapes  2012  2:08:36 ()
 
PATRICK GIBSON  Bland A   Options V.A.: Terrace Industry: M Squared Box 1980–1983  M-Squared/ Ascension  2010  2:18:53 ()
KEUHKOT  Ajatus   Options Minun Käy Sääliksi Bilharzialoista  Bad Vugum  2000  2:23:53 ()
MAX GOLDT  Dieb der Verdeutlichung   Options Restaurants Restaurants Restaurants  Funfundvierzig  1986  2:26:04 ()
ERKKI KURENNIEMI  Nimeton (1971)   Options Aanityksia: Recordings, 1963–1973  Love  2002  2:28:38 ()
KLIMPEREI  Oh! He! Hein! Bon!   Options V.A.: Objets Noirs et Choses Carrées: Nino Ferrer Revisited  Optical Sound  2012  2:31:20 ()
STORMY SIX  Comizio A   Options Cliche  L'Orchestra  1976  2:33:07 ()
XX CENTURY ZORRO  District   Options V.A.: Sensationnel No. 3/ No. 4 [double cassette]  Illusion Production  1985  2:35:21 ()
PICCHIO DAL POZZO  Moderno Ballibele   Options Abbiamo Tutti I Suoi Problemi  RE: ReR  1980  2:37:44 ()
MAZE 1066  En Ce Temps La   Options Retrospective Vol. 1 - Bologna 10.9.1981 [cassette]  Multiple Configuration  1985  2:47:38 ()
 
MUSCI / VENOSTA  Mechanic Soul versus Pathetic Ambient   Options Water Messages on Desert Sand  Recommended  1987  2:55:23 ()
THE OUT-THEME  Gelbart: My Favorite Vacation [part of] + Die Trip Computer Die: Airborn [part of]   Options       2:59:09 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 11:44am tonyc:

Happy Newt's Ear everyone! Life will be different now that we've all hit puberty. See you in 15.
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:01pm listener james from westwood:

good tuesday, good 2013, good gods i'm happy to be here!
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 12:01pm tonyc:

Heya James! Top 'o the 2013 to you as well!
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:01pm HoNeY Water:

HNY, Tony, James and all to come! Finishing up some good luck tastes, and Philo will be here when he's done.
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 12:02pm tonyc:

Greetings Honey Water! Very glad to have you back!
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:03pm listener james from westwood:

happy happy, honey water! may the year be as sweet as your handle!
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:03pm Philo Gristle:

Greets, Merry New Year everyone!
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 12:04pm tonyc:

Hola, Philo!
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:04pm HoNeY Water:

TY! Rare convergence when Philo is glad to have my back. ;)
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:05pm HoNeY Water:

The HoNeY only came as a revelation to me moments ago. Works!
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:07pm listener james from westwood:

howdy, philo! happy 2013!
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:10pm Philo Gristle:

Hi James, and ditto!

Really dug that Pierrot tune -- Lunaire or Le Fou, n'est ce pas.
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 12:12pm tonyc:

Yep, Pierrot Lunaire are stellar for sure. Glad you liked...
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:12pm HoNeY Water:

Nice and mellow for a new beginning.
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 12:15pm tonyc:

I figgers people need to wake up gradually on New Year's Day....
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:18pm HoNeY Water:

Tony, James and any others who'd like, here's our greeting to this year in progress: http://tinyurl.com/b3woeuh
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 12:20pm tonyc:

Thanks!! Water pie! (H2O pie.)
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:20pm Rich Corinthian Leather:

Greetings Tony, listeners.
Happy New Year!
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 12:20pm tonyc:

Hola, Senor Leather!
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:21pm HoNeY Water:

That's right, it is early for you out there. We've just had our NY luck lunch centered around black-eyed peas, and finishing with a glass of champagne from the bottle barely partaken from at midnight last night.
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:21pm Rich Corinthian Leather:

I miraculously dodged a hangover this morning. Not to tempt fate, but I did.
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:25pm Rich Corinthian Leather:

I've only ever been to one NYD party where a traditional meal (of beans, black-eyed and non-eyed) was served.
Me, I'm probably going to forage for left-over Chinese, etc...
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:25pm Philo Gristle:

Edward at the Edge of the World.... his fingers are burning!
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:26pm Rich Corinthian Leather:

My wife pointed out that this was the first Dick-less NYE, with Dick Clark having passed on last year, but I could've sworn he was gone for the last two.
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 12:27pm tonyc:

RE Peas: I'm in search of the rare blue-eyed pea.
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:27pm HoNeY Water:

@Rich -- HNY!! I've fixed the BEP, rice and cabbage in some variation every 1/1 for probably a decade now. Today's has andouille and cajun spices added for some Nawlins bite.
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:28pm glenn:

getting older has freed me from the tyranny of new years eve, and all it's lugubriousness.
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:28pm HoNeY Water:

Probably some food coloring could effect that.
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 12:29pm tonyc:

My new year's resolution is to finally play all the Italian and Finnish tracks I pulled for their respective specials last year.
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:30pm Philo Gristle:

I coulda sworn it was All Constant Dick Clark all night last night....AC/DC.
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:30pm HoNeY Water:

Hey, Glenn! What's the weather in Ontario today?

@Rich re 12:26 comment: Give your wife my condolences. ;)
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 12:31pm tonyc:

Hey Glenn! This here is a lugubriousness-free zone....
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:31pm Gregor Mendel:

Blue eyed peas? Hmmmmm.
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:33pm glenn:

i'm assuming it's cold out. at least the sun is shining. happy new yuear, evahbody.
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:37pm HoNeY Water:

Just read that our Louisville area had an average temp in 2012 that was FOUR degrees above normal. And only 2/3 the precipitation of 2011. No wonder our garden was pretty much a failure this summer.
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:38pm HoNeY Water:

Can't wait for your mic break reading out this title, Tony.
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:38pm glenn:

oh look. music by finns.
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:39pm Rich Corinthian Leather:

There's a pretty mixture of light frozen snow and morning frost on everything up here this morning.
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:39pm Philo Gristle:

You go from Strength to Streng, Tony!
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:40pm HoNeY Water:

Philo tells me that that Pekka song was about a sleeping insect inside a rose. Sounds like an ode to an earwig to me.
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:41pm Danko:

Lovely ballad from Nucleus. Hit my nerve dead centre. Thanks Tony.
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 12:41pm tonyc:

@ HoNeY Water, RE mic break: Damn those Finns and their crazy language!
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:42pm listener james from westwood:

nye last night and the past several years have been food, sweets, and boardgames with friends, w/ a brief toast at the midnight hour. only variation is who's hosting.
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 12:42pm tonyc:

Hey Danko! Good to see you here...
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:42pm Rich Corinthian Leather:

My wife's half Finnish, did some studying of Finnish folklore and poetry. We found an audio presentation of the epic Finn poem The Kavela (sic?) and it sounds really peculiar, like Hugo Ball interpreted by a chorus of walruses (hope that doesn't offend any Finnish folks - it's in an old tongue.)
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:42pm HoNeY Water:

Where's "up here" Rich? Aren't you in Portland?
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:43pm Rich Corinthian Leather:

@HoNeY Water: Yes, sort of. I am in the hills of SW Washington, just across the river from Portland.
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:44pm Philo Gristle:

@Rich Kalevala, yup. And that walruses (walrusi) sounds good to me! Honey always says it reads like monotone Hawaiian.
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:47pm HoNeY Water:

@glenn: From all the cultural signals and signs, I think Finland is preparing to rule the world. :)

@Rich: Every year my Finn-laws send me a lovely piece of Kalevala jewelry. The epic IS rather weird folklore what little I know. I recommend a really good Russian film about Sammi culture (Lapland) called "The Cuckoo."
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:47pm jeremy:

Happy 2013 Tony & all! Kickin' things off Coulter style!
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 12:48pm tonyc:

Hey Jeremy!!
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:48pm HoNeY Water:

*Sami not Sammi
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:52pm Philo Gristle:

So that's where Lux got the name for his band.....
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:53pm Rich Corinthian Leather:

There's a large community of Finns here in SW Washington, most of them Apostolic Lutheran, so they tend to ignore the ways of the old country.
They are somewhat like Mennonites or Amish in that they aren't supposed to have TV, radio, internet, etc.. Women aren't supposed to cut their hair and they wear long dresses.
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 12:54pm tonyc:

@ Philo: Mr. Interior, I presume?
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:58pm listener james from westwood:

welcome and happy new year to all those in for the 1 o'clock hour!
  Tue. 1/1/13 12:58pm Philo Gristle:

@Rich Really? Interesting. Always on the lookout for ways to get out of midwest and NW is one of the main prospects.... but methinks that community might not be the way to go. Finns in the 'old country' tend to be pretty secular.

@Tony Yup. Found that to be an odd name for an Italian label!
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 1:00pm tonyc:

@ Philo: Aha! Now I get you. The label logo is an image of Frankenstein, which also seems kind of Cramps like.
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 1:00pm tonyc:

I mean Lux-like....
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 1:01pm tonyc:

The track on now is Turkish, in case anyone was wondering. Isn't Turkish related to Finnish?
  Tue. 1/1/13 1:03pm Rich Corinthian Leather:

@ Philo: Yes, supposedly the Finns that migrated to the US, I think in the 40s/50s did so because their country had become 'ungodly'. There's also a large Finnish Apostolic Lutheran community in the midwest, I think in Wisconsin, etc..
Sometimes families would send wayward boys from the Mid-West to go live with distant relatives in the Northwest, as it was farther from big city and all its 'worldly' troubles.
  Tue. 1/1/13 1:03pm Philo Gristle:

@Tony Not to my knowledge; Hungarian, yes, though I think only structurally as it sounds very foreign to my ears.
  Tue. 1/1/13 1:04pm Rich Corinthian Leather:

I love Cem!
  Tue. 1/1/13 1:05pm Rich Corinthian Leather:

I recently bought the Turkish entry in that Peace Love and Poetry series of records. It's great.
  Tue. 1/1/13 1:06pm Philo Gristle:

@Rich Of course it's funny to think that they came to America to escape the ungodly, as in some ways and looking from distant lands, seems to be the hq of the ungodly!
  Tue. 1/1/13 1:08pm HoNeY Water:

Aw, cop out! :)
  Tue. 1/1/13 1:09pm Philo Gristle:

@Tony Got the band name and the first word down just right! The album's odd title translates to The Death of the Magnetman.
  Tue. 1/1/13 1:10pm Philo Gristle:

Really dig this Stalteri track.
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 1:12pm tonyc:

My brief trip to Helsinki gave me the *tiniest* bit more understanding of Finnish pronunciation.
  Tue. 1/1/13 1:13pm HoNeY Water:

While I realize my eyes and ears have been more finely tuned into all media references to Finland since 1997, I still feel there's a global predominance in Finn references (even on Jeopardy ;), especially when you consider a population about the same as our US state of Indiana. And Helsinki's a pop. equivalent to Indianapolis.
  Tue. 1/1/13 1:13pm Ike:

Hello! I've read that Finnish and Hungarian are also theorized to be loosely related to Korean somehow, but this is disputed, IIRC.
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 1:14pm tonyc:

Morgan, on now, is Morgan Fisher in his first incarnation as prog-man.
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 1:14pm tonyc:

Hey there, Ike!
  Tue. 1/1/13 1:19pm Rich Corinthian Leather:

Morgan of The Hybrid Kidz?
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 1:19pm tonyc:

The same!
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 1:21pm tonyc:

He's gone through an incredible number of musical changes -- and was also Mott the Hoople's keyboard player on top of everything else.
  Tue. 1/1/13 1:22pm Philo Gristle:

@Ike Considering all the odd connections (art, language, myths, culture) over and across all continents, probably true! Everything stemming from some ancient ur-language they snatched from the unconscious pool of knowledge.
  Tue. 1/1/13 1:22pm Rich Corinthian Leather:

He's kind of all over the place in the manner of Craig Leon.
I love his comp Miniatures. It's probably one of my most precious records.
  Tue. 1/1/13 1:23pm jeremy:

I love that Hybrid Kids, esp. "Combo Satori" doing Sun Ra's Enlightenment in a Residentsy style.
  Tue. 1/1/13 1:25pm Rich Corinthian Leather:

@Ike: My wife claims that there's a Genghis Khan bloodline to the Lapland Finns, due to Khan having conquered that region. Some Finns have a slight Asian appearance.
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 1:27pm tonyc:

RE Morgan Fisher: By the mid-'80s he was doing new age–type stuff. Not sure if he ever emerged from that disappointing direction.
  Tue. 1/1/13 1:27pm Doug S.:

Happy New Years greetings to Tony and all Drunmersomers! We're driving back to Pittsburgh now after a quick visit to D.C.
  Tue. 1/1/13 1:27pm HoNeY Water:

I think it was the Mongolian hordes that united east and west in Suomi. ;) Actually, I see, if not hear, a lot of Hawaiian in the language. A treasure trove for linGuists.
  Tue. 1/1/13 1:27pm Rich Corinthian Leather:

@Jeremy: I found a split cassette with Morgan/John White called Play Loud/Play Quiet and it's got some Hybrid Kidz doing Christmas songs on one side.
  Tue. 1/1/13 1:28pm Ike:

Great set, Tony!
  Tue. 1/1/13 1:29pm Philo Gristle:

Happy New Year, Doug!

I forget if the current day Mongols also have the occipital bun like many Finns do (myself included).
  Tue. 1/1/13 1:30pm Rich Corinthian Leather:

i think that Morgan became a Sanyasin, a follower of Osho, who was once known as Bagwan Shri Rashneesh. They had a commune/compound not too far from Portland OR, would come to town to bring homeless people to the commune, wear red, etc...
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 1:31pm tonyc:

Greetings, Doug! Thanks, Ike!
  Tue. 1/1/13 1:31pm jeremy:

RCL: That's some xmas music i would like to hear!
  Tue. 1/1/13 1:31pm Philo Gristle:

Really enjoy all the Italian cuts today, Tony. Being a fan of Italian cinema in all its forms I've relegated my appreciation to mostly soundtrack work.
  Tue. 1/1/13 1:32pm Rich Corinthian Leather:

Not sure, but it's possible that Morgan might've lived there. Seems like I read something about it. My cousin was also a 'Rajneesh'. He had some pretty interesting stories about it. The commune imploded, not without much legal and political intrigue. People who lived here at the time know all about it.
  Tue. 1/1/13 1:32pm Sir Lancelot Pratt:

Happy New Year Tony and everyone,
  Tue. 1/1/13 1:33pm Rich Corinthian Leather:

This sounds like Throbbing Cannelloni.
  Tue. 1/1/13 1:33pm Philo Gristle:

"Raj Neesh" remains my favorite Inner City Unit song.
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 1:34pm tonyc:

Greetings, Sir Lancelot!
  Tue. 1/1/13 1:34pm jeremy:

This echosquelch bath is just what the witch doctor ordered...
  Tue. 1/1/13 1:36pm Rich Corinthian Leather:

I think Osho is also a song by Future Sound of London/Amorphous Androgynous.
Osho still has a lot of followers, despite the controversy of Rajneesh Purim and the fact that he's dead.
  Tue. 1/1/13 1:37pm Rich Corinthian Leather:

I found a Bagwan Shri Rajneesh album at Mississippi Records that was minted about the time that the cult was happening in OR and I totally failed to buy it. I think it's worth a lot now.
  Tue. 1/1/13 1:37pm HoNeY Water:

@jeremy: I like that, "echosquelch bath"!
  Tue. 1/1/13 1:37pm Sir Lancelot Pratt:

hoping for another year of psychedelic brain damaging epics, humunculus bearded eccentricity, and stoned immaculately conceived weirdosity!
  Tue. 1/1/13 1:39pm Sir Lancelot Pratt:

this Dedalus track reminds me Lonnie Liston Smith's 70s records with a splash of Herbie Hancock mixed in!
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 1:43pm tonyc:

@ Rich: Who was that Portland cult leader who murdered a follower in the '70s or '80s? I see his record around.
  Tue. 1/1/13 1:46pm HoNeY Water:

Heh! This fits Pratt's description of "humunculus bearded eccentricity, and stoned immaculately conceived weirdosity." I'll have what he's having.
  Tue. 1/1/13 1:48pm HoNeY Water:

Pembroke! Philo turned me onto Jim and Wigwam.
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 1:48pm tonyc:

Yep! Jim Pembroke, pre-Wigwam.
  Tue. 1/1/13 1:48pm Philo Gristle:

The amount of great pop songs Jim Pembroke penned always makes me a bit sad he received no recognition outside Finland.
  Tue. 1/1/13 1:54pm Sir Lancelot Pratt:

I thought Esoteric did a very good job of reissuing Wigwam's early albums a few years ago!
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 1:57pm tonyc:

I picked up Finnish reissues of a a bunch of Wigwam albums when I was in Helsinki -- I believe they have more (or at least difeferent) bonus tracks.
  Tue. 1/1/13 1:57pm jeremy:

Wimple Winch! fantastic band.
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 1:58pm tonyc:

And what a name...
  Tue. 1/1/13 1:58pm Rich Corinthian Leather:

Tonyc: Not sure! I should know, it being morbid and all, but I can't think of who that could be. The Rajneeshes were implicated in a plot to poison the population of Antelope OR, in order to affect the outcome of a local election. It is considered the first act of domestic terrorism or something like that.
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:00pm Philo Gristle:

I used to dislike Finnish music (easy to do in Finland) until I heard the oddball combo of "Dance of the Anthropoids/Frederick & Bill" from Tombstone Valentine on radio while I was in the army... it's still the least-liked early album by the band, but it remains my personal favorite.
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:00pm Sir Lancelot Pratt:

their track Atmospheres is one of my favourite psychedelic classics on the Rubble comps!
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:00pm jeremy:

Wimple Winch is truly one of the best names, much better than their first name, Just Four Men.
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 2:02pm tonyc:

@ Philo: "Tombstone Valentine" is my fave Wigwam as well!
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:02pm Sir Lancelot Pratt:

Wimple Winch - that other 60s band from Liverpool!
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:03pm Sir Lancelot Pratt:

LA 1919 - got to be Robert Wyatt on vocals?
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:04pm Philo Gristle:

@Tony Glad to hear it. It always gets disparaging comments from Wiggy fans due to the loud guitar in the mix... but that was what dragged me over the fence. Much more dynamic than some of the later efforts...
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 2:05pm tonyc:

@ Sir Lancelot: It does sound like Wyatt! (Don't think it is, though.)
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:06pm HoNeY Water:

Ooooh, I like this very much.
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:08pm Sir Lancelot Pratt:

he has added his unique vocals to the odd album or two over the past few years.
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:09pm Philo Gristle:

Frank Herbert of David Lynch fans? I'm sure not Alan Smithee fans.
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 2:11pm tonyc:

They're not actually big Frank Herbert fans -- they just liked the name.
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 2:13pm tonyc:

@ Sir Lancelot: yes, including some Italian things. He's big there -- they call him Roberto Viatti, or something like that.
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:13pm Sir Lancelot Pratt:

not sure whether Dune or Inland Empire is David Lynch's worst film?
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:16pm Philo Gristle:

Being a fan, I'm ashamed to say I've not seen "Inland Empire." I do like Dune, though, but Eraserhead and Straight Story remain my favorites.
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:16pm Doug S.:

Keep trying to listen via iPhone, but the mountains of western Maryland keep getting in the darn way.
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:19pm jeremy:

Saw a midnight screening of Inland Empire when it came out, it was torturous but artful so and made a big impression on me ultimately. Kind of like a point of view impression of insanity.
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:21pm Philo Gristle:

Oh, I forgot. I fell asleep in Cannes watching Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me when it was screened in competition. I might like it better today, but haven't dared go back.
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 2:21pm tonyc:

@ Doug: How pushy of those mountains!
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:25pm Ike:

Inland Empire is definitely Lynch's worst IMHO. The digital filming is very ugly. At least Dune has gorgeous, haunting visuals.

@Doug: I-68?
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:26pm Doug S.:

Thank you so much for doing your show today, Tony (unlike the rest of the slacking Tuesday GTDR crew).
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:26pm Philo Gristle:

Bad Vugum came out with some great oddball bands in the early 90s.
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 2:27pm tonyc:

What was that Keuhkot track about (if you were following along, that is)?
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:27pm jeremy:

Keuhkot is kewl!
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 2:27pm tonyc:

@ Doug: I did my slacking on Christmas Day.
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:29pm Philo Gristle:

I'm not sure there was any sense to it. Odd vocalizations, occasionally recognizable words. He usually has either a phrase or two that he follows to extremes. The title of it was "thought." The album is called "I feel pity for Bilharzialoista" (who or whatever that is -- not Finnish).
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:33pm Philo Gristle:

A lot of the freak folk scene as well as (one man) bands like Keuhkot (lungs) avoid being intelligible to Finns, too. Which is fine, since the soundscape is often accessible.
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:39pm listener james from westwood:

dune is a glorious, baroque mess.
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:40pm HoNeY Water:

Another Italian track I'm finding most mollusk.
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 2:41pm tonyc:

RE "Dune": Lynch disowned it, didn't he? On the grounds that there was a lot of outside interference?
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:43pm Philo Gristle:

@Tony yes. THough a few years back it seemed for a moment like he was going to be allowed to remix the film from all the footage shot. For whatever reason it didn't happen.
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:44pm Rich Corinthian Leather:

@tonyc: he disowned the lengthened, TV version of Dune but not the theatrical version.
The TV version has stupid narration in it.
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:45pm Rich Corinthian Leather:

Maybe I'm wrong, though. I do know the TV version is credited to Alan Smithee.
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:47pm Philo Gristle:

@Rich I think you're right, at least technically. He wasn't happy with the theatrical cut, but didn't exactly disown it. He doesn't speak of the film in interviews.
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:48pm Philo Gristle:

I wish Jodorowsky had made the film with Giger and Moebius. That would have been something to see....
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:52pm Rich Corinthian Leather:

I like how the aborted Jodorowsky film begat Alien.
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:52pm Danko:

Fantastic last set (before the very last song), enjoyed every track, thanks Tony.
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 2:53pm tonyc:

Thanks, Danko!
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:53pm Sir Lancelot Pratt:

Yes Philo - Ridley Scott would have made a great job of it - sort of mix between Blade Runner and Alien.
Just like the studio destroyed Michael Mann's The Keep and John Boorman's 3 hour epic Excorcist 2, so they destroyed Dune!
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:54pm listener james from westwood:

the mega-tv version sounds like it was narrated by someone roused with great difficulty from sleep. there's like three straight minutes of background info delivered over what look like scenes and characters from dune rendered by a police sketch artist.
when i saw the film in theaters, they were handing out glossary sheets for the terminology.
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:55pm HoNeY Water:

Tony, I think you do a most admirable job at pronouncing all the many languages you encounter.

Arrivederci, all!
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:56pm listener james from westwood:

dug the show, tony! may you keep the spice flowing through 2013 and beyond.
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:57pm jeremy:

Zapp! Into the future! A wonderful first show of 2013, Tony!
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:57pm Rich Corinthian Leather:

Thanks again for a wonderful show, Tony! I always enjoying hearing totally new-to-my-ears music from you every week.
Happy 2013 everybody!
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:57pm HoNeY Water:

Spice? Just don't eat the worm!
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:57pm Philo Gristle:

Back when Ridley still made good movies! Though I think he never surpassed Duellists. But I would have preferred Jodo to actually direct it, too. He was at the top of his game then, and turned his concept into Incal with Moebius, which remains one of the great graphic novels.

Anyways, great show, Tony, glad to be able to listen live for once.
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:58pm Sir Lancelot Pratt:

Philo/Rich,
ever seen Boorman's Zardoz or Zulawski's Na srebrnym globie (which is now on You Tube), both sort of Dune influenced!
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 2:58pm tonyc:

Thanks HoNey Water, James, & Jeremy! And thanks, everybody, for listening! See you all next week. Sayonara!
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 2:59pm tonyc:

Thanks, Rich!
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:59pm HoNeY Water:

Zardoz, yes, when it originally came out. Connery in little clothing -- loved it!
  Tue. 1/1/13 2:59pm Philo Gristle:

I saw Silver Globe on tv while in FInland, no subtitles and in Polish, and it was STILL mesmerizing. I started taping it halfway through, never seen it all the way.
Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 3:00pm tonyc:

Toodleloo for realz! Thanks for showing up....
  Tue. 1/1/13 3:01pm Rich Corinthian Leather:

yes, I only just relatively recently saw Zardoz. It's great! I loved 70s sci-fi. I haven't seen the Zulawski film, though
  Tue. 1/1/13 3:01pm Philo Gristle:

Wrote about Incal here at some length: http://bit.ly/r4z5CB
  Tue. 1/1/13 3:01pm Philo Gristle:

Thanks Tony and everyone!
  Tue. 1/1/13 3:02pm Rich Corinthian Leather:

Zulawski's Possession is one of my all time faves
  Tue. 1/1/13 3:02pm Sir Lancelot Pratt:

thanks Tony for a great non-corporate rock show.
No U2, Madonna, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, etc.
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