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Options August 5, 2013: Great Owsley's ghost!

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments
Roscoe Mitchell  Tatas-Matoes   Options Congliptious  Nessa  1968   
 
Music behind DJ:
Sun Ra 
The Perfect Man   Options The Singles  Evidence  1974/1996   
Camel Heads  Meteors   Options Anoluz  Captcha Records  2012  http://camelheads.bandcamp.com/album/anoluz 
Amon Düül II  Eye Shaking King   Options Yeti  Liberty  1970   
Mahavishnu Orchestra  Awakening   Options The Inner Mounting Flame  CBS  1972   
Morgan Delt  Galactic Grids   Options Psychic Death Hole  Inflatable Tapes  2012  http://morgandelt.bandcamp.com/album/psychic-death-hole 
 
Music behind DJ:
Courtly Illusion Limited 
untitled   Options Courtly Illusion Limited  Coyote Image  2013  http://coyoteimage.bandcamp.com/album/courtly-illusion-limited 
Ofo The Black Company  Allah Wakbarr   Options World Psychedelic Classics 3: Love's A Real Thing  Luaka Bop  2005  comp. 
Honny & The Bees Band  Psychedelic Woman   Options Ghana Soundz: Afro-Beat, Funk and Fusion in '70s Ghana  Soundway  2002  comp. 
Gruppo di Improvisazione Nuova Consonanza  Quasars   Options The Feed-Back  RCA Italiana  1970   
Charanjit Singh  Raga Bhairav   Options Synthesizing: Ten Ragas to a Disco Beat  The Gramophone Company Of India Ltd.  1983   
Acid Mothers Temple & the Melting Paraiso U.F.O.  Tabata Mitsuru   Options Son of a Bitches Brew  Important  2012   
Sun Ra  Yucatan [Impulse! version]   Options Atlantis  Impulse!  1973   
Angus MacLise  Haight Riot Mime   Options Brain Damage in Oklahoma City  Quakebasket/Siltbreeze  2000  rec. 67-70, somewhere in there 
 
Music behind DJ:
Chris Schlarb 
Daughters of Ursa Major   Options Psychic Temple  Sounds Are Active  2011   
Gilberto Gil  2001   Options Gilberto Gil  Philips  1969   
Caetano Veloso  Lost in the Paradise   Options Caetano Veloso  Philips  1969   
Rita Lee  Vamos Tratar da Saude   Options Hoje É O Primeiro Dia Do Resto Da Sua Vida  Polydor  1972   
Gal Costa  Vou Recomeçar   Options Gal Costa  Phillips  1969   
Los Mirlos  El Milagro Verde   Options The Roots of Chica: Psychedelic Cumbias from Peru  Barbès  2007   
Lula Côrtes e Zé Ramalho  Omm   Options Paêbirú  Solar  1975   
Kevin Ayers  Oleh Oleh Bandu Bandong   Options Joy of a Toy  Harvest  1969   
Alice Coltrane  Going Home   Options Lord of Lords  Impulse!  1972   
 
Music behind DJ:
Herbie Mann 
Flying   Options Stone Flute  Embryo  1970   
Bran  Y Gwylwyr   Options Welsh Rare Beat       
Broadcast  In Here the World Begins   Options Mother Is the Milky Way  Warp  2009   
Pink Floyd  Arnold Layne   Options Relics  Starline  1971  (comp.) single, 1967 
The Soft Boys  You'll Have to Go Sideways   Options Underwater Moonlight  Armageddon  1980   
S.O.S.  The Mountain Road   Options Looking for the Next One  Cuneiform  2013  rec. 1975 - http://cuneiformrecords.bandcamp.com/album/looking-for-the-next-one 
The Beatles  You Know My Name (Look Up The Number)   Options Past Masters Vol. 2  Apple     
The Monkees  Porpoise Song   Options Porpoise Song b/w As We Go Along  Colgems  1968   
Ennio Morricone  Spiriti   Options Crime and Dissonance  Ipecac  2005  comp. 
Bley-Peacock Synthesizer Show  Mr. Joy   Options Revenge: The Bigger the Love, the Greater the Hate  Polydor  1971   
Small Faces  Here Comes the Nice   Options There Are But Four Small Faces  Immediate  1967   
 
Music behind DJ:
Camper Van Beethoven 
Interstellar Overdrive   Options Camper Van Beethoven  Pitch-a-Tent  1986   
Joe Henderson feat. Alice Coltrane  Fire   Options The Elements  Milestone  1974   
Pharoah Sanders  Spiritual Blessing   Options Elevation  Impulse!  1974   
Jon Hassell  Dream Theory   Options Dream Theory in Malaya - Fourth World Vol 2  Editions EG  1981   
Yatha Sidra  Part 4   Options A Meditation Mass  Brain  1974   
 
Music behind DJ:
Dudu Pukwana & Spear 
Flute Music   Options Flute Music  Caroline  1975   


Listener comments!

Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 11:51am Uncle Michael:

Can't wait to hear what a D:O tribute to Bear will sound like.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 11:59am Jeff Golick:

Less Dead than you might think, UM (i.e., none).
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:00pm Uncle Michael:

"None" is exactly what I expected.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:00pm listener james from westwood:

that's one of your trippier GIFs there!
good monday, jeff & jeff and all on the stream!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:01pm Gary:

Happy Monday
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:01pm Doug Schulkind:

D:O Radio, the trippier picker-upper!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:01pm duke:

D:O I'm dropping in to drop out
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:02pm Uncle Michael:

Though, some of the David Murray stuff wouldn't have surprised me.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:02pm Jeff Golick:

Well, then, we're right on track, UM!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:02pm fred:

Good afternoon Jeffs and not-Jeffs
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:02pm Brian in UK:

Hello folks, how many dimensions are you planning to take us to today?
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:02pm Jeff Golick:

Hiya hiya hiya, LJfW, Gary, duke, UM, & Doooooooooug!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:04pm northguineahills:

Gonna take an early lunch, see you in a bit!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:07pm Jeff Golick:

What is shaking,fred! Welcome, Brian -- the Fifth Dimension, at least.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:08pm Jeff Golick:

@northguineahills: Save some for the rest of us!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:11pm Shaun:

WHOA, Jeff with the gif!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:11pm Jeff Golick:

Not gonna lie: this is gonna be a weird one -- atypical D:O show.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:12pm Jeff Golick:

Hey, Shaun! If that gif gets to be too much, just let us know. Or, for some relief, you can stare at Bernie Carbo, below.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:12pm Shaun:

*Sets controls for the heart of the sump*
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:14pm Shaun:

"It was after three days and nights of continuously staring at a gif that I made my great breakthrough..."
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:14pm Brian in UK:

@Shaun planning on getting well oiled?
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:15pm Gary:

Loving the Amon Düül II
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:15pm listener james from westwood:

"weird" and "atypical" ought to be on the top line of my résumé.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:16pm Jeff Golick:

@LJfW: you seem the very picture of "when the going gets weird..."
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:16pm fred:

I don't mind weird. So it's Destination:Far Out today?
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:17pm listener james from westwood:

speaking of weird, atypical things, vocals category: we've lost a tuvan throat singer. nyti.ms...
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:17pm Jeff Golick:

@fred: ezzactly.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:18pm Jeff Golick:

@LJfW: saw that sad news -- quite a nice big NYT obit, though, considering.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:18pm hyde:

woooo, it's d:o with more baseball talk. Jeff, were you really at that same Fenway Sox-Brewers game as I where the Boomer won it with a slam? It was the first game of a doubleheader, May 1977.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:19pm listener james from westwood:

"... the weird and atypical turn pro."
heh, indeed; my halloween costume from 2008. went to the party with a press pass & an honest-to-god portable manual typewriter and wrote dispatches about the upcoming election.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:19pm listener james from westwood:

it's also a margalit fox obit, which makes for extra-fine memorializing.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:19pm Shaun:

@Brian Sorry, I filtered you out for a bit there.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:20pm MATCHING MOLE:

Hi Jeff,
Has the great chemist now gone to the sky?
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:21pm Uncle Michael:

@Mole: in 2011
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:22pm hyde:

Mahavishnu is one of those bands I LOVED in high school, went cold on for many many years but is now starting to sound pretty darn good again.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:22pm Doug Schulkind:

@Listener James from Westwood
Do you remember when Robert McG. Thomas was the NYT's lead obit writer? He was brilliant. Then he, um, died.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:23pm Brian in UK:

@james ah Richard Feynman.

@Shaun Feeling pissed 'n shattered myself.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:23pm MATCHING MOLE:

so you have just randomly chosen Stanley as today's theme?
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:24pm Brian in UK:

In a random universe etc.............
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:24pm Jeff Golick:

@MM: not so much today's theme, as perhaps guiding light? Or touchstone? Or, uh, t(r)ip off?
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:24pm Jeff Golick:

@Doug: I own a copy of 52 McGs. A book that simply collects 52 of his obits. Endlessly fascinating.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:27pm Jeff Golick:

So the DJ on the regular FMU stream now is working on a book "provisionally titled Heads: A Biography of Psychedelic America about the Deadhead continuum and very far beyond." So I...uh...yeah.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:27pm MATCHING MOLE:

will you be tripped out the whole show or will the psychedelics be waering off soon?
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:28pm Jeff Golick:

@MM: It's going to be pretty trippy all the way through.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:28pm Jeff Golick:

(...to varying degrees.)
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:29pm Doug Schulkind:

@Jeff
My wife referenced Robert McG in her valedictory speech at law school graduation. David Dinkins, who spoke after her as the school's honorary graduate nodded to Jessie and said something like, "I'm just glad you haven't read about me yet."
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:34pm Shaun:

Does GTDS always showi on the WFMU front page now without clicking 'show all channels'?
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:34pm Uncle Michael:

I have often wondered how many of us have "skeletons" in our closets.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:34pm listener james from westwood:

@Doug: i will have to look for his name in the compilations of the obits I recently noticed are available; thanks!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:35pm Uncle Michael:

back shortly...hopefully
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:35pm fred:

@Shaun: only when there's a live show in progress
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:38pm Shaun:

@fred Ah, cheers. I thought it'd gone mainstream, there and was getting ready to prefer its earlier stuff.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:39pm Jeff Golick:

Hope so, too, @UM!

@Doug: Your wife's coolness knows no bounds.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:39pm Doug Schulkind:

@Shaun
Fred is correct. When a program is airing on the Drummer Stream, it appears automagically on the home page. If the stream is just playing its 24-hour queue of semi-random tracks, you have to click on "Show all channels" to reveal the NOW PLAYING info.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:44pm MATCHING MOLE:

Great stuff Jeff.
Won't need to listen to Tony Caulter's show this week to get my weekly musical high, you have done it!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:48pm Doug Schulkind:

GIVE THE DRUMMER RADIO PROGRAMMING ALERT...
Speaking of Tony Coulter, his show tomorrow is another "Tape Hiss." The unheard/underappreciated bands featured on the program will be Walls of Genius, The Sweet Pups, Pappy Gunn, and The Rowboats. Tune in tomorrow at Noon here on Give the Drummer Radio. And don't forget, Tape Hiss shows are not archived, so you have to catch them LIVE!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:48pm Jeff Golick:

@MM: Oh, delighted to hear it! Thought we might have lost you there...
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:49pm Shaun:

@Doug All hail Kenzo's llive playlists.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:50pm Shaun:

That's Welsh for live playlists.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:50pm MATCHING MOLE:

talking about psychedelic jazz - Once heard Joe Henderson's Elements album from the early 70s that I believe had Alice Coltrane on it.
Are the other Joe Henderson albums from that period as Psychedelic?
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:50pm Doug Schulkind:

It's allive! It's allive!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:50pm Jeff Golick:

@Shaun: Funny you should mention it. Wales is one of our global stops.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:51pm Jeff Golick:

@MM: ...as is THE ELEMENTS!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:51pm fred:

Kenzo's playlists are great, yet his show is even better. Mind-blowing stuff there
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:52pm Doug Schulkind:

@Matching Mole
Henderson's "The Elements" indeed does have Alice C. on it. I use a track from that record ("Water") as a music bed every so often.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:52pm listener james from westwood:

i woke up thinking of "tape hiss" this morning, in fact. i think the program grid has burned itself into my hypothalamus.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:53pm MATCHING MOLE:

Personnel[edit]
Joe Henderson - tenor sax, flute, alto flute
Alice Coltrane - piano, harp, Tambura, harmonium
Charlie Haden - bass
Leon "Ndugu" Chancler - drums (1, 4)
Kenneth Nash - narrator (4), flute (3), congas, North African Sakara Drum, bells, gong, percussion
Baba Duru Oshun - percussion, Tabla
Michael White - violin
on The Elements
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:56pm Shaun:

Acid Mothers do an acoustic set(!) at the Cafe Oto later this year. Sorely tempted.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:57pm Jeff Golick:

@Shaun: !!!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:59pm listener james from westwood:

terrific first hour!!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 12:59pm hyde:

@Shaun whoa
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 1:01pm Jeff Golick:

Thanks, listener James!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 1:01pm Doug Schulkind:

I once took a master class with percussionist Kenneth Nash. He was terrific, but the only thing I remember is one of the other students calling him Kenny and Nash correcting him: "It's Kenneth." I was cool with that.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 1:06pm hyde:

public service announcement: here's the inconstant sol link for Gruppo di Improvisazione inconstantsol.blogspot.com...
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 1:09pm Jeff Golick:

Thanks, @hyde!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 1:12pm bgporter:

Man, I have to quit missing the first hour. I'm going to have to listen again next week.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 1:14pm Brian in UK:

@Shaun do you go to Cafe Oto? Funny gig I have seen Meg Baird there as well as Mike Cooper at different times. Ofcourse Sun Ra's boys have played there too.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 1:23pm fred:

Cumbia!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 1:27pm Doug Schulkind:

@Jeff Golick
I guess GTDR is going to start its Radio Show drug testing program next week. If we started today, we'd break the equipment.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 1:27pm duke:

enjoying the show, but I gotta go.
Really enjoyed the D:O premium that arrived in the mail this weekend.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 1:27pm MATCHING MOLE:

bgporter:
like the Ornette cover you are using - Dancing in your Head - has something to do with the Joujouka Master musicians that Brian Jones made an album with?
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 1:28pm fred:

@Jeff: I recommend this Argentinean band (based in france), Radikal Satan: radikalsatan.org
There are sometimes cumbia elements, bits of tango, and a tasty stew of other things. Their records are downloadable for free on their site. They're at their best live
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 1:28pm Jeff Golick:

@duke: that's great! Glad you (finally!) got it. Catch you on the flip.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 1:29pm Stanley:

Hi Jeff, finally made it home. Nice psychedelic vibe going on.
Brian - Cafe Oto looks great. If I was there I would definitely try to catch Peter Brötzmann this weekend. His stuff sends me.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 1:29pm northguineahills:

doooode!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 1:29pm Jeff Golick:

@fred: sounds amazing; will def check it out. Thanks for the link!
  Mon. 8/5/13 1:32pm Marc:

Great stuff!! I'm loving the Lula Cortes!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 1:32pm MATCHING MOLE:

Jeff - do you view Ornette's seventies band Science Fiction as his attempt at psychedelic rock like Bitches Brew? or something else completely?
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 1:32pm Jeff Golick:

@Stanley: was it a long, strange trip? (Sorry.)

@ngh: dude.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 1:33pm Jeff Golick:

@MM: I tend to view everything Ornette does as "something else completely." He's onto his own thing, and has been from pretty much the beginning. Just one person's opinion, of course!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 1:33pm Jeff Golick:

@Marc: sweet; thanks for chiming in!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 1:34pm MATCHING MOLE:

Jeff will you be playing anything from the grateful dead's jazz funk album - Blues for Allah?
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 1:34pm Stanley:

@Jeff - so far the whole thing has been a long strange trip, if I think about it.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 1:35pm Jeff Golick:

@MM: that'd be a no.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 1:35pm northguineahills:

Never heard this Kevin Ayers.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 1:38pm MATCHING MOLE:

Jeff - same as Santana track that opened Lotus?
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 1:38pm fred:

@Jeff: totally agree with that assessment: "Ornette" = "something else completely". I saw him four years ago at a festival and he stayed a long long time on the edge of the stage signing stuff and chatting. One of a kind
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 1:41pm MATCHING MOLE:

suppose you would say the same thing about his Dancing in your head album.
It was sold to me in the early 90s as Ornette's jazz funk psychedelic album. But on listening to it I found the rather repetetive groove had little to do with either label.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 1:44pm northguineahills:

Alice after Ayers, deep!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 1:49pm northguineahills:

Made some yummy veggie curry pies this weekend. Lunch, round II!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 1:49pm hyde:

the Alice Coltrane thing I always go back to is Universal Consciousness. I have listened to that CD endlessly.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 1:50pm listener james from westwood:

those pies sound delightful. i need to figure out how to make curries in bulk for quick thawing and dinner over rice.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 1:52pm Shaun:

Aaaand the ac power has come back. Sorry @Brian never been to the Oto. Too much good stuff's midweek' like the Bill Orcutt + Mike Cooper :(
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 1:52pm Jeff Golick:

@hyde: No doubt that's a wonderful Alice record. Around that time she could do no wrong in our eyes/ears.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 1:53pm Shaun:

Ee gwil-oo-ear?
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 1:53pm northguineahills:

Made 3 large 12" pies. Used my own jalapenos for the heat along w/ other spices. Red & white potatoes, sweet potatoes, and pureed butternut squash. Oh, and leeks and onions, garlic, etc.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 1:56pm Jeff Golick:

@Shaun: works for us! Ta.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 1:57pm Shaun:

'Welsh Rare Beat' is bad enough to be one of mine.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:02pm fred:

This set makes a lot of sense. Either it's a gem of DJ-craft or I'm having an acid flashback. I never dropped acid, so it must be the former
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:02pm Brian in UK:

@Stanley if I were in Edinburgh I would thoroughly recommend a visit here. The Man Ray & Peter Doig are well worth it. That is Lee Miller in the Man Ray. What a woman!!!
www.nationalgalleries.org...
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:02pm Doug Schulkind:

Jesus, this show should win a Pulitzer.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:03pm MATCHING MOLE:

Dancing in your head!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:05pm fred:

There's an Aylerish side to this S.O.S. track... high praise from me
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:07pm MATCHING MOLE:

never - Jeff playing The Beatles! shock
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:07pm bgporter:

Hoping that you have some Tom Zé queued up...
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:07pm fred:

That set tips it: I'm starring this show
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:08pm Jeff Golick:

Yeah, we did it.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:08pm Brian in UK:

Y Gwylwyl = The watchers or the holidaymakers.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:09pm fred:

I meant today's show, D:O has had a star for a while
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:11pm Brian in UK:

We had a five curry Saturday. Mutton, Jack fruit, Dry potato, Beetroot/Moong dahl & three Aubergine/green bean with rice & string hoppers. Then homemade proper cheesecake.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:13pm Jeff Golick:

Thanks, Brian. And fred!

Also: HUNGRY.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:13pm northguineahills:

Damn, sounds downdiggity, Brian!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:13pm listener james from westwood:

damn straight on the hunger count. all these curries are making me rumbly. and i just ate!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:14pm Uncle Michael:

I have no problem with the Monkees. There are some great records in their catalog. But come on, they're the Grass Roots with sitcom residuals.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:15pm KevinfromBayRidge:

Hello all GTDSers. First time I've been able to listen to D:O. Sure been missing alot, Jeff!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:15pm Stanley:

Brian - there you go again with the Sri Lankan delicacies. Thanks for the heads up on the Man Ray exhibition but I have already that in my sights. Love Lee Miller, even got a book of her portraits (reaches for dusty book off shelf)
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:16pm listener james from westwood:

howdy, kevin!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:18pm Brian in UK:

Stanley it is so sad that when she was a WW2 photographer the images of Buchenwald affected her longterm. Would it not anyone who was there. Peter Doig is a must. I saw a similar one at the Tate in London town.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:19pm Jeff Golick:

@KevinfromBayRidge: Hellooo, fellow Brooklynite!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:23pm Jeff Golick:

Love how this Bley tune has the changes of a pop love song, with Annette getting freakified over everything.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:23pm Stanley:

@Brian - thanks, I do not know Peter Doig but I will try to get to it. That and the Man Ray visit will earn me extra kudos with the missus, who is an Art Historian and thinks I'm a bit of a philistine.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:24pm northguineahills:

Saw the Sound Art preview at MOMA this weekend. Lot's of fun, I'd recommend it. Even the gf, who's not always into abstract sound, enjoyed it. (thank god she's a member via her office).
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:25pm northguineahills:

I need the Bley-Peacock Synthesizer Show album!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:25pm Uncle Michael:

I missed the bulk of what looks like a very interesting show. I will have to hit the archive.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:25pm Brian in UK:

Phyllis Stein, Lovely gurl.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:31pm Brian in UK:

I gotta get back on the bus. FURTHER.
Now there is a great writer. Oh Kesey, Sometimes a Great Notion, wonderful book.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:33pm Brian in UK:

Wake it and shake it, wag it and shag it.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:33pm hyde:

@Brian I liked Sometimes a Great Notion a lot too. I had always heard how terrible it was, but when I read it I thought it was great.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:33pm Uncle Michael:

"Furthur"
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:36pm Jeff Golick:

@ngh: Would love to see that MOMA show. Nice work being close to a member (TWSS). Has anyone in/around NYC seen the Turrell show at the Guggenheim?
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:41pm Jeff Golick:

Speaking of the bus, Tom Wolfe's KOOL-AID ACID TEST holds up.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:45pm Brian in UK:

Great show Jeffs "Side Trips"
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:46pm Jeff Golick:

Thanks, Brian! A good evening to you!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:47pm Dervish:

Unbelievably beautiful. Thank you DO.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:48pm Uncle Michael:

I can recall reading Acid Test and Hunter Thompson's Hell's Angels anf then parts of both a second time since one event, a Hell's Angels party, is recounted in both books. Needless to say, the two authors saw the event differently.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:49pm hyde:

@Jeff what isn't good is that "Magic Trip" movie that got made out of the footage that was shot on/around the bus. The footage is cool, but as a doc. it's really disappointing.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:50pm Jeff Golick:

Thanks, Dervish, and you're welcome!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:50pm listener james from westwood:

i think kesey borrowed the tapes hst made of the event when he was writing "acid." would have to read thru thompson's letters again to confirm (btw, the two published hst letter collections are quite fascinating, esp. those from his hardscrabble early years).
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:51pm Jeff Golick:

@hyde: haven't seen that. Can imagine the footage not needing so much help to be interesting. What sunk it? Talking heads?
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:51pm Uncle Michael:

I can't wait to listen to all of this show.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:51pm northguineahills:

I love this Jon Hassell!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:52pm Jeff Golick:

@UM: I would venture to say that those two individuals saw pretty much everything differently.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:53pm Jeff Golick:

@ngh: re this Hassell: "Dream theory In Malaya is titled after a paper by visionary anthropologist Kilton Stewart, who in 1935 visited a remarkable highland tribe of Malayan aborigines, the Senoi, whose happiness and well-being were linked to their morning custom of family dream-telling, where a child's fearful dream of falling was praised as a gift to learn to fly the next night and where a dream-song or dance was taught to a neighbouring tribe to create a common bond beyond differences of custom. The Semelai are another tribe not far from the Senoi but who live in the largest swamp area of Malaya, A recorded fragment of their joy-filled watersplash rhythm was re-structured and became the the generating force for the composition Malay, as well as providing a thematic guide for the entire recording."
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:53pm Uncle Michael:

Agreed. Seeing the difference, illustrated that way on the printed page, was pretty illuminating to 22-ish me.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:54pm Jeff Golick:

(via Discogs: www.discogs.com...)
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:54pm fred:

I must confess to being totally unable to relate to both Wolfe and Thompson, and the whole era generally. I guess I'm more of a punk really
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:54pm hyde:

@Jeff it's just kind of uninspiring. It doesn't really contextualize the footage well or add anything to the narrative, if you sort of know the story already. And if you don't, I can't imagine you'd learn a whole lot. It is worth seeing at least for the footage, though. Unsurprisingly, the makers said a lot of what was shot was useless due to its being out of focus etc.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:55pm northguineahills:

Sweet, Jeff. I have the LP, but never delved that far into the concept behind it.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:55pm MATCHING MOLE:

Great show Jeff - Guess from your response there were no more Joe Henderson albums as psychedelic as The Elements?
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:56pm Jeff Golick:

@MM: Not that I'm aware of!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:57pm fred:

Clap clap clap! This was a great show Jeff!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:57pm Jeff Golick:

@MM: also thanks!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:58pm Jeff Golick:

@fred: Thanks!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:59pm MATCHING MOLE:

reminds me of Popol Vuh - soundtrack music, Ash Ra Temple, and the obscure Kraurock band - Between!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:59pm hyde:

that must have been a good show, I'm having flashbacks
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:59pm listener james from westwood:

tour de force of a show, jeff and jeff. thanks for the trip!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 2:59pm Jeff Golick:

Well, it is on Brain...!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 3:00pm northguineahills:

Thanks Jeffs! This fractaliscious!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 3:00pm Uncle Michael:

Set and setting...
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 3:01pm Stanley:

Stupendous show.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 3:02pm Uncle Michael:

I recommend A Love Supreme on mushrooms. Just sayin'...
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 3:02pm MATCHING MOLE:

got the munchies!
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 3:04pm Jeff Golick:

Gratzi, @ngh; @Stanley, @MM; @UM --- see you in the sidebars of tomorrow.
Avatar Mon. 8/5/13 3:28pm Jeff Golick:

Ps. How is it that both live shows on WFMU from 12-3pm today played Gruppo di Improvisazione Nuova Consonanza? Or does that happen all the time? www.wfmu.org...
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